How To Get A Free Copy Of Cancer – What Now?

Eight Years Cancer Free – and I’m feeling great.

November 2004 was the darkest period of my life. To be diagnosed with cancer – colorectal, stage 3 bowel cancer was a life-changing, life threatening episode no-one would wish on their worst enemy.

Despite the bleak days that ran into weeks then months I came through bloodied but unbowed.

My doctors, nurses, other health care specialists, my family, my wife – especially my wife, lead me through a long, dark and at times terrifying tunnel to the light at the other end.

Cancer – What Now? DVD – 10 copies to give away

Not a day goes by that I don’t give thanks for being given a second chance.  It’s both sobering and humbling to think of those who have contracted cancer who have not been so lucky.

I try to give back – I regularly give talks to cancer support groups and organisations who want to hear my story.

I’m an ambassador for Cancer CouncilSAin all its wonderful work.

I made a DVD Cancer – What Now? with Cancer CouncilSA to help people dealing with cancer to give them back some control of their lives. But whatever I do somehow it never seems to be enough.

Two years ago I wrote an article on 6 Years Cancer Free – the sentiments are just as pertinent today, perhaps more so.

On the 8th anniversary  I want to give away copies of Cancer – What Now? so for the first 10 people to reply on Facebook or My blog The Good Innings I will give you a copy and send it to you post and handling free.

Nobody really wants a DVD dealing with cancer because if you do, it means you, or someone close to you is having to deal with the hideous disease.

If you have the need for Cancer – What Now? just leave a reply below and be among the first ten for a complementary copy.


15 thoughts on “How To Get A Free Copy Of Cancer – What Now?

  1. Fran Grigg

    As a cancer sufferer myself and still going through the treatments for the past 18 months I feel I need all the help I can get. The saddest part is losing friends that no longer want to know you whilst going through the journey.

    1. wellmaxx Post author

      Hi Fran, It’s sad but some people find it very hard to face friends with life threatening illnesses. I think they’re really fearing their own mortality. But true friends will always be there. I would like to give you a copy of Cancer – What Now? Just email your postal details to

  2. Margie Lindley

    My best friend has just been diagnosed with Bowel Cancer after doing the simple test sent through the post. She had to have a colonoscopy and now has had surgery but with the news lymph nodes are malignant. She isn’t coping at all well and in that dark tunnel. I want to help her so much and think your DVD would help us both – me to be a support and her to assist her to cope and know there is life at the end of the tunnel.

  3. Raelene Craig

    I know of a few friends recently diagnosed with cancer, one with bowel cancer. My brother-in-law diagnosed with throat cancer about 7 years ago and is now going strong…thank goodness. I cant imagine the black cloud that over hangs their heads each day. The sooner we find a cure for cancer the better life would be.

  4. Irena Dangov

    Hi Graeme,

    I met you whilst you were filming your dvd. I am a friend of Elena’s and she recommended me to do some filming at your house. I now have not one but two very close friends with cancer. One has just had a full mastectomy and the other is going through another round of chemo for lung cancer. If you do have a spare copy of your dvd I would love to be able to share it with my friends. Very glad that you are still well and recovered from your ordeal. Warm regards Irena

  5. Louise Fairbairn

    My husband recently had treatment for 2 different cancers. Id love to read the book to see how you dealt with cancer and maybe help us.
    Cheers Louise

  6. kevin.willoughby

    I lost my daughter Tina from breast cancer in 2008 , she is always in my thoughts and I miss her dearly .


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