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Suitable for ages 10 and up.
"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# 20185 (QZ200 B366 2011) ; Mindfulness : tools for stress reduction and happier living by David Greenshields ; Get moving : ways for teens and young adults with cancer to stay active by Dr. Kristin…
When their mother is diagnosed with cancer, sixth grader Tim and his younger brother visit her in the hospital, learn about radiation and chemotherapy, and help with the chores at home
This DVD tells the story of six vibrant women, each intent on making a contribution through their careers. The women work at different jobs, but are alike in one important way: they are balancing the demands of a breast cancer illness and work. It explores the challenges women face in the workplac…
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.
Table of Contents ; PART I DISCOVERY AND DIAGNOSIS ; PART II RELATING TO CANCER ; PART III THE OTHER REALITIES OF PROSTATE CANCER ; PART IV A LIFETIME?S JOURNEY ; EPILOGUE
Table of Contents: ; Introduction ; Here to help ; Your child - the initial diagnosis ; Your child - coping with change ; Parents - coming to terms with your feelings ; Siblings - helping them cope too ; Communicating with your extended family and friends ; The new normal ; More information
The Bright Hour is the memoir of Nina Rigg, following a diagnosis of terminal breast cancer. "With the lyricism of poetry and a voice that never trades on simple grief, 'The Bright Hour' celebrates living -- living well, living fully -- and the transcendent combination of light and darkness that ma…