July 23, 2023

Top-10 Quick Reads for Young Adult Cancer Patients?


With 300+ posts on my blog about cancer and young adults, it can be hard to know exactly where to start.  I’ve compiled a list of the top ten posts that continue to get thousands of hits.

Top-Ten Posts

1. Your 5 Must-Have Items from Surgery & Treatment Time?

2. Do You Like Being Called Strong?

3. How Do You Prevent Errors in Your Care?

4. Smart Responses to Stupid Comments?

5. How to Ask For Your Medical Bill to be Reduced?

6. Your Best Advice To A Newly Diagnosed Patient?

7. Power of Positive Thinking vs. Realistic Thinking?

8. Did Cancer Impact Your Finances?

9. Scared of Every Little Ache and Pain?

10. Have You Ever Seen A Therapist?


Special searches.
If you are looking for a specific topic, scroll down the right side of this page, click on ‘Hot Topics’, or use the ‘Search’ box just above that to enter keywords about issues that are on your mind.

If you have been reading and commenting over the years, thanks to contributing to the popularity of the blog.  If you are new, welcome aboard.

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  1. Follow Friday: Eclectic and Effective Group of Patient Experts Says:
    May 23rd, 2010 at 6:11 PM

    [...] and an avid writer on the subject. If you are new to her blog, I'd suggest starting with her Top Ten Posts. You’ll get a flavor of her five-star approach to young adult cancer [...]

  2. CrabbyCancerWife Says:
    October 30th, 2011 at 9:15 PM

    Wow. What a great resource! I wish we had seen this when we were starting with cancer - you have great, practical advice. I was especially impressed with your posts about preventing errors in your care, and how to ask for a reduced medical bill. I have felt like the paperwork, finances and administration of being a cancer patient are like adding insult to injury - it is overwhelming, and mistakes can take months to iron out, adding stress that does not contribute to the healing process. Your article was a great reminder of some of the simple things that can be done. Thank you!