Ann Pietrangelo, Care2 Health Blogger, Publishes a Book

 

Care2′s own Ann Pietrangelo, who has written so honestly and openly about both her MS and breast cancer, is now a published author.  Her e-book, No More Secs!, is available on Amazon.

If you’re not familiar with Ann’s work, take a look at a few of these posts to see the depth, honesty and warmth with which she writes.  We’re so proud!

 

The Radiation Decision, The Long Road, The Badge of Honor

Shocking New Cigarette Warning Labels Issued by FDA

Key to Spread of Breast Cancer Identified in New Study

‘Are you Thinking of Committing Suicide’

Half a Year on Chemotherapy and Taking Nothing for Granted

Ignoring Food Handling Instructions Can Lead to Life-Threatening…

Are You Prepared for the Zombie Apocalypse?

Mom Loses Custody of Kids for Having Breast Cancer

5 Things I Love About My Very Expensive Health Insurance

10 Odd Things to Say to Someone with Breast Cancer

Aggressive Breast Cancer Linked to Low Levels of Vitamin D

It Costs Too Much to Bring Kids to the Doctor

Social Media Alters Medical Research Priorities

Mastectomy Day: What It’s Like to Lose a Breast

FDA Warns Companies about Unproven MRSA Prevention Claims

The Time to Donate Life is Now

A New Twist: It’s Triple-Negative Breast Cancer

The Mammogram, the Ultrasound, and ‘the Look’

 

Photo courtesy of Ann Pietrangelo

16 comments

Ann Pietrangelo
Ann Pietrangelo4 years ago

We are pleased to announce that "No More Secs! Living, Laughing & Loving Despite Multiple Sclerosis" is now available in paperback format.

Currently available through WebCamp One's online bookstore, it will soon be available through Amazon and other national outlets. Of course, it's still available as an eBook, too. Up-to-date purchasing information will be posted on www.NoMoreSecs.com

As always, feedback is welcomed and appreciated.

Akin Adelakun
Akin Adelakun5 years ago

Thanks for sharing this great article.

Marilyn L.
Marilyn L.5 years ago

Thank you for all your contributions and now this new book Ann.

Take care and best wishes.

Shari J.
Shari J.5 years ago

Thank you Ann, all the best wishes for you. God Bless.

Shari J.
Shari J.5 years ago

Thank you Ann, all the best wishes for you. God Bless.

Mrs Shakespeare
Mrs Shakespeare5 years ago

My late aunt suffered of MS for a long time, and it was like a curse to her youth and beauty, so its absolutely amazing to see someone be so brave about it. You just teach other sufferers everywhere that a sickness can hurt your body but never your soul.
Congrats and I wish you the best of luck.

Alexandra Rodda
Alexandra Rodda5 years ago

This book should be a great success.

Parvez Z.
Parvez Zuberi5 years ago

Best wishes and good luck for future writing

Jennifer C.
Past Member 5 years ago

Beautiful! Best wishes and Blessings! Thanks for sharing.

Valerie G.
Valerie G.5 years ago

Good luck
and take good care Ann Pietrangelo!!!
Best wishes to you...
Thank you Cynthia.