Bob Lawrence’s journey with Metastatic Melanoma Cancer

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New Mothers – 10 Health Tips for Women After Delivery

I just found this health related video on YouTube ... and thought you might enjoy it! This video features 10 … [Read more...]

When people are having a melancholic Christmas

‘Tis the season to be jolly but not everybody is celebrating/has something to celebrate this Christmas. There are many reasons why people are melancholic rather than merry this Christmas. Let us look … [Read more...]

The Ovarian Cancer Battle

Ovaries are the small almond shaped glands that attach to the uterus via the fallopian tubes. They produce eggs and hormones. According to the American Cancer Society, a woman's risk of getting … [Read more...]

Cave Days

No matter how much you educate yourself, how much you prepare for battle in every way; there will still be days you feel like crawling into the cave and giving up. You had those days before you had … [Read more...]

Spring Cancer Events

Spring is in the air! Many cancer support organizations are gearing up for warm weather events. Consider participating, donating dollars or volunteering your time to support these … [Read more...]

The Facts: Breast Cancer In Men

Male Breast Cancer comprises 1% of all diagnosed cases of breast cancer. While rare, breast cancer can occur in men at any age, though it is usually diagnosed in men over fifty, primarily in the … [Read more...]

Is Anybody Out There?

Cancer Blogging. First, what exactly is a blog? “A blog (an abridgment of the term web log) is a website where entries are commonly displayed in reverse chronological order.” Source. And how … [Read more...]

20 Communities Where You Can Share Your Cancer Stories

I've spent a lot of time thinking about my friend's recent cancer diagnosis in the last few days. I think I'm coming to realize that you or a person you love becomes sick, it's natural reaction to … [Read more...]

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