Malignant Metaphor: Confronting Cancer Myths, A Memoir

Malignant Metaphor Confronting Cancer Myths A Memoir In addition to her clear medical explanations Mitchell s compassionate attitude will bring comfort to those readers and their loved ones facing a cancer diagnosis Publishers WeeklyAward winning scien

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  • Title: Malignant Metaphor: Confronting Cancer Myths, A Memoir
  • Author: Alanna Mitchell
  • ISBN: 9781770413894
  • Page: 237
  • Format: Paperback
  • In addition to her clear medical explanations, Mitchell s compassionate attitude will bring comfort to those readers and their loved ones facing a cancer diagnosis Publishers WeeklyAward winning science writer Alanna Mitchell confronts cancer myths in this powerful and personal book, as she recounts her family s experiences with the disease When her beloved brother i In addition to her clear medical explanations, Mitchell s compassionate attitude will bring comfort to those readers and their loved ones facing a cancer diagnosis Publishers WeeklyAward winning science writer Alanna Mitchell confronts cancer myths in this powerful and personal book, as she recounts her family s experiences with the disease When her beloved brother in law John is diagnosed with malignant melanoma, Mitchell throws herself into the latest clinical research, providing us with a clear description of what scientists know of cancer and its treatments When John enters the world of alternative treatments, Mitchell does, too, looking for the science in untested waters She comes face to face with the misconceptions we share about cancer, which are rooted in blame and anxiety, and opens the door to new ways of looking at our most feared illness.Beautifully written, at once deeply personal and rigorous, Malignant Metaphor is a compassionate and persuasive book that has the power to change the conversation about cancer.

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