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Caught Between Generations

Caught Between Generations

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November 17th 2016:New Approaches to Surviving Cancer

How do you get through a new cancer diagnosis? What’s the next chapter for a cancer survivor after treatment? Dr. Stewart Fleishman, author of Learn to Live Through Cancer, helps patients and families cope after a cancer diagnosis and explains how we can beat the physical and emotional effects of cancer. Dr. Anne Katz, author of Surviving after Cancer, equips survivors to overcome relationship challenges couples often face and helps us to embrace a ‘new normal’ after cancer.

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Dr. Stewart B Fleishman

Dr. Fleishman is the author of companion books, LEARN to Live Through Cancer: What You Need to Know and Do and the Manual of Cancer Treatment Recovery: What the Practitioner Needs to Know and Do. These books offer patients, familes and cancer specialists of many disciplines the foundations to apply sound principles of symptom control and psychosocial care throughout the course of cancer illness, preparing for long term survival and improving quality of life. Dr. Fleishman visits cancer centers across the country for accreditation by the American College of Surgeons Commission on Cancer, where more than 70% of cancer patients are treated in the USA. Dr. Fleishman is a Fellow of the N
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Dr. Anne Katz

My professional life is focused on providing information, education and counseling to people with cancer and their partners about sexual changes that can occur during and after treatment. But there is another important aspect to this work; I want every cancer patient to be able to have a discussion about sexuality with their health care providers. And so I travel around the world, teaching health care providers to ask their patients about this important part of quality of life. To reach those who cannot hear me talk and teach, I have written a number of books that will bring this message into the homes, offices and clinics of patients and care providers. I have also written about c
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