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On this Saturday Episode of The Beautiful Butterfly Show we will be Discussing Prostate Cancer Awareness. Even in 2013 we have Men whom are still afraid to go to the doctor. Its time for us to start encouraging our Men to act on their Health.There are alot of venues offered to women for a number of issues , but when it comes to men's health, their issues are not really spotlighted. Tune into and be prepared to take notes on Prostate Screening, and Signs of Prostate Cancer!
Al Brown, prostate cancer survivor and organizer of Time4the99, a prostate cancer advocacy group returns following the organization's fundraiser gala held October 20th in Chicago.
Al answers your questions about prostate cancer "live" on the air for a full hour. "The 99" share how they are joining together nationally. We, too, can get involved in the movement to save men's lives from prostate cancer.
Join us! Saturday, October 26, 2013 9 AM - 10AM.
Tom Edwards and I discuss what he encountered after being diagnosed with Prostate Cancer. Tom gives us a first hand look into the challenges he encountered. What is also dicussed is why living the healthy lifestyle may not have prevented this but it did give him options.
For more of the medical side of Prostate Cancer visit, http://www.cancer.gov/cancertopics/types/prostate
Brian Cohen DTM Strategies of Success www.briansos.com 631-255-3581 email@example.com
Joel Gresham is the Founder of Not 1 Forgotten a Cancer Awareness Not-for-Profit. According to CDC up to 300,000 men will die from cancer in America this year. Statistics show that a higher percentage of men will die from cancer because they are typically diagnosed at a late stage. The mission of Not 1 Forgotten is to focus on awareness as a link to encourage men to get regular checkups as a preventive measure to stay healthy and live longer.
Robert Clark was diagnosed with Stage 1 Prostate cancer. His work as a cranberry farmer in the ‘70s may have exposed him to some harmful, cancer-causing pesticides and herbicides. Now, for anyone that knows about prostate cancer, there is a high tendency to remove the prostate using the da Vinci Surgical System, a robot commonly used for prostatectomies. This can lead to problems with controlling urine, blood in the urine and sexual dysfunction. On the other hand, radiation treatment can lead to similar side effects, including Peyronie’s disease, a deformation of the male genitalia. This type of surgical or radiation treatment procedure may deplete your quality of life, but in some cases it’s necessary. Integrative approaches should be used regardless, to help patient reach entirely better overall health.
But Bob didn’t have to face any of that. A good friend of his recommended Envita to him, so he checked into their program and got started. Even better, because Bob’s cancer was caught at such an early stage, he didn’t need chemotherapy or radiation treatment. Instead, his immune system was cranked back up to an 11 using immunotherapy and nutritional therapy developed by Envita’s medical team.
Envita normally doesn’t share testimonials until after a long period of remission. In Bob’s case, he’s had eight years without any return of the cancer. Bob was smart and approached his cancer using the world’s latest technologies. This reminds us how powerful the human body is at healing when provided the correct steps. He used nothing but powerful natural treatments. Does integrative medicine work? For those with experience, it’s the most complete form of care.
Thanks to Envita, Bob returned to his quality of life without having to give up his prostate or suffer through surgery and side effects. Congratulations Bob. We all wish continued success in your health.
Good News Show Welcomes:
Al Brown, Prostate Cancer Advocate/Speaker and Founder of Time4The99, an organization of female prostate cancer advocates, discusses his journey through prostate cancer and his initiative to mobilize women nationwide as prostate cancer advocates in an effort to raise awareness among all men in general, but Black men in particular. Statistics have shown that black men are dying at a rate of 2.5x's greater than white men from prostate cancer.
Good News Show Also Welcome:
Jim Kent Executive From Organo Gold He Will Tell You More About How This organically grown Ganoderma Lucidum commonly known as Red Reishi mushroom Could Possibly Help In The Prevention Of Cancer!
Cure Panel Talk Show on Prostate Cancer conducted in association with Prostate Cancer Foundation and Prostate Cancer International features Dr. Mark Emberton of University College London Hospitals.
Dr. Emberton will be addressing the developing applications of HIFU (high-intensity focused ultrasound) and Focal Therapy (removal of tissue from only selected areas of the prostate) in the management of early stage, localized prostate cancer on the show.
The show is co-hosted by Mike E. Scott of Prostate Cancer International and supporting him on the panel are prostate cancer survivors and advocates, Jim Wickstrom, Richard Davis and Allen Edel.
Mail firstname.lastname@example.org for registering for the event and sending in questions for Dr. Emberton.
Join Al Brown, prostate cancer survivor, advocate and dynamic speaker in a candid discussion about his experience with prostate cancer.
Do you know what prostate cancer really is? Are wearing diapers and no sex after prostate cancer the truth or a myth? Find out what testing and treatment is really like. Black men are dying at a rate 2.5 times greater than white men. Learn what is being done to save men from this highly curable, yet # 1 killer.
Dr. Bruce J. Roth of Washington University School of Medicine is the expert speaker on Cure Panel's third episode on Prostate Cancer.
The topic of discussion is:
Hormonal Therapy for Advanced Prostate Cancer
On the panel we have Mike Scott, Dan Hennessey and Tony Crispino.
Hilary Topper ON AIR
Special Guest: Dr. Deepak Kapoor, Chairman and CEO of Integrated Medical Professionals & President of Advanced Urology Centers of New York
Listen in to this important episode as Dr. Deepak A. Kapoor, Chairman and CEO of Integrated Medical Professionals and President of Advanced Urology Centers of New York, discusses the second leading cause of cancer-related deaths in men and the importance of early detection.
Could Milk Cause Prostate Cancer? Research Says Yes! Have you been diagnosed with prostate cancer?
Or has your loved one been diagnosed with prostate cancer?
Have you considered the possibility that your diet may be one of the causes of this diagnosis?
The fact is that prostate cancer is still the #1 cancer impacting the men in our lives. And there's a substantial amount of research that suggests a very strong link between milk in the diet and the development of prostate cancer.
Get the scoop on prostate cancer and milk on this week's Kick Cancer In The Can™ Weekly Quick Tip. You'll also get simple steps to protect yourself - or to overcome prostate cancer if you've already been diagnosed.
Correction: In the Physician's Health Study I stated that 1 and 1/2 servings of dairy products daily increased the risk of prostate cancer by 34%. It is actually 2 and 1/2 servings daily.
After you've listened to this quick tip, we'd love you to drop on over to our facebook page (www.facebook.com/KickCancerInTheCan), LIKE the page - and then comment on your take-away from the podcast. What change will you make in your diet? Or will you?
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