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    Another great cookbook is The Cancer-Fighting Kitchen--Nourishing, Big-Flavor Recipes for Cancer Treatment and Recovery by Rebecca Katz. It was given to me as a gift & it's great. Lots of nice photos of what dishes should look like and an intro of side effects & what to eat for them.

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    Another great cookbook is The Cancer-Fighting Kitchen--Nourishing, Big-Flavor Recipes for Cancer Treatment and Recovery by Rebecca Katz. It was given to me as a gift & it's great. Lots of nice photos of what dishes should look like and an intro of side effects & what to eat for them.

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    Another great cookbook is The Cancer-Fighting Kitchen--Nourishing, Big-Flavor Recipes for Cancer Treatment and Recovery by Rebecca Katz. It was given to me as a gift & it's great. Lots of nice photos of what dishes should look like and an intro of side effects & what to eat for them.

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    My ex-bro-in-law had stage 4 colon cancer w/liver tumors that were all on one side of the liver, so the first thing they did was resection the liver to get rid of those tumors. Then they removed the colon tumor & many lymph nodes, followed by chemotherapy. My liver tumors are all over the liver so am getting chemo first to reduce/shrink/eliminate as much as possible before doing surgery. He feels I should be getting surgery sooner as he is a 9 year survivor, & was originally given 6 mos to live. Is anyone else out there getting surgery first with tumors all over the liver?