Lawrence Wray is one of the few people on this world who has had cancer seventeen times, yet survived.
In his book 'Cancerology' he describes how he not only coped with treatment, but thrived with treatment.
Five times he has been given only months to live.
One time he was given only three days to live.
He lives.
In 2022 he launched 'Cancerology' which is his book about how to get through treatment and avoid some of the most common problems associated with chemotherapy.
He learnt the hard way, so you don't have to.
He has had non-Hodgkin disease four times. Stage four, grade four, in his spleen liver and heart.
He has had cancer seventeen times since 2002.
He has had cancer in his spleen, liver, heart, colon, lymphatic system, colon, kidney, and bladder.
He should be dead, but... he isn't.
Non-Hodgkin disease four times, bladder cancer twelve times, and kidney cancer once when his left kidney was removed.
It's unreal.
Since the initial diagnosis, Lawrence has helped others through his blog and personal appearances at various cancer meetings arranged by hospitals and cancer charities. 
He says, "The bottom line is, you have no idea what will happen, but... you have to participate in your own cure."
There are no guarantees, but if you give up, it's probably game-over. 
There are no guarantees, but if you fight like your life depends on it (which it does), there is a potentiality you can make a difference.
Yeah, it's not guaranteed, but... it worked for him. Go figure.
If you have cancer or know someone who has, Cancerology will help.
It ain't over, till it's over, and you have more influence on the outcome than you realise.