Dorfman, Elena. The C-Word: Teenagers and Their Families Living with Cancer New Sage Press, 1998. Contains photos and the stories of five teenagers with cancer.
Gravelle, Karen, and John A. Bertram. Teenagers Face to Face with Cancer. New York: Julian Messner, 1986. Seventeen teenagers talk openly about their cancer, including diagnosis, dealing with doctors, chemotherapy, relationships with others, planning for the future, and relapse. A heartfelt, honest, yet comforting book. Out of print, but may be available from a library or used book store.
Lazar, Linda, and Bonnie Crawford. In My World. Centering Corporation. (402) 553-1200. Journal for teens coping with life-threatening or terminal illness. Includes chapters called "Things Accomplished in My Life," "I've Been Thinking," and "Questions I'd Like Answered."
My Journal: Reflections on Life. Omaha, NE: Centering Corporation. (402) 553-1200. Journal for teens with life-threatening illnesses.
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