Cancer Survivors: How to Deal with the Effects of Chemo

Chemotherapy is so hard on the body that they say you have to be able to walk into the clinic to receive it, because it takes so much out of you that they’ll wheel you out in a wheelchair. Yet chemotherapy is essential to killing cancer that may have spread, so if you want to beat cancer, you have to deal with the effects of chemotherapy. Here are a few tips on how to deal with the effects of chemo on your health, life and appearance. Digestive Problems Chemo kills the fastest growing … [Read more...]

Lost a Loved One to Breast Cancer?

How to Support a Friend Who Lost a Loved One to Breast Cancer After learning about a friend or co-worker who has lost someone from breast cancer, it's natural to feel emotionally paralyzed. You're unsure about what to say, how to react, or whether or not you should even offer help for the family. Find your role in the process in the following ways. Grieving & Mourning If you've never had to face the death of a loved one who suffered from a prolonged illness, you may not … [Read more...]

Tiffany Bond celebrated by Canadian Cancer Society!

Below is a truly gracious and well deserved email received by our very own Tiffany Bond, and we celebrate here today with her! Hi Tiffany, Attached are the final Tiffany Bond - daffodil month of the QMI and Postmedia articles that are going to print tomorrow in the following papers: Postmedia: Ottawa Citizen, Windsor Star and Thunder Bay Chronicle QMI: Toronto Sun, 24 Hours Toronto, Barrie Examiner, Kingston Whig-Standard, London Free Press, Peterborough Examiner, St. Catharines … [Read more...]

Kathy Giusti – WOMAN of ACTION™

  A Celebration of Women™ is elated to Celebrate the Life of this power of example to our world, a woman that is devoting her life to the betterment of others through her own foundation addressing issues and creating hope for all those suffering from 'multiple myeloma', an incurable blood cancer that threatens thousands every year. It is difficult for someone who is going through a tough time to help someone else who is in need. Most often, he would think to herself, “How am I going … [Read more...]

Ovarian Cancer Recovery, there is New Hope

  Hope for Women      Discoveries herald new hope for women with ovarian cancer   Health research is typically a slow process, with discoveries made by tiny baby steps. It can take years to translate research knowledge into better diagnostic tests and new treatments. That’s what makes recent findings at the BC Cancer Agency so remarkable. In December 2008, a multidisciplinary ovarian cancer research team announced an important discovery about the genetics of ovarian … [Read more...]

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