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Breast Cancer Conversations

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Breast Cancer Conversations is a podcast produced by Survivingbreastcancer.org where we inject positivity into the very fabric of a breast cancer diagnosis. Breast Cancer Conversations provides education, and inspiration, and offers hope. You will hear stories from those diagnosed with breast cancer, interviews with medical professionals, and thought-leadership emerging from the oncology field. Welcome to our breast cancer community! Welcome to the conversation.
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If you’re looking for authentic stories about life with and beyond breast cancer, we’re here. Welcome to the Breast Cancer Now podcast. Join host Laura for open, supportive and honest conversations with guests who have personal or professional experience of breast cancer. Laura Price is a writer, podcaster and author of the novel Single Bald Female. She’s living with secondary, incurable breast cancer. We’re Breast Cancer Now, the research and support charity. If you’ve got questions about b ...
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Featuring one-on-one interviews conducted by Dr Neil Love, this series bridges the gap between research and patient care by providing medical oncologists, hematologists and hematology-oncology fellows ongoing access to the perspectives and opinions of national and international breast cancer clinical investigators.
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Laura is a Certified Life, Health, Nutrition Coach, and Wellness professional. She's a two-time breast cancer survivor living with metastatic disease. Laura 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. These twice-weekly episodes give you tools you can apply to your life today, to support your body and your mind as you manag ...
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A Breast Cancer Diary is a deeply personal podcast where women tell the stories of breakthroughs, connections and paths to overcoming the challenges of Breast Cancer. It's for women who are facing decisions in the near future, as well as those who remain in this world years after diagnosis. It explores themes of body positivity, reframing of family, relationships, lifestyle, work, and it also explores recurrence, metastasis and the sacrifices that we don't normally talk about.
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From Surgery to Survivorship, Dr. Deepa Halaharvi discuss cancer topics that affect breast cancer patient and survivors. They provide clarity on a cancer diagnosis and provide insight into the struggles of survivorship. Their goal is to provide a supportive and informative platform for breast cancer survivors. This podcast offers insights and resources that will help survivors navigate the challenges of post-treatment survivorship. This podcast does not intended for medical advice. Please co ...
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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.
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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.
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Breast Cancer Stories

Kristen Vengler & Eva Sheie

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Breast Cancer Stories is about what happens when you have breast cancer, told in real time. Whether you’ve just been diagnosed with breast cancer or love someone who has, this podcast is here to help you through the shock of diagnosis and treatment. After her mother died, Dr. Tita Gray found a lump and called her doctor at UCLA, but the earliest appointments were two months out. She frantically called around for a doctor who could get her in ASAP for a biopsy. Luckily, St. Mary's in Long Bea ...
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Everything you need to know about breast cancer but are too embarrassed to ask. Lia and Laila unleash about ridiculous, hard-to-share subjects, with top experts. Where nothing is out of bounds and every topic is appropriate
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So Now I’ve Got Breast Cancer

Dr Liz O‘Riordan / Bird Lime Media

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Everything you want to know about your breast cancer diagnosis but are too afraid to ask. If you’ve just been diagnosed, this is the show for you. Hosted by Dr Liz O’Riordan, the Breast Surgeon with Breast Cancer.
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Featuring one-on-one interviews conducted by medical oncologist Dr Neil Love, this series bridges the gap between research and patient care by providing ongoing access to the perspectives and opinions of national and international breast cancer investigators.
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GRACEcast Breast Cancer Video

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Oncology experts summarize current and emerging issues in cancer management for patients and caregivers. Information from the Global Resource for Advancing Cancer Education (GRACE) helps people to become informed partners in their care.
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GRACEcast Breast Cancer Audio

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Oncology experts summarize current and emerging issues in cancer management for patients and caregivers. Information from the Global Resource for Advancing Cancer Education (GRACE) helps people to become informed partners in their care.
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Upfront About Breast Cancer

Breast Cancer Network Australia

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Upfront About Breast Cancer provides people affected by breast cancer and their family with real stories, insights and helpful tips from those who have had their own breast cancer experience as well as access to the latest essential information from a range of different health professionals and experts. Conversational in style, Upfront About Breast Cancer explores a range of topics designed to help those at all stages diagnosed with early breast cancer, DCIS or metastatic breast cancer, and ...
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Getting through breast cancer is hard. Googling your diagnosis is terrifying...Facebook cancer groups are overwhelming...where do you go when you feel all alone? No matter what your diagnosis, stage, treatment or type of breast cancer, you belong here. Authentic interviews with Superbad women who have “been there, done that” on their breast cancer journey. Find tricks to get through the nasty cancer business and how to get your sassy back when the treatments and surgeries are done.
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The podcast where we straight talk about surviving and thriving breast cancer through support, healthy living, fitness and the power of community & connecting. After my own breast cancer experience I found my purpose at the intersection of passion & pain. I realized my career in real estate & fitness was more than just selling homes, working out, and healthy lifestlyes. Here we educate, empower, and inspire others to take back control of their life after a diagnosis to become the best versio ...
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Welcome to the CupArise Podcast. This platform is for sharing relatable and empowering perspectives on breast cancer for black women and their loved ones either living in their home countries or in the diaspora. Each episode, we will look to answer questions such as, why do barriers to early presentation persist? How can we enhance breast cancer awareness at an individual level? We will discuss facts about breast cancer, and the importance of early detection. Guests will share stories of the ...
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You were diagnosed with breast cancer and beat it. Congrats! You counted down until the day you could put the journey behind you and return to your life as you knew it before cancer. That day is here and yet you are still asking yourself, "When will things be normal again?" If you have been feeling like you are struggling emotionally, physically, and spiritually in your post cancer life, you are not alone. Here's the good news: You have a second chance at life and you aren't going to let it ...
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Since my diagnosis fourteen years ago, I have been dedicated to researching lifestyle changes and supporting clinical research to achieve the prevention of breast cancer. My goal is to raise awareness of the need for research funding for the primary prevention of women's cancers and to share information to help those facing this journey. My posts are educational and include my journey with bilateral breast cancer and my year of treatment including a double mastectomy and reconstruction. I ha ...
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'And Then Came Breast Cancer' is an award winning podcast series created by Future Dreams Breast Cancer Charity, for anyone whose lives have been touched by the disease. Hosted by the award-winning journalist Victoria Derbyshire - herself a breast cancer survivor - each episode discusses an aspect of the cancer journey, from how to spot the first signs, to dealing with the aftermath of treatment and everything in between. The discussions are frank and honest but also practical. It is a podca ...
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Meet Rosalina and Shauna, two young millennials living on separate coasts who share real stories about their breast cancer diagnosis. We created this podcast to bring awareness of this disease to young women and create a supportive space where no one is alone on this journey. We dive deep into our treatment plans, journeys, struggles, and mental health while navigating life in this “new” normal. With every episode, our mission is to educate, empower, connect, and bring laughter. We are open ...
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The work that April does at Wildfire Magazine has been one of my biggest comforts in breast cancer recovery, because the stories told by her writers provide comfort and solidarity. I see April as an activist on many levels but mostly for the themes that she chooses for her magazine. Themes like "Body: A Changing Landscape" and "Fertility" and "Iden…
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This season we asked all our guests the same question: if you could change one thing in terms of breast cancer diagnosis, treatment and beyond, what would it be? Their answers ranged from providing better mental health and exercise support, to making sure people from all backgrounds have access to the same treatments and resources. From more awaren…
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I don’t know about you, but when the world feels overwhelming and stressful, I know it’s time to step back and take a mental health break. We all know how challenging life can get, and sometimes, the best thing we can do for ourselves is take a breather. In this episode, I dive into how to recognize when you need a break and, just as importantly, h…
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Triple negative breast cancer means aggressive chemo, and for Tita, dealing with everyone else's worry on top of it is too much. With her first chemo session completed, she's determined not to let cancer overshadow her gratitude for the good things in her life. After her mom's death and some family issues, Tita found a lump in her breast, leading t…
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Balanced hormones can help you love how you feel, and living WELL is the best medicine. This is Dr. Deb Matthew’s message and mission. She’s a mom of four, author, doctor, speaker, and expert in hormones and functional medicine. This episode answers all your big hormonal questions and provides realistic solutions. Are hormones a cause of breast can…
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In this episode of Breast Cancer Conversations, we had the pleasure of speaking with Dr. Laura James, a naturopathic oncologist based in Washington State. Dr. James provided a wealth of information about the role of naturopathic oncology in breast cancer care, emphasizing the importance of integrative medicine. She clarified the distinctions betwee…
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Dr Kevin Kalinsky from Winship Cancer Institute of Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia, and Dr Heather McArthur from UT Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas, Texas, summarize the evolution of biomarker-driven treatment approaches for triple-negative breast cancer.Oleh Neil Love, MD
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Send us a Text Message. Discover the incredible journey of resilience and love on this special episode of Sylvr Tea New Me, where I sit down with my younger sister, Donna Walker. Together, we recount the emotional and challenging road we traveled during my fight against breast cancer. Donna’s unwavering support, from attending appointments to docum…
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Two are better than one Breast surgeons: This is a model where two breast surgeons (myself and Dr. Mark Cripe) collaborate and operate together to perform double mastectomies. Over the last several years, Dr. Mark Cripe and I performed several double mastectomies together. We are both fellowship trained breast surgeons and we train residents and br…
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- Understanding the Future of Cancer Research & Clinical Trials- Increased Focus on Earlier Detection & Treatment of Cancer- Health Care Disparities Research- Enhanced Knowledge of the Molecular Portrait of Cancer- Artificial Intelligence (AI) Driven Approaches for Diagnosis & Treatment of Cancer- Microsatellite Instability (MSI): Mutations in DNA …
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In this episode, we explore the fascinating concept of the "second heart," a nickname for the soleus muscle in the calf. Known for its importance in maintaining cardiovascular health, the soleus muscle is a powerful pump during activities like walking, running, and standing, aiding venous return and preventing conditions such as varicose veins and …
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This is a follow up podcast episode to last week's in which I spoke to my friend Marquita Bass about her triple negative breast cancer diagnosis. I felt there was a little more to say on this subject before moving on. Links: In the podcast, I promised to provide resources in the show notes for learning more about personalized medicine in breast can…
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On this day, the 13 anniversary of my first breast cancer diagnosis, I am reflecting on all the lessons I’ve learned about caring for myself and prioritizing my healing. I can’t help but think about how often I’ve witnessed myself and my clients feel compelled to please others at the expense of their well-being. This tendency can lead to mistreatme…
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Following the loss of her mother and some traumatic family drama that came with it, Dr. Tita Gray discovered a lump in her breast. Scared but determined, she moves quickly to get a biopsy and finds out she has breast cancer. Further scans show it’s worse than initially thought, so her doctor recommends aggressive chemo ASAP. Links How Not to Die by…
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Today, we’re diving into a topic that’s been both celebrated and controversial: organ meats and organ meat supplements. As breast cancer survivors, navigating our nutritional choices is crucial, and understanding the potential benefits and risks of organ meats can help us make informed decisions. We discuss how these nutrients can be especially ben…
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In today's episode, host, Laura Carfang speaks with breast cancer survivor Briana Rickertsen. Briana was diagnosed with invasive ductal carcinoma in July 2020 at age 35. She underwent chemotherapy, surgery, radiation, and additional treatments due to a HER2 positive tumor. Briana discovered she has a BRCA2 mutation, leading to further preventive me…
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This episode gets into some murky medical territory so it's important to note that your doctor is the only expert on whether chemo is for you. Personalized cancer treatment is still being tested in clinical trials at this time, but Marquita is one example among triple negative (TNBC) early stage breast cancer patients who might have taken chemo and…
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Send us a Text Message. Walking is something many of us do without thinking, how walking can promote and even lower our risk of breast cancer so, get out there and walk and take of advantage of walking and the health benefits it offers. Please see links in the podcast video to learn more about benefits of walking, wearing the correct gear when walk…
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In this episode, Laura talks to Toral and Kreena about breast cancer in the South Asian community, and the cultural expectations and taboos that surround a diagnosis. Toral and Kreena share their experiences being diagnosed with breast cancer as younger women. Toral describes the challenges of getting breast cancer three times, and Kreena talks abo…
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This episode marks a significant milestone—celebrating 13 years since I discovered a lump in my breast that resulted in a cancer diagnosis. The journey has been both challenging and enlightening, marked by two major hurdles that I had to overcome: navigating conflicting thoughts and pushing the boundaries of wellness. Over the years, I have grapple…
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Today I'm reflecting on how far I've come since my first mastectomy--the one in which I was denied flatness. Thanks for listening as I process my own anger and regret and allow them to officially become softer. Transcript: Welcome back. Today in episode three of the podcast, I just want to reflect a little bit on some of the themes that came out in…
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This episode is all about making a significant shift in how we approach our health after breast cancer. We’re diving deep into the difference between simply treating physical symptoms and truly supporting our bodies for optimal health and function. So often, we get caught up in the cycle of addressing one symptom after another, like playing an endl…
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Tears are powerful. They can provide a physical release of emotions and can asses your risk level for breast cancer. Auria has developed an at-home breast health test using your tears. Ally Doyle, NP, FNP-C, MSN, BSN, helped develop Auria, the first at-home biological breast cancer screening test powered by tears and is now a Breast Health Speciali…
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Whether you're flat or reconstructed, if you've had a mastectomy you have scars on your chest, and the natural tendency for most of us is to hide them. What happens when we encounter someone who isn't as interested in hiding? For me, it's been magic each time a person shows a lack of shame to those around her, and that's all Michaela is doing with …
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Thanks for checking out my new podcast! This episode is a super short intro to my story just in case you haven't heard it before. Thanks for listening! -Kathleen Episode One Transcript: [00:00:00] June 26, 2024. Dear diary, Wait.... Are you my diary? My name is Kathleen Moss. Welcome to my podcast. You may know me from my YouTube channels, "Etrogen…
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In this episode, we explore the transformative journey of healing after breast cancer by allowing ourselves the space to think differently, connect deeply with our bodies, and understand our unique needs. Healing is about physical recovery and aligning our lives with our inner selves, rather than forcing our bodies to meet predetermined expectation…
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The results of Kristen's PET scan showed two lymph nodes lighting up, one in the gastro-hepatic area of her abdomen and the other in the lining of her esophagus. While it could just be inflammation, Dr. Ali wants her to see a gastroenterologist but the earliest appointment is almost two months away. Puzzling through the scenarios (as if she has a c…
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After a breast cancer diagnosis, it’s not uncommon to go through genetic assessments and testing searching for an inherited genetic reason for your diagnosis. But genetic testing can do so much more than give clues to why you might have a disease. In this episode, we dive into the fascinating world of genetic testing. We’ll talk about the distinct …
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Join me in a conversation with Breast cancer survivor and an author, Jennifer Skinnell and her Breast Surgeon, Dr. Mark Cripe about how she navigated her diagnosis and how she used her intuition to help guide her journey. Her life is also unique in a sense she lives in an RV. She is very inspirational for anyone who is recently diagnosed with cance…
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Meet the SBC Early Stage Leadership Team: Meghan Staskal-BradtJ, ulie Cottrill, Carol Collins, Meghan Aycock, Pooja Jain & & Marcee Raffel The team is a powerhouse of volunteers who have been instrumental in driving various projects and initiatives at survivingbreastcancer.org. Today's episode provides an opportunity for you to meet these volunteer…
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In this episode, Laura talks to Barbara about working after a cancer diagnosis and treatment. Barbara shares her experience being diagnosed with breast cancer in 2005, and how she realised a need to support people with cancer going back to work. She also speaks about her organisation Working With Cancer, and describes the ways a person working with…
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In this episode, we're diving into a topic that I know many of you have encountered but might not have a name for zero-sum thinking. This is the belief that if you take something for yourself, you're taking it away from someone else. And let me tell you, it's a sneaky little mindset that can really hold us back, especially when we're navigating the…
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After breast cancer treatment, maintaining strong bones becomes critically important. Treatments can take a toll on your skeletal system, increasing the risk of osteoporosis and fractures. Understanding why bone health is vital and how to protect it is key to your overall well-being. In this episode, we’ll highlight the crucial role that muscle str…
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In honor of "PRIDE" month, please join me for a conversation with Dr. Lucy Bucher- she is a passionate OB/GYN and has been a fierce advocate for the LGBTQIA+ community. We talk about breast cancer and its impact in the LGBTQIA+ community. Risk factors Causes of disparities in care and how we can mitigate them Breast Cancer symptoms Breast cancer sc…
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- Disproportionate Burden of COVID & Cancer on People of Color- Social Determinants of Health, Including Languages Spoken & Health Literacy- Influence of the Local & Regional Environment in Which You Live on Your Access to Oncology Care- Effect of COVID on Health Care Systems- How Race May Impact Your Access to Cancer Treatment, Management of Treat…
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In this episode of Breast Cancer Conversations, I had the pleasure of speaking with Jessica Balidad, a remarkable woman who has turned her personal experience with breast cancer into a powerful advocacy platform. Jessica, a five-year survivor of stage 2B invasive ductal carcinoma, shared her journey from diagnosis to becoming a passionate advocate …
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A breast cancer diagnosis can knock the wind out of your confidence. It’s impossible to know how this type of diagnosis will impact you mentally and emotionally until you’re in it. As you try to figure out what you need, what you want, and what makes sense, other people’s thoughts and opinions can weigh heavily on your choices for your health and l…
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In this latest episode, Dr. Jose Pablo Leone discusses the need for a better understanding of male breast cancer to improve treatment options. Dr. Leone is a medical oncologist and clinical investigator in the Breast Oncology Center at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, where he also serves as the director of the Program for Breast Cancer in Men. Dr. Le…
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Dr William J Gradishar from Northwestern Medicine Feinberg School of Medicine in Chicago, Illinois, Dr Virginia Kaklamani from UT Health San Antonio MD Anderson Cancer Center in Texas, Dr Erica Mayer from Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in Boston, Massachusetts, and Dr Seth Wander from Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, discuss key findings and…
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- Understanding Precision Medicine: Overview & Value of Precision Medicine- How Precision Medicine is Different from Targeted Treatments?- Precision Medicine Role’s in Informing Treatment Decisions: Predicting Response to Treatment- The Role of Precision Medicine in Deciding the Treatment for Lung Cancer, Leukemia & Colon Cancer- Talking with Your …
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Do you need supplements? Are you getting enough protein? These are questions I hear all the time, and the answer is, you don’t know unless you take some time to track your food and you look at your blood work. However, you can add foods into your diet that are high in protein and nutrients, easy for your body to absorb, and support your wellness wh…
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Welcome to my new podcast. The release date for the first episode is June 30th. Subscribe now so that you can listen then! Recognize this voice? Kathleen's youtube page is called "Estrogen Diaries with Kathleen Moss" where you'll find about 75 videos that you can check out while you're waiting to hear the new podcast.…
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In this episode, Laura talks to Fiona, a Breast Cancer Voice and active campaigner for disability issues. Fiona speaks about being diagnosed with breast cancer over 30 years ago, and the challenges she faced during her diagnosis and treatment. She tells Laura about her disability and wheelchair use, and how it created obstacles in treatment for bre…
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Is love based on your belief of who someone is? If that’s the case, what are your thoughts about yourself? Do your thoughts lead you to acts of self-care or self-judgment? Do they lead you to light and supportive relationships or dependence on external validation? In this episode, we’ll dig into how your thoughts about yourself impact your life, he…
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Antinutrients and extreme diets get a lot of air on talk shows and social media, but do they stand up to the test of supporting a healthy body? Maybe? In this episode, I’ll give you both sides of the story when it comes to food compounds that many recommend avoiding. More importantly, I’ll offer you a framework to consider when you think about how …
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Don’t we all wish we “had a doctor in the family”? A trusted person to translate “doctor speak”. To help you navigate the complexities of treatment options, simplify your healing plan, or offer more personalized cancer care. In the often cold and disconnected world of cancer care, Dr. Lauren Cohen is on a mission to change the paradigm. As a Functi…
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