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Over 4,500 patients are diagnosed with cancer each day. Not long ago, this diagnosis would have been considered a death sentence, but thanks to advances in treatment, there are almost fourteen million survivors in the U.S. Hearing the words "you have cancer" no longer has to mean an end to your life. Instead it can mark the start of a new beginning. Many people gain a new perspective on life after having it.
According to today's special guest, Bill Aron, 20 year cancer survivor, author and world renowned photographer of the beautiful book New Beginnings: The Triumphs of 120 Cancer Survivors, cancer proved to be "the best and worst thing that could happen in life" and was the impetus for soulful reevaluation and forging new beginnings.
His book, New Beginnings features the photographic portraits and narratives of 120 men, women, children and families from diverse backgrounds who have survived cancer. The book is a convincing testament to the indomitable human spirit and its ability to heal and begin anew. It inspires hope in all of us.
Bill Aron is here today to tell us his story, and to share the inspiration and hope he has gained through the stories of the 120 people of diverse backgrounds who comprise this book.
To learn more about Bill Aron, please visit http://www.billaron.com
While cancer is a complex and heartbreaking disease at any point in one's life, being diagnosed in one's twenties and thirties can disrupt major milestones: new career, financial independence, FERTILITY. Fertility preservation is often not introduced to young adult cancer patients until its too late. It is important to know your options before your chemotherapy or radiation starts, and we are talking with young adult cancer survivors and expert to learn more about available recourse.
Joyce will be speaking at the Kidney Cancer Survivors' Meeting at Dana Farber/Harvard Cancer Center on Friday, March 14.
Mike Lawing and Billy Foster, long-time survivors of kidney cancer, join her to talk about what they would say to a room full of cancer survivors.
Cancer is never "one and done" -- there is always the threat of recurrence, and the emotions generated by an encounter with cancer can be profound. Mike and Billy have learned lessons for keeping themselves on an even keel and their cancers at bay for nearly two decades each.
Come join us for the conversation.
Join Cool Chick and Big Izzy as they run down the laundry list of current events now in the media as well as a word on dating single parents. Their thoughts and opinions will keep you thinking and laughing. Topics this week include:
National Cancer Survivor's Day
Suge Knight & Kat Williams
The NBA Playoffs
The "Joys" of Single Dating
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October 2, 2014
Greetings to all God's people thank you for your support and prayers of this broadcast I usually do not come to you in the afternoon but today I have a special guest in the studio Nicole Jennings the CEO of PoshMommy an online boutique featuring gently-used designer wear donated by the wives and significant others of pro athletes, is kicking off its one-year anniversary during Super Bowl weekend with Celebrate in Style, a VIP shopping experience benefiting Face in the Mirror at the Montelucia Resort & Spa on Friday, January 30, from 4 - 6 p.m. Celebrities and NFL players will be in attendance, including DJ Fluker of the San Diego Chargers, Geoff Schwartz of the New York Giants and Greg Jennings of the Minnesota Vikings.
“It’s only fitting we’re celebrating one year of The Posh Mommy on such a grand scale before the Super Bowl,” said CEO and owner Nicole Jennings. “Celebrate in Style" Face in the Mirror is a non-profit that pampers cancer patients with relaxing facials and massages during their hospital stays. During the month of January, a portion of The Posh Mommy’s sales will be donated to Face in the Mirror.
“Our founding mission is to emphasize the impact influential women can make by donating attire often pushed to the side in their closets,” Jennings said. “The Posh Mommy unites women from all walks of life. This is the place where real women share their real fashion at reasonable prices while making a difference for charities like "Face in the Mirror."
Going through cancer treatment requires a lot of strength—physical, emotional, and mental. To stay strong, it’s important to have caregivers, both family and healthcare professionals, who continue to see you as a whole person, rather than focusing solely on the disease. I found that kind of care at Cancer Treatment Centers of America (CTCA).
After feeling a sharp pain in my breast one night, I made an appointment to see my primary care physician in my home town of Las Vegas, Nevada. She referred me to a breast specialist in the same building. Two weeks later, a sonogram indicated that I had breast cancer, and a subsequent biopsy confirmed the diagnosis. The disease was at stage II, and my doctor recommended surgery. However, I was troubled because I was not presented with options and I was not ready to rush into a decision. I also saw an oncologist who told me to have a port placed in preparation for chemotherapy, which was not something I’d discussed with the first specialist.
Today, I am a member of the patient support network Cancer Fighters, and I try to meet individually with patients from time to time. It is so important to stay positive. Cancer is your personal fight, and you want to win that fight. That means never giving up, and staying close with your family. At CTCA, the healthcare professionals and entire staff are like family.
God always have a way to help his people. Let's continue to trust God at everything.
Today is National Cancer Survivors Day, a celebration of the lives of of all for all people living with a history of cancer – including America’s nearly 14 million cancer survivors! Join the Sistas as the sit down with cancer survivor and first-time author Sarah Beard. Four years ago, Sarah wasn't sure her dream of writing a book would come to pass after being diagnosed with an aggressive type of breast cancer. Her debut novel, "Porcelain Keys" was released in February and she is now cancer free!
Sarah Beard graduated from the University of Utah with a degree in communications, and splits her time between writing and freelance editing. She enjoys reading, composing music, and traveling with her family. She lives with her husband and three children in Salt Lake City, Utah. Her website is www.sarahbeard.com.
LEANNE PARSONS is a CPC, ELI-MP is a certified professional coach. As a Coach, Re-united Adoptee, Mom, Warrior Wife, Stylist, Servant Leader, Radio Host, Speaker and “New Nester” LeAnne has the gift of encouraging individuality, integrity, confidence, and the desire to live a life of freedom and impact. Her passion and her experiences are changing lives one conversation at a time!
LeAnne welcomes Stacy Mosher and Sarah Noonan to her show this week. Both women are Ovarian Cancer Survivors! Please join us for more information, encouragment and support! September is Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month!
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.
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In this episode, we welcome Dr. Barbara Gitlitz (Principal Investigator of GoYLC), and young adult lung cancer survivors Sandy Jauregui and Jeff Julian to discuss the genomics of young adult lung cancer, clinical trials and targeted therapies. Survivor/Advocate spotlight on Katie Brown (VP, Survivorship, LUNGEVITY)
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