This second edition of the most complete parent guide available features detailed and precise medical information about solid tumor childhood cancers, including neuroblastoma, Wilms tumor, liver tumors, soft tissue sarcomas, and bone sarcomas. In addition, it offers day-to-day practical advice on how to cope with procedures, hospitalization, family and friends, school, financial issues, and communication. Woven among the medical details and the practical advice are the voices of parents and children who have lived with cancer and its treatments. As many parents know, advice from qveteranq parents can be a lifeline. Obtaining a basic understanding of topics such as medical terminology, how drugs work, common side effects of chemotherapy, and how to work more effectively with medical personnel improves the quality of life for the whole family. Having parents describe their own emotional ups and downs, how they coped, and how they molded their family life around hospitalizations can be a tremendous comfort. Just knowing that there are other kids on chemotherapy who refuse to eat anything but tacos or who have frequent rages can make one feel less alone. Parents who read this book will find understandable medical infomation, obtain advice that eases their daily life, and feel empowered to be strong advocates for their child. It also contains a personal treatment summary and long-term follow-up guide for your child to keep as a permanent record.A Parenta#39;s Guide to Solid Tumor Cancers Honna Janes-Hodder, Nancy Keene ... A cookbook for making fun foods for kids. Includes recipes for ... sample letter to parents, sample teacher/ parent conference, and suggestions for dos and dona#39;ts. Levine ... Cambridge, Massachusetts: Educatora#39;s Publishing Service, Inc., 1993.
|Author||:||Honna Janes-Hodder, Nancy Keene|
|Publisher||:||Childhood Cancer Guides - 2014-03-01|