CUTTER, M. A. G.,
Thinking Through Breast Cancer. A Philosophical Exploration of Diagnosis, Treatment, and Survival.
Oxford University Press, 2018. 248p. Hardback. In Thinking Through Breast Cancer, Mary Ann Cutter gives readers a systematic, wide-ranging, and well-written analysis of a disease affecting many people around the globe. The analysis is strengthened by Cutter's multiple perspectives on the condition - she is a philosopher of medicine, a bioethicist, and a woman diagnosed and treated for breast cancer. Anyone with a scholarly, clinical, or personal interest in cancer will find valuable insights in this volume. Rebecca Dresser, author of Malignant (OUP) and Daniel Noyes Kirby, Professor of Law and Professor of Ethics in Medicine at Washington University in St. Louis (Publisher's information).