Susan Keller is the author of Blood Brother: A Memoir. Articles about her story of hope and survival have been widely published. She is a monthly blogger for Psychology Today and CURE Magazine. Susan is a presenter at Dominican University and a CME-presenter to the staff at Stanford Cancer Center.
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Susan Keller enjoyed a 30-year career as an award-winning medical and science writer. Her poetry won prizes in regional and national contests. She has a degree in Public Health and Immunology from U. C. Berkeley. This background in science as well as poetry makes the voice in her first book, Blood Brother: A Memoir, both lyric as well as credible.
Articles about her story of hope and survival have been published in: Psychology Today; Conquer: The Patient Voice; two Guideposts Magazines; Patient Power; and several newspapers. She is a monthly blog contributor to Psychology Today and CURE Magazine. Susan is a presenter at Dominican University and at Stanford Cancer Center. All links available at her website.
She is currently working on a novel entitled Flask.
Susan lives in the Bay Area with her husband, Daniel.