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by Michael E. Pezim,David A. Owen

Download The Intelligent Patient Guide to Colorectal Cancer: All You Need to Know to Take and Active Part in Your Treatment eBook
ISBN:
0969612575
Author:
Michael E. Pezim,David A. Owen
Category:
Medicine & Health Sciences
Language:
English
Publisher:
Intelligent Patient Guide; 2nd edition (May 1, 2005)
Pages:
400 pages
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Patients who take an active part in making decisions about their treatment are better able to deal with their illness than are patients who give control to their doctors.

Patients who take an active part in making decisions about their treatment are better able to deal with their illness than are patients who give control to their doctors.

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The Intelligent Patient Guide book series was created in 1989 by a group of American and Canadian-trained .

The books became bestsellers, and their appeal has grown despite the development of the Internet. Along with all the information you need to ask the right questions, evaluate options and contribute to your treatment decisions, Intelligent Patient Guides are loaded with special topics the doctors have seen come up time and again: My mother has cancer, what is my risk? Does diet really matter? Do alternative treatments work? What happens when you have surgery?

The Intelligent Patient Guide book series was created in 1989 by a group of American and . Patients who take an active part in making decisions about their treatment are better able to deal with their illness than are patients who give control to their doctors.

The Intelligent Patient Guide book series was created in 1989 by a group of American and Canadian-trained physicians frustrated by the lack of quality information.

Providing a clear step by step explanation of every aspect of prostate cancer, this book equips patients with the knowledge needed to take an active part in their treatment.

S Larry Goldenberg, Ian M Thompson, Carol Glegg.

These surgeries will involve the removal of part of the colon as well as the nearby lymph nodes. Colorectal cancer: What you need to know. Colorectal cancer affects the colon and rectum

However, there are still some treatment options to consider, as well as other factors to keep in mind. When cancerous cells have spread to distant organs and tissues, surgery is unlikely to cure cancer. These surgeries will involve the removal of part of the colon as well as the nearby lymph nodes. Colorectal cancer affects the colon and rectum.

All you need to know to take an active part in your treatment. Written by physicians for patients and their families affected by prostate cancer, this book covers all aspects of the disease, from diagnosis to treatment and beyond in an easy-to-understand and informative way. You will be amazed by how much more 'in-control' you will feel with this book at your side. What is cancer? The symptoms you should watch for. All about the prostate gland. Reducing the risk of prostate cancer

This book provides a comprehensive resource for people who have osteoporosis or are concerned about developing the condition. It includes information on prevention, detection, and treatment options. This guide will answer several of the most common questions that people have such as: What is osteoporosis? What is the difference with osteopenia? Do I have osteoporosis? Am I developing osteoporosis? At what age should I start thinking about getting tested? If my mother or father has osteoporosis, am I going to get it? Can diet and exercise prevent or reverse osteoporosis? What about calcium and vitamin D supplements? And many more.