Man to Man: Surviving Prostate Cancer

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Thorndike Press, 1996 - Social Science - 492 pages
In this frank, informative, and above all, hopeful book, Michael Korda--the editor in chief of Simon and Schuster, as well as the author of the acclaimed book about his family, Charmed Lives--gives readers an his intensely intimate and personal account of his encounter with and triumph over prostate cancer.

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MAN TO MAN: Surviving Prostate Cancer

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A riveting, candid, first-person account of one man's encounter with prostate cancer. Every year some 200,000 men in this country are diagnosed with prostate cancer. In 1994, Korda, editor in chief of ... Read full review

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For Simon and Schuster editor-in-chief and author Korda (Charmed Lives, 1979), it was devastating: on October 22, 1994 he was told he had cancer. Like Korda, over 200,000 American men are told every ... Read full review

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Michael Korda is the author of Ulysses S. Grant, Ike, Hero, and Charmed Lives. Educated at Le Rosey in Switzerland and at Magdalen College, Oxford, he served in the Royal Air Force. He took part in the Hungarian Revolution of 1956 and on its fiftieth anniversary was awarded the Order of Merit of the People's Republic of Hungary. He and his wife, Margaret, make their home in Dutchess County, New York.

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