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by Margaret Wooddell,David J. Hess
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    Margaret Wooddell,David J. Hess
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Wooddell, Margaret J. and Hess, David J. Bibliographic Citation. New York: New York University Press, 1998.

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She feels better and the tumors are shrinking.

CAM is also mostly a cheaper in cost when compared to allopathic medicines. She feels better and the tumors are shrinking. Of course every person is unique and responds differently to each therapy, but it's definitely worth it to try.

The phrases complementary therapy and alternative therapy are often used as if they mean the same thing. A complementary therapy means you can use it alongside your conventional medical treatment. Some types of alternative therapy may not be completely safe and could cause harmful side effects. Some treatments may interact.

Each year hundreds of thousands of women are diagnosed with cancer, and more and more frequently, women are turning to alternative treatments to take control of their illnesses and their lives. Information, however, has been scarce for women navigating through conventional and unconventional medicine. Research funding continues to support traditional cancer therapies. Women Confront Cancer declares the need for new, less toxic therapies and diagnostic procedures.

For the first time, Women Confront Cancer unites the voices of women leaders who have breast, cervical, ovarian, and other cancers. Documenting the decision process, the choices, and the dilemmas these women faced as they chose alternative and complementary cancer treatments, a powerful unity emerges, pointing the way to the future of the diagnosis and treatment of cancer by less toxic methods. Ann Frahm, the author of A Cancer Battle Plan, Susan Moss, the author of Keep Your Breasts, and Cathy Hitchcock, coauthor of Breast Cancer, are only three of the leaders who relate their personal experiences with cancer. All of the women featured in Women Confront Cancer share how and why they created treatment programs that combine the best of conventional and unconventional approaches, and how it has improved their health and their lives.

A call for patients' rights, for policy reform in cancer research, for better information about both conventional and alternative medicine, Women Confront Cancer will be both a source of inspiration for women who have cancer and an aid for them in creating their own approach to healing.

* Did you know that October is [ NATIONAL BREAST CANCER AWARENESS MONTH ] and pink is the color that symbolizes breast cancer awareness?