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Living with Cancer

Diagnosis Cancer: Your Guide to the First Few Months of Healthy Survivorship, Expanded and Updated

The author, a physician and cancer survivor, guides patients through the first few frightening months after diagnosis.

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The Myeloma Survival Guide

The authors provide excellent practical advice to myeloma patients and their loved ones.

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Live Longer, Live Larger: A Holistic Approach for Cancer Patients and their Families

This book includes stories, exercises and tools to help patients live "longer" and more meaningfully, regardless of prognosis.

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Handbook for Mortals: Guidance for People Facing Serious Illness

This book combines insight and inspiration with practical information and suggestions for coping with critical illness.

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The Lovin' Ain't Over for Women With Cancer

A guide to better living through making informed choices regarding your relationships & maneuvering the choices during treatment

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And in Health: A Guide for Couples Facing Cancer Together

Short lessons on the main areas of concern or conflict from diagnosis to treatment and life post-treatment

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The Human Side of Cancer: Living with Hope, Coping with Uncertainty

This book provides practical and compassionate guidance for dealing with the uncertainty of a cancer diagnosis.

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Fighting Cancer with Knowledge and Hope: A Guide for Patients, Families, and Health Care Providers

Empowers patients by unlocking the mysteries of the disease and explaining in plain language the ways to confront

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Coping with the Emotional Impact of Cancer: Become an Active Patient and Take Charge of Your Treatment

How patients can maintain personal control of their lives while subject to sometimes harsh treatments

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After Cancer: A Guide to Your New Life

This book explores the practical issues and the psychosocial elements of recovery after cancer treatment.

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How to Cope Better When You Have Cancer

Dr. Penzer's journey through Cancerville began in 2005 when his 31-year-old daughter was diagnosed with breast cancer

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Cancer Etiquette: What to Say, What to Do When Someone You Know or Love Has Cancer

This book has suggestions for saying and acting on helpful, compassionate and appropriate responses when someone has cancer.

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