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RAHO13000 Random House

Random House Female Cancers - 160 Pages

by Random House
£5.70£5.99
5.70
  • By Jan De Vries.
  • Succinctly addresses the main issues involving the treatment of cancers affecting women today
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  • Expected Despatch By 15/12/2016
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    • Conventional treatments such as radiotherapy and chemotherapy can have horrific side effects, and doctors and specialists are only too happy when patients adopy additional complementary methods of combatting the disease
    • The book focuses on the confusion regarding the link between HRT and cancer, and further investigates the foods widely reported to cause the disease
    • Female Cancers, the latest title in the popular Well Woman Series by Jan de Vries, succinctly addresses the main issues involving the treatment of cancers affecting women today
    • It advises on the ways that women can decrease the likelihood of contracting the disease and explains what sufferers can do to improve their chances of recovery
    • To many people, being diagnosed with cancer is tantamount to a death sentence and amomg women, rates of breast and ovarian cancers are still very much on the increase
    • Jan de Vries has worked in this field for over 45 years and is a member of several researcg committees, including the Cancer Control Society.
    • It reveals how alternative medicine can help, for instance, by building up the patient's immune system to stand up to the attacks of agressive therapies

© CopyRight

  • Random House Group Ltd
  • HCODE

    RAHO13000

  • MPN

    1840188472

  • MANUFACTURER

    Random House

  • EAN CODE

    9781840188479

  • CONDITION

    NEW

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