Sometimes, when that "other shoe" finally drops, it drops hard.
Ann couldn't believe her luck. After years of living with the debilitating effects of multiple sclerosis, she was making the most of her miraculous remission; although a part of her was always on the alert, waiting for the proverbial other shoe to drop. It wasn't long before an accidental discovery of a lump led to her life-threatening diagnosis - triple-negative breast cancer.
From a deeply personal perspective and told in riveting detail, "Catch That Look" explores the relationships between doctors and their patients, as well as between patients and their loved ones. With each new page, it becomes crystal clear that just as a picture is worth a thousand words, sometimes, when you catch it, a look speaks volumes.
From the author of "No More Secs! Living, Laughing & Loving Despite Multiple Sclerosis," this follow-up memoir is one that Ann never thought she would have to write. It offers the reader passionate insight into the emotional and physical turmoil of learning you have a second life-altering disease - and what it means to be a true survivor.
For Ann and her husband, Jim, the diagnosis would test their "living, laughing, and loving despite" mindset. Would they pass this test?
With foreword by Diane Radford, MD, FACS, FRCSEd, surgical oncologist and breast surgeon at Mercy Clinic St. Louis Cancer & Breast Institute.
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About the Author
Ann and her husband, Jim, are partners in WebCamp One, LLC, a full-service website development and content creation company. Their philosophy is a simple one: Give back when you can and LIVE while you're here.