Message from Vijay

Hello again! I am delighted to restart our monthly newsletter after a long absence, and that too, during 'PINKTOBER' i.e. Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Breast cancer is the most common cancer among women worldwide, with over 2 million new cases diagnosed every year. Alarmingly, breast cancer incidence is growing rapidly in developing countries too: approx 200,000 new cases in India each year. A lot needs to be done and we focus on Holistic & Integrated approaches to support mainstream medical care. We salute all those mothers, sisters and daughters for whom breast cancer is a reality and for whom it is a possibility. As always, we invite you to read, comment, reply and share these articles with all those in your circle, who may benefit. Warmly, Vijay.

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Breast Cancer Awareness Month

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.

How The Yogic System Views Cancer: By Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev

Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev explains how the Yogic system views cancer and recommends some simple dietary and spiritual practices to curtail the disease.

Support Groups Can Double Cancer Survival Rates

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.

How Hypnotherapy Approaches Cancer

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.

Thriver Stories

From Hurt to Healing

Thriver Ivy Roche shares her cancer journey, particularly about the support she got from her family & friends and how came out stronger and victorious.

Audacity of Hope: Breast Cancer Thriver With An Iron Will (1...

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.

Regaining My Identity After Breast Cancer: Rita Banik (1 of 2)

Breast cancer (and its treatment) can leave deep emotional scars. Learn how Cancer Thriver Rita Banik found her strength and rediscovered herself during the...

The Joy of Caring: Magic In Your Hands!

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.

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