Ovarian Cancer? You can NOT be serious! by MSW Janice M. Coggins

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THIS IS THE NOW. I am still here. Call me blessed. Call me determined. And yes, call me very grateful. Now call me a writer—because I need to share my story.
I have been diagnosed with the fifth most common cancer killer of women: ovarian cancer. I have broken through to a brighter time. My mission now is to increase the likelihood that many more stricken-women, may also live beyond the onset, diagnosis, and treatment of ovarian cancer.
This book begins with my story of being here as a survivor. I love to meet other survivors because they are like instant family. I often hug them simply because we have walked the same path.
For me, having cancer is real, and I embrace it as being part of who I am now. Just as I believe that each time Moses spoke of God, and Paul spoke of Jesus, it deepened their relationships with God. So it is with me. Telling my story often helps keep me in touch with my true self and with my God. Cancer may be part of me, but I am more than just cancer. And I refuse to give it more power than it is due.

About MSW Janice M. Coggins

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Janice Coggins is a cancer survivor, educator, spiritual leader and speaker. She has taught human development and health care administration at the undergraduate and graduate school levels. She received her bachelor of science degree from Delta State University in Cleveland, MS and her Master of Social Work from the University of Southern Mississippi in Hattiesburg, MS. Janice is a certified spiritual director and an ordained minister. She is a passionate activist for ovarian cancer awareness and treatment, serving on two boards. She presently is creating the Teal it Up Foundation, a nonprofit charity that sponsors golf tournaments to raise money for ovarian cancer research. She resides in Arizona and Colorado.A portion of the proceeds of this book will go to support ovarian cancer research.www.ovariancancerjourney.com
Published February 25, 2013 by AuthorHouse.
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Self Help, Professional & Technical. Non-fiction

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