100 Questions & Answers for Women Living with Cancer: A Practical Guide for Survivorship
There are approximately ten million people living with cancer, and more than half of them are women. Whether you're a newly diagnosed woman with cancer, a survivor, or a friend or relative of someone with cancer, this book offers help. The only text to provide both the patient’s and doctor’s views, this invaluable resource provides up-to-date, authoritative, practical answers to the most common questions asked by women with cancer and survivors, whether active or remissive.
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Part 1 Cancer Survivorship
Part 2 General Health Maintenance
Part 3 Nutrition
Part 4 Exercise
Part 5 Pain and Sleep Management
Part 6 Symptoms and Management of Menopause
Part 7 Mind Stress and Time Management
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