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Disfiguring Cancer Spurs Book
Date of Review: 
Cindy Luck
Contra Costa Times

"When he (Healey) came to grips with the fact that he needed to work on his inner self and inner scars as opposed to concentrating on the outer scars and reconstruction, it was a great message," said Danville resident Karlene Paufler after reading Healey's book.

In his professional career as speaker and businessman, Healey carries many messages. One significant point is both a message and a gift to others. He asks us to think about not judging people on the sole merit of how they look and admits that he, too, can fall into that trap.

"The fact that he recognized in himself, some of the same prejudices he was experiencing himself, shows a depth of self-reflection that was amazing for someone of his years," Carr said.