Jen Coken's second edition of When I Die Take My Panties is timed to World Ovarian Cancer Day, May 8
- How to find humor in the darkest topics.
- New research shows that ovarian cancer starts in the fallopian tubes, giving hope to young women who get diagnosed and want to start a family later in life.
- How to B.E.A.T ovarian cancer by learning its symptoms: persistent bloating, feeling full while eating less, abdominal or back pain and trouble with bowels and bladder.
- How to get your doctor to listen.
- Why every woman is at risk and Jewish women are ten times more likely to be diagnosed with it.
"Coken's debut memoir provides a close-up and, at times, funny view of dealing with the illness and death of her mother while her own life continued on. The relatable content and all-too-familiar story line make this an easy book to engage with....and Coken's honesty is genuine."- Publisher's Weekly