Tag: Cancer Survivor
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEHead and Neck Cancer Alliance Honors Hank Deneski with Distinguished Service Award Charleston, South Carolina — The Head and Neck Cancer Alliance (HNCA) is proud to announce the.
In this Today.com article Nicci Buford, one of our Move-A-Thon team captains, discusses her long journey with stage 4 adenoid cystic carcinoma, a rare form of cancer that usually develops in.
Imagine a life where you can’t eat or drink. But not just that. That is what everyone sees and remembers. “Ok, so he can’t go to restaurants anymore, but thank god he is here.” But now imagine this. . .
You are not alone. Statistics have shown that head and neck cancer survivors are twice as likely to be at risk of suicide than other individuals with cancer. In honor.
Beatrice Lillian Howard: February 4, 1932 – April 22, 1968 Leslie C Howard: June 19, 1932 – September 2, 2004 The Howard Family As children, my brothers, sisters and I.
By the time my husband, Sean, was diagnosed with tongue cancer, he had already lived through a bone marrow transplant. While it was terrifying to now have a diagnosis with.
The upcoming spring holidays (Easter, Passover and Ramadan) create challenges for those who are looking forward to celebrating them in person with friends and family. The availability of vaccination against.
The greatest likelihood of developing lymphedema occurs in the first five years after cancer treatment, although the risk is lifelong. I started seeing symptoms quite soon, within a couple of.
A lump started forming on the right side of my neck just below my ear during the first two weeks of May 2018. I visited two clinics undergoing a total.