5 Ways to Avoid Cancer Metastasizing To Your Wallet

When Dena was diagnosed with cancer at age 29, she had very little savings. When she added up the costs of treatment, medicine and transportation costs, she was overwhelmed by the price-tag of cancer. Read more to find out how she avoided going into debt.  Did you know that cancer […]

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What Would You Say to Cancer If You Only Had Five Words?

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Everyone who meets me knows that I had cancer. If they don’t upon first handshake or hug, they will quickly thereafter. Not because of any physical side effect; my scar is barely noticeable and I’m healthier than I ever was before. They know because I talk about it, and I […]

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Radical Remission From Cancer by Lissa Rankin, M.D.

When I was researching my book Mind Over Medicine, I stumbled across the Spontaneous Remission Project put together by the Institute of Noetic Sciences, which collected over 3500 case studies published in the medical literature about people who experienced spontaneous remissions from seemingly “incurable diseases.” Most of the case studies revolved around people with […]

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For Me …

I am 19 days away from honoring the 10th anniversary of the day when I was diagnosed with stage 4 ovarian cancer which had metastasized into my liver big time. I am very reflective. You may hear from me every day as I become more so, and celebrate my amazing […]

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I Am With You …

PLEASE SHARE WITH YOUR COMMUNITY OF FRIENDS… How different it is to hear from one’s diagnosing oncologist, “Your diagnosis is a tough one. I am going to work with you and hope that we can get you well. I AM WITH YOU” than the words too often heard, “We have few […]

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‘Survival Lessons’ by Alice Hoffman

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“I was not someone who got cancer,” Alice Hoffman writes in her newest book and nonfiction debut. “In fact, I was the person who sat by bedsides, accompanied friends to doctors’ appointments,” and so forth. Cancer isn’t so discriminating, of course, and when a lump in Hoffman’s breast turned out […]

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Hope

Hope is the belief that a positive outcome lies ahead. This belief can be difficult to hold onto in the face of cancer. Knowing how to create a sense of hope in your life can help you face cancer survivorship with strength and confidence. People hope for different things at […]

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Cancer Researcher Kelly Turner Redefines Spontaneous Remission

Is it possible that spontaneous remission of cancer isn’t as spontaneous – or exceptional – as we once thought? For Kelly Turner, a researcher and lecturer in the field of integrative oncology, the realization that spontaneous remission of cancer was even a possibility blew her mind. For the rest of the […]

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