Softly honeyed tones of acoustic guitar mixed with Indian sitar and tablas rising behind a vocal expression of the Oneness of all life...
Only weekly support groups offered in New York City. Meetings at Beth Israel (14th St) on Tuesdays @ 7 pm, Wednesdays at 7 pm; at St Vincents (325 W 15th St) on Mondays at 6 pm; at Lenox Hill (100 E 77th St) on 5:30 pm (conference room #1)
A 501(c)(3) non profit which seeks the cure for privary bone cancer; offers web link summaries;professional Scientific Committee; raises funds for primary bone cancer research; current fund project is to support the work of Dr. michael Kelley of Duke U's VA Hospital into gene source of familial chordoma.
Web Page about my experience with life during cancer.
This web site has been created and is maintained by thyroid cancer survivors. Since October 1995, we have been developing a network of programs that will link survivors and healthcare professionals around the world. Our mission is simple: To Educate, so we and our families better understand our disease.To Participate, so others learn from our experience.To Communicate, so we and our health care professionals better understand each others' needs.
Thyca--Thyroid Cancer Support Group: a general forum for overall thyroid cancer (mainly papillary and follicular thyca) discussion and support.
For Thyroid Cancer patients on a low iodine diet, this cookbook contains many egg-free/dairy free recipes.
This song and three others are available on MP3at the website www.endris.tv and I will personallymail order any of the three at your request please add shipping and handling $1.00 total $4.95send inquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org
Author is a thyroid cancer survivor. The Thyroid Sourcebook sensitively handles the many issues associated with thyroid disorders. It includes the latest information on treatments and medications, a guide to dealing with doctors and a directory of organizations designed to support a person with a thyroid problem, and much more
Rusty and his wife share tips on caring for the Ostomy. He is 3 years cancer free and wants to help others understand the needs involved, problems that can arise from poor care, and just adjusting to a new way of living.