A dragon's tale


Dragons Abreast, Melbourne, Vic, 2007

Developing a dragon boat paddling program for women with breast cancer requires vision, commitment, compassion, understanding, and a mind-set that does not recognize failure. This book salutes the efforts of a group of Australian women with a singular sense of purpose. From a dream to reality, Michelle Hanton and her team have worked tirelessly to change the way breast cancer is viewed in Australia and around the world. The women (and men) featured in this book have all faced a formidable opponent and with each stroke in their dragon boat, demonstrate that they can live full, active, satisfying lives. [Foreword]

Categories: Health and Wellbeing, Motivational

Subjects: Breast cancer, Motivation, Physical activity

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Last Updated: 27 September, 2013 2:34 pm