January 20, 2017
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10 cancer-related books to read this year

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Each year, many books are offered to physicians and their patients that offer different perspectives on and experiences with undergoing cancer treatment.

HemOnc Today presents 10 books recently published or scheduled for release in 2017 that could be helpful for your practice and to recommend to your patients.

Sabin discusses his personal journey to treat what was presented to him as “incurable” chronic lymphocytic leukemia.

Bollinger unveils what he learned about cancer treatments and the medical industry to offer new resources for coping with cancer.

Connealy shares her approach to both treating and preventing cancer at the Cancer Center for Healing. Available Jan. 24.

Sabbage chronicles her journey of healing and renewal through the discussion of her relationship with cancer and the methods she used for dealing with her fear, anger, denial and grief. Available Jan. 24.

The authors offer metabolic-focused nutrition protocol to reboot cellular health. Available May 19.

The authors offer a step-by-step guide to help patients with cancer at every stage. Available May 28.

This book helps readers to mitigate outcomes and overcome challenges of sexual dysfunction after a cancer diagnosis. Available July 8.

Null offers the seven most powerful tools for fighting cancer — engaging in regular physical activity; avoiding harmful food products and toxins; adopting a highly nutritious, plant-based diet; eating alkaline foods; taking antioxidant supplements; using herbal formulas and remedies; and practicing whole-body therapies. Available July 18.

This memoir includes recounts of an American pediatric oncologist who spent 7 years in Jerusalem taking care of Israeli and Palestinian children with cancer. Available Sept. 26.

Riswold uses a combination of funny essays to create a controversial body of work, in which a “post-diagnosis career transformation into a ‘fake artist’ helped stave off death.” Available Sept. 26.