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The author of the book: Chris Geiger
Edition: CKG Publishing Ltd
Date of issue: January 3rd 2013
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Language: English
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Bad Cells is a collection of Chris Geiger’s witty and thought-provoking newspaper columns. His weekly column rapidly grew in popularity, eventually earning him the prestigious Columnist of the Year award.

He writes about such random subjects as our attitude towards breasts, dog walkers, death, high fibre diets, cosmetic surgery, car alarms, prostate examinations, the Queen’s speech, celebrities, assisted suicide and oral sex. Other observations include Wimbledon, doctor’s waiting rooms and suggestions that smokers are “dumb or dyslexic” for ignoring the health warnings on packets.

With an introduction and extra column written exclusively for this collection, Bad Cells is titled after a movingly reflective piece, describing his thoughts when first diagnosed and receiving treatment for cancer.

Bad Cells includes Chris Geiger’s wide-reaching Guinness World Record column, published on World Cancer Day and an excerpt of his top selling book ‘The Cancer Survivors Club’.

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Ebook Bad Cells read Online! Chris won the ‘Columnist of the Year’ award, beating paid professional journalists, for his light-hearted newspaper columns, publicising the disease and cancer issues.

He had to endure almost two years of cancer treatment, which included a number of operations, radiotherapy, chemotherapy and a bone marrow transplant, before he was finally in remission.

Other projects to raise awareness include writing a newspaper feature on World Cancer Day, in which he received a Guinness World Record for the ‘Most Published Newspaper Article’; other challenges include running the London Marathon.

Chris wrote The Cancer Survivors Club to inspire and encourage everyone touched by cancer. In his spare time, Chris is continuing his research into the myths and merits of complementary and alternative cancer treatments. Having located almost 2,000 alleged 'cancer cures', he is exploring if these so-called 'Miracle Cures' really do work, or whether desperate, vulnerable cancer patients are simply being taken advantage of by those wanting to make a quick financial gain.

In addition to supporting cancer patients, his other hobbies include writing, sailing, visiting bakeries and watching The Great British Bake Off. He has become an accomplished baker himself, inspired by his desire to avoid the numerous artificial additives and preservatives found in our food. He uses a methodical scientific approach to develop unusual experimental flavour combinations, to create healthy naturally leavened organic breads and Viennoiseries. In 2017, Chris fulfilled another ambition when he earned a place on the iconic Great British Bake Off show.

Chris is constantly striving to fulfil a number of personal goals. These include, sailing the Vendee Globe race, making an investigate documentary seeking evidence, if any, of the ‘Miracle Cures’ he's found really do work. Other programme projects include meeting and empowering cancer patients undergoing cancer treatment and investigating why a number of small remote communities never get cancer. He also has several fun ambitions, including taking part in 'I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here'!

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