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  • 00:38

    Ovarian Cancer: No Early Detection

    in Motivation

    Tune into NOW U KNOW with Shelva & Tanya as this dynamic duo brings you facts and fiction on this ever growing cancer epidemic and more.  

  • 01:16

    Walk Your Talk With LeAnne into the heart and life of Ovarian Cancer Survivors

    in Leadership and Self-Development

    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!


     




     

  • 01:07

    Ovarian Cancer - Esther Windmueller on The Authentic Woman with Shannon Fisher

    in Health

    This week, we are going to discuss a very serious health topic on The Authentic Woman. Ovarian Cancer is difficult to detect and, therefore, has a high mortality rate because it is often not discovered until it has reached a late stage. 22,000 women receive this diagnosis every year – and 14,000 women die of it annually. 


     


    My guest this week is Esther Windmueller, an ovarian cancer survivor who founded the nonprofit organization Cancer Dancer.  Esther's organization helps women who have been diagnosed with ovarian cancer understand the disease, learn all of their options and become aware of all of the newest treatments available - as well as joining these women together in a supportive community so they can connect with others who truly understand their journey.


     


    We will discuss the warning signs of ovarian cancer so our listeners can be informed and recognize a potential problem as early as possible. Through awareness lives can be saved. “The most rewarding part of working with CancerDancer is the feedback from those who say we have really, really helped them through some of the most difficult moments of their lives. Hearing this keeps us going.” ~ Esther Windmueller


     


    Hosted by women's rights leader, Shannon Fisher,  The Authentic Woman shares Perspectives on the Female Experience in America by delving deeply into the worlds of writers, artists, celebrities and community leaders. This podcast is owned by the Authors on the Air Global Radio Network LLC. Thanks to our sponsor Michael Lowndes, our website professional, at www.pmlmedia.com.

  • 00:42

    Ovarian Cancer Lets Talk About It

    in Women

    Please ladies and gentlemen tune in. This show is very important to me because it is a resouce show and we need to be EDUCATED about this disease. My special guest is Ms. Wina Holt the CEO of Ellabood Angels Ovarian Cancer Foundation. Please tune in an listen as she tells her story how this disease affected her life. The purpose of her foundation and her upcoming event April 13, 2013. You don't want to miss this. Please go to her website www.ellaboosangels.org.

  • 01:22

    Karen Ingalls, Author of "Outshine:An Ovarian Cancer Memoir"

    in Health

    Karen Ingalls is a retired Registered Nurse with a Master's Degree in Human Development. Her nursing career includes experiences in hospice and the management of epilepsy and chronic pain.
    For 20 years, Karen also ran her own entrepreneurial nursing service. "Kare 'N Touch" provided counseling, biofeedback, stress management, therapeutic massage and Therapeutic Touch on a sliding fee basis for a variety of clients.
    Karen is a 5-year ovarian cancer survivor who is now dedicated to spreading the word about this lesser known disease. Her award-winning book, Outshine: An Ovarian Cancer Memoir, tells her inspiring story of being on the receiving end of nursing care and cancer treatment that ultimately saved her life.
    Please join us for an inspiring conversation with Karen Ingalls about her extraordinary journey of survival, courage, and emotional authenticity.

  • 01:59

    "THE FIGHT AGAINST OVARIAN CANCER - MONDAY - 9:00 am - 11:00 am PST - TUNE IN

    in Radio

    Tuwina (“Wina”) Holt born on April 19, to Mary Ellen Holt in Inglewood California. Wina was always close to her mother, and drew inspiration from her example. Having a strong family foundation, and a mother who continually challenged her children to never become victims of circumstance, Wina Holt found the strength to give birth to her son at an early age. Never breaking stride, she continued her education into adulthood, where she was able to successfully earn licenses in Medical Assistance and Phlebotomy, later she went to college and earned a Liberal Arts  and a Nursing degree. Soon after she was hired to work under Dr. Gordon as a Research Coordinator/Nurse at The Long Beach, CA VA Hospital. Her team at the time was one of the top vascular research teams in the nation, and conducted studies on medications that was pending FDA approval.

    From there Ms. Holt accepted a position as Head Nurse at a Drug Rehabilitation Facility in South Central Los Angeles, working under Dr. Firepong and Dr. Joseph Edem. Around this time she became pregnant with her third child, and decided to open her own Day Care Center so that she could spend time with her children, following the incredible example set by her mother. 5 years into successful managing her day care business, Ms. Holt received troubling news that her mother was diagnosed with Ovarian Cancer, and it was in the fourth stage. Not wasting a second, Ms. Holt rushed to her mother’s side. Upon her arrival her mother seemed confident that she would beat the illness. She had been in remission for 13 months, but then the disease resurfaced more aggressively.

    For 2 1/2 years Ms. Holt stood by her mother’s side as she braved what seemed like impossible odds until the day she finally succumbed to the illness. Her mother’s passing left a deep imprint on the family, especially Ms. Holt.

  • 00:31

    Your Daily Dose with Dr. Len .LOWERING RISK OF OVARIAN CANCER

    in Nutrition

    Tune in at noon to hear Dr. Len Brancewicz of http://thenutritionshoppe.net discuss today's hottest health topics and new from a complimentary perspective.  From colds to cancer and everything in between, Dr. Len can offer honest advice that makes sense. 


    As a Registered Pharmacist (RPh), Certified Clinical Nutritionist (CCN), Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine (NMD), and a homeopath, Dr. Len has over 35 years experience in helping to keep you and your family healthy and happy. 


    Call in today to ask about your most pressing health concerns! today we discuss ovarian cancer risks, as well as new info on autism spectum disorder

  • 00:30

    Your Daily Dose with Dr. Len today we discuss ovarian cancer

    in Nutrition

    Tune in at noon to hear Dr. Len Brancewicz of http://thenutritionshoppe.net discuss today's hottest health topics and new from a complimentary perspective.  From colds to cancer and everything in between, Dr. Len can offer honest advice that makes sense. 


    As a Registered Pharmacist (RPh), Certified Clinical Nutritionist (CCN), Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine (NMD), and a homeopath, Dr. Len has over 35 years experience in helping to keep you and your family healthy and happy. 


    Call in today to ask about your most pressing health concerns!....ovarian cancer affects 1 of every 8 women past 40!!  interesting new study

  • 01:01

    Beating Ovarian Cancer with Chris Bledy

    in Women

    Chris Bledy is an author, speaker and survivor of late stage and recurring ovarian cancer. She knows what it takes to beat the odds and live your best life.

    Chris’ book, Beating Ovarian Cancer is providing hope and inspiration to women all over the world. Her emphasis on small lifestyle changes is adding up to big results when it comes to healing cancer. Her main goals are to educate women about ovarian cancer and to help those who have the disease in order to improve survival rates.

    She was featured in an article by Peter Starr for Health Care Weekly and she did an hour radio interview with Dr. Ann West that aired in Hawaii. Chris was also selected as one of the filmed interviews for the Loreal Legacy Corner. The edited version of this interview can be viewed on YouTube under “Chris Bledy talks about Ovarian Cancer”.

    As a speaker, Chris is powerful and touching. At Karmanos Cancer Institute in Detroit, Michigan she spoke to an auditorium of people for the ‘Fourth Annual Gynecologic Oncology Conference’. The response was an overwhelming success. Other speaking engagements include, ‘Cancer Survivors Day’ at Providence St. Joseph Medical Center in Burbank, CA, the ‘Second Annual Lunch in and Learn’ in Granada Hills, CA, sponsored by the Ovarian Cancer Coalition of Greater California (OCC), and the ‘2009 AWIN Golf Classic’ benefiting OCC in Thousand Oaks, CA. Chris also speaks at support groups, church groups and any events that help women dealing with cancer.

  • 00:51

    Helping and Empowering Young Women Navigate Their Personal Genetic Journey

    in Science

    Lindsey Avner and Leslie Jacobs share powerful information about the impact of genetic testing in young women with increased risk for breast and/or ovarian cancer. Lindsey is the founder and CEO of Bright Pink, a national non-profit, on a mission to save lives by encouraging young women to be proactive about breast and ovarian cancer risk from a young age. Leslie is the current support ambassador for the Cincinnati Bright Pink location.


     

  • 00:31

    Battling Hereditary Breast and Ovarian Cancer

    in Women

    BRCA, four letters that represent big words and a huge battle.  Jennifer Gooch has made her experience with hereditary breast and ovarian cancer or BRCA genetic mutation, her life's mission to educate and encourage others stricken with the medical challenge.
    We highlight Cancer Awareness Month with this episode focused on issues surrounding breast and ovarian cancer accented with wonderful stories of survival. Jennifer will share how she became aware that she was positive for this mutation, and the steps I took after my diagnosis. Last, I will share, her journey since discovering her genetic status and the Empowerment she has gained to tenaciously remain positive and impactful in the lives of others.
    A mother of four children, Jennifer is the Outreach Coordinator for Savannah FORCE-facing our risk of cancer Empowered,  a non–profit organization that reaches out to those who have tested positive for hereditary breast and ovarian cancer syndrome or BRCA genetic mutation.
    For more information, contact us at www.tenaciouswoman.biz or 912.443.1996.