When someone you know receives a cancer diagnosis, it can be difficult to know what to say or do.
Personal health columnist Jane E. Brody clearly explains which common approaches to cancer patients to avoid and why, based on insight into how they make patients feel. Backed up by expert authors, she outlines what to do and say to help people with cancer feel cared for. None of the suggestions are difficult or time-consuming; they’re simply things many people don’t think to do. Once explained, they are easy to understand and remember. getAbstract recommends Brody’s cogent advice to everyone who cares about someone battling cancer.
In this summary, you will learn
- What to say and not say when someone you know has cancer, and
- What simple actions you can take.
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