Me diagnosticaron con cáncer. Y Ahora, ¿Qué hago?


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Introducción- Minuto 0:00
El cáncer no es sinónimo de muerte- Minuto 3:53
No Tengas Miedo, Solo ten Fe- Minuto 6:26
Impacto del Cáncer a Nivel Mundial- Minuto 10:26
¿Qué es cáncer? – Minuto 17:53
¿Que causa cáncer? – Minuto 23:57
Preguntas a su oncólogo acerca de cáncer- Minuto 39:32
Estrés crónico como causa de cáncer- Minuto 42:56
Preguntas a su oncólogo acerca del tratamiento- Minuto 48:30
Preguntas a su oncólogo acerca de la sobre-vivencia- Minuto 53:40
Preguntas a su oncólogo acerca de la quimioterapia- Minuto 55:13
Otras preguntas a su oncólogo- Minuto 56:27
¿Qué puedo yo hacer para contribuir a mi sanidad? – Minuto 57:41
Referencias Bibliográficas- Minuto 1:15:06
Preguntas y comentarios- Minuto 1:15:11

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