Cancer

Cancer

50 Essential Things to Do

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Penguin Putnam

Take charge of your diagnosis and choose hope over fear

In 1984, Greg Anderson was diagnosed with stage four lung cancer. He was given only thirty days to live. Refusing to give up, he set out to find what he could learn from others who had been diagnosed as “terminal” and lived. Based on decades of research and the experiences of more than 16,000 survivors, Cancer: 50 Essential Things to Do teaches the practical, holistic action steps that can help you create wellness.

With a powerful message and proven results, this revised and updated edition also includes:

· Compelling new facts about how nutrition and activity level affect cancer cells

· Cautionary information about the risks of overtreatment

· Evidence of the benefits of Vitamin D consumption




Baker & Taylor
Written by a cancer survivor, this guide to cancer recovery offers an easily accessible holistic action plan for patients and family members who choose to adopt a stance of hope and take charge of their diagnosis.

Baker
& Taylor

Written by a cancer survivor, this invaluable guide to cancer recovery offers an easily accessible holistic action plan for patients and family members who choose to adopt a stance of hope and take charge of their diagnosis. Reprint.

Publisher: New York : Plume, 2009
Edition: 3rd ed
ISBN: 9780452290105
0452290104
Branch Call Number: 616.99 AN
Characteristics: xvii, 198 p. : ill. ; 21 cm

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Jul 18, 2016

Useful as a beginners guide, but has some controversial treatment mentioned

This book is always available in the PlaneTree Health Information Center @ Cupertino Library. FE 109 A 2009

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