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  • 29 September

    The field of the medicinal is becoming so quick and understudies can consider this field. Bunches of the understudies stressed over the choice of the field and now students can easily get online assigment help for quality work. In the field of the therapeutic bunches of the subfield, you can choose and it's contingent upon the enthusiasm of the understudies. 

  • Member
    8 March 2013
    test. Hello to NICaN
  • 12 February 2013
    jeff slater said:
    Hi everyone
    one of the worst aspects of having cancer for me was when i went to hospital for my op i felt that my freedom was taken away i know that sounds silly but i was more worried about that then the cancers


    Hello Jeff I am hoping you have finished treatment with a positive outcome
  • Member
    8 February 2013
    Hi Jeff not silly at all....thanks for sharing.
  • 6 February 2013
    That's so interesting Jeff.
    Can you tell me more. I would love to pass the information on to our cancer network here in the NT. You said you felt your freedom was taken away when you went in for your operation. Can you give me an example?
  • 5 February 2013
    Hi everyone
    one of the worst aspects of having cancer for me was when i went to hospital for my op i felt that my freedom was taken away i know that sounds silly but i was more worried about that then the cancers
  • 4 February 2013
    Hello everyone
  • 4 February 2013
    I think one of the strategies is community driven cancer education. Work closely with cancer survivors and family to educate about the importance of a healthy lifestyle and encourage screening! It's not easy to make contact with the right person at the right time and it's not seen as a priority in most communities.
  • 3 January 2013
    late detection is a worrying problem in our community and this has to be a number one priority
    how can we get our community members to seek medical help if they sense something is not right?
  • Member
    19 December 2012
    Great NICaN article published in today's edition of the Lowitja Institute Bulletin, Wangka Pulka:

    http://www.lowitja.org.au/across-borders-indigenous-cancer-network-goes-national