Lynn Redgrave: Actor and breast cancer survivor: “A hopeful, informative and deeply emotional walk through the world of breast cancer.”

Marisa Arocella Marchetto, author of Cancer Vixen: I salute Cindy Papale for transforming the "v" word from "Victim" to "Vixen", and for using her creativity and transform the life-threatening into something very life-affirming.

Dr. Pedro J. Greer, Jr., F.A.C.P., F.A.C.G., author of,Waking Up In America. This book is a wonderful read. It is not just a story of Cindy and how she dealt with her cancer or a book about prevention and treatments, but more than that, a wonderful ride on the Papale philosophy of life. Read the book, follow its recommendations and we will all live better.

Mari Secada. President of Secada Productions Inc. and wife to singer/songwriter Jon Secada. When I was asked to read this book The Empty Cup Runneth Over, I wondered why me? I'm a believer that everything in life happens for a reason. As a woman, daughter, wife and most importantly as a mother I needed to know this information, especially at this time in my life. This book is one that all women have to read. As a mother I felt so much compassion for all young women who took part in this book by giving their personal testimonials in fighting breast cancer.

My heart goes out to them, may they continue with the same courage they fought this disease with and may they live their lives to the fullest. I myself have learned from them. To Cindy & Sabrina may God bless you both for writing this book. We needed a book that was simple to read & understand about this horrible disease that is taking so many of our (mother's, daughters, sister's, aunts, grandmothers, wives & friends) from this world! A must read! Thank you!

Vince Papale, former Philadelphia Eagle and author to the book and movie, Invincible : In my days during and after football I found out the hard way one that no one is truly Invincible. When I heard from my doctor that I had cancer I felt as if I had just received the biggest blow I ever received on or off the field. As Cindy so passionately recalls in her book I ran through the whole gamut of emotions as well! The Empty Cup Runneth Over is a great read, and a must read … survivor or not. Told from the heart, with humor and sincerity, Cindy takes you on an unforgettable journey from prevention to survival. Added to her personal account is tremendous advice from experts in the field. Cindy’s dream, like ours, is to find the cure. Too many of us have paid the ultimate price to make this dream come true. Don’t miss out on reading The Empty Cup Runneth Over.

Sandra Peebles, Health and Lifestyle Reporter, UNIVISION 23, Miami, Florida: The Empty Cup Runneth Over is an excellent guide through the dark and difficult experience of dealing with breast cancer. The authors offer a unique step by step guide not only through the medical experience, but through the emotional challenges as well. Perhaps the best thing this book has to offer is that it teaches the "victim" to take control and be a strong informed survivor.

Diana Gonzalez, Health Reporter NBC 6, Miami Florida: The Empty Cup Runneth Over is full of important information for all women. From experts explaining treatment options, to women sharing their personal experiences, this book will help promote a better understanding of the many issues involved in dealing with breast cancer.

Tracy Wilson Mourning, Founder to the Honey Shine Mentoring Program: "It has truly been an eye opening experience to share in the journey that has brought Cindy and Sabrina to this place. They are courageous women who have been led to teach us the importance of perseverance and understanding. Cindy and Sabrina are women of amazing courage and strength. It is a blessing to see how life’s lessons have led them to make a difference in the lives of so many. I am forever grateful for their friendship and honesty, continued blessings always”.

Cristie Kerr, LPGA Professional and daughter of breast cancer survivor: When my mother was diagnosed with breast cancer I was 23 years old. We all had a lot of anxiety and wanted answers “now”. Cindy’s book provides step by step of what to expect and is a great resource for young people who are afraid to ask why, when, or how. Fortunately, for my mother, her breast cancer was caught early and she is now cancer free. When we are all educted about the disease we are much closer to bringing it to an end.

Ellen Jaffe, Afternoon Host/Assistant Program Director, 101.5 LITE FM Radio, Miami, Florida: "When you meet Cindy Papale, you would never know she's a breast cancer survivor. She's positive, joyful, and incredibly generous in giving her time and energy to something she cares very much about - informing young women about the real risks of breast cancer. In The Empty Cup Runneth Over, Cindy has brought together some of the leading experts in the medical field to offer the latest information about breast cance r- what to watch for, how to determine when an exam is necessary, and what to do when, in the worst-case scenario, you hear the words 'It's malignant.' Going beyond just technical information, Cindy has brought together a number of young women to share their personal stories - women who would never expect to receive a cancer diagnosis, but in astonishing numbers are increasingly facing this devastating disease. We can all learn from their courage, their ability to overcome fear, and the tough decisions they've had to make between physical appearance or family and life. We also learn cancer has no boundaries and no age limits - any one of us could face the same diagnosis. The Empty Cup Runneth Over is an invaluable guide for all women and a source of inspiration to anyone who has had to deal with the challenge life brings. It is Cindy's gift to us... and one we should treasure.