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Archive for August, 2012


Night Sweats are Not Something you Should Lose Sleep Over




The following is a guest post from: Wendy Collett of Drybabe.com. Wendy’s Company has created a product that we believe would be especially helpful to women who are experiencing uncomfortable symptoms due to chemotherapy, radiation therapy and menopause. Night Sweats are Not Something you Should Lose Sleep Over Ahhh, sleep. An important thing to get […]

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“Cancer Fighters” Make A Perfect Gift




We just profiled The Tea Can Company on CancerFreeRadio.com. We already know that tea is an excellent source of cancer fighting antioxidants. The Tea Can Company maintains a Breast Cancer Awareness line that not only donates 10% to fight breast cancer, they also have fundraising programs that charities can use to further the efforts to […]

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Delta Medicine by Dr. Yann Rougier – Natural Therapies for the Five Functions of Cellular Health




  Delta Medicine by Dr. Yann Rougier Natural Therapies for the Five Functions of Cellular Health An effective and perfectly safe complement to standard medical treatments, including chemotherapy and radiation, Delta Medicine’s gentle transformations offer a way to actively participate in your own healing. This simple five-part program gives your body the support it needs […]

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Inspiring Cancer Survivor: Cheryl Therrien




Cheryl Therrien’s moniker is: Geek Girl. Geek Girl is a tech nerd & breast cancer survivor. CLICK HERE to see our full profile of Cheryl on Cancer Free Radio’s website.             …

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Can Massage Be Helpful to Cancer Patients?




The following is a guest post from Melanie Bowen, an Awareness Advocate from the Cancer Alliance Massage therapy is used in a variety of clinical settings for alleviating stress and relieving pain. For people who have been diagnosed with cancers like breast cancer or mesothelioma, massage therapy can significantly improve their quality of life and […]

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The Pink Paper – offers inspiration, hope and information to nourish the mind, body and spirit during a Cancer Experience




Here is a special Resource that you should know about: The Pink Paper The Pink Paper was founded by Editor-in-Chief Natalie Palmer and Publisher Roy Gardner. Natalie is a metastatic breast cancer thriver and was compelled to launch a resource that focused on prevention. The Pink Paper is a free monthly magazine that as Natalie […]

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Cancer Survivor Spotlight: Ali Maloy
Author of:CANCER CRASH COURSE: What to Expect When You’ve Got Cancer




If you’ve recently been diagnosed with cancer, you probably already realize how terrifying “facing cancer” can be—you are dealing with the crippling horror right now. The day my doctor told me I had cancer is still as clear in my head as if it happened yesterday. The diagnosis itself is nothing short of petrifying—but going […]

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