Managing Cancer: The African American's Guide to Prevention, Diagnosis and Treatment

George Rawls, Author, Frank P. Lloyd, Jr., Joint Author, Herbert Stern, With
George Rawls, Author, Frank P. Lloyd, Jr., Joint Author, Herbert Stern, With Hilton Publishing $16.95 (353p) ISBN 978-0-9675258-2-2
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""By 1992, the age-adjusted [cancer] mortality rates were 32 percent higher for Blacks than for all races combined,"" and cancer rates in general are higher among African Americans, assert physicians George Rawls and Frank Lloyd, who, with Herbert Stern, present Managing Cancer: The African American's Guide to Prevention, Diagnosis and Treatment. Attributing the increased rate of cancer among blacks primarily to poverty, the authors entreat readers to take charge of their own health. They offer dietary and other preventative measures, and cover the specifics of diagnosis and of treatments, including holistic ""Living with Cancer"" information. ( May 15)
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