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  • 00:30

    Breast Cancer Treatments with Dr Juliann Reiland

    in Health

    Dr. Reiland is a breast surgeon with over 20 years of experience and her practice currently focuses on providing treatments for women dealing with a breast cancer diagnosis.  Her treatments include intra-operative electron radiation therapy as well as oncoplasty.  She graduated from the University of South Dakota School of Medicine and completed a surgical residency at Creighton University.  She is currently the medical direction for the Intraoperative Radiation Therapy Breast Program at Avera McKennan Hospital.  She has also acted as a consultant and has lectured nationally and internationally. 


     


    Dr. Reiland may be reached at DrJuliann.com.


     


    Disclaimer:  The information provided is for educational purposes only and is not meant for diagnosis or treatment.  Seek the help of your health care provider before making any changes to your health.

  • 00:15

    Alternative Cancer Treatments

    in Health

    Discussion on Alternative Cancer Treatments

  • 00:30

    What Caregivers Need to Know About New Cancer Treatments

    in Health

    eCareDiary's caregiving expert, Margery Pabst will speak to Dr. David Decker, Executive Director of Cancer Institute at Florida Hospital, about advances in cancer research and treatments benefiting patients and caregivers.

  • 00:59

    HEALTH MEDIA NOW-JULIA SCHOPICK-HONEST MEDICINE-DISEASE INNOVATIVE TREATMENTS

    in Health

    Please join us this Wednesday, August 26, 2015 with host Denise Messenger for an informative show!  Our special guest is Julia Schopick.  We will be discussing time-tested, inexpensive treatments for life-threatening diseases such as cancer, wound-healing, liver disease, epilepsy, etc.  Julia Schopick is a best-selling author of the book, HONEST MEDICINE: Effective, Time-Tested, Inexpensive Treatments for Life-Threatening Diseases.   Julia is a seasoned radio talk show guest who has appeared on over 100 shows and is often invited back. Through her writings and her blog, HonestMedicine.com, Julia’s goal is to empower patients to make the best health choices for themselves and their loved ones by teaching them about little-known, but promising treatments their doctors may not know about. Julia’s writings on health and medical topics have been featured in American Medical News (AMA), Alternative & Complementary Therapies, the British Medical Journal and the Chicago Sun-Times. She coaches patients in how to educate their doctors about treatments they may not know about, and also gives “virtual” presentations to health organizations and patient groups throughout the country.  You asked for it and we deliver!

  • Super Cop helps SUPER HERO FIGHT CANCER

    in Culture

    Please join host Frankie Picasso for a very special show on Thursday August 27th when my guest is Police Constable Gareth Ward who is campaigning diligently to help his super hero buddy, 5 year old Luke Brewer and family fly to America where Luke will be treated for cancer in October.


    Luke was recently diagnosed with Rabdomysocoma, a type of sarcoma that attacks connective tissue and usually hits children 1 to 5 years old.  As treatment is unavailable in the UK, Luke and his family need to come to the USA and the course of therapy will take 7 weeks.


    Gareth hopes to raise enough to bring the family for treatment and have a little left over to send Luke to Disneyland as a special treat for the brave little man.  


    To date, Gareth has been able to raise a little over £1000, but this is still a long way off the target of £2000 he needs.


    In addition to the Go Fund ME site:     http://gofundme.com/lukethesuperhero     Gareth is also planning to raise money by participating in a 9bar9x9 running event in Luke’s name. This is an 81km endurance run held in Guildford, Kent, UK, on 10 October and Gareth will be running it in full police gear weighing approximately 42 lbs. In addition to all of this, Gareth also designed some amazing super hero wrist bands that are also a fund raiser and can be purchased on Facebook by going to https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=427589130758195&id=232219716961805


    Please join us to help raise money for Luke and CALL US to send your POSITIVE MESSAGES of LOVE to Luke who I know will listen to the show and love to hear your words of encouragement.

  • Cancer - a dreaded diagnosis! Yet, Life goes on

    in Business

    Jessica Foox, Oncology Social Worker at MedStar Union Memorial Hospital joines Anna's Journey for a wrap up on cancer. 

  • 01:03

    Breast cancer awareness

    in Family

     


     


    Let's  talk about it !


     


    Join us for a heartfelt discussion on breast cancer awareness.


     


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  • Writestream Tuesday: A Snobby Girl's Guide to Cancer/Ovarian Cancer Awareness

    in Books

    September is Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month.


    It's hard to believe it's been almost a year since the release of Maureen Miles Bucci's book A Snobby Girl's Guide to Dealing with Cancer: Surviving Cancer with Humor, Grace, and Style. On August 25 the author returns to Writestream Tuesday with Daria Anne to talk about her success with the book, her work with other cancer patients and caregivers, her Snobby Girl Facebook Group, and her plans for future projects.


    During the live show, call in with your questions and comments at (347) 945-7246.
     

  • 00:33

    EP.17 - Cast Up to Cancer

    in Podcasting

    This week we have Debbie Galant, journalist, author and host of The Chemo Files podcast.  She was recently diagnosed with breast cancer and has decided to take listeners through her journey as she battles it.  It's powerful audio, a great resource for someone else who may be dealing with cancer, but also just a source of amazing life lessons from a phenomenally strong person.  Make sure you check out her podcast on SoundCloud, iTunes and at the website MidCenturyModernMag.com.  And please send her and her family all of the love and support that you can.


    Also, as a reminder, if you recently launched a new podcast, are considering one, or just want to be more involved in the podcasting industry, shoot me a note and let's talk about your aspirations right here on PodUp.  Would love to hear from you! You can reach out by following me on twitter @PodUpPodcast, contacting me through my consulting website MPassyProductions.com or email me directly at Mathew@Mpassyproductions.com.

  • 00:31

    Andrew Goldstein's big 10 years. Homophobia in the referee world.

    in LGBT

    In 2004, then-Dartmouth lacrosse goalie Andrew Goldstein wrote a powerful piece for Outsports about coming out to his lacrosse team. Since then, Andrew has played professional lacrosse, moved to Los Angeles, got married and is now on his way to curing cancer. Earlier this year he met Braeden, a young lacrosse player who was struggling with being gay. Goldstein knew he had to do something to help Braeden. This Sunday, Aug. 30, ESPN will air the story of Andrew, Braeden and the Courage Game that helped save young Braeden's life. We'll talk to Andrew about the story and his last 10 years.


    This week a closeted gay high school football official in Louisiana wrote about his experiences there with homophobia and sexism. More and more gay officials are now talking with us about the environment they face from fans and from their fellow referees. We'll talk about the forgotten corner of the sports world and how we'll make it better.

  • 00:19

    Sue Ellen Allen on Expert Insights Radio!

    in Self Help

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    Viki Winterton interviews Sue Ellen Allen!


    Sue Ellen is a former University of Texas grad, former educator, former business owner, former community leader, and former inmate at Arizona State prison.


    She is a current author and activist promoting education behind bars. She serves as Executive Director for Gina’s Team, an organization that brings educational programs and speakers into prison to inspire and empower the inmate population to strive for a better future and a successful reentry. Gina’s Team is named for her prison roommate who died there of medical neglect. Gina’s death was a defining moment of Sue Ellen’s journey, giving her life a new purpose and passion.


    In prison, under harsh conditions, she survived advanced breast cancer and learned to turn pain into power. She also learned that not all prisons are behind bars, and that every journey has a purpose. Overcoming incredible odds, she found her purpose and now works with prison officials, legislatures, and interns from Arizona State University to serve the forgotten population behind bars, so that upon their reentry to society they will join our community as positive, contributing members.


    The award-winning author of The Slumber Party From Hell, a memoir about her prison journey, her writing has also been included in Serving Productive Time by Tom and Laura Lagana, authors of Chicken Soup For the Prisoner’s Soul. Additionally, many of her poems were published in Cosmopolitan magazine under the leadership of Helen Gurley Brown.