“Surviving Cancerland” Review & Giveaway

Surviving Cancerland Breast Cancer Authority BestsellerBy Breast Cancer Yoga Staff.

Surviving Cancerland
Intuitive Aspects of Healing
by Kathleen O’Keefe-Kanavos

“Surviving Cancerland” Book Review

Surviving Cancerland is Kathleen O’Keefe-Kanavos’ account of how she learned to stand in her power and speak her truth during a life crisis by connecting with her physician-within through dreams, meditations, and prayer. Believing in her intuition, Kathleen used it to self-advocate a course of cancer treatment in her healing process, often needing to persuade her doctors to cooperate with her. “Don’t tell your Higher Power how big your problems are,” Kathleen says. “Tell your problems how big your Higher Power is!”

Kathleen believes you should work with your doctors, financiers, coworkers, bosses, and family, but never forget that you must make the final decisions. She hopes her story can help you make better choices, live a more fulfilling life, and discover your destiny.

Book Giveaway Details

Like Kathleen’ O’Keefe-Kanavos’s book? You can have one, too!  Kathleen has generously agreed to give away a “Surviving Cancerland – Intuitive Aspects of Healing” ($14.95 value) to one lucky reader.  All you have to do is leave a comment below with your email address so we may notify the winner of our Breast Cancer Authority Bestseller Giveaway.  On Sunday June 1st. we will randomly select a commenter to receive one book, signed by the author.We will announce the winner on the Breast Cancer Authority Blog and on our Breast Cancer Yoga Facebook page.


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  1. Winner of Surviving Cancerland Giveaway is Vicki Storm of Langley BC


  2. Elizabeth Welch says:

    I will soon be in the survivor section of cancer land. 2 more treatments yay!


  3. Christine Garrott says:

    I think receiving this book would be particularly meaningful to me, as I was diagnosed with metastatic breast cancer to the bone just a few weeks ago after having completed primary treatment in November 2013. When you are in Stage IV, with no hope of a cure, surviving day to day takes on an entirely new dimension.


    • Hi Christine, I want you to know how proud I am of you for remaining so positive “through it all.” Thank you so much for sharing your comment with us and YES, Surviving Cancerland would be particularly meaningful to you. My next book about surviving recurrence is coming out soon. I am a stage 4 recurrence survivor and understand what you are experiencing. Big Hug. Kathleen O’Keefe-Kanavos


  4. This book looks amazing. I would love to share it with the participants of the LivingWell Cancer Resource Center in Geneva, IL where I work and teach a class for breast cancer survivors! Thank you so much for sharing your inspiration!


  5. Katy Robbins says:

    I need all the help I can get on how to be a breast cancer survivor it’s all so overwhelming!


    • Katy, I know this is all overwhelming but know that you are not alone. We all hold you in our hearts and will celebrate with you the day this “bump in the road of life” is over. Write down your dreams so the angels can talk to you and lift your spirits during your darkest hours. Kathleen O’Keefe-Kanavos


  6. Would love to add this to my reads. Just in recovery from surgery and chemo from lobular breast cancer and will be going through radiation in 4 weeks. Emotional roller coaster I was given the all clear last week but still dealing with all the effects emotional and physically And worrying about radiation. Having so many side effects is overwhelming at times. But onwards and upwards x


    • Hi Donna, Congratulations on getting the all clear. Your roller-coaster ride is coming to an end. The side effects from the chemo and surgery will diminish and one day they will just be gone. Radiation is going to be so easy compared to what you have already gone through. I hope Surviving Cancerland will be a great help to you. Thank you for your comment.
      Kathleen O’Keefe-Kanavos


  7. sweetsdesign says:

    Living with secondary breast cancer and surviving have read a lot of books on the subject would love to read yours. xxxx


  8. living with secondary breast cancer and surviving would love to read your book xxxx


  9. Vicki, the journey down the Rabbit Hole of Cancerland is confusing but knowing someone else made it BACK UP is comforting. Our dreams can be doorways that lead us to the path back up. We just have to learn our own dream-language to understand the directions. My fingers are crossed for you on winning this book. Thanks for your comment.


  10. Vicki Strom says:

    I would love to receive this book. I think it will allow me to understand the process so much better and make sense out of the journey. Thank You.


  11. knowledge is power would love to add to my library for my powerful patients !


  12. Hi Arlene, I think I rode that same cancer train with you! I was in the seat behind you. LOL! Thank you so much for your comment on Surviving Cancerland: Intuitive Aspects of Healing.


  13. Arlene Radford says:

    This sounds like a good read for me. From diagnosis to the end of chemo I was in survivor mode. Once that part was over I was overwhelmingly left with fear, sadness, grief and all the other emotions that ride the cancer train. Thank you for featuring this book on your website.


  14. Amanda Mullins says:

    I so need this book!



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