Author Amanda Pipella’s story is testament to the fact that mammograms save lives.
At age 51, the Mornington Peninsula mother of two knew something wasn’t right and booked herself in for an overdue mammogram.
With no family history of breast cancer, she was acting on instinct and to silence the voice inside her head and heart.
This gentle prompting saved Amanda’s life.
After the dreaded words “we have found cancer”, begins Amanda’s journey through
hope and despair, chemotherapy, surgery
and radiation, the Mornington Peninsula and, finally Paris.
Through her novel ‘From Cancer to CanCan’, Amanda takes the reader deep into the physical, emotional, and spiritual life of one who is forced into the world of cancer.
You will laugh and cry with her as you learn what really happens behind the scenes as Amanda navigates her way through so many foreign and unnatural experiences to become a breast cancer survivor.
Amanda’s book will encourage, inspire and educate.
You will love standing at the top of the Eiffel Tower with her waving over Paris, going to her final destination of Moulin Rouge and reading about the impact that the ‘Cancan’ really had on her and her husband.
From Cancer to CanCan has been forwarded by Tim Costello, chief executive of World Vision Australia and Suzie Botross, speaker, author and learning and development expert.
Amanda’s story is raw and real, and once you pick it up you will not be able to put it down.
To purchase a copy, see stockists on advertisement this page, at bookstores nationally or online for $20.