Tea & Chemo: Fighting Cancer, Living Life by Jackie Buxton

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Product Description

When at the age of 45, Jackie was diagnosed with cancer, she did what she always does when presented with a challenge, she wrote it down. This book is based on the blog she wrote of her experience with cancer and her nine months of treatment.

Despite her diagnosis, Jackie quickly realised life was far from bad and became a "bit of an expert" on hair loss, water retention and rich tea bisuits. Tea & Chemo is full of laughter, tears, honesty and hope, and is a wonderful read for anyone who is living with cancer or has a friend or family member living with cancer. All proceeds from the book go to three fantastic charities: The Haven, Breast Cancer Now and The Robert Ogden Macmillan Centre, Harrogate. 

Key benefits

  • Personal experience makes Jackies account both fun and relatable
  • Full of anecdotes which highlight the different points of her treatment and how she got through the side effects
  • All proceeds go to charity

Why do people living with cancer recommend this product?

Why do people living with cancer recommend this product?

Exactly the sort of book I needed 17 months ago when given the devastating news of a cancer diagnosis. A candid account of how diagnosis, the treatment regime and the cancer noise takes over life. Jackie exudes positivity and determination in her outlook. An insightful read for family and friends of anyone affected by cancer, in particular to understand some of the emotional challenges and to identify some practical ways they could offer their support. Lots of humour along the way and not a scary statistic to be found!

Customer Reviews

Customer Reviews

  1. Sarah - Thursday, 30 June 2016

    Hilarious

    This book was so relatable it made me feel like she was going through it all with me