Updated Version of Living With Head and Neck Cancer Guide Now Available

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SPOHNC is very pleased to announce that the long-anticipated and updated version of We Have Walked in Your Shoes: A Guide to Living with Oral, Head, and Neck Cancer Second Edition is now available!

SPOHNC is very pleased to announce that the long-anticipated and updated version of We Have Walked in Your Shoes: A Guide to Living with Oral, Head, and Neck Cancer Second Edition is now available!

We Have Walked in Your Shoes: A Guide to Living with Oral, Head and Neck Cancer is a welcomed guide for patients, survivors and their families. This resource contains the basics about the symptoms and diagnosis of head and neck cancer, types of treatment and common side effects. It also offers a section to list your healthcare team, a personal calendar and journal, diet and nutrition information, and a list of resources. It is beautifully illustrated with impressionistic paintings of the 1800's.

We Have Walked In Your Shoes… contains a wealth of information for newly diagnosed patients, caregivers, and those patients going through treatment. Healthcare professionals, clinics, diagnostic centers and cancer institutions throughout the U.S. will also find this book to be of great value for their patients.

To order your copy, click here.

For bulk orders please call 1-800-377-0928 or email us at info@spohnc.org

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