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Extent: Paperback

Pages: 182

Size: 8.9 x 5.8 x 0.7 inches

Publisher: Morehouse Pub Co

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The Courage to Care: The Impact of Cancer on the Family

by Susanne Baxandall

€10.50

    Notify Me

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What happens when someone close to us develops cancer? How do we manage the tasks and emotions of caring? In this book, individuals who have cared for someone with cancer relive their hopes, struggles and fears; their angers and frustrations; and the rewards. But, most importantly, they describe what helped them. This book will challenge the way many professionals think about caring. It will give support and information to all carers who choose to make this difficult journey. After reading this anthology I thank god that courage, common sense and devotion can still win over almost insuperable odds. Dame Phillis Frost AC DBE

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