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Over the ages, ignorance and social stigma have fuelled these Cancer myths. Let's bring Cancer into the light! Myths are powerful; they attract us and...
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In this instalment, Bill Moyers visits various medical professionals who are doing their best to bring together the science of medicine (cure) with the art of healing (care).
Cancer survior adopts a pet crab and transforms his life watch and share the video
How expressing love or anger and meditating for just 45 minutes a day can help one's healing, even when affected by chronic illnesses like cancer and AIDS.
Hospice nurses Maggie Callahan and Patricia Kelley identify the important signs just prior to and up to the time of death, so you know what to expect and ways in which you can ease the passing.
This rom-com-drama centers around a complex mother-daughter relationship and its unexpected turn when the daughter is diagnosed with terminal cancer.
A playful activity for children with cancer, turns into an impromptu basketball game where everyone joins in!
An intern's account of her experiences at Samiksha, an exclusive learning and activity centre for children with cancer.
Sandhya Sharad shares the story of Tejas Kumar, a young cancer survivor who overcame many odds to succeed in school.
How patients and care-givers can cope with Death, by embracing, rather than fighting the inevitable.
Cancer brings great change, yes. But what to make of that change is up to you.
"The care-giver must keep a positive frame of mind, whatever the situation". Mrs. M. Tiwari talks about her journey as primary care-giver to her daughter Dr. K. Tiwari, who is a breast cancer thriver.
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.
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?"
Karunashraya offers palliative care to advanced stage cancer patients, so they can experience comfort, peace and dignity in the final stage of their disease.
Support groups are beacons of hope and confidence for people suffering from cancer. Here's one in Bangalore!
How to 'reclaim your power' and learn the 'growth' lessons you need to learn.
How to break free of the co-dependence trap.
Caring as a painful, yet powerful growth opportunity
Reaching out for support while dealing with the fear and pain.
Finding the 'sweet spot' when it comes to dietary and life-style changes.
To give care, you need to take care of yourself first.
There's lots of help for people going through cancer, but very little for their care-givers. This series of articles provides a map and some valuable tips!