17
Feb
Here's How To Manage Your Eating Problems After Chemo. Photo by Mom Junction

Here’s How To Manage Your Eating Problems After Chemo

One of the challenges during your chemotherapy is not only hair loss but also the changes in your appetite during or after your treatment. Aside from many side effects, chemo can do to your body, the worst is when you lose your appetency to your food. So here’s how to manage your eating problems during or […]

4
Feb
Radiation Therapy via Head & Neck Cancer Guide

Things To Do Before Radiation Treatment

Right after my surgical tumor removal, the next treatment that I need to undergo is Radiation Therapy. I was too anxious for the preparation of this treatment. It’s always a first-time experience since during my cancer diagnosis. Preparation is indeed hard, but I would like to share some helpful tips that you might consider doing […]

30
Jan
Top 10 Fight Songs For Someone Has Cancer. Photo by Aiony Haust on Unsplash

Top 10 Fight Songs For Someone Has Cancer

Music therapy. Its absolute magic helps us no matter what we’re going through. Music therapy is very known to any supportive cancer care that it has given enormous advantages to anyone including to those who are sick. In listening to the right music it can help someone to: express their emotions cope with symptoms of […]

11
Nov
The Cancer Voice Asia | How Did I Get My Cancer? Photo by Martin Brosy on Unsplash.

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 grew. May 2015, I started […]

23
Oct
The Cancer Voice Asia | What does normal mean, anyway? Photo by Vinicius Amano on Unsplash

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 be normal. Let your unrestrained […]

21
Oct
The Cancer Voice Asia | When something small leads to something big.

When Something Small Leads To Something Big

A very important message from The Cancer Voice Asia to The Cancer Voice Vietnam. This is the time that everyone needs to be involved in the fight against childhood cancer. Every year there are unnumbered families in Vietnam who can hear “Your child has cancer.” Can we do something about it? There are things you […]

15
Sep
Don't Be Afraid To Lose Someone You Love

Don’t Be Afraid To Lose Someone You Love

It is quite contradictory of being not afraid to lose someone you love because just even thinking of death, it is already quite scary. But for Forrest, although he experiences multiple deaths of those he loves and cares about. In the entire film, he experiences all sorts of emotions, and he is never exempted from […]

4
Sep
The Cancer Voice Asia | Could You Spare Some Time For A Quick Chat?

Could You Spare Some Time For A Quick Chat?

Have you ever asked yourself, “What can I do with my time that is important?” I can never think about the past that my parents became very successful in their endeavors in life. Before my father died, he was unemployed for years, ended up selling animals while suffering from a heart disease and had unending […]

29
Aug
The Cancer Voice Asia | The sunflower is dedicated to every Sarcoma patients & survivors. Photo by Aaron Burden on Unsplash

I Find Meaning In Life After Healing From All Traumatic Experiences

There is more to life than being happy. You may say that I am one of the most unfortunate persons in the world that had experienced different life’s prejudice one after another. Well, you are right, I am one of them and also one of them that make these traumatic events help me grow as […]

10
Aug
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