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Highly Commended!

November 20, 2010

We’re delighted to announce that ‘Brenda’s Easy-to-swallow Cookbook’ won the ‘Highly Commended’ prize, in the best charitable initiative category, at the Pfizer Excellence in Oncology Awards 2010.

Dr Vinod Joshi, the founder of the Mouth Cancer Foundation says “Brenda’s Easy to Swallow Cookbook has already enhanced the lives of hundreds of head and neck cancer patients and survivors. The recipes offer a varied, appetizing and nutritional diet. Working with the Brady family to carry on Brenda’s legacy has been a real privilege; we are thrilled and honoured to receive such a widely recognised award.”

Brenda’s husband John, of Consilience Media, says: “We carried on Brenda’s work to get the book published partly to give us  a goal to achieve but also to mark the wonderful contribution Brenda made to the lives of people who knew her. To win an award for Brenda’s book is fantastic. We only wish she was here to receive the award for all her efforts. We hope the sales of the book will continue to add to the £15,000 Brenda raised for the Mouth Cancer Foundation.”

2 Comments leave one →
  1. Maggie dalton permalink
    August 30, 2012 2:19 pm

    What a great Idea.. I will definately purchase this book. My husband is a survivor of throat cancer and the journey has been incredibly tough – not least because of the difficulty of finding interesting and easy to eat food recipies – I thank Brenda and her husband for their wonderful contribution to help mouth cancer patients.

    • September 2, 2012 10:16 pm

      Thanks Maggie, good luck to you both and I hope you enjoy the book and find it useful

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