If you're looking for a list of the most comprehensive, up-to-date cancer information, don't look here. But if you need to take a break for a while and look for the humor in your situation, try our collection of comics, jokes and stories. They say that laughter is the best medicine.
A collection of art made by cancer patients and their loved ones which encourages vision, hope and imagination, all of which foster the healing process. Call for Survivor's Artwork: The editors at OncoLink believe that our lives and the lives of our patients are enriched by taking time to open experiences which stir the human spirit. Artwork encourages vision, hope and imagination, all of which nurture the healing process. This virtual exhibit seeks to honor each patient or caregiver whose artwork is to be supported and respected.
A resource center which contains our book and video reviews, online books, letters from our editors, poetry, and survivor's stories.
Bob Riter's Cancer Columns Bob Riter is the Executive Director of the Cancer Resource Center of the Finger Lakes and writes a regular column about living with cancer in the Ithaca Journal (reprinted here). Bob's involvement with cancer education and advocacy began with his own diagnosis of breast cancer in 1996 at the young age of 40.
Mar 5, 2015 - In terminally ill cancer patients, adequate spiritual support is associated with an increased usage of hospice care and an improved quality of life, according to a study published online Dec. 14 in the Journal of Clinical Oncology.