Bowel cancer is the third most common cancer in the UK, affecting more than 37,000 people. However, with early diagnosis the condition can be managed effectively to allow patients to lead as normal a life as possible for as long as possible.
This book will inform and help those who have been diagnosed with bowel cancer, their family and friends, and those who simply want to know more about the condition. The book will contain practical advice and information on treatment choices and how to cope on a daily basis. For healthy individuals it also gives valuable information about how you can reduce the risk of developing bowel cancer and useful tips on healthy eating and lifestyles.
Written by a freelance medical author, this book aims to provide a reassuring and sensitive resource of information for use during a time when a person with a cancer diagnosis has so much to think about. People often say their time with their cancer specialists is limited and full of complicated terminology; this book aims to supplement this information, written in an easy-to-understand way.