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Mind The Gap: How To Explain Cancer Related Work Absence In Your CV

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I promised one of my readers that I would tackle the topic of how to address a gap in your work history as a result of cancer and I hope you will help… Continue reading

Let’s turn “V” Day into “G” Day

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Valentine’s Day and the internet is alive with love Whether you log on to Facebook or Twitter, Pinterest or Google+ you will see cartoons, images and updates alternately celebrating or dissing Valentine’s Day.… Continue reading

Transcript #BCCEU Chat: The Challenges of Cancer Survivorship

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Thanks to everyone who listened in, tweeted and retweeted on this week’s #BCCEU chat on the challenges of cancer survivorship. It was a lively discussion! In case you missed it or you would… Continue reading

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Originally posted on Health Communications and Health Advocacy:
“Patient blogs reveal the true extent of the impact of cancer on finances, work practices, family life…they offer a window into the lived experience of…

World Cancer Day

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World Cancer Day 2013 (4 February 2013) will focus on Target 5 of the World Cancer Declaration: Dispel damaging myths and misconceptions about cancer, under the tagline “Cancer – Did you know?”. World Cancer Day… Continue reading

Monday Motivation

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A precious gift for the season

Respond to every call that excites your spirit

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Happy Thanksgiving

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One of the things I’m grateful for in my life is that I  feel part of a wonderful support community through this blog. While we don’t celebrate the day officially here in Ireland,… Continue reading

New breast cancer social media chat for Europe #BCCEU

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You may already be familiar with healthcare tweet chats.  The healthcare social media community (#hcsm) is very active on Twitter and new chat sessions on health and medical related subjects are continually emerging.… Continue reading