“Speak Slow I’ve Had Chemo” An A – Z Guide to Surviving Breast Cancer


by
Susan LeBlanc

Book Details

Format: EPUB

Page count: 78 pages

File size: 8.6 MB

Protection: DRM

Language: English

An alphabet Patient Handbook utilized for the “need to knows” of breast cancer in a colorful presentation utilizing bold messages and clip art for visual imagery and healing.

It addresses the psychosocial aspects a woman encounters in her life crisis with breast cancer. Serious take action issues as fertility that must be addressed before medical treatment are critical before a treatment plan is in place!

1 This material is presented patient to patient in a less medicinal way to create medical awareness.

2 Discuss the “unmentionables” as sexuality, chemo brain, lymphedema, hair loss, fertility, etc providing solutions to improve body image and increase self esteem.

3 Promote healing to overcome adversities

A wonderful patient handbook to be utilized with simplified messages by a survivor with a bold message! “Speak Slow I’ve had Chemo” An A – Z Guide to Surviving Breast Cancer makes a wonderful medical setting book, gift for a patient, caregiver, or used for education for nursing students and other med students, survivor groups, gynecology, etc

An alphabet Patient Handbook utilized for the “need to knows” of breast cancer in a colorful presentation utilizing bold messages and clip art for visual imagery and healing.

It addresses the psychosocial aspects a woman encounters in her life crisis with breast cancer. Serious take action issues as fertility that must be addressed before medical treatment are critical before a treatment plan is in place!

1 This material is presented patient to patient in a less medicinal… (more)

An alphabet Patient Handbook utilized for the “need to knows” of breast cancer in a colorful presentation utilizing bold messages and clip art for visual imagery and healing.

It addresses the psychosocial aspects a woman encounters in her life crisis with breast cancer. Serious take action issues as fertility that must be addressed before medical treatment are critical before a treatment plan is in place!

1 This material is presented patient to patient in a less medicinal way to create medical awareness.

2 Discuss the “unmentionables” as sexuality, chemo brain, lymphedema, hair loss, fertility, etc providing solutions to improve body image and increase self esteem.

3 Promote healing to overcome adversities

A wonderful patient handbook to be utilized with simplified messages by a survivor with a bold message! “Speak Slow I’ve had Chemo” An A – Z Guide to Surviving Breast Cancer makes a wonderful medical setting book, gift for a patient, caregiver, or used for education for nursing students and other med students, survivor groups, gynecology, etc

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