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WHAT TO DO AFTER

“I’M SORRY, IT’S CANCER.”

An Exceptional Guidebook for Navigating Your Way to Health and Happiness

You can never comprehend the severe and sudden impact of the words, “I’m sorry, it’s cancer” unless they are directed at you. Wanda St. Hilaire personally and profoundly knows the effects of those four words—twice over. With her first diagnosis at the age of 29, Wanda was an anomaly. Today, cancer is epidemic—one in three people will be diagnosed—and age does not exempt anyone.

Many people given the diagnosis either panic and make knee-jerk decisions under duress or check out and allow others to dictate their cancer journey.

What can you do instead?

Firstly, make fully informed, intuitive decisions. Knowledge is empowerment. Secondly, address the real causes of the imbalances that give cancer a place to thrive. Cancer is a “whole person” disease, yet it is typically treated as a separate entity to be aggressively attacked. Every part of our bodies and all aspects of our lives are interdependent of the other and there is far more you can do to heal cancer than the standard surgery, radiation, and chemotherapy protocols.

This poignant fusion guidebook-memoir speaks to the power of human resilience and a steadfast belief that the answers to healing lie within. St. Hilaire presents simple-to-digest material and wisdom woven with insightful anecdotes. She provides an invaluable amalgamation of research in a context not always accessible at your cancer centre.

In sharing, Wanda hopes that those newly diagnosed, in recovery, or searching for a way to support someone they love will find that this book makes the healing process less traumatic and that it will lead survivors to a new and improved life post-disease.

What To Do After “I’m sorry, it’s cancer.” is a compelling reminder that impossible things happen every day.

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Receive a free Wellness and Self-Care Planner with purchase of book.

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You will receive a free companion Wellness & Self-Care Planner with the purchase of your book! The book was mindfully designed to assist you through the journey. It’s in PDF format to print and place in a binder. This 47 page planner has:

  • A six month appointment calendar (you can print extra months if needed).
  • Lists of pertinent questions to take on appointments with the surgeon and the oncologists for note taking.
  • Specially chosen quotes to uplift you on each page.
  • An area to track your research.
  • A list of ideas for wellness and self-care excerpted from the book and pages to create your plan.
  • A common sense nutrition guideline.
  • Pages to brainstorm a beautiful post-cancer healing plan.
  • Pages for journalling ideas from What To Do After “I’m sorry, it’s cancer.”
  • A list of reading and video resources.
  • Memes (quotes on images) to cut out and place around your home.

The information to download your free Wellness & Self-Care Planner is on the back page of What To Do After “I’m sorry, it’s cancer.”

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Cancer is epidemic, which loudly illustrates that we are not winning the “war” on this disease. Cancer is not always as mysterious as it seems; it can be triggered by imbalances that, once identified and addressed, can allow the healing process to begin. The outliers and fringe researchers have scientific data on the causes of cancer and proven methods to help heal cancer and prevent a reoccurrence in tandem with traditional medicine.

When the newly diagnosed read What To Do After “I’m sorry, it’s cancer.” they feel less afraid, they learn that there are a myriad of ways to heal cancer, and they are reminded that impossible things happen every day.

This body of information is not only for those diagnosed; it also holds invaluable takeaways on what to do so that you never hear the words, “I’m sorry, it’s cancer.”

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This book can help you assist a loved one through the cancer journey and awaken you to the many lifestyle choices you can make for the prevention of disease and overall health and happiness.

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