I will try and sort that out for you, in the mean time set up an account on the Mac site and let me have you user name as I do have someone in mind.
Steve could you possibly introduce me to a woman who has esophagus cancer?
Still can't find anyone. Checked out your support group but you must join before you can get and information.
Also your book do you donate them to cancer patients? I know like Lance Armstrong donates his to us and they are full of info. So if anyone would like his book all you have to do is send proof of cancer and you will receive 2 of his books. If not would I be able to find yours at the public library?
There seem to me parts of your question appearing and dispreading, probably just a glitch in the system.
I think all sites operate on a similar basis, meaning you can read all posts but if you want to post your own content or read other members profiles you need to open a user account in a similar way to WhatNext. The UK Macmillan Cancer charity site is on par with your American Cancer Society. Your library should be able to get you a copy of the book if you give them the ISBN number 978-0-7552-1371. I have registered it with the British Library but I think there is a 50 pence charge here in the UK for the first person to order it into their local library. I really don't think anyone will hold many stocks of books like mine unless that person is someone really famous. For me it's all about getting my words out there in the hope that my experience may be of some help to others even after I am gone, and was the motivation to self publish, in order that I was still around to see my words put into print.