Tag: American Cancer Society
Cancer and Meditation by Cy Ball
Our guest blogger this month is Cy Ball, a retired computer software developer, enthusiastic fly fisherman, and music producer. He was diagnosed with carcinoid cancer about a year after his retirement, with a primary tumor in his intestinal area (still…READ MORE
10 Resources for Carcinoid Cancer Patients
For carcinoid cancer patients who are feeling too ill to cook, shop or clean; for those who have experienced hair loss due to chemotherapy; or need lodging when traveling to cancer treatments there are some wonderful resources available.
Cleaning for…READ MORE
Carcinoid Cancer Advocacy
For Heather Yohnka-Boettcher serving as an advocate for carcinoid cancer is her focus as a team captain in the American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life. The 2010 Relay for Life of Van Buren West will be held on June 12 and 13 from 10:00 am to 10:00 am at Bangor…READ MORE
Carcinoid Community: We Did It — Drew Brees Won!!
Thank you to the members of the carcinoid cancer and neuroendocrine tumor community — patients, family, friends, and colleagues — who voted in the Pepsi Refresh Project. Your votes made the difference and Drew Brees, the New Orleans…READ MORE
Carcinoid & NET Patients: Your Vote Is Needed
This year, Pepsi is giving away millions in grants each month to fund good ideas that make the world a better place. In celebration of the Super Bowl, Pepsi is teaming up with a trio of NFL players who have each submitted Pepsi Grant ideas of their own. New Orleans…READ MORE
New Carcinoid/Neuroendocrine Tumor Awareness Item: Monica’s Bracelet
Visit the Barking Zebra website, and you will find elegant awareness jewelry, benefitting a variety of causes, including The Carcinoid Cancer Foundation and the American Cancer Society. Monica’s Bracelet was created to honor Monica Warner, the …READ MORE