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WHOLE: 12 Principles for Rebuilding Life after Breast Cancer by Jacci Thompson-Dodd, MA, MSSS Release date: Spring 2007 Hardcover ISBN: 978-0-9714219-7-4 Published by Conch Shell Press Seattle, Washington WHOLE: 12 Principles for Rebuilding Life after Breast Cancer embodies a refreshing new approach to living once active cancer treatment ends. Drawing on culturally rich and revealing wisdom from the African Diaspora, WHOLE offers practical, easy-to-follow guidance on moving beyond the obstacles cancer survivors face. WHOLE: 12 Principles for Rebuilding Life after Breast Cancer examines every aspect of living that has been changed by the travails of breast cancer, including body image, relationships, family, sexuality, work, and finances. It inspires survivors to make peace with the ordeal of breast cancer and find new skills for daily living. This is a must-read for all breast cancer survivors, their loved ones, and their healthcare providers. For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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Ms. Thompson-Dodd holds master’s degrees in Social Work and in Afro-American studies from Boston University. She is the founder of WeSpeakLoudly®, a health education firm making it easier for women to process and heal from life-altering illness and trauma. She is a consulting member of the Psycho-Oncology team at Swedish Cancer Institute in Seattle, WA. There she leads several cancer and breast cancer-specific survivorship support groups and contributes to the continuing education and training of the oncology social work department. Ms. Thompson-Dodd is a member of a research team at Fred Hutchison Cancer Research Center in Seattle, WA on a two-year study of African-American breast cancer survivors. In addition, Ms. Thompson-Dodd conducts numerous community education seminars on self-care, healthy nutrition, and cancer prevention with local universities, non-profit, and for-profit organizations. She is a long-standing advocate at the National Cancer Institute and member of the Cancer Therapy Evaluation Program (CTEP). She received her certification in Patient Navigation from the Harold P. Freeman Patient Navigation Institute in New York. Ms. Thompson-Dodd resides in Seattle, WA.
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Book Description WeSpeakLoudly, 2007. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0971421919