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  • 01:02

    Cancer Survivorship - Cindy Collins interviews Dr Reese Patterson

    in Health

    Cindy Collins interviews Dr. Reese Patterson on Cancer Survivorship. Covered is the following:



    What is Survivorship 
    Personality of the Survivor
    Factors of Survivorship
    Self Image - a concept developed for survival by Reese Patterson.
    Acknowledgment of  Memorial Sloan Kettering to Reese Patterson 

  • 01:02

    Cancer Survivorship - Cindy Collins Interviews Dr. Reese Patterson

    in Health

    Cindy Collins interviews Dr. Reese Patterson on Cancer Survivorship. Covered is the following:
    What is Survivorship  Personality of the Survivor Factors of Survivorship Self Image - a concept developed for survival by Reese Patterson. Acknowledgment of  Memorial Sloan Kettering to Reese Patterson 

  • 01:00

    ASCO Survivorship Guidelines Part II: Implications and Fall-Out

    in Family

    Tune in for Part II of the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) survivorship guidelines as we delve deeper into fall-out and future implications. Kathy LaTour hit upon the new evidence-based guidelines inside CURE Magazine. Last Monday's episode scratched the surface on how patients and physicians have dealt with chronic issues resulting from cancer treatment. 


    As a returning guest, Molly MacDonald provided our listeners with the latest milestones and partnerships of her non-profit, The Pink Fund. While she considered her cancer to be a "mild" case, her story of basic needs being threatened for herself and her five children was absolutely riveting. Tragedy turned triumph inspired a mission of providing a financial bridge for the women and men fighting for their lives during breast cancer treatment. Finances have a direct impact on the issues ASCO outlined. 


    Survivor and participant at the recent OMG! Stupid Cancer Summit, Diana DeVoe, also joined the discussion. For more than 20 years of survivorship she suffered with neuropathy, fatigue, depression, and anxiety ... and denial. She gave listeners an inside view of why the new guidelines may serve as a beacon of hope. 


    This week, the ASCO discussion continues on a much deeper level. Tune in to hear what it will take to achieve understanding and ultimate quality of care.

  • 01:00

    Salute to the Survivors - Breast Cancer Awareness Month

    in Self Help

    In this episode of Justified Madness, J'Wan Yvette salutes survivors of breast cancer and also shares facts and tips to help women to be aware of the early ways to detect breast cancer, as well as tips to help anyone who has a loved one who has been diagnosed, and facts and tips that we all should know about breast cancer.  Call 619-638-8436 to be part of the conversation and email saturdaymadness11@gmail.com to share your story

  • 01:05

    Epiphany's House welcomes Anita Woodley!

    in Poetry

    I love a supa dupa multi talented artist...trust me...Anita Woodley is exactly that...Imma sit a spell and get nosey right quick..Watch me work...


    ANITA WOODLEY is an award-winning journalist/producer/actress/poet/mixed-media folk visual artist/baker, and playwright. She is also a motivational/inspirational keynote speaker, state-certified HIV counselor, North Carolina Durham Arts Council Emerging Artist in Drama, and Literary/Visual/Improvisational Theatrical Teaching/Resident Artist for in North Carolina’s Durham Public Schools, Carrboro ArtsCenter, and the Orange County School District. In her spare time, Anita is an Improvisational Jazz band lead vocalist and an Associate Member of the Sisters Network Triangle: an affiliate chapter of the only African-American Women’s National Breast Cancer Survivorship Support Group.

  • 01:02

    Ask MomRN Show

    in Family

    According to the American Cancer Society, there are nearly 14.5 million cancer patients and survivors in the U.S. and more than one and a half million people are diagnosed with cancer each year. As the number of cancer survivors continues to increase, the need for support around survivorship issues, such as working during and after treatment, is becoming more and more important. Experts Kathy Flora and Rebecca Nellis discuss the benefits that working during treatment can bring to cancer patients and survivors, the challenges they face while working or looking for work during/after treatment, and tips on how to navigate workplace conversations.


    November is National Family Caregivers Month. A staggering 40 million Americans are caring for an adult relative or friend, but many of those people don’t even think what they are doing is considered caregiving. Caregiving Expert Amy Goyer specializes in family caregiving and multigenerational issues and she will give us tips on how to manage caregiving along with life and work.


    Winter is a challenging time to keep kids healthy because it's cold & flu season. Pediatrician Dr. Nina Shapiro share tips to keep kids well throughout the winter.


    TechExpert and MTV VJ Host Desi Sanchez previews the Hippest and Hottest New Gifts for the Holidays!


    Lifestyle and Beauty expert, Karen Firsel shares tips to keep us looking and feeling our best this fall and winter!


    Fire safety tips from Fire Chief John Sinclair to keep your family safe from house fires.


    Kathleen Campisano, VP of Toys & Games for Barnes and Noble, has exciting news about Maker Faire events being held in B&N stores nationwide this week.


     


     


     


     


     


     


     


     

  • 02:01

    Blood & Honey; Secret Herstory of Women & Goddess Speaks: Magic Violin

    in Women

    FIRST GUEST:  Danica Anderson, PhD, forensic psychotherapist discusses her new book, Blood and Honey; Secret Herstory of Women; South Slavic Women's Experiences in a World of Modern-day Territorial Warfare delving into topics such as the narratives of Bosnian women war crimes and war survivors narratives, including her mother's concentration camp survivorship of WWII.  Danica will share how the Balkan War changed standards making rape a weapon of war along with how the silencing of women and the violence they endured also silenced reverence for the Moist Mother Earth.  We'll learn about the Slavic round dance called the Kolo, danced in these confict zones by the women as they keep alive deeply embedded biological processes supporting the manifesting of female social collectives inclusive of men and remembering the children.


    SECOND GUEST:  Tonight Patrick McCollum returns with an update on the mysterious and magickal story about Goddess speaking the incredible Violin of Peace.

  • 00:53

    Cancer Survivor Talks Coping Tools, & Live TV Murders

    in Politics

    Replay of Thursday's Show


    Barbara Tako-The breast cancer and melanoma survivor, author, organizing/de-cluttering genius and motivational speaker discusses Cancer Survivorship Coping Tools. 


    Stacy Washington-A member of the National Advisory Council of the Project 21 black leadership network, and a local talk radio host in St. Louis, Missouri talks about the bitter black reporter who gunned down white ex-colleagues live on air and posted the video online. 


    Horace Cooper- Adjunct fellow with the National Center for Public Policy Research, co-chairman of the Project 21 National Advisory Board and a legal commentator, asks, "Is the activists narrative that blacks are treated unfairly leading to disgruntled blacks who ultimately go off the edge?"

  • 02:45

    Black Pastors Protest Sanger, On The Campaign Trail & Latest Movie News

    in Politics

    Paul Kengor-He is a professor of political science and executive director of The Center for Vision & Values at Grove City College. His latest book is The Communist: Frank Marshall Davis, The Untold Story of Barack Obama's Mentor.  The professor talks about Black Pastors Protest Margaret Sanger at Smithsonian.


    Alexis Levinson-Senior political reporter at National Review, where she covers the 2016 presidential and Senate races takes us to the eye of the GOP Presidential storm.


    Steve Evans-The Movie Guy reports live from Hollywood, CA  on the weekend's box office, with Straight Outta Compton and MI5 coming in 1 & 2 once again.  Plus, this week's coming attractions.


    Barbara Tako-The breast cancer and melanoma survivor, author, organizing/de-cluttering genius and motivational speaker discusses Cancer Survivorship Coping Tools.


    Stacy Washington-A member of the National Advisory Council of the Project 21 black leadership network, and a local talk radio host in St. Louis, Missouri talks about the bitter black reporter who gunned down white ex-colleagues live on air and posted the video online.


    Horace Cooper- Adjunct fellow with the National Center for Public Policy Research, co-chairman of the Project 21 National Advisory Board and a legal commentator, asks, "Is the activists narrative that blacks are treated unfairly leading to disgruntled blacks who ultimately go off the edge?"

  • 01:05

    The Healing Power Of Music

    in Health

    For our Season 16 finale, we're focusing on the art of survivorship and the impact of music on the cancer journey. Join us as we welcome Angel Rey (singer/songwriter and young adult brain cancer survivor) as he debuts his new single "Stepping Forward" with a live performance! Survivor spotlight on Dance4Healing founder and young adult survivor, nasopharyngeal cancer Amy Li.

  • 00:38

    Celebrating Life with Institute for Cancer Care at Mercy Medical Center

    in Health

    Yes, the Institute for Cancer Care at Mercy Medical Center will host a Celebration of Life for cancer survivors and we will be talking about the fun, the party, the entertainment as Mercy celebrates survivorship on National Cancer Survivors Day on Sunday, June 7.


    Join Anna's Journey live show or listen to the show's podcast for replay.