Pamela Bone was a prominent newspaper journalist and columnist when in 2004 she was diagnosed with multiple myeloma, a cancer of the bone marrow that can be treated but not cured. Dry-eyed, but often darkly humorous, Bad Hair Days describes a journey many baby boomers make, working and meeting the demands of everyday life, minus hair and under the influence of chemo, while, outside the front door, the world seems to be going to hell in a hand basket.
Bad hair days
by Bone, Pamela
Melbourne University Press, Melbourne, Vic, 2007
Categories: Cancer, Personal stories
Subjects: Cancer, Personal experiences
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