Here are the top ten articles for the Cancer Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. Nanotechnology in Cancer and Medicine
Nanotechnology is technology that reduces particles to microscopic size to alter, change or even build a structure. It is advancing at a rapid speed and is being used in medicine to treat cancer. Click to read more!
2. The Lovin' Ain't Over - Book Review
The Lovin' Ain't Over for Women with Cancer written by Ralph and Barbara Alterowitz is an informative guide that offers hope to those suffering from changed or diminished sexual function due to cancer treatments. The authors write from their own first hand experience of the subject matter.
3. The Savvy Sister blog - Site Review
The Savvy Sister blog is a site written by Susan Gonzalez, who is a Stage III breast cancer "thriver", as well as being a Registered Nurse. Her sites have a wealth of information to help you. Click to learn more!
4. Cancer-brain - The New Chemo Brain
Chemo Brain has been the term used for years to define cognitive and mental dysfunction in those who have had chemotherapy. Now there's a new kid on the block whose name is Cancer-brain. Click to find out more about this newcomer!
5. Cancer - Patient Branding, Coping and Faith
Cancer patients are now being branded as surviving or dying. This type of discrimination is dividing a community of hurting and vurnerable people of all ages. Read also about coping, hoping, and faith. Click to read more!
6. The SCAR Project - by David Jay
The SCAR Project is a photo project of young breast cancer survivors begun by international fashion photographer David Jay to help raise awareness/research funding for breast cancer. A Documentary and hard cover book are available. Click to read more!
7. Breast Cancer and the Psychology of Marketing
Marketing is essential in business. But can it possibly be detrimental when it comes to cancer patients? Click to read more.
8. Health and Beauty for Post Treatment Skin
Radiation and chemotherapy alter the body at the cellular level, and eventually cause noticable changes to the outer layer of the skin. This article reviews a web site dedicated to cancer survivors, and focuses on skin care products and make-up that won't irritate sensitive skin.
9. Quality of Life at End-of-Life
A quality end-of-life is important to anyone. And as much as we try to lower the risks for getting cancer, still many die from it every day. The most important thing is to make sure a person's end of life is the way they want it. Click to learn more.
10. Mammograms - What Age & How Often?
New advice on mammogram testing was recently updated by the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists. However, several other well known cancer organizations stood by their previous recommendations, while still some adjusted theirs, although just slightly. What was the bottom line?
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