The Funny Thing About Cancer
Comedian Josh Haddon had finally started doing exactly what he wanted in life. His lust for life and love for laughter was tested when at 28 years old he was diagnosed with a cancer. He wrote this book to cheer up fellow cancer fighters. Haddon describes his book as, ‘Catcher In The Rye meets My Sisters Keeper if told by a drunk comedian.’
Cancer hospitals, chemotherapy lounges and radiation clinics are depressing. Josh Haddon is doing his best to change that. His book, The Funny Thing About Cancer is being released, free of charge to cancer-fighting facilities across North America is an attempt to have, as he says, ‘chemotherapy meet humortherapy’.
Through crowd-funding efforts, enough money has been raised to distribute almost 1000 books for free to patients. Pre-ordering your copy today, guarantees you get a copy before anyone else and since Haddon makes no money off of this project, it ensures a book is sent in your name to a cancer center near you.
The book will include artwork from the world famous Cyanide and Happiness comic strip.
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