Includes bibliographical references (pages -299) and indexes.
This book provides a coping guide and resource for cancer families and their support teams. The authors' intent is to build on hope, to present hard-won personal and professional expertise about how to live better with and after childhood cancer. Tips and suggestions are provided for the readers. These tips include "tricks of the trade" and strategies for relieving anxiety and boosting coping. The topics are illustrated by giving examples from families suffering from childhood cancer. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2004 APA, all rights reserved).
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