Understanding
Breast Cancer

JOY OGDEN

John Wiley & Sons Ltd,

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Understanding Breast Cancer
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Understanding Illness and Health *
  • Title Page *
  • Contents v
  • About the Author vii
  • Acknowledgements ix
  • 1 - Introduction 1
  • 2 - What is Breast Cancer? 3
  • 3 - Who Gets It? What Are the Risk Factors? 9
  • 4 - Symptoms and Diagnosis 19
  • 5 - Psychological Impact–coming to Terms with Breast Cancer 29
  • 6 - The Role of Family, Friends and Health Professionals 41
  • 7 - What Are the Treatment Options? 49
  • 8 - Surgery 59
  • 9 - Breast Reconstruction or Prosthesis? 71
  • 10 - Radiotherapy 77
  • 11 - Chemotherapy 85
  • 12 - Hormonal Therapies and Immunotherapy 97
  • 13 - Breast Cancer, Pregnancy and Fertility 103
  • 14 - How Does It Feel to Live with Breast Cancer? 109
  • 15 - Complementary Therapies, Holistic Practice and Diet 115
  • 16 - Frequently Asked Questions 125
  • Glossary 129
  • Useful Addresses and Contacts 133
  • References 139
  • Index 141
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