Adams, David, and Eleanor Deveau. Coping with Childhood Cancer: Where Do We Go From Here? revised ed. Toronto: Kinbridge Publications, 1993. Contains an excellent chapter on relapse, which covers such topics as the impact of relapse, how relapse strikes, feelings, pain, siblings, adjustment to living, the adolescent patient, and some thoughts for single parents. This book is out of print, but may be available in your local library or from Canadian Candlelighters.
National Cancer Institute. When Cancer Recurs: Meeting the Challenge Again. To obtain a free copy, call (800) 422-6237. Booklet describes different types of recurrence, types of treatment, and coping with the return of the cancer.
National Cancer Institute. Advanced Cancer: Living Each Day. To obtain a free copy, call (800) 422-6237. Thirty-two page booklet provides practical information to make living with advanced cancer easier.
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