This is a group for people that want to help fight lung cancer and advocate awareness about this devastating and make a difference. We will put on events to raise money for lung cancer research and host lung cancer support group meetings and educate the public about lung cancer. This is also for those with lung cancer and family and friends of people with it that need support, information, and remember their loved one's fight to help others.
Cancer, conundrums, and cocktails - a lighter side to cancer.
Surgical photos (mastectomy, hysterectomy, implanted port), lab reports, chemo journals... my personal experience with active breast cancer treatment.
When I was going through cancer treatment I had a difficult time locating products that were safe, scent-free, chemical-free and considered to support health not burden the body with petroleum or other harmful ingredients. I created Kare 'n Totes to offer products that are safe,nurturing and effective. Having a care package already assembled with products save others valuable time while going through treatment. I invite you to check out the website at www.karentotes.com. It has gift care packages designed for the cancer survivor in mind. The items in each tote have been carefully evaluated and selected by a cancer survivors. Products are safe, chemical free and useful for managing the daily symptoms that often occur while going through cancer treatment.
thyca.org: a great resource for thyroid cancer survivors
When Alesia Shute was diagnosed with cancer at the age of 7, her life was redirected as was that of her entire family. She would go on to survive six major surgeries that had never been tested on a child, several minor surgeries and countless hours of pain and months of hospitalization. Alesia had to grow up quickly and adjust to being sickly and different from others. Everything is Okay is her story of survival that details not only her recovery, but also her struggles through school, boys, marriage, and pregnancy, with some hilarious tales of business to boot.
This website is about what my husband experienced with his ileostomy and the reversal surgeries from the beginning to the recovery process in order to help inform others on what to expect. This website is dedicated to help others be informed of what they may go through. It also covers stoma care, videos on how to change the ostomy pouch, and much more.
My personal website for a resource to those who have been Larynjectomizede by caner but also how I still enjoy my life despite cancer. Basically it is how I live and enjoy what I almost lost.
Is a peer support group for laryngectomized patients operated as a club and has been established for over 30 years. Our group is open to patient/survivors and thier caregivers. We also encourage medical students to attend as an informative experience for them but require they first contact the group leadership. Meeting ar held on 2nd & 4th Thursday evenings
An article published in Dana Farber's magazine Paths of Progress about me and two of my close friends who are also childhood cancer survivors of ALL. One of them is srisko.