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WHEN TUMOR IS THE RUMOR AND CANCER IS THE ANSWER ATTITUDE

ATTITUDE Hi dr ryan here, medical oncologist and this is when tumor is the rumor and cancer is the answer.  I am sure you are familiar with our opening song   from chariots 

WHEN TUMOR IS THE RUMOR AND CANCER IS THE ANSWER INTRODUCTION

INTRODUCTION Hi Dr Ryan here Medical oncologist and this is whentumoris the rumorand cancer is the answer     I AM SURE YOU ARE FAMILIAR WITH THE  SONG FROM CHARIOTS  OF FIRE. A MAN

U Of M Conference Offers Comfort To Cancer Survivors

U Of M Conference Offers Comfort To Cancer Survivors April 23, 2016 6:20 PM By Susan-Elizabeth Littlefield   MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — It sounds like it would be one of the best things you could

PREPARING FOR THE SILVER TSUNAMI AND THE IMPACT OF AN AGING POPULATION ON CANCER CARE

Preparing for the ‘Silver Tsunami’ and the Impact of an Aging Population on Cancer Care By Jimmie Holland, MD, and Mindy Greenstein, PhD Geriatric oncology must take the lead in planning ahead

Read The Directions First

Read The Directions First La Dolce Vita (A Recipe) For The ‘Sweet Life’   Over our lives, we develop quite a palette for the bountiful buffet of personalities out there. We learn

FOREWORD

FOREWORD On Becoming a Cancer Survivor Cancer is an intensely personal experience. Yet it routinely involves a variety of social interactions with family, friends, coworkers, and employers. Th e diagnosis of cancer

AN ONCOLOGIST AS A CANCER SURVIVOR

Editor’s Note: What does the cancer patient know that the oncologist cannot? The patient, unlike the oncologist, knows first-hand the life-changing effects — and indignities — of having cancer, unless the oncologist

DEPRESSION IN CANCER PATIENTS

http://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/830602?src= The study also found that major depression is substantially more common in cancer patients than in the general population. The researchers, led by Jane Walker, MBChB, PhD, a consultant psychiatrist at

ANOTHER PHYSICIAN ONCOLOGIST PATIENT STORY

My book is perfect for the great truths espoused here. http://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/842879?src=wnl_edit_specol&uac=39323CX I am also a cancer survivor and a retired USAF Colonel  Oncologist and Professor  of Medicine and the author of When

WHEN YOU ARE TOLD YOU MAY OR DO HAVE CANCER-WHAT NEXT?

 Cancer is no respecter of persons. No one is immune to the second leading cause of death yearly affecting over 4 million patients and loved ones. The greatest blow, when tumor is