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Soup recipes to revive even the most diminished appetites and boost your chemo recovery Read more…

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Grab the essential facts about cervical cancer here Read more…

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If you’re bored of listening to music, too tired to read another book, or have exhausted your movie collection, podcasts are a great free entertainment source Read more…

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When you’ve finished treatment the world becomes your oyster – but there are some important questions you may want to ask yourself in order to help optimize your long-term health Read more…

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How do you balance work and health while undergoing chemotherapy treatment, to look after yourself whilst still supporting those around you? Here are some tips Read more…

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September is blood cancer awareness month – an important event for a surprisingly under-discussed type of cancer. Read more…

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What’s the best way to break the news to both your boss and your work peers, and what information should you share with them to create the most supportive work environment throughout your cancer treatment? Read more…

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Following on from our blog post about breaking your cancer news to family and close friends, we want to talk about sharing your diagnosis with your children; how, when and what to say to them when you’ve been told you have cancer. Read more…

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Let’s take a closer look at what else is happening to your body during chemotherapy, and what physical impact you can expect from treatment… Read more…

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In part three of our busting cancer myths series, we look at whether consuming sugar and artificial sweeteners can contribute to developing cancer Read more…

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Continuing on from our discussion on whether superfoods can cure cancer, this second part in our ‘busting cancer myths’ series looks at the link between the disease and cell phone radiation Read more…

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As we head towards Easter, a time widely associated with candy and chocolate, it’s a great excuse to celebrate what’s so good about our favorite sweet treat… Read more…

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Steve Cooper’s story exudes gargantuan amounts of bravery, positivity, determination and strength of human spirit - one that I am sure will be a source of inspiration and motivation for many people diagnosed with cancer. Read more…

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This month marks the UK’s Cervical Cancer Prevention Week, on 22nd – 28th January. In 2017, around 13,000 women in the US and 3,000 women in the UK will be diagnosed with cervical cancer. Read more…

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You're not alone! Find out what the signs of anxiety and depression are and what to do if you are suffering from these mental illnesses Read more…

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If you enjoy exercising don't let chemotherapy stop you with these top tips Read more…

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A few tips on coping with cancer at Christmas time Read more…

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Super tasty smoothie recipes with delicious ingredients that will give your immune system a boost during chemotherapy treatment Read more…

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We’re running a series of blogs covering beauty tips for people undergoing chemotherapy. The first is from guest blogger Camilla Seton - a permanent make-up artist who has worked with many people fighting cancer. Read more…

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October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. To help raise awareness of breast cancer this month and beyond, here are some important things you should know Read more…

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Staying hydrated is absolutely critical during cancer treatment, particularly if you are undergoing chemotherapy with Cold Cap Therapy. Here are just some of the reasons you should have a bottle of water with you at all times before, during and after your chemo sessions Read more…

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4th June marks Cancer Survivors Day. Getting the all clear is an incredibly emotional moment, and survivors tend to experience a rollercoaster of feelings. Here are some of the emotions you may well experience. Read more…

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Each year, the World Health Organisation (WHO) marks World No Tobacco Day on 31st May – highlighting the devastating impact that smoking and tobacco use can have on your health. Here are just some of the reasons to encourage people to ‘stub it out’ Read more…

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Happy World Penguin Day! On 25th April each year, we pay tribute to the cutest, friendliest animals on the planet – our namesake, the penguin Read more…

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When you’re diagnosed with cancer, it’s natural to wonder ‘why me?’ Is there something wrong with my body? Did I do anything to cause this? Read more…

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To help dispel the taboo around this subject, we want to tackle some of the most commonly asked questions about having sex when you’re going through chemotherapy… Read more…

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Cancer isn’t just a battle for your body – it’s a psychological fight, too – and this is often forgotten among all the medical talk Read more…

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Random Acts of Kindness Week is coming up on February 12th to 18th, which is the perfect excuse to make a small gesture to brighten up someone’s day. Read more…

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What does chemo feel like? Read more…

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Hair, Chemo and me Read more…

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The secret to keeping your hair with chemo Read more…

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Claudia Falzarano shares her cold capping tips in the first of a three-part series; The Four Ts! Read more…

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Watching anyone you care about battle cancer is hard, but it is often most challenging when that person is your boyfriend, girlfriend, husband or wife Read more…

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November is Lung Cancer Awareness Month, but just how much do you know about this disease? Read more…

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In addition to generating a bad hangover after over-indulging the night before, some people worry that drinking alcohol could increase their chances of developing more serious medical conditions, such as cancer. But is there any truth in these concerns? Read more…

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We’ve pulled together a selection of four quick and easy-to-make meals that are also packed with vitamins and minerals, to help you eat healthily with minimum effort. Read more…

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Choosing to start a family is a big decision for any couple, but if one or both people in the relationship have been affected by cancer, there’s even more to think about before trying to conceive Read more…

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Is your antiperspirant safe? Read more…

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4 books that will help you fight cancer head-on Read more…

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Although there is no right or wrong way to tell family and friends about your diagnosis, there are ways that you can make this tough conversation slightly easier – for you and for them. Here are some tips to help you tell the people closest to you, in a gentle and sensitive way. Read more…

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No matter how successful, wealthy or physically fit people may be, nobody’s immune when it comes to contracting cancer. Just look at the celebrity world – there are many examples of famous people that have not only battled the condition, but have gone on to kick its ass. Read more…

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Over the next few months we’re going to be taking an open-minded look at some of the most common ‘myths or facts’ you might be told about. First up, we’re looking at superfoods. Read more…

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To help you understand and take back control of your diagnosis, here are some key questions you should ask your physician about fighting cancer Read more…

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“Cancer death rates continue to decline” states the welcoming news from the latest Annual Report to the Nation on the Status of Cancer. Read more…

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Some dangerous, bizarre and downright indecent fundraising ideas that well-meaning people have attempted in the name of charity Read more…

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There are many reasons why a blog is a great platform when you’re undergoing cancer treatment – here are just a few: Read more…

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Many people choose to use Cold Cap Therapy throughout chemo treatment to save their hair. But even when using cold caps the hair still becomes far more fragile than normal – and therefore needs to be treated with care during and after radiation treatment. Here are some of the common questions we’re often asked. Read more…

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If you’re going through chemotherapy at the moment, or you’re about to embark on treatment, paying attention to your diet is really important. Read more…

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Read some true stories from the women that have used Penguin Cold Caps to help save their hair whilst undergoing chemo Read more…

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People within that support network naturally want to comfort you. However, sometimes words of encouragement or sympathy can do more harm than good. Read more…

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What to take to your chemo session Read more…

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Our 5,000-year obsession with hair Read more…

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