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Susan De Cesare
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Spiced reishi latte recipe - Kirsten Chick
The temperature is dropping so this week’s blog is an immune system boosting spiced reishi latte by Kirsten Chick of  Connect with Nutrition …  There’s nothing I like more on a wintry afternoon or evening than a warming, nourishing, milky drink. It feels li...
Spiced reishi latte recipe - Kirsten Chick
Spiced reishi latte recipe - Kirsten Chick
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Medical Cannabis legal but only in very restricted cases - Gill Smith
This week Gill Smith,  diagnosed with stage 4 secondary breast cancer, discusses the recent change in the law of medical cannabis in the UK… On 1 st November the law changed to allow the prescribing of medical cannabis. What will this mean in practice? What...
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Can we starve our cancer? – Philip Booth
This week Philip Booth ( My Unexpected Guide; learning from cancer )  shares
his thoughts on Jane McLelland’s new book, How
to Starve Cancer … Oh
my... this book so resonated with me and was a great read. I learnt lots more
about cancer and it's helping me ...
Can we starve our cancer? – Philip Booth
Can we starve our cancer? – Philip Booth
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A practice for difficult times - by Clare McLusky
This week’s blog has been written by Clare McLusky, trained mindfulness teacher with a Masters in Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy from Oxford University. She shares with us her practice for difficult times… A practice that I have to share because it hel...
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What to do if you find a lump in your breast – by Sara Davenport
October is Breast Cancer Awareness month. Sara Davenport, founder of Breast Cancer Haven and  Reboot Health  blogger, shares some important things to do if you find a lump in your breast…. It’s October, Breast Cancer awareness month and today I am sharing m...
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Hopes, intentions, momentum and shifts - by Anjana Nathwani
This week’s blog has been written by Anjana Nathwani, a two time cancer survivor and  Business Psychologist . She discusses the ebb and flow between hope and hopelessness… Recently whilst mentoring a business owner recovering from cancer related surgery and...
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Why is Yes to Life the first charity to get a logo on this site? - by Philip Booth
This week Philip Booth ( My Unexpected Guide; learning from cancer ) discusses his recent trip to Guildford Wellness Day and interviews our very own Sue De Cesare… Cartoon by Stroud artist, Russ Since diagnosis, just over a year ago, I’ve come into contact ...
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Endemic corruption in healthcare – by Robin Daly
This week our founder discusses the
recent news of the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Centre’s Dr Jose Baselga,
who resigned after failing to disclose industry ties… A
recent news item 1 threw a
spotlight on one of the ‘bright stars’ in medicine, Dr José B...
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How the UK Press published hundreds of fake new stories about cancer drugs - by Jerome Burne
This week’s blog has been written by Jerome Burne, health  journalist and Trustee of Yes to Life. He discusses fake news around cancer drugs and why we should be wary…  Last week the BMJ published an article warning about the dangers of non-drug CAM treatme...
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A beginner’s guide to meditation - by Dr Lauren Cara
This week Dr Lauren
MacDonald shares her beginner’s guide to meditation... Still not sure about meditation? For a long time I didn’t think it
was for me either – but last year, shortly after I’d been diagnosed with
stage 4 cancer (and my anxiety peaked at a...
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