I survived and my friend did not, WHY? I don't feel as sick as some of the other people I see, WHY? Great article looking deep into the real emotions that come from surviving cancer
Very tender look at a cancer diagnosis given to a friend. How do you feel? what do you do? how can you help? What do you say? Great article from the perspective of a "TRUE FRIEND"
What not to say to cancer patients! Amy hung up the phone, and looked at her husband. “You know, if I had a penny for every time someone told me that I was too young to have cancer or God will see you through this or… Spread the love
Interesting chart and article on the growth of non-medical administration personnel compared to the actual number of physicians doing the work. An interesting graphic which certainly details a problem
I remember pulling out the big tin of crayons from the cabinet when I was kid. I absolutely loved to color. I loved the smell of the crayons as I pulled out my favorite colors, and I loved flipping through a coloring book until I found… Spread the love
Hemp oil has been used for 1000's of years for a variety of medicinal purposes. The stigma associated between Hemp and cannabis is slowly being removed as hemp is available for purchase anywhere in the country without restriction and even at Amazon.
A cancer diagnosis is the last thing anyone expects, if it happens to you one of the first things to do after you re-group, is to perform a diagnosis of your own financial situation.
At Cancer Horizons we have to admit this article caught us off-guard a bit. We have seen nothing but understanding, compassion, prayers for, support and love for each other with the disease that all have in common, cancer. Beth has a unique perspective as a breast cancer survivor and...
A trusted pet is usually a positive influence in the healing process of cancer. This article explores 6 ways having a pet is therapeutic and enhances the healing process regardless of what type of cancer you are battling at the moment. Let’s face it just having a friend that...
Relationships are hard even without a cancer diagnosis involved. They take a tragic turn, however, when one of the partners decides they can’t handle it and walk away leaving the cancer patient to face the world and their cancer battle alone and afraid!