This version contains subtitles in 8 languages – English, Italian, Greek, Cantonese, Arabic, Mandarin, Vietnamese, and Malay. People who have been through cancer tell their stories of recovering and finding a 'new normal'. Chapters include: reactions to finishing treatment; coping; physical consequences of treatment; late and long-term effects; impact on family and friends; follow-up, planning and fear of recurrence; fertility, pregnancy and menopause; dealing with sexuality and relationship problems; and returning to 'normal'.
Just take it day to day : a guide to surviving life after cancer [with subtitles in 8 languages]
Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre, Melbourne, Vic, 2009
Categories: Cultural and linguistic diversity, Population Groups
Subjects: Cancer, Coping strategies, Fertility, LOTE publications, Relationships, Sexuality, Survivorship
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