Mind over Malignancy is self-help for cancer patients.
Becoming engaged in the healing process is argued to be crucial in the fight against almost every illness. This workbook aims to teach cancer patients specific coping techniques to help them to take a more active role in managing their illness. It offers cognitive-behavioural techniques for transforming the stress, anxiety, depression and anger that so many patients experience.
Gersh, W.D., Golden, W.L., & Robbins, D. (1997). Mind Over Malignancy: Living With Cancer. Oakland, Ca.: New Harbinger.
This is a self-help book written for cancer patients.