Customer reviews:

"His experience as a patient with cancer, and from other patients, he has met during roles as a caregiver, communications counselor and hospice volunteer are intimate and compelling…Goldberg’s literary skill on how to deal with sensitive topics will make this book invaluable."
The Lancet - British Medical Journal
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Customer reviews:

"… draws heavily and wisely on his experience as a former hospice volunteer and person living with cancer….destined to help family members as well as terminal cancer patients feel better."
Booklist
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Customer reviews:

"… one of those books you hope you’ll never need, but would be glad to have when you do."
Naples Daily News
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Customer reviews:

"… a must read for persons whose family member has cancer… complete with many suggestions and illustrations that are truthful and useful."
Youngmee Kim, Phd, University of Miami
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Articles

The Guardians of Memory (A finalist)

Hannah glides through the fog as if an apparition—beautiful and giving as if Jesus himself is pouring her out of a wine bottle. I point my old Leica towards her as she stands in front of a Monterey Pine, its branches bent eastward from years of persistent winds. This will be more than just another picture I’ll add to my collection.