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People say "I got this disease, I caught this sickness", but do God's children have enough faith to catch the cure of Jesus Christ? Do we have enough faith to recieve power of Jesus Christ? Hi, I am Ashley Ketcham. I am 18 years old and just a child of god that wants to see healing be done to you today, right now at this second.
Cure Panel Talk Show launches its first Live On-Air Myeloma Support Group Meeting.
Myeloma patients from all over the world can now dial-in to the meeting to listen and share their stories or ask questions.
Topic of meeting is: Balancing The Needs Of Patient and Caregiver.
The first meeting will have myeloma survivor and blogger, Pat Killingsworth, Sandy Hirsch, and Sue VanDuyn offering advice for myeloma patients based on their experience.
Welcome to Our First Cure Panel Talk Show on PROSTATE CANCER jointly hosted by The Prostate Cancer Foundation.
The expert on the show is Dr. Matthew Cooperberg, MD, MPH and we have an international panel of prostate cancer survivors of Dan Zenka, Dan Hennessey, Gary Petersen, and Terry Herbert.
The topic of discussion is:
Risk Stratified Treatment and Active Surveillance
This March our Myeloma Cure Panel topic is: Working While Living with Myeloma We have Matt Goldman, myeloma survivor, in conversation with Cancer Legal Resource Center representative Anya Prince, myeloma survivor Amy Garofalo and noted myeloma author and advocate, Pat Killingsworth.
And Jesus came to them and spoke to them, saying "All authority has been given to Me in heaven and on earth. Go therefore and make disciples of all the nations, and baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all things that I have commanded you; and lo I am with you always, even to the end of the age." Amen.
February Myeloma Cure Panel Talk Show with noted myeloma advocate, author and survivor Pat Killingsworth is going to be different. This episode is dedicated to answering myeloma questions. Ask your myeloma question to our panelists - Pat Killingsworth, Gary Petersen, Nick van Dyk, and Sandy Hirsch live on the show.
Would humanitarians kill?
Steve Jackson wrote a novel about people we think are "doing the good" - finding a cure for the incurable. He calls them "the caretakers of our hope." But are these humanitarians be involved in a cruel duplicity, a personal deceit, phenomenal in its audacity, an evil means to a selfish end? Have they come to see the disease, our enemy, as their benefactor? How far would they go to protect the enemy?
Would they actually go so far as murder?
As an internationally recognized expert in several areas of high technology and their marketplaces, Steve Jackson is an internationally-known technology expert and business consultant. Most recently, he founded (along with his wife) the hugely successful independent publishing company known as Telemachus Press.
Steve is always great fun, he's a suspenseful and smart writer, and he knows more about independent publishing than just about anyone! I hope he'll tell us about the next Thomas Briggs novel.
Our January Myeloma Cure Panel Talk Show hosts eminent multiple myeloma experts Dr. Shaji Kumar M.D. from MayoClinic and Dr. Edward A Faber from University of Nebraska Medical Center. The topic of discussion is: New Promising Treatments for Multiple Myeloma Gary Petersen is the co-host of the show with Pat Killingsworth and Jack Aiello on the panel.
Host: David Masters
David talks about seeking God and seeking salvation; he continues playing portions of Roy's upcoming "Cure Stress - Cure Cancer" pack, where Roy speaks with callers about cancer.
For more information, and to find out about the Cure Stress Device and the accompanying book, visit http://www.fhu.com
Originally aired: April 25, 2013 – Hour 2
Perhaps one of the maladies that has been and still is pervasive in most societies and cultures is alcoholism. In 2009, a bold attempt to address this issue was undertaken. Dr. Roy Eskapa published "The Cure for Alcoholism" using the concept of treating alcoholism while still in continuing to drink. This technique is called the Sinclair method, named after the Dr. David Sinclair, who first developed it through an approval of a US patent issued on November 21, 1989. Dr. Eskapa showcases this technique in what is considered the most comprehensive dissertation on alcohol addiction management and recovery. In this interview, he cites first hand experience with patients gaining freedom from alcohol dependence and for most, a full recovery. The key ingredient in this process is Naltrexone, a prescription medication approved by the FDA. Dr Roy Eskapa, has been working with Dr. David Sinclair at the National Public Health Institute (Finland) since 1989 conducting research on deprivation effects and pharmacological extinction for addictions.