A Survivor's Guide to Breast Cancer
Breast cancer strikes one out of every nine American women. The author's unique perspective combines her expertise as a clinical psychologist with her personal experience as a breast cancer survivor. She includes suggestions that will help you understand treatment side effects, find support, and cope with the emotional turbulence that can accompany diagnosis and treatment.
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