New Year, New Site

Welcome to the new site for W4CS Radio – The Cancer Support Network. Great things and help for all cancer related topics in 2013. Tune in, listen, and together let’s journey towards a world without Cancer. More »

Joni James Aldrich

Survivor, Caregiver, or Fighter—No matter your relationship with cancer…Joni Aldrich is here to help. Learn more about Joni and her books at JoniAldich.com and on her other web sites! TheCancerLifeline.com | GriefBeacon.com More »

THE FIVE TO THRIVE® PLAN

An integrative approach to cancer prevention and treatment can positively transform the health of those affected by this disease. By educating people about lifestyle-based, integrative and scientifically-sound health promotion strategies, we will create deeper and more widespread wellness. More »

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Get Checked for Breast Cancer Today!

Courage To Dare is dedicated to creating advanced education and awareness about breast cancer to thousands of rural communities and individuals living in Wisconsin and West Africa. You too can help, volunteer, and donate. More »

 

ADVOCACY HEALS U, today at 2:00 p.m. ET with Eva Grayzel, silver-haired rapper!

Today, Tuesday 1/7 at 2:00 p.m. ET Advocacy Heals U with my co-host Chris Jerry and guest Eva Grayzel who speaks out (and RAPS) about oral cancer, www.W4WN.com and www.W4CS.com.

Part 3 Tumor cell growth and radiation

Tumor cell growth is very important to understand. First, it is highly variable with the time required to double the number of cancer cells ranging from less than 24 hours to more

Treatment and staging of cancer part 2

As was presented earlier, before treatment and after initial diagnosis, staging is done. Considering signs, symptoms, cues, and clues so far and knowing the typical history of each disease, your oncologist will

TREATMENTY OVERVIEWS

SUCH AS TREATMENT OVERVIEWS   Staging- Where Is It FINDING JUS ONE CANCER CELL  SENS AND SPECIFICITY NOW BEYOND   SIMGLE CELL DETECTION Nomenclature Pathological Diagnosis Treatment Modalities, Goals and Timing Nomenclature Potions

GIVING THE DIAGNOSIS PART 3

PART THREE OF DIAGNOSIS Cultural Differences Focus on Symptomatic Relief Introduction to Clinical Trials Complementary And Alternative Medicines Overview Media Matters Antidotes For Anecdotes Prognosis And The Future Taking Your Time, Avoid

TELLING THE DIGNOSIS PART 3

START PART TWO OF DIAGNOSIS   Psychological Issues Sex and Significant Others Spirituality Role Of Family Teach Your Children Well   Psychological Issues   We all bring our own set of coping

being told you have cancer

PART 1 BUT FIRST AN OVERVIEW SO YOU KNOW WHAT IS COMING AND CAN TUNE IN  EVERY TUESDAY AT NOON PST TO WHEN TUMOR IS THE RUMOR AND CANCER IS THE ANSWER

Being told the diagnosis of cancer

PART 1 BUT FIRST AN OVERVIEW SO YOU KNOW WHAT IS COMING AND CAN TUNE IN  EVERY TUESDAY AT NOON PST TO WHEN TUMOR IS THE RUMOR AND CANCER IS THE ANSWER

WHEN YOU SUSPECT THE DIAGNOSIS OF CANCER

SUSPECT THE DIAGNOSIS     HI THIS IS DR KEVIN RYAN, PROFESSOR OF MEDICINE AND BOARD CERTIFIED IN BLOOD ( HEMATOLOGY) AND CANCER( ONCOLOGY) AS WELL AS BEING AUTHOR OF THE BOOK

THE ONCOLOGIST

The oncologist     This is Dr KEVIN Ryan MD MBA FACP and hematologist oncologist here, medical oncologist professor and retired colonel and cancer survivor and this is when tumor is the

More nuts and bolts of Oncology

June 27th This is dr kevin ryanmd mba facp and hematologist oncologist here, medical oncologist professor and retired colonel and cancer survivor and this is when tumor is the rumor and cancer