Thursday , July 27 2017

After breast cancer treatment, where to next?


One day last summer I found a lump in my breast. I’d been checking myself haphazardly over the years, never expecting to find anything of concern. But this was different. Just like a pea and not going anywhere. It was a busy summer with work, culminating in a last minute …

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Breast Cancer Campaigns Might Be Pink, But Men Get It Too


Although breast cancer is usually seen as a woman’s disease, around 145 Australian menwere diagnosed with breast cancer in 2015, and around 25 died from it. A little under 1% of all breast cancers occur in men, so it is more common than most people think. There are ethnic differences …

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10 Things Cancer Survivors Want You To Know About Chemo Brain


Chemo Brain, or Chemo Fog, is an increasingly common experience among cancer patients and survivors. It can begin at any time during chemotherapy, even several years after treatment has ended, and last for an indefinite amount of time. Patients who received radiation therapy have also sympathized with the symptoms associated …

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Cancers are tough shells to crack! But once you do, you’ll relish in the warmth of their kind, caring, loving, compassionate……succulent gooey centre. But, if you cross a cancer, watch out! that shell will turn into battle armor and their pincers are faster than a speeding bullet. 10. They are easy-going …

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Amazing Story..A Man Uses Baking Soda To Beat Stage 4 Cancer


Today, we will reveal the amazing experience of Vernon Johnston, who used baking soda to combat 4th stage cancer. His progress is documented on his blog and is available for everyone. Namely, this patient after being diagnosed with cancer, was offered a few options, not different from any other case. …

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