Living well with Cancer

Yesterday,as I heard this 5 minute programme on the Bangalore station of the All India Radio( Nov 2,2018), many thoughts came to my mind. The important message of the talk was how someone in terminal stage of cancer with very short time to live can live well. as the speaker says( 3.30secs to 3.40secs of... Continue Reading →


FEEL THE FEAR….. Fear of recurrence (Anonymous) Life after cancer has been very different with each passing year. The first couple of years were spent taking extra care of my diet, exercise and sleep the next two years have a little relaxed. To my surprise, I didn't have too much of ‘scanxity’ (anxiety during scans)in... Continue Reading →

Cancer and Theology:Book

MURTHY:I have felt that finding ‘Meaning of LIFE’ is the biggest challenge of being diagnosed with cancer. I have been looking for answers and others experiences. This book is excellent for many reasons. The contributions are from Christian preachers with their personal experience of living with cancer by themselves or in their families. Ththe other... Continue Reading →

Cancer is a shared disease.

Cancer is a shared disease. Dr.Patricia Omidian. Background: I have known Dr.Patricia Omidian for nearly two decades. I became aware of pioneering work on ‘FOCUSSING’ to address the trauma of war affected populations in Afghanistan and other countries where people are living in conflict situations. The approach of Focussing is not disease oriented but person... Continue Reading →

Irrfan Khan experience of diagnosis of Cancer

Irrfan Khan on battling cancer: I trust, I've surrendered, irrespective of the outcome Anshul Chaturvedi | TNN | Updated: Jun 19, 2018,  Highlights "It's been quite some time now since I have been diagnosed with a high-grade neuroendocrine cancer," Irrfan told TOI. "People have been wishing me well, praying for me, from all over the... Continue Reading →


YOU CAN IF YOU THINK YOU CAN By Prof. Manju Jaidka, Chandigarh. How did I, a career woman, negotiate my professional dreams with the additional responsibility of looking after my special child? I tried to remain positive most of the time but, I must confess, it wasn’t at all easy. There were days when I... Continue Reading →

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