I can see the importance now of nutrition, exercise and dealing with emotions for my healing.
I learned to make sure I know my strengths + use them differently each day… and that a lot of cancer survivors can be depressed and getting help is an important part of the treatment of cancer.
Email after a response from Dr. Linda Carlson to a survivor about alternatives to refined sugar: “Many thanks it is what I was looking for. So wonderful to have a place to ask these questions that you can trust! Well done.
Everyone struggles with fears and problems after cancer diagnosis and treatment. It’s normal and I realize now that I’m not alone with the feelings I have – there are lots of things I can do to help myself.
This Every part of this day was helpful and inspiring Thank you!
This was awesome! Looking forward to the existence of ‘care plan’.
It’s important to have some control over my treatments
The way I look at cancer is that once you get through the awfulness it’s a very powerful motivator to live your life. I’m grateful I can come up here and be reminded of that.
It was great to learn that it is possible to regain pre-diagnosis/pre-treatment fitness and energy levels.
I am a palliative care nurse and have been to a lot of education sessions. All of what was presented today was outstanding!! Wish we could do this in my community.