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Cancer basics - how a malignant tumour develops, spreads, kills and dies.
An excerpt from Bronnie Ware's article, with simple and powerful insights that are relevant for those who are dying (as well as for everyone else!)
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.
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 specific tips for cancer patients and additional resources that you can use.
Jasmine Bharatan shares 4 case studies on how EFT/ Tapping have helped clients with cancer.
This rom-com-drama centers around a complex mother-daughter relationship and its unexpected turn when the daughter is diagnosed with terminal cancer.
When an elderly person is diagnosed with cancer, their life changes and so does the life of their caregiver!
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.
2000 Bangaloreans participate in the 2011 Terry Fox run and raise Rs.15 lakhs (USD 30,000) for Cancer research!
The Terry Fox Run is an annual, non-competitive charity event held in numerous regions around the world in commemoration of Canadian cancer activist Terry Fox, and his Marathon of Hope, and to raise money for cancer research. Nitin Tolani, a bone-cancer thriver has made it his mission to bring it to Bangalore.
"Love means never having to say sorry". Watch this classic, touching movie about the joy of young love and the pain of eternal separation.
In laughter, he breathes his last. This is the story of Anand, who turned his cancer into a joyous experience that touched many lives.
How patients and care-givers can cope with Death, by embracing, rather than fighting the inevitable.
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!
Without trivialising cancer, can we see the humour in it? Here are a few 'ticklers'!
Tragic, comic and ultimately, an inspiring movie about the choices we can make to look at terminal illness in another light.
Sharing your feelings about traumatic events may be difficult, but it can lead to significant health benefits.
Discover what your physical stressors may be, and how you can turn them into strengths.
CPAA is one of India's leading cancer support organisations. It is very active in providing a range of services in the 'Total Management of Cancer'.