Book launch October 1st | All proceeds of the book will be donated to breast cancer survivor teams in Canada
Among those affected by it, breast cancer is often compared to a dragon. How each woman lives with the dragon differs. For some, it becomes a doorway to a richer perspective on life, presenting new purpose for a fresh future. For others,
it is a beast to be slain.
Recommended reading related to Dragon boating and breast cancer :
The Effectiveness of the Sport "Dragon Boat Racing" in Reducing the Risk of Lymphedema Incidence: An Observational Study by Laura Iacorossi, Francesca Gambalunga, Simona Molinaro, Rosaria De Domenico, Diana Giannarelli, Alessandra Fabi, Jul/Aug 2019
The difference is more than floating: factors affecting breast cancer survivors' decisions to join and maintain participation in dragon boat teams and support groupsby Meghan H McDonough , Michelle C Patterson , Beth B Weisenbach, Sarah Ullrich-French, Catherine M Sabiston Jul 2019
Dragon boat racing and health-related quality of life of breast cancer survivors: a mixed methods evaluation by Heather A Ray, Maria J Verhoef Aug 2013
The development of social relationships, social support, and posttraumatic growth in a dragon boating team for breast cancer survivors by Meghan H McDonough, Catherine M Sabiston, Sarah Ullrich-French Oct 2011
Psychosocial experiences of breast cancer survivors involved in a dragon boat program: exploring links to positive psychological growth by Catherine M Sabiston, Meghan H McDonough, Peter R E Crocker Aug 2007
In the eye of the dragon: women's experience of breast cancer and the occupation of dragon boat racingby Anita M Unruh, Natalie Elvin Jun 2004
Abreast in a Boat – a race against breast cancer by McKenzie, Donald C. Aug 1998. Canadian Medical Association Journal. 159 (4): 376–378.