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Dear Friend: Letters of Encouragement, Humor, and Love for Women with Breast Cancer | Hardcover

by Gina L Mulligan (Author)


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Binding:  Hardcover
Publisher:  Chronicle Books
Page Count:  160 Pages
Publication Date:  September 26, 2017
Sales Rank:  14586th



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This beautiful collection of handwritten letters offers strength, encouragement, and comfort to women living with breast cancer. Written by compassionate strangers—many of whom have gone through their own health battles—these heartfelt letters were gathered by Girls Love Mail, an organization that provides support to people diagnosed with breast cancer as seen on NBC Nightly News. Presented in an elegant package with metallic endpapers, and a ribbon marker, and brimming with warm messages of empathy, inspiration, and humor, Dear Friend delivers words of wisdom when they're needed the most.

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