MERRY CHRISTMAS TO ALL OF WHOM MADE IT ANOTHER YEAR, ONLY BY THE GRACE OF GOD. SPIRTS ARE HIGH AND BE PRODUCTIVE IN SPREADING KNOWLEDGE OF HOW YOU CAN SURVIVE CANCER!
Journalist John Diamond chronicles his experience with tongue cancer. He writes with honesty and no small amount of humour of the treatment and his feelings over the 2-3 years covered in the book. Diamond passed away in spring, 2001.
An active breast cancer support group which meets twice monthly. The group is sponsored by the American Cancer Society and Mid Coast Hospital, and is facilitated by the coordinator of the hospital's Breast Health Center.
Inspiring short stories by and about kids with cancer.
An online resource for childhood cancer survivors and their families.
internet support group for laryngectomees and also a great web resource
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You'll review cutting edge advances and see how they apply to the daily fight against cancer in the clinical setting. Important highlights include the genetic basis of cancer, including DNA repair, drug resistance and experimental chemotherapy, a review of genetic techniques and many more.
Useful information on what breast cancer is, children of mothers with breast cancer and more.
50,000 years ago, women and men gathered around campfires to decide the key issues in their lives. Today, groups everywhere are discovering a new form of this ancient ritual for communication, mutual support, teamwork, and social change. Now, in a book as consciousness-changing as Riane Eisler's The Chalice and the Blade or Peter Senge's The Fifth Discipline, Christina Baldwin offers this powerful new tool to everyone who longs for a community based on honesty, equality, and spiritual integrity.In this simple, profound practice, participants sit in a circle, pass a talking piece from person to person, and speak and listen from the heart. Christina Baldwin gives detailed instructions and suggestions for getting started, setting goals, and solving disagreements safely and respectfully. She also offers inspiring examples of circles in action: a women's spirituality group, a father and son in crisis, a PTA group that averts a school strike and a work project team that accesses a new level of creativity and caring.