Diane Craig Chechik’s bold, courageous second book, "There's Nothing Like A Breast," continues from where her first, chilling book, "Journey To Justice," left off. This is revelatory insight into extraordinary emotional, physical and sexual challenges -- the result of a radical mastectomy. In candid, brutally honest terms, Diane takes the reader through every sensual and scary moment with vivid descriptions, a little self-deprecatory humor and, above all, a true fight for survival to live a "normal" life under anything-but-normal circumstances.
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About the Author
She was born and raised in Chicago, and graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Journey To Justice, her first book, details her fight of survival and justice, through a successful malpractice suit. Her second book, There's Nothing Like A Breast, focuses on the emotional and sexual effects of her subsequent reconstructive surgery.
Diane resides in Sarasota, Florida. She has two sons, Marc and Joel, and four wonderful grandchildren.