The Cancer Chronicles:
If cancer hasn’t already impacted your life, chances are it will in the future. Whether it hits a friend, family member, or even your own body, it is a devastating and sincerely frightening endeavour for a family and community. The emotional, psychological and physical tolls a cancer diagnosis takes is beyond calculation.
This is why I have released this series of booklets, The Cancer Chronicles, and continue to add to it. I want to do my share to put an end to all of the agony caused by this horrific disease. To take a passive role in the fight against cancer would be, for me as a health care professional, entirely unethical.
The gravity of colon cancer is this:
Bowel cancer [colon cancer] is one of Australia’s most common cancers, especially for people over 50. In 2007 approximately 14,200 new cases of bowel cancer were diagnosed. It is also a major cause of cancer deaths with around 80 Australians dying from bowel cancer each week. During 2007, lung, bowel, prostate and breast cancer were the most common causes of cancer related death in Australia.
-Department of Health and Aging of the Australian Government
Download this free instalment now to learn about the reality of prostate cancer and cancer treatment – including a firsthand account – and what you can do to avoid it. Don’t let another day go by without having this important information to guide you.