"(Dr. Evans) challenges . . . surgical tenets that were once etched in stone." American Journal of Surgery
"He does a good job, both in the book and in person, explaining [his message]." Houston Chronicle
"This book is excellent. It informs a populace about cancer in general and alternatives to radical and disfiguring surgery in particular. . . . (It) challenges . . . surgical tenets that were once etched in stone." Pat Alagia, M.D.
"I applaud Dr. Evans on his interest and research in the this exciting field. In gynecologic oncology this can be especially important." Lisa Bazzett, M.D. Ochsner Clinic, New Orleans
"In recent years, such treatments as radical mastectomy have come under fire for inflicting more psychological harm than the physical benefits warrant. Evans� guide offers help to cancer patients in making informed choices among treatment options when surgery is indicated. Evans presents arguments for and against surgical options clearly . . . literate and with excellent index, informative glossary and extensive notes, it is a marvelous resource." Booklist More
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