"This book is a must read for anyone newly diagnosed with cancer seeking a real, informative depiction of what it means to be a cancer survivor.” shares Heather Anderson, BS, MSN, FNS-C, AOCNP (Advanced Oncology Certified Nurse Practitioner).
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. (PRWEB) October 03, 2020
You’ve just left the doctor’s office and you’ve heard the dreaded diagnosis, “You have cancer.” Once you receive that diagnosis, then what?
The cancer journey is not a straight line and when newly diagnosed there are so many questions. A new book by cancer survivor, Ann Low, provides a much-needed resource for guiding you through the beginning of your diagnosis, with information about understanding your insurance, tracking complex medical information, screening medical professionals to work with you, as well as tip, tricks and resources to guide you on this new and, often confusing, journey.
The book, Holy Crap I Have Cancer! Now What? What to Expect When You Weren’t Expecting, offers an easy-to-read and practical guide to navigate a person through a cancer diagnosis and into survivorship.
“Ann Low gives her readers an honest, raw and many times, humorous account of her breast cancer journey. She describes her experiences and the knowledge she gained along the way to related to cancer, cancer diagnosis/treatment and cancer survivorship. This book is a must read for anyone newly diagnosed with cancer seeking a real, informative depiction of what it means to be a cancer survivor.” shares Heather Anderson, BS, MSN, FNS-C, AOCNP (Advanced Oncology Certified Nurse Practitioner).
Before you start treatments, a newly diagnosed cancer patient may only have time to read one book – make it this one!
This book was published by Low Down Publishing and is available on Amazon.
About the Author: Ann Low is an entrepreneur who has traveled the world with her husband and her two children. She lives and works out of her home in Scottsdale, Arizona and is a survivor of stage 3 breast cancer. In her free time, she expresses her artistic side by welding, painting, glassblowing and anything else she can use to express her creative side.