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Understanding Mesothelioma By Hillary Marek
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the complete works on the subject of Mesothelioma
Dealing With Mesothelioma Cancer By Deedee Moore
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"Dealing With Mesothelioma Cancer" give you the information you need to be prepared. It understands your fears and provides you with answers to those most burning questions. It will help to... More > fight Mesothelioma cancer and win.< Less
Meso Warrior By Mavis Nye
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A woman contracts mesothelioma (an incurable form of lung cancer). She decides to fight the disease with grit, determination, and a wicked sense of humour.
Workplace Rebel: A Voice for the Working People By Chuck Hansen
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Workplace Rebel is the autobiography of a working warrior who gave both barrels everyday, no matter whether he was loading frozen pork bellies on the docks, cutting quarters of beef in a meat-packing... More > plant, or working with dangerous inmates in a maximum security prison in Alaska. He often stood in his own way because of alcoholism (which he overcame by age 24) and hair-trigger temper, behaviors he’s developed to dull the pain of an abusive childhood. But with the help of God, his dear family, and many friends, he overcame all adversity — except the mesothelioma he contracted from unloading asbestos on the piers. Too bad no one warned him that inhaling asbestos dust could be life threatening. But the book is not about his cancer. It’s an inspirational message for anyone struggling with external and internal foes, whether it’s abusive bosses, addictions of any kind, suicidal tendencies, or merely the need to act out. Perseverance pays! And life, despite great pain, also offers sweet victories.< Less
Workplace Rebel: A Voice for the Working People By Chuck Hansen
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Workplace Rebel is the autobiography of a working warrior who gave both barrels everyday, no matter whether he was loading frozen pork bellies on the docks, cutting quarters of beef in a meat-packing... More > plant, or working with dangerous inmates in a maximum security prison in Alaska. He often stood in his own way because of alcoholism (which he overcame by age 24) and hair-trigger temper, behaviors he’s developed to dull the pain of an abusive childhood. But with the help of God, his dear family, and many friends, he overcame all adversity — except the mesothelioma he contracted from unloading asbestos on the piers. Too bad no one warned him that inhaling asbestos dust could be life threatening. But the book is not about his cancer. It’s an inspirational message for anyone struggling with external and internal foes, whether it’s abusive bosses, addictions of any kind, suicidal tendencies, or merely the need to act out. Perseverance pays! And life, despite great pain, also offers sweet victories.< Less
Medical English Resources: Health Issues By Virginia Allum
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Unit 1: Spray-on skin for leg ulcers Unit 2: The fight against Superbugs Unit 3: Body Dysmorphic Syndrome Unit 4: Rabies Unit 5: Malaria Unit 6: Crystal Methamphetamine Unit 7:... More > Mesothelioma Unit 8: Tanning addiction< Less
Keep the Sea on the Right - Walking the South West Coast Path in Winter By Kathryn Hough
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When Kathryn planned to walk the South West Coast Path, little did she think that she would pass through a "major disaster area" and then spend two days walking through deep snow. However... More > these were but two of the many challenges she faced on this expedition. Unexpectedly, her journey was made during the terminal illness and death of her father. The walk caught his imagination and she weaves her thoughts about her adventure in with her father's final journey. This culminated in his death the day following her completion of the circuit of his birthplace in Portland. The book is dedicated to her father and also to a colleague who died prematurely with mesothelioma the year before her walk. She is donating any profits from sale of the book equally to Dorothy House and to Exeter Hospiscare.< Less