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Extent: Paperback

Pages: 122

Size: 13.8 x 0.7 x 21.6 cm

Publisher: SPCK

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Coping with Breast Cancer

by Terry Priestman

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Honorary Clinical Oncologist Dr Terry Priestman, author of Sheldon best-seller Coping with Chemotherapy, returns with Coping with Breast Cancer to dispel the myths surrounding this common disease. With reliable information and an optimistic approach about every stage from symptoms, through diagnosis to rehabilitation, this book is the essential read for suffers, their families and anyone else affected by the disease. Coming to terms with a diagnosis of breast cancer is anything but easy, but this helpful book gives reassurance and practical advice about getting on with life as normally as possible.

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