Not the Last Goodbye (inbunden)
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Not the Last Goodbye

Reflections on life, death, healing and cancer

Inbunden,  Engelska, 2011-11-18
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This is the story of an award-winning psychiatrist and neuroscientist who was diagnosed with a brain tumour by his own MRI machine at the age of thirty. It is the story of a doctor turned patient who, after overcoming cancer against the odds, started a twenty-year crusade to inform people about the disease and inspire them to take responsibility for their health. It is the story of a husband and father who is told that the cancer has returned, and that he only has a short time left. This is a story about dying. But most of all, it is a story about living. 'A staggering manual for living' Paris Match 'Each word rings true, each memory lingers, each detail of his life, now in limbo, brings us closer to the human condition. This book is a gift' Elle
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"In the last months of his life, Dr. David Servan-Schreiber gives us a rare glimpse at the universal experience of dying and reveals lessons on a good life and a good death. This book enriches our lives and provides comfort for those near the end of life and those who care for them. Dr. Servan-Schreiber encourages us to seek 'calm' and be mindful of ourselves and the world around us. In this way, we will be healthier and so will the planet."-- Lorenzo Cohen, PhD, Professor and Director of the Integrative Medicine Program at the MD Anderson Cancer Center

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David Servan-Schreiber, MD, PhD, was Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine and co-founder of the Center for Integrative Medicine. His first book, Healing Without Freud or Prozac was an international bestseller, and his second book, Anticancer, was a number one international bestseller. Following a year-long battle with a relapse of brain cancer, David Servan-Schreiber passed away in July 2011.