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Addresses breast cancer from a male point of view. Topics include the initial impact of the diagnosis; how men and women face crises; feelings of anger and helplessness, using communication as a roadmap; sorting through medical information; surgery, treatments and reconstruction; intimacy; and life…
Part 1: Setting the Stage Part 2: Common Clinical Questions Part 3: Scenarios Part 4: Final Thoughts
Disc 1: feature film ; disc 2: special features.
v.1: Mystery of Chi (58 minutes) ; v.2: Mind body connection (58 minutes) ; v.3: Healing from within (87 minutes) ; v.4: Art of healing (57 minutes) ; v.5 Wounded healers (58 minutes) ; Book version of "Healing and the mind" is also available (WM172 M938 1993)
Multicultural and multilingual library and Internet resources by Cathy Rayment ; Breast cancer tool kit for Aboriginal health care providers by Deb Rusch ; Variety : the spice of life by Anne MacDonald