Book ReviewsBreast CancerSurvivorship
By Rhonda Eyzaguirre, PhDRhonda Eyzaguirre, PhD, Jennifer DresserRhonda Eyzaguirre, PhD, Jennifer Dresser, Mari Guzman
In Hope Among Us, Rhonda, Jennifer, and Mari share their personal experiences with cancer and interview family members for their insights on how the disease affects all facets of life.
As a cancer survivor herself and caregiver to her father during his fight with lung cancer, Katie Brown provides a guide to caregivers and describes her new book, Co-Surviving Cancer: The Guide for Caregivers, Family Members and Friends of Adults Living with Cancer.
Annette McElhiney offers a liberating account of personal strength and identity following an ovarian cancer diagnosis.
Book ReviewsStress Management
By Adam Buffery
The main point in Susan Gubar's book Reading & Writing Cancer: How Words Heal is the healing nature of dealing with cancer through the written word, as Susan aptly quotes Virginia Woolf, who said, “in illness words seem to possess a mystic quality.”
Book ReviewsLung CancerPatient Stories
When Breath Becomes Air is a memoir by Dr. Paul Kalanithi that was published after his death; his wife finished the final chapter of the book.
By John Leifer
There are few journeys in life more difficult than the journey through cancer. Imagine going on a trip without knowing the destination or method of transportation, with no map to guide you, and with no planned arrival time.
In her book, Before and After Cancer Treatment: Heal Faster, Better, Stronger, Dr. Julie K. Silver reviews the best evidence for cancer survivors and cites medical experts, making science simple and easy to follow.
This book, Being Mortal: Medicine and What Matters in the End by Atul Gawande, MD, MPH, is a great starting point for patients and family members to initiate this difficult discussion.
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