Letter from: Patricia Sarmiento <[email protected]>
Date: Wed, Aug 26, 2015 at 5:35 PM
Subject: We can take action to detect many cancers that have early indicators.
Did you know that the National Cancer Institute predicts that by the end of 2015, there will be over 1.5 million new reported cases of cancer in the United States alone? Unfortunately, half a million of those diagnosed will lose their battle with the disease.
We know by now that living a healthy lifestyle by eating nutritious food, exercising and kicking destructive habits like smoking can all be factors in preventing cancer. Additionally, there are many things we can be doing to better detect the various forms of this illness sooner, without relying on infrequent doctor’us office visits.
With this in mind, I created a list of resources detailing how to identify symptoms that should encourage us to immediately visit a physician for further testing. Because this valuable information is potentially lifesaving, I strongly encourage you to share this list with your audience. Additionally, I’d be happy to write a research-based article for you to share with your site visitors – no charge, as this is a passion project that is very personal to me!
Signs and Symptoms of Cancer
The signs and symptoms of cancer are dependent upon where the cancer is, how big it is, and how much it affects the organs or tissues. Learn more about what bodily changes shouldn’t be ignored.
Alcohol and Increased Breast Cancer Risk Factors
Learn why even moderate drinking can increase a woman’s risk of breast cancer.
Skin Cancer Early Detection
This resource from the Skin Cancer Foundation provides information on how to identify symptoms of trouble, and a printable sheet for recording changes in moles or birthmarks with each self-check.
Oral Cancer Self-Examination
Your dentist or orthodontist should be screening you for abnormal cells at least once a year, but you can help keep an eye on your oral health using this printable guide.
5 Ways Service Dogs Help People with Cancer
In hospitals and homes all over the world, therapy and service dogs are called on to provide companionship and assistance to people facing cancer. Learn how dogs can help cancer patients cope through diagnosis, treatment, and beyond.
Foods to Avoid During Cancer Treatment
The results of developing a foodborne illness can be serious. Learn what foods to avoid to steer clear of this danger.
Chemotherapy and Swimming
Learn how infections, chemotherapy and swimming relate in this informative guide.
I sincerely appreciate your support in spreading awareness on this critical topic!
I believe you will find these resources to be as beneficial as I do. If that is not the case, please send me an e-mail, and I will be sure to remove you from my future contact efforts.
Patricia Sarmiento | [email protected]
Putting the Public Back into Public Health
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