Living with Prostate Cancer
Living with Prostate Cancer is designed to serve as a reliable and accessible first reference about prostate cancer. The reader will find in these pages a clear description of the course of the disease and the alternative treatments that patients may have to choose from. The book is also more than this, however: it is a kind of map based on one couple's experience, meant to sketch out the emotional territory that others may travel.
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