About the Book
BY EVONNE SCHOTT AND ED RABINOWITZ
Mike Schott was given one month to live in March 2007. What started as a headache had manifested into a glioblastoma - the most malignant form of brain cancer. Mike began treatment with a cancer medication not yet approved for his type of cancer. Within weeks his physical and mental health improved.
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Mike Schott works out to stay strong. He pushes himself to do extra reps. But ten months ago, it looked like he was losing his most important fight. His MRI said his tumor was back with a vengeance.
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One More Dance on BlogTalkRadio
One More Dance co-author Evonne Stevenson Schott will be appearing on BlogTalkRadio program Dresser After Dark Thursday evening, August 2, 2012, at 7:20 p.m. ET. The show can be heard live at www.DresserAfterDark.com or www.blogtalkradio.com/dresserafterdark. The show will also be archived for future listening.
A heart-warming note
"I LOVE this book. You are so brave. And helpful. I was caregiver for my parents for many years. It was stressful but rewarding and you just do it for those you love. Like your last water bottle of Mike's I have the empty box that held my Dad's last birthday cake and empty last kleenex box and juice container of my Mom's. They've been gone 4 and 5 years. The pain of their passing is still there but more tolerable. I am grieving in my own time and in my own way which may be very different than everyone else. I bought your book at the Writer's Conference at the War Memorial yesterday, finished all but 7 pages last night and the rest this morning. I'm so sorry for your loss but I'm glad you are sharing your experience 'cause it is helping others so much. Thank you!"