Mesothelioma Information describes related cancer, medical treatment options for mesothelioma, and legal rights for victims of mesothelioma.
All the information you will ever need.
This website was created to update our friends, family and concerned strangers during the trying times of our daughter's fight with Stage IV Neuroblastoma and recurrences.
It seems to be a helpful resource for families of children recently diagnosed with cancer.
Anyone, who has ever been diagnosed with cancer, is a survivor. Please visit the website and see this unique monument to the 'heroes on the war on cancer"
Oncology Nursing My Career My Choice My Passion
Maureen Kerrigan LupPlace RN, OCN
Oncology Certified Nurse / Cancer Survivor
Whos Your Hero?
Please visit www.TheCancerMonument.org
I wrote this book as a means to help me heal emotionally and I wanted to share my journey with others to let them know that they are not alone. Survivorship is a long and difficult path. It is a state of mind that is dictated by oneself and not others. After the surgery and treatments are over we find that speration anxiety can take control, and we have to learn how to survive on our own. Friends, co-workers, and sometimes families think that every thing is back to normal. Nothing could be further from the truth.We learn that nothing will ever be normal again, and we learn how to rediscover ourselves and our life.
I have also developed a web page; www.survivngbreastcancer.com. Enjoy and share your journey.
My story being diagnosed with breast cancer at age 28.
Too Sexy For My Hair is a group on the photo site Flickr (http://flickr.com). It's free to join.
Folks post pictures of themselves or loved ones who have battled or are now battling cancer and the effects of chemotherapy. Their stories and pictures will inspire you to laugh, cry, empathize, learn, teach and who knows what else.
This is an award-winning classic for the person who has or will undergo surgery for a colostomy, ileostomy or urinary diversion (urostomy) as well as for family, friends and health professionals. Written by a mother (the ostomate) and her daughter (a registered nurse). The Ostomy Book is both a complete reference book on the subject, and a moving often funny and heartwarming account of the experience of having an ostomy and the good life that can follow it. A morale booster and full of practical information for patient and caregiver. I found it a real treasure.