My husband pointed out this book to me, it covers immunotherapy which is the first treatment I received for my OM METs. I have not read it but it looks like an excellent book**!
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I just finished watching a Facebook LIVE video from the A Cure In Sight™ Eye Believe Patient Survivorship Seminar, which is taking place right now in Orlando, Florida (Nov. 28 – Dec. 2, 2018).
Here is a link to the video, but you do have to be logged into your Facebook account to view it I believe:
I learned so much from the author, Ziva (Anne) Osborn, that I wanted to link to her book, Coping With Ocular Melanoma (OM): A Toolbox, on Amazon**. Anne, as a teen grew up in the shadows of OM when her mother died of OM. Forty years later, she was diagnosed with OM, Class 2.
I have not read the book but it is definitely something on my Recommended list after listing to her speak!
Click this link to go to Amazon: Coping With Ocular Melanoma – A Toolbox
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Every day my Facebook account “feeds me” information from Goop or it’s spokesmodel, Gwyneth Paltrow.
It’s exhausting and emotionally draining to realize how many vulnerable people are preyed upon to buy “sunless tan water” or follow diets with cancer cure claims. So today I am recommending this book (based entirely on the excerpts, I have not actually read this book).
“…even when she’s right, Gwyneth always manages to mix in a little bit of wrong,” — Timothy Caulfield, author
CLICK THIS LINK to learn more:
Is Gwyneth Paltrow Wrong About Everything
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As a person who recently experienced immunotherapy treatment for the ocular melanoma which has metasticized to my liver, this is a topic of interest to me. But I’ll be honest, the unique and rare side effects I had mean I won’t be able to have this treatment again. But this book keeps getting “recommended” to me by my Facebook feed and it certainly does seem to be very highly recommended, so I thought I would share a link!
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