100 Questions & Answers about Your Child's Cancer
Jones and Bartlett Publishers, 2005 - Family & Relationships - 181 pages
100 Questions & Answers About Your Child'S Cancer Gives You Authoritative, Practical Answers To Your Questions About Childhood Cancer, Treatment Options, Post-Treatment Quality Of Life, Coping Strategies -- For Both Patient And Caregiver, Sources Of Support, And Much More. This Book Is An Invaluable Resource For Understanding And Coping With The Medical, Psychological, Emotional And Financial Aspects Of A Child Sick With Cancer.
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