Coping with Chemotherapy
The Rosen Publishing Group, Jan 1, 2001 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 105 pages
When loss or illness strikes a family, young people don't always have the experience to help them cope. These six new titles can help teens find the strength and the resources to help them get through even the toughest situations.
Being diagnosed with cancer can be unspeakably frightening; the prospect of chemotherapy can be overwhelming. From hair loss to depression, the authors address the physical and emotional side effects of chemotherapy. Honest, informative, and ultimately reassuring firsthand accounts of patients undergoing chemotherapy and their doctors personalizes -- and dramatizes -- this intense medical process.
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