|Auflage||1. Auflage, 2011|
|Verlag||Modern History Press|
Cancer: A Personal Challenge by Bob Rich, PhD is a tool for achieving better health by everyone. It will help you to protect yourself and those you love, so that your chances of developing cancer will be reduced. It will help you to look after someone who is battling cancer, and above all, it will help you if you are the one whose body is the battleground.
Contributors: Andrea Oz, Paul Bedson, Siegfried Gutbrod, Steve Hawley, David Hooper, Phyllis Phucas, Oleg Reznik M.D., Bob Rich, Yvonne Rowan, Victor Smith, Carl Stonier, and Cheryl Wright.
'As a lay-person and one who has seen family and friends rage against cancer, one of the most fascinating parts of this book are the first-person stories from those who are 'bloody-minded' enough to refuse to give in. Their courageous accounts allow us inside the mind of those ordinary people whose lives have been turned upside down, and paint a picture far more complex than the media's single-dimensional image of 'cancer victim.' On the contrary, their poignant stories are ones of hope, strength and faith in becoming a survivor and treating cancer not as a death sentence, but as a challenge along life's trail-or transition along a path of ultimate perfection'. --Brandon Wilson, Lowell Thomas Award-winning author
Oleg I. Reznik, M.D. is the author of Secrets of Medical Decision Making: How to Avoid Becoming a Victim of the Health Care Machine
Bob Rich, PhD writes in several genres: historical fiction, contemporary, science fiction, psychology, and practical self-help. He is also a professional editor, a counselling psychologist, and several other things that are none of your business. Two other books by Bob Rich have won international awards. His writing showcase is www.bobswriting.com, while his counselling site is www.anxietyanddepression-help.com,