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Cancer : 50 essential things to do

Author: Greg Anderson
Publisher: New York : Plume, 1999.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : Rev. and updated edView all editions and formats
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"Cancer: 50 Essential Things to Do, written by cancer survivor Greg Anderson, tells you how to take control of this disease and restore your health. Informative and inspiring, designed to be used hand-in-hand with your own medical treatment, it is an invaluable guide to recovery filled with practical, healing "action steps" that have been followed by thousands of cancer survivors. Book jacket."--Jacket.
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Genre/Form: Popular works
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Greg Anderson
ISBN: 0452280745 9780452280748
OCLC Number: 40408891
Notes: "Revised and updated edition of 50 essential things to do when the doctor says it's cancer."
Description: xvii, 184 pages ; 21 cm
Contents: Foreword / O. Carl Simonton, M.D. --
Essential Understanding --
What's Happening? --
A Different Kind of Illness --
No Such Thing as Hopeless --
A Road Map to Recovery --
Learning from the True Experts --
The Eight Strategies --
Implementation Intelligence --
The 50 Essential Things to Do --
Determining Your Treatment Program --
1. Stop "Awfulizing" --
2. Take Charge --
3. Ask Your Doctor These Questions --
4. Get a Second Opinion --
5. Make an Important Inquiry --
6. Rethink the Statistics --
7. Understand Your Conventional Treatment Options --
8. Gauge Your Confidence in Your Medical Team --
9. Conviction versus Wishful Thinking --
10. Reflect on the Treatment Decision --
11. Decide! --
12. Give Only Informed Consent --
13. Believe in Your Treatment Program --
14. Overcome Nausea --
15. Make the Most of Your Appointments --
16. Monitor Your Progress --
Heal Your Lifestyle --
17. Live "Well" --
18. Operate Under New Assumptions --
19. Schedule Your Wellness --
20. Eliminate Active and Passive Smoking --
21. Adopt This Dietary Strategy During Treatment --
22. Follow These "Eat Smart" Guidelines --
23. Replace Fluids --
24. Know Why You're Eating --
25. Determine Your Vitamin, Mineral, and Herbal Supplements --
26. Make Exercise Part of Your Recovery Program --
27. Get More Sleep --
28. Find a Positive Support Group --
Heal with the Mind --
29. Read and Study These Books --
30. Discover Your Beliefs --
31. "Reframe" Your Cancer --
32. Evaluate Your Self-Talk --
33. Choose a Daily Affirmation --
34. Manage Your Toxic Stress --
35. Practice Visualization --
36. Minimize Treatment Side Effects --
Total Wellness: Your New Life Perspective --
37. Understand the Message of Illness --
38. Live This Moment --
39. Take Time to Play --
40. Laugh for Healing Power --
41. Evaluate Your Relationships --
42. Get Beyond "Why?" --
43. Practice Self-Discipline --
For the Committed --
44. See Life Through Spiritual Eyes --
45. Value Personal Spiritual Growth --
46. Discover Your Emotional Style --
47. Make Forgiveness a Habit --
48. Exude Gratitude --
49. Practice Unconditional Loving --
50. Share This Hope --
Epilogue: You Have a Future --
Appendix A. If Chemotherapy Is Recommended --
Appendix B. Nontoxic and Less Toxic Cancer Treatments --
Appendix C.A Cancer Patients' Bill of Rights --
Survey on Cancer and Recovery.
Responsibility: Greg Anderson.
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A cancer survivor offers readers fifty proactive steps to take when confronted with a cancer diagnosis, covering diet, treatment programs, and the importance of a healthy attitude in healing.  Read more...

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