What Does Cansurvive Offer?
- To provide guidance, research information and support to cancer patients.
- The researching of holistic based information into the field of non invasive cancer therapy.
- To offer support groups, educational seminars and workshops!!!!
- To provide an extensive lending library, mail order and web shop.
- To publish quarterly the supportive Cansurvive Magazine.
- To assist in the opening of further Cansurvive support groups within Australia and overseas.
The Cancer Survival Manual
The Cansurvive Survival Manual is designed to be of support and guided information to the reader when faced with the diagnoses of a Cancer challenge.. Where to from here Navigate a course of action The living challenge Setting the mind game Personal empowerment and support Investigating avenues of support both holistic and orthodox CANSURVIVE A…
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Personal Stories and Thoughts from Members
I found this wonderful group called ‘Cansurvive’ and my family has become extended. I would say to all who are challenged… follow your gut instincts and don’t let doctors persuade you otherwise and do what you feel is right for you whether it is conventional therapy or alternative or a combination of both. You are the best judge of your own body and what it needs…so LISTEN to what it tells you.
‘Six year breasty graduate’ – that’s me, and the adventure keeps giving.
Life has many twists and turns; most come from left field and well off our radar. It continues to amaze me how the most challenging of times can create such wonderful opportunities for change and growth. Albeit only seen clearly in hindsight.
Cancer has touched my life many times. My mother was diagnosed with Non Hodgkin’s Lymphoma, when she was 83 years old. The Lymphoma was located in four areas of her body and was treated with Chemotherapy.
My sisters and I nursed mum for 18months, we expected her to get better but sadly she passed away on Christmas Day. I lost a lifetime friend and confidante, Joan to cancer. My dear friend Sally and I worked for the “Pink Ladies” to raise funds for Tasmania’s first Dragon Boat. Sally was carer for her daughter who had breast cancer. Sally has now been diagnosed breast cancer.
"We keep moving forward, opening new doors, and doing new things, because we're curious and curiosity keeps leading us down new paths."
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