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The Cancer Secrets Podcast Changing the cancer paradigm. - The Cancer Secrets Podcast, hosted by Dr. Jonathan Stegall, is designed to give cancer patients and their loved ones hope, support, and a voice they can trust.
Investigating Breast Cancer Official Podcast of the Breast Cancer Research Foundation
The Real Eb N Flo The Real Eb n Flo podcast is dedicated to love in family, relationships, God and music. We will be discussing the real ebb and flow that is present in every relationship. We are a couple that feels inspired to share in hopes that it will encourage, enlighten or inspire anyone else in their love journey. Thank you for listening and follow us on any social media platform at The Real Eb n Flo. Remember, we are all better together!
Cancer Buzz CANCER BUZZ features fresh perspectives on hot topics in oncology care delivery.

CANCER BUZZ is where stakeholders from the front lines of care to the C-suite, from research to the registry, from chairside to benchside, talk about top-of-mind questions and real-world impact.
WE Have Cancer Each year more than 12 million people will hear the devastating words "you have cancer."

In each episode of WE Have Cancer we share the stories of patients, survivors, caregivers and medical professionals as a way to provide information, inspiration and hope to those touched by cancer.

The host, Lee Silverstein, is a survivor of a rare form of pediatric kidney cancer and has been battling stage 4 colon cancer since 2011.
The Breast Cancer Recovery Coach Laura is a two time breast cancer survivor currently living with and healing from Stage 4 Metastatic Breast Cancer.

She's a Certified Life Coach and Fitness/Wellness professional.

She supports women in dropping their warrior shield after a diagnosis and treatment of breast cancer so they can release the pressure to go back to normal, and create a life that's even better than before breast cancer.

This show gives you tools you can apply to your life today, to support your body and your mind as you manage a breast cancer diagnosis, treatment and recovery.

You'll also hear tips and stories from other inspiring professionals and survivors who understand what you're going through.

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Tuesday, August 2, 2022 Cancer Horoscope Today Astrological Notes for Thursday, August 2nd, 2022, for All SignsDate: August 2nd, 2022Movement of planets: The Moon is in Libra, and the Sun and Mercury are in Leo.Sun: 10 degrees Leo Trine Jupiter  Moon: 4 degrees Libra Opposition Jupiter  Mercury: 27 degrees Leo Opposition Saturn Venus: 18 degrees Cancer Sextile Mars and Uranus; Trine Neptune Mars: 19 degrees Taurus Square Saturn and Conjunction UranusJupiter: 8 degrees Aries Saturn: 22 degrees Aquarius Retrograde Square UranusUranus: 18 degrees Taurus  Neptune: 25 degrees Pisces Retrograde Sextile Pluto Pluto: 27 degrees Capricorn RetrogradeSouth Node: 18-degrees Scorpio Retrograde North Node: 18-degrees Taurus Retrograde Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Wednesday, August 3, 2022 Cancer Horoscope Today Astrological Notes for Wednesday, August 3rd, 2022 for All Signs·   Date: 3rd August 2022● Movement of planets: The Sun is in Leo and the Moon is in LibraSun: 11 degrees Leo Trine Jupiter  Moon: 17 degrees Libra Square Venus and Trine Saturn  Mercury: 28 degrees Leo Venus: 19 degrees Cancer Sextile Mars and Uranus; Trine Neptune; Opposition PlutoMars: 19 degrees Taurus Square Saturn and Conjunction UranusJupiter: 8 degrees Aries Saturn: 22 degrees Aquarius Retrograde Square UranusUranus: 18 degrees Taurus  Neptune: 25 degrees Pisces Retrograde Sextile Pluto Pluto: 27 degrees Capricorn RetrogradeSouth Node: 18-degrees Scorpio Retrograde North Node: 18-degrees Taurus Retrograde Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Thursday, August 4, 2022 Cancer Horoscope Today Astrological Notes for Thursday, August 4th, 2022 for All SignsDate: 4th August 2022● Movement of planets: The Sun is in Leo and the Moon transits from Libra and into Scorpio.Sun: 12 degrees Leo Trine Jupiter and Square Uranus Moon: 0 degrees Scorpio Sextile Mercury and Square PlutoMercury: 0 degrees Scorpio Venus: 21 degrees Cancer Sextile Mars and Uranus; Trine Neptune; Opposition PlutoMars: 20 degrees Taurus Square Saturn; Conjunction Uranus and Trine PlutoJupiter: 8 degrees Aries Saturn: 22 degrees Aquarius Retrograde Square UranusUranus: 18 degrees Taurus  Neptune: 25 degrees Pisces Retrograde Sextile Pluto Pluto: 26 degrees Capricorn RetrogradeSouth Node: 18-degrees Scorpio Retrograde North Node: 18-degrees Taurus Retrograde Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Friday, August 5, 2022 Cancer Horoscope Today Astrological Notes for Friday, August 5th, 2022, for All SignsDate: August 5th, 2022Movement of planets: The Sun is in Leo, and the Moon is in Scorpio in its First Quarter phase.Sun: 13 degrees Leo Square the Moon and Uranus; Trine Jupiter Moon: 14 degrees Scorpio Opposition Mars and UranusMercury: 2 degrees Scorpio  Venus: 22 degrees Cancer Sextile Mars; Trine Neptune; Opposition PlutoMars: 20 degrees Taurus Square Saturn; Conjunction Uranus; Trine PlutoJupiter: 8 degrees Aries Saturn: 22 degrees Aquarius Retrograde Square UranusUranus: 18 degrees Taurus  Neptune: 25 degrees Pisces Retrograde Sextile Pluto Pluto: 26 degrees Capricorn RetrogradeSouth Node: 18-degrees Scorpio Retrograde North Node: 18-degrees Taurus Retrograde Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Saturday, August 6, 2022 Cancer Horoscope Today Astrological Notes for Saturday, August 6th, 2022, for All SignsDate: August 6th, 2022Movement of planets: The Sun is in Leo, and the Moon is in Scorpio. Mercury is in Virgo.Sun: 14 degrees Leo Trine Jupiter Moon: 27 degrees Scorpio Square Mercury and Saturn; Trine Venus and Neptune; Sextile PlutoMercury: 3 degrees Virgo  Venus: 23 degrees Cancer Sextile Mars; Trine Neptune; Opposition PlutoMars: 21 degrees Taurus Square Saturn; Conjunction Uranus; Sextile Neptune; Trine PlutoJupiter: 8 degrees Aries Saturn: 22 degrees Aquarius Retrograde Square UranusUranus: 18 degrees Taurus  Neptune: 25 degrees Pisces Retrograde Sextile Pluto Pluto: 26 degrees Capricorn RetrogradeSouth Node: 18-degrees Scorpio Retrograde North Node: 18-degrees Taurus Retrograde Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Sunday, August 7, 2022 Cancer Horoscope Today Astrological Notes for Sunday, August 7th, 2022, for All SignsDate: August 7th, 2022Movement of planets: The Moon is in Sagittarius, Mercury is in Virgo, and the Sun is in Leo.Sun: 15 degrees Leo Trine the Moon and Jupiter; Opposition Saturn; Square UranusMoon: 11 degrees Sagittarius Trine JupiterMercury: 5 degrees Virgo  Venus: 24 degrees Cancer Trine Neptune and Opposition PlutoMars: 22 degrees Taurus Square Saturn; Conjunction Uranus; Sextile Neptune; Trine PlutoJupiter: 8 degrees Aries Saturn: 22 degrees Aquarius Retrograde Square UranusUranus: 18 degrees Taurus  Neptune: 25 degrees Pisces Retrograde Sextile Pluto Pluto: 26 degrees Capricorn RetrogradeSouth Node: 17-degrees Scorpio Retrograde North Node: 17-degrees Taurus Retrograde Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Black Women Rising - The Untold Cancer: S3 Ep 6 Radiotherapy For this episode, host Charlotte Crowl is joined by Naman Julka-Anderson, Senior Therapeutic Radiographer.
Naman is also the co-founder and host of the first therapeutic radiographer-led oncology podcast, ‘Radchat’.
Naman focuses on radiotherapy, the side effects, how it works, the difference between the skin tones and more.
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Host & production - Charlotte Crowl
Guest @NamanJulka @rad__chat https://www.sor.org/getmedia/1579daa1-4f35-4f4d-86a6-902a3e2b0480/5056_-_sor_design_doc_a_patient_infosheet_-_skin_care_a5_leaflet_z-fold_printready.pdf
Mixed by @willlevison
Sponsored by @palmersuk
S4 Ep15: Val: the Tissue Bank's 10th anniversary Professor Valerie Speirs is co-principal investigator of the Breast Cancer Now Tissue Bank. Val gives an overview of what the Tissue Bank is, as well as discussing how it's helped further breast cancer research over the last decade. 

We also hear from our research communications officer, Edd, who goes into detail on some projects linked to the Tissue Bank.

Find out more about the Breast Cancer Now Tissue Bank.

For information about breast cancer, visit our website at breastcancernow.org or phone our free Helpline on 0808 800 6000.
I am The ONE! Viki Zarkin – cancer thriver, advocate and author. She was diagnosed with terminal cancer and refused to take that as the answer.
New Treatments for Childhood Acute Lymphocytic Leukemia (ALL) * Overview of Acute Lymphocytic/Lymphoblastic Leukemia (ALL) in Children
* Current Standard of Care, including Chemotherapy & New Treatment Approaches
* Treatment of Recurrent ALL
* Targeted Treatment & Stem Cell Transplantation
* The Role of Clinical Trials in Childhood ALL
* Managing Treatment Side Effects
* Follow-Up Exams
* Social & Emotional Issues During & After ALL Treatment
* Late & Long-Term Effects of ALL Treatment in Children
* Key Questions to Ask the Doctor and Health Care Team in Making Treatment Decisions
* Guidelines to Prepare for Telehealth/Telemedicine Appointments, including Technology, Prepared List of Questions, Follow-Up Appointments & Discussion of OpenNotes
* Questions for Our Panel of Experts
IASLC Fellowship Grants With Grace Dy Fred Hirsch And Jarushka Naidoo On this episode of Lung Cancer Considered, three past IASLC Fellowship Grants winners share their own stories of how these grants helped propel their careers. Hosted by Dr. Narjust Florez, guests include:

Dr. Grace Dy is an associate professor of medicine at Department of Medicine at Jacobs School of Medicine & Biomedical Sciences at the University of Buffalo and a medical thoracic oncologist at Roswell Park Cancer Center. Dr. Dy received an IASLC fellowship grant in 2007.

Fred R. Hirsch, MD, PhD, is Executive Director at the Center for Thoracic Oncology in The Tisch Cancer Institute at Mount Sinai (TCI) and the Joe Lowe and Louis Price Professor of Medicine (Hematology and Medical Oncology) at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. He is also Associate Director of Biomarker Discovery for TCI and a previous CEO of the IASLC. Dr. Hirsch received an IASLC fellowship grant in 2001.

Dr. Jarushka Naidoo is a medical oncologist at Beaumont Hospital in Dublin, Ireland, and an assistant professor at John Hopkins. She is a clinical/translational investigator, specializing in immunotherapy for lung cancer, and immune-related toxicity. Dr. Naidoo received an LCFA/BMS/ILCF Young Investigator Grant in 2020.
WCLC 2022 Preview with Meeting Chairs Robert Pirker and Silvia Novello Today's podcast originates from the IASLC World Conference on Lung Cancer in Vienna. Hosts Dr. Stephen Liu and Dr. Narjust Florez interview IASLC WCLC 2022 Honorary Chair Dr. Robert Pirker and Chair Dr. Silvia Novello at the meeting. Dr. Pirker and Dr. Novello provide an overview of the meeting and give podcast listeners a glimpse of what to expect at the IASLC WCLC 2022.
Madelaine Atkins - FINER Clinical Trial & Her Decision to Participate Madelaine Atkins was 50 when she was first diagnosed with breast cancer, in 2008, after finding a small lump in her right breast. Despite receiving chemotherapy, radiation and having surgery to remove her right breast, unfortunately in 2011 Madelaine was diagnosed with Advanced Breast Cancer in her shoulder, neck, and lymph nodes. After discussing further treatment options with her oncologist, Madelaine decided to participate in the FINER clinical trial. We spoke with Madelaine about her diagnoses, her decision to participate in the FINER clinical trial, and advice to other women who have received a diagnosis.
#202 What is Your Energy Creating in Your Life When you think of creating or attracting good things in life, one of the first steps to living the reality you want is to notice the reality you’re creating now.  The stories we tell ourselves often feel true and unchangeable.   Especially when you get caught up in all the things without taking time to examine your role in the life you’re living.  I recently came across a quote by Einstein that got me thinking about the reality of what our energy attracts to our lives.  I’m not referring to drawing cancer to yourself, but the life you live while you’re managing or recovering from cancer.  In this episode, I’ll share some important steps you need to take when you’re figuring out how to create the life you want to live.  Referred to in this episode:  Better Than Before Breast Cancer Life Coaching Membership  Super Soul Sunday- The Curiosity-Driven Life
New Treatments for Childhood Acute Lymphocytic Leukemia (ALL) * Overview of Acute Lymphocytic/Lymphoblastic Leukemia (ALL) in Children
* Current Standard of Care, including Chemotherapy & New Treatment Approaches
* Treatment of Recurrent ALL
* Targeted Treatment & Stem Cell Transplantation
* The Role of Clinical Trials in Childhood ALL
* Managing Treatment Side Effects
* Follow-Up Exams
* Social & Emotional Issues During & After ALL Treatment
* Late & Long-Term Effects of ALL Treatment in Children
* Key Questions to Ask the Doctor and Health Care Team in Making Treatment Decisions
* Guidelines to Prepare for Telehealth/Telemedicine Appointments, including Technology, Prepared List of Questions, Follow-Up Appointments & Discussion of OpenNotes
* Questions for Our Panel of Experts
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New Treatments for Childhood Acute Lymphocytic Leukemia (ALL) * Overview of Acute Lymphocytic/Lymphoblastic Leukemia (ALL) in Children
* Current Standard of Care, including Chemotherapy & New Treatment Approaches
* Treatment of Recurrent ALL
* Targeted Treatment & Stem Cell Transplantation
* The Role of Clinical Trials in Childhood ALL
* Managing Treatment Side Effects
* Follow-Up Exams
* Social & Emotional Issues During & After ALL Treatment
* Late & Long-Term Effects of ALL Treatment in Children
* Key Questions to Ask the Doctor and Health Care Team in Making Treatment Decisions
* Guidelines to Prepare for Telehealth/Telemedicine Appointments, including Technology, Prepared List of Questions, Follow-Up Appointments & Discussion of OpenNotes
* Questions for Our Panel of Experts
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Emotional Eating, Nut and Seed Oils, Intermittent Fasting and more with Scientist and Nutritionist Matty Lansdown I absolutely loved inerviewing Matty Lansdown, Scientist, nutritionist and podcast host of "How to Not Get Sick and Die".   P.s. You'll love his Australian accent too!!!  www.mattylansdown.com  Not Today Menopause program is available here - > https://jen-delvaux.mykajabi.com/sales-page-adaac3cb-2ac2-4bb0-b19a-37089e0ea188    NOT TODAY CANCER CLUB -> www.nottodaycancerclub.com Get my new book Not Today Cancer HERE: https://www.amazon.com/dp/1685156126/ref=cm_sw_em_r_mt_dp_ZYMQ0QJ4YHRRYRY0V2DS GROUPS TO JOIN: * STRONGER TOGETHER - Cancer group for women you can request to join: https://www.facebook.com/groups/womeninpink MY FAVORITES: To help with sleep → Sleepi Gummies: https://glnk.io/z2pl/jendelvaux15 * Pique Tea: Favorite Tea-> https://www.piquetea.com/?rfsn=5818415.d1d969a&utm_source=affiliate * ORGANIFI CODE TO GET DISCOUNT:  https://www.organifishop.com -> Use JEND at check out to save 15% off. * Mid-Day Sqaures!! 15% off here -> https://www.middaysquares.com/?sca_ref=858254.CbxPK42ccG - USE CODE JEN15 at checkout. MY favorite Luxury, organic, completely clean skincare line: http://www.kpsessentials.com/discount/Jen10  - USE Jen10 at checkout to recieve 10% off. Connect with me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jendelvaux
Kimmel in DC with Dr Ashwani Rajput - Dean of the Washington National Cathedral Dr Ashwani Rajput speaks with the Very Reverend Randy Hollerith, Dean of the Washington National Cathedral, about racial reconciliation, disparities in health care, and finding hope in discovery. Learn more about the Cathedral at cathedral.org.
All About Radiation for Dogs | Jenny Fisher #178 Radiation therapy can sound very scary to many dog lovers. But it can be extremely useful for dog cancer, both to destroy tumors and to provide pain relief.Jenny Fisher is a veterinary technician specialist in oncology, and has helped many dogs through radiation treatments. She explains all things radiation therapy, from the different treatment types to its best uses and potential side effects.If you’ve ever wondered about the difference between teletherapy and brachytherapy, why some courses of radiation are short and others long, or what a dog experiences when dropped off for a treatment, this episode is for you.Links Mentioned in Today’s Show:The Role of Vet Techs in Oncology podcast episodeRelated Links:Cyberknife Use with Dog Cancer – Cutting Edge Technology podcast episodeBone Marrow Transplants for Dogs podcast episodeAbout Today’s Guest, Jenny Cassibry Fisher: Jenny has worked in veterinary medicine in some regard for over 25 years, receiving her RVT in 2002 and her VTS (IM-oncology) in 2015. Her clinical experience includes academia, general medicine, and emergency medicine. Jenny serves as the president-elect for the Academy of Internal Medicine for Veterinary Technicians (AIMVT).LinkedInOther Links:To join the private Facebook group for readers of Dr. Dressler’s book “The Dog Cancer Survival Guide,” go to https://www.facebook.com/groups/dogcancersupport/ Dog Cancer Answers is a Maui Media production in association with Dog Podcast NetworkThis episode is sponsored by the best-selling animal health book The Dog Cancer Survival Guide: Full Spectrum Treatments to Optimize Your Dog’s Life Quality and Longevity by Dr. Demian Dressler and Dr. Susan Ettinger. Available everywhere fine books are sold.Have a guest you think would be great for our show? Contact our producers at DogCancerAnswers.comHave an inspiring True Tail about your own dog’s cancer journey you think would help other dog lovers? Share your true tail with our producers.If you would like to ask a dog cancer related question for one of our expert veterinarians to answer on a future Q&A episode, call our Listener Line at 808-868-3200 www.dogcanceransers.com.Dog Cancer News is a free weekly newsletter that contains useful information designed to help your dog with cancer. To sign up, please visit: www.dogcancernews.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Living With the Seasons, Welcoming August + My Favorite Fall Activities I don’t care what the calendar says, the beginning of August feels like pre-fall to me. I can sense a gentle shift in the air that makes me excited for Pumpkin Spice Lattes, combat boots with turtlenecks, and chilly morning walks to watch the leaves change color.

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How to Hack your Genetic Code Why does X make me feel super sick but not my spouse? Does the BRCA gene mean I will definitely get breast cancer? Today, I am talking to Kashif Khan, CEO, and Founder of The DNA Company, to answer these questions and reveal how to do what’s best for your unique genetic makeup.  You no longer have to rely on generic health advice, supplements, and treatments that are not tailored to your body’s unique DNA. This is my mantra, “Test, test, test—don’t stress and guess” in action! Through functional genomics, Kashif was able to truly heal himself. He figured out that his genetics were missing a few key gene copies that would normally help people detox. He went from throwing up due to the sheer intensity of his pain to feeling amazing thanks to knowing exactly what he needed. Now Kashif has dedicated his life to helping others decode their genes and go beyond healing to optimization! As a gift for our listeners, order a DNA test now and receive $50 off. For a limited time, Kashif and dozens of the world’s leading experts (including me!) are hosting the “Biohack Your DNA Summit,” and you can get a FREE ticket here!
Episode 226 - July 31st, 2022 Jesse rambles about golf course graves, old cartoons, awkward meetings, and a new furry roommate.
Jim Wooldridge in Dallas, Texas This edition of the Life of Fitz podcast features host Tim Fitzgerald calling former Kansas State basketball coach Jim Wooldridge in Dallas, Texas, where he and his wife, Anne, recently moved. Wooldridge coached the Wildcats from 2000 until being let go by athletics director Tim Weiser after losing in the Big 12 Tournament to end the 2005-06 season. Wooly was born in Oklahoma City and played basketball at Lousiana Tech. He landed his first head coaching job at Central Missouri State in 1985, coaching there for six seasons before moving to Southwest Texas State (now Texas State) and then to his alma mater. Wooldridge won 73% of his game at CMSU but never found that level of success again. When K-State looking for a new basketball coach after firing Tom Asbury, Wooly was serving as an assistant for the Chicago Bulls under good friend Tim Floyd. Wooly's program went 83-90 in his six seasons, and his final roster was the foundation for Bob Huggins' one season in Manhattan. After leaving K-State, Coach Wooldridge went on to coach at Cal-Riverside, then became the school's athletic director and then he completed his career during a fulfilling five-year run as the AD at Riverside City College. He retired from athletics two years ago and is now 66 years old.***Tim Fitzgerald is a sports journalist who writes, does TV, radio and is a long-time podcaster. He has served as publisher of GoPowercat.com, a website that focuses on Kansas State sports, for nearly 25 years. Fitz also has stage four prostate cancer, so during the initial stages of the pandemic, his doctors have advised him to stay home and lay low. Now, Fitz is healthy and in remission, but his podcast lives on. Welcome to his life and the Life of Fitz podcast.Sign up for GoPowercat VIP access and get your first month for just $1!Want the latest Kansas State headlines sent to your inbox? Click to sign up for GoPowercat's daily newsletter! Make sure you subscribe to Life of Fitz at your favorite podcast provider, including Apple, Spotify or Amazon.Follow @LifeofFitz Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
#019 - Biostatistics & Informatics -Part 1 - Prof. Levi Waldron About This Episode: The world of biological and medical research is complex, and there are many contributors in the efforts to find more effective treatments and potential cures for disease. One group of those contributors has an increasingly important role in identifying these discoveries, and yet their work is virtually unknown in the public and often under-recognized in medicine and the media.In this first installment of a 2-Part interview, Host Bruce Watkins is joined by Prof. Levi Waldron, Associate Professor of the City University of New York Graduate School of Public Health and Health Policy, and the Institute for Implementation Science in Public Health. Bruce and Prof. Waldron start their discussion with eye-opening information about the field of “Biostatistics.” They then continue to explore how Data Scientists like Dr. Levi, with the aid of futuristic computing technologies, partner with hands-on researchers in laboratories around the world to dramatically increase the speed to which beneficial information can be found within a sea of varying, unclear and sometimes conflicting laboratory results. And by information, we mean finding within all the research data the hidden tidbits of proof, or the indication of a false positive result, that could change the course of future medical treatments and potentially our own personal health outcomes and sometimes, our very lives. This and much more about the creative ways that data analysis is used to discover and then clarify critical information and medical breakthroughs are included in these two installments of the show!The episode also goes beyond Prof. Waldron’s fascinating work, and its potential to enhance and accelerate new and more effective treatments. Just as compelling is Dr. Levi’s personal story.After several years of compiling and analyzing countless petabytes of medical data on thousands of Head and Neck cancer patients, one day Dr. Levi would learn that he too was diagnosed with that very disease. Bruce and Dr. Levi cover how the professor used complex biostatistics and supercomputing to build predictive models of survival for cancer patients. Then they candidly discuss what it was like for an expert like Dr. Levi, who built those highly-accurate mathematical projections of mortality, to one day realize that he could become one of the statistics of his own life and death projections. Be sure to listen to this entire episode for its revelations on the partnership between data scientists and medical researcher, and for the first part of Dr. Waldron's personal journey. In the upcoming Part-2 of this interview we dive deeper into how Dr. Levi turned his cancer diagnosis into a motivation for patient advocacy, to set the example by personally sharing his own health data, and helping others to learn ways of sharing their own cancer stories. STAY TUNED for PART-2 of the interview with Prof. Levi Waldron on the Our Cancer Journey Podcast:#020 - Biostatistics & Informatics Part 2 - Prof. Levi WaldronANNOUNCING SEASON 2 of the OCJ Podcast!The improbably positive and up-beat podcast that explores ways to help YOU feel better, live happier, expand your self-empowerment, and enhance your life experience, IS BACK for its 2nd Season! We are so excited about the engaging guests, insightful topics and fun banter in our upcoming line-up that we had to share just a few of the memorable moments with you in advance!! HEAR the Season 2 Trailer for the Our Cancer Journey Podcast Trailer by clicking here:https://www.ourcancerjourney.com/2022/03/30/014-season-2-trailer-for-the-our-cancer-journey-podcast-with-bruce-watkins/Have fun listening to the clips from the Trailer, this sonic ride, and don’t miss a new show by Following the Our Cancer Journey Podcast on your podcast apps, by following the show’s Official Facebook Page, or by visiting the Official Our Cancer Journey Podcast Website! Episode Guest:Professor Waldron received a BSc in physics from the University of British Columbia, an MSc in physics from the University of Waterloo, and a PhD in wood science from the University of Toronto. He developed his interest in biostatistics and public health during post-docs at the Ontario Cancer Institute, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, and the Harvard School of Public Health, before joining the faculty at CUNY. Prof. Waldron works on a variety of projects including s
Progress in the Treatment of Multiple Myeloma * Overview of the Treatment of Multiple Myeloma, in the Context of COVID-19
* Current Standard of Care
* New Treatment Approaches
* Clinical Trial Updates, in the Context of COVID-19
* How Research Contributes to Your Treatment Options
* Preventing & Managing Treatment Side Effects, Symptoms, Discomfort & Pain
* Reducing Complications of Bone Disease
* Talking with Your Treatment Team about Quality-of-Life Concerns
* Practical Tips for Management of Side Effects, Symptoms, Neuropathy & Pain
* Physical Activity & Mobility Tips to Improve Your Quality-of-Life
* Guidelines to Prepare for Telehealth/ Telemedicine Appointments with Your Health Care Team, including Technology, Prepared List of Questions, Follow-Up Appointments & Discussion of OpenNotes
* Questions for Our Panel of Experts
Overcoming Barriers: LGBTQ+ Cancer Listen in as Marlee Kiel, CancerCare’s Young Adult Program Manager, and Sarah Paul, CancerCare’s Director of Clinical Programs discuss the unique barriers faced by the LGBTQ+ population when navigating a cancer diagnosis. We recognize the need to continue conversations that increase access to equitable healthcare and promote cultural competency. For more LGBTQ+ educational materials, information and resources, visit our website.
Additional resources:

National LGBT Cancer Network
National LGBT Cancer Project
The Gay and Lesbian Medical Association, Cancer in Our Lives
Fun in the Sun: UV Safety Awareness July is UV Safety Awareness Month; skin cancer is the most diagnosed cancer, not only in the U.S. but worldwide. In this informational episode, Sarah Paul, CancerCare’s Director of Clinical Programs, discusses the importance of practicing sun safety and various risk factors for developing skin cancer. Listen in as she shares the most effective ways to protect yourself from harmful UV rays and how to start performing skin self-checks at home. For more information or to learn more about skin cancer, visit our website or the Skin Cancer Foundation.
Saturday, July 30, 2022 Cancer Horoscope Today Astrological Notes for Saturday, July 30th, 2022 for All Signs Date: 30th July 2022● Movement of planets: The Sun is at 7 degrees Leo. The Moon is in Leo in the waxing crescent phase. Sun: 7 degrees Leo trine Jupiter Moon: 27 degrees Leo conjunct Mercury opposite SaturnMercury: 21 degrees Leo square Mars opposite Saturn square UranusVenus: 15 degrees Cancer sextile MarsMars: 17 degrees Taurus square SaturnJupiter: 8 degrees Aries retrogradeSaturn: 23 degrees Aquarius retrograde square UranusUranus: 18 degrees Taurus Neptune: 25 degrees Pisces retrograde sextile PlutoPluto: 27 degrees Capricorn in retrogradeSouth Node: 18 degrees Scorpio Retrograde North Node: 18 degrees Taurus Retrograde Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Sunday, July 31, 2022 Cancer Horoscope Today Astrological Notes for Sunday, July 31st, 2022 for All Signs Date: 31st July 2022● Movement of planets: The Sun is at 8 degrees Leo. The Moon is in Virgo in the waxing crescent phase. Sun: 8 degrees Leo trine Jupiter Moon: 9 degrees Virgo trine MarsMercury: 23 degrees Leo opposite Saturn square UranusVenus: 16 degrees Cancer sextile Mars sextile UranusMars: 17 degrees Taurus square SaturnJupiter: 8 degrees Aries retrogradeSaturn: 22 degrees Aquarius retrogradeUranus: 18 degrees Taurus Neptune: 25 degrees Pisces retrograde sextile PlutoPluto: 27 degrees Capricorn in retrogradeSouth Node: 19 degrees Scorpio Retrograde North Node: 19 degrees Taurus Retrograde Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Monday, August 1, 2022 Cancer Horoscope Today Astrological notes for Monday, August 1st, 2022, for All Signs Date: today is Monday, August 1st, 2022- Movement of planets: Sun in Leo. The Moon is at 22 degrees Virgo.Sun: 9 degrees Leo trine Jupiter, sesquiquadrate Neptune, trine Chiron, sextile Pallas, conjunct CeresMoon: 22 degrees Virgo semi-square Sun, trine Mars, inconjunct Saturn, trine Uranus, opposition Neptune, trine Pluto, opposition Juno, trine North NodeMercury: 25 degrees Leo opposition Saturn, inconjunct Neptune, inconjunct Pluto, Venus: 17 degrees Cancer sextile Mars, sextile Uranus, square Chiron, sesquiquadrate Vesta, trine Juno, sextile North Node, trine South NodeMars: 18 degrees Taurus square Saturn, conjunct Uranus, sextile Juno, conjunct North Node, opposition South NodeJupiter: 8 degrees Aries semi-square Saturn, trine CeresSaturn: 22 degrees Aquarius square Uranus, square North Node, square South NodeUranus: 18 degrees Taurus sextile Juno, conjunct North Node, opposition South NodeNeptune: 25 degrees Pisces sextile Pluto, conjunct Juno, Pluto: 27 degrees Capricorn sesquiquadrate PallasSouth Node: 18 degrees ScorpioNorth Node: 18 degrees Taurus Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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Progress in the Treatment of Multiple Myeloma * Overview of the Treatment of Multiple Myeloma, in the Context of COVID-19
* Current Standard of Care
* New Treatment Approaches
* Clinical Trial Updates, in the Context of COVID-19
* How Research Contributes to Your Treatment Options
* Preventing & Managing Treatment Side Effects, Symptoms, Discomfort & Pain
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#201 Are You Willing to Let S$#! Go Negative emotions are a fascinating thing. They feel awful, most of the time., and yet we often cling to them with all the energy we can muster. We feel justified in having them, we’re indignant about not having them, and we focus on telling other people about them.   I’m angry and this is why.  I feel anxious all the time and there’s nothing I can do about it.  I can’t help it, I live with fear every day.  Fill in the blank__________________  The good news is that none of the above are true. At least not if you actually want to feel better.  If you answer yes to that question, stop yourself before the but and know this:  It’s ok and natural to feel negative emotions.  Let yourself go through them.  But if you want to feel better, you have to also commit to being willing to let them go.  That might be a little scary because who will you be if you’re not angry, sad, or in fear?  Listen in to this week’s episode and let’s talk about it.  Referred to in this episode:  Better than Before Breast Cancer Life Coaching Membership  The Four Pillars of Breast Cancer Recovery
Season Two Celebration and Season Three Previews! Thank you for listening and learning with us for two seasons! Let’s celebrate what we’ve learned and look ahead to season three with a preview of our next episode, featuring an undergraduate student conducting cancer research with LCI this summer.
My Fondest Food Memories, Cooking at Home + Trying New Recipes What were your favorite childhood meals? I take a walk down memory lane to revisit my fondest food memories from growing up in the Czech Republic. Now that I've caught the cooking bug, I'm eyeballing recipes like French onion soup to make at home.

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Breaking Down Kidney Cancer Kidney cancer is among the ten most common forms of cancer with about 79,000 new cases annually. It is often found incidentally but certain variables may increase risk, including factors such as family history, smoking, high blood pressure, obesity, and more. Kidney cancer can present in many ways, but common signs and symptoms, such as blood in urine, can indicate a problem with your kidneys and should be discussed with your care team. Exciting research advancements continue to improve overall survival and quality of life for patients. Guest: Ana Molina, MD, genitourinary oncologist and kidney cancer specialist at Weill Cornell Medicine and NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital.Host: John Leonard, MD, a leading hematologist and medical oncologist at Weill Cornell Medicine and NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital
2022 Research Round Up: Multiple Myeloma, Breast Cancer, and Cancer in Adults 60 and Over ASCO: You’re listening to a podcast from Cancer.Net. This cancer information website is produced by the American Society of Clinical Oncology, known as ASCO, the voice of the world's oncology professionals. The purpose of this podcast is to educate and to inform. This is not a substitute for professional medical care and is not intended for use in the diagnosis or treatment of individual conditions. Guests on this podcast express their own opinions, experience, and conclusions. Guests’ statements on this podcast do not express the opinions of ASCO. The mention of any product, service, organization, activity, or therapy should not be construed as an ASCO endorsement. Cancer research discussed in this podcast is ongoing, so data described here may change as research progresses. In the Research Round Up series, ASCO experts and members of the Cancer.Net Editorial Board discuss the most exciting and practice-changing research in their field and explain what it means for people with cancer. In today’s episode, our guests will discuss new research in multiple myeloma, breast cancer, and cancer in adults 60 and over that was presented at the 2022 ASCO Annual Meeting, held June 3-7. First, Dr. Sagar Lonial discusses a study on treatment for newly-diagnosed multiple myeloma in people under 65.   Dr. Lonial is a professor of Hematology and Medical Oncology at Winship Cancer Institute at Emory University, where he also serves as Department Chair. He is also the Cancer.Net Associate Editor for Myeloma. View Dr. Lonial’s disclosures at Cancer.Net. Dr. Lonial: Hello, I'm Dr. Sagar Lonial from the Winship Cancer Institute of Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia. And today I'm going to discuss one of the Plenary abstracts at ASCO 2022, which was the DETERMINATION study, again, presented at the ASCO Annual Meeting. For the sake of disclosure, I just want to make sure I list that I was an investigator on this study. I also have consulting relationships with Takeda, Celgene, BMS, Janssen, and other companies that have agents in the context of multiple myeloma. So the reason I want to talk about this study today is I think it's a really important study that was designed over a decade ago to really ask the question, with a really powerful induction regimen that uses what we now call the RVd regimen, lenalidomide with bortezomib and dexamethasone, do you really still need to have high-dose therapy and autologous transplant as part of the treatment approach? And so the trial was a very simple randomized trial that everybody received RVd induction. And then there was a randomization between early transplant and then going on to consolidation and continuous lenalidomide maintenance versus no transplant going on to consolidation and lenalidomide maintenance. So both arms actually received continuous lenalidomide maintenance, which is really one of the important endpoints of this study overall. And the reason I say that is there was a smaller study done in France a few years previous to this where patients only received 1 to 2 years of lenalidomide maintenance. And in that trial, clearly the use of transplant was better. And the remission duration for the group that received the transplant was about 48 months. So the question was, with continuous lenalidomide maintenance, can you make that longer? So randomized trial, over 600 patients were randomized between these 2 arms. And the follow-up now is somewhere around 7 years in total. And what was demonstrated both in the ASCO Annual Meeting as well as in the paper that came out at the same time in the New England Journal of Medicine was that the remission duration was clearly longer in the group that had the transplant than the group that did not, even with both arms receiving continuous lenalidomide maintenance. And it was almost 66 months in the group that received the transplant, 21 months longer, almost 2 years longer than the group that did not receive the transplant. And so I think this is really important because what it says is that even in an era of really good induction therapy, transplant continues to offer significant benefit in terms of progression-free survival. Now, the reason progression-free survival is so important in this study is that we know that no time is more sensitive for treatment of myeloma than that first time we treat the patient. And so prolonging that first remission is really important because the disease is at its most sensitive at that time point. Now, there were questions about overall survival. Should we see an overall survival benefit? And I'll tell you, A, this trial was never designed to measure an overall survival benefit. And, B, the median survival for myeloma patients is now between 10 and 15 years on average. And so with only 7 year follow-up, it seems to me unrealistic to expect this t
Kimmel in DC with Dr Ashwani Rajput - The Healing Power of Music Dr Ashwani Rajput speaks with Claire Oppert, a musician, teacher and therapist, about her work playing the cello for patients and her research into the healing power of music.
Cancer Matters with Dr Bill Nelson - Palliative Care Dr Bill Nelson speaks with Dr Ambereen Mehta and Dr Nathan Gray from the Palliative Care Program at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center about the many ways patients can benefit from palliative care.
Caregiver Burnout - We share perspectives from both sides!! It's Friday! We have your favorite, Darren in the house!!  We're diving into car giver burnout! Darren and I share the perspective being on both sides.  If you're interested in my Lifting group starting on Augus 8 shoot me an email at coachjennyd@gmail.com Not Today Menopause program is available here - > https://jen-delvaux.mykajabi.com/sales-page-adaac3cb-2ac2-4bb0-b19a-37089e0ea188    NOT TODAY CANCER CLUB -> www.nottodaycancerclub.com Get my new book Not Today Cancer HERE: https://www.amazon.com/dp/1685156126/ref=cm_sw_em_r_mt_dp_ZYMQ0QJ4YHRRYRY0V2DS GROUPS TO JOIN: * STRONGER TOGETHER - Cancer group for women you can request to join: https://www.facebook.com/groups/womeninpink MY FAVORITES: To help with sleep → Sleepi Gummies: https://glnk.io/z2pl/jendelvaux15 * Pique Tea: Favorite Tea-> https://www.piquetea.com/?rfsn=5818415.d1d969a&utm_source=affiliate * ORGANIFI CODE TO GET DISCOUNT:  https://www.organifishop.com -> Use JEND at check out to save 15% off. * Mid-Day Sqaures!! 15% off here -> https://www.middaysquares.com/?sca_ref=858254.CbxPK42ccG - USE CODE JEN15 at checkout. MY favorite Luxury, organic, completely clean skincare line: http://www.kpsessentials.com/discount/Jen10  - USE Jen10 at checkout to recieve 10% off. Connect with me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jendelvaux
Cancer and Trauma with Therapist, Milton Jones and metastatic breast cancer patient, Michelle Barrett Gower. This episode was recorded live on Tik Tok and is the second half of a previous episode featuring Michelle’s story. This is a great conversation, despite some technical difficulties. #Therapy #Love #Cancer #MentalHealth
Wednesday, July 27, 2022 Cancer Horoscope Today Astrological notes for Wednesday, July 27th, 2022, for All SignsDate: Today is Wednesday, July 27th, 2022Movement of planets: The Sun is in Leo, and The Moon is in 21 degrees Cancer.Sun: 4 degrees Leo conjunct Mercury, opposite Pluto.Moon: 21 degrees Cancer sextile Mars.Mercury: 16 degrees Leo square Uranus.Venus: 11 degrees Cancer.Mars: 15 degrees Taurus conjunct Uranus.Jupiter: 8 degrees Aries.Saturn: 23 degrees Aquarius square Uranus, square North Node.Uranus: 18 degrees Taurus conjunct North Node.Neptune: 25 degrees Pisces sextile Pluto.Pluto: 27 degrees Capricorn.South Node: 18 degrees ScorpioNorth Node: 18 degrees Taurus Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Thursday, July 28, 2022 Cancer Horoscope Today Astrological notes for Thursday, July 28th, 2022, for All Signs.Date: Today is Thursday, July 28th, 2022Movement of planets: The Sun is in Leo, and The Moon is in 3 degrees Leo.Sun: 5 degrees Leo, conjunct Moon, opposite PlutoMoon: 3 degrees Leo, sextile Jupiter, conjunct the Sun.Mercury: 18 degrees Leo square Uranus, trine Jupiter.Venus: 12 degrees Cancer, square Jupiter.Mars: 15 degrees Taurus.Jupiter: 8 degrees Aries.Saturn: 23 degrees Aquarius square Uranus, square North Node.Uranus: 18 degrees Taurus conjunct North Node.Neptune: 25 degrees Pisces sextile Pluto.Pluto: 27 degrees Capricorn.South Node: 18 degrees ScorpioNorth Node: 18 degrees Taurus Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Friday, July 29, 2022 Cancer Horoscope Today Astrological Notes for Friday, July 29th, 2022 for All Signs Date: 29th July 2022● Movement of planets: The Sun is at 6 degrees Leo. The Moon is in Leo in the waxing crescent phase. Sun: 6 degrees Leo trine Jupiter Moon: 15 degrees Leo conjunct Mercury square Mars trine Jupiter opposite Saturn square Uranus Mercury: 19 degrees Leo square Mars opposite Saturn square UranusVenus: 13 degrees Cancer sextile MarsMars: 16 degrees Taurus conjunct Uranus Jupiter: 8 degrees Aries retrogradeSaturn: 23 degrees Aquarius retrograde square UranusUranus: 18 degrees Taurus Neptune: 25 degrees Pisces retrograde sextile PlutoPluto: 27 degrees Capricorn in retrogradeSouth Node: 18 degrees Scorpio Retrograde North Node: 18 degrees Taurus Retrograde Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Black Women Rising - The Untold Cancer: S3 Ep 5 Hair Loss and Cold Caps This week, our host Charlotte Crowl is joined by Claire Paxman, the brand ambassador and director of global training at Paxman, one of The Leanne Pero Foundation’s Partners.
Claire shares the story of why the company began, the science behind scalp cooling, tips as well as new information and protocols surrounding kinky, curly and afro hair.

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Cancer Pushed This Canadian Mountie Toward A New Mission Meet my dear friend Don Helgeson, a 3-time cancer slayer from Nanaimo, B.C., Canada. A recently retired Mountie of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, Don has survived melanoma, colon cancer, and prostate cancer. He is one of my #LynchSyndrome brothers, and a man of wisdom, compassion, and integrity. Don spends a lot of his time on a new mission as a patient advocate. He is one of Man Up to Cancer’s Wolfpack Leaders, and is an admin for Tracy Morgan’s PC Tribe. Don is also the author of a memoir, “Prostate Cancer at 51.”Check out our conversation and see which weapon Don will use during the Zombie Apocalypse. I promise you that it’s the most Canadian answer ever given in the Gauntlet of Random Questions!
Lung cancer in Greater Manchester In this episode Steve explores how lung cancer affects people in Greater Manchester, finds out why the region is impacted far more than other parts of the country AND gets the lowdown on two brand new projects designed to give patients better outcomes and better experiences.The first, a chest x-ray pilot, is all about diagnosing the cancer earlier, while the second is a new one stop clinic for lung cancer.To explore all that and more, including how the pandemic impacted lung cancer, Steve is joined by Matt Evison, clinical lead for lung cancer at the GM Cancer Alliance; Seamus Grundy, a consultant respiratory physician; Kath Hewitt, lead specialist nurse for lung cancer, and Karen Peplow, who is a Macmillan lung cancer nurse specialist. For more information about GM Cancer click here.
Hair Changes (The Return of Side Eff@cks) Hair changes from treatment for cancer are common. Listen as Tina & Leah discuss what to expect, including which drugs lead to hair loss, how to reduce your risk, nutrients involved in hair regrowth, and ways to support hair recovery after treatment. Hair loss, also called alopecia, can be a challenging side effect for many people undergoing treatment.  The loss of control, the cultural headwinds, the utter capitulation...  It’s a private initiation into a club you never wanted to be part of. Leah has been there. Links we mentioned in this episode and other cool stuff:Cancer drugs that cause hair loss and thinning Cancer.netNutrient deficiencies associated with hair loss Derm TherTreatment of “permanent” alopecia with minoxidil JAAD Case Report Wrapunzel how-to video YouTubeNatasha After Cancer Instagram head wrap tutorialsOverview of Hair Loss from Cancer.net ASCO Scalp cooling overview from Memorial Sloan Kettering MSKCCChemo Cold Caps Company websitePenguin Cold Caps Company websiteWhat is Vellus hair? Cleveland ClinicSupport the show
Skin & Nail Changes (The Return of Side Eff@cks) Skin & nail changes can happen with chemotherapy, radiation, oral drugs, and immune-directed therapies for cancer. There are ways to lower your risk with natural agents and simple measures. Tune in to hear two naturopathic physicians, Tina & Leah, discuss what you can do.Changes to your nails and skin are more than merely aesthetic. If left untreated, they can be severe enough to prompt modifications in your treatment plan. Reducing your risk of developing skin and nail damaging side effects is possible, and we talk about natural ways to do just that. Links we mentioned in this episode and other cool stuff:Radiation recall on the skin Cancer ConnectHand-Foot Syndrome Cancer.net (ASCO)Biotin information Memorial Sloan KetteringHoofAlive product Hoof Alive WebpageAloe Vera for Radiation Dermatitis Current OncologyCalendula for radiation-induced skin changes (dermatitis) AntioxidantsSitz bath container for a toilet seat AmazonBulk herbs from Starwest Botanicals, Frontier Co-Op, and Mountain Rose HerbsNail diagnoses with pics and explanations Medical ManualSupport the show
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Cancer Rising Weekly Horoscope #78 Your weekly horoscope for 7/25/22 - 7/31/22
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Making Peace with Death and Dying with Judith Johnson On this episode of Integrative Cancer Solutions Dr. Michael Karlfeldt interviews Judith Johnson author of Making Peace with Death and Dying. Judith makes a heartfelt appeal for us to free ourselves from the death taboo that continues to haunt our culture and how to confront our mortality with open-hearted curiosity and mindful awareness. She also provides many helpful practices to assist us in developing a healthy relationship with death and dying―our own and others. Judith’s work draws upon her own life lessons, wisdom teachings from around the world, doctoral degrees in social psychology and spiritual science, and mentoring others. In this episode learn: The lessons learned in the process of caring for the dying including the importance of love and the revelation of courage and overcoming fear How our cultural Death Taboo that says birth is good and death is bad hinders our ability to make peace with our mortality The impact of the spiritual dimension of on death Making preparation allow you to have a say in the death process and allows you to be present with the one who is dying in love and caring for her Control vs vulnerability in the death process We are offering in-office and telephonic appointments! Call 208-338-8902! Schedule your Nutritional IV, telephonic, or in-office appointment here! https://bit.ly/TKCAppointments Learn More at www.theKarlfeldtCenter.comIntegrative Cancer Solutions was created to instill hope and empowerment. Other people have been where you are right now and have already done the research for you. Listen to their stories and journeys and apply what they learned to achieve similar outcomes as they have, cancer remission and an even more fullness of life than before the diagnosis. Guests will discuss what therapies, supplements, and practitioners they relied on to beat cancer. Once diagnosed, time is of the essence. This podcast will dramatically reduce your learning curve as you search for your own solution to cancer. For more information about products and services discussed in this podcast, please visit www.integrativecancersolutions.com. To learn more about the cutting-edge integrative cancer therapies Dr. Karlfeldt offer at his center, please visit www.TheKarlfeldtCenter.com.
Episode 225 and a Half Jesse accidentally takes a week off. We're back on Saturday (and actually Saturday this time, explanation within)
Art Projects, Creativity Vs. Technology + Quitting Instagram? There's a petition circling the internet to bring back the old Instagram. I signed it because I'm tired of seeing the same mindless reels to the same f*cking Harry Styles song. Let's get back to still photography and appreciating stillness.

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Breast Cancer Prevention News: Special Guest: Ann Fonfa: The Dangers of Processed Foods. Breast Cancer Prevention News. Ann Fonfa founder of the AnnieAppleseedProject speaks on the dangers of processed foods to wellness especially for cancer patients.  "From its inception, the Annie Appleseed Project decided to Challenge the Existing treatment paradigm, to Question the existing research methods and subjects, and to Propose new directions for both ending with true Integrative Oncology. Thus the program name Cheqpt, designed to bring complementary, alternative therapies to the mainstream as soon as may be, while serving as a place where all ideas are scrutinized." - Quote from her website.The term “processed food” can cause some confusion because most foods are processed in some way.  However, chemically processed foods often only contain refined ingredients and artificial substances, with little nutritional value. They tend to have added chemical flavoring agents, colors, and sweeteners.These ultra-processed foods are sometimes called “cosmetic” foods, as compared with whole foods.Some examples of ultra-processed foods include:frozen or ready mealsbaked goods, including pizza, cakes, and pastriespackaged breadsprocessed cheese productsbreakfast cerealscrackers and chipscandy and ice creaminstant noodles and soupsreconstituted meats, such as sausages, nuggets, fish fingers, and processed hamsodas and other sweetened drinksAre processed foods bad for you?Ultra-processed foods tend to taste good and are often inexpensive.  They are addictive but have no nutritional value.However, they usually contain ingredients that could be harmful if consumed in excess, such as saturated fats, added sugar, and salt. These foods also contain less dietary fiber and fewer vitamins than whole foods.Highly processed foods can lead to weight gain, diabetes and obesity.Processed foods and beverages are among the major sources of added sugar in the diet. Sweetened beverages are a particularly significant source; people tend to consume much more sugar than they realize in soft drinks.The ingredients list on the back of processed food packaging is often full of unrecognizable substances. Some are artificial chemicals that the manufacturer has added to make the food more palatable.  Rule of thumb - if you don't know what it is - don't eat it.Ann serves on the board of directors for the National Breast Cancer Coalition and has been an active grant reviewer for journals and the Dept of Defense, for which she recruits other cancer survivors.She is well-known for moving awareness forward.  Ann spoke at events around the world and is very proud of her work. She doesn’t take personal credit for the interest around Integrative oncology but she was the charter Advocate member of the Society for Integrative Oncology.  It’s time is NOW.Today many in oncology acknowledge the need and value for exercise, nutritional changes, handling stress and more.Ann is one amazing lady! Support the show
Season 2, Episode 9: Maddie Miles - Female Hormone Guru & Taking Back Control of Our Menstrual Cycle It’s just Maddy on the show today but she’s here with Maddie Miles and we’re SO excited to have her! Maddie is a hormone specialist, female health activist, clinical herbalist and founder of Peace Love Hormones and creator of Soothe, an herbal remedy that helps with PMS symptoms and balancing hormones.
Maddie gives us so much information around her own health struggles with an eating disorder and how that led her to creating a career in helping women take back control of their menstrual health. She talks through the balance of Western and Eastern medicine, how stress and trauma from cancer (or anything else) affects our hormones and what we can do to balance them and how supporting gut health and optimizing our nutrition can help with regulating hormones. We also touch on effects of hormonal birth control, being your own advocate and SO MUCH MORE!
Maddie also talks about Soothe, the herbal remedy she created to help supplement women’s health and balance their hormones. Maddie is truly incredible and is helping to change the way we think about our hormones as women.
You can follow Maddie on Instagram @themaddiemiles. She is also the host of the Peace Love Hormones podcast and you can purchase Soothe on www.peacelovehormones.com.
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WCLC 2022 Preview With Narjust Florez And Stephen Liu The IASLC World Conference on Lung Cancer will be held in person this year in Vienna. Lung Cancer Considered Hosts Dr. Narjust Florez and Dr. Stephen Liu preview the meeting highlights and provide advice on how to plan your own experience and what scientific sessions might be the most interesting. This podcast episode is a must listen for all in person attendees and those participating virtually from their home or office.
AiRS Foundation - Alliance in Reconstructive Surgery Morgan Hare, Co-Founder of the AiRS Foundation to be here to discuss the importance of reconstruction options for women who undergo surgery for breast cancer.
Everything You Need To Know About Bone Health & Breast Cancer! With Dr. Michele McDermott, Medical Director of Bone Health for Amgen Host Melissa Berry had the unique opportunity to speak with Dr. Michele McDermott, Medical Director of Bone Health for Amgen. Dr. McDermott founded the Menopause and Osteoporosis Center in Austin, Texas which she directed until she joined Amgen in 2018.  This episode is packed with tons of information about bone health as it relates to breast cancer. How often should you get a DXA scan? What happens if you don't monitor your bone density during treatment? What are the signs and symptoms of osteoporosis? Tune in to find out her answers to these questions and many more!
168. This Is My Metastatic Breast Cancer Story: 4 Women Living With Stage IV Today we meet the Survivingbreastcancer.org MBC Leadership Team. Angela Rose, Dawn Oswald, Kathleen Friel, and Kristen Carter.
Addressing Social Determinants of Health through a Medical-Legal Partnership While patients with cancer face many physical and psychological challenges associated with their disease and/or treatment, their social, emotional, and legal needs can lead to ongoing health disparities and reduced quality of life if left unaddressed. Hear how a unique medical-legal partnership at Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) Health System expands the clinical team to include lawyers who address the legal issues that affect patients’ health and well-being. Learn how this 2022 ACCC Innovator Award winner redefined “comprehensive care” for patients and enabled the program’s team lead to embrace her passion to consistently find joy in her day-to-day role. Guests: Allison L. Held, JDAssociate General Counsel & Director, Medical-Legal Partnership at VCU Health SystemVirginia Commonwealth University Health System, VCU Massey Cancer Center Resources: VCU’s Medical-Legal Partnership Meets Oncology Patients’ Needs 2022 ACCC Innovator Award Details ACCC 39th National Oncology Conference Comprehensive Cancer Care Services The Role of Community Partners in Serving AYA Patients ACCC Financial Advocacy Network This podcast is part of a special series on the 2022 ACCC Innovator Award winners. For a deeper dive into this content, visit ACCC’s Innovator Award website.
032: Life Insurance 101 Jeff Newman from Jones Lowry joins the guys to discuss the need-to-know basics of life insurance and long-term financial planning. 
 
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Bicep curl for the Brain - Interview with UNPLUG creator Suze Yalof Schwartz I'm so exctied for you all to listen to this incredible epsiode with CEO and creator of UNPLUG, my all time favrote meditation app. Discussed in episode: Dr. Sara Lazar Ted Talk: https://youtu.be/m8rRzTtP7Tc BEACHBODY ON DEMAND and ACCESS to UNSTRESS: https://www.teambeachbody.com/shop/us/d/beachbody-on-demand-BODStandalone?referringRepID=27056 Tiny Habits BJ Fogg: https://www.amazon.com/Tiny-Habits-Changes-Change-Everything/dp/0358362776/ref=tmm_pap_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1658691874&sr=8-1 Not Today Menopause program is available here - > https://jen-delvaux.mykajabi.com/sales-page-adaac3cb-2ac2-4bb0-b19a-37089e0ea188  NOT TODAY CANCER CLUB -> www.nottodaycancerclub.com Get my new book Not Today Cancer HERE: https://www.amazon.com/dp/1685156126/ref=cm_sw_em_r_mt_dp_ZYMQ0QJ4YHRRYRY0V2DS GROUPS TO JOIN: * STRONGER TOGETHER - Cancer group for women you can request to join: https://www.facebook.com/groups/womeninpink * Not Today Cancer Club - https://www.nottodaycancerclub.com  MY FAVORITES: To help with sleep → Sleepi Gummies: https://glnk.io/z2pl/jendelvaux15 * Pique Tea: Favorite Tea-> https://www.piquetea.com/?rfsn=5818415.d1d969a&utm_source=affiliate * ORGANIFI CODE TO GET DISCOUNT:  https://www.organifishop.com -> Use JEND at check out to save 15% off. * Mid-Day Sqaures!! 15% off here -> https://www.middaysquares.com/?sca_ref=858254.CbxPK42ccG - USE CODE JEN15 at checkout. * MENOPAUSE MIRACLE: https://pinklotus.com/elements/?r=401 MY favorite Luxury, organic, completely clean skincare line: http://www.kpsessentials.com/discount/Jen10  - USE Jen10 at checkout to recieve 10% off. Connect with me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jendelvaux/ Email me → coachjennyd@gmail.com
Ep #19: Nutrition Therapy as Cancer Therapy with Melinda Penny-Washington It really is true that what we eat matters to our health. This is such an important subject that I invited an expert to join me today on the show: Melinda Penny-Washington, a registered dietitian, nutritionist, and transformation coach. You will get to hear about how nutrition can help in the fight against cancer as she shares her passion for bringing a mind shift into the understanding of health and wellness. You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: https://cancerfromatoz.com/episodes/19
Ep #18: Skin Cancer and Your Eye with Dr. Elizabeth Chiang Today I'm joined by ophthalmologist and ocular plastic surgeon Dr. Elizabeth Chiang to talk about how she treats skin cancers with ocular plastic surgery. You will hear about the important connections between cancer and ophthalmology, as well as what she commonly sees when it comes to cancers. She also addresses the steps she goes through with her cancer patients and shares insight into the reconstruction process. You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: https://cancerfromatoz.com/episodes/18
Good Genes "Good Genes," by Kaitlin Demarest: a resident searches for answers after genetic testing.   TRANSCRIPT Good Genes, by Kaitlin Demarest, MD1 (10.1200/JCO.22.00871) My mother was diagnosed with breast cancer when I was 5. I accompanied her to a handful of chemotherapy sessions and filled the time with MadLibs and word searches. The drive to the hospital became familiar; the diner where I celebrated my fifth birthday was on the way, as was the dairy bar and the Chi Chi’s that shut down. I grew accustomed to her wearing wigs and remember vividly the time one almost flew off her head on a windy day at Rockefeller Center. I learned that vomit could be green and what a computed tomography (CT) scan was. This is not to say that I knew what was going on or what all of it meant. When she was first diagnosed, my dad explained that there was something scary growing inside my mom and her doctors needed to take it out. He drew an arrow coming out of a finger instead of breast tissue to help my young mind better grasp the concept. I was not sure why the cancer picked her breast to start growing in but that mattered little to me as my kindergarten logic figured it would be simple enough to take out. However, after “trying to get the cancer out” with surgery and chemo, she only seemed to get sicker. She would spend days on the couch after treatments, nauseous but not wanting the Coke syrup she would give me when I was sick. Eventually, she returned to work, her new head of hair much curlier than before, and things seemed normal again for a brief time. I can recall multiple times, almost yearly, that I believed she was cancer-free, but then I would overhear her telling someone over the phone that she needed to start treatment again. I clung to the belief that everything would be okay without a second thought, but then one day the summer after fourth grade, she told me and my brother that she would not be getting better. Soon she was in hospice care, and then she was gone. Losing her at 10 years old, there was so much I did not understand. I decided I wanted to become a doctor and tried to start my medical education as soon as possible to fill in these gaps. I wrote research papers on cancer topics in middle school, took as many science classes as possible in high school, and majored in molecular biology as an undergrad. I even spent a summer shadowing oncologists, including one of my mom’s. He called me by her name a few times, which mostly warmed my heart that he still thought of her and reminded me that he had known her too. He was very kind, clearly doing the best for his patients. Watching him, I began to appreciate the rocky road of disclosing setbacks and poor prognoses as a provider. Despite a week of shadowing my mother’s oncologist and countless visits with my aunt and uncle, both doctors, who had helped her navigate the treatment process and even took care of her when she was home on hospice, I refrained from asking about the genetics of my mother’s cancer. Perhaps due to wishful thinking, I was under the impression that my mom had been tested for hereditary breast cancer syndromes while she was alive and that she was negative for BRCA mutations. But finally, at the end of my first year of medical school, over the karaoke music at a bar after my cousin’s college graduation, my aunt told me that she had never been tested; I would need to be tested soon. I had been scared to receive the results of my genetic testing. I had faced mortality but avoided thinking about my own. I remember my heart pounding as I listened to my genetic counselor, trying to discern any doom or gloom in her tone. After she carefully explained that I carried no mutations known to be associated with cancer, I caught my breath and relief did wash over me. Then it was all over. Years of questioning, asking what if, bargaining, avoiding, wondering, hoping all tied up. “Take care of yourself, Kaitlin,” she said, “Don’t study too hard tonight.” It was almost as if she knew. The sudden silence, the finality, and the lack of solace in my solitude; I felt panicked and empty. There would be no sticky little mutation to act as scapegoat for all my pain, no genetic alteration on which to pin her loss. I would not have to think so much about prophylactic mastectomies, only early screening. But I was devastated. I thought knowledge would mean power, but it turned out that ignorance was almost bliss. I secretly hoped for an answer, written in our DNA, a molecule I had come to understand so well, that would explain why I had lost my mom so prematurely. As a kid, I felt helpless against my mother’s illness and these results only exacerbated that feeling. Studying molecular biology and human physiology granted me some sense of control, but my heart ached not knowing what happened inside of her organs, tissues, a
CSP S5E066 - Ep. 66, Introducing Cancer Secrets University Welcome to the Cancer Secrets Podcast, hosted by Dr. Jonathan Stegall. In today's episode, Dr. Stegall shares the big exciting news he has been working on for years now: the launch of "Cancer Secrets University" - an online video course for cancer patients and loved ones to easily navigate the cancer journey together. Do not miss this important episode and informative introduction to Cancer Secrets University (CSU). CSU offers 5 Modules, 40 Video Lessons, and 6 Bonus Lessons. CSU offers a comprehensive VIDEO ON DEMAND COACHING PROGRAM to empower cancer patients, caregivers, and survivors with the latest research and weapons in the fight against cancer. To order Dr. Stegall's Amazon best-selling book, read the blog, listen to the podcast, or now sign up for access to Cancer Secrets University (CSU), visit cancersecrets.com. Listeners of the Cancer Secrets Podcast can use the discount code "CSUPodcast" to receive a discount when signing up for CSU. Thank you for being a supportive listener of the show. If this show has encouraged you, please take a minute to leave a five-star rating and review wherever you listen to podcasts so that others can discover the show too. Thank you!
Addressing Social Determinants of Health through a Medical-Legal Partnership While patients with cancer face many physical and psychological challenges associated with their disease and/or treatment, their social, emotional, and legal needs can lead to ongoing health disparities and reduced quality of life if left unaddressed. Hear how a unique medical-legal partnership at Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) Health System expands the clinical team to include lawyers who address the legal issues that affect patients’ health and well-being. Learn how this 2022 ACCC Innovator Award winner redefined “comprehensive care” for patients and enabled the program’s team lead to embrace her passion to consistently find joy in her day-to-day role. Guests: Allison L. Held, JDAssociate General Counsel & Director, Medical-Legal Partnership at VCU Health SystemVirginia Commonwealth University Health System, VCU Massey Cancer Center Resources: VCU’s Medical-Legal Partnership Meets Oncology Patients’ Needs 2022 ACCC Innovator Award Details ACCC 39th National Oncology Conference Comprehensive Cancer Care Services The Role of Community Partners in Serving AYA Patients ACCC Financial Advocacy Network This podcast is part of a special series on the 2022 ACCC Innovator Award winners. For a deeper dive into this content, visit ACCC’s Innovator Award website.
Is a Week Too Long for Dog Breast Cancer Surgery? | Dr. Brooke Britton #177 Gio called in to our Listener Line about his dog with a mammary mass. Unfortunately, his dog has started to chew on the mass, causing bleeding and more discomfort. To make matters worse, his vet is concerned that it may be too large to completely remove with surgery.Oncologist Brooke Britton weighs in on the different surgery options for a dog with a large mass, as well as how to protect tumors that are bleeding or that bother your dog. And when it comes to actually getting a surgery done, you might be able to schedule it with your regular vet or you might be better off scheduling with a board-certified specialty surgeon who is experienced with complicated cases.Listen in to learn more.Related Links:American College of Veterinary SurgeonsExam Room Series: Mammary Gland Cancer podcast episodePreparing Your Dog for Surgery podcast episodeAbout Today’s Guest, Dr. Brooke Britton: Brooke Britton completed her residency training in Medical Oncology at the University of Pennsylvania in 2012, and has been in clinical practice in the NYC and Jersey Shore area since that time. She helmed the Brooklyn and Downtown arms of the Oncology Department for BluePearl Veterinary Partners in New York for the past 9 years, and was an active participant in house officer training and clinical trials during her tenure there. She currently serves as a private consultant and maintains an independent clinical practice. Dr. Britton has lectured nationally and authored several peer-reviewed articles. She has particular interest in hematologic malignancies and the metastatic cascade.LinkedInOther Links:To join the private Facebook group for readers of Dr. Dressler’s book “The Dog Cancer Survival Guide,” go to https://www.facebook.com/groups/dogcancersupport/ Dog Cancer Answers is a Maui Media production in association with Dog Podcast NetworkThis episode is sponsored by the best-selling animal health book The Dog Cancer Survival Guide: Full Spectrum Treatments to Optimize Your Dog’s Life Quality and Longevity by Dr. Demian Dressler and Dr. Susan Ettinger. Available everywhere fine books are sold.Have a guest you think would be great for our show? Contact our producers at DogCancerAnswers.comHave an inspiring True Tail about your own dog’s cancer journey you think would help other dog lovers? Share your true tail with our producers.If you would like to ask a dog cancer related question for one of our expert veterinarians to answer on a future Q&A episode, call our Listener Line at 808-868-3200 www.dogcanceransers.com.Dog Cancer News is a free weekly newsletter that contains useful information designed to help your dog with cancer. To sign up, please visit: www.dogcancernews.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Sunday, July 24, 2022 Cancer Horoscope Today Astrological notes for Sunday, July 24th, 2022, for All SignsDate: Today is Sunday, July 24th, 2022Movement of planets: The Sun is in Leo, and The Moon is in 16 degrees Gemini.Sun: 1 degree Leo conjunct Mercury, trine Jupiter, trine Neptune, opposite Pluto.Moon: 16 degrees Gemini sextile Mercury, trine Saturn, square Neptune.Mercury: 10 degrees Leo square Mars, trine Jupiter.Venus: 7 degrees Cancer square Jupiter.Mars: 13 degrees Taurus conjunct Uranus, conjunct North Node.Jupiter: 8 degrees AriesSaturn: 23 degrees Aquarius square Uranus, square North Node.Uranus: 18 degrees Taurus conjunct North Node.Neptune: 25 degrees Pisces sextile Pluto.Pluto: 27 degrees Capricorn.South Node: 18 degrees ScorpioNorth Node: 18 degrees Taurus Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Monday, July 25, 2022 Cancer Horoscope Today Astrological notes for Monday, July 25th, 2022, for All SignsDate: Today is Monday, July 25th, 2022Movement of planets: The Sun is in Leo, and The Moon is in 27 degrees Gemini.Sun: 2 degrees Leo trine Jupiter, trine Neptune, opposite Pluto.Moon: 27 degrees Gemini trine Saturn, square Neptune.Mercury: 12 degrees Leo square Mars, trine Jupiter, square Uranus, square North Node.Venus: 9 degrees Cancer square Jupiter.Mars: 13 degrees Taurus conjunct Uranus, conjunct North Node.Jupiter: 8 degrees Aries.Saturn: 23 degrees Aquarius square Uranus, square North Node.Uranus: 18 degrees Taurus conjunct North Node.Neptune: 25 degrees Pisces sextile Pluto.Pluto: 27 degrees Capricorn.South Node: 18 degrees ScorpioNorth Node: 18 degrees Taurus Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Tuesday, July 26, 2022 Cancer Horoscope Today Astrological Notes for Tuesday, July 26th, 2022, for All SignsDate: July 26th, 2022Movement of planets: The Moon is in Cancer, and the Sun and Mercury are in Leo.Sun: 3 degrees Leo Semi-Sextile the Moon and Trine Jupiter  Moon: 9 degrees Cancer Conjunct Venus and Square Jupiter  Mercury: 14 degrees Leo Trine JupiterVenus: 10 degrees Cancer Mars: 14 degrees Taurus Conjunct Uranus and North NodeJupiter: 8 degrees Aries Saturn: 23 degrees Aquarius RetrogradeUranus: 18 degrees Taurus  Neptune: 25 degrees Pisces Retrograde Sextile Pluto Pluto: 27 degrees Capricorn RetrogradeSouth Node: 18 degrees Scorpio Retrograde North Node: 18 degrees Taurus Retrograde Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Meditation - The Four Directions with Susan Whitaker In many traditions, the four directions offer a deeper understanding of our place in the world. You can relax and surrender to the teachings of the forest and the great tree in this guided meditation. This is a continuation of Susan's last 8 meditations which can be heard by clicking below, but it can also be enjoyed on its own.1. Discover Your Life Tree2. Exploring Your Earth Connection3. Climbing the Canopy4. Your Tree Sanctuary5. Meeting a Helping Spirit6. Taking Flight7. The Prayer Tree8. The Cosmic Tree of LifeThere are certain things that are essential to living a healthy, happy, meaningful life. Susan believes that yoga is one of them and had dedicated her life to sharing it with others. She has taught and practiced yoga for over 45 years. Susan specializes in adapting basic yoga poses to fit individual bodies and includes mindfulness, breathing, and concentration to connect a person more deeply to themselves. She approaches yoga in a gentle way and creates a class around who is present. She takes suggestions about what people need on any given day and weaves them together for a more inclusive experience. Susan establishes a safe atmosphere and encourages a sense of community for the class, even within personal exploration. Through breathing techniques, laughter, philosophy, poetry, and reverence, her classes are designed to give her students an accessible life skill that will serve them in their daily lives.This podcast is sponsored in part by Consolidated Communications. This podcast is offered freely to ensure everyone has access to these practices and conversations offered by Wellness Within Cancer Support Services. If you feel inspired to donate to support Wellness Within offerings, please visit www.wellnesswithin.org/giveBEACON is a self-paced online system that provides cancer patients, caregivers, and survivors a place to learn and practice wellness. It is designed to support the individual based on where they are in their cancer experience. Enroll at https://beacon.wellnesswithin.org/Support the show
Finding Hope and Acceptance in a Cancer Diagnosis: One Couple's Advice You’ve received a cancer diagnosis. Now what? For George Kolasa, it was obvious: use his glioblastoma diagnosis for good. “I’ve been chosen,” he says. Since February, George has been spreading his message of hope, acceptance and overcoming adversity on social media, while husband Justin has taken on his new role as caretaker with military-grade precision and organization.
In this episode, Dr. Diane Reidy-Lagunes talks with George and Justin on their journey to accepting a life they never planned for, plus what advice they have for families going through the same thing.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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David Smoak in Waco, Texas This edition of the Life of Fitz podcast features host Tim Fitzgerald calling his new friend and media colleague David Smoak in Waco, Texas. "Smoaky," as he's known in Texas, has been honored as a TV reporter and anchor, and radio play-by-play broadcaster by the Associated Press. He is now part of the staff of SicEm365, a Baylor website, hosting their three-hour weekday radio show that also live-streams on YouTube from 3-6 p.m. Smoak is the owner of one of the longest-running websites in Texas, Smoaky.com. A member of the Texas Sports Hall of Fame and Texas High School Football Hall of Fame ballot committee and has a vote for the Heisman Trophy and Biletnikoff Awards. Inducted into the East Texas Coaches Association Hall of Honor and a member of the Football Writer’s Association of America, Pro Football Writer’s Association. Smoak, whose father was a Naval Academy graduate, is a graduate of both Tyler Junior College and Stephen F. Austin State University. ***Tim Fitzgerald is a sports journalist who writes, does TV, radio and is a long-time podcaster. He has served as publisher of GoPowercat.com, a website that focuses on Kansas State sports, for nearly 25 years. Fitz also has stage four prostate cancer, so during the initial stages of the pandemic, his doctors have advised him to stay home and lay low. Now, Fitz is healthy and in remission, but his podcast lives on. Welcome to his life and the Life of Fitz podcast.Sign up for GoPowercat VIP access and get your first month for just $1!Want the latest Kansas State headlines sent to your inbox? Click to sign up for GoPowercat's daily newsletter! Make sure you subscribe to Life of Fitz at your favorite podcast provider, including Apple, Spotify or Amazon.Follow @LifeofFitz Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Meditation - The Four Directions with Susan Whitaker In many traditions, the four directions offer a deeper understanding of our place in the world. You can relax and surrender to the teachings of the forest and the great tree in this guided meditation. This is a continuation of Susan's last 8 meditations which can be heard by clicking below, but it can also be enjoyed on its own.1. Discover Your Life Tree2. Exploring Your Earth Connection3. Climbing the Canopy4. Your Tree Sanctuary5. Meeting a Helping Spirit6. Taking Flight7. The Prayer Tree8. The Cosmic Tree of LifeThere are certain things that are essential to living a healthy, happy, meaningful life. Susan believes that yoga is one of them and had dedicated her life to sharing it with others. She has taught and practiced yoga for over 45 years. Susan specializes in adapting basic yoga poses to fit individual bodies and includes mindfulness, breathing, and concentration to connect a person more deeply to themselves. She approaches yoga in a gentle way and creates a class around who is present. She takes suggestions about what people need on any given day and weaves them together for a more inclusive experience. Susan establishes a safe atmosphere and encourages a sense of community for the class, even within personal exploration. Through breathing techniques, laughter, philosophy, poetry, and reverence, her classes are designed to give her students an accessible life skill that will serve them in their daily lives.This podcast is sponsored in part by Consolidated Communications. This podcast is offered freely to ensure everyone has access to these practices and conversations offered by Wellness Within Cancer Support Services. If you feel inspired to donate to support Wellness Within offerings, please visit www.wellnesswithin.org/giveBEACON is a self-paced online system that provides cancer patients, caregivers, and survivors a place to learn and practice wellness. It is designed to support the individual based on where they are in their cancer experience. Enroll at https://beacon.wellnesswithin.org/Support the show
Is a Week Too Long for Dog Breast Cancer Surgery? | Dr. Brooke Britton #177 Gio called in to our Listener Line about his dog with a mammary mass. Unfortunately, his dog has started to chew on the mass, causing bleeding and more discomfort. To make matters worse, his vet is concerned that it may be too large to completely remove with surgery.Oncologist Brooke Britton weighs in on the different surgery options for a dog with a large mass, as well as how to protect tumors that are bleeding or that bother your dog. And when it comes to actually getting a surgery done, you might be able to schedule it with your regular vet or you might be better off scheduling with a board-certified specialty surgeon who is experienced with complicated cases.Listen in to learn more.Related Links:American College of Veterinary SurgeonsExam Room Series: Mammary Gland Cancer podcast episodePreparing Your Dog for Surgery podcast episodeAbout Today’s Guest, Dr. Brooke Britton: Brooke Britton completed her residency training in Medical Oncology at the University of Pennsylvania in 2012, and has been in clinical practice in the NYC and Jersey Shore area since that time. She helmed the Brooklyn and Downtown arms of the Oncology Department for BluePearl Veterinary Partners in New York for the past 9 years, and was an active participant in house officer training and clinical trials during her tenure there. She currently serves as a private consultant and maintains an independent clinical practice. Dr. Britton has lectured nationally and authored several peer-reviewed articles. She has particular interest in hematologic malignancies and the metastatic cascade.LinkedInOther Links:To join the private Facebook group for readers of Dr. Dressler’s book “The Dog Cancer Survival Guide,” go to https://www.facebook.com/groups/dogcancersupport/ Dog Cancer Answers is a Maui Media production in association with Dog Podcast NetworkThis episode is sponsored by the best-selling animal health book The Dog Cancer Survival Guide: Full Spectrum Treatments to Optimize Your Dog’s Life Quality and Longevity by Dr. Demian Dressler and Dr. Susan Ettinger. Available everywhere fine books are sold.Have a guest you think would be great for our show? Contact our producers at DogCancerAnswers.comHave an inspiring True Tail about your own dog’s cancer journey you think would help other dog lovers? Share your true tail with our producers.If you would like to ask a dog cancer related question for one of our expert veterinarians to answer on a future Q&A episode, call our Listener Line at 808-868-3200 www.dogcanceransers.com.Dog Cancer News is a free weekly newsletter that contains useful information designed to help your dog with cancer. To sign up, please visit: www.dogcancernews.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
#200 Living in the Field of Transformation The greatest thing about achieving a goal is realizing who you had to become to get there. This week as I celebrate releasing the 200th episode of the Breast Cancer Recovery Coach podcast, I reflect on how much I, my business, and this community have evolved. In this episode, I’ll share the most important things I’ve learned as I’ve navigated breast cancer, built a business, and become the coach and the person I am today. Maybe, more importantly, I’ve come to embrace the knowledge that life is in a constant flow, and we are always living in transformation. When we step into the field of transformation and allow ourselves to be in the evolution of life, we open ourselves to growth and drop the burden of resistance. Join me in this episode as step into the field of transformation and celebrate this landmark episode.
Reflecting on COVID-19 and Providing Reliable Information to People with Cancer, with Merry Jennifer Markham, MD, FACP, FASCO ASCO: You’re listening to a podcast from Cancer.Net. This cancer information website is produced by the American Society of Clinical Oncology, known as ASCO, the voice of the world's oncology professionals.  The purpose of this podcast is to educate and to inform. This is not a substitute for professional medical care and is not intended for use in the diagnosis or treatment of individual conditions. Guests on this podcast express their own opinions, experience, and conclusions. Guests’ statements on this podcast do not express the opinions of ASCO. The mention of any product, service, organization, activity, or therapy should not be construed as an ASCO endorsement. Cancer research discussed in this podcast is ongoing, so data described here may change as research progresses.  The beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic brought with it confusion, fear, and uncertainty for most people around the globe. These feelings were often heightened for people with cancer as they experienced disruptions or changes in care, such as following greater safety precautions at their treatment centers, having their appointments shifted to televisits, and facing delays in recommended cancer screenings.  As a response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Cancer.Net developed several resources for people with cancer, including its post “Coronavirus and COVID-19: What People With Cancer Need to Know,” written by Dr. Merry Jennifer Markham. After publishing this post on March 3, 2020, Dr. Markham reviewed and updated the post for 650 days straight to make sure people with cancer were receiving the most up-to-date and relevant information about COVID-19. The post went on to receive the Award of Distinction from the eHealthcare Awards in the Best COVID-19 Pandemic Related Communications category and was translated into Spanish, Portuguese, Russian, and Arabic.     In this podcast, ASCO’s Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Julie Gralow talks with Dr. Markham about her role in creating information for people with cancer throughout the pandemic, how the pandemic has shifted her perspective, and where she sees the future of the pandemic response headed. Dr. Gralow: Hello. I'm Dr. Julie Gralow, ASCO's Chief Medical Officer. Today, I'm talking with Dr. Merry Jennifer Markham, an ASCO volunteer and the Cancer.Net Associate Editor for Gynecologic Cancers. Cancer.Net is the patient information website of ASCO. Dr. Markham is also chief of the University of Florida, Division of Hematology and Oncology, a clinical professor in the University of Florida College of Medicine, and the associate director for medical affairs at the University of Florida Health Cancer Center. Dr. Markham played a key role in ensuring that ASCO provides up-to-date information about COVID-19 for patients, survivors, and caregivers through Cancer.Net. Since March 2020, she devoted a remarkable amount of time and energy to this endeavor, including a stretch of 650 straight days of reviewing and updating our patient information about coronavirus. Wow. That's true dedication, Merry Jennifer. So I would like to kick it off to you, Merry Jennifer. First of all, thank you so much for everything you've done during these past couple of years in keeping our Cancer.Net website up to date for patients during these incredibly challenging times. I'm looking forward to having a conversation with you about all of this. Dr. Markham: Thank you so much. It's been an honor and a pleasure. And the Cancer.Net team has been just fantastic to work with. Dr. Gralow: Great. Glad to hear it. So Merry Jennifer, when you suggested that ASCO provide some patient-focused content on COVID and cancer, did you think we'd still be talking about this 2 years later? Dr. Markham: Oh, I had no idea what to expect. No. I think I, like many of us, thought that this would be a very time-limited event and maybe by the Christmas time of 2020, that we would be done. We were all, of course, disappointed to learn that that was not how a pandemic plays out, but I definitely had no idea what my one email to the group would lead to. Dr. Gralow: What do you remember about March of 2020? Dr. Markham: It was a really scary time and a very uncertain time. None of us really knew what was going to come. We were watching how the pandemic or just the viral infection was playing out at the time in other countries, but really, we're not sure what was going to happen to our patients. And I was coming off a stint, I believe - the timing is a bit of a blur - on the communications committee for ASCO. And communications is something that I am passionate about, cancer communication with patients and with other colleagues. And I recall being in clinic and answering questions from patients. And really, it felt like there needed to be so
Episode 45: In conversation with Harry and Pieter: Raising awareness for men with breast cancer We recommend that listeners exercise self-care when listening to this podcast, as some may find the content upsetting.Let’s be Upfront about men who are diagnosed with breast cancer. Breast cancer is often thought as a disease that only affects women, however, in Australia in 2022 it is predicted that 212 men will be diagnosed. As this diagnosis is less common, men who are diagnosed with breast cancer often feel a range of emotions, including feeling isolated and alone and being unsure who they can speak to or what to do next.Joining us for this In Conversation episode are Harry and Pieter.Harry was diagnosed with early breast cancer in 2005 and had chemotherapy, after which he was cancer-free. In 2018, at a routine appointment with his GP, he had a series of blood tests, and his cancer was found to have returned. Harry was diagnosed with metastatic breast cancer at that time.Pieter was diagnosed with triple-positive grade 3 breast cancer, which had spread to a sentinel lymph node, in 2021. He underwent a mastectomy and axillary node clearance and then started four rounds of chemotherapy. Pieter lost his wife to breast cancer in 2017.During this candid conversation between Harry and Pieter we’ll hear their stories, their initial reaction to their diagnosis, the biggest challenges they face, who they went to for support and why they want to help spread awareness of the disease for other men. This podcast was recorded in May 2022.RESOURCES:- Sign up to My Journey and access a range of resources for men diagnosed with breast cancer- Visit our Online Network to connect with other men going through a similar experienceUpfront About Breast Cancer is a production of Breast Cancer Network Australia. Our theme music is by the late Tara Simmons.If this episode helped you or someone you know, you can support the show in the following ways to allow us to continue to be upfront with you and reach more people through meaningful content. Subscribe to ensure you never miss an episode, download so you always have an episode ready to listen to, leave a rating and review and tell us what you liked about the episode. Want to get in touch? Visit our website at bcna.org.au, email us at contact@bcna.org.au, or call our Helpline on 1800 500 258
Digital Literacy in Older Adults with Cancer While telehealth has expanded the delivery of healthcare services, many populations--including older adults with cancer--lack the know-how to use technology to their advantage during their cancer journey. Lower levels of digital literacy impede patients from accessing timely information, feeling empowered to ask questions, and seeking the best treatment for their diagnosis. To support patients to become DIGITALLY EMPOWERED, learn about a free program from the Patient Empowerment Network that teaches older adults with cancer valuable technology skills to engage digitally in their care. Guest:   Andrea Conners   Executive Director  Patient Empowerment Network     Resources:   Digital Bridges: Optimizing Telehealth for Older Adults with Cancer  Patient Empowerment Network   DIGITALLY EMPOWERED  Virtual Assessment of Physical Function in Adults With Cancer: Practical Tips  Using Telemedicine to Assess Psychological Health  [VIDEO PODCAST] Ep 07: Genetic Testing & Telehealth   This podcast is part of the ACCC education program, Digital Bridges. This project is supported by Merck.
Bouncing Back and the Spirit of Fighting Cancer with Tara Coyote We have forever been captivated by the force of the will to live.The will to live is a power inside us all to battle for survival when our lives are compromised by a sickness like cancer. However, this power is stronger in certain individuals than in others.Tara Coyote joined Integrative Cancer Solutions this week and shared some of the chunks of her emotional yet influential journey of cancer which she jotted down in her book. She went through a difficult time when her best friend was on her deathbed battling cancer and Tara being her caretaker did all possible things to save her life but she couldn’t survive. It was around a year when Tara was still recovering from the loss of her beautiful friend where she found herself in the same position after being diagnosed with breast cancer. Tara went through deep dive challenges to overcome this disease. She also shared her diet plan and supplements that helped her to regain it along with the support of people. The danger of death frequently recharges our enthusiasm for the significance of life, love, and everything to appreciate. Confronting the vulnerabilities of living with a sickness makes life more significant. The littlest joys are strengthened and a large part of hypocrisy in life is dispensed with. At the point when harshness and outrage start to disseminate, there is as yet a limit with regards to bliss.Integrative Cancer Solutions was created to instill hope and empowerment. Other people have been where you are right now and have already done the research for you. Listen to their stories and journeys and apply what they learned to achieve similar outcomes as they have, cancer remission and an even more fullness of life than before the diagnosis. Guests will discuss what therapies, supplements, and practitioners they relied on to beat cancer. Once diagnosed, time is of the essence. This podcast will dramatically reduce your learning curve as you search for your own solution to cancer. For more information about products and services discussed in this podcast, please visit www.integrativecancersolutions.com. To learn more about the cutting-edge integrative cancer therapies Dr. Karlfeldt offer at his center, please visit www.TheKarlfeldtCenter.com.
S4 Ep14: Reuben: losing a loved one to breast cancer At the end of 2021, Reuben sadly lost his mum to breast cancer. He speaks about what helped him and his family during this difficult time.

We also hear from Erin, a clinical psychologist and founder of The Loss Foundation, about how grief and bereavement affect us differently.

The Loss Foundation: thelossfoundation.org
You can also read Reuben's article here.

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Thursday, July 21, 2022 Cancer Horoscope Today Astrological notes for Thursday, July 21st, 2022 for All SignsDate: Today is Thursday, July 21st, 2022Movement of planets: The Sun is in Cancer; The Moon is in 9 degrees Taurus.Sun: 28 degrees Cancer square Moon, conjunct Mercury, trine Neptune, opposite Pluto.Moon: 9 degrees Taurus square Mercury, sextile Venus, conjunct Mars.Mercury: 4 degrees Leo trine Jupiter, opposite Pluto.Venus: 4 degrees Cancer square Jupiter.Mars: 11 degrees Taurus conjunct Uranus. Jupiter: 8 degrees AriesSaturn: 23 degrees Aquarius square Uranus, square North Node.Uranus: 18 degrees Taurus conjunct North Node.Neptune: 25 degrees Pisces sextile Pluto.Pluto: 27 degrees Capricorn.South Node: 18 degrees ScorpioNorth Node: 18 degrees Taurus Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Friday, July 22, 2022 Cancer Horoscope Today Astrological notes for Friday, July 22nd, 2022 for All SignsDate: Today is Friday, July 22nd, 2022Movement of planets: The Sun is in Cancer; The Moon is in 21 degrees Taurus.Sun: 29 degrees Cancer conjunct Mercury, trine Neptune, opposite Pluto.Moon: 21 degrees Taurus square Saturn, conjunct Uranus, sextile Neptune, trine Pluto, conjunct North Node.Mercury: 6 degrees Leo square Mars, trine Jupiter.Venus: 5 degrees Cancer square Jupiter.Mars: 11 degrees Taurus conjunct Uranus. Jupiter: 8 degrees AriesSaturn: 23 degrees Aquarius square Uranus, square North Node.Uranus: 18 degrees Taurus conjunct North Node.Neptune: 25 degrees Pisces sextile Pluto.Pluto: 27 degrees Capricorn.South Node: 18 degrees ScorpioNorth Node: 18 degrees Taurus Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Saturday, July 23, 2022 Cancer Horoscope Today Astrological notes for Saturday, July 23rd, 2022, for All SignsDate: Today is Saturday, July 23rd, 2022Movement of planets: The Sun is in Leo, and The Moon is in 4 degrees Gemini.Sun: 0 degrees Leo sextile Moon, conjunct Mercury, trine Jupiter, trine Neptune, opposite Pluto.Moon: 4 degrees Gemini sextile Mercury, sextile Jupiter, trine Pluto.Mercury: 8 degrees Leo square Mars, trine Jupiter.Venus: 6 degrees Cancer square Jupiter.Mars: 12 degrees Taurus conjunct Uranus, conjunct North Node.Jupiter: 8 degrees AriesSaturn: 23 degrees Aquarius square Uranus, square North Node.Uranus: 18 degrees Taurus conjunct North Node.Neptune: 25 degrees Pisces sextile Pluto.Pluto: 27 degrees Capricorn.South Node: 18 degrees ScorpioNorth Node: 18 degrees Taurus Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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Black Women Rising - The Untold Cancer: S3 Ep 4 Chemotherapy This week joining our host Charlotte Crowl is Cassie Kingswell; Cassie is a nurse with Breast Cancer Now and was previously a chemotherapy nurse for five years.
Cassie talks about all things chemotherapy, including the lines treatments are administered through, common long and short-term side effects and more.
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Self-Defense Tactics, Learning to Use a Firearm + Knife Handling Let's talk self-defense. This may be a controversial topic, but here goes nothing. I discuss the three most common tools in personal protection: pepper spray, knives, and firearms. I refuse to live in fear of guns and want to become more knowledgeable.

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How to Prepare for a Tattoo Session + the Story Behind My Next Tattoo Eeek! I have a tattoo appointment tomorrow that has me feeling nervous, excited, and pretty afraid of how much this is going to hurt. Fortunately, I have a multitude of tricks up my sleeve on how to cope with pain and prepare for long sessions.

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Mid-Month Mini Episode: Diversity Divulged Bethany and Rachel describe, dissect, and define the many layers of Diversity. Their discussion provides a broader perspective on diversity, access, and how we all benefit from having additional insights into how we can all proceed as a door opener or door slammer.



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Skye & Katharine - BRCA-P Clinical Trial Participants Katharine and Skye had never met each other, but they shared something in common. Both women carry the BRCA-1 gene mutation. This is an inherited gene which increases their chance of developing breast cancer by 70% and ovarian cancer by 40% throughout their lifetime. Until now, life-changing invasive surgery and regular breast screening have been the only options available for women like Katharine and Skye. However, the BRCA-P clinical trial aims to open up a new treatment opportunity for women with this gene mutation. BRCA-P is a preventative trial, which is testing the effectiveness of a drug called Denosumab in preventing breast cancer for these women.
My Dad Was My Hero During My Breast Cancer Treatment. This Is Our Story With Steve Berry, Melissa’s Dad Host Melissa Berry has a very candid conversation with her Dad, Steve Berry about her breast cancer diagnosis, treatment and everything in between. Tune in to hear this heartfelt conversation filled with laughter and tears about how Steve supported and dealt with his daughters' triple-negative breast cancer diagnosis. He openly shares his thoughts and fears upon Melissa's diagnosis as well as some advice about how to support your loved one who is faced with cancer treatment. This episode is excellent for patients but also for caregivers, as Steve was not only there to support Melissa through her experience but also for her Mom Barbara who was diagnosed and treated for breast cancer several years prior.
You Are Enough! Life Lessons about Cancer, Career and Life! Charlene Wheeless used to describe herself as the “typical type A personality.” That changed, however, after she was found to have breast cancer in February 2017 and had nine surgeries in three years.
Women In Thoracic Oncology With Prunella Blinman And Clarissa Mathias In this episode of Lung Cancer Considered, host Dr. Narjust Florez leads a discussion of the unique challenges women in oncology face as they navigate career pathways. She is joined by Dr. Prunella Blinman, a medical oncologist at Concord Repatriation General Hospital in Sydney, Australia and clinical associate professor at the University of Sydney. Also joining the discussion is Dr. Clarissa Mathias, medical oncologist and director of NOB/Oncoclinicas in Brazil. She is a member of the ASCO International Quality Steering Group and Lung cancer committee and she served on the IASLC board of directors.
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