Men, women, and prostate cancer: a medical and psychological guide for women and the men they love
New Harbinger Publications, Feb 1, 2000 - Family & Relationships - 287 pages
A supportive, step-by-step guide helps the partners of those diagnosed with prostate cancer understand what the diagnosis means, help make informed choices about the many treatment options, and manage the emotional and psychological impact of the illness and its treatments.
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