“Are you ¬†a ‚Äî
cancer ¬†patient seeking information and ¬†tools to help ¬†fight for your recovery?
relative, friend ¬†or caregiver of a cancer patient wanting to support them more effectively?
survivor in remission but fearing recurrence or having difficulty re-adjusting back in the ¬†world?
cancer ¬†support professional looking to offer psychosocial support to people in your ¬†care?
Six-time cancer survivor Phil Kerslake shows you how to use action and attitude to support cancer recovery. You‚Äôll
‚Ä¢¬†¬†¬† To cope with a cancer battle as you never thought you could
‚Ä¢¬†¬†¬† What being a fighter really means
‚Ä¢¬†¬†¬† What being an ‚Äòactive patient‚Äô involves in practice
‚Ä¢¬†¬†¬† To turn faith and hope into verbs and wishes into actions
‚Ä¢¬†¬†¬† To convene a life path audit that will feed your will to live
‚Ä¢¬†¬†¬† How to live in accordance with your own way of being, relating and creating to support your recovery
‚Ä¢¬†¬†¬† To create a life with more balance, meaning and fulfilment
‚ÄúI heartily recommend this sensitive, practical and ¬†life-affirming guide
to dealing with the ¬†complexities and ¬†uncertainties of
DR ROGER ¬†BOOTH, ¬†FACULTY OF ¬†MEDICAL & HEALTH¬† SCIENCES, AUCKLAND ¬†UNIVERSITY
‚ÄúA must-read for cancer patients, their ¬†families and
¬†health professionals …‚Äù DR CHRIS ATKINSON, CHRISTCHURCH ¬†SCHOOL OF ¬†MEDICINE & HEALTH¬† SCIENCES