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Title My healing journey [electronic resource] : Seven years with cancer / by Joseph Viszmeg.

Published Montreal, QC : National Film Board of Canada, 1999.

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Physical description 1 online resource (45 min.).
Series Health and society in video
Notes Title from resource description page (viewed Apr. 15, 2014).
Summary In 1991, Edmonton filmmaker Joe Viszmeg was diagnosed with a rare form of adrenal cancer and told he would not live through the year. Four years later, Viszmeg completed the eloquent film In My Own Time - Diary of a Cancer Patient. In the subsequent three years, Viszmeg continued his courageous filmmaking. This new work, My Healing Journey: Seven Years with Cancer, blends segments of the first film with the extraordinary story of how, with the support of his family, he survived the roller coaster of a deadly cancer until his death in the summer of 1999. A mixture of personal journals, often humorous narration, medical interviews and moving images.
Other formats Previously released as DVD.
Reproduction Electronic reproduction. Alexandria, VA : Alexander Street Press, 2014. (Health and society in video). Available via World Wide Web.
Language notes This edition in English.
Notes Won 1999 Gemini Award, Best Direction in a Documentary; Won 1999 Gemini Award, Best Science, Technology, Nature, Environment or Adventure - Documentary Program; Won 1999 International Film and Video Festival Silver Chris Award, Mental Health; Won 1999 Yorkton Film Festival Golden Sheaf Award, Best Documentary Social
Other author Krepakevich, Jerry. Producer.
Viszmeg, Joseph. Director. Narrator.
National Film Board of Canada. Producer.
Subject Cancer -- Treatment.
Adrenal glands -- Tumors.
Cushing's syndrome.