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Recommended Reading

In this section, you can access information on recommended reading for women affected by breast cancer. The publications below address a variety of issues that may be important to you.

100 Questions & Answers About Breast Cancer Sensuality, Sexuality and Intimacy

This book provides authoritative answers to the most common questions asked by women and their partners when coping with intimacy after the trauma of breast cancer.

7 Minutes! How to Get The Most From Your Doctor Visit

Provides expert advice to help you: find the right doctor, prepare for your appointment, say what you want to say, get answers, retain what the doctor tells you, advocate for a loved one and manage your relationship with your doctor. This book will help you get the best care possible.

After Shock: From Cancer Diagnosis to Healing

This book empowers cancer patients, families and caregivers, while offering practical suggestions and sharing encouraging stories.

American Cancer Society Complete Guide to Nutrition for Cancer Survivors: Eating Well, Staying Well During and After Cancer

This comprehensive guide offers the latest information about using nutrition to optimal advantage during the cancer journey.

Breast Cancer Clear & Simple

Using everyday terms, Breast Cancer Clear & Simple is designed to help women and their caregivers know what to expect.

Breast Cancer Exposed and Becoming Whole

Meg Wolff’s first book tells the story of her journey back to health.

BreastCancerStories.org

Online support community where those touched by breast cancer can share their experiences. All stories are searchable by location, age, type of breast cancer and type of treatment.

Butterfly Kisses and Wishes on Wings

Read-along or listen-to book for children about cancer.

Cancer Caregiving A to Z

Designed to alleviate the stress of the caregiver, this easy-to-read book provides sound advice on how to deal with symptoms and warning signs.

Cancer for Two: An Inspiring True Story and Guide for Cancer Patients and Their Partners

A caregiver’s perspective on cancer, this book makes suggestions on how you can endure your own challenges.

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