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List Mesothelioma Support Book

To help educate mesothelioma patients and their families about every aspect of this disease, the Mesothelioma Center offers a collection of support books and informative literature. These books are all free and can be sent to you overnight. If you would like to read any or all of these mesothelioma support books, please fill out the form below.

Mesothelioma Book :
100 Questions & Answers about Mesothelioma
Organized by renowned mesothelioma specialist Harvey Pass, M.D. (left), 100 Questions and Answers About Mesothelioma is a comprehensive reference guide that includes essential information about mesothelioma cancer. The book covers topics such as treatment options, post-treatment quality of life, support resources and legal options. And it offers both practical information and compassionate insight from other patients. Merging the voices of medical professionals and mesothelioma insiders, this book answers countless questions current patients and their families could have about the disease.

Lean on Me: Cancer Through a Carer's Eyes
In this book, Lorraine Kember (left) shares the true story of her emotional journey of caring for her husband, processing her grief and finding the strength to carry on. When her husband was diagnosed with mesothelioma at age 52, Lorraine was determined to care for her husband at home. Helping him beat his original prognosis by more than a year, Lorraine learned firsthand how to care for her husband. In her book, she explains to readers the medical side of caregiving as well as the deep and raw emotions that came along with her husband's terminal diagnosis.

What to Eat if You Have Cancer
Focusing specifically on the nutritional aspect of beating mesothelioma, this book shows patients how to nourish their bodies to make them more responsive to treatment. Featuring simple explanations of macronutrients and the digestive system, What to Eat if You Have Cancer was written by two clinical nutritionists:

Surviving Mesothelioma
While doctors will explain as much information as possible, some lessons are best taught by someone who has experienced the disease firsthand. Surviving Mesothelioma: Making Your Own Miracle was written by mesothelioma survivor Judy Glezinski, diagnosed with the disease in 1990. In her book, Judy shares detailed descriptions of challenges she faced in fighting cancer, offering insight to current patients who wonder what it takes to beat mesothelioma and what might happen in recovery. Supplementing her personal story with information about support resources that helped her along the way, Judy inspires other patients to do whatever it takes to beat mesothelioma.
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