For many of us, just a sip of wine is thought to not cause health issues. However, drinking alcohol in any capacity increases your risk of cancers and we explore exactly how.
We have all heard about the importance of sun protection, but it is hard to appreciate how critical it is until you hear stories from people with melanoma.
Celesta Wijaya of Oneness Being Inc. has partnered with Luna Palace Cinemas to highlight the importance of integrative cancer care to the Leederville community at a movie night on Thursday, March 18.
Solaris Cancer Care is pleased to announce that Hon Michael Mischin MLC addressed the importance of integrative cancer care at the completion of Solaris’s charity ride, The Red Sky Ride.
Often dubbed “the silent killer”, ovarian cancer has the lowest survival rate of any women’s cancer, taking an average of 32 weeks to diagnose.
It is difficult to detect ovarian cancer early because the symptoms can be vague or are similar to other illness, but it can be done if you pay attention to your body and take actions like these women did.
Movies seem to bring a kind of magic to the living room, but studies show they may be particularly beneficial for cancer patients. In particular, it is suggested that Disney movies can improve the quality of life for patients of gynaecological cancers – such as ovarian cancer – when undergoing chemotherapy.