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People who support Oops!

Thanks to everyone who has extended their support to the OOPS Project.

Send us your words of support or make a donation to help us spread the gift
of this book to everyone who would benefit from it's wisdom and guidance.

Make a donation online to Bronze Man Books at Millikin University:

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To inquire about making a large donation to support this project email Dr. Randy Brooks (rbrooks@millikin.edu) or contact Sarah Johnson.


As a healthcare providers, we do not always know what to say to a child who has cancer. The insight that Sarah provides us in this book is unique and beneficial because of her experience with cancer. Her book is a phenomenal training tool that will provide us with understanding and knowledge of how to effectively communicate. This is a book that every healthcare provider should read.

La-Kenya Kellum, MSN, RN, NE-BC
Nurse Manager
Bone Marrow Transplant Unit
St. Jude Children's Research Hospital


This book was very helpful to me. It can be challenging to know what to say to a child with cancer. Sarah does a great job presenting do's and don'ts for chatting with young cancer patients.

Bridget Sloan, 2008 Olympic Medalist


Sarah Johnson's book is an amazing eye-opener for those of us who have never been in the position of interacting with those who are dealing with cancer. I think that it's a wonderful choice for people of all ages.

Kalon Ludvigson, 8-time World Medalist & 6 time USA Gymnastics National Team Member


When I met Sarah at St. Jude's Children's Research Hospital, I was immediately greeted with her engaging smile and her enthusiasm for life! This book speaks eloquently as to how we, her St. Jude family, watched how she embraced her own journey with cancer. Sarah fought back by focusing on how she could help others. The wisdom that Sarah shares in this book, from her own personal experience, will empower those who are living with a catastrophic disease.

Penny Tramontozzi, Guest Services Representative for Volunteer Services
St. Jude Children's Research Hospital


I am so encouraged by Sarah's efforts with this extraordinary book. Her compassion to help others is tremendous and her own story of survival is one I will never forget. Sarah and I have become friends over the years, and I am so proud to see her success—and the realization of her dream to write a book explaining firsthand what young cancer patients go through. She is truly an inspiration, and I so admire the ways she lives her life to the fullest, dreams big, and helps others! Congratulations on this remarkable achievement, Sarah!

Dominique Moceanu-Canales, 1996 Olympic Gold Medalist


 

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