I myself am hopiing to find something akin to what you're seeking though we're in different stages of cancer. Btw, I'm a (retired) Medical Librarian. I have Stage I breast cancer and had a mastectomy back in Dec. One of the books I purchased before I had it was one called "Crazy, Sexy Cancer Tips" by Kris Carr and Sherryl Crow. It tells you how to form your own "cancer posse" as it were ( think craigslist) or even here for people in your own city -those going through the same thing or try going to CancerCare meetings and see if you click with anyone who has what you do. Just some random thoughts. But it's a start.
I also bought "Crazy, Sexy Survivor Tip" by Kris Carr and "Crazy Sexy Diet" as well to help me to get into a healthiier way of eating in a fun way. I hope some of these ideas are useful for you.
As a Librarian, we don't offer medical advice (against our code of ethics) but we do offer referrals to books (naturally), websites, and other media. I also like to offer many people I answer the opportunity for a distraction from their cancer by telling them about an online bookgroup (if you happen to like books). If there's no bookgroup in your area especially, you may really enjoy this. It's called www.goodreads.com. You can go there and keep track of all the books you read, write book reviews, join boook groups in all kinds of genre lit, find new titles, read others' book review and make new virtual friends. I think it's really important not to let cancer dominate your world. This is a small step.
If you have any other questions or think I can help you in any way, don't hesitate to contact me.