I. Books

  1. Harpham, Wendy Schlessel, M.D. Diagnosis Cancer: Your Guide Through the First Few Months, New York, W.W. Norton, 1992.
  2. Robinson, Rebecca Y., M.D., and Petrek, Jeanne A., M.D. A Step-by-Step Guide to Dealing with Your Breast Cancer, New York, Birch Lane Press, 1994.
  3. Wadler, Joyce. My Breast: One Woman's Cancer Story, Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley, 1992.
  4. Murcia, Andrew and Stewart, Robert. Man to Man: When the Woman You Love Has Breast Cancer, New York, St. Martin's Press, 1990.

II. Tulanet

Nothing specifically on breast cancer listed in OPAC, s=breast cancer, but general info. on cancer under s=cancer.

DNEW s=breast cancer yields many sources (including many scientific journals). Some examples:
  1. Kaiser, Jocelyn. "Activists Target Breast Cancer Bureaucracy" Science v. 274, Nov.1, 1996, p. 709.
  2. Bebb, Gwyn; Glickman, Barry; Gelmon, Karen. "'At Risk' For Breast Cancer" Lancet v. 349, June 21, 1997, p.17.
DOLD s=breast cancer. Examples:
  1. Fisher, Bernard; Wickersham, D. Lawrence. "Answers to Questions About Breast Cancer", American Family Physician, v. 33, April 1986, p. 214-22.
  2. Sattin, Richard W.; Rubin, George L.; Webster, Linda A. "Family History and the Risk of Breast Cancer" JAMA, v. 253, April 5, 1985, p. 1908-13.

III. Internet Search

Yahoo, "breast cancer", 215 site matches. Examples:

  1. "National Alliance of Breast Cancer Organizations (NABCO)"
  2. "Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation"
Alta Vista, "breast+cancer" 1, 861,333 document matches. Examples:
  1. "Yahoo! Chiron launches breast cancer test in the U.S."
  2. "AIB1 Gene Implicated in Breast Cancer"

IV. Vertical Files (Small Journals and Newsletters)

1. "Breast Cancer Fund"

V. Artwork

1. Susan King website

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