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Four Hot Chips - one family's story about childhood cancer, how they survived and how they nearly didn't. The day starts as any other day starts. With the utterance of a few words, Jo-Ann and David Capp’s world was then shattered when their six-year-old son was diagnosed with cancer. His sister was only eight. As Reid’s health deteriorated, so did the health of Jo and David’s marriage. Would there be a point of no return? With brutal honesty, Jo-Ann takes stock of her role within the relationships she has with those around her, and makes changes, one at a time.

©2016 Jo-Ann Capp (P)2020 Jo-Ann Capp

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  • 28-12-2020

Fellow RM

As a fellow onc mom, it was hard but reassuring to hear all the similarities in our stories. My 7yo daughter has had ALL (Leukemia) off and on over the last 4 years and is about to undergo second bone marrow transplant. The struggles told here are so real and raw. Sadly, cancer is a cancer to not only the patient but also spreads to the family and friends around them. Our sweet, innocent children should never have to endure these horrors (nor should anyone).

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