Asking Bold Questions Following A Cancer Diagnosis

It’s easy to get thrown into a tailspin upon learning that you’ve got cancer, and it’s really challenging to get the information you need to make the best choices to heal your cancer.

For more than three years, I’ve been talking with cancer survivors, attending conferences, reading book after book after book, and scouring the interwebs for information about theHeal-Your-Cancer-cover-angled relationship surrounding nutrition, lifestyle, and cancer diagnoses. There is no shortage of information on this topic, which is both a good and a bad thing. Good because for those of us who love to explore, there’s plenty of information. Bad, of course, because so much information can seem overwhelming.

To help dial down that feeling of overwhelm, I’ve released an eBook to help people navigate the world of cancer treatment on their path to health. Heal Your Cancer: 12 Bold Questions to Ask on Your Journey to Health is offered free of charge and is designed to lend a hand to people who have recently been diagnosed with cancer. It serves as a catalyst to discussion – discussions cancer patients will want to have with friends, family, healthcare practitioners, coworkers and colleagues. These questions are by no means an exhaustive list of questions that need to be asked, yet they will serve to start much-needed dialog.

Let me know if you find this eBook helpful, and best of luck on your journey to health. Keep the conversation going; stay connected on Facebook and twitter.

Download the eBook for free here. Learn a bit about why I started researching the relationship around cancer diagnoses, nutrition, and lifestyle here.

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The information on this blog post is written as a source of information only. Deb Nelson is not a doctor and has no medical training. The information contained on this site should by no means be considered a substitute for the advice of a qualified medical professional, who should always be consulted before beginning any health program. The reader is cautioned to carefully assess the risks associated with following any health program and is responsible for obtaining health care appropriate for his/her condition.
About Deb

Deb Nelson, principal of deb nelson consulting, is a creative storyteller. She designs and implements communication plans that leverage strategic partnerships and provide innovative solutions for her clients. You can find her on twitter at @nelliedeb.

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