A Woman’s Guide to Navigating the Invisible Cancer Load – Downloadable PDF for Health Professionals
Are you a Health Professional? This special offer affords you the ability to download and share our book with your patients at a once-off fee. Add the book to your suite of patient education and support resources.
Once you purchase this book you will be entitled to a single download within 30 days of purchase.
“Having the unique experience of being both clinician and patient, Sally-Anne is able to weave together not only her personal cancer journey but also her professional knowledge. It is this multifaceted perspective that has allowed her to create such an amazing resource to help other cancer patients on their journey.”
Dr Emily Amos, General Practitioner, Mindfulness Meditation Teacher
“Through her carefully researched, candid, and deeply personal writing, Sally-Anne discusses issues that are important to women with cancer. Her work has a holistic focus and delves into topics which many traditional patient information resources simply gloss over”.
Dr Lironne Wein, Medical Oncologist, Women’s Health Melbourne
“Cancer is a club no one ever wants to be part of. Sally-Anne has been able to capture and raise awareness of the behind-the-scenes of cancer that we often aren’t aware of. It was reassuring to know that my experiences were shared by other mums. The book is easy to read and relate to, and contains many useful links and practical information for mums going through cancer”.
Lisa Davis, diagnosed with breast cancer aged 46, with children aged 7 and 10.
I am a retired Oncologist in the States. I asked Sally to speak via Zoom and a podcast format on her book and her cancer experience. In anticipation, I read Sally’s “A Woman’s Guide to Navigating the Invisible Cancer Load”. What a gift to new patients. As a clinician, I wish I had read something so insightful much earlier in my career. Sally takes us through all the things we normally think about; diagnosis, treatment, and prognosis. But there is so much happening in a patient and within her ecosystem that we tend to dismiss or ignore. Her book is informative, and instructive and has the potential of making a cancer patient’s journey more realistic with help as to how to overcome the hurdles. We are actually looking at a grant to help buy and supply the book to the new cancer patients in our local hospitals. She has made, with her advocacy, a major contribution towards easing a patient’s pathway.
Jeff Giguere, MD. Chief Medical Officer Cancer Institute Prisma Health Upstate