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You know that stress and cancer recovery are deeply connected. But do you know how stressed you are and where is your stress coming...
Dubai-based Cancer Thriver Anand Soni underwent autologous stem cell transplant for cancer after he was diagnosed with Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma in Dec 2012. As part...
Two young filmmakers go on a journey of discovery, following an Tibetan Medicine expert as he treats people with cancer.
Just how much does our “mind” control the physical health of our body? Do the emotions we feel have any effect on our immune system? Science is beginning to scratch at the surface of these questions.
An essential introduction for anyone who wants to understand the deeper relationship between stress, illness and healing.
An overview of the 5 Levels of Being and the corresponding 5 Stressors.
Sherri Lynn completed her ninth and final Avon Walk for Breast Cancer in September.
Charlotte Kitley narrates her life story to inspire people who are in a similar position. "Never give up" she says.
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.
Research suggests that many cancer patients, especially those with a poor prognosis, show some common traits, called 'Type C' behaviour patterns.
Positive thinking and cancer survival are deeply connected. Our language and mindset about cancer reflects how we see cancer. The negative vocabulary around the...
World champion cyclist, Lance Armstrong seemed invincible till he was diagnosed with testicular cancer
How does Homeopathy view and address cancer? Dr. Tejaswini Kulkarni-Bhat, a leading Mumbai-based homeopath provides guidance.
Inspiring talk by Randy Pausch, diagnosed with terminal cancer, speaking about the important things in life.
Brian's Song is an outstanding film which portrays the value of true friendship and unyielding support during the difficult cancer journey
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.
Former England batsman and cricket commentator Geoffrey Boycott was diagnosed with throat cancer in 2002 but returned as a commentator in 2004. His fellow commentators state that his illness has altered his voice and led to a more pleasant personality!
Cricketer Yuvraj Singh's cancer journey was covered extensively in the media. Yuvi's openness on social media also lead him to receive an enormous amount of support from his fans and well-wishers.
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.
In the final instalment of the series, Bill Moyers gives us an inside view of a successful holistic and integrated program for cancer patients.
Now, Hodgkin lymphoma is considered one of the most curable cancers due to rapid and successful advancements in treatments and diagnosis.
Will we continue writing off every approach to treatment other than Western medicine when it could possibly give us a fighting chance at a longer and healthier life?
Cancer is a very expensive disease and can throw your family's long-term plans awry. Renowned financial planner Lovaii Navlakhi tells us 4 ways to be better prepared for such a crisis.
How you relate with doctors can make a big difference to your hospital stay. Here are some tips.
The essentials you need to pack to make your hospital stay bearable, maybe even pleasant!
Hospital stays can be tough. Here are a few pointers to make your hospitalisation better.
A message for Yuvraj Singh and all the brave ‘thrivers’ everywhere, who are grappling with this game-changer called cancer.
Hospital stays can be tough. Here are a few pointers to make your hospitalisation better.
How to prepare when it is time to check in to the hospital
The first scary trip to the hospital, and how to deal with it
People use the generic phrase "cancer patient" to describe those affected by cancer, irrespective of their stage or condition. Sometimes "cancer survivors" is also...
Mainstream (allopathic) cancer treatments include surgery, chemotherapy, radiotherapy and biotherapy.
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.
Financial planner Lovaii Navlakhi offers surprising advice for life after cancer: Focus on creating a healthy lifstyle first, work next and money last!
Lovaii Navlakhi shares valuable guidelines on how to make a smooth and hassle-free claim for your medical and critical illness insurance.
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.
Surviving cancer - the five things that successful thrivers do, which you can learn from.
A compilation of some jokes about Cancer!
From chemotherapy to symptom management and from post-operative to palliative care, research demonstrates reflexology's effectiveness in alleviating pain, relieving anxiety, easing nausea and more for cancer patients
A playful activity for children with cancer, turns into an impromptu basketball game where everyone joins in!
A few light-hearted funnies about cancer!
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 this 2nd article, Jeroo talks us through her 'maintenance' diet and shares those all important dietary "do's" and "don'ts"!
How Jeroo Mulla's radical diet therapy, combined with yoga & meditation helped her become a Cancer Thriver!
Sandhya Sharad shares the story of Tejas Kumar, a young cancer survivor who overcame many odds to succeed in school.
In laughter, he breathes his last. This is the story of Anand, who turned his cancer into a joyous experience that touched many lives.
What happens when “C” arrives unexpectedly and you have no medical insurance or critical illness cover? What then?
A conversation with Financial Planner, Lovaii Navlakhi, gives you the must-know information about the critical illness cover; a must-have if you have a family history of cancer.
Take a break with these lighthearted jokes and powerful quote.
Tibetan Medicine expert, Dr. Dorjee Rapten Neshar answers questions about Cancer. 2nd in a series of two articles.
Tibetan Medicine expert, Dr. Dorjee Rapten Neshar answers questions about Cancer. 1st in a series of two articles.
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.
The awesome technology of modern medicine casts an image of such great potency and knowledge that it is hard to believe our individual resources can make much difference to the healing process. Here's a documented anecdote that says otherwise!
Research shows that optimists live longer after their cancer diagnosis, irrespective of other crucial factors like stage of disease and type of cancer.
'Hope' Vs. 'Dread': The key to Carl & Stephanie Simonton's successful approach to Cancer, based on Relaxation and Positive Mental Imagery.
A landmark book about how cancer can trigger a change of direction, leading to a happier, more fulfilled and healthier life. It includes powerful exercises which help patients create a healing program for themselves.
An inspiring and insightful story by Katie Gill from the book: Chicken Soup for the Teenage Soul II.
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?"
Marital stress following cancer diagnosis and treatment can adversely affect the immune system and slow down healing. Research confirms this and the results are compelling.
Not expressing emotions can add up over time and cause illness. Our featured expert Lalitha Mathew shares how the Journey process can help to release these long-held emotions and bring about healing.
Support groups are beacons of hope and confidence for people suffering from cancer. Here's one in Bangalore!
Tragic, comic and ultimately, an inspiring movie about the choices we can make to look at terminal illness in another light.
This little poem was written by Daisy and Jessica Mash as a eulogy to the white blood cell, the front-line defender of our Immune system.
Sharing your feelings about traumatic events may be difficult, but it can lead to significant health benefits.
We ask you to honour cancer, not fight it. Can you see cancer as a gift: an opportunity to discover yourselves, to appreciate what truly matters and to live life differently, than before.
Every difficult life event brings spiritual stress with it. Here's how to make sense of it, and transition into a new equilibrium of health and wellness.
Is the health of your closest relationships affecting your health? What are some of your negative relationship patterns and how you can repair them.
Where do negative emotions come from? What are the emotional patterns that create distress in your life?
What core beliefs are holding your healing back? How can you disable that nagging self-talk and make space for your Inner Coach?
Discover what your physical stressors may be, and how you can turn them into strengths.
See exactly how stress affects us inside the body. Learn what happens when we are in 'stressful' and 'restful' states.
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.
Powerful and unique insights to help you 'decode' cancer.
Finding the 'sweet spot' when it comes to dietary and life-style changes.
In cervical cancer, look into what societal norms you follow and what beliefs you have inherited from your family.
What kind of emotional and mental patterns can trigger colon cancer?
Diving into some deeper issues and questions about why blood cancers arise.
Insight into the formation of one of the most feared cancers; pancreatic cancer.
If you have ovarian cancer, asking the right questions about these areas in your life may help you get insights about what may have...
Emotional Freedom Techniques are gaining increasing popularity around the world for quick and immediate relief from emotional and physical problems. Let us understand it...
A popular forum for discussions about the various issues around cancer. Cancer Compass is a forum where you can discover and share cancer-related information...
This article looks at stomach cancer through a psychological and energetic lens and offers questions for introspection, that can contribute to recovery.
"Diet is a major contributor in 35% of all cancers" says Dr. Richard Doll in his book, Causes of Cancer. This, by the way,...
The emerging science which shows how stress causes illness and why that is important for cancer patients.
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.
Environmental and lifestyle factors are the most likely causes of cancer, according to a new study, which finds little evidence of the disease in ancient times.
"When we change our language, we change our mindset". If you have cancer or know someone with cancer, here are a few ways to look at cancer differently ... and powerfully.
Great source for answers to the most common cancer questions.
Learn the basics of EFT or Emotional Freedom Technique and deal with the emotional strain of going through cancer or providing care to someone...
Guided imagery and hypnotherapy strengthen immunity
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.
Healing results from treating the 'whole person' with an effective combination of different healing systems.
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!