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Why are some brain tumors more difficult to treat than others? And what if we could change that?

17 Cancer Facts You Need to Know

Right now, due to poor lifestyle habits, poor diet, lack of information, the medical community’s refusal to embrace holistic therapies, and the exorbitant cost of conventional cancer treatment… 35% of those who develop cancer do not survive the disease. Click on the image above and discover what you can do right now to lower your risk and prevent cancer from stealing your life or the life of someone you love. Know what you can do to fight this disease and win.

Ginger Tea: Dissolves Kidneys Stones, Kills Cancer Cells And Cleanses Liver – Recipe

Cancer Awareness Ribbon Guide --- Because EVERY type of cancer is important and deserves awareness and funding for research in order to find a cure!

Cancer Awareness Ribbon Guide --- Because EVERY type of cancer is important and deserves awareness and funding for research in order to find a cure!

This is the famous healing coconut turmeric smoothie! Turmeric, “The Queen Of Spices”, is known to treat many of our ailments going from aiding digestion and relieving pain to fighting cancer and Alzheimer’s. If you are feeling adventurous you can blend in two cloves of garlic with a pinch of cayenne pepper. These of  course …

For many who are facing a breast cancer diagnosis, hearing from others who've been through one already can be a great source of comfort and support. Find inspiration and hope in these words of wisdom from breast cancer survivors, caregivers, researchers and doctors.

Check out a virtual guide of 19 effects of chemotherapy on the body: http://www.healthline.com/health/cancer/effects-on-body

Chemotherapy Effects

Check out a virtual guide of 19 effects of chemotherapy on the body: http://www.healthline.com/health/cancer/effects-on-body

Scanxiety: Noun [skan-zi-etee]: Uneasiness waiting for ones scans after cancer treatment. #beagoldcookie #asics

Background: WhatNext.com is an online support network developed in partnership with the American Cancer Society that helps help cancer patients, survivors, and caregivers gain firsthand insight into living with cancer and connect with others facing a similar diagnosis. Members of WhatNext.com a...