qSITREP: E-mails from the Front Lines of the Cancer Warq chronicles Larry Warrenfeltzas battle against a rare and nasty bugger called Merkle Cell Carcinoma. Waking up from cancer surgery on the morning of 9/11, the author begins his unplanned private war just as the world is forced into a new war on terrorism. In his six-month battle through multiple surgeries, chemotherapy, and a multitude of tests, Warrenfeltz sees many parallels between the two wars. In a series of 23 asituation reportsa he shares his thoughts and medical progress with friends around the world.During the cancer journey Warrenfeltz discovers an unexpected joy in his new life as one of aThe Lucky Ones.a In his casual, clear, and amusing writing, he shares the secrets he found. Now everyone can enjoy life as much as he doesawithout going through the hell he went through to get there.My favorite thing out of everything in the mailbag was the stuffed toy kangaroo. Ronette Wright is one of ... At any point in time, I am usually in the middle of two or three books and a couple of magazines. But mostly, ita#39;s because ... inspirational books. I read history, spy novels, magazines, and Harry Potter. ... as they come. If it were to answer one of his essay questions, my high school biology teacher would.
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