Our last instalment of positivity from the mysterious CB. CB has been kind enough to document her experience of cancer from diagnosis onwards.
By tag: cancer
Many thanks to Rebecca Goodyear for her first blog for Beauty Despite Cancer. Rebecca has a hectic social life and it is reflected by her first blog!
There is absolutely no escaping politics, even in the world of cancer. Believe it or not, it even exists in the waiting rooms between patients, Chris Lewis tells us more.
Fiona Brunt has more experience than anyone we know in helping you to recognise yourself as you go through treatment for cancer.
Hello. I’m Lisa, one of the girls setting up a company called Embrace. We want to provide some of the much needed support for ladies suffering from cancer and the dreadful effects of treatment.
Andrea, our very own physio writes for Well-Being. Here she let’s us know what to expect from her future posts.
Angelina Jolie, Sharon Osbourne, Michelle Heaton are just a few women making the headlines this year with their decision to have preventative mastectomies due to being carriers of a faulty breast cancer gene - BRCA, now our very own Fran makes headlines too.
When you are diagnosed with cancer many thoughts go through your head, but it is strange the first one that popped into my head was ‘will I lose my hair’? I don’t think I’m alone here, I know many people who have been diagnosed with cancer and we all have the same concern to one degree or another, how will the cancer treatment affect how I look?
According to the principles of Chinese Face Reading, the internal organ systems are represented in different areas of the face; therefore focussing on changes in the appearance of your face, be it muscle tone or the texture of your skin, can keep you aware of any internal imbalances.
Radiant Wraps Come to the UK, allowing cancer patients dignity and style during treatment.
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