Cancer on the Brain

One Man's Journey of Baseball, Business, and Beating the Odds

The 2013 Next Generation Indie Book Awards Finalist Award for General Nonfiction


In Cancer on the Brain, Jay Lefevers chronicles his personal journey in dealing with first a brain tumor, and two years later, a diagnosis of lymphoma. In 2013, the Next Generation Indie Book Awards, the nation’s largest independent book awards organization, selected Cancer on the Brain as a 2013 general nonfiction finalist.

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"Cancer on the Brain" is a fantastic read -- for yourself or for someone you know. Everyone from sports coaches, baseball players, cancer survivors and the people who love them, businesspeople and entrepreneurs, and parents alike will appreciate and connect with this story of one man - a regular guy with a not-so-regular attitude -- who not only survived, but triumphed over, cancer on the brain.


Jay Lefevers takes the reader on a journey through 2 tough medical/health battles...

-- Tangry - Amazon

"Cancer on the Brain" is a must read for anyone who's life has been affected by cancer.

-- Yule17 - Amazon

Surprisingly the author never tries to push a spiritual revelation onto the reader, but instead he uses humor...

-- Coffee Addicted Writer - Amazon

An inspirational story about how to work with doctors to overcome the diagnosis of cancer.

-- mywatx - Amazon
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