Turning the Tide 2015 Ovarian Cancer Retreat

A retreat in New England for women living with ovarian cancer from October 28-November 1.

TED RADIO TALK

MOST RECENT EPISODES What will cancer look like in the near future? JULY 31, 2015 Fighting Cancer

Cure Blog: Fear of Recurrence: Yes, I am afraid my cancer will come back.

Cancer survivors live with uncertainty. It just makes sense — not certainty, just sense. As a breast cancer and melanoma survivor, I live with uncertainty. I just had my five-year mammogram, and I am afraid my cancer will come back. Five isn't a magic number — being five years out is good, but it doesn't mean the cancer won't come back later. Still, I won’t live my life bound up by my fear, and I can’t make that http://mjh-cure.informz.net/informzdataservice/onlineversion/ind/bWFpbGluZ2luc3RhbmNlaWQ9NDQxOTg5NyZzdWJzY3JpYmVyaWQ9ODM3NjU2MTU1

Paying Tribute to My Own Life

This poem was written by Sarah W. Bartlett. It was "found" from lines shared around the circle during“Celebrating Courage and Change through Word and Image” workshop held at the recent Kindred Connections Celebration.

Mindfulness Workshop Opportunities for Cancer Survivors

Mindfulness workshop opportunities for Cancer Survivors, Family/Friends and Providers, April - June 2015 in Burlington

2015 List of Retreats, Camps and Resources for Cancer Patients

List of retreats/camps 2015 and resources for cancer patients
Stowe Weekend of Hope
http://www.stowehope.org/
May 1 – 3, 2015 in Stowe VT
Open to all cancer survivors.

Hope on the Rise
http://www.hopeontherise.org/

APPLY for our Hope on the Rise fly fishing retreat at Tall Timber Lodge in Pittsburg, NH. Our…






Transformative Meditation Practice at Hope Lodge

Transformative Meditation Practice using: Tibetan Singing Bowls, Harp, Drumming, Voice, and Imagery.

Poems in honor of Ondis Eardensohn by Gregory Sanford

These poems are a dedication to Ondis from her loving partner of 34 years, Gregory Sanford.

Cancer Survivorship - Latest Data for Vermont

In 2012 the Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS) in Vermont included a module with additional questions for those respondents who indicated that they had ever been diagnosed with any kind of cancer. The purpose of this data summary is to describe the most pertinent results of this survey module.

Survivor Story: Lisa Crowningsheild-Buck

I am one of the 186 women who are diagnosed with colorectal cancer each year in Vermont.   

Freshly separated from my ex-husband, hoping for a new start, I sure got one.  Read more | Jan 30, 2015