Posts from ‘Online Resources’

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Twitter can be a great resource for collecting information about cancer, including techniques for coping, events in your area and the latest developments in cancer research.  It can also be a great way to connect with others who are living with cancer.   Below are some tips and strategies to get you comfortable with using Twitter…. [Read More]

Are you frustrated searching for information on the Internet? Are you looking for reliable health information and end up getting nowhere? As information experts, your local library can help you reduce this frustration with these tips! When searching for health information on the Internet, ask yourself these questions: What organization is publishing the information and… [Read More]

For many people experiencing cancer, living well and living long are both important. For people with advanced cancer, comfort and peace of mind take on even more importance. The most trusted online resource for Canadians at this stage of the cancer journey is Virtual Hospice – www.virtualhospice.ca. Unlike a hospice made of bricks and mortar… [Read More]