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Brighton Publishing releases print format of "Rosalie's Fight For Life" from author Ron Penczak
"Rosalie's Fight For Life," is an unmatched journey of tragedy and love.
"ROSALIE'S FIGHT FOR LIFE: A Memoir" is now available in print and eBook formats from Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and other leading Book retailers nationwide. The print format is distributed by Ingram, the world's largest wholesale book distributor, in addition to being available worldwide through the Espresso Book Machine Network.
Synopsis: The day she was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer, Rosalie Penczak decided to do everything she could to overcome it with the help and support of her husband, Ron, and her son, Christopher. So began a 49-month journey. This narrative is not only about Rosalie's fight for life, it is their love story.
In these pages, Ron Penczak offers a testament to Rosalie's life and to their lives and love together, from the early years of their marriage living in Korea to the experience of her diagnosis and course of treatment. Through surgery, radiation, and chemotherapy, to the point where medical professionals said, "There is no more we can do."
Ron and Rosalie believed after surgery, radiation, and chemotherapy, and the pronouncement there was no more cancer, all should be well; without realizing the cure could be worse than the disease. A lesson that needs to be remembered and shared.
In 2018 there were 18.1M cancer cases and 5.1M deaths due to cancer. This book was written to inspire and educate readers to understand what to expect in a battle with cancer, and that there are alternative healing protocols, after the doctors say, "There's no more we can do for you."
Ron offers details on the Tom Tam Healing System along with testimonials from medical doctors, nurses, PhD's, acupuncturists, clients, and Ron and Rosalie's own experiences. He offers a story of love, support, devotion and, most of all, of hope.
Ron Penczak hails from the mill town of Lawrence, Massachusetts. After serving in the Marines, Ron went to work for a Massachusetts defense firm. He started his career as a field engineer, offering the opportunity to travel. His first assignment was in East Asia, working in Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, and Vietnam. This assignment lasted ten years, most of them spent in Korea. Ron immersed himself in Korean culture, cuisine, and history. Learning about the plight of Korean children of mixed heritage led him to write his first book, "Of Mixed Blood," published in 2015.
Ron, currently lives in New Hampshire where he continues to write. He was the Publicity Director for Crimeline of Southern, NH, a non-profit organization, where he wrote a monthly column for several local newspapers.
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