Tuesday, October 30, 2012

'Fighting cancer taught me how to live'

See on Scoop.it - Healthcare Professionals

Albert Espinosa insists that his gruelling, 10-year battle against cancer was a happy time.
The book, which is being published for the first time in the UK, details the discoveries he made during his illness – including how to stay in touch with your inner 14-year-old, or contemplate your own death – which he believes can apply to life outside hospitals. The tone veers from humorous to just plain odd; one chapter is dedicated to the delights of “positive wanking” (proving perhaps that it is possible to be too in touch with your inner 14-year-old). A word-of-mouth sensation, it has sold more than a million copies and been published in 20 other countries.

See on guardian.co.uk

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