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2 edition of What you should know about cancer. found in the catalog.

What you should know about cancer.

Canadian Medical Association. Health Service.

What you should know about cancer.

by Canadian Medical Association. Health Service.

  • 194 Want to read
  • 40 Currently reading

Published by The Macmillan company of Canada limited in Toronto .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cancer.

  • Edition Notes

    On cover: Health service, Canadian medical association.

    Series"What you should know about" series,, no. 1
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRC261 .C26
    The Physical Object
    Pagination6 p. l., 41 p.
    Number of Pages41
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6329296M
    LC Control Number35030077
    OCLC/WorldCa3174572

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Dr. Stephen Rosenberg's book, Cancer What You Need to Know, is the definitive guide for patients and families touched by cancer. Information surrounding the diagnosis and treatment of cancer in books or on the Internet is often overwhelming for patients and family members/5(21). Eating Hints is for people who are having or are about to have cancer treatment.

Family and friends may also want to read this booklet. You can use this booklet before, during, and after cancer treatment.

It covers common types of eating problems and ways you can manage them. Talk with your doctor. What Children of All Ages Need to Know About Cancer. Nothing your child did, thought, or said caused you to get cancer. Just because you have cancer doesn't mean you'll die from it. In fact, many people live with cancer for a long time.

Your child can't make you well. But there are ways he or she can make you feel better. The news comes like a sledgehammer into the stomach: "I'm sorry to tell you, but you have cancer.". Every year, millions of Americans are devastated by news of cancer or another dreaded disease.

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Know by Brian Plants [Edited by Book Helpline] This book gives you the answers you need to the most common questions about cancer.

Plants shares nearly 20 years of oncology experience in a book written specifically for patients and their families dealing with a diagnosis of cancer. The Jay Fund has put together a list of recommended books for kids with cancer and their families.

Many of us already know that children can get cancer in the same parts of the body as adults, but there are plenty of differences and symptoms and treatment depend on the cancer type and how advanced it is. Exactly what you tell your children depends on many things, like their ages, personalities, and what you know about your treatment.

You need to find the right balance between too much information, which could overwhelm the child, and too little information, which might raise more questions. Print Book Distribution and Book Printing Services; What You Should Know About Prostate Cancer: Prostate Cancer.

Younger cancer free males should use the information in this book to be sure that they are being properly screened for prostate cancer at appropriate intervals.

Men who have developed prostate cancer may use its contents to. The largest part of the book is the middle section, outlining all the different types of cancer, split up by organ or system, including which are more agressive, etc This is a great area of reference if you're looking for an overview for many types of cancer, rather than buying individual books Reviews: 9.

The trouble with books on this subject is that you have to take what you need from them. Some aspects of it were good, however there were controversial points which I won't go into. My wife having being diagnosed with secondary breast cancer was recommended this book as a good reference book and up lifter however it had the opposite s: Get this from a library.

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Research shows that there’s no one diet or food that can cure cancer. But proper nutrition can help you feel your best during cancer treatment – or at any time.

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There are few books about what men should do when a loved one is diagnosed with breast cancer. I realized I could write a book that targets all men and all different types of relationships. This book should be part of the cancer diagnosis for all women and their families wanting to know more about their decisions.

These steps are great guidance when confronted with the anxiety and overwhelment of a diagnosis. I love they way he guides you at the end of each chapter to do certain things for yourself related to what just was s: Obviously, this book is now way out of date which means that the treatments need updating but as a basic introduction to what cancer is and what it means, this is a great read.

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