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Most helpful customer reviews 1 of 1 people found the following review helpful. A must have for parents of kids with solid tumors By Amazon Customer This book definitely covers it all! I have a daughter who just finished chemotherapy for heptablastoma. Our doctors gave us the 2nd edition of this book which was great. But now that they have come out with the third addition, it is so much better and up to date. Everything in this edition of the book hit the nail on the head on everything from my daughters procedures of getting a diagnosis, to treatment (all scenarios), surgery, and after treatment. See all 1 customer reviews...
"Childhood Cancer is an invaluable resource for any family going through treatment and beyond. It is easy to understand, very thorough, and full of true stories from those who have gone down that scary road. This book is a gem!!" ––Denise Maxson, American Childhood Cancer Organization Inland Northwest"This book should be not only in consumer health collections, it belongs in the hands of all those who care for children diagnosed with cancer. Childhood Cancer provides not just information, it offers wisdom. Highly recommended." ––Kate Cheromcha, Medical Library Association, Cancer Section"Nancy Keene's passion to EDUCATE people who are new to childhood cancers is AWESOME!!!" ––Jonny Imerman, survivor and founder of Imerman Angels, imermanangels.org"This remarkable, outstanding, and comprehensive guide offers rock-solid guidance to parents. A valuable and highly recommended addition to any library." —Claire B. Joseph, MS, MA, AHIP, Medical Library Association Newsletter"Never have I read a more beautifully written book about cancer. Simply amazing! I have been blessed by reading this priceless book; I cried, I laughed, I was encouraged, and I was further educated." —Joy McLeod, MS, RN, CPNP, CHIS, The Emily Center Family Health Library at Phoenix Children's Hospital Newsletter"Childhood Cancer is highly recommended for libraries in children’s hospitals and institutions treating children with cancer." —Deborah Magnan, PT, MLIS, AHIP, Medical Library Association Hospital Library Section Newsletter About the Author Anne Spurgeon, trained as a historian at the University of Wisconsin, is the parent of a long-term survivor of rhabdomyosarcoma, a soft tissue sarcoma. For more than 15 years, she served as the executive director of the Badger Childhood Cancer Network in Madison, Wisconsin. Nancy Keene is the mother of a long-term survivor of childhood cancer and one of the founders of the nonprofit publisher, Childhood Cancer Guides. A well-known writer and advocate for children with cancer, she has written fourteen consumer health books on topics ranging from childhood cancer to working with your doctor. She was the first chair of the Patient Advocacy Committees of both the Children’s Cancer Group and the Children’s Oncology Group.
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