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The author presents background information and his perspective on various alternative and holistic treatment methods for cancer.
Author Jen Kimberley was building a life for herself in Denver, Colorado after the death of her husband from lung cancer when she was accidentally diagnosed with leukemia. In My Cancer Survival Saga, she shares her personal story. Her narrative covers mistakes she made, things she learned the hard way, and people who helped her. It describes her first encounters with alternative cancer treatments such as IPT and hyperthermia; her changes in diet and lifestyle that removed toxins and increased oxygen levels; and the weight loss and weakness known as cachexia and coming out of it alive and strong despite conventional predictions. In sidebars, she offers helpful and educational information for readers who want to know more about treatment options other than chemotherapy, radiation, and surgery; and she teaches how best to work towards a cure rather than just remission. Along with five of Jens entertaining poems, My Cancer Survival Saga also offers five sections on energy work to start clearing, validating, and protecting your own space. These include specific tools anyone can learn to use that remove stress and increase personal confidence.
You asked for a new edition. Here it is, better than ever! Not only have many of the same experts in hematology and oncology returned to update their chapters, but new specialists have joined the team, rounding out this edition's detailed coverage of cancer treatment, palliative care, blood disorders, genetic counseling, and more. New to this edition are: skeletal complications of malignancy, fatigue in the cancer patient, and targeted molecular therapy. Freshen your knowledge base, study for the boards, or read for the challenge of testing yourself. - Back cover.
A book about choices. A book to empower all cancer sufferers and their families. In March 2011 Laura Bond's mother Gemma was diagnosed with ovarian and uterine cancer. Laura discovered that the only thing more shocking than telling someone your mother has cancer was revealing that she had declined chemotherapy. But, according to studies, many oncologists would do the same. So Laura, a journalist, started writing a blog to explain her mother's decision to say 'no' to mainstream medicine and 'yes' to hydrogen peroxide, vitamin C injections and infrared saunas. Mum's Not Having Chemo shares Gemma's natural healing story as well as advice from over 60 of the world's leading cancer specialists and holistic healers - from oncologists in Tokyo to energy healers in Harley Street. If you want to explore alternative options, or find ways to supplement your conventional care, this book provides cutting edge research from around the world and describes treatments road-tested by Gemma and other cancer survivors. It's an invaluable and uplifting companion to help you make the best choices for your own healing journey.
Using a question-and-answer format, this book provides practical pearls of wisdom and tricks of the trade to enhance your oncology nursing skills and aid in effective decision-making when caring for your patients. Written by experts in the field, this reference provides insightful answers, bulleted lists, and tables so you get the best information in an easy-to-read format. Keep it on hand every day in the clinical setting, use it to review for certification, or add it to your professional library at home! The 75 Top Secrets, listed in the front of the book, highlight the key points you should know about oncology nursing. Key Points boxes in each chapter outline important points to remember. Internet Resources boxes direct you to more information on a variety of topics via the web. Versatile question-and-answer format, written by experts in the field, makes this book great for both the experienced and new nurse. A chapter on sleep-wake disturbances enables you to help patients get the rest they need. Expanded content in chapters on carcinogenesis and genetics, biologic and targeted therapy, leukemia and myeloidyplastic syndrome, and disseminated intravascular coagulation provides a deeper look into these important aspects of oncology nursing.
Originally published: New York: Washington Square Press, 2001.

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