Brilliant new book to help all with breast cancer – compiled by someone who has lived with and campaigned for #secondarybreastcancer for some years abcd – After Breast Cancer Diagnosis – and it is free
Our gut microbes (bacteria, viruses etc) influence our health, weight, immunity and susceptibility to many diseases. They are far more important to us than we had realised. Therefore it is important to nourish the good microbes and starve the bad ones. I’ve just reviewed a product which I really like – Yaconviva Cacao nibs sweetened with yacón – learn about yacón and how it can help good microbes populate our gut
Books written for children to explain various medical conditions/procedures including Breast Cancer. Written by people who know what they are taking about – what an excellent idea:
Listen to podcasts, spotify, answer your phone, Alexa-compatible -you may never get out of bed again with the Soundasleep
Written by a young doctor whilst going through terrible symptoms of malignant melanoma – important read: P.S I Have Cancer: Wrestling Melanoma and Falling in Love by Mark Sims
If you want the best tweezers in the world, try the company who produces the tweezers used to make Rolex watches – Rubis. See my review in Frost Magazine
Delighted that once again, The Breast Cancer Haven has featured my book, From Both Ends of the Stethoscope – Getting Through Breast Cancer by a Doctor Who Knows. This month the talk is about Fear During Breast Cancer – an important but often ignored topic. Well done Breast Cancer Haven for bringing this to the front.
Having written a book myself to help people navigate thier breast cancer treatment, and which also addresses the emotional effects of the illness, I was delighted to review this new book: Love and Remission – My Life, My Man, My Cancer by Annie Belasco
It is well worth a read – see my review in Frost Magazine for more details.