Love and Laughter in the Time of ChemotherapyBook - 2017
"'April 28, 2014: I won't be coming in today, I have leukemia.' That's the message Manjusha Pawagi, a family court judge in Brampton, Ontario relayed to her office one morning after a routine blood test showed a deadly result. She did not return to work for two and a half years. Wryly funny and stubbornly hopeful, this is her quirky take on what it's like to face your own mortality when, to be honest, you thought you'd live forever. It describes how even the darkest moments of life can be made worse by roommates; details how much determination it takes to ignore the statistics; and answers the age-old question, what does it take to get a banana Popsicle when you need one?"-- Provided by publisher.
Publisher: Toronto :, Second Story Press,, 2017
Copyright Date: ©2017
Characteristics: 252 pages ; 22 cm