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Harold Kushner, a Jewish rabbi facing his own child's fatal illness provides a practical and compassionate answer that has appealed to millions of readers across all religious creeds.
Discusses the questions, fears and fantasies many children experience when a parent or someone close to them dies
A picture book for young children by a 10 year old girl whose mother was diagnosed with cancer when she was 7.
The non-malignant brain tumour handbook is written for a patient's perspective, but is a tool for anyone affected by a brain tumour diagnosis including loved ones and family members.
"A Caregiver's Guide present family caregivers the medical and nursing information they will need in clear, easily understood language. This will help them to understand the journey upon which their loved ones have embarked, to become effective, informed members of the palliative care team and to p…
Offers hope and practical advice for working through the physical and psychological issues associated with living with cancer and mastering the intricacies of the healthcare system.
Cancer care specialists answer questions concerning a cancer patient's physical, psychological, and spiritual needs. Includes understanding cancer and its treatments; chemotherapy and bone marrow transplant side effects; stress and cancer; the will to live; spirituality; sexuality; nutrition; and r…