A collection of inspiring personal stories written by women who have had to overcome significant personal challenges, including illness, childhood abuse, infertility and racism. The book features a personal story written by a woman diagnosed with breast cancer.

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'Dying for a chat – the communication breakdown between doctors and patients'. Ranjana Srivastava. 'In a frank and clear-eyed assessment of an unacknowledged crisis, (the author) makes an impassioned case for healthcare training to incorporate effective communication skills.' (excerpt from back cover)

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The true story of a Hmong child with epilepsy, her American doctors and the collision of two cultures. Winner of the National Book Circle Award for Nonfiction in the US.

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Women survivors talk about their decisions and surgeons explain the medical issues.

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Reflecting the combined wisdom of more than twenty leading medical experts, this book includes clear explanations, colour graphics, lists of questions to ask your healthcare professionals, and candid testimonials by patients who have 'been there before'. [Cover]

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