Breast Cancer: A Woman's Dilemma

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Breast Cancer - A Woman's Dilemma
The key to breast cancer prevention is awareness, education and early detection. This program is part of our women's health series designed to comply with the Joint Commission standards for education of patients and family and was awarded a National Telly Award for Education.
Breast Cancer
Breast cancer seems related to a specific lifestyle, diet, age of puberty, the number and spacing of pregnancies. And though the percentage of breast cancer cases has increased in recent years, this program reveals how there is hope in fighting this insidious disease through education, new forms of contraception and…
Living with Breast Cancer
Being diagnosed with cancer is an emotionally challenging experience. Some people describe themselves as feeling "numb." Others may feel sorrow, fear, anger, or even guilt if they believe their illness was caused by smoking or poor lifestyle choices. Learning about their condition can help patients have more control over the…
Stress and Cancer
Can an increase in stress actually cause cancer? Can it cause a relapse among patients in remission, or speed up the rate of a cancer's progression? Professor Sapolsky offers his insights on these and other controversial questions and myths about the possible links between stress and cancer.
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Assisting the Patient With Self-Administration of Medication Alf - Technical & Safety Tool Kit for Caregiver
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Developmental Care: Neonates & Infants - Newborn Care, Feeding, Sleep & Development Tips
Every parent wants to do as much as possible right when it comes to their precious newborn. Put your fears aside and get the basics here. Knowing how to provide care in an age specific manner is an important part of meeting a loved one's needs. This first DVD covers…
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