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BOOKS & BLOGS2019-09-20T03:46:17+00:00

PURCHASE DAVE’S BEST SELLING BOOK

“A Hypochondriac’s Guide To Beating Cancer” is Dave’s memoir about the highs, lows and neurotic meltdowns of his battle with stage 3 melanoma. It will make you laugh, make you cry and probably make you call your doctor.

Dave’s goal with this book is to bring you joy (even if it’s at Dave’s expense), give you hope and let you know it’s okay to be scared, angry and irrational if you’re going through a crisis. Think of this as your “permission slip” book. Your guide to own your feelings, whatever they may be.

“A Hypochondriac’s Guide To Beating Cancer” reached #1 on Amazon’s Best Seller list across multiple categories. To purchase it, click here.

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TESTIMONIAL:

“Being a cancer survivor myself, I deeply appreciated David’s perspective. His openness, honesty, and authenticity about the things a person thinks about before, during and after being diagnosed with cancer are so true. I LOVED his sense of humor as he described his journey. I believe that David’s story and personality are exactly what’s needed to give people hope and healing for themselves and their families.”

Willard Barth, Author – “The Anatomy of Transformation,” Keynote Speaker, Executive Business Consultant & Transformation Expert

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