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pink tips.: breast cancer advice from someone who’s been there. Reviews

pink tips.: breast cancer advice from someone who’s been there.

New York Times Bestselling Author Lee Woodruff says, “This poignant book will help millions the way her documentary, ‘The Breast Cancer Diaries’ has.” When diagnosed with breast cancer at 38 years, young mother and journalist Ann Murray Paige didn’t have time for long books on what to do–she wanted cancer cliff notes. But there weren’t any. So she wrote them. “pink tips” is Murray Paige’s best breast cancer advice condensed into 50 top tips to help anyone diagnosed with breast cancer–and more importantly all those who want to know how they can help. Ann Partridge, MD, MPH, Dana-Farber Cancer Insitute and Harvard Medical School says, “This book is not just for patients with breast cancer, it is for anyone who has had to go through something tough in life- basically, everyone could use a few “pink tips”!” Also by Ann Murray Paige, ‘Words To Live By’. www.annmurraypaige.com

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3 Responses to pink tips.: breast cancer advice from someone who’s been there. Reviews

  • SuzieQQ says:
    4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    An up lifting read, September 27, 2011
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    This review is from: pink tips.: breast cancer advice from someone who’s been there. (Paperback)
    Ann’s words speak to anyone going through a crisis and those around them. It is inspirational and gives great advise to those diagnosed and the people supporting them. Simple, direct and solid advise.

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  • Dora Anne Mills says:
    3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
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    Excellent gift for someone recently diagnosed or their family members, October 10, 2011
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    Dora Anne Mills (Brunswick, ME United States) –
    This review is from: pink tips.: breast cancer advice from someone who’s been there. (Paperback)
    This is a concise easy-to-read yet practical and provocative guide for someone who has recently been diagnosed with a devastating diagnosis. I would recommend it for a gift to them or their family members. I also think health care providers and health profession students should read this. It’s written by an extremely articulate journalist who was diagnosed with breast cancer shortly after having her second child and while she was in her 30s. She is now living with recurrent disease but is helping to touch thousands by spreading the word about what she wished she knew when she was diagnosed. And, is short length is right. People who are shocked often cannot digest a 300 page book. I hope cancer centers and hospitals purchase this guide for their patients and their families.

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  • Wendy says:
    2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
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    Wonderful Wisdom!, November 16, 2011
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    Wendy (Westford, MA United States) –
    This review is from: pink tips.: breast cancer advice from someone who’s been there. (Paperback)
    This book is quite simply inspirational. Ann Murray Paige was diagnosed with Breast Cancer at age 37 and had the courage not only to fight, but also to share her struggle by putting into words what no other book on Breast Cancer has done. The tips Ann provides are quick quips that soothe, teach, and entertain at the same time. I especially appreciated the ideas on what a patient should focus on, and what needs to be left for another day. The book is not only for Breast Cancer patients, but also their families and friends, who can read information on how to support a loved one in her (or his) time of need. Each page contains an inspirational quote from famous figures whose words are appropriate to the content on the page. I’m very impressed with Ann’s writing – her sense of humor shines through. I highly recommend this book for anyone who is newly diagnosed with Breast Cancer, or who is still fighting the Good Fight.

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