A deadly disease. You may think you can’t get it. But it can happen to anybody. How to cope?
In September 2000, one week before turning 32, Hazel Flynt, a specialist in the study of patient-centred care, crashed into a wall she couldn’t have imagined was in front of her. The mother of a toddler daughter and an infant son was diagnosed with breast cancer. "I thought people had to be in their 50s to get cancer," the Amsterdam resident says. "And then it happened to me.” Flynt was… Continue
Added by Peter Hofland, PhD on November 28, 2005 at 8:00pm —