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Terminal Cancer How I Survive

Author : Karen Alexander
ISBN : 0648110109
Genre : Health & Fitness
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In 2006 Karen Alexander was diagnosed with incurable cancer. When the PET scan, showed the following sites with intense cancer activity at; C6, T1, T2, T3, T5, T6, S1, several right and left ribs. She was given absolutely no hope of surviving.This is the story of the courage & conviction for one woman to defy the terminal cancer diagnosis when given no hope. Karen has learnt to question everything.After 12 years, she takes the time to tell her extraordinary story, in all the raw emotional detail. She has learnt to face all her doubts and fears. Holding the belief her story may assist other women out in the world cope with their pain, suffering and cancer. She survives the epigenetic way after walking away 10 years ago from the medical system which could not offer any solutions.The foundation surrounding her belief systems, has been repeatedly challenged. She has learnt to trust her intuition, even when all the medical scientific proof told her otherwise. Karen believes everyone has the power to heal themselves. The focus needs to be on the inner world, not what the outer world tells us.
Category: Health & Fitness

Surviving Terminal Cancer

Author : Ben Williams, Ph.D.
ISBN : 1477496513
Genre : Medical
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An account of dealing with glioblastoma brain cancer, along with the information needed to survive it
Category: Medical

Advanced Cancer

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ISBN : UCR:31210023584939
Genre : Cancer
File Size : 27.60 MB
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Category: Cancer

The Psychoimmunology Of Cancer

Author : Claire E. Lewis
ISBN : 9780192630605
Genre : Medical
File Size : 82.71 MB
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When the first edition of this book published in 1994, the psychoimmunology of cancer was still emerging as a topic for serious scientific study. Now, less than ten years later, there is a huge academic literature about the relationships between psychological variables, the immun system and cancer growth, accompanied by a lively popular interest. In this new edition leading specialists have provided broad critical reviews of the different aspects. Part I, which presents the biological background, will be of particular interest to those with technical knowledge of the relevant laboratory based disciplines. It covers mechanisms mediating the effects of psychological status in the immune system, and anti-cancer mechanisms involving the immune system. Part II is clinically oriented, and accessible to a wide audience. Whether psychotherapeutic interventions can help patients live longer, as well as coping better, is obviously the key question and several contributors considern the clinical evidence for this. A new speculative chapter on the spiritual context of immunity and cancer has also been added. The psychoimmunology of cancer involves many complex issues, understanding of which remains far from complete. However, the contributors, besides reviewing the current state of knowledge and the implications for cancer patients, offer predictions for the future and ideas about furhter research.
Category: Medical

2010 And Beyond

Author : United States
ISBN : PSU:000032212624
Genre : Baby boom generation
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Category: Baby boom generation

Saunders Manual Of Physical Therapy Practice

Author : Rose Sgarlat Myers
ISBN : UOM:49015002272848
Genre : Medical
File Size : 27.52 MB
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A clinically oriented manual that provides a comprehensive knowledge of physical therapy, this text covers examination, diagnosis, and treatment organized by body system. It discusses general considerations such as oncology, the immune system, and age-related concerns, and presents extensive coverage of the neurologic and neuromuscular system. It is fully illustrated and written by over 40 leading experts.
Category: Medical

No More Headaches

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ISBN : 0878573720
Genre : Headache
File Size : 72.12 MB
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Category: Headache

How To Survive In America The Poisoned

Author : Lewis Regenstein
ISBN : IND:39000009216230
Genre : Political Science
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"Radioactive and toxic chemical contamination in our environment, our wildlife, and ourselves--and what to do about it"--Cover.
Category: Political Science

Lung Cancer

Author : William L. Watson
ISBN : UOM:39015072202438
Genre : Lungs
File Size : 61.66 MB
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Category: Lungs

I Won T Survive I Ll Thrive

Author : Aurea McGarry
ISBN : 0595697097
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
File Size : 87.80 MB
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"You can turn tragic into magic, as my friend Aurea has and shows you how to also. I love her brilliance and wisdom and so will you." -Mark Victor Hansen Co-creator, #1 New York Times best-selling series Chicken Soup for the Soul r; Co-author, Cracking the Millionaire Code and The One Minute Millionaire "A dynamic book. McGarry shares her experiences with the confidence of a wise teacher. Readers who view alternative health books with suspicion will be inspired by her story." -Laura Axelrod, The Birmingham News "This book is a must read for those who believe anything is possible with God and equally important to the one who is ready to give up. McGarry defines "can do" and outlines the way up from down in a way that few others are capable of. Rarely does a guest come on my show and receive the positive feedback from the audience that she did. Read this book and you'll understand why!" -Doug A. Kaufmann, Best-selling author and host of the television show "Know The Cause"
Category: Biography & Autobiography


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ISBN : NWU:35558004989311
Genre : Medicine
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Category: Medicine

Abnormal Psychology

Author : Gerald C. Davison
ISBN : 0471127663
Genre : Psychology
File Size : 30.79 MB
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Updated to include the final version of DSM-IV. Addresses two primary questions — what causes psychopathology and which treatments are most effective in preventing or reducing psychological suffering. Uses paradigms or points of view to study abnormal psychology: biological, psychoanalytic, learning, and cognitive, and humanistic-existential.
Category: Psychology

Health And Human Behaviour

Author : Ken Jones
ISBN : UOM:39076002541964
Genre : Medical
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Introduction to the psychology of health and illness. Examines how our environment, behaviour, beliefs, and emotions affect our health, and how our health affects the environment and our behaviour. Looks at reactions to illness, development and change in health behaviour, how to change health behaviour, cognition and health beliefs, vulnerability and capability, human development and health, psyche and soma (mind and body), coping with stress, influences and inequalities in culture, society, and family and the prevention of illness and promotion of health. Includes case studies, glossary, references and index. Author is Associate Professor in the Department of Psychological Medicine at Monash University in Melbourne, and winner of the 1999 ANZAME Award for Achievement in Education.
Category: Medical