Surviving non-Hodgkins lymphoma, melanoma, and prostate cancer, former White House chief-of-staff Hamilton Jordan shares his personal and political reflections--from his experiences with the Civil Rights movement to his civilian volunteer tour in Vietnam, from his years of scrutiny under the Carter administration to his agonizing, yet triumphant times battling cancer.
"More politics than cancer"
Since serving as President Jimmy Carter's chief of staff in the late 1970s, Hamilton Jordan has survived three forms of cancer: non-Hodgkins lymphoma, melanoma, and prostate cancer. In this remarkable memoir, Jordan recounts his tumultuous adventures in the political arena and his successful journeys through the world of modern cancer treatment.
"Autobiographical account of cancer treatments"
Hey all, this is a continuation of the best-selling parody of Jimmy Fallon's Thank You Notes.
If you enjoy his humor, you'll love ours. This audiobook is chock full of things that just really piss people off. So vent with the authors and join in the party.