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Subclass BF - Psychology

Subclass BJ - Ethics

Subclass BL - Religions. Mythology. Rationalism

Subclass BV Practical Theology
Class GE - Environmental sciences

Subclass HD - Pharmaceutical industry

Subclass KF1-9827 - Law of the United States Federal law. Common and collective state law

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Subclass BF - Psychology
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BF637.L340.1 - Art and Science of Forgiveness
Frederic Luskin, PhD
Forgiveness can be defined as the - peace and understanding that come from blaming that which has hurt you less, taking the life experience less personally, and changing your grievance story
http://www.cancersupportivecare.com/forgive.html
Link added 2006-05-21; updated 2006-11-17
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Subclass BJ Ethics
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BJ1286.B21.1 - Ethical Wills: Preserving Your Legacy of Values
Barry K. Baines, MD
Creating an ethical will provides a means for living on in the hearts and minds of family and friends after we are gone.
http://www.cancerlynx.com/ethicalwills.html
Link added 2006-05-21; updated 2006-11-17
BJ1286.B21.2 - Putting Your Values on Paper: How to Write an Ethical Will
Barry K. Baines, MD
Ethical wills-- an age old custom for preserving and passing on your values, beliefs, life lessons, hopes for the future, love, and forgiveness to your family and community
http://www.cancerlynx.com/ethicalwrite.html
Link added 2006-05-21; updated 2006-11-17
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Subclass BL - Religions. Mythology. Rationalism
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BL132.Y6.C103.1 - Yoga In Illness and Health
Jnani Chapman, RN, BSN, CMT
The word Yoga means union and comes from the ancient Sanskrit language. The root word means to yoke together. Yoga is understood to be both a process and a goal, a means and an end.
http://www.cancerlinks.com/Yoga/index.html
Link added 2006-06-12; updated 2006-11-17
BL132.Y6.C103.2 - Important Aspects Of Yoga
Jnani Chapman, RN, BSN, CMT
Aspects of Yoga such as Hatha Yoga, Pranayama, Bhakti Yoga, Jnana Yoga, Karma Yoga, Raja Yoga, Pratipalksha Bhavana
http://www.cancerlinks.com/Yoga/aspects.html
Link added 2007-01-15
BL132.Y6.C103.3 - Yoga For Chronic Illness
Jnani Chapman, RN, BSN, CMT
While yoga has been observed and experienced for more than 3,000 years to help maintain and restore health, it has only been recently introduced in the West.
http://www.cancerlinks.com/Yoga/illness.html
Link added 2007-01-15
BL132.Y6.C103.4 - Yoga Practices and Poses
Jnani Chapman, RN, BSN, CMT
Yoga Practices and Poses, Body Scan, Meditation, Three-Part Breathing, Modified Shoulder Pose, Cat/Cow Pose
http://www.cancerlinks.com/Yoga/practice.html
Link added 2007-01-15
BL132.Y6.C103.5 - Yoga for HIV/Aids, Cancer and other Life Challenges
Jnani Chapman, RN, BSN, CMT
While yoga has been observed and experienced for more than 3,000 years to help maintain and restore health, it has only been recently introduced in the West http://www.cancerlynx.com/yoga.html
Link added 2007-01-15
BL132.Y6.C103.6 - Yoga For Stress Management In Illness
Jnani Chapman, RN, BSN, CMT
Yoga offers many practices which individually and collectively activate relaxation and which may help to restore the physical body by providing more healthful and productive responses to stress.
http://www.cancerlinks.com/Yoga/stress.html
Link added 2007-01-15
BL132.Y6.R167.1 - Ananda Yoga and Meditation
Nanacy Rakela, OMD, LAc
Yoga postures are paired with powerful affirmations. This synergistic approach is unique to Ananda Yoga designed to direct positive reinforcement inward and promote healing of the body and soul through deep relaxation...create balance of body, mind, and spirit during your fertility journey and pregnancy.
http://www.nancyrakela.com/yoga.html
Link added 2007-01-15
BL627.A372.1 - Mindfulness Meditation Based Stress Reduction (MBSR)
Marc Abramson, DDS
Mindfulness meditation training gives one the tools to live in the present moment, to bring soothing kindness to ones self and to walk through the unfolding of life one step at a time.
http://www.cancersupportivecare.com/mbsr.html
Link added 2006-05-21; updated 2006-11-17
BL627.B35.1 - Healing Buddha Meditation
Brain Boni,MD, MPH
A simple healing meditation practice which generates a self-healing energy
http://www.cancerlynx.com/healing.html
Link added 2006-05-21; updated 2006-11-17
BL627.M60.1 - Meditation: Once Over Lightly
Donna Michel, RN, BSN
Meditation has gained widespread acceptance in recent years. A recent nursing article claims meditation has gone mainstream...hospital meditation centers are appearing across the country
http://www.cancerlynx.com/meditation.html
Link added 2006-05-21; updated 2006-11-17
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Subclass BV - Practical Theology
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BV4335.B247.1 - Five Tips For Clergy Helping Parishioners With Cancer
William M. Buchholz, MD and Susan W. Buchholz, PhD
Cancer can be an awkward disease. You want to help a parishioner who is ill but may not be confident just how to do it. You want to make sure your efforts are well received and appropriate for the situation.
http://www.cancerlynx.com/clergy.html
Link added 2006-05-21; updated 2006-11-17
BV4335.D285.1 - It's a Miracle!
Nancy Hassett Dahm
Miracles happen every day to ordinary people living ordinary lives. So why don't we hear more about these incredible events? Perhaps people want to keep secret what is most precious and private to them. Or perhaps there is a fear of being called a zealot, and therefore not to be taken seriously.
http://www.cancerlynx.com/miracle.html
Link added 2006-05-21; updated 2006-11-17


BV41007.Y134.1 - Talking With Children About Death
Reverend Linda Yates
Children and teens need your emotional honesty, not just your words. Share your sadness with them in a non-burdening way and allow yourself to cry in front of them. This shows them that it is okay to have these kinds of feelings and it is not the end of the world if adults cry. This is important even for clergy to remember
http://www.cancerlynx.com/deathtalk.html
Link added 2006-05-21; updated 2006-11-17
BV41007.Y134.2 - To Flee Or Not to Flee: The Problem of Denial When Dying
Reverend Linda Yates
Over the years I have observed that how one dies seems to be as important as when one dies. Of course that has become more poignant as I continue to live with metastatic cancer myself
http://www.cancerlynx.com/denial.html
Link added 2006-05-21; updated 2006-11-17
BV41007.Y134.3 - A Childrens "Time" During a Funeral
Reverend Linda Yates
Dying can be uncomfortable and take lots of work. Just like when we are babies we can not really imagine what the next world will be like after we die. We just know that it is there. God waits to love us in a new way in the next world. Someday after we all die we will all be together in God's next world. It is a promise God has made. God always keeps promises
http://www.cancerlynx.com/childfuneral.html
Link added 2006-05-21; updated 2006-11-17
BV41007.Y134.4 - Pray In Your Own Way
Reverend Linda Yates
Trust that God is waiting persistently and patiently for you to connect. Find some practise that enables you to spend some time listening to what God might be trying to tell you
http://www.cancerlynx.com/pray.html
Link added 2007-01-15
BV41007.Y134.5 - Spiritual Honesty
Reverend Linda Yates
The first step to spiritual wholeness is to be honest with yourself and then be honest with God, whomever you envision God to be.
http://www.cancerlynx.com/honest.html
Link added 2007-01-15
BV41007.Y134.6 - Living a Life of Tenacious Gratitude
Reverend Linda Yates
The first step to spiritual wholeness is to be honest with yourself and then be honest with God, whomever you envision God to be.
http://www.cancerlynx.com/gratitude.html
Link added 2007-01-15
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Environmental Science
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GE149.V154.1 - What Is Homo Sapiens' Place in Nature, from an Objective (Biocentric) Point of View?
Michael J. Vandeman, PhD
Do you see any mention of the fact that humans are, throughout most of our range, an exotic species -- or even a discussion of whether we are an exotic species
http://www.cancerlynx.com/homosapiens.html
Link added 2006-05-21; updated 2006-11-17
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Pharmaceutical industry
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HD9668.B278.1 - Boycott Pfizer Inc: The world's largest research-based pharmaceutical company
Karlene Bradley
What Pfizer is doing is legal, but I don't think it is ethical. It is based on pure greed
http://www.cancerlynx.com/pfizer.html
Link added 2006-05-21; updated 2006-11-17
HD9668.S292.1 - Pharmaceutical Companies Helping Patients Get Their Medicines
Richard J. Sagall, MD
PAPs - patient assistance programs, are designed to help those in need obtain their medicines at no cost or very low cost.
http://www.cancerlynx.com/needymeds.html
Link added 2006-05-21; updated 2006-11-17
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Class KF1-9827 - Law of the United States Federal law. Common and collective state law
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KF1215.F105.1 - HMO Letter
John Fetto, JD
Please state the basis for your denial of this procedure in writing to me, and specially point out the language in my insurance contract upon which you bases your denial
http://www.cancerlynx.com/hmoletter.html
Link added 2006-05-21; updated 2006-11-17
KF1215.G113.1 - Insurance Adjuster Letter
Karen Gann and John Fetto, JD
My onco-doc recently received a Rehab form from my private disability company to fill out about me. How long could I sit, stand lift, how much weight, etc., etc. He was furious, and had his nurse me wondering what part of permanently disabled do these people not understand.
http://www.cancerlynx.com/adjuster.html
Link added 2006-04-23; updated 2006-11-17
KF3650.M156.1 - Social Security Disability Delays
Mick Mickler
Deserving patients who should file for Social Security Disability are likely to experience long delays, major roadblocks and possible denial of their disability claim because of not knowing how the system works
http://www.cancerlynx.com/delay.html
Link added 2006-07-30; updated 2006-11-17
KF3827.B51.1 - Your Medical Records
David Bradley with Contributors - Melanie Aguillard Kathleen Allen, Alexandra Andrews, David Bradley, Sandy Caverly, Sammy De Roos, John Fetto, Allan Grossman, Merry Holley, Judy Kean-Lunsford, Victoria Kozak, Gayla Lacatena, Judy Nielsen, Stephanie Payne, Karolen Paularena, Patricia Smith, Glenda Strieter, Jeanne Turner, Sheila Werner, and Chris Wong
Our best, most carefully considered advice to patients, healthier and otherwise? Read your own charts, and ask questions there are no stupid questions, only stupid answers.
http://www.cancerlynx.com/records.html
Link added 2006-05-21; updated 2006-11-17
KF3827.D248.1 - How to Correct Your Medical Records
Caro Douglass and M.J. McKeown, MD
How do you go about disputing something in your medical record that is incorrect. And it is incorrect not because of transcription error, but because the doctor put down some things that are incorrect?
http://www.cancerlynx.com/correctrecord.html
Link added 2006-05-21; updated 2006-11-17
KF3827.M159.1 - Your Medical Records. How Correct? How Important? How Damaging?
M.J. McKeown, MD, FACOG, FACS
It begins with our first breath as we receive our APGAR score indicating how healthy we are when we are born. It ends when someone assigns us a diagnosis as we breathe our last...
http://www.cancerlynx.com/medicalrecord.html
Link added 2006-08-11; updated 2006-11-17
KF3827.R194.1 - Patient Rights to Medical Records
Roy Rada, MD, PhD
Federal Regulation has taken hold which mandates patient access to medical records. The Regulation is called the Privacy Rule health care providers need to comply with the Rule. The Rule emphasizes that patients have a right to a copy of their medical record whenever the patient requests it.
http://www.cancerlynx.com/patientrecord.html
Link added 2006-06-03; updated 2006-11-17


KF3827.R194.2 - Legislated Ecommerce, Privacy, and Security: HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act)
Roy Rada, MD, PhD
The Congressional Act containing Administrative Simplification is called the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act or HIPAA. When Congress realized that standardized, electronic, provider-payer transactions would become commonplace, Congress felt obligated to protect the privacy and security of health information. Accordingly Congress added to HIPAA the requirements for a Privacy Rule and a Security Rule.
http://www.cancerlynx.com/hipaa.html
Link added 2006-06-15; updated 2006-11-17
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First appeared May 21, 2006; updated September 1, 2007