Spending one’s days on the advocacy beat out here on the Wild Wild Web can be hugely rewarding. Like, say, when you start getting recognized by organizations like the WHO as a strong voice for people-who-are-patients. Then there are the days
Originally posted on the Mighty Casey Media blog, reposted here because … well, why not? Guess who got invited to WHO? No, really. The World Health Organization (WHO) invited yours truly to its First Global Experts’ Consultation in service of
There’s a fresh post over on MightyCasey.com on the little-known morcellator mess. Read it, and join the “Morcellator, begone!” chorus, willya?
This is a guest post by Patricia Dean-Escoto, a nutrition coach and consultant who learned, in her own cancer journey, the impact of food on cancer prevention – she’s got a new Android app, My Breast Cancer Advocate, that’s available in the
Updated Dec. 22, 2013: adds reference to Myriad’s action on DNA data as company trade secrets As the author of a rabble-rousing call to action, with a heavy dose of humor, on managing medical care called Cancer for Christmas, I have