Review: The Cancer Schmancer Movement

Cancer Websites, Gynecologic Cancer — By on April 20, 2009 at 2:37 pm

cancerschmancerThe Cancer Schmancer Movement is an organization founded by Fran Drescher. It is an organization dedicated to insure that all women’s cancer get diagnosed in STAGE 1.

Fran is a uterine cancer survivor, but was misdiagnosed and mistreated for a peri-menopause condition she didn’t have. It took her two years and eight doctors before finally being told that she had a gynecologic cancer.

As the result of this experience, Fran wrote the New York Times bestseller Cancer Schmancer with the hopes that in telling her story she would prevent what happened to her to happen to others.

When she went on her book tour, she realized that what happened to her had happened to millions of other women. And so it was then she realized the book was not the end but rather the beginning of a life mission to improve women’s healthcare in America.

Toward this end, Fran Drescher started The Cancer Schmancer Movement.

The Cancer Schmancer mission is to ensure that ALL women’s cancers are diagnosed in STAGE 1, when it is most curable, then early detection equals survival. It’s as simple as that.

Through education, legislation, and social reform, the mission will continue until the very landscape of America’s women’s healthcare consciousness has been replanted.

Remember-on the day the doctor tells you that you have cancer, he goes home to eat dinner with his family while you go home to eat your heart out with yours!

Fran got famous, then got cancer, and now she lives to talk about it.
Sometimes the best gifts come in the ugliest packages. Please join “The Fran Plan” by becoming a member of the Cancer Schmancer Movement because together we can do what needs to be done, so less of us will die prematurely.

As Fran says, “It’s time to put on your sun block and get ready for a new dawn!”

Visit: The Cancer Schmancer Movement and share your comments and opinions below with the community.

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