This year more than 211, 000 women?and 1, 300 men?will hear the devastating news: ?You have breast cancer.? In today?s healthcare environment, doctors hardly have time to answer your questions, much less offer unsolicited advice. Patients are left to maneuver alone through the maze. While too scared, depressed, ill, or fatigued to think straight, they have to deal with sickening treatments and confusing side effects.Judy King has walked the path, seen the benefits, and dealt with the limits of the medical establishment?s approach to breast cancer. Now she has written the book she wishes she had, one that will help the newly diagnosed understand the ins-and-outs of a wide variety of procedures and stages of the journey, as well as where to look for help from within and outside of traditional medicine. Breast Cancer Answers is not a panacea, but it will certainly ease the burden of the hundreds of thousands who will, unfortunately, join her journey.If you wait longer than recommended between doses, the pain can get ahead of the medication or will require larger ... fluids can help.3-1 Rice bag relief To ease sore muscles and surgical incisions, make a cloth bag, fill it with spices and rice, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Breast Cancer Answers|
|Publisher||:||Listo Publications - 2004|