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This book is a user's guide to the cancer experience. In it, the authors present a narrative of a cancer patient who used preparation (research), practice (exercise and activity), and a variety of social supports to live well within the parameters that cancer imposes. They consider how the scope and texture of preparation, practice, and social support changes along cancer s trail. Accordingly, they consider how to cope with the stresses and strains of diagnosis, first treatment, short-term remission, second treatment, long-term remission, and palliative care. In all the chapters, the authors highlight the important relationship among exercise, activity, and well-being
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