Mind Over Malignancy: Living with Cancer
Offering specific advice to alter negative thoughts that contribute to stress, anger and depression, the authors of "Mind Over Malignancy" show how the power of positive thinking can help control the side effects of chemotherapy and radiation and increase chances for survival.
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