Useful Resources

Apart from our informative articles and advice, we also have other sites to recommend. We have found these sites and organizations very helpful and supportive. Feel free to visit any of them to gain more information on what you are going through. Some of them even offer mentorship programs by people who have been where you are now.

Suggested resources:

http://www.gracegawlerinstitute.com/immunotherapy-hyperthermia/?gclid=CIyW9sez_dECFQ0R0wodBtINcg

This site gives you access to information on vaccines and immunotherapy. Grace is available on Skype to answer questions. There is a lot of information to help you live with cancer healthily.

http://www.cancerdojo.org/

At Cancer Dojo, they have a different approach to survive and conquer cancer. They use the science of Psychoneuroimmunology. To find out more about this creative approach and its results, visit this site. You will also find a lot of great and informative articles.

http://www.4thangel.org/Resources.aspx

4th Angel is a great site for resources. They offer mentorships as well as the opportunity to become a mentor. Their resources cover many topics and can help cancer patients as well as their friends and families. The mentors are paired with patients or family members based on the diagnosis, age, and severity. The mentor has unique knowledge and experience because he or she has experienced what you are going through.

http://www.dfhcc.harvard.edu/fileadmin/media/documents/disparities/cancer_culture_and_literacy.pdf

This link will take you to a PDF document that lists websites and other electronic resources. These resources are helpful regarding topics of cancer, culture, and literacy. You will find studies and advice at these resource sites. You may also learn a bit more about your type of cancer and steps you can take to live better and longer.

We hope these resources help you on your journey for information.