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Includes psycho-social issues associated with living with cancer, including coping with emotions and concerns and ways for family members and friends to support the patient.
This book is comprised of a series columns by Sue Hendler which appeared bi-weekly in her hometown newspaper, The Kingston Whig-Standard, between 2008 - 2009.
Living with Cancer: A Report on the Patient Experience, is the first in a series looking at Canadian cancer care exclusively from the patient perspective, illustrating the experience of those individuals and families living with and beyond cancer. This groundbreaking report includes data drawn from…
A cancer survivor takes a unique spin on things and talks about all relatable aspects of cancer with a light, humorous and honest approach... written with a vision to reach all types of cancer survivors so that not one person should grieve alone. - Cover.
The articles are written by doctors, nurses, caregivers, community leaders and celebrities etc. who are well-known to people in or from Hong Kong. They share their personal experiences on how they cope, what's the meaning of good death (and good living) to both patients and caregivers
For people recently diagnosed with cancer or living with cancer, their families and friends
v.1: Transform anxiety ; Peaceful perspective ; v.2: Walking meditation ; Affirmations
Review published in "Abreast in the West" vol. 9, no.3 Summer 2008
"This book is designed for children, aged 5 - 9 who have a family member with cancer. It was designed as a place for them to learn about cancer and ways of coping when cancer comes to the family."
Full conference information obtained from the Annual cancer conference program and abstracts. See ID# 17684 (QZ200 B366 2008)
A picture book for young children by a 10 year old girl whose mother was diagnosed with cancer when she was 7.