Teenage Cancer Journey captures, from a teen's perspective, what it's like to be confronted with a life-threatening illness during the transition from child to adult. It describes Gill's personal struggles with philosophical questions ("Why me?"), as well as with practical dilemmas ("Will my wig stay on while I'm riding a roller coaster?").
If you care for teenagers with cancer, you know they are dealing with a unique situation. Not only are they facing a serious illness, but they are also making an often-stressful transition from child to adult. In this touching book, Kathleen Gill addresses the unique issues facing teenagers with cancer. In a straightforward manner, she captures adolescents' battles with cancer and shares her own experience of having cancer as a teen, offering advice about losing hair, relating to family and friends who are healthy, and balancing schoolwork with treatment
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