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Like most cancer survivors, Fran Drescher best known for TV's The Nanny knows that cancer has changed her life, in a good way. Friendships and relationships are stronger and more meaningful, she has developed friendships she might never have had without cancer, and her compassion for others has grown tremendously.

You may think the trials and tribulations of a star's cancer experience could not possibly relate to the average Joe, but you would be wrong.

Fran's story stresses the importance of listening to your own body and being your own advocate in the health care arena. Despite eight different doctors dismissing her symptoms, Fran presses on until the ultimate diagnosis of uterine cancer by doctor 9. What follows is a very frank and occasionally humorous discussion of life, decisions, and side effects. Some might even be offended by Fran's frank discussions of sexuality and bowel issues, but those who have been there understand the importance.

These are real issues in the lives of women with gynecological cancers or any cancer for that matter. These are often issues that health care providers neglect to talk about with their patients. But for a survivor, these are real issues, faced every day. Prior to surgery, Fran turns to the Internet for information. I hope readers take from this that seeking information much earlier in the game might have been helpful although most people do not.

A well-informed patient is able to make the best decisions on their behalf. The Internet has given patients and families the ability to find extensive information about their disease, but consumers must be careful. This information is not regulated, and can often be misleading or just plain wrong.

Fran again seeks the advice of many to make a well-informed decision to forgo radiation therapy. Some may think that her stardom has gotten her better treatment, but I disagree. It is her perseverance that ultimately gets a diagnosis, and her willingness to be her strongest advocate throughout the saga, that gets her to where she is now. Take a lesson from Fran - this is your life - don't let anyone else plan it for you!

I highly recommend this book for any woman. Contribuidor de contenido: OncoLink. Ver todo Cerrar. Fallopian Tube Cancer. Kaposi's Sarcoma Kidney Cancer. OncoLink Vet Ovarian Cancer. Rectal Cancer. Urethral Cancer Urinary Tract Cancers. Vaginal Cancer Vulvar Cancer. Thank you for your feedback! Tweets by OncoLinkTeam.

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Cancer Schmancer

Like most cancer survivors, Fran Drescher best known for TV's The Nanny knows that cancer has changed her life, in a good way. Friendships and relationships are stronger and more meaningful, she has developed friendships she might never have had without cancer, and her compassion for others has grown tremendously. You may think the trials and tribulations of a star's cancer experience could not possibly relate to the average Joe, but you would be wrong. Fran's story stresses the importance of listening to your own body and being your own advocate in the health care arena. Despite eight different doctors dismissing her symptoms, Fran presses on until the ultimate diagnosis of uterine cancer by doctor 9. What follows is a very frank and occasionally humorous discussion of life, decisions, and side effects.

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Cancer Schmancer: “We Are the Boss” in Our Health Says Drescher

When I say "Cancer Schmancer," it's not to pretend that cancer isn't serious or deadly; believe me, I know firsthand that it is. I got famous, I got cancer, and I lived to talk about it. It took me two years and eight doctors to get a proper diagnosis. You've heard of a second opinion? Try seven "second" opinions. Honey, I got in the stirrups more times than Roy Rogers!

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