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How to Survive Lung Cancer - A Practical 12-Step Plan | Paperback

by Michael Lloyd (Author)


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Binding:  Paperback
Publisher:  Lulu.com
Edition:  1st Edition
Page Count:  128 Pages
Publication Date:  November 29, 2007
Sales Rank:  466455th


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Written by a lung cancer survivor who understands what it takes to beat the odds, this book offers unparalleled hope and direction for anyone facing this illness. It is filled with specific exercises and techniques to promote healing and reverse side effects by taking a pro-active approach in helping to restore your mind, body and spirit to an optimum state of health. Endorsed by a Lung Cancer Specialist and Associate Professor at Harvard Medical School, this book combines what the doctors tell you with critical information they don't tell you. Visit www.SurviveLungCancer.com for chapter summaries.

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