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Resources for your cancer journey, as well as great reads for when you just want to get away from it all.

Featured Books

Lives Affected by Cancer

Lives Affected by Cancer magazine is full of inspirational stories, information and resources to help women and their supporters face cancer with hope and optimism. Read more

The Dog Lived (and So Will I)

Focusing on relationships with heart-stealing beagles, young lovers and disapproving parents (not hers, her boyfriends’) as well as two cancer diagnoses, Teresa’s book is for more than just dog lovers. Read more

The Birth House

Young Dora Rare is chosen by the local midwife to carry on the task of birthing. As Dora tackles love, birth, marriage and death – she is challenged by a greater adversity: there’s a new doctor in town scheming to end the old ways of giving birth. Read more

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Lives Affected by Cancer

Lives Affected by Cancer magazine is full of inspirational stories, information and resources to help women and their supporters face cancer with hope and optimism. Read more

The Essential Cancer Treatment Nutrition Guide and Cookbook

Thoroughly researched, with an easy-to-understand approach, this book helps patients and caregivers understand the role of nutrition during cancer treatment and provides nutritional strategies for managing difficult side effects and concurrent conditions. Read more

In Cancerland: Living Well is the Best Revenge,

Libby’s is a no-punches-pulled, frank and insightful look into the sequence of events that shaped her experience, often written as they unfolded. Reactions and frustrations are shared, from having to wait for an appointment with a specialist after initially detecting the lump, to having to make serious health choices once tests were confirmed. Read more

The Inner Path to Healing

The Inner Path to Healing is a detailed, intimate and gripping account of a woman striving to decode the message her cancer is sending her. She relives every step, revealing along the way a path to emotional, spiritual, and yes, physical healing. Read more

Nowhere Hair

Nowhere Hair is the book you need to explain cancer to kids. It does the heavy lifting, without being heavy. It addresses a child's guilt, fear, sadness and anxiety with a light touch. Read more

The Emperor of All Maladies

A biography of cancer tracing back 5000 years of history and bringing us to the present day. “Reads like a literary thriller with cancer as the protagonist.” Read more

Kicking Cancer in the Kitchen

The Girlfriend's Cookbook and Guide to Using Real Food to Fight Cancer. Read more

The Little Pink Book of (Mostly) Cancer Cartoons

A little book of silly and ironic cartoons to amuse anyone who has to cope with the diagnosis and treatment of breast cancer. Read more

Women’s Bodies, Women’s Wisdom,

A thorough reference book on women’s health, this international bestseller has a holistic approach combining traditional and non-traditional concepts for our bodies. Read more

Intimacy After Breast Cancer: A Practical Guide to Dealing with Your Body, Relationships, and Sex

Gina “discusses the sensitive issues of self-esteem, body image, and sexuality to help you become the total woman you still are.” Read more

Dr. Susan Love’s Breast Book

This book has become a staple for women dealing with breast cancer for its overview of the disease in a rapidly changing world of diagnosis, screening, treatment and recovery. Read more

The Dog Lived (and So Will I)

Focusing on relationships with heart-stealing beagles, young lovers and disapproving parents (not hers, her boyfriends’) as well as two cancer diagnoses, Teresa’s book is for more than just dog lovers. Read more

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