Adam's Burden: An Explorer's Personal Odyssey Through Prostate Cancer

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Madison Books, 2001 - Biography & Autobiography - 292 pages
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A three-time Antarctic explorer who nearly perished in a helicopter crash at 12,000 feet on Mt. Erebus, Charles Neider tackles cancer's inhospitable terrain with the same straightforward courage, tenacity, and curiosity that he brings to his explorations.

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Adam's burden : an explorer's personal odyssey through prostate cancer

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At age 79, author, Mark Twain scholar and editor, and explorer Neider (The Grotto Berg) was diagnosed with prostate cancer (PCa). Neider wanted to know as much as possible about his disease so that ... Read full review

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Two March 4 to March 10 1993
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Three March 11 to March 18 1993
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Four March 23 to April 101993
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David Croteau, Assistant Professor of Sociology at Virginia Commonwealth University, is co-author of By Invitation Only: How the Media Limits Political Debate.

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