Cancer Resources

If you’re dealing with cancer right now, consider booking a session before you move on. This will make a much bigger difference for you than anything else I can recommend.

Book a cancer coaching session:

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With that said, here are some other ideas:

Cancer Bridges A Pittsburgh-based organization offering many free support services to people with cancer and their loved ones. Many of their services are available online.

Oncology Visit Questions. This is a printable list of questions you can take to your next oncology visit. e-store Books, booklets, and other tools distributed by
Very practical stuff.

Policy Lab A guide & matching service for nearly every imaginable clinical trial (NOT just for cancer). I’m impressed. In their words:
“We have a complete guide on resources for clinical trials. An efficient clinical trial helps to get essential drugs to market, and our guide walks through the process and answers some of the more commonly asked questions.”

National Cancer Institute The National Cancer Institute (NCI) provides information about various types of cancer & conventional treatments. Be advised, the conventional definition of cancer is fundamentally flawed, as I explain in some of my videos and articles.

Check back. I’ll be updating this list regularly.

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