Resources for people dealing with cancer.
Breast Cancer Basics & Beyond: Treatments, Resources, Self-Help, Good News, Updates Cover Image
ISBN: 9780897934541
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Published: Hunter House Publishers - May 1st, 2005

For most women and their families, a diagnosis of breast cancer is both devastating and confusing. Questions about the disease -- its cause, treatment, and prognosis -- can be overwhelming at such a difficult time.

A Guide to Survivorship for Women with Ovarian Cancer Cover Image
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ISBN: 9780801880919
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Published: Johns Hopkins University Press - March 14th, 2005

This comprehensive guide to ovarian cancer offers a wealth of information to ease the physical, emotional, and psychic suffering of women with the disease. The authors--two Johns Hopkins gynecologic oncologists and a gynecologic-oncology clinical nurse--put particular emphasis on the concept of "survivorship," or living life well in the face of daunting uncertainties.

Cancer: 101 Solutions to a Preventable Epidemic Cover Image
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ISBN: 9780865715424
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Published: New Society Publishers - July 1st, 2007

Cancer--the word strikes fear in people's hearts. With more people getting cancer every year, the big question must be: How can we prevent this epidemic?

Breast Cancer Cover Image
ISBN: 9780961462079
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Published: Ash Tree Publishing - April 11th, 1996

For women who want to maintain breast health or for women diagnosed with breast cancer.

Foods, exercises, and attitudes to keep your breasts healthy. Supportive complimentary medicines to ease side-effects of surgery, radiation, chemotherapy, or tamoxifen. Foreword by Christiane Northrup, M.D.

"The perfect antidote to fear." Carolyn DeMarco, M.D.

The Cancer Journals Cover Image
ISBN: 9781879960732
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Published: Aunt Lute Books - December 1st, 2006

Literary Nonfiction. Memoir. African American Studies. LGBT Studies. Moving between journal entry, memoir, and exposition, Audre Lorde fuses the personal and political as she reflects on her experience coping with breast cancer and a radical mastectomy. Includes photos and tributes to Lorde written after her death in 1992.

Where's Mom's Hair?: A Family's Journey Through Cancer Cover Image
By Debbie Watters, Sophie Hogan (Illustrator)
ISBN: 9781896764948
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Published: Second Story Press - January 1st, 2005

A family faces mom's cancer and medical treatments with a huge hair-shaving party. Touching and humorous photographs follow Mom (Debbie) as she and her family go through each step of fighting cancer. In a way that provides clear and non-frightening answers, this personal journey highlights the kinds of questions children have when a loved one gets cancer.

When Someone Has a Very Serious Illness: Children Can Learn to Cope with Loss and Change Cover Image
ISBN: 9780962050244
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Published: Woodland Press (MN) - July 23rd, 1996

An excellent resource for helping children learn the basic concepts of illness and various age-appropriate ways of coping with it.