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Kicking Cancer in The Kitchen

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Two young women, each a spouse, parent, and cancer survivor had never met. Yet, these strangers to one another had much in common. Annette Ramke, 36-year-old two-time breast and ovarian cancer survivor, and Kendall Scott who had battled Hodgkin’s Lymphoma at age 27, decided to take charge of their lives. With their doctors’ assistance, the two opted to tackle their illnesses with more than traditional treatment protocols.  
 
Annette and Kendall fought back by integrating a healthy lifestyle into their treatment regimens. A significant focus on proper nutrition was strategically included. 
 
The result? Stronger and healthier individuals, better equipped for life's challenges.  
 
After meeting at a conference, Annette and Kendall joined forces. They decided to write a book. Kicking Cancer in the Kitchen: The Girlfriend’s Cookbook and Guide to Using Real Food to Fight Cancer not only provides over 100 healthy and tasty recipes, it offers stories about their experiences through cancer and lessons they learned along the way. Their mission in writing the book: to teach others about healthful living and increasing odds of survival.
 
Annette and Kendall have been guests and featured on TV: My Fox Memphis, WHBQ Fox 13, Fox 29 Philly News, NBC 10; Radio: Your Story Matters with Angela Schaefer, Stupid Cancer Radio, and dozens of magazines and newspapers, to name but a few of the many media appearances each has made.
 
We are thrilled to have these "kicking cancer" entrepreneurs as our guests on Monday, November, 4, 2013 at 7:00 p.m. EST. Join us in this dynamic hour of discussing great food and fabulous resources created to help empower women, and men, through their cancer journeys.

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