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Lemon Sized Tumour

Author : Jenny Overton
ISBN : 1921632976
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
File Size : 55.90 MB
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Brain and tumour. Two of the worst words to go together in one sentence. This book follows the personal journey of a mother whose eighteen year old son faces this diagnosis. The story journeys through the medical events, the grief, the discovery of what an Acquired Brain Injury means and the aftermath of this event that shattered their lives. This is a very honest account covering a seven year period of a family's life when facing some tough, ongoing hardships. Woven throughout are lessons and insights of faith in God that give hope and perseverance in difficult times.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Breast Cancer In The Eighteenth Century

Author : Marjo Kaartinen
ISBN : 9781317320296
Genre : Medical
File Size : 81.45 MB
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Early modern physicians and surgeons tried desperately to understand breast cancer, testing new medicines and radically improving operating techniques. In this study, the first of its kind, Kaartinen explores the emotional responses of patients and their families to the disease in the long eighteenth century.
Category: Medical

The History Of Cancer

Author : James Stuart Olson
ISBN : 9780313258893
Genre : Health & Fitness
File Size : 36.44 MB
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Olson has prepared a comprehensive, annotated bibliography of the history of cancer. The emphasis of this work is not so much on the purely medical aspects of cancer as on the historical documentation of increasing knowledge about its etiology, pathology, epidemiology, forms and manifestations, and the men and women who have distinguished themselves in the study and treatment of the disease. The citations include books, articles in scholarly and general periodicals, medical and general publications, and primary and secondary sources.
Category: Health & Fitness

Notorious Doctors

Author : J. P. Nash
ISBN : 9780595375233
Genre : Fiction
File Size : 51.33 MB
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Notorious Doctors deals with the many facets of medical practice. Subtle fighting among doctors to secure more patients, the destructive nature of professional jealousy that destroys honest and conscientious physicians, disregard for patients' welfare, and falsifying research data to gain more research money.Follow the ups and downs of the life of Jake Miller, a naïve pathologist, as he gets caught up in the sometimes humorous, sometimes tragic world of doctors and administrators in a community hospital.
Category: Fiction

The Character Of God

Author : Billy Crone
ISBN : 9780998772820
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The American Church has fallen under a horrible epidemic where professing believers in God no longer believe in God. They say they do, but most of the time they act like He's not there with their lips and their lives. This unfortunate behavior has now produced a generation of Churches full of so-called Christians who are living like practical atheists, destroying not only their supposed walk with God, but its keeping others from believing in God. Therefore, to avoid this irony of Christian's living like practical atheists, this book, The Character of God seeks to equip you with an intimate knowledge of the One and Only True God from the Word of God, the Bible.

Christianity And The Brain

Author : Ramsis Ghaly
ISBN : 9780595424931
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
File Size : 44.95 MB
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What are the basic understandings of the brain, the mind, and the soul of near-death experiences? In the first of three volumes, Christianity and the Brain, Volume 1: Faith and Medicine in Neuroscience Care delves into the fascinating aspects of the human brain-God's hidden treasure-and its development. Inspired by the Coptic Orthodox faith while growing up in Egypt, Christian neurological surgeon and anesthesiologist Ramsis F. Ghaly uses his experiences to reflect on spirituality and science and the ties between Christianity and the human brain. He also explores neuroscience and God, faith and medicine, the universe and heaven, and birth and life beyond death. Through Ghaly's innovative research, you will grow closer to the Creator and learn to understand Him like never before. A medical career is a sacred vocation with high ethical morals and values. In accordance with such standards, Ghaly illustrates the ideal neuroscience health-care structure in view of holism and patient empowerment, especially toward the dire need of modern care in the world, including the United States of America. Powerful and informative, Christianity and the Brain, Volume 1 takes a new perspective on a seldom-studied subject.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Getting Well Staying Well

Author : Gary Gitnick
ISBN : 9781597775397
Genre : Health & Fitness
File Size : 28.92 MB
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To help patients negotiate the baffling world of choices, options, and jargon, Dr. Gitnick has put together an invaluable manual filled with the insights and tips he has acquired over a lifetime in medicine to produce the ultimate insider's guide to medical care.
Category: Health & Fitness

Sleeping With Gypsies

Author : Ginny MacKenzie
ISBN : 9781611390643
Genre : Fiction
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Amanda has two lives: one as normal as her brother Eugene's, the other: a chronic sleepwalker who sleepwalks into the black hills where she's "adopted" by a caravan of gypsies. There, she's empowered to protect people from the "town stalker." No one notices that Amanda's uncle, a singing police chief moonlighting at his greenhouse, incubates a deadly strain of locusts. When a hailstorm destroys the greenhouse, the locusts are released, and Amanda learns from the gypsies how to stop the pestilence. While still a teenager, Amanda and her painter-husband move to SoHo, New York's art mecca. Munk is her Svengali and master of drugs. After giving birth, she must take care of her erratic husband and her newborn, precipitating a psychotic break. But her fortune changes as she spies on gypsy workers in the factory next door. Why do they wear hairnets and baby blue dresses when the candy factory has long since closed? Why are they rustling through stacks of letters and bringing coffin-sized trunks into the dark recesses of the factory? Amanda's world is dangerous-her psychic gift of seeing omens in everyday occurrences shows her how to capture the love she searches for-one with consequences she could never imagine. GINNY MACKENZIE is a poet, fiction writer and translator. Her stories and novel excerpts have appeared in "New Letters," "Crab Orchard Review," "Wisconsin Review," "Taarts III" (anthology) and the "American Literary Review." Her poetry manuscript, "Skipstone," won the national Backwaters Poetry Award and was published by Backwaters Press. Her creative non-fiction manuscript won the University of Southern Illinois' John Guyon Award. Her poems have appeared in such magazines as "The Nation," "Agni Review," "Ploughshares," "Shenandoah", the "Mississippi Review", the "Iowa Review", and "Prairie Schooner." She is the editor and translator of two bi-lingual books by contemporary Chinese poets of the Cultural Revolution. Simon Van Booy, novelist and winner of the Frank O'Connor International Short Story Award says: "Sleeping with Gypsies" is a beautifully written book that holds the reader spellbound like a fly in amber."
Category: Fiction