Science doesn’t have all the answers, and health treatment shouldn’t be an either/or choice, writes Grant Cameron.
Inspiring articles about individual cancer experiences, cancer therapy information, staff and volunteer profiles and other cancer related topics
Immunity or our ability to fight off cancer, bacteria and viruses is commonly lowered as a side effect of chemotherapy. Belle McCaleb looks at how natural medicines can help.
Gary Page shares the experience of his journey with cancer.
Eating mushrooms could be the most practical advice for young women looking to dramatically reduce the risk of breast cancer.
Using natural medicine can support the person under medical treatment to better tolerate treatment by minimising side effects and long term toxicities.
The Australian Institute of Health & Welfare has found that fewer Australians are dying of cancer, but the number of people diagnosed with the disease is climbing every year.
When cancer returned to Donna Mann’s life, she decided she would not wait for the loss of hair that comes with Chemotherapy – she decided to shave it and husband Andrew has joined in!
One woman's personal account
My final chemotherapy treatment in November 2005 was a breeze. The brew of chemicals slowly flowed into my body as it had done for the previous 15 treatments. As the last ounce disappeared from the bag, I sighed with relief. The nurse gave me a hug and exclaimed, “It’s over!” I left the treatment roomContinue Reading