You’d talk to more than one tradesman about your house, so why don’t we do the same when it comes to our health?
Three Quotes from a Plumber: How a Second Opinion Changed the Life of a Woman with a Brain Tumour is the inspiring story of Sally White, wife and mother of two young boys, who has written about her experiences following being diagnosed with a brain tumour in 2007.
The story explores her challenges with the medical profession, her adventures with alternative therapies and details how she tackled a life-threatening tumour while still being a mother and a partner to her husband, David.
After twelve months of MRI scans and waiting around for the worst to happen, Sally had to do something. But what? One day, she bumps into internationally renowned neurosurgeon Dr. Charlie Teo. He suggests she should seek a second opinion and in doing so changes Sally’s life forever.
That chance encounter and her younger son blurting out in tears one night, “Nothing’s the same. We never have white bread anymore!” start her on the road to recovery.
This is a book that will inspire many others faced with a similar fate to face their worst fears and get on with the business of living.
Some of the profits from the sales of this book are being donated to the Cure For Life Foundation™ which is devoted to saving lives of people suffering from brain tumours, through advances in research, treatment and education in neurosurgery.