Afraid to Ask: A Book For Families to Share About Cancer Fine 1986 Submitter: My local library has a large network of branches. Also included are the libraries at all the public schools. This 1986 book on cancer came to
No Longer Afraid Sanford 1992 Our pal Doris is back with another in depth look at childhood cancer as part of the Children of Courage series. (Please check the category of “Doris Hall of Infamy” for more examples.) Our child
Early Detection Breast Cancer is Curable Strax 1974 A breast cancer book from 1974? You have got to be kidding me! Maybe the holding library liked the groovy cover. I don’t need to say that this book in a health
Breast Cancer Landau 1995 As of this writing this was still in a medium sized public library’s teen nonfiction collection. I love the idea of a book about cancer directed at teens, but 1995 is too old for information on
Something’s Got To Taste Good The Cancer Patient’s Cookbook Fishman and Anrod 1981 First, this book is from 1981 and designed for cancer patients. That is way too old to be of any use. Second, this looks and feels like
Coping With Chemotherapy How to take of yourself while chemotherapy takes care of the cancer Bruning 1985 This book I found still in active circulation at an unamed public library. As of this writing, it is still on the shelf.
The Death of Cancer: The story of research involving Laetrile that dropped a bombshell on orthodoxy Manner, DiSanti, & Michalsen 1978 Submitter: It was the juxtaposition between the title of this work, The Death of Cancer, and its psychedelic rainbow cover art
Dressed to Kill Singer and Grismaijer 1995 Submitter: “Now let me just say, I am all for breast cancer research and finding a cure. However, I don’t really ascribe to the belief that my underwear = cancer. And when one