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This second edition includes recipes to help cope with the following symptoms: ; Nausea -- Diarrhea -- Constipation -- Trouble Swallowing -- Sore Mouth or Throat -- Unintentional Weight Loss - Taste Changes.
This book is designed to help kids, including children with Autism Spectrum Disorder or other additional needs, to understand what it means when someone in their life has cancer. Using question-and-answer format, it explores the life changes and feelings of uncertainty a child may experience if a l…
Science has made huge leaps in prolonging life through disease prevention and treatment, but microbiologist Brett Finlay and gerontologist Jessica Finlay offer a different and truly revolutionary approach to the quest for the fountain of youth. ; Microbes are the oldest and smallest forms of life o…
Though this book is a reference text aimed at guiding consumers through the maze of Alternative Medicine, it can be useful resource for clinicians as well. The book is divided into 150 short chapters, each dedicated to one therapy or diagnostic method. Seven points are raised to assist patient in d…
"This collection explores my last bout with leukemia (CLL): WINDBLOWN, (Section I) deals with my time of crisis, WAVING (Section II) relates to my return to remission island, a place I gratefully still inhabit. Hopefully, these poems with help illuminate the journey of other patients, along with th…
Part I (12:19) ; Part II Body Scan (8:54)
"Dancing with Cancer focuses on the creation of a positive and proactive mindset with which to face the specific challenges and stages of cancer. It combines the author's own experience of using what she calls Thought Work (including creative self-expression, healing energy work and meditation) wit…
"Self-help for adults with cancer who are preparing for the first difficult discussion with their children or grandchildren. Included is a early reader or read-to children's fictional story to help illustrate children's coping skills"-- Provided by publisher.
A child's picture book that provides a very simple lesson to help overcome the fear of loneliness or separation from parents.
"As a young queer woman, Catherine Guthrie worked hard to feel at home in her body. However, after years writing about women's health and breast cancer, Guthrie is thrust into the role of the patient after a devastating diagnosis at age thirty-eight. At least, she thinks, I know what I'm up against…
This book provides patients and their physicians (especially "non-oncologist" health care providers) with a clear and concise introduction ot cancer immunotherapy. This book is written for cancer patients in order to meet their needs when considering immunotherapy. -- Cover ; Contents: ; The Basic …