HEALTH TALK ONLINE  Interview about Breast Cancer by Suman Prinjha of University of Oxford Dept. Primary Care

TOTAL HEALTH :  Web magazine for Doctors           Patient Week

Italy approves British remedy as safe Natural Remedy for Morning Sickness

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On Dept.Health’s own website

NHS future forum ‘listening’ events | Abetternhs’s Blog

About.Com writes about Survivors – and helpful information

I was impressed by all the information, the honesty and hard work that was put into finding answers, addressing questions and helping with just  the everyday experience of cancer. For those of us who have gone through the disease, this is so refreshing.  It is hard to get answers at times and equally hard is answers to what to really expect. Not everyone likes to hear the hard brutal truth and because of that we get the “sugar-coated” end or sometimes even worse, we are just expected to deal with what is sent our way.  Not with Verite Reily Collins!  Ms. Collins tackles some of the tough questions, and the biggest one of all Tamoxifen!

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Verité Reily Collins is a Travel and Health Writer as well as a breast cancer survivor. She lives in Great Britain and writes about coping with recovery and

PRACTICE NURSE MPs lobbied on cancer services.  11th December



Managing cancer treatment side-effects  14th Aug. 2009  (most recent)

European Approach to Cancer Care   –     12th December issue  pp 32

WOMAN My Breast Cancer Diary

YOGA MAGAZINE Comforting Cancer   ;  Cancer Awareness   ;Recovery after Surgery

ARABELLA Overcoming Cancer

THIS FRENCH LIFE Website  Info on Cancer Treatment in France

LIFESCAPE MAGAZINE Cancer Resource Centre
“Hot Air From Health Minister” – published on

Self Help Website

Well-known Journalist Simone Costello has put this site up on her blog

Cancer Association of Namibia recommends :

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5 thoughts on “Media

  1. lauraj January 23, 2009 at 5:13 pm Reply

    I have checked out the website you have listed here and find that it is very good resource. I wish I was in France. They seem to be totally together when it comes to care for people with cancer. If I could go there I would have, I appreciate your help and this website they have been a big help getting me through the hard times.

  2. Zordani February 2, 2009 at 3:03 pm Reply

    Good resources. I don’t know about the magazines, as I’m not an avid magazine reader, but that french info website was worth every second of the read. France really is the best place to get treatment for cancer drugs side effects – and cancer itself.

  3. Dartz February 4, 2009 at 9:45 pm Reply

    Same here, if all countries in the world gave two damns about healthcare and not rake in huge sums of money just to look at a spot, things would be that much better across the globe.

    That’s one thing I hate about the US, doctors are more interested in raking money in than actually treating people.

  4. sanju123 February 8, 2009 at 10:43 am Reply

    I think it is not just in US, things are same at most of the places. It is good to learn that things are completely different in France. It is very beneficial when people unite for some cause, the results are much better. There should be awareness drives so that people should come further and be together in the fight against cancer.

  5. Oigen February 8, 2009 at 9:44 pm Reply

    My wife reads Yoga magazine and she seems to rather enjoy it. Of course, that’s got to do with the fact that she practices yoga, so I’d expect her to enjoy it. I’ll give it a read, if you say they’ve got information I might be interested in.

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