With one in three women and one in two men expected to receive a cancer diagnosis at some point in their life, it’s likely that every one of us personally knows someone who could benefit from having a copy of Cancer—Now What?
Who is giving the book to people with cancer and their loved ones?
Individuals are giving it to friends, relatives, neighbors, and coworkers.
Pastors and churches are giving it to people in their congregations and communities.
Physicians, nurses, mental health professionals, and others involved in healthcare are giving it to patients and families.
Stephen Ministers are giving it to their care receivers.
Businesspeople are giving it to customers, colleagues, and clients.
Educational institutions, social service agencies, and community organizations are giving it to the people they serve and support.
“No one is ever prepared for a cancer diagnosis. That’s why it’s so important to get this book into the patient’s hands as soon as possible. As an oncologist and a cancer survivor, I want all my patients and their families to have this book.”
Jack T. Griffeth, M.D., FACRO | Radiation Oncologist | Northeast Georgia Medical Center | Gainesville, Georgia
Anyone who comes in contact with someone facing cancer can give this book as a way to offer help, support, and care. Many individuals and organizations keep multiple copies on hand to give after they find out about a cancer diagnosis. (See quantity pricing for Cancer—Now What?)
The Cancer—Now What? Giver’s Guide provides suggestions for giving the book to those diagnosed with cancer and their loved ones.