Idiot's Guide to Quitting Smoking
to Ashes : America's Hundred-Year Cigarette War, the Public Health,
and the Unabashed Triumph of Philip Morris
by Richard Kluger
to Eat if You Have Cancer
Keane, a nutritionist, cancer survivor, and coauthor
of the best-selling Juicing for Life (Avery, 1992), and Chase, a natural-health
writer and nutrition educator, describe the body's physical components
and how nutrition affects physical function. They then present types
of cancers and detail how the cancers insinuate themselves into body
structures. The authors' proposed nutritional therapy is designed
to deny cancer the food elements it requires for growth while strengthening
the body against the disease and the rigors of its treatments. Recommendations
are made for nutritional supplements, food preparation, and managing
the side effects of treatment.
cbi has a BAD day
by Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn
This is a story about hope - hope that one can survive
the system, hope that the disease can be conquered, hope for a future
with friends and the things one values. In his usual way, the author
explores all facets of Soviet socity with a particular emphasis on
the world he knows best - the world of the zek, the political prisoner.
The reflections of Oleg and his determination to survive shine through
the utterly gray and workout Soviet background. It is this dramatic
accentuation that makes the word pictures so moving. For despite all
the reasons to give up, he endures. This is a quiet novel but a deeply
moving one, so different from the historical works that followed.
She performed a partial glossectomy (took a golf ball sized chunk out
of my tongue) and amodified Supraomohyoidal Neck Dissection on June 28th,
Because of her aggressiveness and skill I went from approximately 50%
to probably 97%
The moral of the story - don't smoke. It's no joke. I started smoking
and pretty much sealed the deal with my first cigarette.
No tobacco products.
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