Cancer Stats Infographic For Your Blog Is Updated For 2015

My cancer stats infographic for your blog is updated for 2015. Yes, yes, I know it’s almost 2016 but these are the current numbers and I will update it for 2016 as well. ๐Ÿ˜€ Oh boy, I shouldn’t be so lazy. ๐Ÿ˜€ย  Also, I highlighted endocrine cancers. I’m assuming that’s where neuroendocrine / carcinoid cancers …

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Hotel Review Of The Homewood Suites By Hilton In Houston Texas

Recently, as you may know already, we stayed in Houston Texas for about 2 weeks for my PRRT cancer treatment. We stayed at the Homewood Suites by Hilton. It was very disappointing considering how much money we spent there. So, I decided to post a hotel review of the Homewood suites by Hilton in Houston …

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Will You Spot The Zebra At Your Door

Halloween is here and children are scurrying from door to door in costume harvesting the fall crop of candy. ๐Ÿ™‚ This made me think about the whole costume and children in disguise thing and how carcinoid cancer is disguised as a Zebra. Often, carcinoid and neuroendocrine cancer can be right in front of you and …

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Visit The Rogue Vegan

I just read a great post on TheRogueVegan.com. It’s about how large corporations that fight GMO labeling are buying up companies that produce organic products. Yup, every time you purchase one of these organic products they use your money to fight GMO labeling. Here’s a blurb from the article. These corporations like Pepsi-Cola and Coca-Cola …

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Dismantling The Legacy Of FDR And Fair Labor

Franklin Delano Roosevelt is one of the most interesting presidents in American history. He is the only president to actually run and win 4 terms as President of the United States. He guided the country through the Great Depression of the 1930’s and through World War II. He did all of this while being afflicted …

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Medical Record Keeping Is A Necessary Evil

Medical Record Keeping Is A Necessary Evil Itโ€™s important from the outset of your diagnosis to keep track of all dates of doctorโ€™s visits, scans, lab work results, etc. This information will become critical as your treatment plan develops. This is especially true if you are forced or choose to develop your own plan. Having …

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