Table of contents for Everyone's guide to cancer therapy : how cancer is diagnosed, treated, and managed day to day / Andrew Ko, Ernest Rosenbaum, Malin Dollinger.

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Foreword by_TK 
Preface to the Fifth Edition by Margaret A. Tempero, M.D., Past President, 
Society of Clinical Oncology_TK 
Editors' Preface_TK 
To the Reader_TK 
Part 1
1.	Understanding Cancer
2.	How Cancer Is Diagnosed
3.	Working with the Health Care Team
4.	Deciding on the Appropriate Treatment
5.	Second Opinions
6.	What Happens in Surgery
7.	What Happens in Radiation Therapy
8.	What Happens in Chemotherapy
9.	That Happens in Biological Therapy and Immunotherapy
10.	Laser Therapy
11.	Hyperthermia
12.	 Cryosurgery
13.	 Radiofrequency Heat Treatment for Liver Tumors
14.	 Antiangiogenesis: The Prevention of New Blood Vessels as a Strategy for 
Treating Cancer
15.	Bone marrow and Blood Stem Cell Transplantation
16.	Integrative Oncology
17.	Blood Transfusions and Cancer Treatment
18.	Oncology Nursing
Part 2
19.	Living with Cancer
20.	Coping with the Side Effects of Chemotherapy
21.	 Fatigue
22.	The Role of Sleep in Health, Disease, and Therapy
23.	Maintaining Good Nutrition
24.	Controlling Pain
25.	 Guarding Against Infections
26.	Living with an Ostomy
27.	The Look Good . . . Feel Better Cosmetic Program
28.	Becoming Sexually Active Again
29.	Staying Physically Fit
30.	Home Care
31.	Palliative Care
Part 3
32.	The Will to Live
33.	Living with Mortality: Life Goes On
34.	New Hope in Managing Distress with Cancer
35.	 Survivorship Guidelines for Cancer Patients and Their Families
36.	Late Effects of Cancer Treatment
37.	Cancer and the Family's Needs
38.	Paying for Cancer Care
39.	Managed Care and Oncology: New Ways to Deliver Health Care
40.	Planning for the Future
Part 4
41.	The Impact of Research on the Cancer Problem: Looking Back, Moving Forward
42.	 Cancer Risk Assessment
43.	 Investigational Anticancer Drugs
44.	Advances in Cancer Biology
45.	Genetic Risk Assessment and Counseling
46.	Cancer Information
Specific Types of Cancer
Adrenal Gland
Bile Duct
Brain Cancer
Cancer of an Unknown Primary Site (CUPS)
Carcinoids of the Gastrointestinal Tract
Childhood Cancers
Childhood Cancers: Brain Tumors
Childhood Cancers: Retinoblastoma
Childhood Cancers: Soft-Tissue and Bone Sarcomas
Colon and Rectum
Gall Bladder
Gastrointestinal Stromal Tumor [NEW]
Head and Neck
Kaposi's Sarcoma
Kidney Cancer
The Leukemias
Lung: Nonsmall Cell
Lung: Small Cell
Lymphoma: AIDS-Associated
Lymphoma: Hodgkin's Disease
Lymphoma: Non-Hodgkin's Disease
Metastatic Cancer
Multiple Myeloma
Neuroendocrine (Islet Cell) Tumors of the Pancreas
Ovarian Germ Cell Tumors
Prostate Cancer
Sarcomas of Bone and Soft Tissue
Small Intestine
Trophoblastic Disease
Uterus: Endometrial Carcinoma
Uterus: Uterine Sarcomas
200_ Cancer Update_TK after the June 1-5 ASCO annual meeting
Glossary of Medical Terms_TK 
Useful Readings and Resources_TK 
Introducing the Internet: The Web Tutorial Program_TK 
Useful Web Addresses_TK 
Index_TK with final pages

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Cancer -- Popular works.