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Your Amazing Itty Bitty® Cancer Book By Jacqueline Kreple

Itty Bitty Publishing

Your Amazing Itty Bitty® Cancer Book By Jacqueline Kreple

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Your Amazing Itty Bitty® Cancer Book By Jacqueline Kreple

15 Essential Facts to Help You Navigate Your Cancer Diagnosis

  A cancer diagnosis is a game changer. It turns your world upside down. It is important get on top of this disease – right from the first day – by knowing what to do and who to contact. In this important Itty Bitty Book, Jacqueline Kreple, President of Fighters 4 Life, explains what your options are from getting a second opinion to traditional and alternative therapies. It is a book filled with important information for both cancer patients and their caregivers.

Information You Will Find In this Book:

  • Why it is important to get and keep your medical records with you at all times and how to do it.
  • What is meant by stages of cancer and why that is important.
  • Why you should never skimp on treatment, nutrition and exercise and where to go for help if you need it.

If you or someone you know has cancer pick up this important, easy-to-read easy-to-follow book today!

 ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Jacqueline and Michael Kreple, an athletic, physically fit, young couple with young children, never considered facing a life-changing event like cancer.

To their shock and dismay Michael, a Mixed Martial Arts fighter preparing for his second fight, was given 30 days to live when he stepped into the cancer ring to begin the fight of his life. Without insurance, the first emergency room visit cost them $44,000.

Michael and Jacqueline qualified for MediCal, but it was a weekly fight to keep it. Without that insurance, Michael would have died within the first month of his diagnosis.

The next two years were the battle of a lifetime as Jacky fought to keep her husband on MediCal and Michael fought to stay alive. She researched every possible kind of therapy available to them. They embraced traditional and holistic therapies alike, refusing to leave one possibility untried. Jacky changed the family diet completely, learned how to give injections, even grew flats of wheat grass, while Michael tried to maintain his fitness between treatments.

Their friends rallied around them, throwing one fundraiser after another to help them meet the expenses of daily life when Michael was undergoing treatment. These friends said they very much enjoyed fundraising because they could see where their efforts were going.

It was during this time that Jacky decided to dedicate herself to helping other cancer patients when this ordeal was over. Her dream was to create relationships between donors and the cancer patients they help so they can see and share in the experience of the help they provide.

Today, Michael is cancer-free and Jacky has created Fighters 4 Life, a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting cancer patients, their families and caregivers – emotionally and physically. It raises funds to help them meet the on-going expenses of everyday life during treatment.


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