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Join Dr. Vernet A. Joseph as he discusses living and overcoming prostate cancer with Merv Williams.
Merv is a Prostate Cancer Survivor and Awareness Advocate. He conducts seminars on Prostate Cancer Awareness, speaking to men 40 years of age and older on the benefits of annual screening for the Early Detection of Prostate Cancer.
He is the President and Founder of Prostate Education Awareness Foundation,a graduate of the AACR (American Association for Cancer Research) Scientist–Survivor program, and a member of MICR (Minorities in Cancer Research). He is a phone counselor for the R.A Bloch Cancer Foundation, speaking to men who calls the hotline after they have been diagnosed with Prostate Cancer, letting them know the Treatment Options they have available to them, and in consultation with their healthcare provider.
He is also involved in his local church as the Head Deacon, an Elder, a Bible Class Teacher, and Board Member. Merv resides in Phoenix Arizona, and is married to his wife Paula, who is a Registered Nurse, and an Adjunct Professor for undergraduate nursing, they have two children Quinton 19, and Lexi 17.
Good News Show Welcomes:
Al Brown, Prostate Cancer Advocate/Speaker and Founder of Time4The99, an organization of female prostate cancer advocates, discusses his journey through prostate cancer and his initiative to mobilize women nationwide as prostate cancer advocates in an effort to raise awareness among all men in general, but Black men in particular. Statistics have shown that black men are dying at a rate of 2.5x's greater than white men from prostate cancer.
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Jim Kent Executive From Organo Gold He Will Tell You More About How This organically grown Ganoderma Lucidum commonly known as Red Reishi mushroom Could Possibly Help In The Prevention Of Cancer!
September is Prostate Cancer Awareness Month, and this episode of Pelvic Zen will feature Prostate Cancer Survivor, Bob Wright. During this show, Bob will share his story of diagnosis and recovery; the ways in which he was able to move beyond cancer and improve his quality of life. Rachel Cortell will be hosting this episode while Angela Dobinsky is taking a break for maternity leave. Rachel provides marketing support at Sullivan Physical Therapy and is a licensed massage therapist in Austin, Texas.
Join for this throwback Thursday episode of Stories for Life as Dr. Ken Weizer and Prostate Cancer Survivor Dan Self discuss the importance of working hard through the cancer journey. Sometimes, there’s not a better way. Sometimes, there’s only the hard way when you are experiencing the cancer dance first hand.
Join Dr. "J" in the studio with her special guests: Mr. & Mrs. Keith Collins - CEO's and founders of Families Who Support Breast Cancer Survivors. Mrs. Collins will be discussing the importance of having a Caregiver and why it made a difference in battling Breast Cancer.
In the 2nd hour of the show, Dr. "J" will be joined in the studio with Lita P. Ward - Breast Cancer survivor and author of her new book entitled "The Little Girl With the Want To!
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In moments of uncertainty and fear what do you do? Do you buckle under the pressure or do you ride the wave?
Ms. Rhonda Scullark, a 4 year breast cancer survivor, recalls the months that changed her life. What seems like a whirlwind changed her life permanently but in the process she was able to see the love of her friends and family like never before, the commitment God has for each of us and the strength she didn't know she had.
Click play now and be inspired by Rhonda's amazing story!
Join us of an exclusive 30 minute interview with Mark Waldman, author, lecturer and one of the world’s leading experts on communication, spirituality and the brain, as we discuss relationship between mindfulness, cancer and the brain. Survivor Spotlight on blogger Lisa Bonchek Adams.
Marion Behr is an accomplished visual artist, publisher, and author, and she's on a mission to help others in quite an extraordinary fashion. Tucked inside Surviving Cancer: Our Voices & Choices, she has compiled and illustrated a collection of essays, reflections, and artwork. Sifting through the compilation, readers are immersed in a sense of hope through art and story. Marion Behr provides a remarkable illustration of the hope that prevails when survivors, organizations, care teams and others align themselves as a healing force in the cancer battle, and beyond.
This timeless source book is written, in part, by cancer survivors of different ages who provide insight into personal experiences and choices -- to ease the way for new cancer patients. Doctors’ articles are arranged to correspond with the usual order of visits experienced by most cancer patients. Personal narrations afford a view of cancer survivors' stories across the United States and Canada and as far away as Cambodia and Israel.
Marion created the first national survey of women working from home in the 1970's and after receiving thousands of responses from women, she originated the concept of the Homebased Business, as opposed to the cottage industry, and formed Women Working Home Inc. with Wendy Lazar. Together, they co-authored two editions of Women Working Home: The Homebased Business Guide and Directory, and sold fifty thousand copies.
Marion later received a Presidential Appointment to The White House Conference on Small Business and her presentations to the US Labor Department and Senate helped to change laws on home based businesses.
Cancer affects all of us. Whether you've fought the battle or loved someone through it, the journey is personal and profound. Join us to hear what it takes to organize a collaboration across the world, all for the sake of helping others more deeply understand survivors' voices and choices.
The Literary Ladies of the ATL discuss one of the leading causes of death among African American women: Breast Cancer. Join the cast as we speak with Suvivors in the literary industry. Get to know more about the signs of breast cancer, resources, and how you can help support funding for a cure. Grab a woman you love and listen to this show together!
12 Are You not from everlasting, O LORD my God, my Holy One? We shall not die. O LORD, You have appointed them for judgment; O Rock, You have marked them for correction. 13 You are of purer eyes than to behold evil, And cannot look on wickedness. Why do You look on those who deal treacherously, And hold Your tongue when the wicked devours A person more righteous than he?
14 Why do You make men like fish of the sea, Like creeping things that have no ruler over them?
15 They take up all of them with a hook, They catch them in their net, And gather them in their dragnet. Therefore they rejoice and are glad. 16 Therefore they sacrifice to their net, And burn incense to their dragnet; Because by them their share is sumptuous And their food plentiful. 17 Shall they therefore empty their net, And continue to slay nations without pity?
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! we all make mistakes..tune in
As the parent of a child with a life-threatening heart defect, it's easy to feel overwhelmed by the new "heart world" the family is immediately part of. On this show two mothers who have children with critical congenital heart defects (CHDs) will discuss how they became empowered members of the CHD community by tapping into ways to help others in their community.
Wayverly Mouse-Evangelista will share how her love of arts and crafts enabled her to find a way to reach out to others in the CHD community. She will share what specific items she has created for the heart community and how others can find them.
Susan Vanderpool will share how her situation caused her to see a need for vital information in a heartbeat. She will tell us about how she created a product to calm mothers' fears. Having a school-aged child with a major heart defect in school full-time, away from a loving parent, can be a scary prospect. Ms. Vanderpool shares how her product can relieve parents' anxiety about this situation.
We will also hear from CHD Survivor Natalie McGee how she found a way to give back to her community. Through her own adversity she was able to create a product to help herself and others. Find out what she created and how you can benefit from the creations she and her mother have designed.
Sometimes reaching out to others in need is the best therapy a person can have!
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