Here’s a disturbing fact: persons aged 15 to 39 years old have worse cancer survival than any other age group [1, 2]. Here’s another: whereas cancer survival in general has […]
Thirty-seven-year old Gemma, a mother of four under five-year olds, was struggling to balance the needs of her children with her own self-nourishment. Her chief complaint was of regular and […]
The firstborn of five-year old twins, Adam was not delivered into the arms of his mother at birth. When he developed respiratory distress within a few hours of birth, Adam was separated […]
Overcoming fatigue is important for people with cancer both in terms of improved quality of life and also to ensure the greatest chance of success of chemotherapy
MindBody awareness unifies the mind and body into a unitary bodymind. Thus, the metaphor “follow your heart” not only conveys the inspirational wisdom of doing what is right, but it also has a corresponding embodied meaning in the physical heart.
When Liron Rosin was eight, he was diagnosed with an inoperable liver cancer rare in children. Though he was given only a few months to live, he told his family he’d […]
When survival is the exception in cancer, you need to call in your exceptional qualities. Here’s 11 transformational stories from cancer survivors who did just that!
People with cancer should be encouraged to increase heart-rate variability, which is linked to improved survival