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Not everyone’s so lucky Want to Read saving…. Cancer Schmancer by Fran Drescher. Not very well written and she comes across as a bitch, a control freak and a very shallow person she’s very concerned about looks, scchmancer what to wear and is judgemental of other women who don’t wear makeup or wear fashion clothes.
Schmsncer remained dignified and unbelievable human the entire time. There seems to be a lot of self pitying in the book, which is to be expected, but it just doesn’t make a good read. Perhaps because I’ve only seen Drescher in “The Nanny,” I haven’t experienced these changes in outlook, even from the distance of a fan. The Nanny is one of my favourite shows and while looking on the internet schmancet a possible release date of the rest of the series on DVD, I stumbled upon some very interesting things about Fran Drescher.
Everything that goes wrong in her life, it’s her parents’ fault; after all, she spent 3 years in therapy and that’s how she figured it out. OK, her comes my outing: I’m u I was diagnosed with endometrial cancer in February of this year, so naturally, I had to read the book.
Schmancrr upon learning on the internet that Fran had married her high school sweet heart, been robbed and raped in the same night, told her pride and joy as well as her creation The Nanny was being cancelled, separated from her husband and discovered she had cancer I became rather impressed and fascinated.
In cancer world, that’s “easy” I did enjoy the book overall. This book follows Fran Drescher’s battle with uterine cancer. And obviously, she wasn’t misdiagnosed, I’m just saying that this particular part of the book was strange for me. I just finished this book in Januarythough I have known that she had cancer and has been an advocate for women’s health for years.
Considering everything she had been through in the past few years, she DID handle it remarkably well but it’s a lot to swallow in one day’s worth of reading caner made me feel rather stressed. Sometimes her emotions are raw and irrational, but who schkancer remain rational with that misdiagnosis? The important message in the book that can be given credit for is ‘you are the best one to decide whether there’s something wrong about you or not.
It’s not very long, but Fran Drescher packs in information about women’s health and her personal experience that may help women feel less embarrassed about getting screened for potential problems and more comfortable with taking care of themselves.
Preview — Cancer Schmancer by Fran Scchmancer. There were plenty of interjections of the Nu? It felt as if I was merely catching up for coffee with a friend and not reading about a complete stranger’s life story.
wchmancer I’m a sucker for celebrity biographies and autobiographies. This book is a raw telling of how she dealt with cancer while still being in the limelight.
Cancer Schmancer by Fran Drescher
News Politics Entertainment Communities. Fran even made the lowest of low points so unexpectedly funny that I have to admire her. Our beloved Fran Drescher, of Nanny fame, says that, despite her inclination to be tough and stand on her own, in her uterine cancer journey she found that she could and needed to lean on her friends for support. I am a big Frannie cancrr Nanny fan! It is not nearly as funny as I was led to believe. What struck me as odd is that she describes her years long journey bouncing back and forth between 9 doctors and suddenly gets diagnosed by doctor number 9 and has surgery a week later without getting a second opinion.
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Mar 01, Schmsncer Covin rated it it was amazing Shelves: It is written like she is speaking to someone, complete with rhetorical questions and tangents about food. I Love this woman as the Nanny, her humor, her courage. There are short and somewhat loose stories, not always relative to the story.
She talk Fran tells it like it is.
I wish I could give it three and schmancre half stars because it’s better than “just ok” but not quite worth of 4 stars. Mar 04, Josie rated it it was amazing. Read this years befor ei was diagnoised.
Jan 07, Aaj rated it liked it.
She actually explained how this happen, as she told she wrote the book in sessions, one chapter at a time. Trivia About Cancer Schmancer. But I had to get a radical hysterectomy, which is not an easy thing to endure. Honey, I got in the stirrups more times than Roy Rogers! She also found out that an estrogen patch was common for her type of hysterectomy, cqncer was able to alert the doctor cander it had been put in the wrong place. Even more interesting than the events themselves became her analysis of them – achieved through years of therapy – about the good and bad of her marriage.
I really liked this book! Not saying cancer is easy, just saying that she only knew she had it for a week, had one surgery and she was cured. Put on your sunblock, and get ready for a brighter dchmancer. Quotes from Cancer Schmancer. Also, this may be a tall demand, but please, schamncer I have a third memoir?
So, this review might be a bit biased, however There are no discussion topics on this book yet. That came so out of the blue that I couldn’t help but laugh.