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Guest blog: The OWise App – what is it and how can it help you?

Guest blog: The OWise App – what is it and how can it help you?

This week’s guest blog is from the OWise team. You may have seen OWise on social media (with their really informative posts about breast cancer) or come across their App. In this guest blog, they tell us how the App came about and how it […]

Guest blog: when the C word reared its ugly head… again

Guest blog: when the C word reared its ugly head… again

Today, Nic writes about being diagnosed with secondary breast cancer… Completing treatment for my primary breast cancer is quite possibly the most surreal experience I have ever had. My friends and family celebrated their huge sense of relief that I was through the darkness but […]

Your Life and Cancer 2020 Online Event

Your Life and Cancer 2020 Online Event

I’m proud to be a supporter of this event, which has such an amazing line up and which you can attend from the comfort of your own home.

Quick read…

26-28 Sept and 10-12 Oct 2020 www.YourLifeandCancer.com

Designed for anyone who is affected by cancer, Your Life and Cancer 2020 aims to introduce you to the growing world of Integrative Medicine, combining lifestyle, complementary and conventional approaches.

Held over two weekends 26-28 Sept and 10-12 Oct 2020, Your Life and Cancer features doctors, oncologists, therapists, best-selling authors and case studies from people who have benefited from an integrative approach.

More than 40 cancer care experts from around the world will be online to share their knowledge and answer your questions.

Register for just £25 per weekend (early bird rate).

Find out more: www.YourLifeandCancer.com

Longer read…

Your Life and Cancer 2020

26-28 Sept and 10-12 Oct 2020

www.YourLifeandCancer.com

Your Life and Cancer 2020 is a live online event, aimed at supporting anyone whose life is affected by cancer. Learn about evidence-based lifestyle changes and complementary therapies that can supplement conventional medical treatments to optimise your health and wellbeing.

Hosted in partnership with Yes to Life, the UK’s integrative cancer care charity, Your Life and Cancer 2020 brings together world-famous oncologists, doctors and therapists who will present evidence informed information on lifestyle changes and cancer-related integrative healthcare therapies. The event also includes ‘real life’ case studies from those who have benefited from integrating lifestyle and complementary approaches alongside conventional treatments such as chemotherapy, radiotherapy and surgery.

Through this event, aimed at people who have had a cancer diagnosis, their family, friends and carers, as well as oncologists, medical practitioners and therapists, Your Life and Cancer 2020 provide a short-cut to reliable evidence informed information to enable you to make informed choices about how best to support yourself, your family, friends or patients.

Held over two weekends, 26th to 28th September and 10th to 12th October 2020, the weekends feature a breathtaking line-up of over 40 expert speakers from across the globe. For the full list of speakers, please visit: www.YourLifeandCancer.com/speaker-list

Ticket prices start at £25 per weekend for the early bird rate registrations before 18th September and registration couldn’t be easier, you simply fill out a short registration form at www.YourLifeandCancer.com/register

For more information visit: www.YourLifeandCancer.com or email hello@YourLifeandCancer.com

Please note that the decision to support this event was mine due to the impressive line up of speakers and quality of the sessions on offer. In return for supporting the event, I have received a complementary ticket to attend. I do not receive any additional commission or payment.

Guest blog: secondary breast cancer – I can and I can’t…

Guest blog: secondary breast cancer – I can and I can’t…

By Flori Hendron My friend Dikla called me last week. She tells me she’s now been living with MBC (metastatic breast cancer) for 18 years.  And then laughing she says, “my cancer is old enough to vote!” The two of us crack up at this […]

Guest blog: Clinical Trials for secondary (metastatic) breast cancer

What you need to know By Emily Jordan, co-founder of Ancora.ai “Too many patients don’t live near or get treated at a cancer center. Local oncologists need information and patients need to be informed of their choices and empowered to ask for them. Clinical trials […]


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