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Cancer in adolescence : incidence and policy issues by Jeremy Whelan and Lorna Fern ; The physical and emotional impact of cancer in adolescents and young adults by Daniel Kelly ; The impact of cancer on parents and families by Anne Grinyer ; The impact of adolescent cancer on healthcare profession…
Cancer statistics for young adults aged 20-44 in Canada.
"A diagnosis of cancer is devastating at any age. For teenagers and young adults, it presents a unique challenge both socially and emotionally ... In the pages of this book, I share those stories and strategies, in an effort to provide a guide through the emotional roller coaster that is cancer tre…
Provides basic consumer health information for teens about cancer risk factors, prevention, and treatment, along with strategies for coping with cancer in families.
Includes a theoretical overview, clinical approaches with children and adolescents, and special losses.
What is death? Where do we go when we die? What happens to our bodies? These are some the many questions children may have when a loved one dies. The Big D helps parents talk about death and offers answers to help families through this difficult time. - Cover
A customizable tool to use when talking with children ages two to six years old about a parent or grandparent who has cancer. Pages can be selected to address the family's specific situation including diagnosis, treatment, hospitalization, recurrence and, if need be, end of life.