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The Breast Cancer Conqueror Podcast features Wellness Warriors who have had a powerful impact in the world of Health and Happiness. Each episode provides information about various healing modalities and facets of creating vibrant health. Hosted by Dr. Veronique Desaulniers, better known as Dr. V, founder of Breast Cancer Conqueror and The 7 Essentials System, whose passion is to empower women around the globe to live their best life through healing of body, mind and spirit.
 
As the second most common cancer among American women, breast cancer takes a heavy toll on our patients and our healthcare system as a whole. And since research efforts are constantly devoted to finding innovative diagnostic and treatment strategies, this Breaking Boundaries in Breast Cancer features the latest updates gathered from conferences held around the world and from top experts in the field.
 
Blood & Cancer, the podcast for MDedge Hematology-Oncology, airs twice a week. Our Tuesday show brings you the latest in hem/onc news. On our Thursday show, Dr. David Henry interviews key opinion leaders and rising stars in hematology and oncology. The information in this podcast is provided for informational and educational purposes only.
 
Yale Cancer Answers is a weekly radio show by Yale Cancer Center on WNPR - Connecticut Public Radio - providing the latest information on cancer screening, detection, treatment, and prevention. Hosted by Dr. Anees Chagpar from Yale Cancer Center, the show features a guest cancer specialist who will share the most recent advances in cancer therapy and respond to listeners questions. Recent show topics include breast cancer, lung cancer, melanoma, colorectal cancer, skin cancer, lymphoma, leuk ...
 
A podcast about healing and preventing cancer with nutrition & natural therapies, and living life with joy and purpose! I was diagnosed with stage IIIC colon cancer in 2003, at 26 years old. I had surgery but refused chemotherapy. I chose faith over fear, changed my entire life, and used hardcore nutrition and natural therapies to heal. My doctor told me I was "Insane", but he was wrong. :) Today I am a best-selling author, blogger, global health & cancer coach, and speaker. My site (chrisbe ...
 
In OncLive® On Air, you can expect to hear interviews with academic oncologists on the thought-provoking oncology presentations they give at the OncLive® State of the Science Summits. The topics in oncology vary, from systemic therapies, surgery, radiation therapy, to emerging therapeutic approaches in a particular type of cancer. This includes lung cancer, breast cancer, gastrointestinal cancers, hematologic malignancies, gynecologic cancers, genitourinary cancers, and more.
 
CancerCare's free Connect Education Workshops are a way for people to learn about cancer-related issues from the convenience of their home or office. Leading experts in oncology provide the most up-to-date information in these workshops to help you and your loved ones better understand and cope with your cancer diagnosis, treatment options, quality-of-life concerns, treatment side effects, pain management, doctor-patient communication and other important topics.
 
The Good Glow podcast will hear how Georgie Crawford put her life back together after a breast cancer diagnosis that changed her perspective on everything. Georgie feels there is a need for people to have more in depth conversations about our health and well being in order to drive awareness of self care. Georgie speaks to wellness advocates and inspirational people whose stories will motivate you to make positive change.
 
When Molly's diagnosed with stage IV breast cancer, she decides to do something bold: she leaves her unhappy marriage and embarks on a series of sexual adventures to help her feel alive. She shares the funniest and most touching details with her closest friend, host Nikki Boyer. As they peel back the layers, we learn that Molly isn’t just grappling with breast cancer: she's also dealing with some trauma from her past. Along the journey, the friends explore bigger themes that affect us all -- ...
 
Judy Croon is Canada’s Keynote Humorist, Tedx motivational speaker, comedian and stand-up coach at Second City. She has worked with many celebrities including; John Cleese, Jon Stewart, and Joan Rivers. Her specials have appeared on NBC, CBS, CTV and The Comedy Network. She is a co-author of ‘From the Stage to the Page: Life Lessons from Four Funny Ladies!” Judy draws from her standup performance and coaching experience to entertain, inform and inspire in her dynamic keynotes and workshops e ...
 
The Video Journal of Oncology (VJOncology) podcast covers the latest solid oncology news from international experts, including breast, lung, skin, genitourinary, head and neck, gynecological and more. Made for healthcare professionals and researchers, we are a global, independent, open-access platform. Listen to the latest news, including cutting-edge trial updates, controversies and opinion. If you enjoy the podcast, please leave us a rating and review! For more news visit www.vjoncology.com
 
"Rather than an afterthought, post mastectomy items and services are and should be considered a necessary stage of the breast cancer healing, process." AABCP's The Politics of Breast Care: Timely discussion about current issues facing breast cancer survivors.
 
Dr. Sheri Prentiss is an ordained minister of the Gospel, an occupational and environmental medicine physician, a best-selling author of "When Everything Changed: My Journey from Physician to Patient" and a breast cancer survivor. She has a keen ability to merge science and sacred without being overly secular. She challenges listeners to hear with both natural and spiritual ears, as she expounds knowledge and wisdom, to provide an opportunity to gain an understanding. In her podcast, Dr. She ...
 
Breastcancer.org is a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing the most reliable, complete, and up-to-date information about breast cancer. Our mission is to help women and their loved ones make sense of the complex medical and personal information about breast cancer, so they can make the best decisions for their lives. Breastcancer.org podcasts offer unique insights on prevention, treatment, research, and other breast cancer topics from our medical experts and invited guests.
 
This series is sponsored by Hong Kong Medical Specialists Association. It contains 8 stories of cancer patients based on real cases including : Lymophoma, Nasopharyngeal Cancer, HER2 Gastric cancer, Glioblastoma (GBM Brain Tumor), Colorectal Cancer, Lung Cancer, Breast Cancer & Myelofibrosis.
 
New data were presented at the American Society of Clinical Oncology meeting in June 2010 in Chicago regarding the role of axillary management in the treatment of early stage breast cancer. Join Dr. Harold Burstein as he leads a multidisciplinary case discussion that confronts the question of how these new data may alter your practice now or in the future. Joining Dr. Burstein, an oncologist, are Dr. Jennifer Bellon, MD, an interventional radiologist, and Dr. Mehra Golshan, a surgeon. This c ...
 
Everyday heroes, young to old, are interviewed to glean their wisdom and secrets for living well. Inspired by Phillipians 4:8, topics that are true, honorable, right, pure, lovely, of good repute, excellent and worthy of praise are discussed, dissected, and respectfully debated. As a mother of six, seminary student, breast cancer survivor, and wife of 30 years, Beth includes many personal helpful tidbits surrounding parenting, health, marriage and spiritual living. Prepare to be inspired!
 
You can’t do the same thing over and over again and expect a different result. We all know that. Yet, in the arena of breast health, people are doing the same things over and over again. It didn’t work 20 years ago and it isn’t working today.Women need a totally different approach to breast health. Mammography, drugs, chemotherapy, surgery and radiation have produced an epidemic of breast cancer with a woman dying every 12 minutes from the disease.We need a revolution!Join me, Jan Janzen to ...
 
Each week join Retired Navy SEAL and Lone Survivor Marcus Luttrell who takes you into the "briefing room" to chat with incredible guests who share their greatest never quit stories. This humorous, heartfelt and entertaining podcast is changing lives and has become a beacon of hope and resilience to those who are facing the impossible. One of the best ways we can support our community is to share their stories so that we might inspire others to Never Quit.
 
Tell us your Kindness Story! Leave us a voicemail at (701)428-1122. Nicole Phillips is a champion for using kindness to overcome all of life’s difficulties, including her own battle with breast cancer. She spreads the message of the healing power of kindness through her public speaking and weekly column, Kindness is Contagious, which runs in newspapers in North Dakota and Minnesota. She is also the author of the book, Kindness is Contagious: 100 Stories to Remind You God is Good and So are M ...
 
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Hematology/Oncology News: Study supports multigene panel testing for all breast cancer patients with second primary cancers: https://bit.ly/3m6RyOGSource: https://bit.ly/2ZKXund Atezolizumab TNBC indication ‘in jeopardy’ because of phase 3 results: https://bit.ly/35rqzrl Alert: https://bit.ly/2Reh1HMTrial: https://bit.ly/2ZqqIqX Pralsetinib: Second…
 
Air quality website gives excellent local data all over the US: https://gispub.epa.gov/airnow; All about myopia, including a new treatment strategy; How safe is eating by take-out or in restaurants with outside seating? Corona vaccine news including vaccine companies pledge to do safety testing and not rush to market; Important study supports that …
 
Let’s be Upfront about ductal carcinoma in situ, or DCIS. Non-life-threatening and often referred to as ‘stage 0 breast cancer’, the experience and treatment of DCIS can be significant and frightening, so it’s important to understand the facts. There is a lot of confusion about what DCIS is, its inconsistent terminology and why treatment options ca…
 
A special audio program developed from the tenth in a series of 11 integrated webinars held in association with the 2020 ONS Annual Congress. Featuring perspectives from Dr Emmanuel S Antonarakis, Ms Gretchen Santos Fulgencio, Dr Kathleen Moore, Dr Joyce O’Shaughnessy, Dr Michael J Pishvaian and Ms Deborah Wright.…
 
In our exclusive interview, Sara M. Tolaney, MD, MPH, shared insight on how risk status is being used to tailor HER2-directed therapies to patients with early-stage HER2-positive breast cancer, key trials focused on delineating optimal deescalated and escalated treatment strategies, and ongoing research in the HER2-low setting.…
 
Marnie Clark is a 16-year breast cancer survivor and a breast cancer coach. For her own journey with breast cancer, she chose a blend of both natural and conventional medicine. Marnie has studied natural medicine for over 25 years, and now teaches others going through breast cancer how to improve their chances for disease-free survival. Marnie Clar…
 
Host: Mario R. Nacinovich, Jr., MSc Guest: Benjamin O. Anderson M.D. Although there have been several advancements in breast cancer treatment, middle and low-income countries still have high mortality rates. To learn more about how breast cancer care can be improved on a global level, Mario Nacinovich is joined by Dr. Ben Anderson, Director of the …
 
Complete show notes and links here: https://www.chrisbeatcancer.com/dr-valter-longo-fasting-mimicking-diet-improves-breast-cancer-treatment/ “The most powerful medicine is the medicine from within.” – Dr. Valter Longo It’s been two and a half years, since my last interview with Dr. Valter Longo, and today he’s back to share some exciting updates on…
 
America’s Elder Care Has A Problem Since the pandemic began, long-term care facilities across the country have experienced some of its worst effects: One of the first major outbreaks in the U.S. began in a nursing home in Washington state. Since then, the virus has ravaged through care centers across the country—as of September 16, more than 479,00…
 
Peak wildfire season is just beginning on the West Coast, but 2020 is already another unprecedented year. In California, more than 2.2 million acres have burned so far this year, beating an all-time record of 1.6 million set just two years ago. And in the Pacific Northwest, where Portland’s air quality hit the worst in the world on Monday, raging f…
 
The Landmarks in OncoPharm series returns to discuss a major breakthrough in treating advanced prostate cancer, TAX-327, which at the time established docetaxel as a new standard of care for metastatic prostate cancer that was (at that time) considered hormone-refractory.TAX 327: https://www.nejm.org/doi/full/10.1056/NEJMoa040720…
 
The Netherlands - small and overcrowded - is facing fundamental questions about how to use its land, following a historic court judgment forcing the state to take more urgent action to limit nitrogen emissions. Dutch nitrogen emissions - damaging the climate and biodiversity - are the highest in Europe per capita. And though traffic and building ar…
 
How has COVID-19 impacted medical students? Two students from Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland, Dublin, describe their experiences in this episode. Evani Patel and Sarah Chen, both second-year medical students at RCSI, tell host David H. Henry, MD, how the COVID-19 pandemic has shaped their educational experience thus far. Now, the pandemic has…
 
Muhammad is a Bedouin shepherd in a remote corner of the West Bank called Rashash. His family has been herding sheep and goats in Rashash for 30 years and in Palestine for generations. But since Israeli settlers recently moved in nearby it has become difficult for Muhammad to graze his flock undisturbed.When producer Max Freedman visits Rashash, he…
 
In this Best of TNQ Podcast episode we here the compelling, emotional series of events Tiggs has endured. From a four-year old daughter with a massive brain tumor and multiple surgeries; a husband battling PTSD and falling into the darkest mental places, to having one of her best friends of her lifetime pass away, Tiggs gives a riveting account of …
 
Carla Hall, the host of Wondery's new podcast "Say Yes," stops by to chat with Dying for Sex host Nikki Boyer about how she defines success, and some of the challenges she's had to face to get to where she is today. You might know Carla Hall from her time on Top Chef and as a TV personality on GMA and Netflix’s Crazy Delicious. But, the biggest mom…
 
In our exclusive interview, Dr. Giri and Dr. Gomella discuss the rationale to create the first multidisciplinary, consensus-driven framework for prostate cancer genetic testing, the importance of having a multidisciplinary team weigh in on the recommendations, and key aspects of the guidelines that could have clinical implications for men in this s…
 
In this episode we cover: What it means when you personally and professionally declare “I Am This Woman” How finding your truth can be like shopping for shoes! Defining your truth, whether it’s your passion, your purpose, your relationships, or your health. Owning your truth comes from owning who you are. What God service can look like in your life…
 
Why A Medium-Sized Black Hole Is Surprising Physicists If you’re looking for a black hole, they normally come in two sizes. There’s the basic model, in which a large, dying star collapses in on itself, and the gravity of its core pulls in other matter. Then there are the supermassive black holes, millions of times the mass of our sun, that tend to …
 
These Moss Are Living Their Best Life—Under Rocks Desert mosses live a much different life than their cousins in lush, water-rich forests. In fact, they spend most of their time dormant: dried out, waiting for the rare rainfall to bring them to life so they can grow and reproduce. Once exposed to water, though, these same mosses can re-animate quic…
 
It is six months since the outbreak of a new coronavirus was declared a global pandemic. Very few lives around the world have not been affected by Covid-19. More than 27 million people have been infected. More than 900,000 have died with the virus and the numbers increase daily. Behind every case, there is a story. Since March, BBC OS has been hear…
 
A special audio program developed from the tenth in a series of 11 integrated webinars held in association with the 2020 ONS Annual Congress. Featuring perspectives from Dr Emmanuel S Antonarakis, Ms Gretchen Santos Fulgencio, Dr Kathleen Moore, Dr Joyce O’Shaughnessy, Dr Michael J Pishvaian and Ms Deborah Wright.…
 
The treatment of cancer continues to evolve rapidly, with expanded therapeutic options and changes to clinical practice. Additionally, the care of patients with cancer has been complicated in 2020 by the COVID-19 pandemic. Oncology nurses are at the forefront of cancer care, looking after patients and their carers day-to-day. It is therefore vital …
 
Treatment strategies for myelodysplastic syndromes (MDS) vary widely depending upon patients’ prognosis. In this episode, Shannon R. McCurdy, MD, of the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, joined host David H. Henry, MD, to discuss how she treats patients with MDS. To start, Dr. McCurdy evaluates patients using the revised International Progn…
 
Debbie Matenopoulos has consistently proven herself to be a versatile talent in the entertainment industry. For nearly two decades, this five-time Emmy® nominee has successfully sustained her career as a compelling journalist, talk show host, lifestyle expert, and bestselling cookbook author. She has become one of the most recognized and respected …
 
Seven years ago in a sleepy English village a doorbell rang. In that moment, Lauri Love’s life changed completely. Lauri was arrested at the door. He was accused of hacking into US government websites and sharing employee data as part of an Anonymous protest. He faced extradition and 99 years in US jail. That extradition request was denied seven ye…
 
Joe Torillo recounts his first-hand experience as a firefighter on September 11, 2001. Joe was directly below the North Tower looking up as the second commercial airliner slammed into it. What transpired in the next few seconds, minutes, hours, and days are nothing shy of unbelievable. He was propelled in the air by the concussion of the falling de…
 
Blood & Cancer News: Delaying RT for higher-risk prostate cancer found safe: https://bit.ly/2F1cKoQ Source: https://bit.ly/2FaaMCr RTOG 9413: https://bit.ly/2DL2FM4 RTOG 9910: https://bit.ly/2F8itJe HOME-PE trial clarifies which pulmonary embolism patients to treat at home: https://bit.ly/3ibNTN9 Melanoma experts say ‘no’ to routine gene profile te…
 
What is behind the deep-seated and increasing passion for motorcycling in India?The hosts of the podcast Biker Radio Rodcast, explore what drives the love for the two-wheeler. Sunny and Shandy travel from a republic day parade in Delhi to a biker festival in Goa, meeting motor cycle enthusiasts along the way. Through the adventures of these motorcy…
 
Health care worker studies prove masks work to lower Coronavirus transmission; Analysis of COVID-19 test samples reveals biochemical causes of the symptoms of the virus; HEPA filter is probably better than a heating device to remove Coronavirus from the air; What is the optimum time to get a flu shot, including a booster shot; Advice for kidney sto…
 
Space Odyssey 2020: Covid, technology and virtual presentations. Admit it. How many of you got dragged into the virtual presentation world, kicking and screaming? How many of you had nightmares of sweat dripping down your forehead one minute before the green light came on in front of a virtual roomful of clients? How many of you felt like Dave from…
 
Vanuatu, Micronesia and the Solomon Islands are among a handful of nations that have no registered coronavirus cases. Yet, despite this enviable status, the pandemic is introducing other problems with people suffering from economic and psychological distress. But for two couples in the United States, the pandemic has produced an unexpected positive…
 
Can Fungus Survive Climate Change? One of the most extensive global networks for sharing information and moving around essential nutrients is hidden from us—but it’s right below our feet. Networks of fungi often connect trees and plants to one another. But scientists are just starting to untangle what these fungal connections look like, and how imp…
 
New York City’s skyline is dominated by tall skyscrapers—but there’s a surprising amount of forest in the city known as a concrete jungle. Tree canopy actually covers about 20% of the city. In fact, woodlands are one of the few natural resources the city has. Reporter Clarisa Diaz, in collaboration with John Upton from Climate Central, shares how t…
 
Journalist Naziha Syed Ali has made a career out of investigating sometimes scandalous abuses of power in her native Pakistan. Publishing in the country’s main English-language daily newspaper, “Dawn”, she has reported – often undercover – on land confiscation, illegal organ harvesting and sectarian violence. Her work has prompted significant actio…
 
Episode 94 features the best of ASCO 2020, and we'll see you all with new content for episodes 95 and 96. * * * Best of: How did it go? Nick Andrews and David Henry, MD, discuss how Dr. Henry thought the meeting went from episode 73. Top five abstracts. Dr. Henry and Alan Lyss, MD, discuss their top five abstracts each from episode 74. Preview/revi…
 
Greenland has been detangling its colonised relationship with Denmark since World War Two. Along the way, each state service and law needs to be rewritten. In 1948, three young Danes were sent to research and write Greenland’s first Criminal Law. They hoped they were writing a blueprint for the world’s first modern prison-less society. Instead thei…
 
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