ABOUT THE BOOK
If everyone’s life is a book, and every day a page, then there are some days that deserve to be dog-eared. Your high school graduation, your wedding day, the birth of your children, and the day that your doctor discusses cancer with you for the first time.
If you are a caregiver, or about to be one, this book can hopefully shortcut the learning curve that sliced me to shreds.
This book is the story of my wife’s cancer and our journey through the medical system that eventually led us to one of the most cutting edge, lifesaving surgeries on earth.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
My name is Bob Marcotte and I am a musician, photographer, author and caregiver. Unlike my other job titles, the caregiver job title came without training and with little notice. Now, it’s the job title I am most proud of.
I live in California with my wife, Carole, who is still recovering from her massive surgeries. We are guarded and kept company by our three dogs and a cat, all rescued animals. After the Stanford medical miracle, perhaps Carole can be considered ‘rescued’, too.
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