Everyone's Guide to Cancer Therapy; 4th Edition: How Cancer Is Diagnosed, Treated, and Managed Day to Day

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Andrews McMeel Publishing, 2 déc. 2002 - 925 pages
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Scientists may not have found a cure for cancer yet, but medical researchers have discovered plenty of ways to treat and manage the more than 200 varieties of this disease. In Everyone's Guide to Cancer Therapy, readers will learn the latest theories and practical information available in cancer treatment. Written in easy-to-understand text with instructive illustrations, the book outlines everything from getting second opinions to the role of sleep to what's available on the Internet. The editors have built their careers in cancer research and treatment, teaching and taking care of cancer patients. They also rely on assistance from a 140-member board of medical advisers and contributing authors who are top specialists in all fields of cancer research and treatment.Everyone's Guide to Cancer Therapy is a must-have volume for everyone who has cancer or cares about someone who does.

 

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Table des matières

Pancreas
19
Managing CancerRelated
22
Sarcomas of Bone and Soft Tissue 737
68
xiii
91
PART
113
Working with
136
What Happens
161
Maintaining Good Nutrition
192
Esophagus
528
Gallbladder
537
Head and Neck
543
Islet Cell and Other
567
Kaposis Sarcoma
573
Kidney
582
The Leukemias
589
Liver
601

Small Intestine
198
Controlling Pain
202
Living with an Ostomy
213
Stomach
215
The Look Good Feel
220
Testis
225
Staying Physically
236
Home Care
243
Palliative Care
251
The Will to Live
259
Behavioral Actions
268
Cancer of an Unknown
461
Carcinoids of the Gastrointestinal
467
Cervix
473
Childhood Cancers
482
Brain Tumors
492
Retinoblastoma
499
Colon and Rectum
506
Nonsmall Cell
608
Small Cell
618
AIDSAssociated
625
NonHodgkins
637
Mesothelioma
663
Metastatic Cancer
670
Multiple Myeloma
676
676
781
795
810
Vagina
817
Cancer Update
829
Glossary of Medical Terms
839
Useful Readings and Resources
869
Index
887
Obstacles
896
Late Effects of Cancer
904
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Dr. Malin Dollinger is a clinical professor of medicine at the University of Southern California, Los Angeles; Dr. Ernest Rosenbaum is a clinical professor of medicine at the University of California, San Francisco, Comprehensive Cancer Center; Dr. Margaret Tempero is professor of medicine, University of California, San Francisco, deputy director of the UCSF Comprehensive Cancer Center and chief of the Division of Medical Oncology; and Dr. Sean Mulvihill is professor and chair of the Department of Surgery at the University of Utah.

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