4 edition of Damocles syndrome found in the catalog.
Gerald P. Koocher
|Statement||Gerald P. Koocher and John E. O"Malley.|
|Contributions||O"Malley, John E., joint author.|
|LC Classifications||RC281.C4 K64|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xx, 219 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||219|
|LC Control Number||80022462|
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The damocles syndrome by Gerald P. & John E. O'Malley Koocher ‧ RELEASE DATE: An important, original study of what happens to children who survive cancer--physically, emotionally, psychologically--with a view to making their treatment responsive to their needs. The Damocles syndrome: Psychosocial consequences of surviving childhood cancer [Koocher, Gerald P] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
The Damocles syndrome: Psychosocial consequences of surviving childhood cancerCited by: Full text Full Damocles syndrome book is available as a scanned copy of the original print version. Damocles syndrome book Get a printable copy (PDF file) of the complete article (K), or click on a page image below to browse page by : Roy Howarth.
This uncertainty for the child and family is likened to the Damocles syndrome book of Damocles from the story told by Cicero. In this clearly written book, Drs Koocher and O'Malley relate the results of a study begun in The study was designed to assess the nature and incidence of psychosocial consequences among childhood cancer survivors and their by: 1.
Registered users can save articles, searches, and manage email alerts. All registration fields are required. The Damocles syndrome by Gerald P. Koocher; 1 edition; First published in ; Subjects: Cancer in children, In infancy and childhood, Neoplasms, Psychological aspects, Psychological aspects of Cancer in children, Psychology, Social aspects, Social aspects of Cancer in children, Infant, Tumeurs chez l'enfant, Aspect social, Aspect psychologique, Child.
Damocles Syndrome. 1/1. Damocles Syndrome is the name sometimes given to the fear that cancer will return. The name comes from the fact that fear of recurrence can feel as if the sword of Damocles hangs over your head, suspended by a thin thread.
According to Wikipedia. Inresearchers named Gerald P. Koocher, PhD, and John D. O'Malley, MD, authored a book called The Damocles Syndrome in which they described the long-term, persistent fear that survivors of childhood cancer feel, ever wondering when their cancer might return and kill them.5/5(4).
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Damocles syndrome. New York: McGraw-Hill, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book. Damocles synonyms, Damocles pronunciation, Damocles translation, English dictionary definition of Damocles.
fourth century bc. Greek courtier to Dionysius the Elder, tyrant of Syracuse, who according to legend was forced to sit at a banquet table under a sword. The way Cicero tells it, Damocles was the name of a sycophant (adsentator in Latin), one of the several yes-men in the court of Dionysius, a 4th century BC ius ruled Syracuse, a city in Magna Graecia, the Greek area of southern his subjects, Dionysius appeared to be very rich and comfortable, with all the luxuries money could buy, tasteful clothing and jewelry, and access.
New government statistics show that there are nearly 12 million cancer survivors in Damocles syndrome book United States. In many ways this is terrific news, and a testament to improved diagnosis and treatment options.
But there's a flip side to surviving cancer, and many survivors are never totally "free" of the disease. The ongoing psychological and emotional issues can be almost as much a challenge as.
A major obstacle in kidney transplantation for primary focal segmental glomerulosclerosis (FSGS) is the risk of disease recurrence. Recurrent FSGS affects up to 60% of first kidney grafts and exceeds 80% in patients who have lost their first graft due to recurrent by: 2. It was like the sword was constantly hanging over their head, and they never knew if, or when, it would fall upon them.
He published a book on the subject, as well. I'm sure that this Syndrome ties into our astrological Damocles in some way, and it would be a worthwhile project to study Damocles in such cancer survivors.
Diocles, (born 4th century bc), philosopher and pioneer in medicine, among Greek physicians second only to Hippocrates in reputation and ability, according to tradition.
A resident of Athens, Diocles was the first to write medical treatises in Attic Greek rather than in the Ionic Greek customarily used for such writings; only fragments of his writings survive. LIVING WITH THE DAMOCLES SYNDROME.
Children with cancer have a much better chance leaves their families with greater uncertainty. EVERY day in Britain a familiar scene takes place in a rather clean room scattered with toys.
A young child, with bared arms or legs, sits on his mother's knee looking with interest at a very friendly stranger. Book Reviewed in this article: Resistances and Interventions: The Nature of Therapeutic Work.
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Sword of Damocles: A Framework to Identify the Causes of and Preventive Measures for Leader Misconduct; Maj. Peyton C. Hurley, U.S. Army; The author discusses the causes and nature of ethical violations in the U.S.
Army. He goes on to propose a significant change to the approach the Army uses to preempt violations and police ethical behavior, including development of the equivalent of an.
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Trevor worked in many genres, but is principally remembered for his adventure story The Flight of the Phoenix, written as Elleston Trevor, and for a series of Cold War thrillers featuring. Inresearchers named Gerald P. Koocher, PhD, and John D. O’Malley, MD, authored a book called TheDamocles’ Syndrome in which they described the long-term, persistent fear that survivors of childhood cancer feel, ever wondering when their cancer might return and kill them.
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Fragile-Robust-Antifragile as Damocles-Phoenix-Hydra. Domain dependence. CHAPTER 2. Where we find overcompensation. Obsessive love is the most antifragile thing outside of economics. CHAPTER 3. The difference between the File Size: 7MB.
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McGraw-Hill. How to pronounce Damocles. How to say Damocles. Listen to the audio pronunciation in the Cambridge English Dictionary. Learn more. CHILDHOOD CANCER: HOW IT AFFECTS FAMILIES.
By Judy Klemesrud. described this uncertainty as ''the Damocles syndrome.'' He is the co-author of a book of the same name, based on studies of.
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All dates are backtracked from the confirmed date of the nuclear apocalypse, stated to have been in This is used as Ark Year 1 (year zero doesn. The Sword of Damocles. While Damocles was enjoying his new life of riches and power, Dionysius II had his servants take a big, sharp sword and hang it right over Damocles' head.
The Sword of Damocles is the cautionary tale of Dionysius, the tyrant of Syracuse, who demonstrates to Damocles, an admirer and lackey at his court.
The sword of Damocles is a famous myth from ancient Greece. See if you understand the events and meaning of this story using this printable.
a/the sword of Damocles hangs over (one) One is faced with imminent danger or trouble. In Greek mythology, the courtier Damocles was forced to sit beneath a sword suspended by a single hair to emphasize the instability of a king's fortunes.
I know how irritable and unpredictable the boss can be, so I feel like the sword of Damocles hangs over me. Koocher GP, O'Malley JE. The Damocles syndrome: Psychosocial consequences of surviving childhood cancer.
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Two centuries ago, the Imperium of Man and the upstart Tau Empire fought to a standstill in the Damocles Gulf. Now, as the 41st millennium draws to a close, the tau have returned. As the world of Agrellan falls under attack, the White Scars and Raven Guard rush to its defence, but with the skilled Commander Shadowsun leading the alien forces.
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