When describing what a cancer diagnosis feels like, people often say something like, “I had to sit down; it felt like I’d been hit by a train”. News of cancer is often accompanied by a sense of looming despair and deep-seated fear. This is one of the most profound yet overlooked challenges presented by cancer.
Fortunately, we can choose to confront cancer from a place of calm awareness and understanding.
And the best time to shift our perspective is before we get a cancer diagnosis. PATH workshops cover key topics including:
– cancer theory in plain English
– improving your body’s natural ability to heal
– the benefits and pitfalls of medical oncology as it stands today
– how to proactively react when you or a loved one is facing cancer
By attending a PATH workshop, you will gain practical knowledge of cancer. This will enable you to make better decisions for your own health.