Cancer as Initiation: Surviving the Fire: A Guide for Living with Cancer for Patient, Provider, Spouse, Family, or Friend

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CANCER
AS INITIATION
Surviving the Fire

A GUIDE FOR LIVING WITH CANCER
FOR PATIENT, PROVIDER,
SPOUSE, FAMILY, OR FRIEND

Foreword by
Richard K. Orr, M.D.

Barbara Stone

OPEN COURT


Chicago and La Salle, Illinois

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Foreword xi
  • Preface xv
  • Acknowledgments xvii
  • Note about the Symbol of the Dream Catcher xviii
  • Chapter 1 - Rite of Passage 1
  • Chapter 2 - Newlyweds 13
  • Chapter 3 - Finding the Lump 19
  • Chapter 4 - Snake Dreams 23
  • Chapter 5 - Diagnosis 37
  • Chapter 6 - Change of Heart 50
  • Chapter 7 - Surgery 54
  • Chapter 8 - Staging the Cancer 58
  • Chapter 9 - To Chemo or Not to Chemo? 74
  • Chapter 10 - Beginning Radiation Therapy 86
  • Chapter 11 - New Vision 97
  • Chapter 12 - UPS and Downs 110
  • Chapter 13 - Starting Chemotherapy 131
  • Chapter 14 - Kirlian Photography 149
  • Chapter 15 - Healers 173
  • Chapter 16 - Finishing Chemotherapy 184
  • Chapter 17 - Losing My Hair 206
  • Chapter 18 - Baby Dreams- New Life 215
  • Appendix A - Cranial Osteopathic Philosophy 239
  • Appendix B - Kirlian Photography Theory 241
  • Appendix C - Kirlian Apparatus 246
  • Appendix D - Acupuncture 250
  • Appendix E - Funding for Breast Cancer Research 253
  • References 257
  • Index 263
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