Me too: a doctor survives prostate cancer

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WRS Group, Incorporated, May 1, 1995 - Health & Fitness - 143 pages
Each year 200,000 men are diagnosed with prostate cancer. This intensely human book is for the millions of people who either face the disease themselves or have a friend, loved one or patient who does. Written from the unique perspective of both doctor and patient, Me Too demystifies one of the most frightening diagnoses a man can receive.

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Me Too: A Doctor Survives Prostate Cancer

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In 1992, Payne, a Texas surgeon, was one of about 200,000 men in the United States diagnosed with prostate cancer. What distinguishes Payne's case is his writing about it as a physician who reacts ... Read full review

Contents

Section 1
16
Section 2
20
Section 3
48
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The Author: During the first ten years of his 70-year career of research on the nature of mind and mind functions, James E. Payne often took a day off to write poetry, finding relaxation in its rhythms and cadences, and insights in its imagery and patterns of intuitive thought. At 97, he is now completing his third and final report on mind and mind functions.

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