Accept Your Disease

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Share your cancer experiences once, and give the gift of hindsight to cancer patients.
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Change Your Priorities
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Exercise
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June 7, 2014
Nature has provided us essentially fatty acids that heal, and we have found a way to make them stable and bioavailable great antioxidan
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June 7, 2014
What are the benefits of "Accepting Your Disease"
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Chris Ryan June 26, 2015
The social network specific to offering researched socially vetted BENEFITS pertaining to the "Accept Your Disease" Module of the Cancer.im User Manual
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Chris Ryan September 30, 2014
Does social support from family and friends work as a buffer against reactions to stressful life events such as terminal cancer? Palliative and Supportive Care 5:61-9 (46
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Chris Ryan September 24, 2014
Does social support from family and fri... [Palliat Support Care. 2007] - PubMed - NCBI
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Chris Ryan September 24, 2014
Tilburg University Predictors of psychosocial outcomes in women with early stage breast cancer
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Chris Ryan September 24, 2014
Social Support - Community Support and Breast Cancer Survival | Susan G. Komen®
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Chris Ryan September 24, 2014
Her research includes a longitudinal study of marital quality in breast cancer patients, examining oxytocin as a mediator of the salutary effects of close personal relationship on disease progression. This was a five-year study funded by the Army Medical Research Program in Breast Cancer Research. She is also collaborating on animal model studies of oxytocin and social bonding with Denise Frank, PhD, an animal behavior research specialist at the Arizona Cancer Center. She is also currently funded by the National Cancer Institute through a R01 grant to investigate emotion regulation and depression in breast cancer survivorship.
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Chris Ryan September 24, 2014
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Chris Ryan September 24, 2014
Dependable social relationships predict over... [J Psychosom Res. 2005] - PubMed - NCBI
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Chris Ryan September 24, 2014
Social support is defined as a network of family/friends who provide practical and emotional help. A sizable literature describes a direct relationship between social support and improved cancer clinical outcomes. This study explored the extent of social support and its potential association with survival and adverse events in geriatric lung cancer patients.
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Chris Ryan September 24, 2014
The social network specific to offering researched socially vetted BENEFITS pertaining to the "Accept Your Disease" Module of the Cancer.im User Manual
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Chris Ryan September 18, 2014
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