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Personal story, told in cartoon format, with original illustrations from the author. Magalie Lameloise was 33 when she was diagnosed with breast cancer. This is her story from finding a small lump to finding her 'new normal' after treatment. Magalie was married with a young baby at the time of diagnosis and lived in Sydney.

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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

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This program has been developed to help you understand how chemotherapy is given and how you can help manage some of the common side effects. The information contained in this program is based on the experiences of people who have had chemotherapy. Contains 8 languages: English, Italian, Greek, Cantonese, Arabic, Mandarin, Vietnamese, and Malay

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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

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Provides up to date, authoritative, practical answers to questions about breast cancer, including risk factors and prevention, diagnosis and treatment options, post-treatment quality of life and sources of support. Also includes a section on the impact of cancer on sexuality, intimacy, and fertility. [Back cover]

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Written by an OB/GYN reproductive medicine specialist and cancer/fertility patient advocates, with commentary from patients, this is an invaluable resource for anyone struggling with the medical, physical, and emotional turmoil of cancer and infertility

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