An article from American Psychiatric Association noting the similarities between the victims of well-acknowledged trauma and the experience of the cancer patient.
We have a support siye on FACEBOOK called Adrenalcortical Carcinoma - Adrenal Cancer
Esophageal Cancer Action Network
non-profit organization founded by Bill Kubicek for survivors of cancer and other rare diseases and their families. creates awesome weekend retreats for challenging oneself, offering respite and information to self and caregivers, and just being.
Benefit Concert Fundraiser for Young Survivors Network, a support program for young women survivors of breast cancer. Must purchase ticket in advance ($20 per ticket, cash only).
Saturday April 10th, 2010
5:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Residence Inn Marriott
9 Gerhard Rd. / Plainview, NY
Humorous tale by a cancer survivor sharing the bizarre twists when the surgery removing the tumor from inside his nose cuts-off his nose. Suddenly noseless is a bummer!!! Follow the reconstruction creating a homegrown nose. Unique patient/author account relates the cutting experiences from detection to his reconstructed nose. Discover the recovery challenges of a senior citizen with his 24/7 care provider being his long-time canine companion, wolf-dog Aurora. Laugh with his crazy childhood elephant imitation resulting in nose-phobia. Wonder into the wellness world of Hahnemann University hospital from the patient’s perspective. It’s not only about cutting, it’s about healing too!!!
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Seventeen different cancers that include breast, prostate and colon; as well as clinical depression & SAD, antepartum & postpartum depression, chronic fatigue syndrome, multiple sclerosis & other autoimmune disorders, obesity, eating disorders, sleep disorders and other essential mind-body functions are all associated with the silent epidemic of mal-illumination.
Head coverings for both men & women. Keep your sense of humor and be more approachable.