Mark Nouillan is a three time cancer survivor, who has penned his experiences with cancer in his book, Cancer Bravehearts where he recounts his introduction as a teenager to the devastating nature of the disease.
How he has fought through the illness from those formative years and how it shaped his life.
Mark wrote the book on his iPhone while being debilitated going through cancer for a second time with breast cancer in 2013.
Now giving seminars with Cancer Bravehearts he draws on the knowledge he has gained as the World’s longest surviving bone marrow transplant patient, having survived over 34 years since the procedure.
During his treatment for breast cancer he had to endure even more chemotherapy and radiation, which combined with previous treatments in his teens meant that Mark has received more chemo and radiation than has ever been administered to patients in the modern day era of treatment.
He encourages all who read his words to learn from his trials and tribulations while going through cancer.
It is his belief that cancer is not a death sentence but a wonderful new opportunity to experience life in a way that you may never viewed it before.
He hopes his book and seminars are a source of encouragement and inspiration for all.
Mark is a native of Glasgow, Scotland and has been a professional photographer with over 30 years experience, having won "Scottish National Photographer Of The Year" and "Royal Photographer Of The Year" awards for his photography of Princess Diana, The Queen, and other notable members of the Royal Family in the United Kingdom.
Mark has also been "Chief Photographer" with award winning magazines and received national and international awards in recognition for his images of many of the worlds most famous stars and celebrities.
Mark now resides in California with his wife Robin, and family, where he has lived since 2000.