12 edition of After cancer treatment found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Julie K. Silver.|
|Series||A Johns Hopkins Press health book|
|LC Classifications||RC263 .S489 2006|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||0801884373, 0801884381|
|LC Control Number||2005033971|
Radiation therapy treats cancer by using high-energy waves to kill tumor cells. The goal is to destroy or damage the cancer without hurting too many healthy cells. This treatment can cause side. Managing Your Health Care After Cancer. The end of cancer treatment does not mean the end of seeing your cancer care team. Long-term follow-up visits and tests will likely continue for many more years. You’ll also need routine check-ups and health screenings. Here are some things you can do and things you should know.
Once the fight against cancer is won, a new journey begins. People don’t always talk about life after cancer. The stories and movies tend to focus on the treatment. After treatment is over, the story is over and life appears just to go on. However, this is generally not the case. Relieving side effects of cancer treatment: After radiation therapy for cancer, be gentle to your skin. Do not scrub it, expose it to sunlight, or wear tight clothing. Reading a good book.
A twelve-year cancer survivor and oncology rehabilitation specialist, Dr. Julie K. Silver wrote After Cancer Treatment to help others recover from the exhaustion and physical devastation that often follow treatment. This new edition of the book, retitled Before and After Cancer Treatment, describes improved therapies, better delivery of care Author: Julie K. Silver. American Cancer Society Complete Guide to Nutrition for Cancer Survivors: Eating Well, Staying Well During and After Cancer by Barbara Grant MS, RD, CSO, LD, (Editor), Abby S. Bloch, PhD, RD, (Editor). Mindful Eating by Jan Chozen Bays, MD A book that illustrates the relationship that many of us have with food (originating from our, moods, social influences, childhood experiences, etc.), and.
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The first 2 to 3 years after treatment, and once or twice a year after that. At these visits, your doctor will look for side effects from treatment and check if your cancer has returned (recurred) or spread (metastasized) to another part of your body.
At these visits, your doctor will: n Review your medical history n Give you a physical examFile Size: 1MB. This is the best book that i have read on the " what now" after breast cancer treatment. it seems as if you are on your own after the diagnosis, surgery, chemotherapy and reconstruction.
there is also not as much interest or support provided by health care providers and really by your family or friends. they just want the best for you, but they Cited by: 1. Like many cancer patients who experience serious side effects from treatment, Dr. Silver emerged from therapy feeling not better, but exhausted and physically devastated.
After cancer treatment book As she worked to heal herself, she became determined to write a book to help others recover after cancer by: 6.
The After cancer treatment book guide for preparing for―and recovering from―cancer treatment. A twelve-year cancer survivor and oncology rehabilitation specialist, Dr. Julie K. Silver wrote After Cancer Treatment to help others recover from the exhaustion and physical devastation that often follow treatment.
This new edition of the book, retitled Before and After Cancer Treatment, describes /5(4). After your cancer treatment, as a cancer survivor you're eager to return to good health.
But beyond your initial recovery, there are ways to improve your long-term health so that you can enjoy the years ahead as a cancer survivor. The author-Drs-Trio Lemole/ Mehta/ McKee fills the post-treatment gap (and the PRE-treatment EC) and offers you much-needed, holistic information to thrive after (and before EC) cancer and helps you to enjoy many years of cancer-free serenity” and life a joyful, healthy life!/5(74).
Facing Forward: Life After Cancer Treatment is for people who have completed cancer treatment. Family and friends may also want to read this booklet.
Once treatment is over, many cancer survivors feel that although they are happy it’s over, they also wonder about what comes next. Cancer survivors: Managing your emotions after cancer treatment Get to know the emotions that are common for cancer survivors and how to manage your feelings.
Find out what's normal and what indicates you should consider getting help. Late effects of cancer treatment can come from any of the main types of cancer treatment: chemotherapy, hormone therapy, radiation, surgery, targeted therapy and immunotherapy.
As newer types of cancer treatment are developed, such as immunotherapy, doctors may find that these treatments also cause late effects in cancer survivors. After Cancer Care The Definitive Self-Care Guide to Getting and Staying Well for Patients with Cancer.
After the intense experience and range of emotion that comes with surgery, radiation, or chemotherapy (or all three), cancer patients often find themselves with little or no guidance when it comes to their health post-treatment.
Eating Hints is for people who are having or are about to have cancer treatment. Family and friends may also want to read this booklet. You can use this booklet before, during, and after cancer treatment.
It covers common types of eating problems and ways you can manage them. Talk with your doctor. Cancer survivors: Care for your body after treatment; Cancer survivors: Late effects of cancer treatment; Cancer survivors: Managing your emotions after cancer treatment; Cancer survivors: Reconnecting with loved ones after treatment; Cancer treatment decisions: 5 steps to help you decide; Cancer treatment delays due to COVID Planning cancer treatment can take time.
Find out what you need to know about the most common types of cancer treatment, such as surgery, chemotherapy, radiation therapy, and immunotherapy. Learn how they work and what to expect if they are part of your treatment plan. Defines cancer treatment clinical trials, discusses what patients might expect if they participate in a trial, and includes things to think about when deciding to participate.
Limit: 1. However, a PSA that is rising on consecutive tests after treatment might indicate that cancer is still there. Some medical groups have proposed that if the PSA rises more than 2 ng/mL above the lowest level reached, further treatment should be considered, but some doctors might advise tests to look for cancer in the body even if the PSA has not.
Alex Trebek doesn't plan on undergoing cancer treatment forever. In an excerpt from his book published by The New York Times, the "Jeopardy!" host opened up about his advanced pancreatic cancer Author: Corey Atad. Whether you are recently diagnosed, a childhood cancer survivor, or just out of treatment, Having Children After Cancer is the family planning go-to-book.” —Kairol Rosenthal, author of Everything Changes: The Insider’s Guide to Cancer in Your 20s and 30s, 2/7/11 “an invaluable guidebook for couples journeying into parenthood after /5(4).
After treatment is done, you can experience a mix of reactions. Often the emotions are positive. You may have discovered new personal strength and deepened relationships with loved ones during treatment. Your friends and family are happy for you and want you to return to life as it was before cancer.
Your feelings after cancer treatment. The end of treatment is a big event for most people. You may start to feel better and get back to doing the things you like to do. The weeks and months of going to the hospital are over.
Survivors often think they should celebrate this milestone, but you may not feel like celebrating. At the end of. An American book which gives both doctor’s and patient’s views on coping with the symptoms of cancer and the side effects of treatment.
It has information about treatment. Dr. Ahles has also investigated potential genetic markers for increased vulnerability to cognitive impairment after cancer treatment, including a form (or allele) of the APOE gene called ε4, which is associated with Alzheimer's disease.
Other studies have shown that breast cancer survivors who have a variant of the COMT gene, which influences how quickly the brain metabolizes dopamine, are at.The Cancer Survivor's Guide is the first book to offer a proven step-by-step healthcare program for life after cancer.
Dr. Feuerstein knows firsthand what life after cancer truly means and his 7-step self-management system is a result of personal experience as well as extensive research, resulting in a program that's rooted in very pragmatic sensibility coupled with a sense of "realistic.
Oskar Lindblom rejoined the Flyers on Sunday after leaving the team in December to get treated for cancer, and his teammates responded with a win over Montreal in Game 3.