This Fall, Addicus Books will release a third edition of Colon and Rectal Cancer—from Diagnosis to Treatment. In addition to covering how the disease develops and how it is diagnosed, the book covers the latest on treatment, including surgery, radiation, chemotherapy, targeted therapy, and immunotherapy. The authors are Paul Ruggieri, M.D., surgeon in private practice in southeastern Massachusetts, and Arti A. Lakhani, M.D.; she is board certified in the fields of internal medicine, hematology, and oncology, and currently works in the Chicago area.
A new edition of Coronary Heart Disease—from Diagnosis to Treatment will be released late this Fall. The new title discusses how heart disease develops, risk factors, and symptoms. It also covers treatment, ranging from medication and life style changes to stent placement and by-pass surgery. The author, cardiologist Barry Cohen, M.D., is medical director of the Cardiac Catheterization Laboratory at the Gagnon Heart Hospital of Morristown, New Jersey.
The third edition of Prostate Cancer—from Diagnosis to Treatment is now available.
The book discusses how prostate cancer is diagnosed along with the forms of treatment available—surgery, radiation therapy, and chemotherapy. The author is San Antonio urologist, Arthur Centeno, M.D.
The third edition of Colon Cancer—from Diagnosis to Treatment will roll of the presses this Fall. The authors are surgeon, Paul Ruggieri, M.D. and Medical Oncologist Arti Lakhani.
Dr. Ruggieri is a fellow in the American College of Surgeons and is a member of the Society of American Gastrointestinal Endoscopic Surgeons. He is in private practice in southeast Massachusetts. Dr. Lakhani is board certified in the fields of internal medicine, hematology, and oncology, and currently works in the Chicagoland area.
This fall Addicus Books will publish the sixth edition of Straight Talk about Breast Cancer. The lead authors are Suzanne Braddock, M.D. Dr. Braddock, a twenty-five year breast cancer survivor, and Margaret Block, M.D., a medical oncologist in Omaha.
Evil Harvest, the True Story of Cult Murder in the American Heartland, is still selling twenty-six years after it was first published. The true crime work, by Rod Colvin, was first published by Bantam Books as a mass-market paperback in 1992. Addicus Books published the book as a trade paperback in 1997. Author Rod Colvin said, “I am pleased that this book still sells as a paperback and as an e-book. It is especially popular in the Midwest, where the story took place.”
Chicago-area Medical Oncologist Arti Lakhani, M.D., has signed as co-author for the forthcoming third edition of Colon and Rectal Cancer—from Diagnosis to Treatment. Dr. Lakhani specializes in oncology and hematology. She will co-author the book with Paul Ruggieri, M.D., a surgeon in southeastern Massachusetts. Radiation oncologist Carol Kornmehl, M.D., of Cherry Hill, New Jersey, is a contributor to the section on radiation treatment. This book is a Fall 2018 release.
Another book in the Addicus divorce series if off the press. Divorce in Pennsylvania—The Legal Process, Your Rights, and What to Expect is now available. The author, Karen Ulmer Pendergast, Esq., practices family law in Langhorne, Pennsylvania.
The Addicus title, Elder Care Made Easier, is cited as resource in an article, “How to Decide Where Mom and Dad Should Live” in The San Diego Union Tribune. The author, Marion Somers, Ph.D., encourages adult children to consider such things as costs, and parents’ needs including level of care and services needed. To view the article’s list of family considerations, click here.
Addicus Books Publisher Rod Colvin is featured in a recent issue of the Independent, a publication of the Independent Book Publishers Association. In the article, Colvin talks about the importance of crafting newsworthy angles and strategically pitching stories that focus less on the book and more on the content journalists seek. He cites how Addicus author, Steven Peskind, author of Divorce in Illinois, was invited to appear on a Sunday morning show on WGN TV in Chicago, one of the largest TV markets in the nation. To read the article, click here.