Afraid of needles? Try acupuncture!

Just one more sneak peek at the 100 Perks of Having Cancer book after this one, and then the book launch will be official!

For those of you who don’t know about the story behind the book, here it is:

As some of you may know, I wrote a book with another blogger by the name of Florence Strang at 100 Perks of Cancer.  Even though Flo lives on “The Rock” (Newfoundland Canada…not Alcatraz) and I live in the southeastern USA, we managed to put this 448 page book together using skype and e-mail.   We just met for the first time several weeks ago.

We began writing in April 2012, and the book is finally available on Amazon! Yay!

To celebrate, we wanted to give you even more of a sneak peek than is already out there.  We will be posting one chapter of the book for the next 10 days leading up to the launch on August 23rd in Nashville at the National Women’s Survivor’s Convention.

If you are planning to attend, please make sure you stop by our table in the vendor’s Expo or at the book signing! We’d love to meet you!

But that’s not all!

Everyone who “likes” our 100 Perks of Cancer Facebook page is eligible to win a prize every day for the next 10 days!  Don’t you just love prizes??!!

Today’s post describes in detail my visit with an acupuncturist when I was having real nausea issues with chemo.  Read on to see what happened…but not before you go to Flo’s blog and see if you won today’s give away!

Check out this adorable baby getting treatment for colic:

Health Tip # 53 for your literary pleasure….

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Thanks for reading and thanks for your support as we follow our life’s mission to help those with a cancer diagnosis!

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Categories: breast cancer, breast cancer awareness, cancer, cancer prevention, health

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7 replies

  1. I’m glad to hear that acupuncture helped you with nausea. My mom in Japan goes to get acupuncture and she always feels much better after a treatment. It’s so amazing that you and your blogger friend wrote a book using skype and email!

  2. I treed it for my chronic pain & in the beginning it helpend me a bit but after 6 sessions no more,….😞

  3. I wish I’d known about acupuncture when I was enduring chemo! Your book is awesome!! A definite must-read!

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