Book Review | Life, on the Line: Chef...

Book Review | Life, on the Line: Chef's hopeful memoir not solely for foodies | The Columbus Disp...

There are 1 comment on the Columbus Dispatch story from Mar 3, 2011, titled Book Review | Life, on the Line: Chef's hopeful memoir not solely for foodies | The Columbus Disp.... In it, Columbus Dispatch reports that:

Grant Achatz had already won acclaim as one of the nation's top chefs when, four years ago, at 33, he learned that he had advanced cancer of the tongue.

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Genevieve Faehnle

New York, NY

#1 Mar 4, 2011
As the Board Chair of The Joan Levy Bisesi Foundation for Head and Neck Oncology Research, this is an incredible story. Joan's cancer started the same way on her tongue. The book is an incredible read and a story of hope and inspiration.

A Thank You to Grant for telling his story. For more information on the foundation go to joansfund.org

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