Recommended Reading

 

Books about cancer have become an industry in its own right. This can be overwhelming when you are first diagnosed. Sophie has trawled through the good, the bad, the ugly and the profoundly hopeful. These are her top recommendations:

 
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The Cancer Whisperer, Sophie Sabbage 

Obvs! But not just because Sophie wrote it. She wrote it because it was the book she could not find in the whole industry - one that helps patients navigate the fear, rage, grief and all the psychological challenges that come with a diagnosis. We need to treat the mind as well as the body.

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The Cancer Revolution, Patricia Peat and 27 contributors

The other book Sophie couldn’t find when she needed it, but published since. A fantastic encyclopaedia of the best complementary clinics, practitioners and treatments you can consider.

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How to Starve Cancer, Jane McLelland

Excellent book by a pioneering patient who overcame stage four cancer using off label drugs. Packed with information and good science.

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Also:

 
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Radical Remission, Kelly Turner

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You Are the Placebo, Dr Joe Dipenza

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Anti Cancer, A New Way of Life, Dr. David Servan-Schreiber

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And finally:

 
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Lifeshocks - And how to love them, Sophie Sabbage

For anyone wanting to discover how Sophie’s story unfolded after The Cancer Whisperer and who is ready to live a life of transformation, creativity, wonder and surrender.

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