skin toxicity_web

Skin Toxicity: Managing Skin Rash during colorectal cancer treatment.

Published by Fight Colorectal Cancer, USA

Click here for downloadable pdf

GUT book

GUT: The Inside Story of Our Body’s Most Under-Rated Organ

Giulia Enders

An interesting and cheerful read, Ender’s international best seller educates us about all things gastro-intestinal.


Chicken Soup for the Soul: The Cancer Book: 101 Stories of Courage, Support & Love

Jack Canfield, Mark Victor Hansen and David Tabatsky

A collection of intimate and inspirational stories from cancer patients, families, friends, carers, medical professionals and clergy. Writers share their experience and offer advice on different stages of the cancer journey — from diagnosis, to breaking the news to family and friends, to finding a medical team and more.


Help Me Live: 20 things people with cancer want you to know

Lori Hope

A book for anyone who has a close friend or family member who’s been diagnosed with cancer, and wants to know how best to comfort and care for them. Help Me Live provides a well researched and personal account of the words and actions that are most helpful – and those that aren’t.


The Cancer Lifeline Cookbook

Kimberly Mathai and Ginny Smith

A cookbook created to help people with cancer better manage nutrition issues related to cancer treatment. As well as healthy recipes, it contains discussions of the best cancer-fighting foods, nutrient information, and sections to address possible nutrition-related side effects of cancer and its treatment.


What helped get me through: cancer survivors share  wisdom and hope

Julie K. Silver (ed.)

In this book, cancer survivors including Carly Simon and Scott Hamilton relate what helped them get through each stage of the cancer journey. A helpful read for cancer sufferers, families, carers, and doctors.


Butterfly Kisses and Wishes on Wings

Ellen McVicker, illustrated by Nanci Hersh

A beautifully written and illustrated picture book designed for cancer sufferers to explain their diagnosis  to children in a clear and meaningful way, and to help children deal with the difficult emotions they face when a parent or  relative is  diagnosed with cancer.


Dying to know

Andrew Anastasios

A book that aims to break the silence about the topic of death and provide support and information for people who are terminally ill and their carers. Recommended by Linda Codling, pancreatic cancer survivor.


A Pocketful of Sequins

Moonstone Media

This little book contains short words of comfort and inspiration from breast cancer sufferers and their families, accompanied by beautiful watercolour illustrations. It’s a book to brighten up inevitable dark days and to offer hope to people on a cancer journey.


Donate Now