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What Not to Say to a Cancer Patient - How to Talk about Cancer and Create a Supportive Network
By Paul L. Bishop and Terri A. Boekhoff
114pp 5x8

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A four-year survivor of stage IV papillary thyroid cancer, Paul Bishop offers the newly diagnosed practical advice to effectively manage their energy, resources, and emotions. To those around them he shares an inside perspective into the thoughts, hopes, and fears from the patient's point of view; and provides helpful suggestions for how one can support them.

Paul Bishop has been featured on an Emmy-award winning segment of 60 Minutes

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Paul Bishop has spent decades in high-end sales in both the technology and finance industries. His prescient whistle-blower complaint was featured in an Emmy award-winning 60 Minutes segment –“World of Trouble.”

Two months after the segment aired Paul was diagnosed with stage IV thyroid cancer. He offers this guide for the person who has been diagnosed with cancer, their friends and family, and the medical community in order to create a more effective way to build support.