Living With Cancer as "A New Normal"
A Journey with Cancer through the Eyes of a Caregiver
About the Book
Dianna Mitchell Marston, Author: She has 6 years of hands-on experience while care giving for her husband as they discovered Living With Cancer as "A New Normal". Through research and medical conferences she discovered many options for cancer treatments and care giving from around the world which include chemotherapy, radiation, bone marrow transplants, nutritional options, spiritual and holistic treatments, medical care and assistance through care giving. She explores options while navigating through the medical community, insurance world and Social Security system. Her insight touches on emotional, physical and financial support, home safety and provides a workbook to assist new patients and caregivers as they discover their "New Normal".Helen Starbuck Pashley, Medical Editor: She is a Registered Nurse, published author, and freelance editor/writer. She holds a master's degree in counseling psychology. "I have found Living With Cancer as "A New Normal" to be an essential part of our group library and is offered to all of our support group members. I think it's the best book I've ever read about dealing with cancer, or any other serious illness."-Peter R. Tischler-Is a writer, cancer patient, researcher and founder of the North Texas Multiple Myeloma Support Group "As a therapist, I find ways to educate, problem solve and find tools for helping patients with the logistics of their illness. Living With Cancer as "A New Normal" is an excellent resource for patients and caregivers. It offers a personal journey and a workbook to assist patients and caregivers."-Jill Chamberlin-Occupational Therapist