100 Questions and Answers about Cancer Symptoms and Cancer Treatment Side Effects
Division of GI Oncology Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center Joanne Frankel Kelvin, RN, Msn, Aocn, Joanne Frankel Kelvin, Leslie B. Tyson
Jones & Bartlett Publishers, Oct 25, 2010 - Medical - 238 pages
100 Questions & Answers About Cancer Symptoms and Cancer Treatment Side Effects, Second Edition provides authoritative answers to the most commonly asked questions about cancer symptoms and treatments. Written by cancer professionals and featuring comments from actual patients, this handy guide gives you the information you need to understand the disease and manage treatment side effects. This completely revised and updated version includes topics on cancer treatment options such as surgeries, targeted therapy, biologic therapies, alternative treatments; sexuality, fertility, pregnancy issues, pain and fatigue management, and more! Accessible, informative, compact, 100 Questions & Answers About Cancer Symptoms and Cancer Treatment Side Effects, Second Edition is a unique resource for anyone coping with the physical and emotion turmoil of cancer.
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PART ONECancer and Cancer Treatment
PART TWOGetting Information and Making Decisions
PART THREEComfort Activity and Sleep
PART FOURBlood Counts and Skin Problems
PART FIVEProblems with Breathing Nutrition Digestion and Urination
PART SIXAppearance and Sexual Issues
PART SEVENNeurologic Problems Fluid Retention and Blood Chemistry
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