from addresses, phone numbers, and costs, to treatment methods—is provided. Also included are educational centers, information services, and support programs. For each listing, the author has gathered all the information necessary to make that all-important initial contact. To further help, the book includes a glossary of terms, a regional breakdown of centers, and a list of readings.
John M. Fink became interested in alternative care when he lost his young daughter to cancer. Since then, he has been a board member of both the International Association of Cancer Victors and Friends, and the National Health Federation.