Every month, Cancer Monthly summarizes the latest clinical results of cancer therapies presented by oncologists, researchers, and other cancer professionals working in over 340 hospitals and research institutions around the world. With this information, patients can compare treatments, have more meaningful discussions with their doctors, and ultimately, make more informed treatment decisions.
If your current Doctor hasn't done it, do it yourself (then find a better doctor)
A simple lab test that could customize chemotherapy to the patient and save lives. When science takes a back seat: public posturing, private bargains, and scandal, set in the cancer industry.
The medical-political backdrop and wrangling over technology. Literary realism (clinical trials, informed consent)
Privately, as a student of Cell Function Analysis, I can say the "science" in this book is very real.
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This is a national movement to raise awareness of the nearly 46 million Americans living without health coverage along with initiatives leading to access.
wikiCancer was created to help people living with cancer or those supporting someone with a cancer diagnosis to connect with and contribute to a caring community.
Created by a woman who was treated for a cancer recurrence that was falsely diagnosed, this blog gives those impacted by cancer an important forum in which to share information about false positives.
Lance Armstrongs inspirational story of being a cancer survivor, husband, father, son,and human being. Lots of drama, Absolutely absorbing and compelling...Its about far more than just the bike...
King James Version. Words of Christ in red.
A beautiful, accessible book with vary many contributors, including HH The Dalai Lama, Desmond Tutu, Ruby Wax, Yoko Ono and others.
It considers broad themes which encompass:
Self and society
Healing and Wholeness
Economy and Ecology
A glorious book to dip into again and again.