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Anatomy, Computers - Web, Search and Email, Ethical Wills, Forgiveness, Genealogy, Grief and Recovery, Law, Meditation, Psychology, Vaccines
Alexandra Andrews


BF - Grief, Meditation and Forgiveness

BJ - Ethical Wills

CS - Genealogy, Legacy Project, Family Health History
KF - United States Law

QA - Computer Science

QM - Human Anatomy

QR - Vaccines


BF - Grief, Meditation and Forgiveness
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BF575.G7.R39.1 - Grief And Recovery
Ernest H. Rosenbaum, MD, Isadora R. Rosenbaum, MA and Sabrina Selim, MD
Grief is a normal, psychological process, by taking the steps described in this article, you may help your survivors grieve. Grieving is painful because remembering requires recognition that the person we loved is no longer present. It takes a lot of courage and compassion to stand and act with others during times of distress. Each of the major religions observes a degree of ritual, when dealing with death. http://www.cancersupportivecare.com/grief.html
First appeared 2008-10-29;
BF637.A75.1 - Mindfulness Meditation Based Stress Reduction (MBSR)
Marc Abramson, DDS
Mindfulness meditation training gives one the tools to live in the present moment, to bring soothing kindness to ones self and to walk through the unfolding of life one step at a time.
http://www.cancersupportivecare.com/mbsr.html
First appeared 2002-02-11; updated 2007-11-08
BF637.D128.1 - Relaxation Exercises
Mark Doolittle, PhD
Stress reduction should be viewed along with food, sleep, and exercise as a vital element in maintaining health.
http://www.cancersupportivecare.com/relax.html
First appeared 2008-07-15;
BF637.L42.1 - Art and Science of Forgiveness
Frederic Luskin, PhD
Forgiveness can be defined as the - peace and understanding that come from blaming that which has hurt you less, taking the life experience less personally, and changing your grievance story
http://www.cancersupportivecare.com/forgive.html
First appeared 2001-12-23; updated 2007-11-08

BJ - Ethics
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BJ1286.W6.R39.1 - Appendix A - Potential Topics for an Ethical Will
Ernest H. Rosenbaum, MD, Eva Chittenden, MSW, Paula Chung, Alexandra Andrews, J. Ben Davoren, MD, PhD, Jane Hawgood, MSW, Denah Joseph, MFT, Alexandra von Ehrenkrook, Louise Maffitt, BFA, Stephanie Shapiro, BA, David Spiegel, MD
Reasons for making this ethical will - thoughts about life, death, ethics, family, descendants, friends, standards, hopes and goals.
http://www.cancersupportivecare.com/ethical.html
First appeared 2008-01-31; updated 2010-12-14

CS - Genealogy, Legacy Project, Family Health History
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CS71.C188.1 - Journal Boxes - Scrapbook or Journal Storytelling
Paula Chung
A Journal Scrapbook or Storytelling Box is a fun and easy way to record your family stories, memories and experiences.
http://www.cancersupportivecare.com/journal.html
First appeared 2008-02-27; updated 2010-11-07
CS71.R39.1 - The Legacy Project Capturing the Memories of the Past and Planning for the Future
Ernest H. Rosenbaum, MD, Eva Chittenden, MSW, Paula Chung, Alexandra Andrews, J. Ben Davoren, MD, PhD, Jane Hawgood, MSW, Denah Joseph, MFT, Alexandra von Ehrenkrook, Isadora R. Rosenbaum, MA, Louise Maffitt, BFA, Stephanie Shapiro, BA, David Spiegel, MD
A practical way of capturing a family legacy story and history of memories and precious events. The project also provides guidance on how to plan end-of-life care, personal and financial affairs, and help simplify necessary family duties and vital decisions
http://www.cancersupportivecare.com/Legacy/index.html
First appeared 2007-10-13; updated 2010-12-14
CS71.R39.2 - The Legacy Project Capturing the Memories of the Past and Planning for the Future (PDF version)
Ernest H. Rosenbaum, MD, Eva Chittenden, MSW, Paula Chung, Alexandra Andrews, Jane Hawgood, MSW, Denah Joseph, MFT, Alexandra von Ehrenkrook, Stephanie Shapiro, BA, Isadora R. Rosenbaum, MA, Louise Maffitt, BFA, David Spiegel, MD
A practical way of capturing a family legacy story and history of memories and precious events. The project also provides guidance on how to plan end-of-life care, personal and financial affairs, and help simplify necessary family duties and vital decisions
http://www.cancersupportivecare.com/Legacy/legacyproject.pdf
First appeared 2007-10-13; updated 2010-12-14
CS71.R39.3 - The Legacy Project Introduction and Goals
Ernest H. Rosenbaum, MD, Eva Chittenden, MSW, Jane Hawgood, MSW, Denah Joseph, MFT, Alexandra von Ehrenkrook, Alexandra Andrews, Paula Chung, Stephanie Shapiro, BA, Louise Maffitt, BFA, Isadora R. Rosenbaum, MA, David Spiegel, MD
A practical way of capturing a family legacy story and history of memories and precious events. The project also provides guidance on how to plan end-of-life care, personal and financial affairs, and help simplify necessary family duties and vital decisions
http://www.cancersupportivecare.com/Legacy/intro.html
First appeared 2007-10-13; updated 2010-12-14
CS71.R39.4 - Legacy Lessons of Symbolic Immortality
Ernest H. Rosenbaum, MD, Eva Chittenden, MSW, Jane Hawgood, MSW, Denah Joseph, MFT, Alexandra von Ehrenkrook, Alexandra Andrews, Paula Chung, Stephanie Shapiro, BA, Louise Maffitt, BFA, Isadora R. Rosenbaum, MA, David Spiegel, MD
There are four types of symbolic immortality, Biologic Symbolic Immortality - family, children and future generations. Theological or Religious Symbolic Immortality - belief in life after death is seen in most religions and spiritual practices. Creative Symbolic Immortality - art, literature, discovery in science, a humble benevolent, kind act for someone in need. Symbolic Immortality of Nature - we participate in eternity through our appreciation and understanding of the persistent life and death cycles of nature.
http://www.cancersupportivecare.com/Legacy/future.html
First appeared 2007-10-13; updated 2010-12-14
CS71.R39.5 - Legacy Project Concepts and Goals
Ernest H. Rosenbaum, MD, Eva Chittenden, MSW, Jane Hawgood, MSW, Denah Joseph, MFT, Alexandra von Ehrenkrook, Alexandra Andrews, Paula Chung, Stephanie Shapiro, BA, Louise Maffitt, BFA, Isadora R. Rosenbaum, MA, David Spiegel, MD
Symbolic immortality with the Legacy Project interviews can be shared by many generations as a reflection of their heritage. The spirit and philosophy will live on with collection of family pictures, scrapbooks, stories, articles, documents and photographs, and audiotapes, CDs or DVDs, a powerful coping tool when dealing with age, illness or a life crisis. Future generations can identify their roots and include any medical history, and a genetic reconstruction of heredity.
http://www.cancersupportivecare.com/Legacy/concept.html
First appeared 2007-10-13; updated 2010-12-14
CS71.R39.6 - Legacy Project Parts
Ernest H. Rosenbaum, MD, Eva Chittenden, MSW, Paula Chung, Alexandra Andrews, Jane Hawgood, MSW, Denah Joseph, MFT, Alexandra von Ehrenkrook, Stephanie Shapiro, BA, Isadora R. Rosenbaum, MA, Louise Maffitt, BFA, David Spiegel, MD
Ethical wills offer an opportunity to add to personal family knowledge and history. Genetic medical history provides guidance for medical illnesses - heart disease, stroke,diabetes, obesity, osteoporosis and cancer. Family history, prompts memories of early years, ancestors, and family stories. A Legacy of Love provides planned social, legal, financial, and end-of-life arrangements for your survivors.
http://www.cancersupportivecare.com/Legacy/part.html
First appeared 2007-10-13; updated 2010-12-14
CS71.R39.7 - Appendix F - Conducting a Legacy Project Interview
Ernest H. Rosenbaum, MD, Eva Chittenden, MSW, Jane Hawgood, MSW, Denah Joseph, MFT, Alexandra von Ehrenkrook, Alison Siegel, MFT, Stephanie Shapiro, BA, Isadora R. Rosenbaum, MA, David Spiegel, MD
Filming memorabilia with the patient narrating stories helps to establish their role in the family. The camera should focus on members as they speak or react to the words of others. Plan to record about 90 minutes of interview time.
http://www.cancersupportivecare.com/Legacy/conduct.html
First appeared 2007-10-18; updated 2008-03-19; reviewed 2010-12-14
CS71.R39.8 - Planning for Your Future by Getting Your Affairs in Order
Ernest H. Rosenbaum, MD, Alexandra Andrews, Isadora R. Rosenbaum, MA
Life is full of unplanned events. Death is actually a shared experience for your family and friends. By sorting out your affairs now, you can bequeath the gifts of clear direction, rich memories, unique insights clear decisions, planned social and financial arrangements, computer logins and passwords. A house swept clean of personal, financial and business cobwebs.
http://www.cancersupportivecare.com/Legacy/affairs.html
First appeared 2007-10-18; updated 2010-12-01
CS71.R39.9 - Legacy of Love: End-of-Life Forms
Ernest H. Rosenbaum, MD, Isadora R. Rosenbaum, MA, Debra Marks, PhD; Sabrina Selim, MD; Thomas Addison, MD; Joanna Beam, JD; Meryl Brod, PhD; David Claman, MD; Alan J. Coleman, MD; Malin Dollinger, MD; Michael Glover; Nancy Lambert, RN, BSN; Elmo Petterle; Patricia Sparacino, RN, MS, Jeffrey Silberman, Dmin; Kenneth A Woeber, MD
Medical Emergency Wallet Card, Location of Records, Additional Considerations for Advance Directives, Persons to Notify after Death, and Obituary End-of-Life Forms
http://www.cancersupportivecare.com/Legacy/forms.html
First appeared 2007-10-21; updated 2010-12-14
CS71.R39.10 - Appendix D - Creating Your Family Tree
Ernest H. Rosenbaum, MD, Eva Chittenden, MSW, Paula Chung, Alexandra Andrews, Jane Hawgood, MSW, Denah Joseph, MFT, Alexandra von Ehrenkrook, Stephanie Shapiro, BA, Isadora R. Rosenbaum, MA, Louise Maffitt, BFA, David Spiegel, MD
Genealogy searches and information are accessible using computer and Internet electronic resources. Building a family tree can be found at commercial websites - a great time and effort saver.
http://www.cancersupportivecare.com/tree.html
First appeared 2008-01-31; reviewed 2010-12-14
CS71.R39.11 - Appendix E - Scrapbooking
Ernest H. Rosenbaum, MD, Eva Chittenden, MSW, Paula Chung, Alexandra Andrews, Jane Hawgood, MSW, Denah Joseph, MFT, Alexandra von Ehrenkrook, Stephanie Shapiro, BA, Isadora R. Rosenbaum, MA, Louise Maffitt, BFA, David Spiegel, MD
A heritage scrapbook is a wonderful project to share precious memories. A family tree may help you organize the layout. Use acid-free, archival items for everything in your scrapbook.
http://www.cancersupportivecare.com/scrapbook.html
First appeared 2008-01-31; reviewed 2012-03-25
CS71.R39.12 - Appendix B - The Family History Initiative of the U.S. Surgeon General
Project Ernest H. Rosenbaum, MD, Eva Chittenden, MSW, Paula Chung, Alexandra Andrews, Jane Hawgood, MSW, Denah Joseph, MFT, Alexandra von Ehrenkrook, Stephanie Shapiro, BA, Louise Maffitt, BFA, Isadora R. Rosenbaum, MA, David Spiegel, MD
Information on the medical conditions of your parents, grandparents, and other blood relatives can help your doctor predict the disorders for which you may be at risk and take action to keep you and your family healthy. The Surgeon General has created a new computerized tool called theFamily History Initiative, to encourage all American families to understand the importance of family health history for their own lives.
http://www.cancersupportivecare.com/family.html
First appeared 2008-01-31; reviewed 2010-12-14
CS71.R39.13 - My Family Health Portrait Forms
Ernest H. Rosenbaum, MD, Eva Chittenden, MSW, Paula Chung, Alexandra Andrews, Jane Hawgood, MSW, Denah Joseph, MFT, Alexandra von Ehrenkrook, Stephanie Shapiro, BA, Louise Maffitt, BFA, Isadora R. Rosenbaum, MA, David Spiegel, MD
Forms for the U.S. Surgeon General, national public health campaign called the Family History Initiative
http://www.cancersupportivecare.com/portrait.html
First appeared 2008-01-31; reviewed 2010-12-14
CS71.R39.14 - Appendix H - Legacy Project Additional Resources
Ernest H. Rosenbaum, MD, Eva Chittenden, MSW, Paula Chung, Alexandra Andrews, Jane Hawgood, MSW, Denah Joseph, MFT, Alexandra von Ehrenkrook, Stephanie Shapiro, BA, Louise Maffitt, BFA, Isadora R. Rosenbaum, MA, David Spiegel, MD
Books, Readings, Websites - additional information about Ethical Wills, Life Tapes, Scrapbooking, Geneology, Final Affairs, Wills, Legal Papers, End of Life Care
http://www.cancersupportivecare.com/Legacy/addition.html
First appeared 2008-01-31; updated 2008-03-20; reviewed 2010-12-14

KF - United States Law
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KF27.F81.1 - Workplace Discrimination
Patricia Fobair LCSW, MPH
When you do get back to work, you may notice many changes in the way your employer and co-workers treat you. Some of these changes may be subtle, some may be blatant. Ignorance about cancer is what gives rise to the myths, misconceptions, and prejudices that still prevail today.
http://www.cancersupportivecare.com/Survivor/work.html
First appeared 2007-12-04; updated 2008-08-02

QA - Computer Science
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QA76.A8.1 - Useful Web Resources
Alexandra Andrews and Ernest H. Rosenbaum, MD
The Cancer Supportive Care website provides current and up to date resources. Here are a few suggested links to begin using the Internet.
http://www.cancersupportivecare.com/links.html
First appeared 2007-01-19; updated 2009-05-17
QA76.A8.2 - Begin Using The Web and Email
Alexandra Andrews, Annamarie Baldessari, David Bradley, Bob Gill, Larry Hengl, Michael McMillan, and Eileen Pichersky
Get started on the web. How to search to for information. What is a browser, email, URL, Hyperlink, security, address. Why Passwords, Backups and Paper Computer Information Sheets are vital.
http://www.cancersupportivecare.com/webemail.html
First appeared 2000-04-01; updated 2010-07-05
QA76.A8.3 - Cancer Supportive Survivorship Care Innovative Web Site Searches
Alexandra Andrews
Search CancerSupportiveCare.com for innovative concepts related to how the medical team in conjunction with an organized comprehensive cancer rehabilitation program can optimize and enhance the standard treatments of surgery,radiation therapy, chemotherapy, hormonal therapy and immunotherapy.
http://www.cancersupportivecare.com/search.html
First Appeared 2004-10-05; updated 2010-10-02; reviewed 2010-12-15
QA76.A8.4 - Web Site Simple Search
Alexandra Andrews
Worldwide Internet cancer supportive care offers pertinent information tailored to the unique needs and benefits of the seeker.
http://www.cancersupportivecare.com/simplesearch.html
First Appeared 2004-10-05; updated 2010-11-02; reviewed 2010-12-15
QA76.A8.5 - Advanced Cancer Supportive Survivorship Care Web Pages Search
Alexandra Andrews, Alexei Kireev, MS, Steve Stilson, BA, Ernest H. Rosenbaum, MD
Advanced Search to optimize and enhance the standard treatments of surgery, radiation therapy, chemotherapy, hormonal therapy and immunotherapy.
http://www.cancersupportivecare.com/newsearch.php
First Appeared 2004-10-05; updated 2010-11-02; reviewed 2010-12-15
QA76.A8.6 - Advanced Cancer Supportive Care Web Pages Search Example
Alexandra Andrews
Advanced Search to optimize and enhance the standard treatments of surgery, radiation therapy, chemotherapy, hormonal therapy and immunotherapy.
http://www.cancersupportivecare.com/searchexample.html
First Appeared 2005-02-14; updated 2010-11-02; reviewed 2010-12-15
QA76.A8.7 - Search Cancer Supportive Survivorship Care - The Fifth Dimension of Therapy
Alexandra Andrews, Alexei Kireev, MS, Ernest H. Rosenbaum, MD
Search Cancer Supportive Survivorship Care the Fifth Dimension Therapy of cancer therapy to complement surgery, radiation, chemotherapy, hormonal therapy and immunotherapy.
http://www.cancersupportivecare.com/isearch.php
First Appeared 2006-07-04; updated 2010-11-02; reviewed 2010-12-15
QA76.G19.1 - Correo Electrónico
Bob Gill
El Correo Electrónico o E-mail o "email" es la manera de mandar y recibir los mensajes de la red entre los usuarios
http://www.cancersupportivecare.com/correo.html
First appeared 1999-11-20; updated 2007-11-06
QA76.H60.1 - What Are Cookies
Larry Hengl
What are Cookies, Why are they used in computers?
http://www.cancersupportivecare.com/cookies.html
First appeared 2000-01-10; updated 2007-11-06
QA76.R39.1 - Crisis on the World Wide Web: A Library Website Model
Ernest H. Rosenbaum, MD, Steve Stilson, Michael McMillan, Neil Dunlop and Alexandra Andrews
Create a website library. The Internet is the largest library in the world. Why not adopt Library of Congress Classification standards for organizing websites? Think of web pages as books.
http://www.cancersupportivecare.com/crisisweb.html
First appeared 2004-10-05; updated 2008-03-21
QA76.R39.2 - A Website Library Model: The Cancer Supportive Care Experience
Ernest H. Rosenbaum, MD and Alexandra Andrews
Our website library model saves us time, money, and effort as we expand, most rewarding, our users find needed Cancer Supportive Care information.
http://www.cancersupportivecare.com/webcrisis.html
First appeared 2008-03-21; updated 2011-10-15

QM - Human Anatomy
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QM540.C49 - Anatomy of Chest Nerves for Post Breast Therapy Pain Syndrome
Jean Chan, BA, MA, SEd
Graphic of chest anatomy showing the nerves that are affected post breast therapy and surgery
http://www.cancersupportivecare.com/anatomynerves.html
First appeared 2002-04-11; updated 2007-11-06

QR - Vaccines
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QR189.R39.1 - Vaccines - Essential Preventive Medicine
Ernest Rosenbaum, MD and Cigall Kadoch, BA
Vaccinations are preventive medicine against infections, such as smallpox, diphtheria, tetanus, polio, measles, hepatitis, herpes zoster (shingles) influenza (flu), pneumococcal (pneumonia) and human papillomavirus (HPV).
http://www.cancersupportivecare.com/Survivorship/vaccine.html
First appeared 2009-08-20; updated 2009-09-07


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