Carcinoid Cancer, Zebras and Stardust

Carcinoid Cancer, Zebras and Stardust : My Sister's Cancer Battle

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Carcinoid cancer is a rare disease with approximately 8,000 cases reported in the U.S. each year. Because of its rarity and slow-growing tendencies, carcinoid is often improperly diagnosed, and when diagnosed, treated incorrectly. This is the story of one person's relentless battle against carcinoid, and of the author's struggle to come to terms with the death of her beloved sister. Inside, you'll also find the words of some of the world's top carcinoid / neuroendocrine tumor (NET) specialists, invaluable reference data, and a comprehensive list of the top carcinoid / NET specialists around the world. Recently updated for 2016-17 and beyond by Unlimited Publishing LLC, new resources and treatments are now included, which were not available at the time of initial more

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  • Paperback | 114 pages
  • 152.4 x 223.52 x 12.7mm | 158.76g
  • Unlimited Publishing
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1588321622
  • 9781588321626
  • 1,854,283

About Mary Girsch-Bock

Mary Girsch-Bock is a native Chicagoan, with her family dating back to before the Chicago Fire. Though living in New Mexico, Mary still considers Chicago home. After a career in healthcare and property management, Mary began a successful freelance writing career, specializing in business and technology issues, and is currently a contributing writer for "The CPA Practice Advisor," as well as a successful blog writer. Mary began researching carcinoid / NETs shortly after her sister Marge was diagnosed with a Pancreatic NET tumor in 1995, and continues to research the latest developments today. Shortly before her death, Marge conveyed her desire to have her story told. From that desire, this book was conceived. Mary currently lives in New Mexico with her husband, teenage son, two birds and two more

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