Part inspirational cancer-survival story, part memoir-as-laugh-riot, “Cancer Schmancer” picks up where Fran’s last book, Enter Whining, left off. After the publication of that book, Fran’s life launched into a downward spiral. She separated from a long and complicated relationship, her TV series started to slip in the ratings, and her beloved dog Chester Drescher’s health was in major decline. Then came the mysterious symptoms no doctor could adequately explain. With her trademark humor, Fran tells of her indefatigable search for answers and the cancer diagnosis that she ultimately beat. But not before a gold mine of humorous insights were revealed to her about what really matters most in life.
The book, autographed by Fran Drescher for Move Detroit for Less Cancer will be available for silent auction December 1,2012 at Bayview Yacht Club, Detroit Michigan The auction opens at 7:30 pm .
For nearly a decade, Less Cancer has been at the helm introducing prevention into the cancer conversation and educating individuals, families and communities about healthy choices and cancer risks. The organization is the founder of National Cancer Prevention Day.
Less Cancer, a Campaign Program of Next Generation Choices Foundation (NGCF), will host the first Move Detroit for Less Cancer Saturday, December 1, 2012 at Detroit’s historic Bayview Yacht Club, located at 100 Clairpointe Street at 7:30 P.M.
For nearly a decade, Less Cancer Next Generation Choices Foundation has been at the helm of cancer awareness. They introduced prevention to the cancer conversation and work to educate individuals, families and communities about cancer risks.
“During the last two decades, the percentage of obese adults and children have steadily risen and, in turn, increased obesity related diseases including coronary heart disease, stroke, high blood pressure, diabetes, as well as cancers of the breast, Endometrium (the lining of the uterus), colon, kidney, and esophagus,” says Less Cancer Founder, Bill Couzens. “This event will support our unwavering commitment to educate individuals, families and communities about healthy choices and how obesity affects your risk of cancer.”
This event will help Less Cancer provide Children’s Hospital of Michigan Foundation and the national Shape Down program, helping fund programs that will aid children and families adopt healthy lifestyles. These resources will be used to purchase gym shoes and exercise equipment that will help families develop healthy habits and achieve fitness goals, as well as encourage healthy models for change – a role Less Cancer has cornered across the web and social media.