Managing the Stress of Breast Cancer can be devastating for the woman affected - and for her family and love ones. Many women diagnosed feel devastated, confused, and very alone. Today, approximately 1 in almost every 8 women (13.4%) will develop breast cancer in her ...
Managing the Stress of Breast Cancer can be devastating for the woman affected - and for her family and love ones. Many women diagnosed feel devastated, confused, and very alone. Today, approximately 1 in almost every 8 women (13.4%) will develop breast cancer in her lifetime.
“Breast Cancer: Questions, Answers & Self-Help Techniques,” brings together comprehensive information about breast cancer and unlike other books on breast cancer.
Inside this book, you'll discover...
• Valuable information about breast cancer
• How to balance your emotions
• The support you need
• Self-help techniques to help you cope emotionally
• Recovery techniques
• Nutrition and fitness strategies to help strengthen and improve your body
• Recipes to use during chemotherapy
• Mediation exercises
• Poetry and stories written by breast cancer survivors
• And much more…
This book is geared toward readers that are currently going through it, have experienced breast cancer, or just want to learn about breast cancer. In this book, you will learn how to change your life, so you can learn to live a happy, healthy and productive life.
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- Della Crews
Life deals us many hard blows that we often don't expect. I admire the fact that someone like Stacey Chillemi was thrown a curve ball that may have knocked many of us down to the point where many of us may not have wanted to get back up, but she did. It wasn't easy but she possesses a determined spirit that won't let her give up. For that reason, Stacey will go far and achieve whatever dreams she sets her mind to accomplish. Della Crews Reporter --Anchor / Talk Show Host /News 12 NJ,
Breast cancer is the most common cancer among women, after nonmelanoma skin cancer. Over the past 50 years, the number of women diagnosed with the disease has increased each year. Today, approximately 1 in almost every 8 women (13.4%) will develop breast cancer in her lifetime. Breast cancer is the second-leading cause of cancer death in women after lung cancer -- and is the leading cause of cancer death among women ages 35 to 54. The American Cancer Society estimates that approximately 211,240 women will be diagnosed with invasive breast cancer and approximately 40,410 will die. Although these numbers may sound frightening, research reveals that the mortality rate could decrease by 30% if all women age 50 and older who need a mammogram had one.
As a woman I firmly believe that we cannot wait until the doctors diagnose us with a frightening disease, such as breast cancer and hope for a miracle cure. It is up to each individual to educate themselves, understand what breast cancer is, how it is caused and how we can help ourselves, so the chances of getting breast cancer is increasing low.