The Cancer That Wouldn’t Go Away is a groundbreaking book, written especially for the child whose parent is living with metastatic cancer. This sensitively written tale uses a gentle, yet realistic approach to help children ages 4-8 face the unique uncertainties of life with incurable cancer. Unlike stories about early-stage cancer, after which the parent is cured and life goes back to normal, for the family in this story, life has irrevocably changed. The future is uncertain. But love and laughter remain constant, as they take life one day at a time. Includes a comprehensive guide (“How To Use This Book”) for parents and professionals, written by child trauma psychologist Rinat R. Green, Psy.D. Revenues from the sale of this book go directly to a nonprofit cancer organization.