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Kids' Cancer Pages 3rd Edition By Children's Cancer Association
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The Children’s Cancer Association's Kids' Cancer Pages is the first-ever national resource directory on childhood cancer, recognized by the National Cancer Institute as “the most... More > comprehensive guide for families currently available.” For families battling pediatric cancer – and the medical professionals who care for them, our Kids’ Cancer Pages directory is a vital support tool.< Less
Kids' Cancer Pages 3rd Edition By Children's Cancer Association
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The Children’s Cancer Association's Kids' Cancer Pages is the first-ever national resource directory on childhood cancer, recognized by the National Cancer Institute as “the most... More > comprehensive guide for families currently available.” For families battling pediatric cancer – and the medical professionals who care for them, our Kids’ Cancer Pages directory is a vital support tool.< Less
Lung Cancer for Patients By Harsha Vardhan
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This book helps in patients understanding various aspects of lung cancer and its management.
The Cancer Card: Dealing with a Diagnosis By Karen Van de Water
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Karen Van de Water was a forty-seven-year-old healthy, nonsmoker with no family history of cancer when she learned she had lung cancer. A malignant tumor the size of a small hand grenade was lodged... More > in her left lung. Suddenly, her life changed forever. She was pummeled physically, emotionally, psychologically, and spiritually. In The Cancer Card, Van de Water shares the story of her personal journey—from lung cancer diagnosis through surgery, chemotherapy, hair loss, and recovery. Inspiring, candid, and motivating, she offers helpful, clear, and concise tips, advice, and information for every step of the process for both the patient and the support team. Part memoir and part handbook, The Cancer Card includes a comprehensive listing of resources and terminology that equips the patient with crucial information and support service options. This easy-to-read book shares essential information for everyone faced with any form of cancer and all who love them.< Less
The Cancer Card: Dealing With a Diagnosis By Karen Van de Water
eBook (ePub): $8.99
Karen Van de Water was a forty-seven-year-old healthy, nonsmoker with no family history of cancer when she learned she had lung cancer. A malignant tumor the size of a small hand grenade was lodged... More > in her left lung. Suddenly, her life changed forever. She was pummeled physically, emotionally, psychologically, and spiritually. In The Cancer Card, Van de Water shares the story of her personal journey—from lung cancer diagnosis through surgery, chemotherapy, hair loss, and recovery. Inspiring, candid, and motivating, she offers helpful, clear, and concise tips, advice, and information for every step of the process for both the patient and the support team. Part memoir and part handbook, The Cancer Card includes a comprehensive listing of resources and terminology that equips the patient with crucial information and support service options. This easy-to-read book shares essential information for everyone faced with any form of cancer and all who love them.< Less
Digital Cancer Secret - AAA+++ By Mic Mic
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This Book Is One Of The Most Valuable Resources In The World When It Comes To The Damaging Facts About Computer Viruses! Dear Friend, Is the fact that you would like to protect your digital... More > devices but just don't know how making your life difficult... maybe even miserable? Does it seem like you’ve tried everything in your power to figure it out, and yet, despite your best intentions, you’re still plagued with: • Not knowing how to even get started • Not understanding even where to start with malware • Not knowing how to identify the right ant-virus program If this describes you, then you are in luck today...< Less
Finding the "CAN" in Cancer By Nancy Emerson, Pam Leight, Susan Moonan,Terri Schinazi
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A compelling handbook for cancer patients, their families, and friends. Four long-term survivors, with more than 70 years of collective experience dealing with cancer, have put together a guidebook... More > to help others who face this illness. The authors combine personal stories and experiences with practical tips for coping with side effects, information on tests and procedures, emotional and spiritual encouragement, and advice on how to let others help during this difficult time. "This book is many things: a pragmatic and practical handbook on dealing with the details of cancer treatment; a book with helpful and inspirational vignettes; and most of all, a story of friends...each exemplifies a depth of resourcefulness and optimism that has sustained them through the roughest of times." P. Kelly Marcom, MD Director, Breast Medical Oncology and Hereditary Cancer Clinic Duke University Comprehensive Cancer Center< Less
The Sharing of Stories by Cancer Survivors: Implications for American Indian Cancer Survivors By Joseph Quintana
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The analysis of resources available to Native American cancer survivors for sharing their stories/ personal experience. Such narratives could prove to have medicinal or therapeutic qualities that... More > lead to a form of healing both for the individual and the Native American community affected by the disease.< Less
HOW TO LIVE WELL WITH PROSTATE CANCER By Jim Boulden
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A hospice award-winning author with 13 years experience living with prostate cancer, both personally and as a hospice volunteer, developed this workbook for senior readers. The presentation addresses... More > the emotional and psychological challenges of prostate cancer rather than the medical treatment of the disease. Contents include: Opportunity knocks, The winds of change, Taking charge, Physical intimacy, Finding peace, Living the good life, Now is good, Resources, Relating to partners. Revised June, 2013.< Less
Help for Hypochondriasis: A Guide to Understanding, Treatment, and Resources By Pernilla Schweitzer et al.
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This booklet was written by the Heightened Illness Concern Research Team of Columbia University. We have been studying ways to help people who suffer with illness anxiety for over 20 years, using... More > both psychological and medical approaches. This booklet is meant to serve as a guide for patients, their families, and their friends. It contains information on the history and diagnosis of hypochondriasis, as well as a description of other problems that often occur along with hypochondriasis. Further sections discuss current treatment options for hypochondriasis and resources for addressing it. Finally, we have included anonymous patient narratives that provide insight into the life of people living with hypochondriasis. It is the hope of the Heightened Illness Concern Research Team that this booklet will serve to raise awareness about a condition that is extremely disabling and yet frequently goes unrecognized or untreated.< Less