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Cancer interrupts our experience of life in profound ways. Few experiences short of death are as challenging. We may find ourselves re-examining our entire sense of meaning and purpose. For some, living with cancer awakens a desire for new spiritual practices and perspectives; for others, it sparks a crisis of faith. There are many methods to support and accompany conventional cancer treatment, including plant-based medicines, bodywork, centering practices, talk therapies, support communities, and more.

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The 2 Superfoods We Should Eat!

In this video we are going to look at 2 remarkable foods and their amazing effects on the body. Both foods have powerful anti cancer effects an can affect inflammation.

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The Cancer Journals

First published over forty years ago, The Cancer Journals is a startling, powerful account of Audre Lorde's experience with breast cancer and mastectomy.

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Employment Issues

Cancer and treatment can make it difficult to work. Prepare early for not working for a period of time. Or, there may be ways to change your job duties so you can keep working. Also, consider future possibilities for work—with the same employer or with a new employer.

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FindCenterCancer is just a word that creates fear. Forget about that word, and let’s just focus on balancing your body. All illnesses are just symptoms of imbalance. No illness can remain when your entire system is in balance.

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Cancer Healthy—Managing Loss of Appetite & Nausea During Treatment | El Camino Health

Losing your appetite or feeling nausea are treatment side effects that you may experience. Try these helpful techniques to manage side effects.

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Anticancer: A New Way of Life

David Servan-Schreiber was a rising neuroscientist with his own brain imaging laboratory when, in the middle of an equipment test, he discovered a tumor the size of a walnut in his own brain.

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Going Back to Work

People with cancer often want to get back to work. Their jobs not only give them an income but also a sense of routine. Work helps people feel good about themselves. Before you go back to work, talk with your doctor as well as your boss.

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Integrative Medicine in Cancer Care—Living with Cancer Symposium 2019

Dr. Denise Millstine offers a practical approach to integrative medicine in cancer care at the 2019 Living with and Overcoming My Cancer symposium. This patient and caregiver symposium provides comprehensive, patient-friendly information on the diagnosis and treatment of cancer.

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What to Eat During Cancer Treatment

Featuring 102 new dishes, this second edition provides practical suggestions to help patients and their caregivers anticipate—and overcome—the major challenges of eating well during treatment.

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The Art of Healing

Catherine Ann Lombard explores how imagery and artistic expression can help clients cope with cancer.

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