If you’ve been subscribed to this list for a while, you know how important exercise has been in my life during the last three decades as a cancer thriver. There are countless ways movement positively impacts physical and mental health, and clearly influences cancer prevention, active treatment, and long-term survival. I’ve written about it here […]
Cancer survivors—and especially those actively undergoing treatment—are immunocompromised. But there’s plenty you can do right now to help protect yourself.
A Clinician’s Perspective on Antioxidant Use During Chemotherapy for Breast Cancer: Exploring the Evidence?php>
Master herbalist and clinical nutritionist Donnie Yance explores the research and shares his perspective on the use of botanicals and antioxidants during chemotherapy treatment for those with breast cancer.
For the majority of people, Cancer Privacy is a deep subject requiring more thought than, at first glance, one might think.
Why the mad-dash rush to treatment? By the time a malignancy becomes a detectable tumor, it has been lurking for some time—sometimes several years.
Choice necessitates the reason for ‘consumerism’ and ‘consumer/provider’ relationships. We have the right to choose, and many of us consistently exercise our rights. And so should you.
“Of no party or clique” was the founding motto of The Atlantic magazine over 160 years ago. How can this moniker apply today to cancer—specifically its prevention, treatment, and survival?
With the shuttering of Biden Cancer Initiative, there’s a lot to wonder about in regard to Joe Biden’s future as a champion for those affected by cancer’s sinister grip.
Listen to Glenn Sabin interviewed on the influential Relentless Health Value podcast on the topic of integrative oncology in hospital and health system settings. Host Stacey Richter and Glenn discuss the growing science supporting integrative oncology and the profound opportunity for hospitals and cancer centers to engage and educate their communities on true cancer prevention focused on smart lifestyle—read: beyond vaccines, colonoscopies, mammograms and early detection.
I will never let my guard down. It doesn’t mean I am over-the-top nuts (depending on who you ask, naturally), following all that my program comprises, though I am quite disciplined. Put simply, I am serious about maintaining my health, and hope to avoid a relapse, or the possibility of being diagnosed with another disease, be that a secondary cancer or some other condition(s) in the future.