This important book should be included in all consumer health collections, as well as purchased by women affected by the disease.(Library Journal)
This guide excels at providing detailed medical information and practical tips on ways to reduce the side effects of treatment.(Mamm)
The latest developments in diagnosis and treatment are discussed―but even more so, is the quality of living itself: it's this which sets A Guide to Survivorship for Women with Ovarian Cancer apart.(Bookwatch)
Provides a great place for a newly diagnosed woman to start learning about the disease.(Susan McIntyre Minnesota Ovarian Cancer Alliance Newsletter)
Because the authors all have years of clinical experience, they seem to understand what women worry about and care about, and they address these issues throughout the book.(Canadian Women's Health Network)
About the Author
Dr. F. J. Montz (1955–2002) was a professor of gynecology and obstetrics, surgery, and oncology at the Johns Hopkins Hospital and Medical Institutions. Dr. Robert E. Bristow is an associate professor of gynecology and obstetrics and oncology at the Johns Hopkins Hospital and Medical Institutions. Paula J. Anastasia is a gynecologic-oncology clinical nurse specialist at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center.