Critical Care Key After Complex Surgery
Dick Clowe’s cancer journey reads similar to a fairy tale: Like Rip Van Winkle, he had a long sleep; like Sleeping Beauty, he was awakened with a kiss.
After surgery to address the effects of thymus cancer, an extremely rare type of cancer that is frequently fatal, Clowe spent more than two months in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) at MD Anderson — most of that time in a medically induced coma.
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- Therapy Is a Laughing Matter
- Music Therapy Inspires Cancer Patients
- Pilates Strengthens the Body
- Cancer Patients Have Fun with NIA
- Kundalini Yoga ‘Awakens’ Cancer Patients
- Hatha Yoga Focuses on Postures, Breathing
- Qigong Slowly Calms Cancer Patients
- Tai Chi Good for Cancer Patients
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In the January 2009 Issue
- Critical Care Key After Complex Surgery
- Q&A: Critical Care for Cancer Patients
- Cancer Patients Should Report Eye Problems
- Diet, Exercise Program Benefits Older Survivors
- Gene Changes Risk of Esophageal Cancer
- Cell Receptor Is Absent in Colorectal Cancer
- Women in Medicine Share Success Stories
- Do You Get Enough Vitamin D?