Breast Cancer

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Taylor & Francis, Apr 4, 1991 - Medical - 160 pages
For many women breast cancer is one of the most distressing of all diseases. Breast Cancer examines the effects of the disease through all stages of diagnosis and treatment. Making extensive use of verbatim accounts by women of their experiences, it intersperses these with relevant findings and theories from recent scientific research. The book's emphasis on the psychosocial impact of the disease and its treatment will help all those who care for breast cancer patients to understand the distress involved and the means of alleviating it.

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About the author (1991)

Andrew Clark is a graduate of the University of Massachusetts and is presently studying at the Suffolk University School of Law in Boston, Massachusetts. His writings have appeared in The Boston Globe, The New York Times, and The Christian Science Monitor, among other publications. He is also a pretty good stand-up comedian.

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