Accept Your Disease

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June 7, 2014
Share your cancer experiences once, and give the gift of hindsight to cancer patients.
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June 7, 2014
Research Your Medication
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June 7, 2014
Together as a community lets honor their memory, by building the largest cancer support network EVER.
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October 12, 2014
Exercise
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June 7, 2014
"...I believe that some patients actually die what Harvard physiologist Walter Cannon, MD, once identified as “voodoo death.” In this case, on an emotional level, patients are being convinced that their situation is hopeless.."
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Chris Ryan June 25, 2014
The moments between diagnosis and the beginning of treatment are often the hardest for the person battling cancer. Here is a list of suggestion/tips if you’re diagnosed with cancer.
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Brain Cancer Researcher June 24, 2015
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Chris Ryan October 5, 2014
For the foreseeable future, a single factor—the timeliness and effectiveness of medical care—will determine their survival chances. The availability of such care reflects not only scientific knowledge and medical resources but also the general well-being of Americans as individuals and the quality of life in American society..
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Chris Ryan October 5, 2014
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Chris Ryan October 24, 2015
Are you this person’s physician? Are you just saying this because you want them to be fine but really know that no one knows how this is all going to play out?
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Chris Ryan June 26, 2015
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Dusan Jovanovski June 10, 2015
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Chris Ryan May 19, 2015
Cancer diagnosis — 11 ways to cope with this life-changing news.
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Chris Ryan May 16, 2015
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Chris Ryan May 16, 2015
Whether you have cancer, HIV/AIDS, ALS, MS, heart disease or other life changing condition, you are not your disease DONE
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Chris Ryan April 11, 2015
The management of Cancer is a complex problem. I have been using equipment for some time that is able to decipher if there is a metabolic impairment. Just as type 2 diabetes there is not just a problem with sugar but a problem with metabolizing all carbohydrates and fats
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Chris Ryan January 27, 2015
A great book on surviving with cancer, from an amazing person
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Chris Ryan October 19, 2014
Essential Tips and Facts See that long list of ingredients on the back of the bottle? Some probably aren't as safe as you'd hope.
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Chris Ryan October 13, 2014
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Chris Ryan October 5, 2014
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Rachel VanRinsum September 28, 2014
Breast Cancer Research | Full text | The effect of psychosocial factors on breast cancer outcome: a systematic review
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Chris Ryan September 24, 2014
Accept Your Disease Social Network. Specific to helping people to learn about benefits, support of Accepting Your Disease.
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Chris Ryan September 18, 2014
Ductal carcinoma in situ (DCIS) is the most common type of non-invasive breast cancer. Ductal means that the cancer starts inside the milk ducts, carcinoma refers to any cancer that begins in the skin or other tissues (including breast tissue) that cover or line the internal organs, and in situ means "in its original place." DCIS is called "non-invasive" because it hasn’t spread beyond the milk duct into any normal surrounding breast tissue. DCIS isn’t life-threatening, but having DCIS can increase the risk of developing an invasive breast cancer later on.
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Chris Ryan August 1, 2014
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