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They said I had six months to live. Surviving prostate cancer – 10 years on

They said I had six months to live. Surviving prostate cancer – 10 years on (2016)

There are few things in life as shocking as finding out that you are about to die. We all know, of course, that this is an inevitable part of living but we put it out of mind. Yes life will end, but not today, not any time soon. Coming face to face with the reality that it could indeed be sometime soon is just one part of being diagnosed with terminal cancer. There are other things too - coping with treatment, coping with the side effects of treatment, dealing with the reactions of loved ones. Then there is the constant uncertainty of the next blood test, and the difficulty of getting on with everyday life, fearful of what the future might bring. However, the crunch is that this is a terminal illness which can only end one way. This is the story of how I dealt with that... (Publisher)

Author(s)
Thomas D
Date of publication
2016
Pages
94pp
ISBN
9781523606740
Price
£3.99
Subject(s)
Format
Book
Language
English
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