Johns Hopkins Medicine Patients’ Guide to Colon and Rectal Cancer by Nita Ahuja, M.D & Brenda S. Nettles, M.S

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Below is a list of topics discussed in this book, available at the Don and Cathy Jacobs Health Education Center at the University of Kentucky.

Introduction: How to use this book to your benefit

Chapter 1: First steps: I’ve been diagnosed with colon cancer

Chapter 2: My Team: Your treatment team

Chapter 3: Taking Action: Comprehensive treatment considerations

Chapter 4: Be prepared: The side effects of treatment

Chapter 5: Straight talk: Communication with family, friends and coworkers

Chapter 6: Maintaining Balance: Work and life during treatment

Chapter 7:Surviving Colorectal cancer: Re-engaging in mind and body health after treatment

Chapter 8: Managing risk: What if my cancer comes back?

Chapter 9: My Cancer isn’t curable-What now?

Chapter 10: Trusted resources: Finding more infromation about colorectal cancer and its treatment

Information about Johns Hopkins

Resources

Glossary

Index

 

Johns Hopkins Medicine Patient’s Guide to Lung Cancer by Justin F. Klamerus, M.D, Julie R. Brahmer, M.D, & David S. Ettinger, M.D

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Below is a list of topics covered in this book, available at the Don and Cathy Jacobs Health Education Center at the University of Kentucky.

Introduction: How to use this book to your benefit

Chapter 1: First Steps: I’ve been diagnosed with lung cancer

Chapter 2: My team: Meeting your treatment team

Chapter 3: Taking action: Comprehensive treatment considerations

Chapter 4: Be prepared: The side-effects of treatment

Chapter 5: Straight Talk: Communication with family, friends and coworkers

Chapter 6: Maintaining Balance: Work and life during treatment

Chapter 7: Surviving Lung Cancer: Re-engaging in mind and body health after treatment

Chapter 8: Managing Risk: What if my cancer comes back?

Chapter 9: My cancer isn’t curable: what now?

Chapter 10: Lung Cancer in older adults

Chapter 11: Trusted Resources: Finding additional resources about lung cancer and its treatment

Information about Johns Hopkins

Further reading

Glossary

Index

Johns Hopkins Medicine Patient’s Guide to Pancreatic Cancer by Nita Ahuja, M.D & JoAnn Coleman, DNP, MA, ACNP, AOCN

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This book is a patient guide about Pancreatic cancer, written by two people in the field at Johns Hopkins University. This book is available at the Don and Cathy Health Education Center at the University of Kentucky. Below is an outline of the topics covered in this book.

Introduction: How to use this book to your benefit

Chapter 1: “I’ve been diagnosed with Pancreatic Cancer

Chapter 2: My team-meeting your treatment team

Chapter 3: Taking action-Comprehensive Treatment Considerations

Chapter 4: Be prepared-The Side Effects of Treatment

Chapter 5: Straight Talk-Communication with Family, Friends and Coworkers

Chapter 6: Maintaining Balance-Work and Life

Chapter 7:Surviving Pancreatic Cancer-Re-Engaging In Mind and  Body Health after Treatment

Chapter 8: Managing Risk-What If My Cancer Comes Back?

Chapter 9: My Cancer isn’t Curable-What Now?

Chapter 10: Pancreatic Cancer in Older Adults

Chapter 11: Trusted Resources-Finding Additional Information About Pancreatic Cancer