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Attention BC Patients- BC Cancer Agency is looking for survey participants

The Patient & Family Counselling team  at the BC Cancer Agency wants to know about your experience visiting their Emotional Support, Practical Support and Support Programs… 89 more words


Edmonton- Gynecologic Cancer Education Forum on September 25th

Ovarian Cancer Canada and Alberta Health Services will be putting on an education forum about Gynecologic Cancer. 95 more words


Opportunity Calling: Version 2.0 or Some Like it Hot

Liver surgery has something in common with real estate, location is important. Some patients have several liver tumors all located in one lobe of the liver that I can remove surgically with a right or left hepatectomy. 2,197 more words

Baylor College Of Medicine

My Body Is an Amazing, Self-Healing Organism

Three years after my mastectomy, my body continues to heal.

When the surgeon removed my left breast in August of 2012, he sent off my sentinel lymph node for a biopsy. 158 more words


Survivorship: my life illustrated

Recently, Heather posted a really funny article at Invasive Duct Tales about her cancer feelings in animation (thank you for the laugh and for the idea, Heather!). 163 more words

Coping After Cancer

Joint Tenancy versus Tenancy in Common

After some confusing conversations lately with clients, today’s blog post is about Joint Tenancy & Tenancy in Common.  This post is a summary of the larger linked article. 263 more words

Joint Tenancy

Memory Attention Training Program- starting September 24th

Since chemotherapy, are you noticing problems or changes with short term memory, word recall, concentration or multi-tasking? There is something you can do.

The Memory Attention Training Program is one of a few cancer specific cognitive skills groups offered in North America and includes eight, 1 hour sessions that provide: 132 more words