E.A.T. An Unconventional Decade In The Life Of A Cancer Patient is a journal-type narrative written from the 18 journals Kathy kept during her battle with stage IV inflammatory breast cancer and a high-grade head and neck cancer. Despite taking advantage of everything her hospital had offered, Kathy’s body was failing, leaving her to live each day half dead. As she tallied the limitations of conventional medical protocols, Kathy embraced the challenge cancer had offered her and discovered she had exactly what it took to change her life and thrive cancer free. This is a manual of hope for anyone confronting serious illness or simply looking for a more proactive approach to wellness.
“When one door closes another will open, if you just turn the knob.” – Kathy Mydlach Bero