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Second Round Podcast
Chemo for Caillou

Second Round Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 73:06


After Hags won his battle with the man cold the lads are back to catch each other up on their weeks. Well actually it's just Hags and Zack. Rideout's a hero saving lives and Josh needed two heads of lettuce, toothpaste and a box of chicken breast. But Anthony aka Jail decided to be a surprise guest so I guess there's always a bright side to disappointment. 

Triad Cancer Connection Podcast
Attitude of Gratitude - Week 5: Gratitude During the Holidays

Triad Cancer Connection Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 13:04


Cultivate an Attitude of Gratitude! This is the final episode in our 5 week program designed to guide you into a habit of gratitude in order to enhance your well-being during and after cancer treatment. We hope you've enjoyed the series! In this episode Dr. Torelli shares advice on how people can focus on gratitude during tough times. We also discuss how people can maintain a practice of gratitude going forward. The following resources were shared: Dr. Torelli Guided Meditation for Chemo. A gratitude exercise that to be used for cancer patients receiving chemotherapy. https://youtu.be/0Nf_98CIjl0   BOOKS: Thanks! By Robert Emmons - https://www.amazon.com/Thanks-Practicing-Gratitude-Make-Happier/dp/0547085737 The Mindful Path to Self Compassion by Germer - https://www.amazon.com/Mindful-Path-Self-Compassion-Yourself-Destructive/dp/1593859759/   WEBSITES: Kristin Neff Information – https://self-compassion.org/ https://gratefulness.org/ Mindful Eating Webinar Recording from January - https://cancerdietitian.com/2022/01/getting-started-with-mindful-eating-webinar-recording-and-resources.html Check out one or more of Dr. Torreli's videos. Find them here: Session 1 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eAnH6TtvlJo&ab_channel=GreatfullyWell Session 2 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ov-CDQqNzW0&ab_channel=GreatfullyWell Session 3 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4GG1HjNkU1U&ab_channel=GreatfullyWell Session 4 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wzj-bcPASsc&t=755s&ab_channel=GreatfullyWell Session 5 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MRbBhLitJYk&t=3s&ab_channel=GreatfullyWell   Stay up to date with Cancer Services programs and events on our news page! https://cancerservicesonline.org/events/

Highlights from Off The Ball
MOVEMBER: 'The King Of Chemo' | Unique fundraising for cancer research

Highlights from Off The Ball

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2022 17:50


The King Of Chemo, Iain Ward, told Nathan Murphy why he's aiming to break the world record for the most amount of money ever raised for cancer research. #Movember | Gillette | #EffortlessFlow

Stages Podcast
Stages Podcast Episode 23: Learning Chemo

Stages Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 42:22


In this episode, Pete explains all that he's learned with his different rounds and different types of chemotherapy. He gives us all three takeaways that we can keep in mind when we think about, talk about, or take on chemo. 

Intelligent Medicine
Intelligent Medicine Radio for November 19, Part 2: Keto Triples Cancer Chemo Efficacy

Intelligent Medicine

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 41:20


The VonDubCast
VDC #161 World Record Chemo Survivor: Kyle Hanan

The VonDubCast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 165:00


RED ALERT! AMAZING PODCAST! RED ALERT! I know I hear from so many people that they don't have time to listen to all the episodes and so they pick and choose the one's that they know the guest or something jumps out at them.  Thats all fine and dandy and I don't expect people to listen to every episode, in fact I'm tickled pink anytime anyone listens to any episode. But this conversation is so special and beautiful I think everyone should listen to it.  Kyle has been through so much hardship and has come through it with amazing perspective, positivity and a bullet proof mindset that is infectious as all get out.  Being around Kyle for a few days you saw a lot of amazing interactions.  Not one of them went by without a big hug and watching peoples eyes light up when they saw Kyle enter a room filled me with joy and speaks to what a profound effect he has on those around him.Go follow Kyle at @kyle.hanan and his podcast at @teamuntapped and check out their amazing meal prep company (I say that from first hand experience!) at @therechargecenterPlease share this episode if you enjoy it and please send a positive message to Kyle and follow along the journey!

Sisters4Prevention Breast Cancer Resource
Reduce Chemo and Radiation Side Effects

Sisters4Prevention Breast Cancer Resource

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 55:57


Natural Ways to Reduce Chemo and Radiation Side Effects. Reduce Chemo and Radiation Side Effects #reducechemosideeffect #helpcancersideeffects #survivechemo #survivingcancer #chemosideeffects #breastcancer #Helpful Supplements to Reduce Chemo Side EffectsGinger can help you manage nausea and vomiting from chemotherapy. But it may also thin your blood, so don't take any before surgery. Peppermint can also help with nausea.Zinc may help prevent taste changes, a side effect of radiation, chemotherapy, and some pain medicines.Astragalus might ease the side effects of chemotherapy, such as nausea and vomiting. Glutamine could help reduce at least two side effects from treatment: peripheral neuropathy (weakness, numbness, or pain in your hands and feet) and mouth sores and soreness.Ginseng, in high doses, was found in a Mayo Clinic-led study to reduce cancer-related fatigue.Guarana, a natural stimulant found in a plant native to the Amazon basin, has also been found to help with chemotherapy-related fatigue, especially in breast cancer patients.Helpful Practices to Reduce Chemo Side EffectsMassage: One study of 1,290 cancer patients found that pain, anxiety, fatigue, and nausea dropped by half among those who got massage.Hypnosis: A trained practitioner will put you into a state of deep concentration that helps you focus on things other than your symptoms. It may ease anxiety, pain, stress, and even nausea.Guided imagery: You'll think about a thing or a place that makes you happy. It can help you relax. One study found it improved the quality of life for women with breast cancer.Acupuncture: There's no sure way to prevent peripheral neuropathy from chemotherapy. A study published in the European Journal of Cancer in 2018, however, evaluated the effectiveness of acupuncture in preventing peripheral neuropathy in women with stages I to III breast cancer receiving weekly paclitaxel. Acupuncture was well-tolerated and showed some effectiveness in reducing the incidence of high-grade chemotherapy-induced peripheral neuropathy.Oral Cryotherapy: The topical application of ice (known as "cryotherapy") is thought to prevent mouth sores in people receiving fluorouracil (5-FU) chemotherapy. Oral cryotherapy involves cooling the mouth with something cold like ice, ice-cold water, popsicles, or ice cream. #holistichealing #chemosideeffects #reducingchemosideeffectsnatuarally #naturalcures #survivingcancer#breastcancer #sccupuncture #yoga Support the show

I Doubt It with Dollemore
#835 – “No Chemo!, Midterm Meltdowns & Conservative Coping, and Where We Go From Here.” 

I Doubt It with Dollemore

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 55:59


Jesse and Brittany discuss the latest developments in Jesse’s cancer diagnosis, the conservative coping in the face of the non-existent red wave after the midterm elections, and what things look like moving forward for both Democrats and Republicans.  SUPPORT THE SHOW ON PATREON: http://www.TeamDollemore.com NEW MERCH AVAILABLE AT: http://www.dollemore.info  Support the show with CRYPTOCURRENCY – https://dollemore.com/support-show-w-crypto/  Join the private Facebook... The post #835 – “No Chemo!, Midterm Meltdowns & Conservative Coping, and Where We Go From Here.”  appeared first on I Doubt It Podcast.

Krebs als zweite Chance- Der Mutmacher Podcast
Mutmacher Gespräch Folge 86 Interview mit Peter Lierenfeld

Krebs als zweite Chance- Der Mutmacher Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 38:49


Herzlich Willkommen zu einer neuen Podcast Folge. Danke für deine Zeit, denn Zeit ist das wertvollste, was wir besitzen. Danke, dass du dir bewusst Zeit nimmst, diese tief berührende Folge anzuhören. Brustkrebs als Mann, darüber reden wir heutte mit dem wunderbaren Peter, den ich auf der Yes! Con kennenlernen durfte. ich freue mich, dass Du diese Zeilen liest und Interesse hast, durch den MUTMACHER-Podcast von Kendra und meiner Gesundung für Dich einen persönlichen Weg in Deinem Leben zu finden. Mein Name ist Peter, bin 61 Jahre alt und war ein typischer Geschäftsmann. Ich liebte den Erfolg, meine Teams, all die spannenden Herausforderungen und die Tatsache, durch den Job meine Bestätigung zu erhalten. Krankheiten kannte ich nicht, warum dann zur Vorsorge gehen? Ich bin ja gesund. Im Dezember 2020 erzählte ich meiner Freundin Mirja von einem Knubbel in meiner Brust. Sie machte bei der ersten Staffel von „Showtime of my life“ mit und bat mich, zum Arzt zu gehen. Ich tat es nicht, warum sollte ausgerechnet ich als Mann Brustkrebs haben? Heute kann ich offen sagen, dass sie meine Lebensretterin gewesen ist. Als ich die Show Anfang Februar 2021 im TV gesehen habe und ich die vielen Schicksale der Teilnehmer sah, fasste ich mir ans Herz und rief am nächsten Tag meinen Arzt an, der mich sofort weiter überwiesen hatte. Und dann ging alles sehr schnell. Einen Tag später saß ich bei einer Gynäkologin, die mich sofort zu einem Brustzentrum überwiesen hatte und wiederum einen Tag später hatte ich einen Termin im Johanna Etienne Krankenhaus in Neuss. Dort wurde am gleichen Tag gestanzt und einen Tag später hatte ich das Ergebnis: hormoneller Brustkrebs. Und dieser Tag hat mein Leben auf einen Schlag letztendlich zum Positiven verändert. All die Therapien wie Chemo-, Bestrahlung-, Antikörper- und Antihormon-Therapien haben mir gezeigt: ich will und werde überleben. Seit Juni 2022 bin ich tumorzellenfrei. Heute bin ich der Krankheit dankbar, denn ich durfte dadurch für mich persönlich einen neuen Lebensinhalt finden. Mut zu machen und Euch zu motivieren, zur Vorsorge zu gehen, ist ein wichtiger Teil in meinem Leben geworden. Auch werde ich darüber offen sprechen, wie ich meinen persönlichen Ballast abgeworfen habe und plötzlich selbst bei „Showtime of my life“ 2022 als Protagonist dabeigewesen bin. Durch die Sendung gab es Resonanzen in der bundesweiten Presse und TV und ich erlebe heute, wie sich völlig neue Türen und Möglichkeiten öffnen. Wege, an die ich vorher nie geglaubt hätte. Bei einem Pannel auf der YES:CON in München durfte ich die wunderbare Kendra kennenlernen und so entstand ein weiterer MUTMACHER-Podcast, der vor allen Dingen die Männer ansprechen soll. Denn auch wir Männer können betroffen sein, eine Krankheit als Chance zu nutzen, und unserem neuen Leben einen neuen Sinn zu geben. Wenn Du bei Deinem Körper Veränderungen merkst, geh' zum Arzt. Hast Du nichts, ist es gut. Hat Du etwas, ist es auch gut, denn so kannst Du überleben. Klingt doch einfach, oder? Denk positiv, glaub an Dich, wirf alten Ballast ab und sei offen für Veränderungen, die Dir gut tun. Du schaffst das! Du bist nicht allein! Ich hoffe sehr, dass dir die Folge gefallen hat und du etwas mitnehmen konntest. Schreib mir von Herzen gern, eine Bewertung über ITunes oder wenn du magst, abonniere meinen Kanal, um keine Folge zu verpassen. Ich würde mich riesig über deine Gedanken zu dieser Folge freuen, schau gern bei Instagram vorbei unter der aktuellen Podcast Folge und kommentiere dort deine Gefühle. Was konntest du für dich mitnehmen? Du findest mich über allen üblichen Podcasts Formaten.

COVID and Chemo
Integration Is Not the Answer (Aka Why They Do Jackie Robinson Like This???)

COVID and Chemo

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 66:38


Tune in for part 1 of COVID and Chemo's interrogation of the pitfalls of racial integration. In this episode, we discuss the trials and tribulations of the late, great Jackie Robinson, the first Black man ever to play Major League Baseball in this country. Some folks thought it was a game; it was anything but. #weseeyoujackierobinson

The DisJointed Podcast
DisJointed Ep 344: Comedy Works Notes and Cancer-Chemo

The DisJointed Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 38:12


The title says it all! Check out my Fivrr gig if you need more of my sexy voice!https://www.fiverr.com/share/21LDyr

Mr. Worldwide and His Bride: Living Your Best Life
IVF, chemo, surgery, radiation... New mom, Ashley navigating a breast cancer diagnosis

Mr. Worldwide and His Bride: Living Your Best Life

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 38:16


I'm so excited for you to meet Ashley! She is an amazing mom and wife that was diagnosed shortly after giving birth! You can connect with her here: https://www.instagram.com/ms.ashleyjones/ JOIN US at Not Today Cancer Instagram here -> https://www.instagram.com/nottodaycancer_/ Get my new book Not Today Cancer HERE: https://www.amazon.com/dp/1685156126/ref=cm_sw_em_r_mt_dp_ZYMQ0QJ4YHRRYRY0V2DS * Pique Tea: Favorite Tea-> https://www.piquetea.com/?rfsn=5818415.d1d969a&utm_source=affiliate * UNPLUG FREE 30 Days: https://team.unplug.app/sign-up#JENDELVAUX30 PUSH JOURNAL: https://pushjournal.com/?rfsn=4086660.6edc3&utm_source=refersion&utm_medium=affiliate&utm_campaign=4086660.6edc3 NOT TODAY CANCER CLUB -> www.nottodaycancerclub.com 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.

Dann Reid the Culinary Libertarian
Martha Tettenborn on surviving ovarian cancer and hacking chemo through fasting Episode 215

Dann Reid the Culinary Libertarian

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 67:31


Cancer is a terrible diagnosis. Modern medicine has come a long way. Ancestral medicine, or eating sound diets, also has a part to play in the health and wellness of the well and the infirm. Martha discusses her adventure and her book on this episode. Find the links mentioned and buy her book on the show notes page culinarylibertarian.com/215 --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/dannreid/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dannreid/support

Facing Fear
Peace Out Chemo & Radiation, Hello Ringing THEEE Bell

Facing Fear

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 38:28


I finally recap all 15 of my chemotherapy sessions including my mental health struggles and improvements, what it's like being on anti-anxiety and depression medication and my last infusion themed, "Peace Out Chemo." On the other hand, radiation was extremely easy for me. Even though I had to go the cancer center Monday-Friday for 25 sessions in a row, each appointment only took 15 minutes, and lucky me, I never burned once! MENTIONED ON THE SHOWA Day in the Life of Radiation TikTokSUPPORT THE SHOWPODCAST/CANCER MERCH: Visit facingfearwithsara.com/merchCATCH UP ON MY CANCER JOURNEY: facingfearwithsara.com/episodesCONNECT With the guest, @chancecolleenSubscribe to the monthly newsletter at facingfearwithsara.comInstagram - @facingfearwithsara, @saramcinerneyhauckTikTok - @facingfearwithsaraFacebook - @facingfearwithsaraWebsite - facingfearwithsara.comYouTube - Sara McInerney HauckEmail - hello@facingfearwithsara.comSupport the show

Boundless Body Radio
Treatment of Revenue-Generating Diseases with Dr. Thomas Seyfried! 363

Boundless Body Radio

Play Episode Play 15 sec Highlight Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 70:53


Check out our new Patreon page! Get access to the Boundless Body Radio Premium Podcast, with a new episode added every other week! Other perks include early releases of our episodes, extended video content, and group and one on one coaching!Let the title of this episode sink in as you listen to this one.Dr. Thomas Seyfried is a returning guest on our show! Be sure to check out his first appearance on Boundless Body Radio on episode 60, which one of the most fascinating discussions we've ever had, all about cancer as a metabolic disease! Thomas N. Seyfried received his Ph.D. in Genetics and Biochemistry from the University of Illinois, Urbana, in 1976. He was a Postdoctoral Fellow in the Department of Neurology at the Yale University School of Medicine and then served on the faculty as an Assistant Professor in Neurology. Other awards and honors have come from such diverse organizations as the American Oil Chemists Society, the National Institutes of Health, The American Society for Neurochemistry, the Ketogenic Diet Special Interest Group of the American Epilepsy Society, the Academy of Comprehensive and Complementary Medicine, and the American College of Nutrition. Dr. Seyfried has over 150 peer-reviewed publications and is the author of the book, Cancer as a Metabolic Disease: On the Origin, Management, and Prevention of Cancer (Wiley, 1st ed., 2012).Find Dr. Seyfried at-https://foundationformetaboliccancertherapies.com/Movie, coming soon- CANCERREVOLUTION: A Cancer Science Documentary with Dr. Seyfried and former podcast guest Travis Christofferson.Find Boundless Body at-myboundlessbody.comBook a session with us here! Find Boundless Body at- myboundlessbody.com Book a session with us here! Check out our new Patreon page!

COVID and Chemo
Horsemen Origin Stories (Aka We See Some of Y'all Tryin)

COVID and Chemo

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2022 67:44


In this sequel to the infamous Five Horsemen episode, COVID and Chemo discuss possible ways in which folks become horsemen of the dating apocalypse in the first place. Warning: All theories contained in this episode are the speculations and imaginations and musings of one COVID and one Chemo. Though the Horsemen we know of are causing havoc all around, there is no reason to ignore their origin stories. #bekindrewind

Cancer Interviews
071: Karla Chavez - Cervical Cancer Survivor - Siguatepeque, Honduras

Cancer Interviews

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2022 29:06


Karla Chavez had just had her thyroid removed after a diagnosis of thyroid cancer, when she was jolted with more bad news: a diagnosis of Stage II Keratinizing squamous cell carcinoma, a rare form of cervical cancer.  After a battle that included eight rounds of chemotherapy and her learning she would have to wear a colostomy bag, Karla has resumed her career as a civil engineer in her native Honduras.  She is also actively involved with Cervivor, a US-based cervical cancer support group.

Kankelfritz & Friends Podcast
170. Misheard Lyrics

Kankelfritz & Friends Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 17:14


Staying Home When Sick - Gina on Vacation | Minivans - Great for Dogs and Napping | How You Picture Yourself | Audra and Sheila - Singing in SUVs | Good News - 75,000-Dollar Treatment Paid for in Full | Can't Keep 330 Million Kings Happy | Misheard Lyrics - Older Floors and Teaching the Dead to Read | Joy Report - Melissa's Last Round of Chemo for Her Birthday | Misheard Lyrics - Taking the Orphan's Head and Ryan's Prison-Shanking Savior

Procento Miloše Čermáka
Rakovina je hrozná nejen proto, že se vás snaží zabít, ale taky je to velká nuda, říká guru digitálního obsahu Petr Laštovka (201)

Procento Miloše Čermáka

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 77:22


Poprvé jsem jméno Petr Laštovka zaznamenal před necelými dvaceti lety, když se objevil jako expert na “digitál”, jak se tehdy říkalo. Pro televizi Prima vybudoval službu iPrima, pracoval v Eurotelu v době, kdy se tehdy největší operátor spojoval s Českým Telecomem a kupovala je španělská Telefónica, a pak působil v několika reklamních či komunikačních agenturách. Byl šéfem digitální sekce Asociace komunikačních agentur.V poslední době o něm bylo slyšet méně, vlastně vůbec. Proč? Uvědomil jsem si to ve chvíli, když jsem na webu zaregistroval reklamu na karetní hru Chemoška na raka, a pod ní byl podepsaný právě Petr Laštovka. Hru vymyslel, když ležel mnoho měsíců v nemocnici, protože absolvoval … ano, chemošku na raka.Jak se to vše seběhlo, změnily se nějak jeho hodnoty a pohled na svět, a co si slibuje od budoucnosti? Tyhle a mnoho dalších asi banálních a prvoplánových otázek jsem mu položil ve svém podcastu. Jako autor jsem se stal důkazem toho, že rakovina je v běžném životě stále trochu tabu a většině z nás dělá problémy o ní mluvit nebo i pouze přemýšlet. Hra Chemoška na raka má mimo jiné ambice to změnit. Nebo ukrátit čas, který pacienti tráví v nemocnicích, v posteli či s nepříjemnými myšlenkami.Mimochodem, v téhle epizodě podcastu asi padne nejvíc jmen a citací mých oblíbených standup komiků. Kteří jsou zároveň oblíbenými komiky mého hosta Petra Laštovky. Upozorňuju například na Norma Macdonalda, který ve svém posledním standupu řekl: S rakovinou se nedá prohrát. Protože když zemřete, tak rakovina zemře s vámi, a je to přinejmenším remíza.Děkuju Petru Laštovku za inspirující a zajímavý rozhovor, a vám přeju příjemný poslech.

Dancing in the Toxic Shadows ~ Finding Empowerment Through the Toxicity
Episode #30-Dancing in the Toxic Shadows V-Pod - Guest Ms. Debbiecakes Battle 4 Breast Cancer Fndrsr

Dancing in the Toxic Shadows ~ Finding Empowerment Through the Toxicity

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 72:23


Breast Cancer Stories
Day 111: Covid Ruins Everything

Breast Cancer Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 29:14


Thanks to the incredible cold cap technology, Desert Essence shampoo, and seldomly using a brush, after six rounds of chemo Natasha still has her hair. Meanwhile, everything else is falling apart. Plans to celebrate at a fancy restaurant are wrecked when her date gets COVID and none of her friends can go. An insurance snafu just 2 days before her last chemo causes her to run out of Zofran and getting a refill requires some creativity. Natasha has another MRI to see if the chemo worked, and realizes only after reading the results alone that if it had been bad news she would have been in a dark place without support. As she reflects on chemo, she shares what could have been done differently. Links The End of Chemo, brought to you by DigniCaps cold caps (they didn't sponsor us but probably should now) Shop Desert Essence shampoos https://www.desertessence.com/hair-care/shampoo Links Support the Breast Cancer Stories podcast https://www.breastcancerstoriespodcast.com/donate Subscribe to our newsletter here: https://breastcancerstories.substack.com/subscribe About Breast Cancer Stories Breast Cancer Stories follows Natasha Curry, a palliative care nurse practitioner at San Francisco General Hospital, through her experience of going from being a nurse to a patient after being diagnosed with breast cancer. Natasha was in Malawi on a Doctors Without Borders mission in 2021 when her husband of 25 years announced in a text message that he was leaving. She returned home, fell into bed for a few weeks, and eventually pulled herself together and went back to work. A few months later when she discovered an almond-sized lump in her armpit, she did everything she tells her patients not to do and dismissed it, or wrote it off as a “fat lump." Months went by before Natasha finally got a mammogram, but radiology saw nothing in either breast. It was the armpit lump that caught their attention. Next step was an ultrasound, where the lump was clearly visible. One painful biopsy later, Natasha found out she had cancer; in one life-changing moment, the nurse became the patient. This podcast is about what happens when you have breast cancer, told in real time. Host and Executive Producer: Eva Sheie Co-Host: Kristen Vengler Editor and Audio Engineer: Daniel Croeser Theme Music: Them Highs and Lows, Bird of Figment (https://music.apple.com/us/artist/bird-of-figment/1434663902) Production Assistant: Mary Ellen Clarkson Cover Art Designer: Shawn Hiatt Breast Cancer Stories is a production of The Axis. (http://www.theaxis.io/) PROUDLY MADE IN AUSTIN, TEXAS

The Fellow on Call
Episode 035: Lung Cancer Series, Pt. 12: NSCLC Capstone with Dr. Jack West (Con't)

The Fellow on Call

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022


We strongly recommend you listen to our previous episodes metastatic lung cancer (Episodes 0032 and 0033) to better be able to follow along with this conversation. Key trials mentioned in this episode include:CHECKMATE 227KEYNOTE 024Q:Do you send molecular testing (PDL1 and NGS) on the biopsy, peripheral blood or both?* Yield is highest from the tissue sample* Peripheral blood (circulating DNA) samples are dependent on the burden of disease and so often the yield is lower ** One of the benefits is that it can be sent quickly and having a fast turn-around; Tissue samples are dependent on being able to schedule a biopsy* Dr. West says he definitely sends this on a non-smoker with non-squamous lung cancer, as they are more likely to have molecular targets* Dr. West has not personally adopted the idea of sending peripheral and tissue samples for NGS testing for everyoneQ: Do you ever use Ipi/Nivo in patients with PDL1

The Waffle Shop
Unfiltered - Episode 14 - Determination with The King of Chemo Iain Ward

The Waffle Shop

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 47:06


Welcome to The Waffle Shop Podcast Unfiltered with your hosts Taylor James and Emma Tindall!We're going to be giving you the unfiltered chat around all the subjects which we think don't get enough air time; from sex fetishes, alien invasions and polyamory, to social media, conspiracy theories and hallucinogens.Each week Taylor and Emma will be joined by a different guest who is an expert on the chosen theme, intertwined with some fun segments including ‘Sing It or Sack It' and hearing from you guys about your woes and waffles of the weekThis week is all about Determination and we couldnt be joined by a more determined person, the incredibly inspiring Iain Ward aka The King of Chemo!Iain Ward was diagnosed with terminal brain cancer and is now on a mission to spend every minute of the time he has left raising money for cancer researchWe have a waffle about how he signed up for a medical trial in which a MRI scan was needed, during this scan a small, supposedly harmless, tumour was detectedA short while later it was confirmed that he had stage three brain cancer, which normally comes with a life expectancy of five years“I wanted to do something physical to show other people with medical or mental issues that they need not be defined by their condition"Iain really is a force to be reckoned with and if you want to help his cause please donate what you can hereIf you enjoyed this ep please let us know on socials @waffleshoppodcast of @tindall2.0 or leave a review, we love to hear from you! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Fred + Angi’s Feels Good News
Officer Who Saved Baby Watches Her Graduate The Academy and No-More-Chemo Party!

Fred + Angi’s Feels Good News

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 3:28


Pase Del Desprecio
De Gallardo y otros amores largos

Pase Del Desprecio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 60:51


Recordamos aquellos amores largos que llegaron a su fin a propósito de la salida de Gallardo de River Plate. Lalo y Carola, Fernanda y Joel, Chemo y la U. La lista es larga.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

COVID and Chemo
Melba Too-Old (Aka Catch Me on the Old B*tch Pile)

COVID and Chemo

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2022 61:54


Melba Too-Old coming to git us, y'all! COVID and Chemo reflect on the challenges (and joys) of aging and consider the many ways that one can be made to feel old. Even if one was born in, for instance, ‘86, as Lil Boat has shown. PS, That's NINETEEN eighty-six, y'all. Not 1886. Lawd help!

Sound Advice: A Hearing Friendly Business Podcast
National Disability Employment Awareness Month, Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and Hearing Awareness Month

Sound Advice: A Hearing Friendly Business Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 30:56


Find Teresa Here: https://twitter.com/TeresaBarnesRNhttps://www.facebook.com/teresabarnesrnhttps://www.instagram.com/teresabarnesrn/https://www.pinterest.com/HearTeresaB/_saved/https://www.linkedin.com/in/hearteresabarnesrn/https://www.youtube.com/c/TeresaBarneshttps://www.tiktok.com/@hearteresab?lang=enhttps://hearcommunications.com/TBarnes@hearcommunications.comhearcommunicationstrainings.podia.com  Reference Source for ADA Interest: https://www.upcounsel.com/list-of-disabilities-covered-under-ada.A total different way of looking at life and thriving despite the obstacles. Nick Vujicic  (voo.itch.itch) an Australian American Christian evangelist and motivational speaker born with tetra-amelia a rare disorder characterized by the absence of arms and legs.  

BS Free MD with Drs. May and Tim Hindmarsh
#92: Hacking Chemo: Using Nutrition to Power through Cancer

BS Free MD with Drs. May and Tim Hindmarsh

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 80:42


When diagnosed with Stage 1 ovarian cancer, our guest Martha Tettenborn decided to research her disease and learn all she could about  the science of cancer metabolism. As a 35 year veteran Registered Dietician, she decided to dig deep into cancers' unique metabolic characteristics and figure out how to impact her own cancer treatment. She soon developed and used a protocol of a ketogenic diet with targeted therapeutic fasting to significantly impact her response to chemotherapy.   Before her cancer diagnosis, she had already been a long time advocate of a low-carb diet ( a rarity in the dietetics world) and Primal Health Coach. In early 2019 during her early chemo treatments, she started blogging and sharing her journey. This led her to write her book: Hacking Chemo: Using Ketogenic Diet, Therapeutic Fasting and a Kickass Attitude to Power Through Cancer. Not only has she conquered cancer, but she is helping coach others on their cancer journey. She also believes in the power of a positive spirit and speaks of self gratitude for all that she has gone through. Listen as she shares her story and what she  learned about cancer metabolism, and how to have the best outcome possible through your cancer therapy and beyond. More About Our Guest:  Martha Tettenborn RD is a Registered Dietitian and certified Primal Health Coach with over 30 years of experience working in various areas of nutrition. Her private health coach practice, The Cancer Doula, promotes a low-carb, whole-foods-based approach to disease prevention and cancer symptom management. She has been a featured speaker at the Low Carb Long Weekend Summit and on numerous podcasts. Martha also instructs courses for the Nutrition Network and Udemy on the ketogenic approach to cancer treatment. Find her book, website and FB pages in our links below! Links: Web: Marthatettenborn.com Facebook : Hacking Chemo-Using Nutrition to Journey Through Cancer Books: Hacking Chemo: Using Ketogenic Diet, Therapeutic Fasting and a Kickass Attitue to Power Through Cancer Our Advice! Everything in this podcast is for educational purposes only. It does not constitute the practice of medicine and we are not providing medical advice. No Physician-patient relationship is formed and anything discussed in this podcast does not represent the views of our employers.  The Fine Print! All opinions expressed by the hosts or  guests in this episode are solely their opinion and are not to be used as specific medical advice.  The hosts,  May and Tim Hindmarsh MD, BS Free MD LLC, or any affiliates thereof are not under any obligation to update or correct any information provided in this episode. The guest's statements and opinions are subject to change without notice. Thanks for joining us! You are the reason we are here.  If you have questions, reach out to us at doc@bsfreemd.com or find Tim and I on Facebook and IG. Please check out our every growing website as well at  bsfreemd.com (no www)  GET SOCIAL WITH US! Instagram:: https://www.instagram.com/bsfreemd/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/bsfree

1LIVE Dumm gefragt
Diagnose Krebs - wie lange habt ihr noch?

1LIVE Dumm gefragt

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 46:53


"Brustkrebsmonats" Oktober - Fritz hat in dieser Woche Frederike und Colin zu Gast - die beiden sind Krebspatient:innen. Frederike hatte als Zehnjährige Schilddrüsenkrebs und bekam vor drei Jahren die Diagnose Brustkrebs. Colin lebt mit Hodenkrebs. Dumm Fragen gibt es einige: Ihr habt ja Haare! Tragt ihr dann gerade eine Perücke? Habt ihr ungesund gelebt, oder woher kommt der Krebs bei euch? Wie ist das, mit so einer tickenden Zeitbombe zu leben? Dumm gefragt gibt es auch als Video auf 1LIVE.de - Ein 1LIVE-Podcast, © WDR 2022 Von 1LIVE.

The Gary Null Show
The Gary Null Show - 09.30.22

The Gary Null Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 63:41 Very Popular


Videos: Dr. Aseem Malhotra who promoted COVID-19 vaccine on TV calls for its immediate suspension (star: 0:12) Dr. Robert Malone: ‘Monopolist' Bill Gates has his ‘tentacles' everywhere (22:00) ‘I Don't Want That Pipeline Operational': GOP Sen. Presses Witness On Nord Stream 2 (2:30-4:10) My Unbelievable Interview with Biden! Can Cabbage Beat Chemo for Cervical Cancer? South Dakota State University, September 26, 2022 In a study published in the journal Cancer, UCLA researchers showed that radiation actually makes breast cancer cells MORE malignant. They found that radiation kills about half of the tumor cells treated. But radiation also transforms other cells into “induced breast cancer stem cells.” Though cancer stem cells make up less than 5 percent of a tumor, they can regenerate the original tumor. In fact, these new stem cells are up to 30 times more likely to form tumors compared to cancer cells that didn't get radiation. CSCs can also migrate through blood vessels spreading cancer to secondary locations. Chemo works the same way. Researchers from South Dakota State University have found that a compound in cruciferous vegetables like broccoli, cabbage, and cauliflower may target those cancer stem cells. In fact, it may help prevent the recurrence and spread of some cancers. The compound is called phenethyl isothiocyanate (PEITC). When the researchers added PEITC to a Petri dish with human cervical cancer stem cells about 75 percent of the stem cells died within 24 hours. The South Dakota researchers found that PEITC slowed the formation of cervical cancer stem cells in a dose-dependent manner. The researchers also found that PEITC significantly reduced the proliferation of both cervical cancer cells and stem cells. In fact, it worked comparably to salinomycin, a chemo drug, but without the toxic side effects. In addition, the effects of PEITC were significantly better in abrogating cervical cancer stem cell proliferation than paclitaxel, another toxic chemo drug. More physical activity, less screen time linked to better executive function in toddlers, study finds University of Illinois at Urbana, September 29, 2022 A new study explored whether adherence to American Academy of Pediatrics guidelines for diet and physical activity had any relationship with toddlers' ability to remember, plan, pay attention, shift between tasks and regulate their own thoughts and behavior, a suite of skills known as executive function. Reported in The Journal of Pediatrics, the study found that 24-month-old children who spent less than 60 minutes looking at screens each day and those who engaged in daily physical activity had better executive function than those who didn't meet the guidelines. “Executive function underlies your ability to engage in goal-directed behaviors,” said University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign professor Naiman Khan,. “It includes abilities such as inhibitory control, which allows you to regulate your thoughts, emotions and behavior; working memory, by which you are able to hold information in mind long enough to accomplish a task; and cognitive flexibility, the adeptness with which you switch your attention between tasks or competing demands.” Through its Bright Futures initiative, the AAP recommends that children spend less than 60 minutes looking at screens each day, engage in at least 60 minutes of physical activity, consume five or more servings of fruits and vegetables and minimize or eliminate the consumption of sugar-sweetened beverages. “We found that toddlers who engaged in less than 60 minutes of screen time per day had significantly greater ability to actively control their own cognition than those who spent more time staring at phones, tablets, televisions and computers,” McMath said. “They had greater inhibitory control, working memory and overall executive function.” Toddlers who got daily physical activity also did significantly better on tests of working memory than those who didn't, the researchers found. How rosemary essential oil can improve memory by 75 percent Northumbria University (UK), In a British study, researchers found that sniffing the essential oil of rosemary improved memory by a remarkable 75 percent – making it a possible treatment for memory problems. The study, conducted by psychologists at Northumbria University in Newcastle, involved 66 people. Some were exposed to a rosemary-scented room, in which four drops of essential oil had been placed on an aroma stream diffuser and switched on for five minutes before the participants entered the room. Another group worked in an unscented room. The psychologists found that the participants in the rosemary-scented room performed between 60 and 75 percent better on assorted memory tasks and on performing simple arithmetic when compared to the control group – an impressive result. As part of the study, researchers took blood samples to detect levels of 1,8-cineole – the constituent in rosemary linked with improving memory function. Participants in the rosemary room had higher levels of cineole – demonstrating that the compound can enter the bloodstream by way of inhalation. In their findings, the team concluded that rosemary could have implications for treating memory impairments, especially in older adults who are experiencing some decline. Rosemary seems to be particularly helpful in promoting “prospective memory” – helping people to remember future events such as appointments or medication schedules. Other studies have supported the ability of rosemary to both promote concentration and enhance memory of past events. Scientifically known as Rosmarinus officinalis, rosemary has long been used by natural healers to boost the immune system, reduce inflammation, fight pathogens and promote healthy digestion. The antioxidant value, or ORAC score, of rosemary is a massive 3,300, giving it the same potent free radical-fighting power of goji berries. Rosemary is rich in carnosic acid, an antioxidant that fights oxidative stress in the brain. Another rosemary constituent, carnosol, is strongly antioxidant and anti-inflammatory as well. Study confirms energy transfer in different types of energy healing, including Reiki and acupuncture Holistic Research Institute (Knoxville TN), September 25, 2022 For many people, the benefits of energy healing practices like Reiki are immeasurable. But in a recent study, scientists attempted to do just that: Measure (and confirm) the energy transfer which takes place during a typical Reiki session. Reiki is an ancient practice of energy healing that first rose to fame in Japan during the 1800's — but different takes on energy healing have existed for centuries. Now, scientists seek to confirm what the healers of the past already knew. Reiki advocates say that the practice keys in on the flow of universal energy and that Reiki practitioners can transfer energy to their patients by channeling it through their hands. MedicalNewsToday.com reports that at least 60 hospitals in the United States offer Reiki therapy to their patients. Survey data suggests that over a million people will try Reiki or a similar therapy in a given year. Despite the naysayers in “modern” medicine, Reiki continues to grow in popularity. Maria Kuman, Ph.D. at the Holistic Research Institute in Knoxville, Tennessee, conducted a study to analyze the potential energy transfers that occur during a Reiki healing session. Kuman herself admits that she was more than skeptical at the notion of real energy transfers taking place. To conduct her research, Kuman created patented highly sensitive equipment in order to measure the energy of Reiki practitioners and their patients during practice. Kuman reports that their results showed that Reiki healers do not lose their own energy while healing. In fact, her equipment showed that there was an increase in energy for the healers, as well as their patients. “This proved the Reiki Masters right when claiming that by healing others they heal themselves,” she notes. She explained further, “There could be only one explanation to this – the Reiki healers are not using their own body energy to heal. The fact that their energies have increased after healing and their energetic balance has improved means that there is a third source of energy, from which they draw. ” To that end, Kuman contends that energy healing could be especially useful for disease prevention, by addressing energy imbalances before they lead to illness. Kuman also notes that the practice of acupuncture may offer similar benefits to Reiki, particularly regarding disease prevention. Low-calorie sugar substitute consumption during adolescence appears to impair memory later in life University of Southern California, September 29, 2022 A high-sugar diet early in life has been shown to harm brain function, but what about low-calorie sugar substitutes? A new study reveals they may take a heavy toll on the developing brain and gut. In a study published in the journal JCI Insight, scientists at USC show that adolescent rats that consumed the low-calorie sweetenerssaccharin, ACE-K and stevia exhibited long-term impairments in memory. The findings align with those from earlier studies in which the researchers show that adolescent rats that consume sugar suffer lingering memory impairment. Consuming low-calorie sweeteners also affected metabolic signaling in the body, which can lead to diabetes and other metabolism-related diseases. Rats that consumed low-calorie sweeteners as adolescents were less willing to work for sugar as adults, but they consumed more sugar if it was freely available, another factor that might affect the likelihood of developing metabolic disease. While most studies of low-calorie sweeteners focus on one substance and use amounts far exceeding the norm, the researchers made sure the study was in line with real-life conditions for people — Sweeteners tested include saccharin, acesulfame potassium (ACE-K) and stevia—which are commonly used in sweetened foods. In the end, rats consuming sweetener were less likely to remember an object or the path through the maze than those that drank only plain water. The scientists also found other effects among the rats after they consumed sweeteners. They had fewer receptors on their tongues that detect sweet taste. The biological mechanism in their intestines that transports glucose into the blood was altered. Their brains had changed, specifically in regions associated with memory control and reward-motivated behavior. Study finds folic acid treatment is associated with decreased risk of suicide attempts University of Chicago, September 28, 2022 Suicide is one of the leading causes of death in the US, with more than 45,000 people dying by suicide in 2020. The study, published in JAMA Psychiatry used data from the health insurance claims of 866,586 patients and looked at the relationship between folic acidtreatment and suicide attempts over a two-year period. They found that patients who filled prescriptions for folic acid, also known as vitamin B9, experienced a 44% reduction in suicidal events (suicide attempts and intentional self-harm). Gibbons initially became interested in folic acid in the context of suicide because of a previous study in which his group looked for relationships between risk of attempting suicide and 922 different prescribed drugs. The study simultaneously screened each drug for associations with increases and decreases in suicide attempts. Surprisingly, folic acid was associated with a decreased risk of suicide attempt, along with drugs expected to be associated with risk of suicide, like antidepressants, anxiolytics, and antipsychotics. To investigate and further confirm the relationship between folic acid and suicide risk, Gibbons and his co-authors did this new study and focused specifically on folic acid, and accounted for many possible confounding factors, including age, sex, mental health diagnoses, other central nervous system drugs, conditions that affect folic acid metabolism, and more. They even found that the longer a person took folic acid, the lower their risk of suicide attempt tended to be. Each month of being prescribed folic acid was associated with an additional 5% decrease in risk of suicide attempt during the 24-month follow-up period of their study. If their findings are confirmed in the new research, folic acid would be a safe, inexpensive, and widely available suicide prevention strategy, and potentially help save thousands of lives.

What I Meant to Say
It's Harder to Change When You're Winning

What I Meant to Say

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 65:20


Key Points, Top Takeaways and Memorable Quotes “I continued to play volleyball because I didn't know who I was outside of volleyball.” 15:00“I feel very, this is going to sound weird, lucky to have gone through what I did, in the way that I did.” 28:07“My will to survive was stronger than the cancer.” 28:51“You really have no idea how strong you are until you have to be, until you really have to show up for yourself.” 34:35“I had someone tell me, they were like, ‘Fear can not exist in the same space as gratitude.'” 35:17“It's harder to change when you're winning.” - Jen quoting friend @42:43“Chemo saved me from cancer, the water saved me from chemo.” 53:04“Whatever life you have pictured for yourself is possible.”  1:03:32Guest BioJennifer Keddy played four years of indoor volleyball at Cal Poly-San Luis Obispo where she earned All American honors and was the 2011 Big West Conference Player of the Year. When playing professionally in Germany in 2018, she was diagnosed with ovarian cancer and returned home for treatment to make a full recovery.  She has played the last two seasons on the AVP and is a entrepreneur and self proclaimed water wizard here to share the good news about how better water can uplevel your health and your life. Keddy has six siblings, three brothers and three sisters and currently resides in Austin, TX.  Show Notes 0:00 - WIMTS Podcast Intro0:17 - Introducing Jen Keddy0:42 - Welcome to Jen1:50 - Blended Family Roots4:03 - When Did You Start Playing Volleyball?5:55 - Recruiting & College VB at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo9:48 - Talking Accolades & Volleyball11:52 - Shoulder Surgery, Then a Broken Foot13:43 - Lack of Identity Outside of Volleyball 16:41 - Playing Overseas & Stress on the Body18:24 - 2017 Cancer Diagnosis in Germany28:06 - Expressing Gratitude & Perspective35:27 - BB Commercial35:36 - Comeback Story37:13 - Moved to Austin in May 2020 & Started Playing Beach Volleyball38:35 - Partnered with Katie Dickens for 202140:45 - 2022 AVP Season44:40 - Mentality & Water Entrepreneurial Venture49:43 - Becoming the Water Wizard & the Water Machine54:43 - Generational Learning55:43 - How Long Have You Been Selling Water?1:01:40 - One Piece of Advice1:02:56 - Where Can We Find You?1:04:28 - Thank You1:05:07 - WIMTS Podcast ClosingLinks & Where to Find Jen IG - @jennuinewaters Email - jennuinewaters@gmail.com

Zee Michaelson Travel
Ep 38 Travel Advisors & Budgets

Zee Michaelson Travel

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 27:38


I want to touch base on a few different topics today…1.    Why you should use a travel advisor2.    Creating your budget for you trip…and I don't like to call it budget3.    All inclusive resorts…what is and isn't included So first I am going to chat about travel advisors.  I run into so many people today that ask me how much do you charge?  My answer is always…nothing. People are amazed.  So, I now have a question for all of you.  Why then aren't you using a travel advisor?  Sure, I hear well I can find it myself on the internet.  But do you really want to spend that much time surfing the web.  Trying to find just the right vacation and vacation package and then if you are going with a family reunion… tracking down everyone and entering all their stats and taking payment and ….and…and… whew….  I know that when I am going on vacation, I don't want to have to worry about anything I just want to pack my bag grab my passport and go.  Do you know that most travel advisors are always learning.  They work with vendors to find out all about each one of them and what each one offers.  They get emails everyday with updates and specials and sometimes these offers are only offered through the travel advisor.   Travel advisors can sit down with you and find out just what you are looking for and then they go to work.  Matching you up with just the right vacation. What about if you want to go on a vacation and you don't know where you want to go.  A travel advisor can do just that.  Advise you of the many opportunities that are out there that you would like.  And they do this all for free…. Now I am not going to lie to you.  Some travel advisors do charge for their services…Why?  Well I will tell you.  There are few reasons…one is.  Clients will call get the TA to do all the foot work and then turn around and book it themselves.  That's not very nice.  Also, if the TA goes above and beyond the call of duty…for instance…Visa research and paper follow up.  Something that should be handled by the traveler.  Travel advisors also go on trips to research some of these places and sailings and hotels.  They can actually speak from experience.  I do the same things.  Like sailing on Virgin Voyages etc.  I love this adage “been there, done that” You here me all the time saying I know a TA that went there.  TA's also talk with each other.  Yes we actually communicate with one another to find out information about certain places. This way we can give you first hand experience of the place you are planning on going to.  Sometimes and this is rare but sometimes.  If you call your Travel Advisor…and they know absolutely nothing about a certain vacation, they will call their TA friend who handles that, and they help.  Yes.  TA's help each other.Vendors work closely with TA's because they want the TA's selling their product.  So they to make sure it's all good.Now the next thing I want to bring up is Budget…. I don't like the word budget.  I know everyone has one.  But its not really budget…its what is this trip worth to you.  Are you celebrating a special anniversary.  Or is it the first time you are doing a multi-generation trip.  It may be the last time great grandma gets to go along.  These things are priceless.  So here are a few things you should ask of yourself. What do I expect from this vacationWhat do I want to experienceWho will be coming alongAre we celebrating anything…. (any milestone…college graduation/high school graduation/made it through Chemo…50th wedding anniversary)What do I want to do on this trip.  Sky diving/kayaking/see penguins or polar bears/

COVID and Chemo
“Ain't Nobody Coming to See You Otis” (Aka Why We Stan David Ruffin)

COVID and Chemo

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2022 39:05


Our obsession with David Ruffin continues! Here at last is the explanation. Tune in to hear COVID and Chemo tackle all things David Ruffin, including, most gratefully, Leon's iconic performance in the famed TV miniseries The Temptations (1998).

Extreme Health Radio
Dr. Christine Horner – Energy Medicine, Sleep, Ayurveda, Sailing Through Chemo & Easy Principles To Radically Improve Your Health!

Extreme Health Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 102:18


Dr. Christine Horner joined us today on this episode of the podcast. Dr. Horner is the author of Waking the Warrior Goddess: Dr. Christine Horner's Program to Protect Against & Fight Breast Cancer as well as her most recent book which we talk about more on this show called, Radiant Health Ageless Beauty: Dr. Christine Horner's 30-Day Program to Extraordinary Health, Beauty, and Longevity. I learned about her through doing some research into a device called The Life Vessel and found that she came up in the search results. Then the next day I was listening to another health podcast and she was mentioned in regards to her work with breast cancer. Synchronicity or?... So I figured there must be a reason why she came into my radar twice in the span of 24 hours. Usually I require "random" events like that to happen at least three times in order to act on them. But in this case I just knew. She was very highly regarded in the first podcast and when I looked her up after researching The Life Vessel, I knew she was a guest we had to have on. Dr. Christine Horner is a big proponent on using Ayurveda to help people realign with their bodies and ultimately find healing. Ayurveda is an ancient practice that has been around for thousands of years and can be applied to just about any area of our lives to help us lower inflammation and increase our health vitality. So Dr. Christine Horner uses principles from Ayurveda to tackle issues like energy medicine, sleep and even cancer. If you enjoy the episode, consider joining our email list so you never miss an episode or sharing it with your friend on social media. Thanks!! One Last Thing! As always your support via your donations and bookmarking our Amazon link to use each time you purchase is how we keep our show going. Thank you for bookmarking our Amazon link even if you're not buying anything right now! :) Sponsor For This Episode: Qigong Program Member's Site (coming soon!) Shop on Amazon Shop Our Store Products Related To This Episode: We are now commercial free but only if you click here to support us to keep making commercial free shows! :) Ozone Generator From Truly Heal - Watch The Ozone Webinar Bellicon Rebounder Rapid Release Pro 2 SOL CBD Oil Relax FAR Infrared Sauna Sacred Seed Oils Annmarie Gianni Skincare Berkey Water Filters Extrema Chemical Free Cookware BARF World Raw Dog Food Squatty Potty stools - see in store Surthrival products - see in store Thrive Market Find Extreme Health Radio On: [include file=showpage-itunes-soundcloud-stitcher.html] Please Subscribe: Subscribe To Our Radio Show For Updates! Listen to other shows with this guest. Show Guest: Kelly Starrett Guest Info: Christine Horner, MD is a nationally known surgeon, author, and natural health expert residing in San Diego, CA. She holds two board certifications: the National Board of Surgery and the National Board of Plastic Surgery. Dr. Horner was recognized as a leader in her field shortly after starting her plastic and reconstructive surgery practice because she successfully ran a national campaign to pass laws requiring insurance companies to pay for breast reconstruction following mastectomy. Radiant Health, Ageless Beauty: Dr. Christine Horner's 30-Day Program to Extraordinary Health, Beauty and Longevity. (Elgea Publishing 2016) Guest Website(s): http://www.drchristinehorner.com/ Guest Product(s): Please Support Us If You Are Able: (Opens in a new window - Every bit helps us to keep delivering even better shows that help you heal & thrive!) Radio Show Transcript: [spp-transcript]

Becoming Wilkinson
Paul Hietter is a true renaissance man - from creating and running a well-known Palm Springs catering business and being an event planner to the stars, to overcoming major obstacles and becoming a new thought minister, he's truly done it all!

Becoming Wilkinson

Play Episode Play 60 sec Highlight Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 33:35


Paul Hietter Paul is a true renaissance man - having worked in a number of industries, with his favorites of being a caterer and event planner to the stars and a new thought minister. He is always happiest when he is of service and learning something new.   Overcoming life's obstacles seems a good hobby and with hiking, working out, being a Chef and humanitarian, there is never a dull moment.  Currently single, and a cat daddy of Rumi and Leo,  Paul lives in Palm Springs, CA. He may be reached at 760-567-5820 or PaulHietter@icloud.com. Photo: Copyright Wilkinson/2022Opening and closing music courtesy the very talented Zakhar Valaha via Pixabay.To contact Wilkinson- email him at BecomingWilkinson@gmail.com

Facing Fear
Riding the Wave of Grief (Recap of Chemo 7, 8, 9, 10)

Facing Fear

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 26:27


We take it all the way back to May, one of my most challenging months of this year. I talk about starting my new chemo plan after being kicked off my original due to an allergic reaction, escaping to California for a week, I recap a book I read in an week and share how the rollercoaster of grief really had me riding waves this past summer. I mention lots of goodies on this show today, so check out the links below.Tune in for next week's episode where I'll have a contestant from Hannah Brown's Bachelorette Season to talk about ANYTHING but... reality TV. It's a damn good one. Subscribe and follow the show so you don't miss it.MENTIONED ON TODAY'S EPISODEHow I ended up in the ER after being allergic to chemoInterview with my all time favorite physical therapist, Dr. PratoCan't Stop Thinking bookWhat it was like to elope during the pandemicThink Like a Monk bookSUPPORT THE SHOWPODCAST/CANCER MERCH: Visit facingfearwithsara.com/merchCATCH UP ON MY CANCER JOURNEY: facingfearwithsara.com/episodesCONNECT Subscribe to the monthly newsletter at facingfearwithsara.comInstagram - @facingfearwithsara, @saramcinerneyhauckTikTok - @facingfearwithsaraFacebook - @facingfearwithsaraWebsite - facingfearwithsara.comYouTube - Sara McInerney HauckEmail - hello@facingfearwithsara.comSupport the show

Oncotarget
Press Release: Targeting RCC w/Poly ADP-ribose Polymerase Inhibitors, Low-dose Alkylating Chemo

Oncotarget

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 4:03


BUFFALO, NY- September 20, 2022 – A new research paper was published in Oncotarget's Volume 13 on September 14, 2022, entitled, “Targeting Krebs-cycle-deficient renal cell carcinoma with Poly ADP-ribose polymerase inhibitors and low-dose alkylating chemotherapy.” Loss-of-function mutations in genes encoding the Krebs cycle enzymes Fumarate Hydratase (FH) and Succinate Dehydrogenase (SDH) induce accumulation of fumarate and succinate, respectively, and predispose patients to hereditary cancer syndromes including the development of aggressive renal cell carcinoma (RCC). Fumarate and succinate competitively inhibit αKG-dependent dioxygenases, including Lysine-specific demethylase 4A/B (KDM4A/B), leading to suppression of the homologous recombination (HR) DNA repair pathway. Researchers Daiki Ueno, Juan C. Vasquez, Amrita Sule, Jiayu Liang, Jinny van Doorn, Ranjini Sundaram, Sam Friedman, Randy Caliliw, Shinji Ohtake, Xun Bao, Jing Li, Huihui Ye, Karla Boyd, Rong Rong Huang, Jack Dodson, Paul Boutros, Ranjit S. Bindra, and Brian Shuch from Yale University School of Medicine, West China Hospital/School of Medicine, Wayne State University, and University of California, Los Angeles have developed new syngeneic Fh1- and Sdhb-deficient murine models of RCC, which demonstrate the expected accumulation of fumarate and succinate, alterations in the transcriptomic and methylation profile, and an increase in unresolved DNA double-strand breaks (DSBs). “In this study, we sought to examine the activity of combined TMZ and PARPi in Krebs-cycle-deficient renal cancer models. Fh1 and Sdhb are the murine counter part of human FH and SDHB, respectively.” The efficacy of poly ADP-ribose polymerase inhibitors (PARPis) and temozolomide (TMZ), alone and in combination, was evaluated both in vitro and in vivo. Combination treatment with PARPi and TMZ results in marked in vitro cytotoxicity in Fh1- and Sdhb-deficient cells. In vivo, treatment with standard dosing of the PARP inhibitor BGB-290 and low-dose TMZ significantly inhibits tumor growth without a significant increase in toxicity. These findings provide the basis for a novel therapeutic strategy exploiting HR deficiency in FH and SDH-deficient RCC with combined PARP inhibition and low-dose alkylating chemotherapy. “Using newly developed Fh1 and Sdhb deficient syngeneic mouse models, we demonstrate that oncometabolite-induced HR defects can be leveraged with PARPi treatment to enhance sensitivity to low-dose TMZ in Krebs-cycle-deficient renal cancer.” DOI: https://doi.org/10.18632/oncotarget.28273 Correspondence to: Ranjit S. Bindra & Brian Shuch – Emails: Ranjit.Bindra@yale.edu & bshuch@mednet.ucla.edu Keywords: FH, SDHB, renal cell carcinoma, PARP inhibitor, temozolomide About Oncotarget: Oncotarget (a primarily oncology-focused, peer-reviewed, open access journal) aims to maximize research impact through insightful peer-review; eliminate borders between specialties by linking different fields of oncology, cancer research and biomedical sciences; and foster application of basic and clinical science. To learn more about Oncotarget, visit Oncotarget.com and connect with us on social media: Twitter – https://twitter.com/Oncotarget Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/Oncotarget YouTube – www.youtube.com/c/OncotargetYouTube Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/oncotargetjrnl/ LinkedIn – https://www.linkedin.com/company/oncotarget/ Pinterest – https://www.pinterest.com/oncotarget/ LabTube – https://www.labtube.tv/channel/MTY5OA SoundCloud – https://soundcloud.com/oncotarget For media inquiries, please contact: media@impactjournals.com.

3 Beers and a Mic Podcast
Finding Chemo: Thor Love and Thunder

3 Beers and a Mic Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 126:41


Bernie, Dwayne and Scott are back to talk MCU. This time its Thor Love and Thunder. They are joined again by Mike Jack to get his deep insights to the movie!!!!

COVID and Chemo
21 Questions (Aka Why We Don't F*ck with Ye No Mo)

COVID and Chemo

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022 64:46


COVID and Chemo have questions. Twenty-one to be exact, and these ain't the kind of questions 50 was talkin bout. Our inquiries will take us from Kanye's work on Jay's Black Album to Ye's recent MRI beats; from “slavery is a choice” to Hellscape-Blackface-gate 2022; and from “I don't read books” to “Hey, let's open a school.” WTcollectiveF, Ye? Each time, Ye adds nothing but puzzles (and recently f*ckery) to the equation. White supremacy and capitalism are a helluva drug.

WDR 5 Quarks - Wissenschaft und mehr
Brauner Naturschutz - Käse - Krebs bald heilbar?

WDR 5 Quarks - Wissenschaft und mehr

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 74:11


Wie Rechtsextreme den Naturschutz kapern; Yoga und der Atem; Käse: Auch nicht besser als Wurst?; Ig-Nobel-Preise: Wissenschaft zum Lachen; Fahren Busse besser mit Batterie?; Ist Krebs bald heilbar?; Moderation: Franz-Josef Hansel. Von WDR 5.

WCHV's Joe Thomas in the Morning Podcast
091322 @107wchv "Don't Pee on My Leg and Tell Me it's Some New Chemo"

WCHV's Joe Thomas in the Morning Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 25:55


And yes... Joe Biden seems to have lifted this "Cancer Moonshot" straight from a West Wing Episode.... (Fun Fact from University of Chicago professor Tomas Philipson, [the Inflation Reduction Act] "cut the amount spent on cancer research by more than nine times as much as Biden's 'Cancer Moonshot' initiative raises it." )See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Cancer Pod: A Resource for Cancer Patients, Survivors, Caregivers & Everyone In Between.
Who's in Your Pod? Amy Rothenberg, ND: The Naturopathic Doctor

The Cancer Pod: A Resource for Cancer Patients, Survivors, Caregivers & Everyone In Between.

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 58:51


Join us as we chat with naturopathic physician, teacher, author, and cancer survivor Dr. Amy Rothenberg. Dr.  Rothenberg had been a naturopathic physician for 30+ years when she was diagnosed with cancer. Her story is one of incredible resilience (two separate cancers in the same year!). In keeping with her career of sharing her knowledge and experience, she recently penned a book that gives survivors the direction they crave after (and during) intensive treatment, So You've Finished Treatment, Now What? A Field Guide For Cancer Survivors. And, (insert drum roll…) Tina & Leah are celebrating their first podcast anniversary! Yes, it's been a whole year since the first one was released!  Slowly but surely we are creating our own pod…   Who's in our pod? Um, you!  Dedicated, proactive, smart listeners who just want to do what's best for themselves and their loved ones. We're feeling grateful for the thousands of downloads. So THANK YOU, truly, for listening and subscribing/following us on your favorite podcast platform.If you find our podcast useful, please share it with someone who may also benefit. It would be great if you could leave a review, (not inspired to write? just hit the 5 stars!), or follow us on Instagram, Twitter, or Facebook. You can reach out to us on social media too, we like getting to know our listeners!  If you'd like to donate to the show, you can Buy us a coffee !Links we mentioned on this episode and other cool stuff:To find more information about Dr. Rothenberg: www.DrAmyRothenberg.comLink to her Amazon Author page:  https://tinyurl.com/DrRothenbergAmazonAuthorSiteThe book is available anywhere books are sold.Find her writings at Huffington Post, Medium, Thrive Global, Elephant Journal.You can also follow Dr Amy on social media:Twitter: @dramybethInstagram:dramybethrothenbergLinkedinFacebookwww.nhcmed.com. www.nesh.comMassachusetts Society of Naturopathic Doctors Finding a Naturopathic Physician who focuses on cancer specifically OncANPSupport the show

Pilgrim Lost
Chemo Camino

Pilgrim Lost

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022


Chemo Camino Don't judge yourself.  Cancer survivor, Cory Douglas, shares his pilgrimage story that includes overcoming illness, life transitions and painful loss.

Integrative Cancer Solutions with Dr. Karlfeldt
Chemo is Poisonous to Me... with Bethany Webb

Integrative Cancer Solutions with Dr. Karlfeldt

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 56:32


"When the mind is open, a sweet state of inner peace is available to us in any moment. Yet sometimes our cray cray thoughts can get in the way of noticing this reality. Unravel what blocks you from rocking your natural of state of joy…let's truly live the f*ck out of life!As a Mindset Coach, Author, & Cancer Thriver, my mission is to find freedom with everything life brings…especially those curveballs. I love exploring the relationship between the mind & body ~ how our mental BS (belief systems) affect our emotions, physical sensations, and overall health & wellbeing. These tools have provided me with a compassionate inner support system to meet Stage IV Breast Cancer (and many other life challenges) with an open mind, heart, and playful sense of humor." (Bethany Webb's Website)That statement above is just a little taste of the incredible person you get to hear from during this interview.  Listen in to this conversation and if you are looking for Bethany's book head over to https://bethanywebb.com/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.

There Are Good Things Here
Perspective On Chemo For Fellow-Travelers S02 | E16

There Are Good Things Here

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 8:50


Katie Hubbard excelled at passing on perspective, even when chemotherapy was making her miserable. As she chronicles her final round of chemo, with all its lows and woes, she helps us enter into the valley. That's one of the gifts she gave as she blogged through this journey. She helped fellow-travelers with cancer and friends who will never face cancer understand what it's like to laid low … and to look up.

AP Audio Stories
Jane Fonda says she has cancer, is dealing well with chemo

AP Audio Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2022 0:45


AP correspondent Mike Gracia reports on Jane-Fonda.

The Cancer Pod: A Resource for Cancer Patients, Survivors, Caregivers & Everyone In Between.

Curcumin is what makes turmeric orange. It is also a very popular supplement. What does it do exactly? How should it be taken? How is it used in integrative oncology? Can you take it with chemo? Tina & Leah answer these questions and much more in this episode of The Cancer Pod.Want to support the show? Just buy us a coffee!Buymeacoffee and THANK YOU!Links we mentioned on this episode and other cool stuff:A review of the health benefits of Curcumin FoodsTurmeric in cancer care Memorial-Sloan Kettering Cancer CenterA list of Dr. Aggarwal  articles that have been retracted PubMedScientific papers peer reviewed, open access onlind  PubPeerCurcumin- summary by the National Cancer Institute NCIWhat's the difference between a root & a rhizome? Herb PharmTopical henna and turmeric study Daru J of Pharm Sciences Topical turmeric for mouth sores from cancer treatment Phytother ReviewCURCUMIN- A Chemical and Technical Assessment (CTA)  Lead found in Curcumin supplements Public Health Reports Potential of Curcumin in CLL Hematology & OncologyHigh dose Curcumin for Monoclonal gammopathy (myeloma) Support the show

Big Impact Radio
David Richman - Cycle of Lives: A Cancer Journey

Big Impact Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 40:39


Welcome to The Big Impact Ep 248 - David Richman - Cycle of Lives: A Cancer Journey An entrepreneur, author, public speaker, athlete, and philanthropist, David Richman uses the lessons learned in his life to enrich and inspire others. As a former sedentary, over-weight, smoker, David knew that he needed to focus not on what others wanted out of him, but on what he wanted out of life. With his first book, Winning in the Middle of the Pack, David discussed how to get more out of ourselves than ever imag- ined. Now, David shares the interconnected stories of others overcoming obstacles—specifically cancer—in his second book Cycle of Lives. Visit david-richman.com to learn more about David's story and mission. ---- BIG IMPACT VIDEO CHANNEL - You'll find free VIDEOS of our podcast interviews HERE SUBSCRIBE to the Big Impact Podcast for free! Apple - Google - Stitcher - Spotify - iHeart

Facing Fear
The Invisible Side Effects of Chemotherapy (And a Podcast Career FIRST for This Show)!

Facing Fear

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 47:29


This episode I am reflecting back on Chemo 5 and 6 which were from April 14, 2022 to the end of the month. This time period is when depression and anxiety aggressively poisoned my mind. A lot of my depressive and anxious thoughts revolved around the question, “What do I want to do with my life?” Because who doesn't want to be worrying about that universal question WHILE battling cancer?! I also accomplish a podcast career FIRST in this episode... you have to make it to the end to find out! Happy listening :) MENTIONED ON TODAY'S EPISODESt. Luke's Sermon audioCan't Stop Thinking: How to Let Go of Anxiety and Free Yourself from Obsessive Rumination by Nancy ColierSt. Ides by Macklemore and Ryan LewisSUPPORT THE SHOWPODCAST/CANCER MERCH: Visit facingfearwithsara.com/merchCATCH UP ON MY CANCER JOURNEY: facingfearwithsara.com/episodesCONNECT Subscribe to the monthly newsletter at facingfearwithsara.comInstagram - @facingfearwithsara, @saramcinerneyhauckTikTok - @facingfearwithsaraFacebook - @facingfearwithsaraWebsite - facingfearwithsara.comYouTube - Sara McInerney HauckEmail - hello@facingfearwithsara.com Support the show