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90 Days to Live

Rodney Stamps, Paige Lenington-Stamps

Publisher: Attacking Cancer, LLC

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Summary

"A touchingly triumphant remembrance combined with sober analysis." - Kirkus Reviews 
 
"A must-read for anyone feeling trapped by their choices and thinking there's no hope!"  
- Dr. Eric Wood, ND 
What if you were told you had 90 days to live? 
For Rodney and Paige Stamps, Rodney's "out-of-the-blue" cancer diagnosis quickly turned a normally hypothetical question horribly real. 
When Paige met Rodney, a nationally touring heavy-metal drummer, they both fell hard. Rodney swapped his drumsticks for marriage, family, a job, and then, his own business.  
The '90-Days' diagnosis hit just as their business was starting to soar. 
"You're going to die" was the solemn verdict from numerous MDs, who promised only to briefly extend Rodney's life. With both a growing family and business, and so much living still to do, Rodney's response to the no-hope prognosis? "I don't think so." 
90 Days to Live recounts the Stamps' incredible and inspirational journey to find an alternative "answer to cancer" In the end..  
They'd beaten the cancer and built a million dollar business. 
While his weight dropped from 190 to 138 lbs., Rodney and Paige explored countless cancer "cures" of widely varying value. They even exposed a scam treatment being peddled by a mob boss—crossing paths with the FDA and FBI!  
Alternately heart-wrenching and heartwarming—and delivered in an engaging dual-author format—90 Days to Live will speak to anyone struggling with an "incurable" disease, building a business under trying circumstances, or anyone who just loves a good old-fashioned, "beating-the-odds" story.
Available since: 12/13/2018.

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