A Kamloops story of living with brain cancer

Kamloops author Melanie Pouliot (courtesy CBC)
Marc Pouliot was only twelve when he was diagnosed with brain cancer.
Though there was little hope for recovery
,  Marc and his family never gave up on life.
Marc's mom Melanie has written a book,
called "Life through the eyes of an Hourglass-living with terminal brain cancer."

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