Coping With Advanced Cancer: Support for People With Cancer

Coping With Advanced Cancer: Support for People With Cancer

Discusses treatment options such as palliative care, clinical trials, hospice care, and home care, as well as symptom control. Addresses emotional concerns including feelings, communicating with friends and family, and living life to its fullest and with meaning. Lists federal and nonprofit organizations that provide information and services to cancer patients. For patients with end-stage cancer.
format: Booklet/Pamphlet
written in English
for the audience Cancer Patient
last revised: May 2014
National Health Information Award, Bronze, 2006
NIH Plain Language Award, Outstanding, 2007
publication number: P084
NIH number: 14-0856
part of the collection: 
Coping With Advanced Cancer
56 pages
Booklet/Pamphlet format
8.25 x 10.75 inches; tan
  • Description
    Discusses treatment options such as palliative care, clinical trials, hospice care, and home care, as well as symptom control. Addresses emotional concerns including feelings, communicating with friends and family, and living life to its fullest and with meaning. Lists federal and nonprofit organizations that provide information and services to cancer patients. For patients with end-stage cancer.
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    for the audience  Cancer Patient
    National Health Information Award, Bronze, 2006
    NIH Plain Language Award, Outstanding, 2007
    publication number: P084
    NIH number: 14-0856