| Uterine Cancer Book
- Reclaiming Our Lives After Breast and Gynecologic Cancer
In this book, a medical psychologist addresses cancerís assault on womenís senses of self, femininity, and womanhood
- Women's Cancers: How to Prevent Them, How to Treat Them, and How to Beat Them
The authors' goal was a book for women diagnosed with or at risk for lung, colorectal, breast, pelvic, uterine, ovarian, vaginal, vulvar cancers.
- Women and Cancer: A Thorough and Compassionate Resource for Patients and Their Families
This book has four sections, covering the female organs where most cancers occur (breast, cervix, uterus, and ovaries).
- No More Hysterectomies
This book explains in detail, all the surgical procedures used to diagnose and treat gyn conditions. Explains what to look for in pathology reports and the importance of second opinions.
- Making the Chemotherapy Decision
The book explains critical factors to consider when facing chemotherapy
- Making the Radiation Therapy Decision
- Dietitian's Cancer Story : Information & Inspiration for Recovery & Healing from a 3-Time Cancer Survivor.
A dietitian/cancer survivor's recommendations for developing a healthy diet that can also reduce the risk of cancer.
- After Cancer: A Guide to Your New Life.
The book's author, who is both MD and cancer survivor, looks at the medical, emotional, and practical aspects of life after cancer treatment.
- The Official Patient's Sourcebook on Uterine Sarcoma: A Revised and Updated Directory for the Internet Age (2002)
This book has been created for patients who have decided to make education and research an integral part of the treatment process. Although it also gives information useful to doctors, caregivers and other health professionals, it tells patients where and how to look for information covering virtually all topics related to uterine sarcoma (also Adenosarcomas; Corpus cancer; Endometrial cancer; Leiomyosarcomas; Malignant mixed mullerian tumors; Uterine cancer), from the essentials to the most advanced areas of research.
- I Beat Cancer: 50 People Tell You How They Did It (2003)
This unique book contains 50 inspiring stories, all of them written by the cancer survivors themselves. The stories cover all ages, many types of cancer (see the table of contents for all types covered) and numerous treatments, mostly focusing on alternative methods.
- Cancer Schmancer (2002)
Television star (The Nanny) and author (Enter Whining) Drescher details the two-year, eight-plus-doctor ordeal she endured to diagnose her uterine cancer. She goes from gynecologist (two) and internist to hematologist to oncologist/breast specialist, back to gynecologist, then to vascular specialist, neurologist, and finally gynecologist (the third) before discovering the cause of her bleeding, cramping, and painful sex. She underwent surgery, refused radiation, and continues to play in the fields of celebrity.
- Uterine Cancer (American Cancer Society Atlas of Clinical Oncology) (2004)
Book presents an overview of the most frequently diagnosed gynecologic malignancy, endometrial carcinoma, as well as a collection of mesenchymal tumors. Reviews epidemiology, genetics, diagnosis, staging, prognosis, treatment, postsurgical management, and pathologic evaluation.
- 21st Century Complete Medical Guide to Uterine Cancer (Endometrial Cancer, Cancer of the Uterus) - Authoritative Government Documents and Clinical References for Patients and Physicians with Practical Information on Diagnosis and Treatment Options (2002)
This up-to-date and comprehensive CD-ROM provides a superb collection of official Federal government documents on uterine and endometrial cancer: signs and symptoms, diagnosis, lab tests, treatment and management options, and ongoing clinical research. Every aspect of the disease is thoroughly covered. There is no other reference that is as fast, convenient, and portable - everything you need to know, from the federal sources you trust.
- Uterine Cancer - A Medical Dictionary, Bibliography, and Annotated Research Guide to Internet Refere (2004)
This is a 3-in-1 reference book. It gives a complete medical dictionary covering hundreds of terms and expressions relating to uterine cancer. It also gives extensive lists of bibliographic citations. Finally, it provides information to users on how to update their knowledge using various Internet resources. The book is designed for physicians, medical students preparing for Board examinations, medical researchers, and patients who want to become familiar with research dedicated to uterine cancer.
- Color Atlas of Uterine Cancer Cytology (Swiss Cancer Society Series) (1992)
- What Your Doctor May Not Tell You About Fibroids: New Techniques and Therapies--Including Breakthrough Alternatives to Hysterectomy (2003)
Two fibroid experts reveal the little-known facts about preventing and treating fibroid tumors--without surgery. Fibroid tumors are the leading reason why more than 500,000 American women have hysterectomies each year. Fibroids are benign tumors that arise from the smooth muscle layer of the uterus.