This is a book about healing based on Louis Heyse-Moore's forty years of experience as a doctor, counsellor and a Somatic Experiencing trauma therapist. The author believes healing is much more than just physical cure.
Author: Louis Heyse-Moore
Publisher: John Hunt Publishing
Everyone has experienced some suffering in their life, often through illness, and, of course, everyone wants to heal. This is a book about healing based on Louis Heyse-Moore's forty years of experience as a doctor, counsellor and a Somatic Experiencing trauma therapist. The author believes healing is much more than just physical cure. Over the many years that he has worked with ill people, it has become obvious to him that their body, mind and spirit are all affected when they are sick. Many doctors are excellent at treating and curing physical illnesses but may miss the other aspects of healing. The Case of the Disappearing Cancer attempts to redress the balance. A word picture is worth a million theoretical abstractions. A good story is one that engages us at gut level. Not just thinking, but also feeling, emoting, remembering, relating; soulfulness in other words. It makes us come alive. This book does just that.
“According to the police,” Aaron's mother continued, “Mr. Marris had owned this house a long time ago, before he lost his wife to cancer.
Author: William Lutz II
What if your friend called you and said that his mother had disappeared. Would you tell him to call the police? Would you tell him to call his dad? None of these suggestions helped. In the end, it took Max and his detective sniffing dog Bullet to solve the mystery. Along the way, you find out a few personal views of Bullet (the dog) about the world around him. Try not to laugh to hard.
... et al (1992) Three cases of minute gastric cancer of which cancer cells ... of gastric cancer disappearing following biopsy (minute gastric cancer).
Author: Rikiya Fujita
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Since a number of mucosal digestive tract cancer detected has increased in recent years with an advance of endoscopic instruments, endoscopic treatment of digestive tract cancer is widely spread in Japan but not in other countries. Minute cancers seem to have own characteristic mucosal signs compared with benign lesions. Therefore, strategies, those are different in Japan from other countries, of endoscopic diagnosis are very important. The cancer institute hospital of JFCR (Japan foundation of cancer research) is one of the top institutions which do the best endoscopic treatment in Japan. This book is expected to be the first valuable atlas in which the abundant experiences of this hospital offer beautiful photographs of minute cancers without any scars of biopsies which change aspects of original lesions. This book also offer pictures of magnifying endoscopy using NBI (Narrow Band Imaging) and pathological findings.
The case of the disappearing blood was resolved. Peter's blood from Birmingham had mysteriously showed up half an hour after her last call.
Author: Simon Riley
This is cancer story with an upbeat ending. Simon had only just had his second child when he was told he had myeloma and it was incurable. But he decided to fight it, and with the help of his brilliant doctors, defied the odds to return to health. It is a moving, sometimes funny story that will deliver hope to other sufferers and their loved ones.
The Case of the Disappearing Walls One morning I had to tell John Babar , a patient with colon cancer and extensive metastases to his liver , that the ...
Author: Janet L. Abrahm
Publisher: JHU Press
Janet L. Abrahm argues that all causes of suffering experienced by people with cancer, be they physical, psychological, social, or spiritual, should be treated at all stages: at diagnosis, during curative therapy, in the event that cancer recurs, and during the final months. In the second edition of this symptom-oriented guide, she provides primary care physicians, advanced practice nurses, internists and oncologists with detailed information and advice for alleviating the stress and pain of patients and family members alike. The new edition includes the latest information on patient and family communication and counseling, on medical, surgical, and complementary and alternative treatments for symptoms caused by cancer and cancer treatments, and on caring for patients in the last days and their bereaved families. Updated case histories, medication tables, Practice Points, and bibliographies provide clinicians with the information they need to treat their cancer patients effectively and compassionately.
... lysis syndrome Pre-eclampsia Rasburicase and the case of the disappearing ... cancers Prostate cancer Ovarian cancer Breast cancer Gastrointestinal ...
Author: David White
Publisher: Garland Science
Clinical Chemistry is a comprehensive textbook covering the area of medical science variously known as chemical pathology, clinical chemistry, medical biochemistry and clinical biochemistry. The biochemical processes and physiological interrelationships, of tissues, organs and molecules are discussed in the context of disease processes and related to the diagnosis, monitoring, and management of disease. Also included are analytical processes, such as immunoassay, and how these relate to clinical practice. Although the emphasis of this book is clinical biochemistry, some chapters include sections on haematology, radiology and microbiology where this helps in the understanding of disease processes. The increasing use of the techniques of molecular biology and genetics in the investigation of disease is acknowledged also by appropriate inclusion of these disciplines in a number of chapters. Standard International (SI) units of measurement are used throughout, but for tests where non-SI units are in common use as well as SI units both sets of units are quoted.
The ' cancer - connection ' is formulated in some cases by the correlation of disappearing vasculitis with successful cancer treatment , and recurrence with ...
Author: M. Jager
Publisher: CRC Press
The eye and the ocular adnexa may give rise to over three hundred histologically different tumors - by far the largest tumor variety of the human body. However, the immunological behavior of these tumors has only been explored in some cases, although it is well established that the eye is an immune-privileged site in which cells that express foreign antigens escape immune-mediated elimination. Human tumors also create an immune-privileged surrounding and thereby escape from anti-tumor immune responses. Highlighting aspects of ocular and general tumor, this text summarizes the role of the immune system and how tumor tissue can influence various parameters (T-cells, NK-cells, HLA-expression, apoptosis), leading to escape mechanisms used by the tumor. New therapeutic regimens urgently required by patients are also reviewed, and the immunological behavior of skin melanoma is compared to choroidal melanoma, whilst basal cell carcinoma of the ocular lid is compared to those of the skin.