28
Apr
The Cancer Voice Asia | The food you eat can be either the safest and most powerful form of medicine.

Why It Is Important To Give Healthy Foods To A Cancer Patient?

The food you eat can be either the safest and most powerful form of medicine or the slowest form of poison. ~Ann Wigmore Things we ought to know why appropriate diet is very important to anyone who has cancer before and after treatment. This is not only true because Google says so, it is true to […]

27
Apr
The Cancer Voice Asia | Everyone’s experience with cancer is unique, so as with the children who face this kind of battle at the early age.

5 Things You Need To Know Before Visiting Children With Cancer

It’s hard to know what to say or do for someone who has cancer and most especially to a child diagnosed with cancer. You want to say or do the right thing, but sometimes it comes out wrong at the end. You wish to help someone who has cancer, be with them or volunteer in […]

23
Apr
The Cancer Voice Asia | Try to examine yourself now. Are every word, action, and energy go straight to your heart?

How an Emotional Support Helps a Cancer Patient and Survivor

Try to examine yourself now. Are every word, action, and energy go straight to your heart? What about when you make mistakes, can you easily know it, feel it and you feel like tearing yourself apart? Now imagine this, your sibling, parent, friend or any special person in your life has got cancer. And as […]

18
Mar
The Cancer Voice Asia | You'll never understand until it happens to you.

When Financial Burden Makes the Recovery Difficult for Someone Who has Cancer

Raising awareness campaign for cancer is fantastic yet hard to work reaching out people who need to be addressing their needs. The community should basically get to know everything from cancer prevention to nutrition to environmental health issues. But little we may realize, how could these cancer patients and family be able to cope up […]

16
Feb
The Cancer Voice Asia | Why don't we break this health taboo issues and start talking about cancer?

6 Reasons Why We Should Keep Talking About Cancer

“Emotional sickness is avoiding reality at any cost. Emotional health is facing reality at any cost.” – M. Scott Peck Facing a heartless disease called cancer is already facing death. Denying and keeping cancer from our family or friends adds the fatality of death. For fear of people learning about our cancer, mental illness, or […]

25
Jan
The Cancer Voice Asia | Surviving cancer is like conquering high mountains, it is not the mountain or cancer we defeated, but ourselves.

6 Approaches To Embrace Your Inner Strength

Surviving cancer is like conquering high mountains, it is not the mountain or cancer we defeated, but ourselves. September 2017, I hiked for 40 kilometers in Bình Thuận Province, Vietnam. After climbing one of the highest mountains of Vietnam, where I suddenly realize that there are many more mountains to climb. The hike I did can […]

20
Jan
The Cancer Voice Asia | What you focus on, expands.

If We Don’t Stop Worrying, We Will Die

  CieloCielo Superticioso, is the author of The Cancer Voice Asia created last August 2017. Cielo focuses on the remarkable benefits of sharing her story and uses her own journey as a means to help you with yours. http://thecancervoice.net

13
Jan
The Cancer Voice Asia | Be happy for no reason. Photo by Ben White on Unsplash.

Think Healthy To Nourish Your Body (Blog #4)

CieloCielo Superticioso, is the author of The Cancer Voice Asia created last August 2017. Cielo focuses on the remarkable benefits of sharing her story and uses her own journey as a means to help you with yours. http://thecancervoice.net

12
Jan
Hong Kong Island

Hong Kong 2016

Memorable experience I say because this is considered as a trip to remember after I was diagnosed with cancer. Feared that after the revelation, I could not do the plans that I had planned for months before. It takes a lot of courage to continue even though death is on my way. I have to […]

12
Jan

I Had Cancer

I had cancer, I was very ill. And it’s something I didn’t understand. I was a good woman, with a good heart, That cancer tore me apart. And there was nothing I can say or do. My heart aches to see myself in such displace, Yet, Quitely, I managed to put a smile on my […]