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Warning Signs of Paediatric Cancers

Cancers are malignant (malicious) growths or tumours caused by abnormal and uncontrolled cell division which may spread to other parts of the body through the lymphatic system or the blood stream. 587 more words


Childhood Cancers on the Rise in Ghana

Childhood cancer is on the increase in Ghana with only two out of ten children with cancer surviving in the country.

Mr Dennis Ocansey, the Programme Manager of the Non-Communicable Disease Control Programme (NCD) at the Korle-bu Teaching hospital has indicated that childhood cancers have increased in the country over the years. 532 more words


Pearl Wu, the Cancer-Fighting Female Warrior: Running Makes Life Even More Precious

How she found the love of her life: running! A tale of inspiration here, from the Newspapers, translated…

The Wanjingshi Marathon is about to begin next month, the sponsoring agencies invited the cancer-fighting female warrior, Pearl Wu to speak. 398 more words

Experiences Of Life

Michael Bublé’s Son Cancer-Free!

Michael Bublé and his wife, Luisana Lopilato’s 3 year old son Noah was diagnosed with a very rare type of liver cancer, which affects only 1 in 1 million children, in November, 2016. 302 more words


My Father's fight against Cancer.

I feel sick in my stomach, weak in my knees, and the choking in my throat as I write this. But someone told me that I have a gift for expression, so I want to pen down a part of my journey to make you and your loved ones aware of what terrible sufferings exist in this world. 2,193 more words


Food As Medicine: The dichotomy of western medicine & basic common sense

Before there was western medicine, we had food as medicine.  Ancient people used the roots, herbs and greens available to alleviate symptoms and cure diseases.  Period.  1,252 more words

Mindfulness & Awareness

International Childhood Cancer Day ~15th February

February 15th is International Childhood Cancer Day; a day on which individuals across the globe create awareness around the fact that cancer does not discriminate by age. 901 more words