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NCCN Guidelines for Patients


Adolescents and Young Adults with Cancer, Version 1.2017



Managing side effects

Print Resources

Lindsay Beck, Kutluck H. Oktay, & Joyce Dillon


100 Questions & Answers About Cancer

and Fertility.

Sudbury, MA: Jones and Bartlett

Publishers, 2008.

Gina M. Shaw.

Having Children After Cancer: How to

Make Informed Choices Before and After Treatment

and Build the Family of Your Dreams.

Berkeley, CA:

Celestial Arts, an imprint of Ten Speed Press, 2011.

Leslie R. Schover.

Sexuality and Fertility after Cancer.

Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 1997.

Managing side effects

Web Resources

American Cancer Society

Chemotherapy Side Effects Worksheet documents/document/acsq-009502.pdf

Nutrition for the Person with Cancer During Treatment:

A Guide for Patients and Families webcontent/002903-pdf.pdf

“tlc”™ Tender Loving Care catalog

American Society for Clinical Oncology (ASCO)

Moving Forward Video Series for Young Adults with


Body changes video adults-cancer/body-changes

Diet and exercise adults-cancer/diet-and-exercise

Managing pain young-adults-cancer/managing-pain

National Cancer Institute

Coping with Cancer: Managing Physical Effects

Nutrition in Cancer Care effects/appetite-loss/nutrition-pdq#section/all

National Institute of Health (NIH)

Sleep Hygiene Guide healthysleepfs.pdf

University of California San Francisco Medical


Diet for Cancer Treatment Side Effects treatment_side_effects/index.html

Nutrition and Coping with Cancer Symptoms with_cancer_symptoms/index.htm

Print Resources

Judith McKay, Tammy Schacher.

The Chemotherapy

Survival Guide: Everything You Need to Know to Get

Through Treatment



Edition). Oakland, CA: New

Harbinger Publications, Inc., 2009.

Roxanne Brown, Barbara Mastej, John S. Link, MD.

Chemo: Secrets to Thriving From Someone Who’s

Been There.

Bedford, IN: NorLightsPress, 2011.