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Surviving Cancer Gives Me A Second Birthday

Birthday holds a special meaning for us cancer survivors. It is not just a celebration of our age, it is also a celebration of love, life, and laughter despite cancer tried to crush us down. Three years from today, I was diagnosed with rare cancer and it was the month Continue Reading

Free Advice: Stop Counting Days, Enjoy Each Day Instead

What cancer has taught me? Here’s a piece of free advice: stop counting your days, enjoy each day instead. It’s not coming back again! You may think I’m crazy – well, yes you may be right! But, don’t say because my cancer is not malignant unlike others, it is easy Continue Reading

Ultimate Lifestyle Tips For Hypothyroid Patients

Is there a way to live well with hypothyroidism? Certainly, there are lots of ways to lead yourself an overall healthy lifestyle and that includes eating well and exercising. But, not only those, there are more things you can do to live well with hypothyroidism. Eat well and exercise! Being Continue Reading

An Eye-opener: Confidential Facts About Hypothyroidism

If you already read my previous article about Tien, I shared to you many beautiful photos of her. And you might say, “She doesn’t look sick!” Well, that’s why we don’t judge a book by its cover. In behalf of all patients with hypothyroid including Tien, I want to share Continue Reading

Skin Care During Radiation Therapy

Cancer does not only have an effect on our emotional and mental aspect, but it also does affect our physical aspect. Radiation therapy is one of the treatments a doctor will recommend to a patient before/after surgical tumor removal. The procedure of radiation therapy is to use high doses of Continue Reading

A Calming Voice, a Helping Hand: Love and Financial Advice for a Bereaved Senior

People who lose a spouse are caught in a kind of harsh dual reality. On one hand, you’re dealing with what’s probably the most tragic event of your life, the emotionally-crippling loss of a spouse. At the same time, you’re faced with a list of financial and legal concerns, many Continue Reading

Why You Should Administer Self-Care If You Have Cancer

This article is written by Scott Sanders, creator of CancerWell.org, which provides resources and support for anyone who has been affected by any form of cancer. CieloCielo Superticioso, is the author of The Cancer Voice Asia created last August 2017. Cielo focuses on the remarkable benefits of sharing her story Continue Reading

How Did I Get My Cancer?

The sad truth is, scientists don’t know exactly what causes most soft tissue sarcomas. They still don’t know why most soft tissue sarcomas develop in people who have no apparent risk factors. As a leiomyosarcoma survivor, I am going to bring back my own experience from the first day my cancer Continue Reading

What Does Normal Mean, Anyway?

Seriously, what does normal mean, anyway? That was Forrest’s awesome mother blurted out during her conversation with the flirty school principal. Well, have you thought about that? What’s normal anyways? Being normal does not really have a true definition because everything is just — relative. You really don’t have to Continue Reading

How To Deal An Emotional Pain When Someone You Love Has Cancer

When the news comes in your house that your spouse, sibling, parent or anyone you love the most in your life has cancer it brings you also to an emotional trauma. No one ever likes to hear the 6-letter word cancer. Upon hearing those words is like tearing anyone’s heart Continue Reading

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