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Join in a conversation with a colon cancer survivor from the chemo infusion chair. Find out what it's like to be fighting for your life as a father, husband and survivor!
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Anna DeShawn & the QCrew (Queer Crew) bring authentically-edgy conversation on current topics affecting queer people of color around the country. They bring dynamic guests, engaging conversation, and the hottest independent music. You can tune-in every Thursday at 9p.m. CT/ 7pm PT/ 10pm ET.
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Nicole Smith has created solutions for hundreds of companies across the nation in many diverse industries from startup to Fortune 500. An accomplished entrepreneur and marketer, she has worked globally to evolve ideas and grow businesses for the past twenty years.
Nicole's entrepreneurial spirit has catapulted Mary's Medicinals to the forefront as the producer of accurately dosed, cleanly delivered cannabis products. Her experience in research and development has led her to discovering transdermal applications for cannabis including patches, gels, and balms. She pioneered and was first-to-market the useful benefits of THC-a and CBN; discovered harvesting techniques for the isolation of CBC and continues to develop new cutting edge ideas in isolating, manufacturing and marketing cannabis and its medicinal benefits.
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I was diagnosed last year in 2013 with breast cancer just 2 weeks after my 40th birthday. Now, 1 and a half year later after a left side mastectomy, chemo and bilateral oophorectomy (a fancy term for having both ovaries and tubes removed)-I am cancer-free!
Breast cancer does not just affect older women. Hear from several women, their stories, their lives, their faith
Cancer Survivor Chris Wark joins us on Wednesday, October 22nd. Chris was diagnossed with Stage 3 Colon Cancer in 2003. Rejecting chemo, he healed using nutrition and natural therapies. Chris and Tony will discuss his healing and will also talk about the cancer industry.
During the first half hour of the show, Tony will go over additions to our website and will talk about the deception used during breast cancer awareness month
During the second half hour, Luella will talk about the emotional implications of caregiving.
My name is Gill Fell and I am 53, I have 2 kids a house near Liverpool and a husband. I was in the Royal Navy as a physical Training instructor. But I didnt stop - until in February 2005 I was diagnosed with Breast Cancer, I had surgery and treatment and went back to work - in fact I didn't stop working. The medicine I took gave me other problems which led to a Hysterectomy in 2010 where they nicked my Ureter and now I have scarring on my kidney. After that the follow up scan to check it had not returned showed that there were tumours in my Liver. I was told by an Oncologist that this time this time I was incurable, it was one of 4 types of cancer and I would have a cancer nurse and Macmillan would be informed and I would have biopsies to find out what it was so that a bit of chemo may keep it at by... anyway.... 4 months later another oncologist has given me a 90% certainty that the tumours were benign...... Phew.....
I tried and tested loads of meditations, mantras, EFT, NLP, The Law of Attraction, The Secret, Ester Hicks became my best friend, I learnt about religions and met an inspirational Buddhist monk,
I am a work in progress, I will never stop learning and its my full on mission in life to be happy and help people achieve things they never thought were possible
Ive studied diet and have views on what a healthy way to eat is, Ive become a yoga fan and meditate everyday, but not in a conventional way. I love life and have my ups and downs - but I keep the downs to a real minimum.
I try fun things and to start a meet up group is my way of starting my mission to inspire. That will radiate out through the people who attend...
Charlotte View interviews Pittsburgh native Kasandra Padilla, age 49, living in Concord NC. Founder and Executive Director of The ExtraMile Breast Cancer Foundation. In 2002 she founded this Nonprofit 501-C3 organization after her own personal experience with breast cancer. Also on this call Board Director: Nicole M. Henderson
Kasandra had just purchased a new home when she underwent chemo, radiation, and surgery. She was unemployed, needing medication and with a mortgage to pay. She turned to the government for help and found nothing! She was completely and utterly devastated and she knew there needed to be an organization that would help others with these needs so they could concentrate on getting well. The Mission of The ExtraMile Breast Cancer Foundation is to help lessen the stress and trauma associated with breast cancer. "Faith will take you the extra mile" and boy do they go the extra mile!
ExtraMile is presently seeking for (YouTube presentation):
Strategic partnerships with organizations that will provide houses, cars, monetary donations, food cards, gas cards, other gift cards, etc
Teaming-up with natural, Green, Whole grocery store chains and work-out centers that will provide discounts on exercise programs and organic food items
Team up with Massage, Holistic, Alternative Centers and many other healthcare organizations which non-intrusive treatments can aid with the symptoms
See our Facebook and BEFRIEND US. ExtraMile Breast Cancer Foundation, located at PO Box 5689, Concord NC 28027 or call for support: 704-960-6520
Cancer seems to have either affected us personally or atleast someone that we know like a friend or family member. Me personally, I just learned that a good girlfriend of mines was recently diagnosed with breast cancer. This is my first time actually knowing someone that I am close with, be diagnosed with cancer. You always hear about it from other person but when it hits close to home it becomes more of a sensitive matter. I wanted to do a show for more personal reasons so that I can find out what are the changes that a person goes through with cancer, the treatments such as chemo, what are the side effects of chemo and the road after one is cancer free! Phone lines will be opened at (347) 855-8637. Show starts at 7pm EST. I would love to hear from my listeners especially if you have battled cancer or know someone who is battling cancer.
We are excited to feature Dr. Hope Rugo of UCSF on our breast cancer talk series this March.
Dr. Hope Rugo is a hematologist and oncologist specializing in breast cancer treatment. Rugo joined the UCSF Carol Franc Buck Breast Care Center after a decade at UCSF Medical Center working in the area of malignant hematology and bone marrow transplantation for a variety of diseases, including breast cancer. Rugo, co-director of the Breast Oncology Clinical Trials Program, has a special interest in therapies for breast cancer and is the principal investigator of several clinical trials testing these treatments. She is a professor of medicine at UCSF and an investigator of SPORE (Specialized Program of Research Excellence in Breast Cancer) in the Bay Area.
On the panel are Beverly Mckee, Dr Elaine Schattner, Jenifer Lloyd.
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It's October, meaning it's breast cancer awareness month again. Awareness is great... but let's talk about prevention. Are there actually actions we can take, products we can avoid, foods we can eat to decrease our risk of developing cancer? Dr. Aliza Cicerone, board certified in Naturopathic Oncology joins Elevate Your Energy to discuss the best tips to prevent cancer.