The Chemotherapy Survival Guide: Everything You Need to Know to Get Through Treatment
New Harbinger Publications, 2009 - Health & Fitness - 267 pages
When you're facing cancer treatment, it's easy to feel overwhelmed and alone. Between the hospital or clinic environment and the medical terminology used by doctors and health care professionals, you may feel as though you've entered a foreign country.
Written by two experienced oncology nurses, this compassionate and comprehensive guide explains in plain English everything you need to know about your treatment, including what you can expect at each stage of chemotherapy and what you can do to prevent or minimize side effects. Packed with practical suggestions, nutritional advice, relaxation skills, and other techniques to help strengthen your body and calm your mind, The Chemotherapy Survival Guide is a must-have resource for anyone navigating this difficult time.
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Cancer is chilling, whether it happens to us, or to someone we love. Lots of us want to put our fingers in our ears and sing, "La-la-la, I can't hear you," and learn as little as possible about this ... Read full review
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First published in 1993 as The Chemotherapy and Radiation Therapy Survival Guide, this comprehensive book is updated with additional coverage on biotherapy, immunotherapy, nutrition, stress reduction ... Read full review
Chemotherapy In Conclusion
the Treatment Plan Is Working?
Understanding Blood Tests
Constipation Peripheral Neuropathy and Hearing Loss
Effects of Treatment for Men Reproductive Options for
Before or During Treatment Evaluating Your Fertility After
Venous Access Devices
Appetite Problems Heartburn
Cycles Recommendations for Digestive Difficulties
Mind and Body
Path Suggested Reading
Imagery Mindfulness Progressive Muscle Relaxation
Normal In Conclusion