The UICC Community is the online community of cancer control professionals, volunteers, and supporters of the World Cancer Declaration.
Chronicles my personal battle with Hodgkins. I am a gay man currently in treatment and there is gay content contained in the blog.
A gospel choir for anyone who has experienced cancer. Be an encouragement to others through song.
This is a free website to keep your family/friends informed about your prognosis/treatment/journey. I have received many thank-you's from family and friends for entering all of my information here. They can view it when convenient for them. It is a journal of your happenings, there is a guestbook, you can upload pic's to it also.
Very useful site!!!!
As well as cancer, I have Chiari malformation. This sight is a journal of my quest for health.
Go to www.spiritledhealing.com for peace of mind and ease of Healing!
Mary is fabulous!!!! Her spirit soars and your mind will be at peace quickly :) It's worth the Smile you will receive and the Peace you deserve!
a cancer survivalist's MUST HAVE. if you plan on making it and really giving it your all and can take on the challange of diving into a world of new eats, recipes and vitamins the natural way, this book is my favorite! it even comes with a dvd to make the book a bit easier to get around in. it explains whats all in vitamins and what they are for. the book explains foods why and why not.it simply explains the why you should and should not of almost everythhing you put in your body. and it also touches on cancer and how it kinda started in you.
The Bible provides the key to enjoying a truly satisfying life even now. Think for a moment about your own anxieties and troubles. The Bible can help you to deal with problems today, and it can provide relief by answering such questions as these:
■Why do we suffer?
■How can we cope with life‘s anxieties?
■What happens to us when we die?
■Will we ever see our dead loved ones again?
■How can we be sure that God will fulfill his promises for the future?
Have you ever received an answer to any of these questions? If you did, was the answer a satisfying one, or did it only make you wonder even more? If you have ever asked about any of these questions, you will be happy to know that it does not have to go on unanswered. This link will direct you to the Bible to answer these and other questions you may have.
Questions & support for survivors & caregivers of MALT lymphoma.
I was treated here in my last battle