Types of cancer and their treatments

5 Responses to “Types of cancer and their treatments”

  1. Carson Says:

    Heya! I realize this is kind of off-topic however I needed to ask.
    Does managing a well-established blog like yours require a massive amount work?
    I am completely new to writing a blog but I do
    write in my journal on a daily basis. I’d like to start a blog so I can easily share my own experience and views online. Please let me know if you have any kind of ideas or tips for brand new aspiring bloggers. Appreciate it!

  2. Lena Says:

    Hi Carson,
    I usually put about 10-30 hours a month into blogging but it is a lot of fun also. I get the added bonus that many of the articles I write are what I used to go over with clients and write from scratch over and over again – it is a lot easier to just send them an article. It also helps me learn as everything I blog about I use in my practice and every article I write I learn new things from. I am lucky that my partner Adam is computer savy enough to help me with all the admin work – although most things I can now do myself. I wish I had even more time to commit to it – I know some folks blog daily. Best of luck with starting a blog – a couple tips – wordpress software is awesome and easy to use (and has many free themes you can use) and use a good dns service – I use easy dns https://web.easydns.com/ – early on my blog and website got stolen by a cheaper service which was bought out by spammers – it was a large pain to get it back.
    best wishes,

  3. paula Says:

    hi, i was researching hemangiosarcoma today so thanks for the article. i was trying to get a dog adopted from my friend’s senior rescue. i found out today the dog’s tumors have come back that were just removed in Jan. I am really broken up about this, cause everything I read says this is a hard aggressive cancer. the potential adopter now has to think it over, understandably, he does want to get attached to the dog and loose him quickly. i can not give a guarantee on how long this precious dog will be with us. I am praying he will be OK, at least he is in a foster home now with love and family. 🙂

  4. Mimi Says:

    Hello Lena,

    I had asked for advice on your blog on November 13th, 2011 under the article “Three legged and happy” as our Binny had just been diagnosed with Osteosarcoma.

    Well Lena, I am sad to tell you that we had to let our Binny go, just a couple of days short of 14 months after her amputation. Her last 14 months were of excellent quality, she was happier than she ever was before. From timid and shy, she gained confidence and had big fun to harass and bully the rest of the gang of our rescued dogs. They were all playing along happily.

    Thank you Lena, very much, for sharing your knowledge and experience, without you Binny would have been gone almost 2 years ago, without having had these last months of true fun. I think of you often and thank you often in my mind.

    Take good care,

  5. Lena Says:

    I am so sorry that Binny has passed on – my heart goes out to you. I am so glad she had those almost two years. Thank you so much for keeping me updated, I really enjoyed the photos you sent of her and the kitties all walking in the snow:-) You are in my thoughts. best wishes,