What to Do When They Say it's Cancer: A Survivor's Guide (Paperback)Joel Nathan (author)
Paperback Published: 01/08/1998
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Joel Nathan is a survivor: he survived cancer - twice - and regained good health. Out of his experiences with both conventional and alternative medicine grew a vocation to help others with life-threatening diseases. In this book he shines a light into the dark terrain beyond diagnosis, across treatment options and the therapeutic relationship, to explore subjects rarely discussed by doctors - like feelings and values, legal matters, intimate relations, children, stress and facing death. His compassion, practical guidance and spiritual insight inspire the seriously ill to take charge of their healing - to become survivors too. His well-researched book offers help and understanding not only to patients, but to those who treat and care for them. 'readable, relevant and comprehensive...I cannot recommend this too highly. Prof. M.A. Quinn, Royal Women's Hospital, Melbourne. 'I recommend this book to anyone who is diagnosed with cancer and their family members. It should help them adjust, face their problems and make the right choices. Prof. Paul Bunn, Jnr, University of Colorado Cancer Centre
Publisher: Allen & Unwin
Weight: 530 g
Dimensions: 223 x 154 x 21 mm
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