Cancer is caused by abnormal and uncontrolled cell division. These abnormal cells can invade nearby tissues or spread through the bloodstream and lymphatic system to other parts of the body. The following list of resources provides important information about cancer.
100 Perks Of Having Cancer (616.994 Str)
... and 100 health tips for surviving it!
A Survivor's Guide To Kicking Cancer's Ass (616.994 Men)
The author has spent the last decade creativey and fearlessly kicking cancer's ass through countless rounds of treatments and surgeries.
Abnormal Pap Smears: What Every Woman Needs to Know (616.99466 RUS 2008)
This comprehensive guide discusses the relationship of cervical cancer to infection by the sexually transmitted human papillomavirus (HPV) and underscores how crucial Pap smears are for cervical cancer prevention.
Canadian Cancer Society - Major Mackenzie Unit
11 Headdon Gate, Unit 7
Wellspring at Doane House
11 Headdon Gate, Unit 7
American Cancer Society Complete Guide To Nutrition For Cancer Survivors (616.9940654 Ame)
Eating well, staying well during and after cancer.
Cancer : 50 Essential Things To Do (616.994 And)
Based on decades of research and the experiences of more than 16,000 survivors, this book teaches the practica, holistic action steps that can help you create wellness.
Cancer Clinical Trials (616.99406 Bee)
A commonsense guide to experimental cancer therapies and clinical trials.
Cancer Sourcebook for Women (616.9940082 Can)
Basic consumer health information about gynecologic cancers and other cancers of special concern to women.
Why Don't People Get Screened For Cancer?: Cancer Care Ontario
Your Disease Risk: Harvard Center for Cancer Prevention
Children With Cancer (618.92994 Bra)
A comprehensive reference guide for parents.
Conquering Cancer (616.99406 Ber)
An integrative guide to prevention and treatment.
Coping With The Emotional Aspects Of Cancer (616.9940651 Fio)
Wise and compasionate, this book shows patients and their families how to work with medical caregivers, communicate with each other and overcome feelings of helplessness.
Finding Your Way Through Cancer (616.994 Kne)
An expert cancer psychologist helps patients and survivors face the challenge of illness.
Having Children After Cancer (616.994 Sha)
How to make informed choices before and after treatment and build the family of your dreams.
Planet Cancer (616.99400285 Ada)
The book for young adults and their loved ones affected by cancer.
The Cancer Survivor's Companion (616.99403 Goo)
Practical ways to cope with your feelings after cancer.
The Chemotherapy Survival Guide (616.994061 McKa)
Everything you need to know to get through treatment.
What's Eating You? : People and Parasites (616.96 Kap)
The author recounts the true and harrowing tales of his adventures with parasites and introduces readers to the intimately woven lives of hosts and parasite.
When Your Life Is Touched By Cancer (616.994 Rit)
Practical advice and insights for patients, professionals and those who care.
Why Millions Survive Cancer (616.99406 Pec)
"There have been huge advances in cancer research in recent year... this is the good news we need to know."
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