Every Day We Are Killing Cancer by Heather Jose
Go Beyond Treatment approaches cancer differently.
More and more the people I meet don’t know that I have cancer. I don’t look sick. I work, I grocery shop, I do the things people do. But I also fight cancer. I think about it multiple times a day. I feel a pain in my hip and wonder if it is from bone
I have often told people that as the patient/survivor/thriver I am the captain of my wellness team. However, in order to be a captain, there must be a team of people surrounding me. Caregivers (sometime called Co-Survivors) are a crucial component to achieving wellness. My core caregiving team consisted of three people, my husband Larry,
If you are a part of a faith community take a minute to think of what happens when a person from your congregation gets sick. Most often, we add them to some sort of prayer chain and if they will be enduring some type of treatment we offer to bring a meal or two, namely