Breast Cancer: 50 Essential Things You Can Do by Greg Anderson – From a cancer survivor, Anderson provides information about issues patients by face during diagnosis, and how to work to a healthy point of healing and recovery.

Breast Cancer: The Complete Guide by Yashar Hirshaut – Written by a surgeon and oncologist, the guide helps women make informed decisions about the care that is right for them.

Dr. Susan Loves Breast Book by Susan Love 6th Edition (Considered the Bible for Breast Cancer for Women) – An informative text designed to help recently diagnosed breast cancer patients, recurring cases, and those living with metastatic breast cancer.

Fighting Cancer: A Step-by-Step Guide to Helping Yourself Fight Cancer by Annette and Richard Bloch – Written by a cancer survivor, this book provides relevant commentary and information for those diagnosed with cancer.

Just Get Me Through This! A Practical Guide to Coping with Breast Cancer by Deborah A. Cohen – A guide written from one survivor to another. Cohen provides support, information, and encouragement to those diagnosed with breast cancer.

Living Life with Mommy’s Cancer by Erica Frazier Stum & Wylee – Written from the perspective of a child, a family learns how to continue living past a diagnosis. It covers a wide variety of topics: surgery, chemo, hair loss, radiation, and recurrence.

Male Breast Cancer Taking Control by Professor John Boyages, MD.PhD – Dr. Boyages delves deep into a common misunderstood illness: male breast cancer. The text helps men navigate through their choices, and sheds light on a common misdiagnosed and under-treated form of cancer.

Mom and the Polka-Dot Boo-Boo by Eileen Sutherland – An informative story designed to help children prepare for time after parents’ diagnosis.

Navigating Breast Cancer by Lillie Shockney – A guide helping breast cancer patients and their families navigate the medical process from start to finish.

Nowhere Hair: Explains your cancer and chemo to your kids by Sue Glader – A children’s book explaining their parents’ hair loss, treatments, and acceptance of everyone.

Our Mom Has Cancer by Abigail Ackermann – A personal narrative of a family’s journey with cancer.

When Someone You Love Has Cancer: A Guide to Help Kids Cope by Alaric Lewis – Geared to helping children understand a cancer diagnosis. It provides authentic explanations and terminology surrounding treatment and emotions.