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About the Author: Dana Brantley-Sieders, PhD, has been a biomedical breast cancer researcher for over twenty years, investigating molecular mechanisms that regulate breast cancer growth and metastasis. She is also an author, advocate, and breast cancer survivor. She resides in Nashville, Tennessee.
Name: Dana Brantley Sieders, PhD
Literary Agent: Barbara Collins-Rosenberg
Editor: Suzanne Staszak-Silva, Rowman &
Headline: Talking to My Tatas: All You Need to Know from a Breast Cancer Researcher and Survivor provides accessible science and health information for the love of your boobs, especially when they have cancer.
Short Synopsis: Talking To My Tatas gives breast cancer patients and survivors easy access to the latest science from breast cancer researcher and survivor Dana Brantley-Sieders. From surgery, tumor genomic testing, and cutting-edge therapies to mental health, sexual health, and avoiding pseudoscience scams, she delivers the goods with a side of humor and hope.
Contact Details: For more information or to request an ARC or review copy, contact Dana Brantley-Sieders, email@example.com
Features Angle: Based on a true story from the laboratory bench to her own bedside, Dr. Brantley-Sieders demystifies breast cancer by providing accessible science and health information for the more than three-hundred thousand people diagnosed with this disease each year in the United States and their caregivers, as well as patients and survivors around the world.
Book Details: Publication Date: February 8, 2022
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
Price: Hardback $36, eBook $24
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