Cancer survivors publish “Four Stories of Hope”


Four cancer survivors are sharing their journeys through a newly published book. “Four Stories of Hope” grew out of a writing class offered by the Greenville Health System’s Cancer Support Community. 

Tuesday night, the authors shared excerpts at a book launch party at Cancer Survivor’s Park pavilion. The chapters chronicle their journeys from diagnosis to where they are now. 
“By using the support services, it’s very possible to go on with life pretty much the way that it was before with a few accommodations and support from family and friends,” said Ginny Cartee, who is one of the book’s authors. “But we really would like people that are not cancer survivors, that have not had a diagnosis, to understand that life is still good.”

“Four Stories of Hope” is available for free. You can find info on ordering it here. You can click here learn more about GHS’ support group for those who are affected by a cancer diagnosis, whether they are affected directly or indirectly. 

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