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To help and provide for cancer survivors requires many hands. We've got many successes under our belt, but we need more help, and that's where you come in.
While you can volunteer with us directly, there's much you can do on your own. Contact us to learn more about opportunities and ideas for donating, fundraising, hosting events, campaigning, buying gifts, and involving your school or company.
Today with access to the internet all of us can find information about everything, however there is a catch: too much information, and many times when we look for some information we side-track and end up with something else.
Our newsletter will have the latest news about cancer prevention, diets, treatments etc. in a short and easy to read format.(Under construction)
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We are a non-profit organization with IRS (501)c3 status and your donation is tax-deductible
An important factor causing cancer is stress.
Maintaining a stress-free enviroment is crucial.
Our organization is dedicated to eliminate stress from cancer survivors thru different programs in order to maintain a good health.
Our mission is to help cancer survivors to recover their life back after winning the fight against cancer. Most of them have to adapt to harsh realities of every day life. Some of them don't have the same job or not at all, some end up with disabilities that prevent them to have a job, their finances are exhausted, they have a hard time to continue their education, they feel abandoned by their friends and family.
We are here to help in every aspect affecting cancer survivors to gain a quality life without stress, to a healthy and productive future.
Make a single or monthly donation directly from your bank account, credit card, or Paypal.
Our one year program in which you will receive every 4 months a CANCER TESTER KIT is only $16.99/year or less than a nickel a day. It's the most affordable program available on the market.
Fear of recurrence, which is cancer that comes back after treatment, is common. It may lead a person to worry over common physical problems, such as a headaches, coughs, and joint stiffness. It is hard to know what is "normal," and what you should tell your doctor. Discussing the actual risk of recurrence with your doctor and the symptoms to report can often lower your anxiety. Maintaining a regular schedule of follow-up visits can also provide a sense of control. Many cancer survivors describe feeling scared and nervous about routine follow-up visits and tests. However, these feelings may ease with time.
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