I would like to share some sites that I use to continue to eat right and taking the right vitamins.
Remember to always consultant your physican and take the time to do the research.
Yoga Bear is a national 501(c)3 non-profit organization dedicated to providing cancer survivors with more opportunities for wellness and healing through the practice of yoga.
If you are a post-cancer survivor, we'd like to invite to experience complimentary yoga @ one of our partner Yoga Bear studios!
A resource for cancer patients, survivors and caregivers.
Webshots has the albums of my family, our cats, building the pond, and my stained glass projects.
Are Cancer victims being overlooked? Should Cancer victims be allowed to fund raise for themselves? Cancer victims can loose everything they have worked so hard to acquire, why can't the multimillion dollar fundraising organizations realize the individual patient needs help too. Take a look at the site and see if you know someone like this.
Great group of people going through the same things.
You Don’t Have To Die When Your Doctor Says is a book about the power of belief in the context of a serious disease or medical death sentence. In many ways I have written this book for myself, but if you are experiencing a diagnosis of cancer or have been told you only have so long to live then I have also written it for you (and that’s why it’s a fairly brief book!)
Have you or a loved had chemotherapy treatment and then discovered that you can’t think the way you used to?
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Friendly, readable format, with charts and tables.
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