While the practice of medicine has made incredible progress in the past few years, it is still not an exact science. And particularly when it comes to cancer, the process gets tougher because the disease and treatments are so extremely complex. Continue reading “Ingredients in a Successful Spirit”
Ask your physician to pick up a qualified oncologist and place your life in their hands.
Every third American will be diagnosed with cancer in their lifetime. It will strike virtually every family. Recovering from cancer is a matter of Continue reading “Build Your Recovery on a Solid Foundation — Not Quicksand!”
The trauma of being diagnosed with cancer is enormous. All of us who have been there know it. The questions that race through our minds, even while the physician is still trying to explain the situation, are unending. Will I die? Will I be an invalid? Will I have terrible pain? What do I tell my family? What do I tell my friends? How will I handle my work? Will I have to endure Continue reading “HELP is Only a Phone Call Away”
Cancer is the most curable of all chronic diseases!
There is no type of cancer for which there is no treatment!
There is no cancer from which someone has not been cured.
But…cancer is an extremely complex disease. There are over 200 different kinds of cancer. Each one is treated in its own particular way Continue reading “Accessing Treatment Information — PDQ”
The more involved you are the better care you will receive. You can also ask important questions of your caregivers, family and friends to help determine the roles they can best fill for you throughout your cancer journey. Continue reading “Questions to Ask Your Doctors”