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Hematologic malignancies were the first human cancers to be studied in depth at the molecular level, and recent years have seen important advances in treatment. This comprehensive reference book covers the full range of hematologic malignancies, including all subtypes of leukemias, lymphomas, and plasma cell dyscrasias. Authored by internationally known experts, each chapter emphasizes diagnostic work-up, staging, and therapeutic approaches. Up-to-date hematopathology, treatment, and outcomes data are presented in a way which is directly applicable to patient care. Highly illustrated with color images, graphs, flowcharts and treatment algorithms, the book is perfect for quick clinical reference as well as providing detailed reference lists for further study. With its authoritative and practical focus and visually stimulating presentation, this is a key text for hematology and oncology fellows, physicians, oncology nurses, physician assistants and other healthcare workers in the field of oncology.
Strategies and advice on how to make your third act your best 12 Strategies and an Action Plan for each to motivate and inspire. It's not a time to give up...but rather get started (now ). One strategy per month..don't delay.
Written by authors from the world's most prominent cancer centers, Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia supplies a comprehensive, up-to-date picture of CLL and how to better treat patients inflicted with the disease. New information on developments in the molecular pathogenesis of this disease impacts how physicians approach and treat patients with CLL. The various predisposing factors for the disease are addressed along with current and future treatment modalities and recommended standards of care. Key features include: introduction by Kanti Rai, MD who developed the Rai Classification and Staging system used in CLL diagnosis CLL in relationship to gene expression profiling and molecular abnormalities familial clustering and gene predisposition targeted therapy trials clinical patient management based upon stage and progression of disease
When it comes to feeding your family, you want meals that are tasty, nutritious, and easy to prepare. But choosing healthier food options can be a challenge, especially with a special diet, since most store-bought gluten-free and meat-free foods are low in protein and high in simple carbs and sugars. Now, gourmet cook and healthy-eating coach Susan O'Brien has developed easy dishes the whole family can enjoy: 150 breakfasts, soups, salads, entrees, sides, snacks, and desserts made with complex-carb, high-protein ingredients for well-balanced nutrition. Recipes include:Delightful Teff WafflesProtein Breakfast BarsButternut Squash BreadJicama and Fruit SlawSloppy JunesTeriyaki Tofu FajitasEasy Spaghetti CasseroleStuffed Green Bell PeppersCinnamon Buckwheat Crepes with Raspberry SauceBest-Ever Orange Oatmeal CookiesSpicy Black Bean DipParmesan Kale ChipsYou'll also find quick-and-easy meals and simple recipes for homemade staples like nondairy milks, nut butters, and even Mock Parmesan cheese. With allergy-friendly and vegan options and kid-approved favourites, The gluten-free Vegetarian Family Cookbook will help you satisfy your family's tastebuds and support their wellness.
Leaving God for God is a study of five generations of Catholic Sisters in Britain from 1847 to 2017 and of their wide-ranging ministries to people in poverty. As members of the Company of Daughters of Charity of St Vincent de Paul - co-founded by St Vincent de Paul and St Louise de Marillac in seventeenth-century France - the Daughters of Charity belong to the largest transnational institute in the Catholic Church. This comprehensive history, written by Susan O'Brien with full access to the Daughters of Charity's archives in London and Paris, assesses how far the Sisters have lived out their undertaking to serve the most marginalised in society. Other themes explored in the book include the nature of the Daughters' community culture, the development of Marian devotional life in Britain, lay and religious status in the Church's mission at home and overseas, and the interplay of national identities in Catholic Britain. The history of Catholicism in England and Scotland is seen in fresh perspective through the lens of this singular transnational community of women. Their history, it is argued, challenges both the mainstream narrative about the nature of philanthropy and charity in Britain and the Church's narrative about Catholic Sisters in the twentieth century. The book is fully referenced and indexed and includes 64 pages of full-colour visual essays on selected aspects of the Daughters of Charity's history, and a Gazetteer providing details on every House opened and closed by the Sisters since 1847.
According to the U.S Department of Justice, more than 250,000 children are abducted each year. Most are family abductions, in which a child is taken by a family member or a person known to them. Others are non-family abductions, in which a child is taken for motives ranging from ransom to stealing a child to start a family. ""Child Abduction and Kidnapping"" explains the types of kidnappings, details government and law enforcement efforts to prevent and solve them, and explores the many practices and programs, such as the AMBER Alert, now in place to help protect children.The chapters include: The AMBER Alert: Communities on the Case; Family Abduction: Surprising Suspects; Infant Abduction: The Youngest Victims; The Internet: Protection through Privacy; and, Supportive Organizations: Experts on Call.The cases covered include: Amber Hagerman; Megan Kanka; Charles Lindbergh Jr.;Etan Patz; Charles and Walter Ross; Elizabeth Smart; Laura Smither; Adam Walsh.
With at least 30 percent of Americans suffering from gluten sensitivity and the huge interest in vegan and vegetarian lifestyles, the demand for hearty recipes that are free from wheat, gluten, meat, and dairy products has never been greater. Susan O'Brien is back with the sequel to her popular Gluten-Free Vegan--this time featuring quick and easy versions of everyone's favorite comfort food recipes complemented by helpful tips to make your dishes fantastic. Recipes include Pumpkin and Pecan Waffles with Pumpkin Maple Butter, "Mac and Cheese," Stuffed Bell Peppers, Baked Bean Casserole, Molasses Cookies, Key Lime Pie, and Berry Rice Pudding.
Ideal cookbook for many health conditions: The Gluten-Free Vegan is a groundbreaking cookbook, combining both special diets for healthier, allergy-free eating. Millions of Americans have health conditions like celiac disease, fibromyalgia, or food allergies that require a gluten- and/or dairy-restricted diet. In addition, going vegetarian/vegan is fast becoming mainstream, and many vegans are also looking to cut gluten from their diet. The Gluten-Free Vegan offers solutions for anyone seeking a tasty approach to healthier eating. Quick, easy, and delicious recipes: Written by a food-allergy sufferer and gourmet cook, this collection includes more than 150 healthy recipes for a wide range of dishes that are both gluten-free and vegan. The cookbook also includes guidelines of each dietary restriction, information on sugars, raw foods and organic foods, advice on ingredient preparation, quick-cooking tips, and resources for easily finding ingredients.
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