Hamilton Jordan served as the youngest chief of staff in presidential history under Jimmy Carter.
In this collection of adventures and observations Jordan weaves together his remarkable life and his battle with cancer. Three times in the last twenty years, he has been diagnosed with the disease; non-Hodgkin's lymphoma, melanoma, and prostate cancer. He credits early detection, being well-informed, his family and keeping positive as the keys to his survival. Sound, upbeat, and inspiring advice from a man who feels lucky to be alive. A New York Times Bestseller, it's a story you will love.
Barbara Barrie, Broadway, TV and film actress, has written a candid and informative first-person account of surviving colon cancer and living after a colostomy. The book gives essential information about the ostomy experience, occurrence, symptoms, and treatment options. Written humerously and movingly. A help for people learning to adjust to an altered lifestyle after surgery. Includes an afterword, written by Dr. Otis W. Brawley.
Guide for patients and families confronted with cancer and treatment choices. Covers diet, lifestyle adjustments, pain management techniques, drugs, surgical procedures and advances in radiotherapeutic technology. Compassionate and easy to read. Covers just about every type of cancer.
What is the connection between cancer and nutrition? Article and recipes for healthy eating.
Statistics on all kinds of cancer with graphs and comparisons available.
This is a support site for all women learning to live with gynecological issues, from stds to cancer.
We are "NOT" the disease, we are learning to live with them.
Fight for LIFE!
The GYN-Gal Support Group offers information, education and support to ALL women who are learning to live with gynecological disease or cancer. We believe every woman is valuable and honorable.
This is the best website I found to help deal with breast cancer. You can find answers to any questions you have about anything related to breast cancer, treatments and beyond.
This is a great all natural supplement designed for Cervical Dysplasia.
Support organization for women and their loved ones who are affected by ovarian cancer. This organization provides emotional support, educational information and access to resources to help improve the quality of life for those with ovarian cancer. OCNA also speaks on behalf of women in public policy forums, providing expert knowledge about the effects of OvCa on individuals and families, helping to shape the policies that impact gynecologic health, and elevating the cause among public and private agencies in order to reduce the mortality rate among women with the condition. The organization is committed to raising awareness and early detection until reliable screening is available.
OCNA is a supportive and inclusive organization that invites all women to share in the spirit of survival.