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We are excited to feature Dr. Vincent Rajkumar of Mayo Clinic on The Cure Panel Talk Show. Dr. Rajkumar will be addressing the topic, Myeloma Control vs. Cure with our panel of patient experts.
Dr. S. Vincent Rajkumar is a professor of medicine at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota. His research focuses on clinical, epidemiological, and laboratory research for myeloma and related disorders.
Panelists: Gary Petersen, Pat Killingsworth, Nick van Dyk, Cynthia Chmielewski, Lizzy Smith
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Kathy LaTour, Editor at Large of CURE Magazine, returns for the CURE quarterly feature. While the care plan is understandably aimed at the patient, it's the caregivers who take on duties that often mirror healthcare professionals. Spouses, parents, siblings, and friends are among the millions of "angels" helping loved ones through the battle on a daily basis.
Don Vaughan says "caregivers are key to transitioning patients throughout the course of care." His recent story in CURE Magazine highlights crucial elements of caregiver responsibility and available resources to efficiently carry it out. Don Vaughan will come alongside Kathy LaTour to address the impact of care transitions on the patient and family caregivers, as well as the myriad of challenges that frequently occur.
This episode expands upon a previous conversation with founder of "The Caregiver Space", Adrienne Gruberg. Her vision come true of a virtual support network for family and professional caregivers helps them manage and cope with those ongoing challenges -- in a 24/7 format. Adrienne's experience of caregiving for both her husband and mother-in-law parallels survivor Kathy LaTour's journey in caring for and subsequently losing her mother to breast cancer.
Join us for an up-close and personal talk about what it takes to be an informed, effective team member for your loved one. Between guests Don and Kathy, and co-hosts Maryann and Rob, there will be a wealth of insight shared about the caregiver's role in battling cancer, as well as other life-altering journeys.
Speaking of the search for happiness....which I hope I am....there's the one sure killer that I assume we all fall victim to from time to time -- Worry. It's the killer of all things good and decent, and I'm far too familiar with it. In fact, right now, I'm worry about doing a show about worrying. Sick, right? Kids. Relationships. Love. Loss of Love. Divorce. The Boston Red Sox. Cockroaches. People who don't believe in climate change. People who do believe in open-mouthed sneezes in public. So much to fear, so little time. So let's talk about all our worries and how, well, to stop worrying about them!
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Host: Roy Masters
Roy discussed letting the dead bury the dead.
Khanthaly says, "One of my in-laws is very sensitive".
Patrick, a brand new listener, see's the danger of smoking pot.
Sarah asks, "Where do I go from here?"
Joseph has questions about ography.
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The "yips"…one of the most dreaded words in sports. Most athletes associate the yips with golfers, but athletes in baseball, tennis, and other sports can develop the yips.
The yips are a phenomenon that is established on the physiological level of the body. That's why mental and mechanical approaches to solving this issue do not work.
Golfers and other athletes will struggle for years attempting to get rid of the yips by making mechanical changes, using work-arounds, changing equipment, or trying to mentally fix it.
None of these attempted fixes work because the change must happen on the level it originated on, which is the cellular level.
In this episode, Stacey will talk about the comprehensive Yips Program she has developed and her experiences working with athletes to cure the yips.
Stacey Vornbrock, M.S. is pioneering the use of EFT with professional and amateur athletes to release mental, emotional, physical, and mechanical blocks on the cellular level. She is recognized as a leading expert in the use of EFT with sports performance and is the author of 9 EFT Breakthrough Performance Sports Manuals as well as ebooks for non-athletes.
To schedule your free Yips Evaluation session with Stacey, email her at firstname.lastname@example.org or call her at 480-945-9750.
Visit her website: BreakthroughPerformance.net
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Host: David Masters
David discussed the hidden source of suicidal thoughts.
David discussed the Cure Stress device.
Hanz says, "I am helping people with PTSD".
Rita is thankful for Roy's help.
Dr. Shaji K Kumar is Associate Professor of Medicine at the Mayo Clinic College of Medicine and a consultant, Mayo Clinic Division of Hematology. Dr. Kumar is board certified in medical oncology and hematology. He is a member of the American Society of Hematology, American Society of Clinical Oncology, American Association of Clinical Research, American Society of Blood and Marrow Transplantation, American Medical Association, Association of Physicians of India, and the European Hematology Association. His laboratory focuses on development of novel drugs for treatment of myeloma and he has been published in numerous peer-reviewed journals including British Journal of Haematology, Blood, American Journal of Hematology, and Bone Marrow Transplant on this topic.
On the panel are myeloma advocates, Gary Petersen, Pat Killingsworth, Jack Aiello, Nick van Dyk, and Cynthia Chmielewski.
SPIRITUAL THERAPEUTICS PART TWO
For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction.
Many people are NEEDLESSLY suffering from oppression, depression and recession.
There are many people who are Daimonizomai = to be under the power of a demon.
I don’t pray for people with DAIMONIZOMAI (devils and demons),
I HEAL THEM with THERAPEUTIC CARE. The English word therapeutic comes from the Greek Word, “THERAPEUO” which means to serve, NOT SALE, to heal, NOT HURT, to cure NOT CURSE, to restore to health NOT DEPLETE WEALTH.
I am a Spiritualologist. I use SPIRITUAL THERAPEUTICS OR SPIRITUAL THERAPY TO HEAL BROKEN, CONFUSION OR DEPRESSED HEARTS WITH THE POWERFUL WORD OF GOD!
Spiritual Therapy can HEAL / remove oppression, depression, recession…… even possession!!!
The problem is, many of us “unknowingly” INVITE THE DEVIL INTO OUR LIVES, OUR HOME, OUR WORK, OUR CHILDREN, ETC……….
REPLACE FORCE WITH PEACE
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Many people carry trust issue and allow these issues to rob them of great opportunities and their happiness. Pastor Darrell answers the unspoken constant question that every man and women ask within themselves one way or another... Is there a cure for trust issues? Join in the conversation with the most progressive solution radio show on the east coast with Darrell L. Owens. Our conversations deal with it all; Love, Sex, Faith, God, & Everything Taboo and we "Rework" it all everyday from 2-3pm.
The On-Air Myeloma Support Group meeting with Dr. John W. Killip, discussed Osteonecrosis of Jaw (ONJ), a condition associated with a loss of blood supply to the jaw, causing the jawbone tissue death. Although the prevalence of ONJ is below 1%, it is more common in multiple myeloma patients as compared to breast and prostate cancer patients. Dr. Killip informed that ONJ may be caused by long term use of bisphosphonates, such as Aredia (pamidronate) and Zometa (zoledronic acid) in multiple myeloma patients. It may also be triggered by dental procedures like like tooth extraction or dental implants. He also educated our audience on the importance of good dental care providers & dental hygiene precautions a myeloma patient should take in preventing ONJ.
Support group leader Pat Killingsworth supported by myeloma survivors & advocates Paula Van Riper and Gary Peterson enriched the discussion by bringing in controversial but very practical points related to the effects and efficacy of Aredia and Zometa regimens.
Dr. John W. Killip, D.D.S., has been a long time leader in dental education and an advocate for strengthening effective teaching. Dr. Killip retired on December 1, 2012, as Associate Dean for Student Programs, capping off a 45-year dental career-including over 25 years at the UMKC School of Dentistry-and he currently holds the academic rank of Clinical Professor Emeritus.Diagnosed with Multiple Myeloma Dr. Killip has been treated at the Kansas University Medical Center Hospital, Blood and Marrow Transplant Unit with two autologous stem cell transplants (March of 2008 and October of 2012). He is being treated with a regime of maintenance mediation (Velcade) and is currently in remission.
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