If you know which buttons to press however, and how to play the system to your own advantage, you will get the best care available.
‘How to Beat Cancer' is a new type of health book designed for the 21st century. Written by Karol Sikora, one of the world’s leading cancer specialists, it is a sharp, incisive guide to how you can play the system so that it works for you.
Easy-to-read and accessible, it will ensure that everyone is empowered with the same information as the experts – and have the insider knowledge to make sure they get the best treatment from their physician and the health system.
Karol Sikora is Medical Director of Cancer Partners UK, an independent sector organisation creating the largest UK cancer network as a series of joint ventures with Britain’s NHS. Sikora is Professor of Cancer Medicine and honorary Consultant Oncologist at Hammersmith Hospital, London, where he continues to run an NHS clinic. He was seconded to be Director of the WHO Cancer Programme for two years. He additionally chairs the Scientific Advisory Board of Source Bioscience PLC, Britain’s leading cancer diagnostic company. Sikora has also been appointed Dean at the University of Buckingham, Britain’s first independent Medical School. He has taken part in many TV and radio programmes and written widely in the press on cancer topics. Sikhora has written over 300 papers and edited or jointly written over 20 books including Treatment of Cancer, Britain’s leading postgraduate textbook, now going to its 6th edition.
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