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    • Toni Bernay interview

    • Cancer - Popular works
    • Toni Bernay discusses her book, “When It’s Cancer.” She begins by explaining how important it is for the cancer patient and their loved ones to focus on being proactive. She emphasizes that there are so many options presented to the cancer patient...
    • Charles Garfield interview, 1995 September

    • Shanti Project (San Francisco, Calif.); AIDS (Disease) - Patients - Care - California - San Francisco
    • Charles begins the interview talking about how he became involved with social care networks for terminally or seriously ill people. For the majority of the interview, Charles discusses different stories from his book that highlight the important...
    • Frederick Busch interview, 2003

    • Psychotherapist and patient - Fiction; Missing persons - Fiction; Married people - Fiction; Psychologists - Fiction; Adultery - Fiction; Brothers - Fiction; Refugees - Fiction; Upper West Side (New York, N.Y.) - Fiction; Lake District (England) -...
    • Frederick Busch discusses his novel, “A Memory of War.” He begins by explaining that his book takes a look at the generations of family members in the post World War II era. He talks about his main character who is a successful psychoanalyst who...
    • Stephani Cook interview

    • Cook, Stephani, 1944-; Cancer - Patients - New York (State) - Biography
    • During the first interview segment, Stephani discusses her personal experience with malpractice and allowing other people to control her life and especially her body. Stephani levels a number of criticisms against the medical field and especially...
    • Mark Victor Hansen interview, 1997

    • Parables; Spiritual life - Anecdotes; Christian life; Christian life - Anecdotes
    • Mark Victor Hansen discusses his national bestseller, “Chicken Soup For the Christian Soul.” He begins the interview by talking about specific stories from the book and tells one about the creation of the Peanuts cartoon by Charles Schulz. He...
    • Joanne Koenig Coste interview, 2003

    • Alzheimer’s disease - Patients - Care - Popular works; Alzheimer’s disease - Patients - Rehabilitation - Popular works
    • Joanne Koenig Coste discusses her book, “Learning to Speak Alzheimer’s.” She begins by explaining that her husband got Alzheimer’s disease in his 40s. She talks about how the disease is usually hereditary. She describes the various symptoms and...
    • Judi Hollis interview, 1986

    • Eating disorders; Codependency; Obesity - Psychological aspects
    • Dr. Judi Hollis discusses her book, ‘Fat Is a Family Affair.” She begins by explaining that her book looks at the emotional problems associated with weight loss, and does not focus on a specific diet. She talks about the connection between...
    • Richard N. Podell interview

    • Medical errors
    • Richard N. Podell discusses his book, “When Your Doctor Doesn’t Know Best: Medical Mistakes that Even the Best Doctors Make - And How to Protect Yourself.” He begins by explaining that it is the patient’s responsibility to ask the doctor the right...
    • Bruce Dobkin interview, 1986 October

    • Neurology - Popular works; Neurology - Case studies; Brain - popular works
    • Dr. Bruce Dobkin discusses his book, “Brain Matters.” He begins by explaining that he is a neurologist, and the book chronicles the journeys of his patients. He describes the warning signals of a stroke, and that they should not be ignored. He...
    • Charles Babbush interview, 2005 April 04

    • Dental implants - Popular works
    • Dr. Charles Babbush discusses his book; “As Good as New: A Consumer's Guide to Dental Implants.” He begins by explaining that dental implants are metal posts placed in the mouth that serve as substitutes for natural tooth roots. He goes on to trace...
    • Gerald Gardner interview, 2007

    • Older people - United States - Biography; Biography - 20th century; Celebrities - United States - Biography; Entertainers - United States - Biography; United States - Biography
    • Gerald Gardner discusses his book, “80: From Ben Bradlee to Lena Horne to Carl Reiner, Our Most Famous Eighty Year Olds Reveal Why They Never Felt So Young.” He begins by explaining that the book is a compilation of famous people who are in their...
    • Jan Goldstein interview, 2004

    • Young women - Fiction; Grandmothers - Fiction; Despair - Fiction
    • Jan Goldstein discusses his novel, “All That Matters.” He begins by explaining that his book is about a young woman who is depressed and builds a relationship with her grandmother. He talks about the struggles his characters go through and how...
    • Dorothy Leeds interview, 2001

    • Interpersonal communication; Questioning
    • Dorothy Leeds discusses her book, “The 7 Powers of Questions.” She begins by breaking her book down into 3 parts: the psychology of how to phrase questions, the psychology of how people answer questions, and how questions can bring a family closer...
    • James Rudin interview, 1989 January

    • Jaffe, Hirshel - Health; Rabbis - New York (State) - Newburgh - Biography; Leukemia - Patients - Biography
    • James Rudin begins the interview discussing how the power of faith and friendship helped his friend, rabbi Hirshel Jaffe, overcome cancer and a crisis of faith. James delves into a number of different topics during the interview, ranging from a...

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