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What do I do now?
     

What do I do now?

by Dale Grothmann
 

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Some practical information for anyone who has been diagnosed with or is supporting someone who has been diagnoses with cancer. You are not alone. A collection on my experiences in dealing with doctors, chemotherapy, surgery, hospitals, HMOs, support groups, friends, and acquaintances, as well as things I should have thought of and didn't until after the fact.

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Some practical information for anyone who has been diagnosed with or is supporting someone who has been diagnoses with cancer. You are not alone. A collection on my experiences in dealing with doctors, chemotherapy, surgery, hospitals, HMOs, support groups, friends, and acquaintances, as well as things I should have thought of and didn't until after the fact.

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William McGarvey
Pragmatic and insightful By William C McGarvey This review is from: What Do I Do Now?: A Taoist approaches the worst news - A Cancer Diagnosis (Paperback) A great read that offers the ancient wisdom of Taoist philosophy for one of life's most difficult experiences. No matter what spiritual path you may follow, you will find pragmatic suggestions for dealing with other people's responses to your disease and insight into how best to create your own pathway through the maze of do

Product Details

BN ID:
2940011819186
Publisher:
Dale Grothmann
Publication date:
10/07/2010
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
236
File size:
129 KB

Meet the Author

Dale Grothmann was diagnosed with stage four colon cancer in 2007. During treatment he asked himself,"What would I tell someone who had just been diagnosed?" This is the resulting book. It is practical information and some stories about cancer treatment and life with cancer.

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