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Eye cancer reading list

This page gives details of a selection of books and leaflets about eye cancers. There is information about


Books from libraries, bookshops or online booksellers

You can find a list of books about cancer, treatments, and living with cancer on our general reading list.

Lost Eye: Coping with Monocular Vision after Enucleation or Eye Loss from Cancer, Accident, or Disease
Jay Adkisson
Publisher: iUniverse, 2006
ISBN: 978-0595392643

Jay Adkisson compiled this collection of emails and message threads from LostEye.com's website, along with articles and other helpful information to help people who have lost an eye to cope with the experience. The message is that life can continue as normal after the loss of an eye. The book is American so some issues are not relevant for a UK rea


Booklets, factsheets and CDs from other organisations

From Macmillan Cancer Support

  • Understanding head and neck cancer
  • Diet and cancer
  • Coping with advanced cancer
  • Controlling cancer pain
  • Controlling symptoms of cancer
  • Lost for words – how to talk to someone with cancer
  • Sexuality and cancer
  • Understanding chemotherapy
  • Understanding radiotherapy
  • Coping with hair loss
  • Coping with fatigue
  • Understanding cancer research trials (clinical trials)
  • The emotional effects of cancer
  • Talking to children when an adult has cancer
  • Talking about your cancer

From the Royal Marsden Hospital Trust

  • Chemotherapy
  • Radiotherapy
  • Clinical trials
  • Your operation and Anaesthetic
  • After treatment

These booklets can be downloaded from the Royal Marsden website, or you can request them by calling freephone 0800 783 7176, or send an email to patientcentre@rmh.nhs.uk


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Updated: 6 July 2015