The Cancer Survivor Handbook
Your guide to building a life after cancer
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This is such a well written and honest book. As a cancer survivor, I relate with the author's sense of uncertainty after surviving cancer. This book is as heartfelt as it is informative. Consider sharing it with someone who may be feeling the isolation that a cancer diagnosis brings. A pleasant surprise.
About The Cancer Survivor Handbook
The Cancer Survivor is a companion and guide for those millions of individuals who are finally done with treatments but are still on the journey to wholeness. Beth Leibson completed her chemotherapy and radiation in 2007. She had beat cancer, but was left with lingering memory issues, exhaustion, depression, pain, and the fear that at any point, the cancer could return. Here she tells the story of how she rebuilt her life, and shares advice from other experts, addressing the emotional, medical, and professional challenges of life after cancer.
- Written by a cancer survivor
- Gives both personal and professional advice
great read so nice to read something which has a lot of information but gloomy