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However, the web contents can still be read like a book without further update.
Healing Setback
- Means Test
- Are you ready to "take on" your doctor?
- Can you "fire" your doctor?
- Manage your expectations
- Lack of oncology nutritionists
- Nutrition Maze
- Extravagant claims
- Rare Cancers
- TCM - Controversy
- TCM - Book Review
- Reflection
- Magic Cure
- Man-made Rules
- It's about money
Understanding Cancer
- What is Cancer?
- Stage of Cancer
- Dictionary of Cancer Terms
- Tumour Marker
- Self Examination
- Symptoms of Various Cancer
- Healing & Curing
- Human Papilloma Virus
Cancer Challenge
   - Cancer's Victim Experience
   - The 8 Overcoming Tools
   - Motivational Message
   - Counselling/Cancer Helpline
   - Financial Issues
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   - Coping With Side Effects
   - Coping With Hair Loss
   - Sexuality and Cancer
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Surviving Cancer
   - Importance Of Support
   - Support Group
Hospice Care
   - Cancer's Victim Experience
   - Living Fully in the Face of Death
   - Types Of Hospice Care
   - Home Help Service
   - Directory Of Hospices
   - Pain Management
   - Advance Medical Directive Act
Special Corners
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- Kids' Corner
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- Will & Estate
- Water Cures, Drugs Kill
- Jurong Health Connect
- Mesothelioma
Art transforms into compassion
This poem was written by Ms Jackie Tully, an American. She fought breast cancer for 8 years.

Oh what monster do I know

Oh what monster do I know

As it sits and tries to grow

Do not think that you will succeed

For you have met your match in me

Oh what Life you have tried to change

But I am smart, I will rearrange

Do not think that you have won

Because my fight has just begun

Oh what Sense of loss of flesh

As I have to loose my breast

Do not think you can hide or breed

For you have will not find a home in me

Oh what poison will make me sick

But you will die with every drip

Do not think now you can escape

Because I know you have met your fate

Oh what you put my body through

As I find ways to rid of you

Do not think you can live in me

For I am going to strangle thee

Oh what times I go through depression

But I will take medication for suppression

Do not think you have got me down

Because I have just released the hounds

Oh what monster do I know

But I have to tell you so

Do not think that my life is done

For now, My life has just begun

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