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. 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!
2. 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!
3. Surviving Psychological Impacts of Cancer
Hearing that you have cancer hits you fast and hard. It's not just bad news, but it leaves you with questions you've never even thought of before. In this article, I touch on nature vs. nurture, and list some helpful suggestions for coping.
4. 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!
5. 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!
6. 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.
7. Taking Ownership of Your Thoughts and Choices
When you've been told you have cancer, it is important to take ownership of your thoughts and choices. It is for your benefit, both personally while dealing with your sickness, and in making choices regarding treatment that will have an impact on the rest of your life.
If you or someone you love is suffering from lymphedema from cancer surgery, you are not alone. This article will lend moral support and give helpful information about this very serious condition that is widely ignored and misunderstood.
9. Prevention - Paying It Forward
Paying it forward is a trending phrase in our society today. In health terms you might say it means the same thing as prevention. This article is an overview of how to obtain and maintain good health. Read on to find out how to pay it forward!
10. 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.
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