EduCare is pleased to announce the release of the eighth edition of the Breast Cancer Treatment Handbook. First published in 1995, this easy-to-use book features the newest treatments, continuing research about survivorship, graphic illustrations and practical tips for helping the patient navigate the cancer journey.
With more than 295,000 copies in use, the Breast Cancer Treatment Handbook is a trusted patient navigation guide for up-to-date clinical information, clear explanations of tests and treatments and recommendation-free guidance. The new edition now offers additional material on emotional recovery, survivorship and healthful living. Eighteen tear-out worksheets help a patient prioritize and organize the questions she must ask her medical team in order to actively participate in her treatment. An expanded glossary, a drug reference section and an updated resource list further empower patients.
“Understanding the disease, treatments, emotions and recovery from breast cancer is just as important as the medical treatment a woman receives,” says Judy Kneece, R.N., OCN, President of EduCare. “We wrote this book for every woman diagnosed with breast cancer to inform and empower them with a complete road map for their journey from diagnosis to recovery.”
EduCare Inc., a dedicated breast health education company, was founded in January 1994 by Judy C. Kneece, RN, OCN. In the past 18 years, Judy has trained over 2,200 breast health navigators to guide patients through their cancer journey.
The eighth edition of Breast Cancer Treatment Handbook is available directly from EduCare. Orders may be made through the company website at www.EduCareInc.com or by phone at 843-760-6064.