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November is Diabetic Eye Disease Awareness Month. Do you know the signs of Diabetic Eye Disease? Do you know the best ways to prevent Diabetic Eye Disease?
Join Partners in Health talk show host Gail Dixon and her special guests (TBA) as we discuss how to have Diabetes and Retain Your Eyesight.
During the second half of Partners in Health we discusss Pancreatic Cancer, the signs, symptoms and Prevention.
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Networking to uplift each other in all areas of life.
Dialogue on topics that concern you. This Week: "Meet Alicia Bertine" To start off our series, we're reintroducing Alicia Bertine. Join her each week to learn about living and surviving pancreatic cancer. Living with hope and gusto. Our guest today is Alicia Bertine. She is a beautiful young woman inside and out that is inspiring and a joy to meet and know. You may remember her as on of the people in Oprah's LoveTown USA reality TV show. Join us and listen to her story. You'll walk away a different person. I’d like to hear from you! I invite you to call in during broadcast and share your questions and comments. Bring your expertise, resources, wisdom, stories and unique insight to the weekly topics. Don’t miss our broadcasts hit the FOLLOW button. We are committed to providing a forum for voices and opinions of woman in the mass media. If you have any suggestions for future programs, we'd like to hear from you. Send your comments and suggestions to: firstname.lastname@example.org maslowwoman.com
November is Lung and Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month Join us Live on Saturday November 3rd, 2012 at 8pm EST.
Your not alone, we are taking an in depth look at lung and pancreatic cancer with people who have lived through it.
If you have lung/pancreatic cancer, had lung/pancreatic cancer, know someone who has or had lung/pancreatic cancer or if your a friend, family member or caregiver of someone with lung/pancreatic cancer we want to speak to you during this live broadcast.
Call in with your questions suggestions and comments the number to call is 646-716-6587
Registered Nurse and Health Coach, Candice Rosen, joins Sasha Ottey on the PCOS Challenge radio show to speak about how to get relief from PCOS by improving the health of your pancreas. Candice is the creator of the Pancreatic Nutritional Program and the author of The Pancreatic Oath, a book for health conscious people searching for improved wellness and weight loss through diet and blood glucose regulation.
Join PCOS Challenge and other women in the fight against Polycystic Ovary Syndrome at PCOSChallenge.com.
PancNextTM is a next-generation sequencing (NGS) panel that simultaneously analyzes 13 genes implicated in hereditary pancreatic cancer.
Utilizing next-generation sequencing (NGS) technology, Ambry Genetics developed a comprehensive test for hereditary pancreatic cancer (specifically pancreatic adenocarcinoma) comprised of 13 genes (APC, ATM, BRCA1, BRCA2, CDKN2A, EPCAM, MLH1, MSH2, MSH6, PALB2, PMS2, STK11, TP53).
Pulmonary fibrosis can occur when lung tissue becomes damaged and scarred. For some types of pulmonary fibrosis, a cause can be determined – but not for people who have what’s known as “idiopathic” pulmonary fibrosis, or of unknown cause. IPF is a progressive and irreversible lung disease[iii] that makes it difficult to breathe and even complete everyday tasks.[iv] The incidence of IPF is greater than that of ovarian cancer, similar to those of pancreatic cancer and of all leukemias combined, and nearly 30 times that of cystic fibrosis.[v]
Bob is a retiree and active family man who has a positive outlook on life. He can only physically exert himself for about 15 or 20 minutes before he needs use an oxygen tank – but he still tries to enjoy yard work or play the occasional golf game, rather than miss out on opportunities to enjoy his life.
CancerNext-ExpandedTM is a next generation sequencing (NGS) panel that simultaneously analyzes 43 genes associated with increased risk for breast, colon, ovarian, pancreatic, renal, uterine, and many other cancers. Ambry utilizes next-generation sequencing to offer a comprehensive hereditary pan-cancer panel.
Joe Hackman discusses Pancreatic Cancer awareness with Judy Loyd, Michelle Monhart and Diane Borrison of the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network. Joe, Judy and Michelle lost parents to Pancreatic Cancer and Diane is a survivor! Join us in raising awareness for this particularly lethal form of cancer. 43,000 Americans will be diagnosed with the disease this year, 39,000 of them will die from the disease.
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Join "COACHING CONVERSATIONS" this Thursday August 14th @ 9pm as Life Coach Shawn Marie Cichowski and Creative Dream Builder Coach August Schilz will share their experiences of moving and accepting transition after the loss of a loved one. August will talk about his grieving process after losing his son unexpectantly and Shawn will tell about her transformation from grief to inspiration after losing her mother to pancreatic cancer. Please join the conversation at 657-383-1996.
The recent passing of Apple chairman Steve Jobs was a reminder that pancreatic cancer is one of the deadliest forms of the disease, with only a 6 percent survival rate. November is Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month and in this episode we discuss Purple Stride, a national series of 5K races, including a Nov. 5 race in the Tampa Bay area, that draws attention to this horrible disease. Race director Tracy Connolly joins us to preview this race and pancreatic cancer awareness month.
How much do you really know about Pancreatic Cancer, other than knowing that Apple CEO Steve Jobs, actors Michael Landon and Patrick Swayze died from it?
IN THE MIX hopes to offer more insight into this mysterious disease with valuable information from guest DANA QUINN-NWA Community Representative for the PANCREATIC CANCER ACTION NETWORK with her expertise. She’ll offer a better understanding of what Pancreatic Cancer is and why it’s called a “silent” disease. Join us for an eye opening discussion.
Tune in on Tuesday, October 16th at 2:00 PM/ET for a Blog Talk Radio special Pancreatic Cancer – Personal Perspectives to kick off our upcoming Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Day on Saturday, November 3rd, 2012.
A panelist of our previous patients, patients’ family members, and staff, will be answering questions about how to navigate the medical community, what to do to build a network of support, and advice on how to be a caregiver. Using their own personal experience, they will answer your questions live, such as:
• With an overwhelming amount of information and options today, how do I decide what treatment is correct for me? • What can I do to better prepare myself for doctor appointments? • What are examples of different ways I can be there to support a loved one? • How do I maintain a positive attitude and increase my chances for survival? • How do I connect with others who have been through this? To submit a patient advocacy or patient experience question for Bob or Mariann, visit the online question submission form or tweet an “@” reply to @columbiasurgery. Don't forget to bookmark the Columbia Surgery Blog Talk Radio Channel and then log in or call 347-539-5189 on Wednesday October 16th at 2:00 PM/ET. For more information on this program, check out our blog article, Pancreatic Cancer – Personal Perspectives.
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