Healing : when a nurse becomes a patient
by Brown, Theresa (Author)
"When a cancer nurse becomes a cancer patient, she has to confront the most critical, terrified, sometimes furious patient she's ever encountered: herself. A frank look at struggling with illness while navigating the health care maze."-- Full description
- Who am I?. Day one ; Rage ; Bob & Wendy ; First you cry ; Storytelling ; An ideal patient ; What we talk about when we talk about amputation ; My radiologist ; Reason not the need ; Revelations ; I lost you
- Nurse Brown, MIA. Balance ; Bedside manner ; Not on the list ; Theresa in cancerland, part I ; Theresa in cancerland, part II ; Nature/nurture ; Chemo: yes or no ; RadOnc ; Slow burn ; Pickles ; A friend in need ; Spatchcock
- Out of the frying pan. Tam ; Tam, continued ; Tam, conclusion ; On the side ; Figures of speech
- The long haul. Pronouncememt ; Survivor ; A body in motion ; Just a few breast cancer patients sitting around talking ; Back to work ; Turtles ; One-year mammogram ; Moving ; Sue Larson ; Two afternoons in hospice ; The new road ; Epilogue.