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by Jack D. Ruda

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ISBN:
1884299059
Author:
Jack D. Ruda
Category:
Diseases & Physical Ailments
Language:
English
Publisher:
Winterman Ink (October 10, 1998)
Pages:
162 pages
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1330 kb
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1819 kb
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1340 kb
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viii, 162 pages : b portraits ; 22 cm. Subjects. Cancer - Patients - New York (State) - Rochester - Biography.

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When Jack D. Ruda wa diagnosed with a rare form of cancer his prognosis was bleak. With no effective treatment available, his physician gave him only two years to live at best with a zero chance of going beyond that time. Faced with the terrible reality of a terminal illness, Jack began a positive program that would enhance the life that was left to him. His first plan of action was to remove all source of stress from his life. Jack is now entering his 8th year. This book tells of his personal experiences, his sense of humor and strategy for survival. He is an inspiration to all who suffer a terminal illness and the loved ones who help them through it.