Yes! We set out from the beginning to make this website free to all. We understand the hardships involved with cancer, especially the financial strain, so the content on this site is free and accessible to everyone. While we rely on the generous support of our users to support our site and develop new content through both volunteer subscriptions and one-time contributions, everyone can access our site for free!
We have learned over the years that there is no one protocol for cancer recovery and continued wellness that works for everyone. What works for one person, may not work for another. So, we recommend surfing through our site to learn about the many different cancer wellness modalities available; then, you can try them out to see which ones resonate and work well for you.
Yes! Definitely consult with your doctor or clinic to make sure you are physically able to participate in complementary therapies. Everyone’s situation is different, so make sure you get the green light from your doctor. As always, remember to go at your own pace to ensure your safety. Our content is for educational purposes only.
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Absolutely! We need the feedback from our users to make this the truly helpful resource we hope it to be. We are open to suggestions for new videos, articles and related content and the many topics that can help people dealing with cancer. Please contact us with any suggestions you may have!
The first place to start is the hospital or clinic where you have been treated. Many hospitals offer complementary therapies. Some are free services, but others require a fee. Other programs are run at local health clubs, yoga centers, martial arts facilities and other clubs, but there are fees associated with these places. And, as always, you can access our programs 24/7 for free.
The best way to help us is to be an active member of our community. We would love to hear from you via our site or our social media channels. Your feedback and involvement are vital to our growth! You can help us grow with your financial support through our volunteer subscriptions and one time contributions. And you can help us by getting the word out about our site. Tell your friends and anyone in need of cancer wellness information about us!