Putting a Face on Breast Cancer--at age 36. My treatment story.
Bringing Context, Insight and Clarity to the Challenges Arising from a Diagnosis of Follicular Lymphoma
Anything you can help me find in or near Oakley, California would be greatly appreciated.
Cancer Support Center for all types of cancer survivors and their families. The support center offers many actities such as yoga, Look Good Feel Good, support groups for survivors, support groups for caregivers, ects. This facility is located in Lutherville (minutes from Baltimore) Maryland.
Learn the facts about breast cancer malpractice in women under 40 and how to reduce your risk of breast cancer malpractice.
If I Just Breathe is the story of my breast cancer diagnosis at age 30, following a diagnosis delay of 18 months because my doctors said I was too young to get breast cancer. It is an intimate look at my life at the time of my diagnosis, while in treatment, and during the medical malpractice lawsuit that followed. My story will help the newly diagnosed patient to understand what is involved in breast cancer treatment, explain how to reduce the risk of breast cancer malpractice, and offer inspiration to cancer survivors and others experiencing those challenges that are inherent to life. The book is available at www.tinakoral.com or Amazon.com
Medline is an incredibly easy to use website that provides basic medical information. I especially like their illustrated medical encyclopedia. It is trustworthy information from an authoritative source.
Tips view and news you can use about living with cancer in your 20's and 30's. Expert interviews, provocative perspectives on young adult cancer, cancer care tips and featured guest bloggers.
A great support organization for young adults with cancer.
A LIFE SAVING MESSAGE
CAUSE FOR CANCER
Scientists at Dulwich Health Society, USA, studied over 25,000 people with ill health and concluded that the following groups are Geopathically Stressed (GS):
•100% of people who get SECONDARY CANCER.
•95% of people who get CANCER were sleeping &/or working in a Geopathic stressed place before or at the time the cancer was diagnosed .
The term ‘Geopathic Stress’ is used to describe negative energies, also known as ‘harmful earth rays’, which emanate from the earth and cause discomfort and ill health to those living above.
Underground water-flows beneath a property or structure. When a structure is built above underground water, the natural magnetic flow of the water energy is restricted, and disruptive vibrations are set up in the building. Thus, if we sleep above these flows, over a period of time, the body's resistance can be affected, leading to stress and weakening of our IMMUNE System.
Geopathic Stress is the only common factor in most serious and long term illnesses and psychological conditions.
•Thousands of medical doctors and therapists now confirm that any Geopathic Stress (GS) must be cleared before any treatment can be 100% successful.
CANCER is the most notorious of these, and tumours are known to develop almost always at exactly the spot where two or more GS lines cross a person’s body as they lie asleep in their bed.
“ Cancer is a disease of location triggered off by geopathic stress. We all produce cancerous cells on a regular basis, but they are continuously destroyed by our body's immune system. Geopathic stress does not cause cancer, but weakens our immune system. Dr Ernst Hartmann, MD”
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