Surviving Cancer: Our Voices & Choices

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Many have already donated Surviving Cancer: Our Voices & Choices to hospitals, organizations and libraries. Corporations, small shop owners, and individuals have helped us provide books in places where readers might not otherwise have had the opportunity to read our compilation.

Surviving Cancer: Our Voices & Choices, compiled, illustrated and published by Marion Behr, is a highly acclaimed cancer book with 70 articles by doctors, oncologists, survivors and more. Reviews indicate how valuable this book is both for patients, their families’ and friends. Women and men who might otherwise have ignored early detection have become aware of the importance of discovering cancer at an early stage. Our independent publishing house is making a real difference. Others have noticed its value as well. To date we have received The New Apple Award for The Best Specialty Book, Gold medals from The Independent Publisher for the Best Health Book, and another Gold from Florida Authors & Publishers Association for Health and Fitness. Additionally, we were selected by Publishers Weekly as THE INDEPENDENT PUBLISHERS HEALTH BOOK shortly after publication. We have also received wonderful reviews from the Library Journal, Huffington Post, CancerCare, Hope Network , Cure Magazine.and noted oncologists.

B. Cox, Managing Editor, The Midwest Book Review said:

“Critique: Informed and informative, thoughtful and thought-provoking, Surviving Cancer: Our Voices & Choices is a compelling read and very highly recommended for the personal reading lists of patients, family members, and medical professionals dealing with the various issues imposed by a diagnosis of cancer. Thoroughly ‘reader friendly’ in tone, content, organization and presentation, Surviving Cancer: Our Voices & Choices is a critically important and highly recommended addition to both community and academic library Health & Medicine reference collections. It should be noted that 20% of the profits from the sale of this book are donated to a cancer charity.”

Many patients have also expressed gratitude for what has been achieved. Now we are asking for your help, either to donate one book, more if you wish, to any library, hospital or organization that provides information for the underserved. If you cannot help us in this manner, please do get us the name of any group that cannot afford this book but would benefit from sharing this information. We will, if at all possible, find a donation. Our list of places to reach has been developed over the past two years and as books reached their destinations, we added new places, often thanks to your suggestions. Many contributors have written, placed dedications or simply attached their business cards into the dedication page.

SO PLEASE, donate one or more books to a library, organization or hospital on our new list … NOW OUR FIFTH LIST THANKS TO ALL OF YOU AND OTHERS WHO CARE. If you prefer, feel free to donate to a place we do not yet know about so we can CONTINUE TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE. Please let us know where you wish to donate the book to if you have selected a group suggested on our list. If you cannot donate a book, please supply at least one suitable name that we can add to our list.

Many thanks from all of us who have contributed to SURVIVING CANCER: OUR VOICES & CHOICES.


Best wishes,

Marion Behr – WWH Press LLC


Pat Buzby – Goodreads says:

“Anyone who hears the dreaded “You have cancer” needs to read this… This book should be in the waiting room of every imaging center, oncologists and breast surgeons’ offices. I have read quite a few recently and this was one I would recommend.” Marion Behr

Surviving Cancer: Our Voices & Choices WWH Press. 268p. illus. index. ISBN 9780615856001. pap. $20.95 HEALTH  908 429 4254

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Organizations, Hospitals and Libraries that can benefit from “Just One Book”:

Loving Arms Cancer Outreach. 833 Campbell Hill Street #220 Marietta, GA 30060

National Breast Cancer Foundation Inc 2600 Network Blvd # 300 Frisco TX 75034

Institute for Cancer Care Mercy Hospital 227 St Paul Place Baltimore MD 21202

Grady Memorial Hospital 80 Jesse Hill Jr Drive SE Atlanta, GA 30303

NJCEED – Women’s Health Awareness Capital Health System-Mercer, Linda R. Johnson, Brava/NJCEED Coordinator. 446 Bellevue Ave, PO Box 8068,Trenton NJ 08650-0068-

American Cancer Society Central NJ Region Office 3076 Princeton Pike, Lawrenceville, NJ 08648

American Society of Breast Disease PO Box 140186, Dallas Texas 75214 111 Forest Ave, #112, Narbeth PA 19702

Breast Cancer Recovery Foundation, Inc. PO Box 5070, Madison, Wisconsin 53705-0070

Cancer and Careers 286 Madison Ave, 19th Floor, New York, NY 10017

CancerCare 275 Seventh Ave, New York, NY 10001 – Done

Cancervive, Inc 11636 Chayote Street, Los Angeles California 90049

FORCE: Facing Our Risk of Cancer Empowered 16057 Tampa Palms Blvd. W PMB 373, Tampa FI 33647

Living Beyond Breast Cancer 354 W. Lancaster Ave.ste. 224, Haverford, PA 019041

National Breast Cancer Coalition (NBCC) 110117th St NW Ste. BOO, Washington DC 20036

St Peter’s Univ. Hospital, 254 Easton Ave New Brunswick NJ 08901 – Done

Trinitas Health 225 Williamson St, Elizabeth, NJ 07202 – Done

Regional Cancer Care Associates LLC 25 Main Street, Suite 601 Hackensack, NJ 07601

National Breast Cancer Foundation, Inc. 2600 Network Blvd., Suite 300 Frisco, Texas 75034

Adult Day Center of Somerset County, 872 E Main st. Bridgewater, NJ

Community Health Charities 23 N. Rhoda St Monroe Township, NJ 08831

Fort Walton Beach Medical Center 1000 Mar Walt Dr, Fort Walton Beach, FL 32547

Cancer Caring Center 4117 Liberty Avenue (Bloomfield) Pittsburgh, PA 15224

Open Arms of Minnesota 2500 Bloomington Ave. Minneapolis, MN 55404



5.0 out of 5 stars

By Mary K Whitehouse on February 17, 2017

Format: Paperback

“This wonderful, award-winning book was like a lifeline when my daughter went through breast cancer treatment. How to know and accept what you are going through as a cancer patient is so thoroughly covered in this understandable guide to dealing with cancer … and is so important. The section on male breast cancer is exceptional and much needed. One of the very best books you will find on dealing with cancer.”

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