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Taking Ownership of Your Thoughts and Choices
When you've been told you have cancer, it is important to take ownership of your thoughts and choices. It is for your benefit, both personally while dealing with your sickness, and in making choices regarding treatment that will have an impact on the rest of your life.
The Advantage of Smartphone Apps in Healthcare
In the current healthcare environment, no matter what country you may live in, healthcare Apps for smartphones are on the rise. Many innovators and healthcare professionals are embracing this move, and I see it as a great help for empowerment for the patient. Click to read more!
The Common Threads of Good Health
From conception to cancer, there are undeniable connections that lead to better health and successful outcomes for both. Read on to see what I discovered.
The Hellway of Transition
Cancer surgery is traumatic and it usually causes changes in the body that lasts for a lifetime. Even though change is inevitable, navigating through it is possible. Click to read more!
The Lovin' Ain't Over - Book Review
The Lovin' Ain't Over for Women with Cancer written by Ralph and Barbara Alterowitz is an informative guide that offers hope to those suffering from changed or diminished sexual function due to cancer treatments. The authors write from their own first hand experience of the subject matter.
The Pancreas and Pancreatic Cancer
In light of the recent death of Steve Jobs from the effects of Pancreatic Cancer, I have dedicated this article to explain what the pancreas is and the very important role it plays in maintaining our health.
The Savvy Sister blog - Site Review
The Savvy Sister blog is a site written by Susan Gonzalez, who is a Stage III breast cancer "thriver", as well as being a Registered Nurse. Her sites have a wealth of information to help you. Click to learn more!
The SCAR Project - by David Jay
The SCAR Project is a photo project of young breast cancer survivors begun by international fashion photographer David Jay to help raise awareness/research funding for breast cancer. A Documentary and hard cover book are available. Click to read more!
The SCAR Project - Dual Exhibition
Photographer David Jay is still bringing awareness to breast cancer. When I thought it couldn't get any more emotional, now included is a second exhibit, The Alabama Project: The Civil Rights of Health Care which premiered at UAB Arts Gallery in Birmingham, Alabama. Click for more!
Turn Again To Life
Cancer can interrupt life and relationships in ways we never thought anything could. It's important to realize that your new unwanted circumstances do not have to dominate your happiness. Read on for ideas to keep your momentum going!
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