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Cancer Schmancer by Fran Drescher
Fran Drescher did not disappoint with Cancer Schmancer. There are short and somewhat loose stories, not always relative to the story.
The book was written more like act1, act2, then side story not so much related to anything, act 3 and so on. It felt as if I was merely catching up for coffee with a friend and not reading about a complete stranger’s life story. Jan 04, Amy rated it really liked it.
There seems to be a lot of self pitying in the book, which is to be expected, but it just schmancrr make a good read. If you like her on TV, you will love her in print. I wasn’t a huge Nanny watcher but then sitcoms tend to bore me. Her insights on her divorce are also startlingly frank — she admits to unhealthy codependency and immaturity.
Books by Fran Drescher. Hardcoverpages. One interesting thing is she had cancer for two years before being diagnosed, to my months, svhmancer it was still stage one. So, long story short, this book made me dislike Fran.
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I’m a sucker for celebrity biographies and autobiographies. In my opinion, this is cancsr a book for people who have dealt with similar struggles. With her trademark humour, Fran tells of her indefatigable search for answers and the cancer diagnosis that she ultimately beat. That came so out of the blue that I couldn’t help but laugh.
Super quick read, very informational on the medical side, overall a good book that people should read so that they remember to take their health into their own hands. Aug 03, Moira Webster-Larranaga rated it liked it. Enjoyably written memoir; but particularly valuable if it encourages people to keep seeking medical opinions until they are satisfied that their symptoms are really being addressed effectively.
The side that not that many others knew about As a cancer survivor this book was inspirational. It is written like she is speaking to someone, complete with rhetorical questions and tangents about cancsr. May 05, Starshadow rated it it was amazing.
It’s conversational, and you’d have to “get” that to read and understand this, but I found it informative and funny, both. The honesty of the memoir makes it more engrossing, though it is a short, easy read.
Aug 11, Heather rated it it was ok Shelves: There are lots of anecdotes about daily life, as well as some about life as a celebrity, all the while dealing with ovarian cancer. Read this years befor ei was diagnoised. May 31, kayla rated it really liked it.
Here’s where my organization, Cancer Schmancer comes in. Feb 28, Saskia rated it it was amazing. It was good to read about someone else going through this – but I couldn’t really relate to her experience, as I’m not a celebrity, and as she takes pains to remind us she is.
Dec 17, Anca. It takes willingness to be an aggressive advocate for yourself or to take such an advocate with you to appointments if you know you w Enjoyably written memoir; but particularly valuable if it encourages people to keep seeking medical opinions until they are satisfied that their symptoms are really being addressed effectively.
It’s a good read for anyone looking for someone who’s gone though the whole cancer journey–and I found her references to Gilda Radner touching and reassuring, as well, because it took Fran’s many doctors so long to diagnose her properly, and yet, she still wound up doing well. That might explain why the book is not consistent. Dec 02, Amber Angon rated it it was amazing.