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Ep39- Survive and Thrive - four victories over breast cancer

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Lynn Serafinn

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In honour of breast cancer awareness month, author and Transformation Coach Lynn Serafinn hosts four brave women who have survived, or are currently working to survive, breast cancer. PART ONE of the show will feature two women who went the conventional route of surgery, chemo and radiation therapy. Cindy Papale was diagnosed with breast cancer at age 46. Now a survivor, her passion is to educate the young, which led her to write the book “The Empty Cup Runneth Over”. Survivor Linda Distler is a speaker and author of the book "Seize Your Opportunities" who is currently developing a service to give back to others who are seriously ill or know someone who is. Cindy and Linda will discuss the highs and lows of their healing process, and both the heartache and the gift of their illness. We will also look at the stigmas around breast cancer, its impact on the emotions and personal relationships. PART TWO of the show will feature two women who opted for the alternative (naturopathic) route for their cancer treatment. Thirteen-year cancer survivor Jane Harvey is a Reflexologist NLP & Time Line Therapy Master Practitioner and author of the book “Crack the Cancer Code”. Co-active coach Karen Maycey has completed a year of treatment for her cancer, and is on a strict natural healing regime. After a lumpectomy, both ladies embarked on a journey of self healing using nutrition, detoxification, supplementation, meditation, visualisation and emotional healing processes. Jayne and Karen and will share the challenges they have faced, including finding the right treatment, dealing with other people's judgments, and the commitment of both time and money. We truly hope that this special programme will not only inform you about the pros and cons of all the options available for the treatment of cancer, but that it will also provide you with hope, inspiration and choice, should you or someone in your life currently be suffering from the disease.

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