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Working Through Cancer: How to keep working through your cancer treatment Clare Evans

Working Through Cancer: How to keep working through your cancer treatment

Clare Evans

Published October 19th 2014
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Kindle Edition
75 pages
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 About the Book 

Like many others I had never considered the prospect that I might get cancer. I was young (relatively), fit and healthy. I don’t and never have smoked. I rarely drink and I eat a pretty healthy diet, certainly when compared to many others. I’m by noMoreLike many others I had never considered the prospect that I might get cancer. I was young (relatively), fit and healthy. I don’t and never have smoked. I rarely drink and I eat a pretty healthy diet, certainly when compared to many others. I’m by no means a fitness fanatic but I do exercise regularly. And I still got cancer.When I was diagnosed with breast cancer, I decided that if anyone was going to be able to ‘work through’ this, it was me, and that if I could do it, I could probably help others do it too ... and raise money for a good cause in the process.In writing an account of her personal journey, Clare has managed to provide a concise overview grounded in her own experience. This book could make a real difference to other people who have been diagnosed and are going through treatment.She offers dependable and practical advice and suggestions in an easy to read, user-friendly format. The chapters are logically constructed following the cancer pathway- diagnosis, treatment, return to normal life etc.Clare shows that it’s possible to maintain perspective and a sense of humour! Sharing her personal experience and how she coped may bring a sense of relief to people who are feeling frightened or overwhelmed. The message comes across - ‘yes this is difficult but you can get through it, there are lots of things you can do to help yourself, and you are not alone’!”[Mark Craven - Macmillan Psychologist, Sussex Cancer Centre]“I found this book heart warming and useful. Clare describes her treatment and recovery as something that is not anything out of the ordinary and quite manageable. Having had breast cancer myself the book would be a welcome read for anyone who has recently been diagnosed, and it will help to make the difficult situation less scary.”[Sarah Springford - Cancer Survivor]