Dramatic behavioral changes, confusion, strange remarks out of context and imagining things, could be signs of suffering from a brain tumor. Immediate action needs to be taken, as brain tumors can grow quickly. Honey Stollman gives us a compelling account of what happened to her husband.More...
For the past twenty years a gene mutation known as BRCA has been detectable by genetic testing. It affects both men and women, particularly Jewish adults, and has been linked to breast, ovarian and pancreatic cancers. After her mother and her sister died of breast cancer, and she herself discovered a tumor, Lisa Cohen set up an organization called BRACHA to help those who have this gene mutation and to educate the public.More...
Elaine Benton has led an active life although she has suffered from Gauchers disease since she was a child. Four years ago she developed Parkinsons and is losing the ability to do many things. She has an amazingly strong spirit. She has just written a book of poems and is communicating daily with afflicted people all over the world.More...
Infertility – the causes and the treatments, both conventional and alternative, are explained by Olivia Shaw. She talks about bringing the joys of parenthood to couples who are unable to conceive and sometimes require innovative techniques.More...
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