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We believe that when you're dealing with a cancer diagnosis, it's beneficial to read a variety of perspectives about how others have dealt with cancer or what advice they would share. We've come up with a list of select books that we recommend for patients, caregivers, children and teens. Do you know of a book we should list here? Let us know.

Books for Children

Whether a child sees a loved one going through treatment or if they have been diagnosed with cancer themselves, dealing with cancer can be a scary experience.

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Books for Teens

Being a teenager can already be a time of growing pains and social challenges. Enter in a cancer diagnosis and life becomes all that more complicated.

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Books for Parents

Whether you are a parent of a child who has cancer or if you are the cancer patient, you need to be able to have all the tools available to you to help you and your child navigate this new "normal".

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Books for Adult Patients and Their Caregivers

Dealing with a cancer diagnosis, treatment or long-term survival issues can sometimes be overwhelming or confusing. If you are an adult patient or the caregiver of an adult patient, there are books that can help you find ways to better manage your new responsibilities.

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last updated on Friday, February 18, 2011
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