Cancer: A Message Of Hope
by Jairo Alvarez
Publisher: Smashwords 2012
Number of pages: 176
Cancer: A Message of Hope is a Pulitzer Prize Nonfiction finalist written by Jairo Alvarez. The book concentrates on the author's struggles with the 'silent killer' and his eventual 'new-life' after radical surgery. The book contains both an inspirational story as well as medical facts that have the potential to better inform those dealing with prostate cancer.
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