A cancer diagnosis results, understandably, in fear and uncertainty. Once the initial shock passes, the questions begin. Some are medical in nature: What are your treatment options? Some are intensely personal: How do you tell your children? Will your hair grow back after chemo? How will the disease affect your sex life and relationships?
In Cancer: What I Wish I Had Known When I Was First Diagnosed, ten-year breast cancer survivor Michele Ryan answers these questions and more. Michele’s common sense advice and practical tips provide a comprehensive road map to help navigate the basic challenges of life with cancer. She covers everything from how to evaluate your health insurance to what to pack for hospital stays, all carefully laid out in an easy-to-navigate format so readers can find answers to specific questions quickly.
Cancer: What I Wish I Had Known When I Was First Diagnosed helps prepare you for cancer treatment, providing the facts you need to make informed choices. You are not on this journey alone. Let Michele’s sensible, thoughtful advice be your guide.