The Practical Caregiver's Guide to Cancer Care: How to Help Someone You Love #2
By Sara Barton
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Published: Dec. 04, 2011
Words: 8,426 (approximate)
Are you a new caregiver, unsure of what your job is for your loved one with cancer? The Practical Caregiver's Guide to Cancer Care will help you understand not only how to take care of your loved one, but also yourself. Make the care you provide fit the real needs of the person needing help.
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