- Format: Kindle Edition
- File Size: 757 KB
- Print Length: 121 pages
- Publisher: Simplify Cancer; 1 edition (26 July 2019)
- Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B07VS32QR5
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Not Enabled
- Customer Reviews: 1 customer rating
Simplify Cancer: Man's Guide to Navigating the Everyday Reality of Cancer Kindle Edition
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Joe’s Simplify Cancer podcast is an asset for anyone facing a
cancer diagnosis. With this book, he’s used his expertise to
assemble a valuable guide for dealing with something that
many have overlooked in the past—the psychological impact
~ Dr. David Palma, MD, PhD, author of Taking Charge of Cancer
Hearing the three words “you have cancer” is devastating.
Receiving this news is overwhelming. Joe has helped to make
the experience a little less stressful by creating simple, easy to
understand tools to help those aff ected by this disease navigate
the complexities of Dr. Visits, treatments and so much more.
~ Lee Silverstein, We Have Cancer Podcast Host and Stage IV Survivor
Joe has used his personal experience to craft a simple, practical
and meaningful strategy to help others in facing their
cancer diagnosis and in taking back some control of their
journey. Men facing a new diagnosis are sure to fnd Simply
Cancer a great resource.
~ Mike Craycraft R.Ph., Survivor/Founder, Testicular Cancer Society
--This text refers to the paperback edition.
Dealing with cancer is tough and can leave people feeling
scared and isolated. Joe’s been through the wringer and has
distilled what he’s learnt from his cancer experience into this
easily understandable and relatable book, Simplify Cancer.
He off ers personal and practical advice on everything from
making an informed treatment decision, to getting support,
and managing worries about the future. I hope this book will
help those unlucky enough to be aff ected by cancer feel less
alone and that they can live a personally meaningful life wth
and beyond cancer.
~ Allan ‘Ben’ Smith, PhD, Centre for Oncology Education & Research Translation (CONCERT), Ingham Institute & UNSW
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