Surviving Cancer

Author: Margie Levine
Editor: Harmony
ISBN: 030749151X
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When cancer specialists at Boston’s internationally renowned Dana-Farber Cancer Institute diagnosed Margie Levine with a deadly asbestos-related lung cancer, they predicted that she had only six months to live. Refusing to give up hope, she chose an approach that combined state-of-the-art medicine with her own holistic program. Eleven years later, her mind/body regimen has evolved into a prescription for survival, and she has dedicated her life to sharing it with others. Surviving Cancer offers a practical, integrated way of self-healing, with advice on: •Creating the best possible team of physicians and loved ones • Maximizing nutrition, using veggie overdosing • Ridding your cells of harbored anger with a six-point forgiveness program • Using music to boost your immune system and fight pain • Using visualization to make your own affirmation tape • Building up endorphins by seeking joy • Using creative meditation techniques Covering these topics and dozens more, Surviving Cancer is not only one woman’s lifesaving testimony, it’s a plan for finding rejuvenation in every new day. From the Trade Paperback edition.

How Can I Help

Author: Monique Doyle Spencer
Editor: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1440515603
Size: 15,93 MB
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When a loved one is diagnosed with cancer, it is often difficult to know what to do. Those who want to help can sometimes make matters worse. Written in a frank conversational manner, this book offers readers specific advice on what to do for a friend or loved one in need, such as offer to do the weekly grocery shopping, pick up the kids from school or bring them to practice, choose to be a chemobuddy, and keep up with bills and other important deadlines. This stressful and uncertain time is difficult for the patient's family and friends. How Can I Help? provides the support and guidance everyone needs to make this time easier.

One Nation Under Therapy

Author: Christina Hoff Sommers
Editor: St. Martin's Press
ISBN: 1429908955
Size: 20,26 MB
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Americans have traditionally placed great value on self-reliance and fortitude. In recent decades, however, we have seen the rise of a therapeutic ethic that views Americans as emotionally underdeveloped, psychically frail, and requiring the ministrations of mental health professionals to cope with life's vicissitudes. Being "in touch with one's feelings" and freely expressing them have become paramount personal virtues. Today-with a book for every ailment, a counselor for every crisis, a lawsuit for every grievance, and a TV show for every conceivable problem-we are at risk of degrading our native ability to cope with life's challenges. Drawing on established science and common sense, Christina Hoff Sommers and Dr. Sally Satel reveal how "therapism" and the burgeoning trauma industry have come to pervade our lives. Help is offered everywhere under the presumption that we need it: in children's classrooms, the workplace, churches, courtrooms, the media, the military. But with all the "help" comes a host of troubling consequences, including: * The myth of stressed-out, homework-burdened, hypercompetitive, and depressed or suicidal schoolchildren in need of therapy and medication * The loss of moral bearings in our approach to lying, crime, addiction, and other foibles and vices * The unasked-for "grief counselors" who descend on bereaved families, schools, and communities following a tragedy, offering dubious advice while billing plenty of money * The expansion of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder from an affliction of war veterans to nearly everyone who has experienced a setback Intelligent, provocative, and wryly amusing, One Nation Under Therapy demonstrates that "talking about" problems is no substitute for confronting them.

When God Cancer Meet

Author: Lynn Eib
Editor: Tyndale House Publishers, Inc.
ISBN: 9780842370158
Size: 14,82 MB
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A book of powerful stories about cancer patients who have been touched by God in miraculous ways offers inspiring testimony that, when God and cancer meet, cancer is conquered. Original.

Defending The Indefensible

Author: Jock McCulloch
Editor: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0199534853
Size: 15,26 MB
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Until the mid-1960s, asbestos had a reputation as a lifesaver. In 1960, it became known that exposure to asbestos can cause mesothelioma, a virulent and lethal cancer. Yet the bulk of the world's asbestos was mined after 1960. This is the first global history of how the asbestos industry defended the product throughout the 20th century.

Living With Lung Cancer My Journey

Author: Thomas E. Cappiello
Editor: FriesenPress
ISBN: 177097704X
Size: 13,44 MB
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On October 5 2007, Thomas Cappiello was diagnosed with inoperable Stage IIIA locally-advanced adenocarcinoma (Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer), an incurable disease. This book is the inspirational story of how he beat the odds and survived and thrived in the face of this devastating illness. This book is for patients and caregivers who want to know what life is like after getting a cancer diagnosis. The story is about overcoming the emotional turmoil and devastation of a cancer diagnosis, dealing with the disease, and making choices. Most of all, it's about living a full life each day. Cancer patients suddenly realize that time is a precious gift from God and there is no time to waste. By telling his story Cappiello seeks to inspire cancer patients to fight hard and live, with whatever time they have, with renewed purpose and energy. The journey is different for everyone, but no matter the stage of disease, this book aims to give cancer patients hope for living a cancer-free future. Thomas Cappiello survived late-stage lung cancer. You or your loved one can beat cancer too.

Facing Cancer

Author: Theodore A. Stern
Editor: McGraw Hill Professional
ISBN: 9780071414913
Size: 14,51 MB
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THE BEST INFORMATION SOURCE IN THE BATTLE AGAINST CANCER. . Uniquely supportive of the emotional, social, and familial aspects of living with cancer, "Facing Cancer" is for anyone whose life is affected by this diagnosisyourself, a family member or friend, or even a health care professional. . . Written by the leading physicians in their respective fieldspsychiatry and oncology "Facing Cancer" is the only reference that combines top-tier medical information and compassionate counsel on cancer, its causes, and treatments with a caring approach to the emotional aspects of living with this diagnosis. This book gives you solid, trustworthy information in distinctive chapters that answer the most pertinent questions about cancer. It features integrative and complementary therapies, including faith and prayer, and the best medical advice on nutritional and other health-building lifestyle changes.. . "Facing Cancer" provides the best information on cancer and its treatment, guidance to the finest outside information sources, and advice on tried and true coping strategies for everyone involved. This book is vital to ease the loneliness, fear, and pain of facing this diagnosis. . . ABOUT THE AUTHORS. Theodore A. Stern, M.D., is Professor of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School and Chief of the Avery D. Weisman Psychiatry Consultation Service at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts. Board certified in psychiatry and neurology, Dr. Stern is the author or co-author of more than 200 scientific articles and book chapters and 10 books, including "The Massachusetts General Hospital Guide to Primary Care Psychiatry,." . Mikkael A. Sekeres, M.D., M.S., is a staffoncologist at The Cleveland Clinic Foundation, Assistant Professor of Medicine at The Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine of Case Western Reserve University, and a former Clinical Fellow at Harvard Medical School. A leading oncologist, Dr. Sekeres has written on topics in oncology for both the medical professional as well as the general public. His work has been published in both scientific and nonscientific journals..

Chicken Soup For The Breast Cancer Survivor S Soul

Author: Jack Canfield
Editor: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 145327913X
Size: 11,89 MB
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Along with the shock, fear and loss many women face upon a breast cancer diagnosis comes unexpected strength, wisdom, and strong networks of sharing, support and healing. In Chicken Soup for the Breast Cancer Survivor's Soul, survivors and their family members talk openly about how difficult their fight with breast cancer has been and how they made it through the dark times with a belief in a higher power and the support of those closest to them.

There S No Place Like Hope

Author: Vickie Girard
Editor: Compendium Incorporated
ISBN: 9781888387414
Size: 12,95 MB
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A book of hope, help, and inspiration for cancer patients and their families.

50 Days Of Hope

Author: Lynn Eib
Editor: Tyndale House Publishers, Inc.
ISBN: 9781414374574
Size: 12,46 MB
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You’ve just heard a diagnosis that shakes your world: It's cancer. And what you long for most is the hope that everything will be okay. You are not alone. As a longtime cancer survivor, Lynn Eib knows firsthand how that feels. And as a patient advocate helping thousands facing cancer, she also knows what gives people hope. In 50 Days of Hope, Lynn shares amazing, true stories of those who have been in your shoes and discovered that when God and cancer meet, hope is never far away. Whether you’re a cancer patient or walking with a loved one on a cancer journey, you’ll find 50 Days of Hope packed with the daily dose of encouragement you need.