Surviving "Terminal " Cancer : My Own Father Was a Surgeon and I Was Told That I Had "Terminal" Cancer and I Would Be Lucky to Survive Another Six Months. That Was 44 Years Ago. This Book Explains How I Think I Beat the Odds.
My own father was a surgeon and told me when I was seventeen years old that I had "terminal" cancer and that I probably had less than six months to live. I'm sixty-one years old today. When you are told that you are going to die it can be very frightening but it doesn't have to be. I discovered a path that has not only kept me alive for 44 years since my diagnosis but that has also guided me to wealth and prosperity beyond my wildest dreams. I have a beautiful home, cottage, vehicles and toys and I am completely debt-free and I'm still around to enjoy life. Join me on my journey and discover for yourself how I got to where I am today!
- Paperback | 38 pages
- 152 x 229 x 2mm | 68g
- 09 Jul 2015
- Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
- United States
- black & white illustrations
About MR Glen E Munholland
Glen Munholland was diagnosed with "terminal" cancer when he was seventeen years old and told that he had less than six months to live. Today Mr. Munholland is sixty-one years old. His life's journey has been extraordinary as he has battled not only the cancer that threatened to end his life but also his struggles along the way with drug addiction, gambling, crime and the eventual turn-around of his life after his release from jail. Today, after raising his two grown sons by himself, he has re-married, is financially wealthier than most and continues to operate the companies he owns with his new wife Carmen.