Mom Writes Book to Help Change the Direction Of Cancer

13 Jun

Mom Writes Book to Help Change the Direction Of Cancer

Author, Lacha’ J. Mitchell featured in the new anthology, Never Would Have Made It


(LOS ANGELES, CA,) — eMediaCampaigns!– JUN 18, 2009 — Can inspiration change the direction of cancer? Some might scoff, but author, Lacha’ J. Mitchell knows better. Often referred to as a “cancer survivor,” Lacha’ J. Mitchell is in truth, a cancer thriver. That’s because there’s no stopping her. After battling and winning a 5-year bout with cancer, she is making an indelible mark to encourage and enlighten others on the subject with the written and spoken word.

Readers will find Mitchell’s journey particularly inspiring. After being diagnosed at 32 years-old with stage I Invasive Carcinoma, she went through the grueling, painful, and long suffering treatments most cancer patients do. However, while being treated she faced a terrifying and unexpected obstacle. Her then, 10-year old daughter was diagnosed with Hodgkins Lymphoma, a type of cancer that starts in lymphatic tissue.

Today, Lacha’ Mitchell is making waves as a inspirational speaker and contributing author of the soon-to-be-bestseller, Never Would Have Made It: A Testimony of What God Has Done In My Life (Tranquil Moments, 2009). Her powerful testimony is entitled, Restoration. It chronicles how faith and a partnership with God lead to a mother daughter beating cancer. Never Would Have Made It is available for purchase at Ms. Mitchell can be contacted at

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