Cancer

The Gene: An Intimate History
The Gene: An Intimate History

Review: Great history of genetics from simple Mendelian genetics to modern capabilities and the ethical issues surrounding them Easy to read You don't need to have a genetics background Better than the Emperor of all Maladies A history of Cancer Read more

Death Be Not Proud (Harper Perennial Modern Classics)
Death Be Not Proud (Harper Perennial Modern Classics)

Review: Knowing only that this book was a classic, I purchased it for my middle school son. I read it myself upon learning that it was about a boy who died of an aggressive brain tumor, since my family is struggling with the exact illness in one of our members. I was struck by the absolute tragedy of how this brilliant child was killed by a disease targeting the very source of what made him so unique. Being familiar with the current therapies, I was also somewhat amazed to learn that there has been al... Read more

The Bright Hour: A Memoir of Living and Dying
The Bright Hour: A Memoir of Living and Dying

Review: Amoving and wonderful book about a young mother dying of cancer but it is more than that it is the reflection on life and death and mortality I've read it all in one city you will too it is the mesmerizing and I would just those that she left her husband John her sons her father her brother and his wife and her many wonderful friends that they remember Nina as the remarkable and wonderful person and quirky person that she was and that they remember that facing the tragic circumstances of her own... Read more

Everything Happens for a Reason - And Other Lies I've Loved
Everything Happens for a Reason - And Other Lies I've Loved

Review: Book that lets you walk with a woman facing cancer. Kate Bowler lets you inside her thoughts as she courageously faces the worst with grace. The book would be particularly meaningful for anyone facing the same diagnosis. Read more

The Middle Place
The Middle Place

Review: An excellent read for anyone who has just received bad news and has started to feel sorry for themselves. Yes, we need to be concerned but we also need to know that there is hope. We also need to know in our hearts that God would never wish these sicknesses on us. I think Kelly did a a good job writing thses story. Read more

A Revolutionary Diet to Combat Cancer - and Increase Your Energy
A Revolutionary Diet to Combat Cancer - and Increase Your Energy

Review: Fantastic cutting edge book by my favorite health teacher, who's advice turned my life around 8 years ago.
Forget government & doctors' dietary propaganda - this is the real deal (but only if you want to be healthy & disease-free without really trying & dump all your medications). Read more

Celebrate More. Regret Less. Stare Down Your Greatest Fears.
Celebrate More. Regret Less. Stare Down Your Greatest Fears.

Review: Margaret has a gift with words, that paints pictures much like Max Lucado. She can express more feeling and passion in one sentence than some authors do in several paragraphs. I highly recommend the book. This one book made me want to read her other books. Read more

Dr. Susan Love's Breast Book (A Merloyd Lawrence Book)
Dr. Susan Love's Breast Book (A Merloyd Lawrence Book)

Review: I had been diagnosed with breast cancer, and this book was recommended. I became a student of my desease and this book helped me assimilate questions to ask my caregivers as I made my decision on surgery. Highly recommended. Use it like a reference book. Read more

Ignite Your Energy and Focus - Transform Pain into Purpose
Ignite Your Energy and Focus - Transform Pain into Purpose

Review: The material is life changing if you apply it. The approaches presented affect every area of life and transform the sick and tired into the vibrantly alive.

My highest recommendation for this treasure. Read more

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