lunes, 6 de noviembre de 2017

The cancer survivor’s guide

Harvard Health Publishing
Harvard Health Publishing

Don’t wonder “What do I do now?” Find out!

101 answers to the most important questions every cancer survivor has.

Life After Cancer will show you how to preserve your health, reduce worry, and continue to enjoy the rewarding purpose and pleasures of life.

Life After Cancer
Inside Life After Cancer, you’ll discover:
What does it mean to be a cancer survivor?
Long-term and late effects of treatment
Creating a survivorship care plan
Cancer’s aftermath — emotions, work, finances
And so much more!
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This new Special Health Report is written for cancer survivors and those who love them. It recognizes the implications and issues that loom after treatment. It offers instruction, incentive, and hope.
More than ever, you are not alone.
Today, more than 15 million Americans consider themselves cancer survivors. And yet, it is easy to feel isolated or misunderstood, even by close friends or family. They have not had your experience.
Life After Cancer is written by doctors who work each day with cancer survivors. In this Special Health Report edited by the Director of the Adult Survivorship Program at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, many of those survivors share their experiences.
Guidance that’s practical, personal, and positive.
In Life After Cancer you’ll find welcome information for minimizing the long-term effects of treatment. The report’s enlightening insights will help you cope with and conquer cancer’s effects on emotions, finance, and relationships. It will help you find support and maintain a healthy lifestyle after cancer.
You’ll discover the fortifying benefits of diet and exercise. You’ll learn how to reduce your risks of a future cancer. And you’ll master strategies to manage lasting effects of cancer and cancer treatment — to reduce cancer fatigue, reduce pain, slow bone loss, solve sleep problems, monitor heart health, improve memory and cognitive function, and more.
The candor you want, the direction you need.
You’ve undergone treatments that took a great toll on you not just physically but emotionally and perhaps financially as well. Life After Cancer shares steps that can help you regain your footing. You will find understanding tips for dealing with anxiety or depression. You’ll read valuable suggestions for reducing the expenses of care and insurance. And you’ll get sensible and sensitive advice for reconnecting with friends and family and for developing support you can rely upon.
Make your life after cancer as full and rewarding as it should — and can — be. Send for your copy of Life After Cancer today!
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To your good health,
Gregory D. Curfman, M.D.
Editor in Chief, Harvard Health Publishing

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