1 edition of Your life with cancer found in the catalog.
Your life with cancer
Kay Marshall Strom
|Statement||Kay Marshall Strom|
|LC Classifications||BV4910.33 .S77 2012|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2012011676|
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“The Invisible String” Though not about cancer, “The Invisible String” is an excellent book for children to read with their loved ones at a time when life is changing, the future seems uncertain and scary, and someone they love is very, very sick. The message of Patrice Karst’s book is powerful: No matter what, you’re always connected to your loved : Kate Auletta.
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The Body Electric – Electromagnetism and the Foundation of Life, by Robert O. Becker, M.D., et. When you began your cancer treatment, you couldn't wait for the day you'd finish.
But now that you've completed your treatment, you aren't sure if you're ready for life after treatment as a cancer survivor. With your treatment completed, you'll likely see your cancer care team less often.
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When David Servan-Schreiber, a dedicated scientist and doctor, was diagnosed with brain cancer, his life changed. Confronting what medicine knows about the illness and the little-known workings of his body's natural cancer fighting capacities, and marshaling his own will to live, Servan-Schreiber found himself on a fifteen-year journey from disease and relapse into.
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The fact that herbs and spices play a powerful role in cancer protection is nothing new. This book isn't solely about prostate cancer; it covers the whole gamut of cancers. It is good in its discussion of physical and medical issues around PCa and its effects.
It is _really_ good about the emotional issues that cancer patients (all of us!) and their partners have about sexuality. This book is geared to that second chance, to making every day of the rest of your life better-whether by helping you manage your general medical concerns, by encouraging you to adopt life-enhancing eating and exercising habits, or by getting you and yours to appreciate your special virtues and celebrate the life you share : Marisa Weiss.
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In her book Bald is Better With Earrings, she talks about her cancer experience and offers advice to women with breast cancer. My advocacy story. When I heard the heart-stopping words, "It's cancer," I was a year-old with 2 children and a busy life.
Being diagnosed with stage IV breast cancer changed my life and body forever.Many people find there are positive aspects to having cancer. Some even refer to the disease as a life-changing experience. Cancer may cause you to re-examine your life choices, and may motivate you to travel, take up new activities or make lifestyle changes (e.g.
starting exercise or quitting smoking).