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883 Old Stage Rd
P.O. Box 1227
Jacksonville, OR 97530

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Mesothelioma Lung Cancer Info

This is being posted as requested by a visitor of our website. We share links with the Mesothelioma Community Resource Network. It is worthy information to have.

Mesothelioma Treatment

Cancer is a terrible disease that attacks millions and millions of people all over the world each and every single day. According to the World Health Organization, there have been 7.5 million deaths that can be linked to cancer in 2012 alone. Not only is cancer a burden on the individual but also their family and loved ones. In this article, we’ll take a closer look at the cancer called Mesothelioma. This particular strain of cancer is caused by cells transforming into cancerous cells in the lining of the internal organs in the body called the Mesothelium.

Warning Signs

The first step in order to deal with Mesothelioma is by identifying rather or not you’re actually stricken with this particular form of cancer. The most common symptoms associated with Mesothelioma are pain in the chest and difficulty breathing. Over time, these symptoms will worsen and the patient will also start to notice other symptoms.

– Rapid weight loss without any reason.
– Tumors can also cause a raspy or hoarse voice change.
– Sweating that can also persist into night sweats.

If you or a loved one have experienced any of these symptoms then it is essential to schedule a doctors appointment to get checked up. Cancer can be reversed through procedures like radiation, surgery, and medication given that the patient catches the cancer in time.

Mesothelioma Life Expectancy

One of the most important factors in determining life expectancy in a patient is how their support group treats them. Often times patients have lived past their life expectancy due to positive support both mentally and physically by their friends, family, and loved ones.

It’s essential that the family or support group take the following steps in order to prolong life expectancy in mesothelioma patients.

– Make sure the patients are taking medications routinely and on time.
– Get plenty of exercise and healthy activities that promote healthy bodily function.
– Have fun, laugh, and promote an overall sense of well being when around the patient.
– Try to talk about the patients disease as little as possible.
– Change the diet to whole foods, lean meats, vegetables, and fruits.
– Treat the disease almost as if it were not there. A placebo affect may take place.

Summary

All in all, Mesothelioma Treatment can be a scary and daunting time in a person’s life. However, with the proper care from the individual themselves, and their support group, Mesothelioma life expectancy can exceed any doctors expectations. Some individuals experience full remission simply due to the fact that their support base and daily regimen was in tip top shape and practiced every day.

Sanctuary One Farm Tour

Sanctuary One is a nonprofit care farm located in the Applegate Valley. Farm tours are available by appointment. Please call to make a reservation. There is a requested minimum donation of $10. per person. Children are welcome with adult supervision. Group tours for schools, churches, retirement homes and the like are also available. The guided tour includes an opportunity to learn about care farming, permaculture, local plants and wildlife, and a chance to meet the Sanctuary’s herd of rescued animals, including horses, cows, llamas, goats, sheep, pigs, geese, ducks, chickens, dogs, cats and more.
DATE: Saturday, November 03, 2012
TIME: 10:30 AM
LOCATION: Sanctuary One
COST: $10.00
PHONE: 541-899-8627
WEBSITE: www.SanctuaryOne.org

Autumn in Jacksonville

What better way to enjoy autumn than visiting Historic Jacksonville? The town gardens are still brimming with flowers while the cool nights begin to tint the trees with color. The trolley is still touring about and our quaint streets beckon you to wander through town admiring our historic buildings. The Woodlands trails offer you the opportunity to crunch leaves underfoot, breathe in crisp fresh air, and admire the changing colors; every image you conjure up with thoughts of autumn is yours to experience in Jacksonville.

The shops are brimming with great new products and restaurants are serving the bounty of the harvest. And who can resist harvest time in the vineyards? There is no more perfect season to visit the wineries. Plan a day driving through the now colorful vineyards, sipping wine, and munching on a perfect fall picnic full of goodies you picked up in town! So many things await your visit; step into Jacksonville and discover another world. “Meet the Pioneers” October 12th and 13th where Pioneer spirits in costumes share their stories of life in and around Jacksonville and the Rogue Valley www.friendsjvillecemetery.org. Ticket price is $12.00 for adults, children under 12 are $5.00 and the Family Pack (2 adults and up to 3 children) is $29.00, contact the Chamber office at 541-899-8118 or email chamber@jacksonvilleoregon.org

February is full of Love and Fun

February is the month of Love and Fun!

Join us for a weekend of chocolate! Our Chocolate Lovers Getaway weekend February 10th through the 12th includes a two night stay (second night 1/2 off) and a chocolate lovers dinner on February 11th.   Upon arrival you will be indulged with champagne and chocolate dipped strawberries in your room.  The two night lodging and dinner is offered at great package price of $282.50 to $340.00 depending on the room choice.

February 20th is Mardi Gras night at Bybee’s Historic Inn.  We will celebrate the traditions of Mardi Gras with a New Orleans Style dinner and festive atmosphere.  We encourage costumes, masks, and the official Mardi Gras colors of Purple, Green and Gold!  Lodging with dinner package is $190.00 to $235.00 depending on room choice.

Both dinners are catered by Chef William Prahl and each dinner course will be paired with wine or Dry Soda.

We hope to see you!

Local Historic Character of the 1800’s come alive!

Happy New Year! 2012 is off to an exciting start. We have a lot of plans for adventures here at Bybee’s Historic Inn. January 16th will be our first Character Dinner for 2012 where local historic characters “come alive’ sharing their lives as it was in the 1800’s while being captivated by a demonstration of how whiskey was made in a log still. Enjoy a truly unique and initmate dining experience featuring a menu paired with wine or Dry Soda catered by Chef William Prahl and lovely wife Joyce.

Enhance the experience by staying in one of our luxurious rooms and wake up to a gourmet three course breakfast specified to your dietary needs. We offer lodging specials with dinner.

We look forward to seeing you.

Happy Veterans Day

November 10th we offered complimentary rooms to honor our Veterans and active Military Personnel. We were very pleased that we were able to fill all six of our rooms with our special guests from all over Oregon. They touched our hearts deeply. We will be doing the same next year.

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Belles and Beaus of Jacksonville

November 5th 22 members of Belles and Beaus of Jacksonville enjoyed and evening of Victorian tradition at the Bybee’s Historic Inn. Belles and Beaus is an organization that promote history by dressing in vintage clothing and accessories while reviving the traditions of the 1800’s. They pay attention to every detail including the clutches the ladies carried containing period appropriate items. After a gourmet dinner catered by Chef William Prahl of De Javu in Jacksonville, the ladies retired to the Parlor and the men remained in the dining room just as it was done in the Victorian era. To finish off the evening everyone gathered in the parlor to play Victorian games. It was truly magical to have our 1857 circa home filled with guests representing that period.

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