This is the case study of a breast cancer thriver. During her cancer treatment, she reflected on her life and let go of her...
Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev explains how the Yogic system views cancer and recommends some simple dietary and spiritual practices to curtail the disease.
Sherri Lynn completed her ninth and final Avon Walk for Breast Cancer in September.
Debra Williams tells us that a lifestyle change might be the very thing a cancer patient need, perhaps even more than chemotherapy!
Hypnotherapy is being used more and more, even for illnesses like Cancer. A practicing Hypnotherapist tells us how this powerful approach can complement mainstream cancer treatment.
Vincent Medical Center and Medline come together with the Pink Glove Dance- a fun take on spreading Breast Cancer awareness.
Thriver Ivy Roche shares her cancer journey, particularly about the support she got from her family & friends and how came out stronger and victorious.
When Hollywood actress Suzanne Somers was diagnosed with breast cancer in the April of 2000 she was shocked with the news. “I’m very strong, and...
Australian actress and chart-busting singer, Kylie Minogue was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2005. She underwent treatment and returned to her singing career in just a couple of months.
American singer and song-writer Sheryl Crow was first diagnosed with breast cancer and then with a benign brain tumour. These life-changing events caused her to reflect on her life-path and she made a decision to adopt two children.
When facing a difficult cancer journey, the best way to remain hopeful is to read real examples of courageous people (like Rupa) who have experienced and overcome their illness. Here is Part 2 of her inspiring story.
When facing a difficult cancer journey, the best way to remain hopeful is to read real examples of courageous people (like Rupa) who have experienced and overcome their illness. We bring you Part 1 of her inspiring story.
Accurate staging of cancer is crucial for the appropriate treatment to be prescribed. Here is an introduction to simplify and de-mystify the stage of your cancer.
In his book 'The China Study', T. Colin Campbell presents strong evidence, which correlates dietary habits with breast cancer.
Gunjan Mohanka talks about how a song moved her and got her to move!
Dr. Rita Banik, a breast-cancer thriver, shares a poem on cancer.
Breast cancer (and its treatment) can leave deep emotional scars. Learn how Cancer Thriver Rita Banik found her strength and rediscovered herself during the...
How Dr. Rita Banik regained her identity after undergoing a mastectomy and a breast reconstruction
Jasmine Bharatan shares 4 case studies on how EFT/ Tapping have helped clients with cancer.
Read about how Traditional Chinese Medicine not only helped this teacher better deal with the side-effects of Western medicine, but helped her recover from Cancer itself.
October is Breast Cancer month worldwide. (It's called PINKTOBER). We need your help in raising awareness about it. Especially the little-known link between Breast Cancer and our emotional blocks.
Research reveals the striking association between pessimism and death, and also between optimism and the easing of pain.
Cancer is a disease which affects your mind more than your body. In such a situation how do you help people to deal with it? One answer to this very difficult question is, Care. The act of giving care.
If the Divine mind is the only reality ... and we are what we think about, can we surrender our thoughts to the Divine? Cathy Goodman shows you how it can benefit your health.
Meet this inspiring woman (Vimala Francis) who says "Dying is inevitable. But when life gives you a chance, why not take it and do your part?"
Support groups are beacons of hope and confidence for people suffering from cancer. Here's one in Bangalore!
Cancer is a disease like any other, they just have not found a cure for it yet. But given the humongous research grants, do they even want to? - asks Gunjan Mohanka.
Judyth, diagnosed with breast cancer, shares her story from diagnosis to surgery in an elaborate and uplifting way.
Have you wondered why you have breast cancer? Modern medicine probably hasn't given you a satisfactory explanation. Here are some other perspectives for you to consider.
52-year-old Maria Claudia White's story of overcoming breast cancer
In 1989, Dr. David Spiegel discovered that among breast cancer patients, women who received social support lived twice as long as the women who did not.