We’re very proud to make the following announcement, especially during the month of October – Miami Breast Cancer Experts: Your Indispensable Guide to Breast Health is now available on Amazon in Kindle and paperback!
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Your Indispensable Guide to Breast Health
New Book, Miami Breast Cancer Experts: Your Indispensable Guide to Breast Health offers timely and valuable information from medical and legal professionals, psychologists, nutritionists, and holistic health practitioners for breast cancer patients and their caretakers.
MIAMI, Florida — In their brand-new book, a follow-up to their popular 2007 release The Empty Cup Runneth Over, co-authors Cindy Papale-Hammontree and Sabrina Hernandez-Cano, RD, NC, CDE, have once again created a must-read for everyone affected by breast cancer by gathering an incredible group of experts and survivors, updating contents, and adding several chapters to inform readers about the latest treatment options.
As noted by Gail Ironson, M.D., Ph.D. in the Foreward, “The terrific thing about this book is that it covers multiple topics, and does so in a readable, interesting way – enabling us to be better informed about how to cope, what to expect, and how to make wise treatment decisions. It will also help you discuss options with medical personnel.”
Miami Breast Cancer Experts has also received rave reviews from well-known critics like Vince Papale, colon cancer survivor and former NFL football player upon whose life the 2006 film Invincible was based. Notes Papale, “As you read through the book Miami Breast Cancer Experts and experience the compelling and courageous stories of the survivors, you will certainly find out that the savior is yourself first. To me invincibility is the synergy of mind, body and spirit and these women have truly proven themselves to be Invincible!”
Anne Hemingway, RN, BSN, MS and niece of Ernest Hemingway raves, “This book is a smorgasbord of intelligent essays on every aspect of breast cancer. Everyone – nurses, doctors, and people dealing with the disease for the first time will find chapters of this book helpful.”
Co-authors Cindy Papale-Hammontree and Sabrina Hernandez-Cano state,“We saw very close-up and personal how critical it is to stay on top of the latest details, particulars, discoveries, and facts about surviving a cancer diagnosis. The faster the detection, the better the chances of recovery and survival. Since the launch of our first edition, research has emerged with new scientific evidence, explanations, and perspectives on the prevention and treatment of Breast Cancer. Thus, we’ve added new advances including the latest treatment of chemotherapy and radiation; the latest research and state-of-the-art techniques on topics such as plastic and reconstructive surgery; key new topics such as fat grafting, thermography, pain management, and a chapter written by an oncology nurse. We also delve into delicate subjects such as money and death in response to feedback from readers, and new scientific evidence on super foods in an updated nutrition chapter. There’s even a Bariatric chapter to inform women about their options in the case of obesity and chapters that address the physical, emotional, and mental health of women like exercise, yoga, and mind/spirit healing.”
To read a synopsis of Miami Breast Cancer Experts: Your Indispensable Guide to Breast Health, visit www.miamibreastcancerexperts.com (paperback, 436 pages, $27.99). The book may be ordered online at Amazon.com in paperback and Kindle (490 pages, $9.99).
About Cindy Papale-Hammontree: Cindy Papale joined the team at the Miami Breast Center as an Administrative Assistant in July of 2010. A Long Island New York native, she moved to Miami Florida in 1972, where she received a Bachelor’s Degree in Business from the University of Miami. In her 27 years of working with breast cancer patients at the University of Miami School of Medicine, she’s written many grants for breast cancer research. Cindy’s boundless passion for helping other breast cancer survivors became even more pronounced in the aftermath of her own diagnosis and subsequent treatment in July of 2000. In 2008, she released her first book, The Empty Cup Runneth Over (www.theemptycuprunnethover.com). She has appeared on Channel 6 South Florida Today Show and her survivor story has made the front pages of every local newspaper in Miami-Dade, Broward, and Palm Beach Counties. Cindy is also in the process of collaborating with Peabody Award-winning producer Derek Britt on a feature film about her breast cancer journey. Find her on Facebook as Cindy Papale, follow her on twitter @CindyPapale, and contact her at the Miami Breast Center at (305) 365-5595.
About Sabrina Hernandez-Cano: Sabrina Hernandez-Cano RDN, NC, CDE is a Graduate of Florida International University and a Registered Dietitian, Nutrition Counselor, and Certified Diabetes Educator. She is in private practice in Miami Florida where she specializes in bariatric nutrition. A member of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics since 1994, she served as president of Miami Dietetic Association from 1999-2000 and was the recipient of the Miami Herald Silver Knight award for dedication in community service. Sabrina is also a co-founder of Hummingwell Wellness Bar. She can be reached at Sabrina@Hummingwell.com.
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