I love the O-Wise App and Blog When you’re diagnosed with breast cancer, or any cancer, you’re in a state of shock, and a simple app which takes the thinking out of things is so helpful. This app does many things all in one place – treatment plan, symptom records, and so much more – even recording those all important hospital consultations, so you can check what was said afterwards when your mind has gone blank (trust me – it does). I love the blogs too – such clear practical advice and information on really useful topics associated with your new life as a breast cancer patient. I’m also thrilled that O-Wise have quoted from my book From Both Ends of The Stethoscope – Getting Through Breast Cancer By A Doctor Who Knows
Brilliant new book to help all with breast cancer – compiled by someone who has lived with and campaigned for #secondarybreastcancer for some years abcd – After Breast Cancer Diagnosis – and it is free
Delighted that once again, The Breast Cancer Haven has featured my book, From Both Ends of the Stethoscope – Getting Through Breast Cancer by a Doctor Who Knows. This month the talk is about Fear During Breast Cancer – an important but often ignored topic. Well done Breast Cancer Haven for bringing this to the front.
Many thanks to Against BC for featuring Dr Kathleen Thompson’s book, From Both Ends of the Stethoscope in their newspaper
Sam Evans has written a useful article in Huffington Post about the less talked about effects of breast cancer on your body. We were so pleased that she recommended reading Dr Kathleen Thompson’s book, From Both Ends of the Stethoscope – Getting Through Breast Cancer by a Doctor Who Knows
Sometimes we get breast cancer whatever we do, but there are steps we can take to reduce the chance.
If we do get breast cancer, seeing the doctor early improves our chances – so what clues should we look for. See this article by Dr Kathleen Thompson in the Huffington Post for advice
There are often several options for breast cancer surgery. You need the right knowledge to make sure you you make the best choice for your future appearance and to beat the cancer. Dr Kathleen Thompson’s article in the Huffington Post will guide you.