I wanted to urge everyone who is coping with a recent cancer diagnosis or recurrence, if you read nothing else about cancer, please read this book: \"Cancer: 50 Essential Things to Do\" by Greg Anderson (also a cancer survivor). This is far and away the single most empowering and useful resource I have found for dealing with cancer. I used the original edition during my own treatment and have bought copies for recently diagnosed friends & aquaintances. It is written in short, clear chunks so you can grasp the recommendations clearly and quickly in spite of the fact that your head is absolutely spinning from anxiety and information overload. Please read it, it will help you focus and feel much less out of control.
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