I do not mean to say that you inactive in which cancer appears , how frequently
do we find it occurring will always find that a ... get it dispersed anywhere and
there is anything here , peculiar to the whole constitution of the patient ,
Author: New South Wales. Parliament. Legislative CouncilPublish On: 1896
And cancer ? No ; I think we could accommodate the cancer patients . 601. As a
rule , is not the class of people with whom you have to deal at ... I should say 600
. ... A few people of the town object strongly to the presence of cancer patients .
Author: New South Wales. Parliament. Legislative Council
Author: American Cancer Society. Scientific SessionPublish On: 1962
Presumed authorities on these matters will do well to think twice before
adamantly advising this or that physician what to say or not say to a specific patient . Physicians as well as patients become anxious and this affects their
behavior and ...
Author: American Cancer Society. Scientific Session
Thus far, this has not led to a significant number of physical locations denoted as
hospices. There has ... Estape et al., “Cancer Diagnosis Disclosure”; Thomsen et
al., “What Do Gastroenterologists in Europe Tell Cancer Patients?”; Gordon and ...
Author: Scott Stonington
Publisher: California Public Anthropology
The Spirit Ambulance is a journey into decision-making at the end of life in Thailand, where families attempt to craft good deaths for their elders in the face of clashing ethical frameworks, from a rapidly developing universal medical system, to national and global human-rights politics, to contemporary movements in Buddhist metaphysics. Scott Stonington's gripping ethnography documents how Thai families attempt to pay back a "debt of life" to their elders through intensive medical care, followed by a medically assisted rush from the hospital to home to ensure a spiritually advantageous last breath. The result is a powerful exploration of the nature of death and the complexities arising from the globalization of biomedical expertise and ethics around the world.
As he did not get up next morning he was be sure to find at least one palsy of the
right leg if we got the looked after at mid - day . At the autopsy we found a
vascular patient up to walk . But , as I say , the patient walked absotumour ...
Teamwork: The Cancer Patient's Guide to Talking With Your Doctor. L. R. Brusky,
J. R. ... Albuquerque, N.M.: National Coalition for Cancer Survivorship, 1991. ii,
29 pp. $2. ... Why Not Say It Clearly: A Guide to Expository Writing, 2nd Edition.
Author: National Cancer Institute (U.S.)Publish On: 1944
'Perhaps I should not say simultaneous—they were coincidental in the stomach.
The stomach and ... Dr. Abels tells us we are just as likely to get hepatic
insufiiciency in patients with large-bowel cancer as we are in those with gastric cancer.
I need scarcely say I am skilled in cancer . is every prospect that the proposed
crucial test suggested nursing , and ... and not allowed to drop , I come forward in
the name special treatment and diet , cancer patients require sunshine of the ...
patient , and two other patients who had been treated by him for cancer . ... Then
Dr . Rose was asked what kind of a cancer it was , and he could not say ; Dr .
Bray pressed him further and asked him to tell us the different kinds of cancer ,
Not until you have examined the monly called cancer . ... I would say if it was not
made manifest to Now it is true this woman does not give any specific history your
finger , simply a fistula which ... In this case , patient first per vaginam with a
speculum , then the rectum with in eight years , the affected area would have
Includes the papers and/or proceedings of various surgical associations.
It is apparent that in prognosis and treatment we should discriminate between cancer of the cervix and cancer of the corpus . ... It is not such a severe operation
and the patients recover easier than those that are subjected to the abdominal
operation . ... WILLIAM R . PRYOR , closing the discussion - I wish to say a word
about curettage and removal of portions of the cervix for purposes of diagnosis .
The present report reviews earlier studies of the surgeon ' s providing of
information to cancer patients . Among ... What decides what one will and will not say to a cancer patient about the illness when discussing diagnosis and
It is my opinion, based on some years' experience, that, in addition to special
treatment and diet, cancer patients ... did not say that he would limit his
subscription to that sum, he thought that there would be no difficulty in raising the
I do not say always result, for some patients can stand so very much more than
others. ... critic in the Lancet of July 21st, 1883, says that he “cannot suppose” me
“to mean that we should refuse all food to patients with, say, cancer of the rectum.
Author: New South Wales. Parliament. Legislative CouncilPublish On: 1887
We cannot really tell the cause of many things . ... I cannot say ; I have never kept
any account of my experiments . Whenever a patient seemed to show a sign of cancer or of a malignant sore I examined a drop of his blood carefully under the ...
Author: New South Wales. Parliament. Legislative Council
and other ancient writers , denied the Accepting as admitted , that patients not
operated utility of operations for cancer . ... an equally malignant disease ; that
the condition saying , “ the greater his experience became , the more of patients ,
Cancer patients are , in his obser one time of purely local origin , when it arises
as class of diseases . ... appearance of the cancer , and are generally will say of
him in whom it had such local origin , long lived , and although it is not
From the laundry the linen had to be conveyed across a number of places not
conducive to their freshness or freedom from microbes . But let us follow the
correspondent : “ I saw the so - called camerette ( closets ) in which the cancer patients were confined . They are ... Suffice it to say that to provide ' aqua distillata
' there is but one distillatore , a century old , and absolutely insufficient for the
If cancer patients live in fear , then they will be depriving themselves of the very
joy in life that they're fearful of losing ... So I tell them , “ I know that I'll probably go
blind before I die . ... I'm not saying that cancer is not a threatening disease .