Foundation committed to providing innovative and promising patient-driven clinical research delivering immediate treatment options and a genuine hope for a cure.
This site gives good details on treatment options by cancer type.
This site provides excellent details for one of the newest treatment options available. I really like this site and hope anyone who is interested in brachytherapy as a treatment options will take a look at this.
An organization of patients that have hypoparathyroidism due to many factors including thyroid surgery. This condition results from loss of the parathyroid glands in surgery for thyroid cancer or parathyroid cancer, automimmune, and genetic. This organization provides a forum for patients to talk and comfort one another. I am a thyroid cancer survivor and am hypoparathyroid as a result of the surgery - it had provided me with great peace to be a part of this group - my name is Jana and I highly recommend it.
Marty Linebergers testimony is a blessing to many people. She speaks from her heart about Gods love and provision in adversity. Marty is personally battling metastasized cancer, but her message speaks to all who are experiencing sickness, hurts of the heart, or other problems.
Marty Linebergers Real audio testimony is a blessing to many people. She speaks from her heart about Gods love and provision in adversity. Marty is personally battling metastasized cancer, but her message speaks to all who are experiencing sickness, hurts of the heart, or other problems.
Nationwide network of hospitals specializing in integrative cancer treatment and patient empowerment medicine.
The Bible for breast cancer patients. A very empowering book to have when you hear those dreaded words, "it's cancer". Translates medical jargon into plain English, is matter-of-fact, yet supportive. Tells you everything about the breast, types of screening, treatment, surgery and reconstruction, the works. Susan Love is a breast specialist at UCLA.
Most people are at a loss to know what to do when someone they care about gets that dreaded diagnosis, "You've got cancer." a diagnosis that 1.2 million people will hear this year in the United States alone. It's difficult to know what to do and, sadly, far too many people respond by quietly withdrawing at the very time their loved-one needs them the most. But that shouldn't and needn't be the case..."I didn't know what to do," already an award-winning book, contains 40 heartwarming stories from survivors about what people did that they found particularly supportive, encouraging and inspirational during their fight against cancer. These practical, idea-packed stories will motive and inspire readers to take an active role in support of the patient and enable them to make a positive difference. This book is the reason people will never have to say "I didn't know what to do."