Breast Cancer Journal: A Century of Petals

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Fulcrum Pub., 1993 - Health & Fitness - 291 pages
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Following her diagnosis of breast cancer, Wittman was suddenly thrown into the world of the ill. Given little time to consider options, she had to make decisions about her treatment that will have far-reaching consequences. Her book is not about breast cancer as cold statistics or medically prescribed treatment regimens--it is about a woman's life.

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Breast Cancer Journal: A Century of Petals

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Breast cancer is epidemic in the United States today, which explains the explosion of works on the topic. This book, a very personal journal, discusses the disease from diagnosis and surgery to ... Read full review

Contents

Diagnosis
3
Surgery
16
Mortality and Joy
30
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About the author (1993)

Juliet Wittman began her reporting career on an "underground" newspaper in San Diego and later founded a feminist publication called Goodbye to All That. She is associate features editor for the Boulder Daily Camera, where she writes a health column titled "Body and Soul.

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