The ER doctor said, “Let’s take a chest x-ray just to be safe.” The results were simple, the sentence easily stated, and the next time period of life was about to be defined. “There is a white spot on the top right lung. You’d better have your doctor look at this!” That spot turned out to be lung cancer, and with that diagnosis Jim and Betty Serritella began a journey of tests and treatment on the road to becoming cancer-free.
Jim Serritella is veteran of the US Air Force serving at Air Force bases in the USA and European commands during 1961 through 1965. He career spans over fifty years in the world of systems, computers, software development and consulting in the federal and commercial arenas.
The Journey through Cancer is not written in the typical third-person point of view or even in a narrative of a particular situation or event. The Journey is real life and is written in first-person and second-person, singular and plural involvement of the issue at hand—lung cancer (or your particular kind of cancer). YOU have a major activity and/or resultant in the discussion. Because my wife of thirty-seven years, Betty, is the primary person throughout the book and I am the writer of the story, the tense and wording are factual and to the point.
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