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Cancer with Joy - How to Transform Fear into Happiness and Find the Bright Side Effects by Joy Huber
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Cancer Free 123 - 123 Things That Prevent or Destroy Cancer by Julie Joyce
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Surrounded By Madness - A Memoir of Mental Illness and Family Secrets by Rachel Pruchno, Ph.D.
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High Dependency by Stuart Doyle
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My Butterfly Cancer by Markie Madden
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I am Cancer Free by Brenda Mohammed
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Let Faith Arise! by Ronnie Dauber
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Justine's Auction by Patrizia Murray
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Perhaps You Misheard My Prayer - A cancer detour on the path with God by Vicky S Kaseorg
We don't always get to choose the path we walk in life. I sure would not have chosen cancer to celebrate my 60th year, but God had other plans. Sure I trusted God to lead me...but through the valley of the shadow of death? Wasn't there a different route? I expected the despair of cancer, but what took me by surprise was the laughter and even joy in the midst of it. While I would not have minded learning these things without [...]
 
The Rescue by Carolyn Reardon Neuman
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In My Corner by Susan O'Brien Fischer
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When Angels Fly by S. Jackson
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The Dream Lived - A Memoir by Susie Sanchez
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It Takes A Fool - A Tough Lesson Learned On Bullying by Sasha Dreams
Life couldn't be sweeter for ten year old Sasha... Sasha lives the good life and is the darling of her fifth grade class. Suddenly, her father loses his job, sending Sasha and the rest of her family into a downward spiral filled with drugs, disappointment, and disaster. To cope, Sasha empowers herself by bullying her best friend whose kindness and empathy only enrage her more. Sasha's struggle with life, school, and failed [...]
 
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