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Book details
  • Genre:HUMOR
  • SubGenre:General
  • Language:English
  • Pages:132
  • eBook ISBN:9780989571517

When Good Boobs Turn Bad A Mammoir

A Mammoir

by Jill Foer Hirsch

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Overview
Is breast cancer a laughing matter? Jill Foer Hirsch tells us that while it might not be true for everyone, she couldn't help but laugh at the unexpected, bizarre and downright hilarious experiences she had while working her way through a mastectomy, chemotherapy and reconstruction surgery. Well, there was the breast implant that mysteriously migrated to her armpit, her inspired breast cancer haikus and advice on how to properly accessorize a hospital gown, to name a few. In her witty, inimitable style, Hirsch shares the good, the bad, the ugly and the funny about her journey.
Description
Is breast cancer a laughing matter? Jill Foer Hirsch tells us that while it might not be true for everyone, she couldn't help but laugh at the unexpected, bizarre and downright hilarious experiences she had while working her way through a mastectomy, chemotherapy and reconstruction surgery. What's so funny about breast cancer? Well, there was the breast implant that mysteriously migrated to her armpit, her inspired breast cancer haikus and advice on how to properly accessorize a hospital gown, to name a few. In her witty, inimitable style, Hirsch shares the good, the bad, the ugly and the funny about her journey.
About the author
Jill Foer Hirsch is a breast cancer survivor, writer, and humorist. While battling breast cancer in 2010, she documented her experience in an online journal. Originally intended for family and friends, her readership grew and Jill heard from cancer survivors, patients, and those whose lives had been touched by cancer that they found her unique sense of humor and positive outlook inspirational. Hoping to encourage and support a wider audience, Jill adapted the journal into this book. Jill resides in the Washington, D.C., area with her husband Dan and their four spoiled cats.
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