- Resources for Warriors
Resources for Warriors
When diagnosed with cancer, getting treatment, or in remission, there are many questions you may have. These questions may range from “Why me?” to “How can I pay these bills?”. These resources can help you find the support you need.
Stupid Cancer is a site that encompasses everything from financial support, emotional support and a place to talk to other cancer warriors.
Livestrong is a site that can find and connect you to resources very quickly.
Cancer Support Community is a one stop shop for the newly diagnosed. They cover about everything from choosing the right healthcare team to questions you should ask. You have to remember that you have a say in treatments and medications. Don’t say yes to everything without doing research and getting a second opinion.
Cancer.com discusses the changes you may need to make before, during and after treatment. This is not a perfect guide. Every person has different needs nutritionally. And those needs may change because of certain medications. It is a good starting point.
MSKCC is the cancer education page for Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in New York. You can search for all sorts of information.
SPL is a great resource if you feel like taking your life at any point. They have a phone number to call and a chat function.
Even though our Warriors line includes many products, we don’t make everything. Here are some products we recommend, that we don’t make.
Alra Deodorant is a highly recommended and praised deodorant. It contains no metal powders (the average deodorant contains aluminum) and also contains aloe vera which is very soothing. This is a great deodorant to use during your whole cancer experience. Only stop use if you are reacting or your doctor says to.