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Cancer: 50 Essential Things to Do: 2013 Edition | Paperback

by Greg Anderson (Author)


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Binding:  Paperback
Publisher:  Plume
Edition:  Revised, Updatedth Edition
Page Count:  320 Pages
Publication Date:  December 24, 2012
Sales Rank:  321306th


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The ground-breaking classic guide to surviving cancer?now completely updated! Revised and updated for the first time since 1999, this invaluable guide to cancer recovery offers an easily accessible plan for patients and family members. Written by a cancer survivor, the book is an inspiring, action-oriented roadmap for those who choose to adopt a stance of hope and take charge of their diagnosis. With penetrating insights that bring together more than two decades of scientifically supported research and experience, Anderson reveals a step-by-step holistic action plan that has been successfully employed by hundreds of thousands of cancer patients worldwide. Anderson?s message is: ?You must not simply treat illness, you must also create wellness?physically, emotionally and spiritually.?

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