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10 Things Cancer Patients Secretly Wish You Would Stop Saying

Cancer happens. In fact, it happens to over 38% of the world’s population.

Almost every adult in the world has had a family member or friend who has dealt with cancer. You might be surprised by some of the things people say to cancer patients, but indeed the wrong things get said every day. If you want to let your loved one know that you care, there are ways of going about it without saying the wrong thing. Besides being shocked by some of the horrific things that have been said to cancer patients, you might also be surprised by some of the things that you may view as positive and heartfelt that cancer patients actually wish you wouldn’t say. Here are 10 things cancer patients secretly wish you would stop saying.

Are you are having trouble finding the right words?  Read our article here about how to write a meaningful and heartfelt letter.

#1 - “Let me know if you need anything.”

This might seem like a general thing to say, but that’s just it. It is general. It doesn’t mean much to someone with cancer and leaves things open-ended and almost empty feeling. How is a cancer patient supposed to respond to that? What if they indeed asked you for something that you couldn’t do for them? Are they literally supposed to believe you would do “anything” for them? Don’t ask a cancer patient this empty question.

#2 - “Why would God do something like this to you?”

First of all, it's usually best to leave religion out of your talks with a cancer patient. Secondly, a statement like this gives them the sense that you believe a greater power did this to them for some sort of a reason. It gives the sense that there is something wrong they did to deserve a punishment. Leave higher powers out of the discussion in most cases.

#3 - “Did you smoke at all? Was it second-hand smoke? How did you get it?”

Smoking is not the cause of all cancers, and neither is second-hand smoke. A question like this only shows you are trying to put someone or something at fault which is not at all what the cancer patient wants to think about. And even if they did know how their cancer developed, it’s not something they want to have a discussion about just because you asked.

#4 - “Positivity is everything. Keep being positive. You have to stay positive.”

Positivity is not the cure for cancer. There have been many positive people who have died from cancer, just like there have been many negative people who have survived cancer. No one should have to stay positive, and no - positivity is not everything. And for the cancer patient who knows this, telling them that they have to stay positive is showing your own selfishness because you want them to be positive for others like yourself.

#5 - “Everything will be okay.”

This is another empty statement that many cancer patients hate hearing. No one knows if everything will be okay, not even their doctor. People can hope and try to make some things better than they would be, but no one really knows. It is impossible for every single thing to be okay, especially for a cancer patient, so don’t make yourself sound naive in saying that every single thing will be just fine.

# 6 - “Have you tried ______ ?”

Don’t ever think you have the magic potion for curing cancer. Billions of dollars have been spent trying to figure this out, and if it were easy enough for you to find the magic potion or pill or mindset to cure cancer, everyone would do it and cancer wouldn’t exist. But it does exist, it does happen, and you voicing what you think they should try in order to cure their cancer doesn’t help one bit.

#7 - “If you pray hard enough, you will be cured.”

If this were true, there would be no need for medicine or therapy or any sort of treatment. And on another note, saying something like this not only gives unwanted and false advice but also tells the cancer patient that if they don’t indeed become cured, that it was their fault for not praying hard enough.

#8 - “Have you planned your funeral / written your will / prepared for your death?”

Questions like this do get asked, and cancer patients don’t like hearing them. These subjects should only be talked about by those that the cancer patient feels close enough to talk to them about. If you’re not one of them, don’t ask about their funeral, their will, or any sort of preparations for their death. We all die someday, and no one is ever fully prepared for it.

#9 - “What if your hair doesn’t grow back? / Are you worried about losing your hair?”

Not all cancer patients lose their hair. And even for those that will lose their hair, it’s not something you should push your worry onto. Cancer patients have so much more to worry about besides the possibility of losing their hair, and even if they were actually worried about it, they wouldn’t want to be reminded of this worry by you.

#10 - “Live every day like it’s your last.”

Although this seems like a very positive statement, it gives a cancer patient the sense that you believe they will be having their last day soon. And on top of that, it’s difficult enough for a cancer patient to eat food, let alone getting out of bed in the morning. Don’t voice your opinion that they should be living it up and doing all the things they want to do.  Most of the time they wouldn’t have the energy or will to do these things in the first place.

Among these 10 things cancer patients secretly wish you would stop saying, one thing to make absolutely clear is that you should also not just be silent. Besides anything you shouldn’t say to a cancer patient, the worst is not saying anything at all. If you care about your loved one, you will simply be there for them. You will talk to them. Not being there at all through what could be one of the worst experiences of their life shows a lot. Talk to them. Be caring. But most of all, be present.

Humorous words of encouragement for cancer patients

Humorous Words of Encouragement for Cancer Patients

Your friend or loved one has cancer, and you are looking for some humorous words of encouragement.

It can be difficult to come up with the right words to use in these situations, and often you just don’t know what to say.


You might be surprised to know that many cancer patients would prefer to hear some humorous words and have a laugh with you instead of hearing the same overthought overly-heartfelt response that everyone else has been telling them. 


Cancer doesn’t have to be depressing and lead to the same conversation over and over.  Instead, here are some funny and humorous words of encouragement that just might lighten the mood, and put a smile on their face so that you can enjoy your time together.


Humorous Words Of Encouragement For Cancer Patients - Inspire with Humor

Here are some humorous yet inspiring words of encouragement that you can use in different situations to both encourage and inspire the cancer patient, while still adding a bit of humor. Some of these aren’t for everyone but you’ll find at least one that works for you.

For those believing cancer to be their life - “Cancer is a word. Not a sentence.”

Here’s one for the patient who believes they’re broken - “Broken crayons still color.”

One for the patient who’s worried about not progressing or taking a step backward - “Hey, taking a step backward after taking a step forward isn’t a disaster, it’s more like a cha-cha.”

Words to a cancer patient you are close with - “Thoughts and prayers are great, but if you need some good drugs, I’m your guy!”

A somewhat darker joke for the patient with a strong sense of humor - “Well, they say laughter is the best medicine… Unless you have cancer, in which case chemotherapy is probably more effective.”

For the cancer patient worried about dying - “We’re all going to die someday. I could slip on a banana tomorrow and WHAM. That could be the end of me!”

An inspiring set of words - “Cancer can take away your physical abilities, but it will never touch your soul.”

Letting The Cancer Patient Know You’ll Be With Them Through Everything

Besides the words you say, what really encourages cancer patients is to know and believe that you will be with them not just after they beat the cancer, but while they are fighting through it. Here are some humorous words of encouragement that let them know you’ll be with them through everything.

Put a smile on their face with this one - “If you need someone to talk to, I’ll tell you all my bad jokes. Maybe some good ones. Probably just the bad ones. My point is I’ll be here to tell them.”

Invite yourself to do something with the patient - “It’s not the years in your life that count. It’s the life in your years. What are we doing, today?”

Don’t just let the cancer patient know you’ll bring them food if they want any. Tell them very specifically that you will be joining them for dinner - “I’m not the best cook, and I might burn my house down while trying, but what do you want for dinner tonight? Can I join?”

And for the cancer patient who’s having a craving, it’s important that they eat, so let them know you’ll bring them whatever they want - “I’ve got my phone in my hand ready to call any restaurant you want. Let’s eat tonight. What are we having?”

Let them know you completely understand - “This/cancer sucks. I love you. I’m going to kick cancer’s ass with you. What should we do first?”

Tell the patient what you would do to cancer - “If I could rip that cancer from your body I would. But I’m not an exorcist. Let’s do something else instead.”

For the cancer patient who enjoys a good scoop or two of ice cream, call them on the phone - “Welcome to your favorite ice cream store. Can I take your order? Seriously, I’m here, what flavor do you want?”

Words That Tell The Cancer Patient To Not Give Up

Sometimes a cancer patient needs a humorous kick in the butt to keep them going. Sometimes a purely inspirational quote or saying will do, but what’s even better is to add your own humor to it. Here are a handful of words that tell the cancer patient to not give up.

When the patient says they are dying from cancer - “You’re not dying from cancer, you’re living with cancer. And one day you’ll be living without it.”

An inspiring set of words - “You have cancer. But cancer will never have YOU!”

Bring out the fighter in the patient - “Cancer may have started the fight, but you are going to finish it.”

Remind them of the guy who gave up - “Hey remember that guy who gave up? Neither does anyone else.”

For the patient who has been told they’re wrong or made a bad decision - “Whatever you decide, there’s always someone to tell you that you’re wrong. Screw that guy. You make your own decisions.”

Here’s one for the cancer patient who believes they are a failure - “I’ve failed plenty of times. Who cares? Fail again. Just try and fail a little bit better this time.”

Remind them about the time they’ll have with you after they beat cancer - “Don’t give up. Don’t you want to keep hearing my bad jokes and terrible stories?”

A Final Note About Using Humor For Encouragement

Just a little bit of humor can go a long way for a cancer patient. With the negative thoughts in their head and sometimes even negative words they hear from others, it might just be that one funny thing you said that brings a smile to their face in a time of despair.

Some of these words and sayings won’t work well for every person, so pick and choose what you think would bring a smile to their face. If there are a few words that would sound natural coming out of your mouth, say them.

It’s better to say the words than it is to wonder if they could have helped in some way. You don’t have to make them laugh every time you talk with them, but giving them even a little bit of joy during their rocky journey can bring hope and happiness into their life, even when you’re not there.

Inspirational gifts for cancer patients

Inspirational Gifts for Cancer Patients

Inspirational gifts for cancer patients can provide much-needed hope and determination during treatment.


For cancer patients and survivors, days can be tough, full of hard choices, pain, and fear.  We want to ease that hardship and make them feel better.

Coffee in a cherished mug may remind a friend in treatment that small victories matter. For a loved one, wearing a special t-shirt may be a way to embrace each day with hope. The best gift, though, is that these items remind them of you.


In the fight against cancer, love and community are vital to making treatment more tolerable and finding motivation in each day.

Here is a compilation of products that will comfort your loved one, that celebrates victories large and small and that will remind them that you care and they are loved.

What I love about this necklace is that it celebrates the victory over cancer, by the color of the ribbon wrapped around the engraved message. The pendant is sturdy and heavy, just like the battle over the disease, and it recognizes that no war is won alone and without struggle. Give this to your proud survivor and you’ll see in their smile how they relate to this message.

What could be better than this motivational and attractive bottle to motivate healthy hydration?  This stainless steel bottle is safe to use with hot and cold drinks, and the Believe motif is a graphic reminder of hope.  Drinking fluids is challenging during treatment, and every little bit of motivation to keep well-hydrated helps.

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  • Sometimes what you need is a literal embrace of hope. This super soft throw has a Scripture inscription of Jeremiah 29:11 “For I know the plans I have for you, declares the Lord. Plans to prosper you and not harm you. Plans to give you hope and a future.” In those moments when your loved one feels cold, the warmth of this blanket and its words will make things better. Faith is a powerful healer and the comfort of Scripture on the plush fleece may strengthen their faith and give them peace.

    WillowTree sculptures are crafted with deep love and an intention behind them. This one, written on a card enclosed with the beautiful figure, states ”May you find strength, beauty, and peace each day.”  Looking at this serene praying angel, cloaked in the Tree of Life, helps us find in each breath a moment of solace. Sometimes, that’s what we need to find the positive in our day.

    “Life is tough but I am tougher” is the mantra of the fighter in you. This cancer survivor bracelet also has a bangle of a ribbon and another of the word Hope.  The stainless steel it is constructed with is you, the tough warrior that endured and came on top. With this bracelet you are saying that you remember, you endured and won, and you are looking into the future. All in style!

    50 Days of hope inspirational journal was written by a person who understands what it is like to get a cancer diagnosis. She needed hope, and so do we. This journal offers true stories and inspiration for 50 days and allows us to document our hopes and fears, our questions, and our experience. Finding out you or a loved one has cancer is confusing, scary and debilitating. Detangling these emotions by writing them down, along with the faith expressed in this journal’s pages, aides us in making decisions and caring better for ourselves.

    This book is full of true stories, quotes, and scripture from the NIV that aim to break the stereotype of cancer as a do-it-all. Cancer cannot break the love you feel for each other. Cancer cannot destroy hope or faith. The book is uplifting, inspiring and a for a person struggling, it brings comfort and strength.

    Chemo is tough! Our body changes, we are tired and don’t feel like ourselves. This t-shirt with the quote “Fighting cancer, going through chemo, and still this sexy” is a funny way to celebrate that we are still ourselves. Take it to your next chemo session and you will not only feel better, but you will also make everyone around you chuckle.

    This blanket feels like a hug, full of warmth and softness. It has words of comfort and healing that can help both the sick and their caregivers. When you wrap yourself in this blanket, every part of it has words of hope and inspiration.  Getting this as a gift always brings a smile and a lasting feeling of being loved and cared for.

    This small wall plaque reminds us of the things necessary to get through any difficult time. It reads “Always remember you are braver than you think, stronger than you seem and loved more than you know.”  When my friend was struggling and her confidence was at an all-time low, these words by her bedside helped ground her. Getting through cancer takes inner strength and outward support, and this little box plaque is a quick reminder.

    Gift ideas for breast cancer patients

    Gift Ideas for Breast Cancer Patients

    Need help choosing a gift for someone with breast cancer?


    This handy list makes it easy. Are you looking for the latest medical information or guides for her health and wellness?  Choose books from this list that are written by cancer experts, doctors, and breast cancer survivors. Give her the best information with powerful books on cancer treatments.  Pick a book to help guide her through every step of her journey, written by patients who became survivors.  No matter what you choose, the gifts on this list are perfect for showing her how much you care.

    Gift ideas for breast cancer patients

    When you know a strong woman with breast cancer, Getting Things Off My Chest: A Survivor's Guide to Staying Fearless and Fabulous in the Face of Breast Cancer is the perfect gift.  Share expert advice on everything from how to talk with the doctors to how to stay strong and healthy. This book was written by a breast cancer survivor to support and encourage others.  The book is filled with tips, advice, and ideas that help women take charge during this difficult time. Funny and sweet, this detailed guide to managing illness will empower her every step of the way.

    Help boost her recovery with style by giving the Brobe Recovery Robe for Breast Cancer/Surgery Recovery.  This beautiful robe is made of strong, light-weight fabric for maximum comfort. With hidden pockets designed to hold surgical drains, this robe is functional and attractive.  The robe also has bra pockets for ice packs or prosthetics. The sleeves are designed for easy IV access, making this robe perfect for wearing before and after surgery. Make her recovery easier with this practical and good-looking gift.

    Make every car ride more comfortable with The Breast & Chest Buddy - Seatbelt Cushion.  This soft, flexible cushion protects tender areas after surgery. The easy to use cushion wraps around any style seatbelt and works in any car.  Choose the pink or grey color with a heart or the breast cancer ribbon design. Help her stay safe and comfortable anywhere she wants to go.

    Make every car ride more comfortable with The Breast & Chest Buddy - Seatbelt Cushion.  This soft, flexible cushion protects tender areas after surgery. The easy to use cushion wraps around any style seatbelt and works in any car.  Choose the pink or grey color with a heart or the breast cancer ribbon design. Help her stay safe and comfortable anywhere she wants to go.

    Give her the gifts of comfort and love with the UGG Bliss Sherpa Throw.  This oversized blanket is soft and warm, making it the perfect gift for home and hospital use.  Wrap her a special hug on good and bad days with this lovely blanket. Choose from a variety of colors for a personal and useful gift.  An instant favorite, she will treasure this blanket as a gift from the heart.

    Author and beauty editor Caitlin Kiernan didn't let cancer stop her from being her best.  In Pretty Sick: The Beauty Guide for Women with Cancer, she offers practical advice for staying healthy and beautiful.  In this book, she has gathered expert advice from doctors, hair stylists, and makeup artists. Their tips and tricks will help every woman with breast cancer look and feel great.   Show her how beautiful she is with this useful book.

    Warm her heart and feet with the UGG Women's Cozy Sparkle Socks Gift Set.  This is a gift that will brighten her day. These warm and stylish socks are the perfect colors for any season.  She will appreciate the quality of this machine washable, easy care gift. The set of three crew length socks are gift boxed and ready to give.

    Essential oils are the perfect gift for breast cancer patients.  This calming oil from doTERRA helps relieve stress and balance emotions.  doTERRA, a leader in essential oils, offers the Frankincense Touch, combining Frankincense with coconut oil to help soothe tired skin.  Frankincense is thought to be a cancer-fighting oil with many health benefits. This easy to use roll-on is convenient for pocket or purse.  

    Breast cancer patients will find it easy to drink plenty of water with the pH VITALITY Stainless Steel Alkaline Water Filter Pitcher by Invigorated Water.  The stylish, stainless steel pitcher is designed to look good in any room. The advanced filter removes heavy metals for better taste. The patented filter process adds healthy minerals and breaks down water molecules for better hydration.  Give the gift of healthy, clean water.

    The Breast Cancer Gift Set Including Cancer Treatment Notebook Planner and Journal is the perfect way to show support during her difficult journey.  Created by cancer survivors, the notebook includes nine different areas to keep track of everything related to cancer treatment. Organized sections include a calendar, places to record medications, procedures, and much more.   The journal gives her a special place to record her thoughts and feelings along the way. Give her this beautiful gift set to show your loving support.

    Give her The Breast Cancer Survival Manual book, the most trusted guide for breast cancer patients.  The latest edition was recently updated with the newest information on cancer care and treatments. This book covers gene testing, targeted therapies, and the most effective treatment plans available.  Author Dr. John Link describes the latest medical research to help women who are looking for accurate information. Perfect for the newly diagnosed breast cancer patient, this guide offers a strong message of hope.  

    This motivational water bottle from Fight Like a Girl brand is designed to encourage and support breast cancer patients every single day.  One side features handy reminders to drink water throughout the day. The other side carries the inspirational message "BRAVE because I've faced darkness, HUMBLE because I've felt despair, STRONG because I've had to be, GRATEFUL because I've known loss, HAPPY because I've learned what matters."  The hot pink lid and straw highlight the breast cancer awareness cause. This gift offers hope and strength.

    Gifts for cancer patients undergoing chemo

    Gifts for Cancer Patients Undergoing Chemo

    Are you having trouble finding the right gift idea for someone who is undergoing chemo?

    It can be difficult to know which gift is the perfect one to show that you care and there are plenty of choices out there.  However, not all of them are useful or helpful for a cancer patient.  This handy list helps you find the right gifts for cancer patients undergoing chemo.


    Choose from useful gifts that are made from safe, natural ingredients. You will find gifts on this list that promote healing and good health.  There are great gifts that provide safety and comfort when traveling to and from appointments. Gifts with a spiritual message uplift patients and show your support.


    Give gifts that help relax the body and spirit.  Soft, cozy gifts give soothing warmth and comfort. Many of these top quality products help repair and protect their skin with natural healing ingredients. This list includes gifts that promote health and help lessen the side effects of chemo.  Giving the perfect gift is easy when you choose from products that are designed for and used by cancer patients. All these gifts are favorites of chemotherapy patients because they help fill their unique needs.

    Gifts for cancer patients undergoing chemo

    Gifts to help relax during chemo treatments

    Help make the time spent in chemotherapy relaxing and positive.  These gifts offer comfort and support during long waits and treatments.  A pair of high-quality headphones helps patients shut out the hospital noises around them.  Good headphones help them to use the time to listen to music, movies, or audiobooks. Remind patients they are never alone with a gift that sends a positive, healing message.  A warm blanket with words of encouragement or a personal prayer reminder both make perfect gifts. Ease discomfort during treatment with all-natural therapy socks that soothe tired feet and relieve cramps.  These gifts remind patients that you care. Show them that you are with them every step of the way by giving these relaxing and inspirational gifts.

    Gifts to make travel easier

    Long car rides to and from chemotherapy treatments are a challenge for many patients.  Some side effects of chemo, like nausea and dehydration, may make the journey very difficult. The gift of a motion sickness wristband, clinically proven to stop nausea, helps make the ride more comfortable.  This useful gift relieves their suffering without drugs or chemicals.  A cushioned seat belt cover makes car rides more comfortable by adding padding that protects tender areas around chemo ports or surgery scars. Or help distract your loved one from the long trip with a tablet that can store and play movies, books, and games.  These gifts will be a thoughtful reminder of your support during every long car ride.

    Gifts for their skin

    Chemotherapy and radiation treatments are very hard on the body.  The side effects can leave skin dry, chapped, and cracked. Some treatments can even cause rashes and sores.  When you’re looking for gifts that give healing and comfort, choose from those that are designed especially for cancer patients.  Natural, organic products made from herbs and oils promote healing without harsh chemicals or drugs. These products soothe skin without causing damage to tender areas.  Always choose a lip balm, cream, or ointment without paraben, alcohol, and artificial perfumes. Look for quality brands that provide relief without dangerous additives.  Both men and women will appreciate natural gifts that soothe and protect their skin. You will provide comfort and healing with these practical gifts.

    Gifts to help stay warm

    Chemotherapy patients often complain of feeling cold.  Long hours of sitting still and exposed body parts during treatments add to the problem.  There’s no better gift than the gift of the warmth with a soft throw blanket and be sure to choose materials that can be easily washed without losing their beauty.

    Stylish headcovers help keep patients warm and hide hair loss.  Brighten their spirits by choosing from a variety of beautiful colors. There are attractive colors available for every personality. A specially designed shirt for chemo treatments allows for easy access to a medication port and IV’s without uncovering a large amount of skin, keeping patients warm and comfortable.  

    A long-sleeve shirt with stylish zippers provides warmth and privacy without making treatment access difficult. Give these gifts to show you care and make them feel warm and loved.

    Gifts to protect them from getting sicker

    Chemotherapy can weaken the body and create unexpected problems.  Treatments can cause skin issues like fine lines and dryness. Treatment can even affect oral health by making the gums very tender or by causing sores to develop in the mouth.  Gifts that provide healing for these difficult issues show your care and concern. Patients will genuinely appreciate your thoughtfulness and help. Give a toothbrush or mouthwash that is designed especially for cancer patients.  

    These products are recommended by dentists and oncologists. They are gentle but effective tools that promote health and healing. Frankincense is an essential oil that soothes dry skin and helps heal imperfections. Choose an easy to apply roll on as a useful and helpful gift.  These gifts offer practical benefits that show your support.

    Best Books for Cancer Patients – A gift guide

    The gift of a good book provides comfort, inspiration, and support. 


    The gift of a good book provides comfort, inspiration, and support to a cancer patient. How do you choose the perfect book when there are so many for sale? This list has books written by doctors and cancer patients alike. Their personal stories offer hope for everyone with cancer.


    Give a gift that provides useful information with a book that explains the latest facts about healing foods and drinks. Your loved one will find delicious recipes in the cookbooks. Many of these books give helpful information about alternative treatments. There are easy to read books that explain the science of how cancer cures work and make thoughtful gifts. Show you care by sending a message of love with each of these books.

    Give the gift of good nutrition. In Beating Cancer with Nutrition, author Dr. Quillin offers this simple guide. As the vice president of nutrition at the Cancer Treatment Centers of America, he is an expert in food and health. This easy to follow book explains how to eat well with cancer and even includes recipes. Both doctors and cancer patients recommend this best selling book.

    How Not to Die: Discover the Foods Scientifically Proven to Prevent and Reverse Disease is the best book for cancer patients and anyone who wants to eat right and live a long life. This New York Times best-selling book is written by Dr. Michael Greger, who has devoted his life to showing how nutrition affects health. Give a gift that will educate and inspire. 

    Every woman wants to look and feel her best. Pretty Sick: The Beauty Guide for Women with Cancer is a complete resource for cancer patients. This gift offers the best advice for taking care of skin, hair, and nails during cancer treatment. Illustrated and full of style choices, this book covers every beauty issue from wig shopping to makeup.

    What Cancer Cannot Do: Stories of Courage is an uplifting book full of scripture, positive quotes, and heartfelt stories written by cancer survivors. Perfect for reading whenever courage is needed. This gift reminds patients that cancer cannot beat faith and love.

    Offer comfort each day with 50 Days of Hope. This book offers beautiful messages of support, written by others with cancer. The stories will inspire your loved one with daily encouragement. Share the hope of God's Word with this powerful gift.

    Having cancer means having questions. In Cancer Secrets, Dr. Jonathan Stegall, a successful oncologist, explains how to use every tool available to fight cancer. This easy to read book helps patients learn more about cancer and how to treat it, with both modern and alternative medicine. Offer hope with this gift that describes all the options available.

    The Winning and Preventing Cancer Diet is so much more than a cookbook! Information on cancer-fighting foods is combined with tasty, easy to make recipes that the whole family will enjoy. This book has flavors from around the world and includes Gluten Free, Vegetarian, and Vegan recipes. Perfect for anyone who wants to improve their nutrition to fight cancer.

    Do you want to share your love of tea with a cancer patient? Cancer Hates Tea is perfect for tea drinkers, and for those who want to use the power of tea as a proven cancer fighter. Based on thousands of studies, the book explains how tea works in the body to fight cancer and boost health. Offering the benefits of this delicious drink is a useful and thoughtful gift. 

    Learn how food fights cancer symptoms with this easy to follow cookbook. The Cancer-Fighting Kitchen, Second Edition, has been updated with new recipes and no-cook foods for low energy days. This award-winning cookbook is the perfect gift for cancer patients and their families. 

    Getting Things Off My Chest: A Survivor's Guide to Staying Fearless and Fabulous in the Face of Breast Cancer helps anyone diagnosed with breast cancer take charge of her life. Written by a breast cancer survivor, this award-winning book has information, checklists, and useful tips that help patients stay positive. Show her you care with this thoughtful and inspiring gift. 

    Give expert advice on nutrition with Natural Strategies for Cancer Patients. Dr. Russell L. Blaylock, a respected doctor and clinical assistant professor, guides patients through the best food and vitamin choices to create a strong nutritional plan. This powerful book teaches how to use fresh foods for better health and healing. 

    The book 90 Days to Live: Beating Cancer When Modern Medicine Offers No Hope is a real-life story, written by a survivor and his wife. This couple beat the odds after receiving his terminal diagnosis. This committed team raised a family, built a business, and beat his cancer while using a 100% natural cure. This heart-warming story is a gift that offers inspiration and victory. 

    How to Starve Cancer is part life-story and part guide to the best nutrition for cancer patients. Author Jane McLelland has created a plan to create a personal, cancer-starving diet. By using the right foods and supplements, Jane beat her terminal cancer. In this powerful story, she explains all the steps needed to be a survivor. A true gift of hope!

    In his book, Chris Beat Cancer, author Chris Wark describes how he used a toxin-free diet and lifestyle to win his cancer fight. Instead of chemotherapy, Chris made radical changes that created a life of wellness. An emotional and powerful gift that guides the reader through the changes needed for physical, emotional, and spiritual healing. 

    This New York Times Best Seller is a powerful guide to the lifestyle changes that help fight and prevent cancer. In Anticancer: A New Way of Life, author Dr. David Servan-Schreiber describes his journey from being diagnosed with brain cancer to living a healthy life. This important book shows how to combine science and diet for a life of balance and healing. 

    Give the gift of hope with this inspirational story of natural healing. N of 1: One Man's Harvard-Documented Remission of Incurable Cancer Using Only Natural Methods, is a powerful book. Before there was a medical cure for his disease, the author researched and used the best natural ways to heal himself. Scientifically documented, this book is a valuable resource for any cancer patient. 

    Having a child with cancer is a very emotional experience for parents. Offer comfort by sharing this beautiful story. Written by her father, Shane Meader, the book Curing Coral: A Journey Through Childhood Cancer is a moving story of this family's journey. Some of the proceeds from this book are donated to childhood cancer treatment and research. 

    The Truth about Cancer is an informative gift that explains everything about this disease. Learn what really causes cancer and the many unconventional treatments that work to fight it. True stories of successful healing fill this book and provide all the information needed on alternative treatments and true health. This book is a special gift that offers knowledge and hope.

    Why do some people survive cancer, even when they have a terminal diagnosis? Radical Remission answers that question by explaining the nine things that survivors have in common. Based on thousands of cases, this book looks at what changes are needed in life to beat the odds and be a survivor. Give the gift of comfort and hope to someone close to you. 

    Give her the gift of laughter with the book Crazy Sexy Cancer Tips. This book is the story of Kris Carr, a remarkable woman who beat cancer with humor and love. Kris offers advice, information, and has filled her book with resources for every woman fighting cancer. Give a gift that will touch her heart and let her know she is not alone.