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NCCN Guidelines for Patients

®

Adolescents and Young Adults with Cancer, Version 1.2017

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Resources

Navigating life (during and after treatment)

Rebecca Katz.

The Cancer-Fighting Kitchen:

Nourishing, Big-Flavor Recipes for Cancer Treatment

and Recovery.

Berkeley, CA: Celestial Arts, 2009.

Navigating life

(during and after treatment)

Web Resources

American Cancer Society Road to Recovery

Program:

Cancer in Our Family

http://acs.bookstore.ipgbook.com/cancer-in-our- family-products-9780944235959.php

Guide that helps parents teach children about the

diagnosis, treatment, potential recurrences of the

illness, and terminal illness

www.cancer.org/treatment/supportprogramsservices/ road-to-recovery

Provides free ground transportation to patients

receiving treatment; volunteers available based on zip

code.

American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO):

Family life

www.cancer.net/coping-and-emotions/communicating- loved-ones/family-life

Cancer101

www.cancer101.org

CANCER101 helps cancer patients and their loved

ones function as active partners in their care. The site

offers tools such as the Cancer101 Planner that can

help patients navigate their cancer journey.

Caregiver Action Network

http://caregiveraction.org/

Provides resources for family and caregivers, such as

education and peer support.

Cancer and Careers

www.cancerandcareers.org

Empowers and educates people with cancer to

thrive in the workplace by providing expert advice,

interactive tools, and educational events.

Wigs for Cancer Patients

www.cancerandcareers.org/en/at-work/Managing- Treatment-Side-Effects/Wigs-for-Cancer-Patients

Look Good, Feel Better

www.lookgoodfeelbetter.org

(for women)

www.lookgoodfeelbetterformen.org

(for men)

Program dedicated to improving the self-esteem

and quality of life of people undergoing cancer

treatment. Includes information on how to manage the

appearance-related side effects of treatment.

Cancer Care

www.cancercare.org

Provides free professional support services to anyone

affected by cancer. All services—including counseling

and support groups, education, financial assistance,

and practical help—are provided by professional

oncology social workers and are completely free of

charge.

Cancer Legal Resource Center (CLRC)

https://disabilityrightslegalcenter.org/cancer-legal- resource-center

Telephone assistance line for cancer patients looking

for legal information or assistance.

Cancer.Net

Late Effects

www.cancer.net/survivorship/late-effects CaringBridge.org www.caringbridge.org

Online space where cancer patients and their friends

and family can connect, share, and receive support–