A Healthy Girl’s Breast Cancer Survival Guide

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New book from author Christine Egan has tips for staying positive, strong and sane during the cancer circus.

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Women need to take an active role in their cancer treatment, not just go in blindly.

Cancer does not discriminate –no matter how healthy, young or rich you are.

Christine Egan was a health nut, yoga devotee and mom on the go when she discovered a lump in her breast.

“I wanted to share my story with details about my cancer journey so others wouldn’t be so scared about what is ahead,” Egan said.

Egan, a certified health coach and self-described cancer warrior, chronicles her one-year unthinkable journey to wellness and removes the fear out of a terrifying diagnosis in “The Healthy Girl’s Guide to Breast Cancer.”

Part memoir and part practical guide, Egan details the traditional and non-traditional treatments she underwent and empowers women to take control of their treatment by becoming the CEO of their own body.

“I am about encouraging women to gather information and decide which treatment works best for them –not for their doctor,” Egan said. “Treatment decisions need to be made from a place of knowledge and empowerment, not fear. Women need to take an active role in their cancer treatment, not just go in blindly.”

“A Healthy Girl’s Guide to Breast Cancer”
By Christine Egan
Hardcover: $30.99
Paperback: $12.99
Kindle: $7.99
ISBN:
Available at http://www.amazon.com.

About the author
Christine Egan is a certified health coach and attended The New York School for Massage Therapy and The Institute for Integrative Nutrition. She lives with her husband, their three kids and Zoe the dog in Bayport, New York. Learn more about Christine’s journey at http://christine-egan.healthcoach.integrativenutrition.com/.

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