Check out our new books!

In the eight years since we started bringing you the “medical facts behind the headlines,” we have published literally hundreds of stories about cancer and its effects on the lives of public figures who have chosen to share their stories with us.  There are many lessons to be learned from these celebrity cases and now we have collected them into a series of books that bring you the latest information on how to prevent cancer and to diagnose and treat the disease.  Our first two books, focusing on cancers that specifically affect women and men, have just been published and you’ll find more information about them, including excerpts on our new companion web site ReimaginingCancer.com.

Here’s a rundown on what you’ll find in our books, including links to excerpts.

Reimagining Women’s Cancers

  1. A NEW MIND-SET: Reimagining Cancer as a Manageable Chronic Illness
  2. FINDING HOPE IN A SHADOW OF FEAR: What You Need to Know About Breast Cancer
  3. THE EXCEPTION, NOT THE RULE: Hereditary Breast Cancer and the Angelina Effect
  4. BREAST CANCER SURGERY: What’s Right for You?
  5. ONCOPLASTIC SURGERY AND BREAST RECONSTRUCTION: A Very Personal Journey
  6. OVARIAN CANCER: Rewriting the Textbooks
  7. FROM IGNORANCE TO TENACITY: Learning About Uterine and Endometrial Cancers
  8. RAISING AWARENESS: Cancer of the Cervix
  9. VaIN CANCERS AND DES DAUGHTERS: Understanding Cancer of the Vagina and Vulva
  10. WHAT AM I DEALING WITH? Defining Short-Term Challenges of Treatment
  11. WHO HAVE I BECOME? Defining Long-Term Challenges of Survivorship
  12. CONVENTIONAL AND COMPLEMENTARY WISDOM: Managing the Side Effects of Cancer Treatments
  13. SAVE YOUR OWN LIFE: How to Prevent Cancer or Catch It Early
  14. EMBRACING THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY: Changing Definitions and the Future of Cancer

Reimagining Men’s Cancers

  1. A NEW MIND-SET: Reimagining Cancer as a Manageable Chronic Illness
  2. SILENT KILLER OR MANAGEABLE  ILLNESS? What Your Need to Know About Prostate Cancer
  3. CANCER, DNA AND GENES:  It’s a Family Affair
  4. TESTICULAR CANCER: A Modern Success Story in Oncology
  5. STRANGE BUT TRUE: Breast Cancer in Men
  6. WHAT NO MAN WANTS TO SAY OUT LOUD: Cancer of the Penis – PeIN and Prevention
  7. WHAT AM I DEALING WITH? Defining Short-Term Challenges of Treatment
  8. WHO HAVE I BECOME? Defining Long-Term Challenges of Survivorship
  9. CONVENTIONAL AND COMPLEMENTARY WISDOM: Managing the Side Effects of Cancer Treatments
  10. SAVE YOUR OWN LIFE: How to Prevent Cancer or Catch It Early
  11. EMBRACING THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY: Changing Definitions and the Future of Cancer

Links to interviews with the authors:

The Eileen Williams’ Show

The Michelle Esswein Show

I’m sold. Where can I get my books?

At Amazon:

Women’s http://amzn.to/2cLCF1t

Men’s http://amzn.to/2cpGz0X

At Barnes and Noble:

Women’s http://amzn.to/2ckAVyN

Men’s http://bit.ly/2cLD1oO

At Books-A-Million:

Women http://bit.ly/2ckCfBQ

Men http://bit.ly/2ckB713

or at your favorite bookseller.

Michele R. Berman, M.D. was Clinical Director of The Pediatric Center, a private practice on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. from 1988-2000, and was named Outstanding Washington Physician by Washingtonian Magazine in 1999. She was a medical internet pioneer having established one of the first medical practice websites in 1997. Dr. Berman also authored a monthly column for Washington Parent Magazine.

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