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Healing Setback
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- Manage your expectations
- Lack of oncology nutritionists
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- Extravagant claims
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- TCM - Controversy
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- 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
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Surviving Cancer
   - Importance Of Support
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Hospice Care
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   - Living Fully in the Face of Death
   - Types Of Hospice Care
   - Home Help Service
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   - Pain Management
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- Mesothelioma
Art transforms into compassion
Contributed by cancer survivor, Ms Nora Ng living in Singapore. Contributed by cancer survivor, Ms Nora Ng living in Singapore.

Motivational Message by a breast cancer survivor

In 1999, at the age of 30 years old, Ms Nora Ng was diagnosed with breast cancer. Immediately she went for an operation and received chemotherapy treatment. In her most difficult times, her friends rallied around her to provide care and support.

Today, she had completed her mainstream treatment and currently taking Chinese herbal medicine to maintain her health. She remains as cheerful and positive as before and has returned to work. Cancer has provided a new insight into life and she hopes to share her cancer experience and help other cancer patients to cope with cancer. She will be writing her story at a later date. In the meantime, she will like to share the following message with all cancer patients :

Even though things look cloudy,
they'll get better soon.
Just remember that it's true:
it takes rain to make rainbows,
lemons to make lemonade,
and sometimes it takes difficulties
to make us stronger and better people.

The sun will shine again soon...you'll see.
--Collin McCarty

Contributed by :
Nora Ng
1st October 2000

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