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Squamous cell carcinoma
Hi, I'm Drew Boswell
Some background first: diagnosed late 2016 throat cancer, followed by surgery, chemo and radiation. 56 years old. Later this morning, I’m going out to run 6 miles. Things can and WILL get better for you.

Without knowing your history of cancer and treatment I can only tell you about my experience but it sounds like it somewhat mirrors yours.

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This is a testimonial that appeared on Amazon from an American lady who read my book and is just what I had hoped to hear. It was amazing to receive this and made writing the book worthwhile!

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