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Beverlye Hyman Fead

Before being diagnosed with cancer Beverlye Hyman Fead wrote travel and sports articles and was an artist and pottery designer in many collections. She has contributed articles to Santa Barbara Magazine and the Montecito Journal as well as to a monthly column for the Third Age International Foundation. Since having lost her grandmother, mother, and both sisters to cancer writing has become her passion. Beverlye has devoted a great deal of time to cancer on many levels. After being diagnosed herself in 2002 with fourth-stage, metastasized, inoperable leiomyosarcoma, she wrote a book called I Can Do This: Living with Cancer, Tracing a Year of Hope, published by the Wellness Program of the Cancer Center of Santa Barbara.

Articles by Beverlye Hyman Fead

And The Answer Is... June 16, 2008 (Beverlye Hyman Fead) My granddaughter called me and said she wanted to do a book with me. That was two years ago. She was eight and in the second grade. She was dead serious. And not only that, it was a great idea for a book. (complete article...)