anticancerclub. Very useful American site, lots of info on food and all kinds of integrative medicine without being extreme, started by a woman with lymphoma, newsletter you can subscribe to.
Cancer-related fatigue. Youtube clip about coping with this with entertaining & useful animated drawings, good info from Canadian Dr Mike Evans.
Cancersupportfrance. This is an association of support groups active in France which offer support to English-speaking people touched by cancer in France.
cancernet is based on the book Lifestyle and Cancer by oncologist Prof Robert Thomas (which we have in LT library), can subscribe to newsletter.
thecancersurvivorsclub. Based on the book of the same name by UK journalist Chris Geiger (which we’ll get a copy of for library).
chris-cancercommunity.blogspot. Businessman with mantle cell lymphoma, stem cell transplant, working for lots of charities now.
Green People, producers of natural and organic skin care products, have a Chemo Skin Care Guide on their website
insurancewith. Many of you may already know about this company set up by professional insurance broker with cancer to help people with medical conditions obtain travel insurance at very competitive rates.
Living Well Active newsletter. Under Living Well TV, you can watch a 3-minute video Fit for Life Tripudio starring our very own Elizabeth!
The Mesothelioma Guide is an advocacy organization dedicated to helping patients diagnosed with asbestos illnesses. It specializes in connecting patients with doctors and treatment options.
Mummysstar supports women and their families affected by cancer during pregnancy or within 12 months after giving birth.
Nicola Bourne of Fab Woman’s Guide now has an upbeat blog.
notanotherbunchofflowers company run by a woman with cancer offering a range of useful and attractive gifts for people having treatment, in hospital etc. Useful for ideas even if not wanting to buy.
Read the feature article on Poundbury Cancer Institute in The Pathologist, Sep 2015, pages 18-27. R1 and R2 protection for skincare during radiotherapy, apparently available on NHS.
Sophie Sabbage (friend of Rosie Jackson and great blog writer) has published The Cancer Whisperer: How to let cancer heal your life, downloadable to your Kindle on http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01661YN0O. She also has free downloads “Trace the roots of your cancer” on her website.
Something to look forward to is a charity which provides cancer survivors and their families with something to look forward to.
WHY is a charity that provides one-to-one counselling and emotional support to cancer patients, their families, friends and carers on a weekly basis for adults and children in various locations north of Dorset. The nearest place is Yeovil.