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Mommy is Still Mommy

October 7, 2012

Andrea Nugent’s path in battling epilepsy and cancer has led her to running a nonprofit group and writing a children’s book. The Jamaican born author has published her first children’s book, “Mommy is Still Mommy: Cancer can’t change that!

 “Mommy is Still Mommy: Cancer Can’t Change That” is the latest children’s book quickly becoming a favorite among cancer patients, hospitals and treatment centers. This vividly captivating children’s book simplifies the effects of cancer treatment and changes the way it impacts your family. It will touch the hearts of your children as it cleverly tackles the topic of cancer treatment effects. “Mommy is Still Mommy” written by Andrea Nugent, a single mom and Stage 3 Breast Cancer Survivor, is a must-have for all families dealing with cancer.

Whether newly diagnosed, or facing a reoccurrence, parenting through a diagnosis can prove quite challenging. It is important to open up healthy lines of communication with young children when dealing with cancer. Nugent states, “Not only is this book a conversation starter, it also empowers mothers and helps to remind them that no matter what, they are still the same person, still mom, still strong, and still beautiful.”

“Mommy is Still Mommy: Cancer Can’t Change That” can be purchased through all the major online retailers such as Amazon, Barnes and Nobel, Authorhouse, and Books a Million. More information can be found about the book through www.andreanugent.com or by following the latest news and updates about the book on twitter @MomisStillMom.

Related articles:
http://www.womenshealthmag.com/life/breast-cancer-survivor
http://www.cbsnews.com/2300-204_162-10006851-13.html

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