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Also included in the book are entries from relatives and spouses who cared for loved ones who received a cancer diagnosis, some of whom did not survive their battle with the disease. This moving look at life after cancer will help other survivors and patients realise that they are not alone.
|Date Published||30 Dec 2012|
|Publisher||American Cancer Society|
|Subject/s||Photography & photographs   Family & health   Oncology  |
Karen Barrow is Web producer for the science desk of the New York Times. In addition to maintaining the Times' health Web page and reporting on healthy living and consumer health issues, Karen conceives and executes innovative multimedia projects designed to engage and educate health consumers and give patients a voice. Ms. Barrow has written for the New York Times, Scholastic’s Science World and Super Science magazines, ADDitude, The New York Sun, and The Jewish Week.
Tara Parker-Pope writes about personal health for the New York Times and is the editor of the paper's "Well" section.