CancerTips: A Handbook for Cancer Prevention and Management

James Metz, MD
The Abramson Cancer Center of the University of Pennsylvania
Last Modified: December 27, 2001

CancerTips: A down to earth travel sized handbook by OncoLink's Editor-in-Chief, James Metz, MD. This book contains invaluable information and guidelines on an extensive range of cancer-related topics.

Author: James Metz, MD
Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins Publishers
ISBN: 078172564X

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A Premiere resource for Cancer Prevention and Management!

Increase your knowledge to a professional level by reading what leading physicians recommend to their patients.

Using easy-to-understand and practical advice, this travel-sized handbook offers invaluable information and guidelines to cancer patients on an ex-tensive range of topics such as: cancer prevention and screening, dealing with side effects of cancer treatment, sexuality and cancer, physician/patient interactions, oncologic emergencies, and alternative medicine.

Learn how to easily utilize the Internet to build your knowledge on cancer-related information. Contained in this guide is a comprehensive listing of highly regarded websites, as well as, the methods used to qualify a competent website. Included in these pages is a convenient Cancer Workbook to be used for listing and keeping records for: medication taken, medical history, past surgical procedures, hospitalizations, physicians and much more.

To order call 1-800-638-3030 or check your local bookstore or publisher representative.
CancerTips: A Handbook for Cancer Prevention and Management, 2001. 192 pages. ISBN: 0-7817-2564-X. $19.95

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