Cancer - it touches everyone these days. Even if you and your family have been free of this horrible disease, I'm sure you still know someone who is dealing with it, or worse, has passed because of it.
I'm talking from experience unfortunately. From a dear friend who passed from breast cancer related issues at age 48, to my brother in law from pancreatic cancer, and now my beautiful mum, who has it in her kidney and lung. From a family perspective it has become all encompassing. It changes every aspect of your life and all those around you, and it becomes your focus. That being said, I still don't know exactly what type of cancer mum has or the type of chemotherapy being used, as the medical profession seem to whizz over the technical stuff, and start pumping toxic substances into you before you really have time to digest or investigate your options - indeed, they don't actually give you options.
So if this disease is going to affect us in one way or another in our lives, surely we should already have some knowledge and power about how to deal with it. Knowing your options, should you or someone you know, ever have the need, will greatly improve your survival, not to mention knowing what to avoid now to prevent cancers. Knowledge will make the journey more proactive and empowering to the cancer owner/families, not the doctors.
This being said, I would like to share with you a link to one of the most powerful eye-opening docu-series that I have been part of. There is so much info that will forever change your perspective of this disease, treatments and prevention's. All you have to do is watch the one hour a day - 9 part - series. It's totally free, although you can opt to purchase it for future reference as I did.
This series and website is all about spreading the truth and sharing knowledge of cancer and all related treatments worldwide, with various specialist and cancer survivor interviews. A fascinating watch.
You will need to register NOW as it starts 12th APRIL. Don't miss this free event - it could save your life and has definitely changed mine.
I hope you get as much out of this series as I have and pass on this event to anyone it may help.
Till next time ........from Roz at Well & Good