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03/26/2012

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This review is from: Hope In The Face Of Cancer: A Survival Guide For The Journey You Did Not Choose by mcaiedl doctor Amy Givler (Clinical Assistant Professor of Family Medicine and Comprehensive Care, Louisiana State University Medial Center) is a informed and informative instructional guide written especially and specifically for men and women confronting the diagnosis of cancer, as well as for those that love and care for them. From adjusting emotionally to being diagnosed; to thinking through the range of possible options logically and promptly; to ways to give the unexpected news to family and friends; to searching for spiritual meaning, and so much more, Hope In The Face Of Cancer is filled from cover to cover with practical advice, heartfelt empathy, emotional support. If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with cancer, then give Dr. Amy Givler's Hope In The Face Of Cancer a very careful reading.

I would consider lnokiog at clinical trials. Every treatment I have been through has been a part of a clinical trial. But, the last one was the only one I did because I had no other good option. For the most part, I always had a good prognosis, which made me a good candidate for some of the trials. So, if I have already done clinical trials, I am sure I would if current available treatment would not help very much unless I decided not to pursue treatment.But I would not go to all the supposed cancer cures that people talk about. I have seen too many that are just wrong, and many that are dangerous. If I had exhausted all other options, I would just not pursue treatment at all.

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