Janie Brown (c) Genevieve Russell

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Janie Brown was born in Epsom, England and raised in Glasgow, Scotland. She has Master’s degrees in psychology and nursing and has worked for over 30 years as an oncology nurse and counsellor.

In 1997, Janie founded the non-profit organisation The Callanish Society, which provides retreats and support programs for people irrevocably changed by cancer.

Janie’s first book, Radical Acts of Love, is published by Canongate.

Image (c) Genevieve Russell

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