Late last year I was asked to review a new book, In Your Hands: New Hope for People with Chronic Medical Conditions. I’ve been busy, so I set the lengthy paperback aside. This weekend I discovered it underneath some files. I don’t agree with the author’s premise, but the book is fascinating.
Wednesday and Thursday I ran posts on MultipleMyelomaBlog.com about an important topic for all cancer patients/survivors. Complimentary and alternative medicine (CAM) is a fast growing wellness category.
I wanted to share Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center’s helpful guide to help you identify reputable nutritional supplement suppliers:
I was recently asked to contribute copy for the 2014 Cure Magazine 8th Annual Cancer Guide. To aid my task, one of the editors passed along a link to last year’s guide for newly diagnosed patients. Outstanding! And certainly not out of date; most of the material isn’t time sensitive.
I haven’t read Jane Schwartzberg’s new book. But I’m looking forward to it. Like Jane, my bone marrow cancer is incurable. I’ve lived six years and hope to live six more. But the odds say I won’t make it past ten.
Interested in a quick and fascinating read? Check-out the first few paragraphs of this Saturday Evening Post article I read last week:
From time to time I like to share my thoughts about new books that we stock in My Cancer Store. After reading it, I felt that Outsmart Your Cancer – Alternative Non-Toxic Treatments That Work deserved to be critiqued, dissected and recognized.
Three weeks ago I ran a post on my daily blog, MultipleMyelomaBlog.com.
Excerpts from the fascinating New York Times article below come in book review form. You wouldn’t think that doctors would be so shocked to become sick themselves.