If you or someone you love has cancer... This book is for you.
When people are diagnosed with cancer they desperately want answers to their many questions, and they need those answers now. A cancer diagnosis is an immediate call to action. Nancy Hassett Dahm gives an action plan that is easy to understand. Cancer patients, family members, and friends will have everything they need for their minds, bodies, and souls as they live through the cancer experience.
The book is presented as a thought provoking, inspirational, and powerful paradigm on how to live with the many challenges confronted by cancer patients and their families. Each chapter is a dynamic illustration in dealing with issues such as attitudes, fear, stress, pain, patient care, and matters of preserving dignity as a patient. Mind, Body, and Soul; A Guide to Living with Cancer gives practical, serious information and help that empowers readers to regain control of their lives. The book also contains a comprehensive appendix of resources for readers to access information on how to obtain free hospitalization, low-cost or free medications, free travel to clinical trials, supplies, support organizations, and much more.
Mind, Body and Soul; A Guide to Living with Cancer, was written by an experienced nurse, who has seen the entire spectrum of the many forms of cancer. She has cared for patients in the beginning, advanced, and terminal stages of their disease. This book contains the collective wisdom she has acquired over the years.
This 336-page hardcover book is beautifully designed with fine cloth, platinum foil stamping, and gloss lamination.
"I feel I know you very well. You dont know me, but I have watched you. I have walked your journey many times before. You dont know me, yet I was there
Mind, Body, and Soul".
I have dealt with the entire spectrum of cancer and its effects on the minds, bodies and souls of hundreds of cancer patients and their families. I wrote this book so that you can benefit from the knowledge and experience I have acquired over the years. It contains everything you need to know about living with cancer. It is a guide for everyone: all patients, beginning with the newly diagnosed, and all family members. It is for the cancer patients who will recover and survive, and for those who will survive in another way.
For the newly diagnosed cancer patient, I know you have a host of questions you want answered, starting with the most basic: will you get the support you need? Can you trust your doctor to "...
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