Posts Tagged ‘caregiver’

"Our control on the outer world is limited, temporary and often illusory."

William Li discusses a medical revolution based on angiogenesis, the process the body uses to grow blood vessels. The implications for cancer are staggering.

This e-book by Marlys Johnson offers a practical and heartfelt look at managing grief at the holidays. Do you keep family traditions, or put them on hold? Invit…

A year ago, Hubby checked into Hospice House for the second time. Never to return to our home. Not too long after, while running errands, I passed a billboard w…

About the time Hubby’s cancer was taking a sharp left turn, I was scheduled for head surgery – as in, remove portion of skull, push brain aside, untangle some t…

Marlys Johnson, author, speaker, caregiver, blogger, and recent widow, lost her husband Gary to prostate cancer in the Fall of 2014. During the 10 years of batt…

"I believe the mind is the most powerful tool we have. When we create a healthy mind, we are creating a healthy body."

Film maker Alan Blassberg creates a very personal and moving film about the need for information about breast cancer and the BRCA gene for both women and men.

Choices in cancer care can be difficult. Treatments and side effects sometimes have to be balanced against quality of life.

"When you talk with families who have experienced dying, one thing becomes crystal clear: they live with the experience the rest of their lives. "

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