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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

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 Continue Reading

Find Strength In Your Pain

PAIN: Feel it, live it, embrace it, and learn from it. For some people who suffer pain 24/7, it just takes it out of them not just physically but emotionally and mentally. It just drags them down more and more, the worst thing about is, it’s never going away. I Continue Reading

What’s Your “WHAT NOW” Moment?

Life is a series of moments called NOW. “Now, what?” What the hell I am going to do now? Have you already asked yourself like this? Surviving from any traumatic experiences, such as abuse (sexual, physical, or emotional), neglect, life-threatening¬†accidents, separation, loss of loved ones, and cancer — making a Continue Reading

Pay It Forward

“Holding a grudge doesn’t make you strong; it makes you bitter. FORGIVING doesn’t make you weak; it sets you free.” ~Dave Willis Cancer can either make you bitter or better. I can choose to be bitter and be miserable for the rest of my life because I have many reasons Continue Reading

Let Cancer Be Your Teacher

Looking back, having cancer was the best thing that ever happened to me. Don’t get me wrong. Cancer is never the best thing that can happen to anyone, especially to children. But having cancer, I became stronger with a clearer vision of life. Perhaps, a cancer survivor like me that Continue Reading

Women Who Are Unapologetically Bitches Beat Cancer

There are no much stronger women in this world that I know but only those women who beat cancer that stood up after winning the battle against cancer and become an inspiration to everyone. When women were defined as weak in general; plus, having cancer makes them much weaker. Well, Continue Reading

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