For the Cancer Patient and Survivor, Who Wants to Survive…and Thrive, and for The Caregiver Who Wants to Stay Healthy While Caring for Their Loved One!


Staying Positive       

By on Sep 5, 2016 in Blog | 0 comments

Cancer is a disease that has turned into the major cause of death in a large number of countries in the world. Aside from car accidents, it is the leader in young people’s deaths. This disease has found its way into the life of pretty much everyone, whether by attacking a friend or a family member, or even a work colleague, it seems to be everywhere. It is more common than ever to hear that yet another person has fallen ill to this terrible disease.

The thing is that, we need to start finding ways to battle it other than the traditional medical procedures such as surgeries, chemotherapy and radiotherapy. The recovery of a person depends as much on the emotional side as on the medical side, and although it’s not something most of us are used to, it is something extremely important.

Kick Cancer in the Can is a program created by a 5-time cancer survivor who understood this and wanted to help people get through the disease. With a Total Health Toolkit, they urge people to explore this other side of the disease.

Kick Cancer in the Can also offers a number of treatments aimed at different kinds of cases such as emergency treatment, critical care treatment and intensive treatment. They also offer a diagnostic consultation, where you or your loved one living with cancer can ask any questions about your body, your life and have someone help you deal with the worry, fear and anxiety you are feeling. They can also help you deal with stress and the uncertainty that comes with this disease.  Once the consultation is over, you will receive a 5-point checklist with recommendations of steps you should take considering the consultation. This will help you get on the right path back into health.

Check out their webpage to find out more.


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