Posts Tagged ‘chemotherapy’

Chemo is tough enough. Drab surroundings make it even worse! RoomsThatRock4Chemo is headed by Nancy Ballard. With some paint and talent, they create  a vibrant,…

Loyal, strong, determined, resilient, compassionate, honest, and brave. Charles Frederick Porter II was born in Oxford England to an English mother with Jewish…

Loyal, strong, determined, resilient, compassionate, honest, and brave. Charles Frederick Porter II was born in Oxford England to an English mother with Jewish…

Loyal, strong, determined, resilient, compassionate, honest, and brave. Charles Frederick Porter II was born in Oxford England to an English mother with Jewish…

Loyal, strong, determined, resilient, compassionate, honest, and brave. Charles Frederick Porter II was born in Oxford England to an English mother with Jewish…

Nancy Ballard is the Founder and Executive Director of RoomsThatRock4Chemo. Rooms That Rock 4 Chemo (RTR4C) pioneering work to transform uninspired spaces into…

In the Spring of 2006, Rae Armantrout was diagnosed with a rare form of adrenal cortical cancer with a survival rate of 5%. Every day, Rae jotted down her notes…

Word cloud by Tagul.com Jill Meyer-Lippert and Jennifer Brown are co-authors of a series of in-depth articles on the oral side effects of cancer treatment and t…

It was Christmas time 1978 and all I wanted was a Simon (you know the old-fashioned pattern game; it was all the rage in 1978); more than that though I wanted t…

A combination of experiences professionally and personally as a caregiver for loved ones with cancer, made  Jill Meyer-Lippert acutely aware of the importance o…

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