Do you worry about what to expect when you go in for your first chemo or radiation treatment?
Does the idea of losing your hair or the feeling in your fingers make you cringe?
What if there was a book out there that could answer your questions about what to expect during your cancer treatments?
You’re in luck! You’ve found the eBook that answers all of those questions – and many more – and it was created by cancer survivors.
There are just some questions that doctors can’t answer, and that’s why I wrote:
Cancer Crash Course: What to Expect When You’ve Got Cancer
Being diagnosed with cancer is like being dealt a crappy hand during a poker game – there’s nothing you can do to change your hand, but you do have options when it comes to how you play it. This eBook helps you make the best of the cards you’ve been dealt:
- Learn how to take control of your health care to ensure you are doing everything you can to increase your chances of getting better.
- Find out what to expect when you go in for chemotherapy, radiation, surgery or other cancer-related procedures.
- Educate yourself on the most effective ways to deal with insurance, doctors, nurses, appointments and all of the other logistical stuff that goes along with having cancer.
- Understand why people treat you differently now that you have cancer.
- Discover how cancer may end up having a positive impact on your life.
Here’s what people are saying about it:
“I just wanted to thank you so much for this book. Nothing else I have read has helped me this much. Your descriptions and etc. were right on the money. I am in chemo right now for Hodgkin’s Lymphoma. I also had Thyroid cancer 25 years ago so this has touched my life twice and I am only 47 years old. Your book is great and I am so glad to hear that you are still in remission.”
– Jackie (United States)
“I just wanted to take a moment and thank you for sharing your story. I am 24 years old, a single mom, and was just diagnosed with Hodgkin’s Lymphoma and the weeks ahead will be the staging process. Your story lays that part of the journey so well and I just want you to know it helps me being informed it makes me feel a little more in control and the fight you have in you is uplifting and inspirational. I feel lucky to have found your book.”
– Joleen (United States)
When I was diagnosed with cancer, I was terrified. The anxiety I had about getting a port, going in for chemotherapy and radiation, and all of the side effects from cancer treatments kept me up at night – and if I had been able to read first-hand accounts about others’ experiences with cancer, I think the whole ordeal would have been less overwhelming.
After I finished my cancer treatments, I wanted to do something to help others with cancer. I contacted dozens of other cancer survivors and compiled this guide so that people like you would be able to benefit from our experiences.
About Ali Maloy
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Published April 27, 2010
Health, Fitness & Dieting, Religion & Spirituality, Professional & Technical.