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Everyone's Guide to Cancer Survivorship
Everyone's Guide to Cancer Therapy 5th edition
Everyone's Guide to Cancer Supportive Care

Everyone's Guide to Cancer Therapy 4th edition
Supportive Cancer Care
Kindle Books
Inner Fire - Your Will to Live: Stories of Courage, Hope, and Determination

You're Not Alone - A Practical Guide for Maintaining Your Quality of Life While Living with Cancer

Handouts
The Legacy Project Capturing the Memories of the Past and Planning for the Future

Life After - A Roadmap for Cancer Survivors
Cancer Therapy Complications And Using The Computer Handout
Mucositis: Problems and Solutions
Post Breast Therapy Pain Syndrome Information Handout

Cancer Supportive Care books are available in bookstores including online stores (Amazon.com), (BarnesandNoble.com), (BooksaMillion.com) and more.

Everyone's Guide to Cancer Survivorship
A Road Map For Better Health
Ernest Rosenbaum, MD, David Spiegel, MD, Patricia Fobair, LCSW, MPH, Holly Gautier, RN, with Louise Maffitt, BFA
Foreword by Sandra J. Horning, MD
Andrews McMeel Publishing, 2007

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Everyones Guide to Cancer SurvivorShip
The CDC's National Action Plan for CancerSurvivorship estimates that there are "9.6 million persons living following a cancer diagnosis." And this number is strictly related to patients. It does not include family members, friends, or caregivers.

For anyone approaching life from the perspective of remission, respected oncologist Dr. Ernest Rosenbaum leads a team of 34 oncology specialists and medical contributors - some of whom are both doctors and survivors themselves - in creating a guide specifically geared for cancer survivorship.


Everyone's Guide to Cancer Therapy - 5th Edition
How Cancer Is Diagnosed, Treated and Managed Day to Day
by Andrew Ko, MD, Ernest H. Rosenbaum, MD, Malin Dollinger, MD, Preface by Margaret A. Tempero, MD
Andrews McMeel Publishing, 2008

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Everyone's Guide to Cancer Therapy 5th Edition The Centers for Disease Control reports that more than 20 million people in the U.S. are currently diagnosed with cancer, and 1.4 million people are expected to be diagnosed in the coming year. For the millions confronting cancer's many challenges, Everyone's Guide to Cancer Therapy: How Cancer Is Diagnosed, Treated, and Managed Day to Day relies on an esteemed panel of oncology specialists--more than 100 strong, and each experts in their fields--to completely update this definitive cancer resource.


You Are Not Alone
A Practical Guide for Maintaining Your Quality of Life While Living with Cancer
by Ernest H. Rosenbaum, MD and Isadora R. Rosenbaum, MA
Cancer Supportive & Survivorship Care, 2008

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Everyone's Guide to Cancer Supportive Care
A Comprehensive handbook for Patients and Their Families
Ernest Rosenbaum, MD, Isadora Rosenbaum, MA
Andrews McMeel Publishing (September 1, 2005)

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Everyone's Guide to Cancer Supportive Care Through more than 50 chapters, cancer care specialists Ernest and Isadora Rosenbaum-along with nearly 80 other medical experts-answer every conceivable question concerning a cancer patient's physical, psychological, and spiritual needs.

With this book, cancer patients and those who care for them can make informed decisions, face the disease with renewed courage, and care for both their well-being and their bodies. The Rosenbaums provide an incredible source of information and hope in the face of this frightening illness.


Everyone's Guide to Cancer Therapy - 4th Edition
How Cancer Is Diagnosed, Treated and Managed Day to Day
by Malin Dollinger, MD, Ernest H. Rosenbaum, MD, Margaret Tempero, MD and Sean Mulvihill, MD
Preface by Andrew C. von Eschenbach, MD, Director of the National Cancer Institute
Andrews McMeel Publishing, 2002

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Everyone's Guide to Cancer Therapy 4th Edition In Everyone's Guide to Cancer Therapy, readers will learn the latest theories and practical information available in cancer treatment. Written in easy-to-understand text with instructive illustrations, the book outlines everything from getting second opinions to the role of sleep to what's available on the Internet. The editors have built their careers in cancer research and treatment, teaching and taking care of cancer patients. They also rely on assistance from a 140-member board of medical advisers and contributing authors who are top specialists in all fields of cancer research and treatment.Everyone's Guide to Cancer Therapy is a must-have volume for everyone who has cancer or cares about someone who does.


Supportive Cancer Care
The Complete Guide for Patients and Families
by Ernest H. Rosenbaum, MD & Isadora R. Rosenbaum, MA,
Preface by Susan Molloy Hubbard, BS, RN, MPA
Sourcebooks Inc, 2001

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Supportive Cancer Care Book Cover This guidebook, based on the Cancer Supportive Care program its authors established in San Francisco, offers clear, authoritative information about all aspects of cancer management, from diagnosis and treatment to medication and its side effects, to hospice care, alternative therapies and more. The emphasis is on helping people get through their medical treatment and the disease itself with their dignity intact.

 

Amazon Kindle Books

Inner Fire: Your Will to Live: Stories of Courage, Hope, and Determination
Plato said that courage is knowing when to be afraid. Within this book are stories of courageous people, who became very ill or faced some other crisis, yet counted--and count--themselves fortunate. In the face of a dismal diagnosis or harsh circumstances, they took stock of their resources and found strength and love.


You Are Not Alone
A Practical Guide for Maintaining Your Quality of Life While Living with Cancer
by Ernest H. Rosenbaum, MD and Isadora R. Rosenbaum, MA
Cancer Supportive & Survivorship Care, 2008

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You're Not Alone - A Practical Guide for Maintaining Your Quality of Life While Living with Cancer
Cancer Supportive Care in addition to conventional treatments used to fight the disease, such as surgery, radiation, chemotherapy, immunotherapy or any combination promotes quality of life.


Man In The Maze From the Tohono O'Odham Nation of Southern Arizona The Legacy Project Capturing the Memories of the Past and Planning for the Future
The legacy project provides a structured way to collect, save, and store family history information with stories, events, photographs, audio and video recordings, a family tree, and a scrapbook with stories, articles, pictures and documents.


Life After Cancer A Roadmap for Cancer Survivors Life After - A Roadmap for Cancer Survivors
Cancer is a life-changing event! Survivors must face the realities and potential consequences of a cancer diagnosis. The goals of the Cancer Survivorship Programs are to provide knowledge and education and guidance to survivors, families and friends through programs that promote healthy nutrition, exercise, and supportive and preventive care.


You Are Not Alone A Practical Guide for Maintaining Your Quality of Life While Living with Cancer CancerSupportiveCare.com version of You're Not Alone
You're Not Alone - A Practical Guide for Maintaining Your Quality of Life While Living with Cancer
Cancer Supportive Care in addition to conventional treatments used to fight the disease, such as surgery, radiation, chemotherapy, immunotherapy or any combination promotes quality of life.


World map graphic Cancer Therapy Complications And Using The Computer
Suggestions how to continue work on your computer while recovering from surgery, swelling, pain, and other therapy or if you are experiencing Lymphedema and Post Breast Therapy Pain Syndrome.


GastroIntstinal Tract graphic Mucositis: Problems and Solutions Mucositis occurs when cancer treatments break down the rapidly divided epithelial cells lining the GI tract, particularly in the oral cavity, leaving the mucosal tissue open to ulceration and infection.


Post Breast Therapy Pain Syndrome chest graphic Post Breast Therapy Pain Syndrome Information
Post Breast Therapy Pain Syndrome (PBTPS) remains an underreported-yet often debilitating-consequence of breast cancer therapy.




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First appeared May 1, 2001; updated June 8, 2009