Breast Cancer: The Complete Guide

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Bantam Books, 1993 - Breast - 322 pages
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Written by two renowned authorities who specialize in the treatment of breast cancer, a surgeon and an oncologist, this is the one indispensable book women need in order to cope with a disease that will strike one out of every nine of them in the United States.
Now revised to bring readers the very latest information on diagnosis and treatment, this lucid step-by-step guide contains all the latest information women require if they are to collaborate with their doctors in making truly informed decisions about the care that is right for them.

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Called "the best of a recent flurry of books on breast cancer" in our starred review (LJ 8/92), this title, by a medical oncologist and a surgical oncologist, respectively, gets its fifth revision to ... Read full review

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Recent breast cancer statistics are frightening: It is the most common cancer in women, striking one out of every nine in the United States today. This new guide, written by an oncologist and a ... Read full review

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BOOK I
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Yashar Hirshaut, MD, FACP, is a medical oncologist and attending physician at the Beth Israel Medical Center and Lenox Hill Hospital in New York City.

Peter I. Pressman, MD. FACS, is a surgical oncologist and attending surgeon at the Beth Israel Medical Center and Lenox Hill Hospital.

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