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American Cancer Society. (2012, July 18). Coping with Cancer in Everyday Life. Atlanta, GA: American Cancer Society.

Houldin, A. D. (2000). Patients with Cancer: Understanding the Psychological Pain. Philadelphia: Lippincott.

Kapusta, B. (2005, April). Emotional Facts of Life with Cancer: A Guide to Counselling and Support for Patients, Families and Friends. (Second Édition). Toronto, ON: Canadian Association of Psychosocial Oncology (CAPO).

Kelly PT. Cancer and the family's needs. Ko, A. H., Dollinger, M., & Rosenbaum, E. (2008). Everyone's Guide to Cancer Therapy: How Cancer is Diagnosed, Treated and Managed Day to Day. (5th Édition). Kansas City: Andrews McMeel Publishing. 38: pp. 314-317.

National Cancer Institute. When Someone in Your Family Has Cancer. Bethesda, MD: National Cancer Institute.

National Cancer Institute. (2012, 8/13). Taking Time: Support for People with Cancer and the People Who Care About Them. (Revised Édition). Bethseda, MD: National Cancer Institute (NCI).

Santacroce, S. J. and Zebrack, B. J. Adolescent and young adult patients. Holland JC, et al (eds.). (2010). Psycho-Oncology. (2nd Édition). Oxford University Press. 69: pp. 497-502.