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Review this book: The pink unicorns of male breast cancer

Review this book. The pink unicorns of male breast cancer. Alan Herbert is a West London born, ex forces, motorcycle riding, all action grandfather who now lives in The Netherlands with his family. In 2012, he was diagnosed with breast cancer. Alan vividly describes his battle with cancer and the often-absurd situations he finds himself in. Follow Alan’s courageous story that shows not only the determination, but the admirable spirit of a man who battled and survived. An inspirational, gripping, and down-to-earth story written from a man’s point of view.

Apply before: Thursday 6 September 2018

You need to be 18 years old or over to apply for this opportunity.

You need to have experience of cancer to apply for this opportunity.

What we're looking for

  • Experience of cancer (patient, carer, family member or friend)
  • A love of reading
  • Critical skills - prepared to be honest, but fair
  • Enthusiasm for volunteering with Macmillan

What you can gain from this opportunity

  • Read a book about cancer and improve your knowledge
  • Help improve the quality of books stocked in our cancer centres/libraries
  • Help others affected by cancer choose what to read and what to avoid
  • Become part of the Macmillan volunteering community
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