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Phil Decker returns to the podcast to share about his next journey -- running the Chicago Marathon to raise money for the I Know Jack Foundation and Children's Cancer Connection. Phil, who is also in active treatment for colon cancer, talks about how treatment is going and the continued support he receives from the Nassif Community Cancer Center.If you'd like to contribute to Phil's campaign, visit https://secure.qgiv.com/for/philschicagomarathon/To learn more about Phil's cancer journey, read this story: https://www.communitycancercenter.org/news/running-for-a-cause-colon-cancer-patient-running-the-boston-marathon-to-raise-awareness/ If you are over 45, talk to your doctor today about colon cancer screening, or call St. Luke's Gastroenterology at (319) 366-8695. Visit Phil's website at https://tell5friends.org/Learn more about the I Know Jack Foundation at https://www.iknowjack.org/Learn more about Children's Cancer Connection at https://childrenscancerconnection.org/Do you have a question about a trending medical topic? Ask Dr. Arnold! Anything from COVID-19 to the latest technologies and procedures to general questions about a service provided at UnityPoint Health - Cedar Rapids. Submit your question and it may be answered by Dr. Arnold on the podcast!
How can we make ourselves lean even more towards prevention, and not always on the treatment we need to get back to living in good health?So many of our drugs nowadays that are geared toward diabetes are all about treatment and almost nothing on prevention. But as the saying goes, prevention is always better than cure.So as promised, Dr. Adrienne's back to – again – offer you food and nutrition news as she gives you tips you can take into action to be in good health as you keep living. Tune in and take home the health bites she's prepared for you today! Remember, you don't need to be perfect to be effective.In this episode, Dr. Adrienne goes back to her once-a-month discussion of her take on the recent news around food, nutrition, and obesity. Here, she talks about step count and dementia, semaglutide and diabetes, obesogens and hormonal systems, and ultra-processed foods and colon cancer. What you will learn from this episode:Discover how step count reduces the risk of dementia, as seen in a study;Find out how semaglutide helps lowers people's risk of developing type 2 diabetes;Understand how obesogens affect the hormonal systems in our bodies; andRecognize the effects of ultra-processed foods on one's likelihood to have colon cancer “We know that once people go on to develop diabetes, it is very hard to put those individuals in remission, so this is a major woohoo for prevention.” – Dr. Adrienne Youdim Topics Covered:00:32 – First News Story: The good in the 10,000 steps per day concept, and the study about the relationship between step count and dementia05:05 – Second News Story: The recent release of the injectables for weight loss, and how semaglutide helps lowers people's risk of developing type 2 diabetes09:58 – Third News Story: Do plastics make you gain weight? What are these obesogens, and how do these affect the hormonal systems in our bodies?13:59 – Fourth News Story: The effects of ultra-processed foods on one's likelihood to have colon cancer, and the potential reasons on why this happens21:23 – A Quick Recap: Your news and health bites this September Key Takeaways“Here is a medication that can actually help with prevention. In this study, we have a medication that potentially can help stem the tide of developing diabetes. We know that once people go on to develop diabetes, it is very hard to put those individuals in remission, so this is a major wohoo for prevention.” – Dr. Adrienne Youdim “Do not freak people out or leave them with inactionable information, because the truth of the matter is until our government and our policies begin to regulate these things and these chemicals, we're going to be exposed.” – Dr. Adrienne Youdim “Colon cancer tends to be one of those cancers that's very much lifestyle driven. So, lifestyle factors including our diet, including our activity level, and including our degree of excess weight tends to be contributory.” – Dr. Adrienne Youdim Ways to Connect with Dr. Adrienne Youdim:Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dradrienneyoudim/ Website: https://www.dradrienneyoudim.com Shoot me an email at email@example.com. I'd love to know how you feel, and what you're learning, and even if there are topics out there that you wish for us to touch upon, tell me about that, too.
Sammy Peterson, RD, CSO (Certified Specialist in Oncology), talks about an approach to diet and wellness that won't leave you stressed out. Join us in this engaging chat. Guaranteed you'll be ready to take action. We all want to feel our best, no matter who we are or what our condition is. There is so much conflicting info out there though! Ultimately, we just want to get there without all the hassle! What if you adopted simple rules to living day to day? Then, added new habits and little by little you arrive at your optimal health? This is part of the concept behind Simply Wellness, Sammy Peterson's online community and resource center. In this episode we talk details, including some take home points that answer questions like:What is the ideal diet?What is organic certification? Does it matter?What are some benefits of integrative oncology?What does it mean to be a "board certified oncology dietitian?Give us a listen. Like what you hear? Please take a moment to rate us! Or, leave a review with a few kind words(awwww, gee, thanks!) in a review. Or, spread the word old-school: tell your friends! Or, just tag us on social media. (Whew. That's a lot of options.)Check us out on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook @thecancerpod, or email us directly: firstname.lastname@example.org Support the show- Buy Us a Coffee!Links we mentioned on this episode and other cool stuff:To find a Board Certified Specialist in Oncology (CSO) click here.To find out cool and useful information about how many CSOs in each state and region, click here.How to Connect with Sammy Peterson, RD, CSO:Check out her website: www.simplywellnessllc.com (new resources coming soon!)Email her directly. InstagramTikTokOther items we mention in this episode:The Real Organic Project The newsletter Nutrition Action | Center for Science in the Public Interest Local Harvest- a great way to find local farmers' markets or CSAs in your area! The Dirty Dozen Fruits/Veggies. (Environmental Working Group)The Clean Fifteen Fruits/Veggies (Environmental Working Group)Book Recommendation: Boundless by Ben GreenfieldSupport the show
Guido Baechler is CEO and Director at Mainz Biomed (NASDAQ: MYNZ) a leading developer of market-ready molecular genetic diagnostic solutions for life-threatening conditions. The Company's flagship product is ColoAlert, an accurate, non-invasive, and easy-to-use early detection test for colorectal cancer.Guido has 30 years of global experience leading public & private life sciences companies having held senior executive roles at Singulex and SummerBio, and at Roche, where he led Roche Molecular's global program management. Learn more @MainzBiomed
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
Angie Rundle lives in St. Louis, Missouri, and her son, Chris, is a student at the University of Missouri. Their family shares a rare inherited genetic condition, called familial adenomatous polyposis, which causes cancer.They spoke about Angie's own experiences with colorectal cancer and about how this condition impacted them as Chris was growing up.
Episode 126 – Interview with Jason Clawson, Clinical Therapist Jason Clawson, a Clinical Therapist based in Utah, specializes in Grief, Addiction, Trauma and Mental Health. His byline for life is, “Healing takes courage!”In 2018, Jason's life was flipped upside down after his wife (Valerie) was diagnosed with Stage 4 Colon Cancer. This was devastating news for his young family of four and it completely rocked their world. He was terrified because the doctor told him his wife only had days or weeks to live. Nine months later loved ones and family members were saying goodbye at her funeral. Jason recalls that time and wants others to know that “no one or thing can fully prepare you for life's challenges, trials, and pain. After the funeral was complete and over, I remember my support from my family and friends quickly disappeared. I quickly found myself all alone trying to pick up the pieces of life. It was a hard and lonely time for me”. He found himself wondering, "what happened to all the people that were here for me"? "Does anyone care anymore"? "Where is my Team"? "How will I get through this?" Life began to get more and more difficult as life continued after the passing of his wife. He found himself more and more depressed, isolating, lonely, anxious, and even struggling to sleep. Life quickly became overwhelming, and he was fearful of the future. As a clinical therapist, no one had taught him about these moments he was experiencing. The Summer following the loss of his wife, he and his sons decided to have a lemonade stand, with the goal of raising money to create "SUNSHINE BASKETS" for people that had lost a spouse, were dealing with cancer, or individuals that were struggling. The goal was to raise $100 but after the lemonade stand closed, they had raised over $1,500. The fundraising success allowed them to make 25 baskets and they begin delivering them to people who needed help and support. Shortly thereafter a lady in Virginia called to see if she could get a “Sunshine Basket” because she was struggling. That caused the launch of a new business - “Giving Sunshine” Currently, they have delivered baskets to forty-five states and soon will have sent them to all fifty states. Jason and his business partner, Wyatt Ernst, have seen rapid growth in their startup venture. Learn more about “Giving Sunshine” here: https://givingsunshine.com/ Facebook link: https://www.facebook.com/GivingSunshineDaily Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/givingsunshinedaily/
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
This week, Dr. Randy Hines II goes on call with Dr. Shani Woolard Clay, a board-certified Gastroenterologist specializing in colorectal cancer (a.k.a colon cancer) screening and gastroesophageal reflux disorder. What you can expect in this episode: 9:20 - Why Gastroenterology 14:35 - Breakdown of the digestive system and its functions 16:25 - What colon cancer is 23:40 - Groups with increased risks for colon cancer 30:35 - Prepping for colonoscopies 38:45 - Risks of colonoscopies 47:00 - Blood markers 51:30 - Colon cancer treatment options 56:35 - Randy's Random Questions Tweetable Quotes: “That gut-brain interaction is real! When we perceive stress, in our brain and in our environment, it can physically manifest in the gut.” - Dr. Shani Woolard Clay “About half of colon cancer deaths in this country could have been prevented with proper colon cancer screening at the right times.” - Dr. Shani Woolard Clay “The first one [colonoscopy] is always the scariest.” - Dr. Shani Woolard Clay “45 is the new 50 to get your colonoscopies.” - Dr. Shani Woolard Clay About Dr. Shani Woolard Clay: Shani Woolard Clay, MD is a board-certified gastroenterologist practicing at Emory Healthcare in Jonesboro, GA. She grew up in Maryland and completed her undergraduate studies at Duke University and medical studies at University of Maryland School of Medicine. She subsequently went on to complete her internal medicine residency at University of Alabama-Birmingham Hospital and her gastroenterology fellowship at Emory University Hospital. She sees general GI patients, with a special interest in irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), colorectal cancer screening and gastroesophageal reflux disorder. Dr. Woolard is a member of the American Gastroenterology Association, American Society of Gastrointestinal Endoscopy, and American College of Gastroenterology. On Call With Dr. Randy Demographic Survey: Take the survey. Contact Dr. Randy Hines II: https://www.drrandymd.com IG: @_drrandy FB: @HinesEntertainment LinkedIn: Dr. Randy Hines II Twitter: @_DrRandy TikTok: @_drrandy Contact: Dr. Shani Woolard Clay, MD IG: @gastrodoc1211
New 2022 - The Stacking Effects Of Inflammation And How To Avoid It - Sunil Pai, MD Sunil Pai, MD • https://sanjevani.net/ • Book - An Inflammation Nation: The Definitive 10-Step Guide to Preventing and Treating All Diseases through Diet, Lifestyle, and the Use of Natural Anti-Inflammatories #SunilPai #Inflammation #WholeFood #PlantBased Sunil Pai, MD is an internationally recognized expert in Integrative Medicine, author, radio host, health activist/influencer and thought leader in the wellness industry. His book An Inflammation Nation: The Definitive 10-Step Guide to Preventing and Treating All Diseases through Diet, Lifestyle, and the Use of Natural Anti-Inflammatories Is about Changing your daily routine and eating habits to restore and maintain your health can be challenging. But compared to surgery or extensive drug regimens with debilitating side effects, the effort is decidedly worth it.Here to make things a bit easier, Dr. Sunil Pai presents a ten-step guide to help you prevent and treat disease through diet and lifestyle changes, as well as through the use of natural anti-inflammatories. With extensive information on the production of food, pharmaceuticals, and dietary supplements, this remarkable resource pulls back the veil on what's really in the foods and products you consume daily—and how they're affecting your health.All too often, conventional health care simply manages diseases rather than actually resolving them. By understanding that inflammation is the underlying trigger mechanism to all ailments, you can learn to prevent, reverse, and treat most chronic illnesses—including cancer—by applying integrative medicine's natural, evidence-based solutions.Informative, educational, and enlightening, this book will help you understand the truth and motivate you to start taking back your health! Dr. Pai also became one of the first Board Certified doctors in Holistic Integrative Medicine in the United States and he specializes in the health benefits of plant-based diets and the use of natural anti-inflammatories for the prevention and treatment of chronic diseases. Dr. Pai is also a Clinical Assistant Professor at the Department of Family and Community Medicine at the University of New Mexico School of Medicine and conducts seminars and workshops on a variety of health conditions. Dr. Pai lectures at national conferences and is actively publishing in the field of Integrative Medicine. Due to his success with cancer supportive therapies, Dr. Pai has been featured in many internet documentary series including and a variety of online health summits. Dr. Pai is known for being a health activist/influencer. He is sought out lecturer for speaking about the hidden truths within the food, pharmaceutical and dietary supplement industries. Dr. Pai consults with clinics in U.S., Curacao, Dubai, Thailand, India, Costa Rica and China on teaching his integrative medicine chronic disease and cancer supportive protocols. Dr. Pai's Integrative Medicine approach, evaluation, products and services are highly used by celebrities, actors, and musicians in the entertainment and music industries as well as professional athletes to improve and maintain their performance and longevity of their careers. Dr. Pai's hobbies include playing drums, guitar and music trivia and he thus he is known as the “RocDoc”. Dr. Pai lives in Albuquerque, New Mexico and his other interests include hiking and walking his dog, plant based cooking and yoga. 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In this episode, Nikki Gal and her guest Julia Oelke discuss topics such as social media, body image, her passion in the field of medicine, as well as the process + recovery within her cancer journey. Being 3 years cancer free, Julia has continued on within her life as a survivor and advocate for rare cancer encouraging those to never give up. Julia Oelke is former Miss Central Wisconsin USA 2021, colon cancer survivor, AUC medical student, as well as wellness enthusiast. Throughout her journey she has reminded others to listen to and take care of their bodies. It might save your life. Julia's Must Read: The Sparkle Effect by Kristen Dalton Wolfe @julia_oelke
We all know there are things you can do to improve your health and live longer like eating healthy and exercising, but there are many things you probably didn't know could help you live longer. There have been tons of studies done to look at various things that correlate and may impact a person's life expectancy and we are going to look at some of the most interesting things you can do for a happier, healthier and longer life. We are also going to call out a few things you might not know could actually shorten your life. How do relationships and friends impact your life expectancy? Does time in the sun actually shorten your life? Will good sex make you live longer? Does getting married affect your life expectancy? Listen to find out the answers to these questions and more. Then we will throw out some music recommendations in Jo Jam and wrap things up by getting a little personal in our Dish Bish segment at the end. Follow on Instagram: @BoomTequilaPodcastJoin our Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/boomtequilapodcastWatch on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCqro-8gXjDP_gVfwOhowJVw ----------Links/ResourcesStrengthen relationships for longer, healthier life https://www.health.harvard.edu/healthbeat/strengthen-relationships-for-longer-healthier-lifeCan Pets Help You Live Longer? https://habri.org/blog/shareable-infographic-can-pets-help-you-live-longer/ 12 Ways Sex Improves your live https://www.healthline.com/health/ways-sex-helps-you-live-longer#burns-calories Downside of marriage for women: The greater a wife's age gap from her husband, the lower her life expectancy https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2010/05/100512062631.htm Will Gardening help you live longer https://www.cnbc.com/2020/07/29/people-who-live-100-longer-share-this-hobby-longevity-experts-say-it-can-add-years-to-life.html Working and life expectancy https://www.qyral.com/blogs/news/does-hard-work-shorten-your-life 7 reasons monthly body massages help you live longer https://dayspaassociation.com/7-reasons-monthly-body-massage-helps-you-live-longer/ Study Ties Prolonged Sitting Sitting to Colon Cancer https://gialliance.com/gastroenterology-blog/new-study-ties-prolonged-sitting-to-increased-risk-of-colon-cancers How personal hygiene affects health https://www.healthfitnessrevolution.com/how-personal-hygiene-extends-life-expectancy-and-affects-health/ Clean home helps you live longer https://prohousekeepers.com/blog/clean-home-helps-you-live-healthier-and-longer/ Here's
Cancer is a ruthless disease, which is why the traditional treatment methods are so aggressive. But does everyone need chemo? Dr. Jeanne Tie doesn't think so. She's created a blood test that determines whether chemotherapy is necessary for patients living with colon cancer. Learn more: https://radiohealthjournal.org/why-chemotherapy-may-not-always-be-the-best-option/
Mushrooms are a valuable food and medicine, but which ones are best? Are they safe during treatment for cancer? What's the proper dose? Do they really affect immune function? Tina & Leah discuss all of this and more from a practical- and as always-naturopathic perspective.The use of mushrooms dates back thousands of years. As a food, mushrooms add nutrients like vitamin D, B vitamins and even protein to your diet. As a medicine, all mushrooms contain components that help support proper immune system balance. In addition, each mushroom (shitake, reishi, turkey tail, cordyceps, lion's mane, maitake, and even button!) has its own action on the body that helps support energy production, brain health, lung/ kidney function, etc, etc. In this episode, Tina & Leah discuss the do's and the don'ts when using mushrooms during and after treatment for cancer. Tune in, we guarantee you'll hear something useful. Or your money back!Want to support the show? Just buy us a coffee! Buymeacoffee and THANK YOU!Links we mentioned on this episode and other cool stuff:Immune effects of mushrooms in cancer care. Integr MedMushrooms for cancer US Dept Veterans AffairsMedicinal Mushrooms PDQ National Cancer InstituteHealth Benefits of mushrooms International J of MicrobiologyEating more mushrooms is associated with lower cancer risk Advances in NutritionMushrooms make vitamin D from sunshine NutrientsReishi and Turkey Tail improve life for those with cancer Frontier in PharmacologyAnatomy of a mushroom (illustrator's site) Jamie GreenMushroom tutorial Brandeis University Reishi benefits as complementary treatment Cochrane Database Syst RevShiitake led to an allergic reaction in 2 people J Allergy Clin ImmunolLinks below for info on individual medicinal mushrooms. Memorial Sloan KetteringTurkey Tail Cordyceps Maitake ReishiChaga Shiitake AHCC Support the show
Alexa Morrell, 32, colon cancer, Chelmsford, with son, Maddox (4) ● In 2020, Alexa was 29 years old and had just witnessed her son, Maddox, take hisfirst steps. Later that same day she learned that she had Stage 4 colon cancer.● Before her diagnosis, two weeks of bloody stools prompted her to visit agastroenterologist, then get a colonoscopy, with results showing a large abnormalmass in her sigmoid colon.● With the help of her oncologist, Dr. Mattew Yurgelun, she began 12 chemotherapytreatments, one every two weeks and tumor removal surgery. Following her finalchemotherapy infusion, Alexa's husband, Ryan, arranged a surprise parade of friendsand neighbors to celebrate her completion of treatment. Signs had phrases thatread: “You Did It!” and “In This Family, No One Fights Alone!”● After a second surgery in May 2020, Alexa was declared cancer-free. She was finallyable to hold her son, Maddox again, after the stitches healed and began workingfrom home.● Today, Alexa is committed to advocacy work, as colonoscopies are typicallyrecommended around age 45. She wants to help others so they don't have to gothrough what she did. Colon cancer facts● Colorectal cancer is the third most commonly diagnosed cancer in both men andwomen, excluding skin cancers. It is the 2nd leading cause of cancer death.● Colorectal cancer is on the rise in people younger than 50. By 2030, colon cancerincidence among Americans aged 20-34 years is expected to increase by 90%, withrectal cancer rates expected to increase by a staggering 124%.● Colorectal cancer on track to nearly double and be the leading cause of cancer deathin adults under 50 by 2030.● Colorectal cancer is often a silent disease, developing with no symptoms at all. Whensymptoms do occur, they may include the following:○ Blood in or on the stool ○ Change in bowel habits○ Stools that are narrower than usual○ General stomach discomfort (bloating, fullness, and/or cramps)○ Vomiting● There are now more than 1.5 million survivors of colorectal cancer in the UnitedStates.● The screening age was recently lowered from age 50 to 45 following the rising rate ofthe disease in younger adults.
Robert Hale, President and CEO of Granite Telecommunications and a co-founder of CopleyEquity Partners● Rob currently serves on Copley's investment committee and as an entrepreneur inresidence to assist the development of Copley's portfolio companies. Rob foundedGranite Telecommunications in 2002 and has grown the company into one of thelargest privately held telecommunications services companies in the U.S., withrevenues exceeding $1.5 billion.● Rob is the founder and board chair of Fox Rock Capital, a single-family office based inBoston, founding owner of FoxRock Properties, a commercial real estate firm, and isco-owner of the NBA's Boston Celtics and Boston Cannons of the Major LeagueLacrosse.● Rob lives in the Boston area with his wife and three children. He serves on the Boardof Trustees for Boston Children's Hospital, Brigham & Women's Hospital, the SouthShore YMCA, and the Massachusetts Soldiers Legacy Fund.● Robert Hale Sr. Rob Jr.'s father was a patient at the Dana-Farber and died in 2008from pancreatic cancer.● Rob and his family are philanthropic leaders in the Boston area. Alexa Morrell, 32, colon cancer, Chelmsford, with mom, Cheryl DiFrancesco, andson, Maddox (4)● In 2020, Alexa was 29 years old and had just witnessed her son, Maddox, take hisfirst steps. Later that same day she learned that she had Stage 4 colon cancer.● Before her diagnosis, two weeks of bloody stools prompted her to visit agastroenterologist, then get a colonoscopy, with results showing a large abnormalmass in her sigmoid colon.● With the help of her oncologist, Dr. Mattew Yurgelun, she began 12 chemotherapytreatments, one every two weeks and tumor removal surgery. Following her finalchemotherapy infusion, Alexa's husband, Ryan, arranged a surprise parade of friendsand neighbors to celebrate her completion of treatment. Signs had phrases thatread: “You Did It!” and “In This Family, No One Fights Alone!”● After a second surgery in May 2020, Alexa was declared cancer-free. She was finallyable to hold her son, Maddox again, after the stitches healed and began workingfrom home.● Today, Alexa is committed to advocacy work, as colonoscopies are typicallyrecommended around age 45. She wants to help others so they don't have to gothrough what she did. Colon cancer facts● Colorectal cancer is the third most commonly diagnosed cancer in both men andwomen, excluding skin cancers. It is the 2nd leading cause of cancer death.● Colorectal cancer is on the rise in people younger than 50. By 2030, colon cancerincidence among Americans aged 20-34 years is expected to increase by 90%, withrectal cancer rates expected to increase by a staggering 124%.● Colorectal cancer on track to nearly double and be the leading cause of cancer deathin adults under 50 by 2030.● Colorectal cancer is often a silent disease, developing with no symptoms at all. Whensymptoms do occur, they may include the following:○ Blood in or on the stool ○ Change in bowel habits○ Stools that are narrower than usual○ General stomach discomfort (bloating, fullness, and/or cramps)○ Vomiting● There are now more than 1.5 million survivors of colorectal cancer in the UnitedStates.● The screening age was recently lowered from age 50 to 45 following the rising rate ofthe disease in younger adults.
CF and Colon cancer, the risks are higher than you may be aware. Anna Payne is 35 years old and was diagnosed with stage 4 colon cancer a year ago.Anna is advocating to get colon cancer screening down to age 25 for people with CF. She's in the fight of her life, and she's fighting for others. I hope this podcast reaches CF families that need to hear this critical message, and that it makes you an advocate. Anna's Foundation: http://bccfa.orgAnna's email:buckscountyCfalliance@gmail.com Anna's Public Service Announcement: https://mail.google.com/mail/u/0/#inbox/KtbxLxGvbxbndnpNLnVrlGQpTHbCpnHxhg?projector=1CFRI's colon links: : https://www.cfri.org/acolonscopycansaveyourlife/Cystic Fibrosis Foundation information page: https://www.cff.org/managing-cf/about-colorectal-cancer
In the second podcast of the A Journey for Women of Color series, special guest moderator Kelly Swoope is joined by two Johns Hopkins Medicine experts to discuss the threat of colon cancer for women of color: colorectal surgeon, Dr. Alodia Gabre-Kidan and oncologist and Co-Director of Cancer Genetics and epigenetics, Dr. Nilofer Azad.
In this special episode, we conduct a trilateral discussion with Aasma Shaukat, MD, MPH and Erica Barnell, PhD on RNA-based stool testing for colorectal cancer detection, how Geneoscopy is thinking differently about patient recruitment for their trials, the future of colon cancer screening, the standards of liquid biopsy, and much more!Pertinent links:Geneoscopy - Reinventing Gastrointestinal HealthPublications:Multitarget Stool RNA Test for Noninvasive Detection of Colo... : Clinical and Translational Gastroenterology (lww.com)doi: 10.14309/ctg.0000000000000360Noninvasive Detection of High-Risk Adenomas Using Stool-Derived Eukaryotic RNA Sequences as Biomarkers - Gastroenterology (gastrojournal.org)https://doi.org/10.1053/j.gastro.2019.05.058
New 2022 - Your Microbiome: How To Tune-Up, Repair And Restore It - Sunil Pai, MD Sunil Pai, MD • https://sanjevani.net/ • Book - An Inflammation Nation: The Definitive 10-Step Guide to Preventing and Treating All Diseases through Diet, Lifestyle, and the Use of Natural Anti-Inflammatories #SunilPai #Inflammation #WholeFood #PlantBased 00:00:41 The Microbiome Is The First Line Of Defense Of Your Body00:14:19 Why Do I Get Acid Reflux When I Go To Sleep?00:31:48 Animal Proteins And Saturated Fats Definitely Cause Dysfunction In The Gut00:40:00 The Top 10 Genetically Modified Foods00:47:33 There Is No Study Showing Eating Animal Protein Will Prevent, Treat, Or Reverse Disease 00:56:34 Endotoxins Create Proinflammatory Triggers That Increase Risk Of Obesity And Diabetes01:08:09 Your Gut Is Affecting Your Mood and Your Mood Is Affecting Your Gut01:31:59 How Do We Train Doctors For Nutrition AND Environmental Exposures?01:44:26 Is Keto A Proinflammatory Diet? Sunil Pai, MD is an internationally recognized expert in Integrative Medicine, author, radio host, health activist/influencer and thought leader in the wellness industry. His book An Inflammation Nation: The Definitive 10-Step Guide to Preventing and Treating All Diseases through Diet, Lifestyle, and the Use of Natural Anti-Inflammatories Is about Changing your daily routine and eating habits to restore and maintain your health can be challenging. But compared to surgery or extensive drug regimens with debilitating side effects, the effort is decidedly worth it.Here to make things a bit easier, Dr. Sunil Pai presents a ten-step guide to help you prevent and treat disease through diet and lifestyle changes, as well as through the use of natural anti-inflammatories. With extensive information on the production of food, pharmaceuticals, and dietary supplements, this remarkable resource pulls back the veil on what's really in the foods and products you consume daily—and how they're affecting your health.All too often, conventional health care simply manages diseases rather than actually resolving them. By understanding that inflammation is the underlying trigger mechanism to all ailments, you can learn to prevent, reverse, and treat most chronic illnesses—including cancer—by applying integrative medicine's natural, evidence-based solutions.Informative, educational, and enlightening, this book will help you understand the truth and motivate you to start taking back your health! Dr. Pai also became one of the first Board Certified doctors in Holistic Integrative Medicine in the United States and he specializes in the health benefits of plant-based diets and the use of natural anti-inflammatories for the prevention and treatment of chronic diseases. Dr. Pai is also a Clinical Assistant Professor at the Department of Family and Community Medicine at the University of New Mexico School of Medicine and conducts seminars and workshops on a variety of health conditions. Dr. Pai lectures at national conferences and is actively publishing in the field of Integrative Medicine. Due to his success with cancer supportive therapies, Dr. Pai has been featured in many internet documentary series including and a variety of online health summits. Dr. Pai is known for being a health activist/influencer. He is sought out lecturer for speaking about the hidden truths within the food, pharmaceutical and dietary supplement industries. Dr. Pai consults with clinics in U.S., Curacao, Dubai, Thailand, India, Costa Rica and China on teaching his integrative medicine chronic disease and cancer supportive protocols. Dr. Pai's Integrative Medicine approach, evaluation, products and services are highly used by celebrities, actors, and musicians in the entertainment and music industries as well as professional athletes to improve and maintain their performance and longevity of their careers. Dr. Pai's hobbies include playing drums, guitar and music trivia and he thus he is known as the “RocDoc”. Dr. Pai lives in Albuquerque, New Mexico and his other interests include hiking and walking his dog, plant based cooking and yoga. 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Hair changes from treatment for cancer are common. Listen as Tina & Leah discuss what to expect, including which drugs lead to hair loss, how to reduce your risk, nutrients involved in hair regrowth, and ways to support hair recovery after treatment. Hair loss, also called alopecia, can be a challenging side effect for many people undergoing treatment. The loss of control, the cultural headwinds, the utter capitulation... It's a private initiation into a club you never wanted to be part of. Leah has been there. Links we mentioned in this episode and other cool stuff:Cancer drugs that cause hair loss and thinning Cancer.netNutrient deficiencies associated with hair loss Derm TherTreatment of “permanent” alopecia with minoxidil JAAD Case Report Wrapunzel how-to video YouTubeNatasha After Cancer Instagram head wrap tutorialsOverview of Hair Loss from Cancer.net ASCO Scalp cooling overview from Memorial Sloan Kettering MSKCCChemo Cold Caps Company websitePenguin Cold Caps Company websiteWhat is Vellus hair? Cleveland ClinicSupport the show
Phil Decker, who is battling stage IV colon cancer with the help of his team at the Nassif Community Cancer Center in Cedar Rapids, IA, discusses his cancer journey and experience running the Boston Marathon. Connie Dietiker, care coordinator at the Nassif Community Cancer Center, talks about the cancer care team and the roles they play in the patients cancer journey. Also, Dr. Doug Purdy, gastroenterologist at St. Luke's Gastroenterology, discusses recent trends in colon cancer and why it is crucial to get your regular screening colonoscopy.Featured speakers in order of appearance:Phil Decker, colon cancer patient and awareness advocateDr. Doug Purdy, gastroenterologist, St. Luke's GastroenterologyConnie Dietiker, RN, care coordinator, Nassif Community Cancer CenterFor information on Phil's upcoming fundraisers visit https://tell5friends.org/how-to-helpTo learn more about Phil's cancer journey, read this story: https://www.communitycancercenter.org... If you are over 45, talk to your doctor today about colon cancer screening, or call St. Luke's Gastroenterology at (319) 366-8695. For more on services provided by the Nassif Community Cancer Center, visit communitycancercenter.org.
The American Cancer Society (ACS) reports that colon cancer, after skin malignancies, is the third most prevalent cancer diagnosed in the United States. Last year alone, the ACS reported that 104,270 Americans were diagnosed with colon cancer. While it's true that colon cancer typically affects older adults, it can happen at any age. Statistically, the rates of colon cancer have been increasing in younger people, with a 2% per year increase among people under 50. There was also a drop in the colon cancer survival rate among younger adults. Hence, healthcare professionals strongly advise regular colorectal cancer screenings for those aged 45 to 75. Watch today's episode, This Is Getting Old: Moving Towards An Age-Friendly World, where we'll look at colon cancer's signs and symptoms, causes, and prevention measures. Key points covered in this episode: ✔️ What is Colorectal (Colon) Cancer? Colon cancer is a type of cancer that begins in the colon (large intestine)—the last part of your digestive system. This type of cancer is sometimes called colorectal cancer, which is a term that combines the colon and the rectum, but cancer begins in the rectum. The disease typically starts as a small, non-cancerous or benign polyp—a clump of cells forming inside the colon. But over time, these polyps can become colon cancers. ✔️ Symptoms and Early Warning Signs of Colon Cancer So you should see a doctor if you have any of these symptoms, If you have a persistent change in your bowel habits A change in the consistency of your stool Rectal bleeding, or blood in your stool Persistent abdominal discomfort (gas cramps or pain) A feeling that you're bowel isn't emptying all the way. Experiencing weakness or fatigue Unexplained weight loss ✔️ Even Black Panther Didn't Escape Colon Cancer You may remember Chadwick Boseman, who played the role of the superhero Black Panther. He died at age 43 of colon cancer. While most people think colon cancer is just a diagnosis for older adults, the rates of colorectal cancer have been falling for older adults, but are rising for younger adults. ✔️Did You Know That Race And Ethnicity Have Something To Do With Colon Cancer? African-Americans are 20% more likely to get colorectal cancer, but they're also 40% likely to die from it compared to any other racial group. If you are an African-American and in a high-risk category, please talk to your health care provider because they may recommend starting your colon cancer screening earlier—even as early as your thirties. ✔️Is Colon Cancer Hereditary? 1 out of 3 people who get colorectal cancer have a family member who have also had the disease or polyps. Having a first-degree relative's (parent, sibling, or child) history of colorectal cancer does increase your risk. If any of your blood relatives has had colon cancer, you're at greater risk, so you should start screening earlier. ✔️The Role of Diet in Colorectal Cancer Incidence It is believed that the typical low-fiber, high-fat Western diet increases your chances of colon cancer, but research studies have had mixed results. Some studies have found an increased risk of cancer in people who eat diets high in red meat and processed meats. This is why France has now called for a ban on the nitrate additive for ham and charcuterie. ✔️The Link Between Alcohol, Smoking, and Colon Cancer Smoking tobacco has been linked to all types of cancers for a long time, including colon cancer. While it is known that moderate to heavy alcohol drinking increases your risk, but even light to moderate alcohol intake has been associated with some risk increase. ✔️ When and How Often Should You Get a Colonoscopy? Colon cancer screening can be a stool-based test (visual exam) done in your doctors office annually, but the gold standard screening is the colonoscopy. This test is crucial because you may not have any symptoms of colon cancer, but if polyps are found during the colonoscopy, they can be removed before they turn into cancer. ✔️ 45 is the new 50 For an average-risk person, you should start screening at age 45 and continue every ten years as long as you're in good health and have a life expectancy of more than ten years. You should get colonoscopies until you're at least 75 years old. Then from 75 to 85, you can decide if you want to be screened based on your overall health, life expectancy, and prior screening history. When you reach the age of 85, screening is no longer recommended. ✔️How To Avoid Colon Cancer? Move It! Not being active increases your risk. So you've got to move it—10,000 steps a day should be your goal. Maintain Healthy Weight Being overweight also increases your risk. A healthy BMI is a BMI of less than 25. A BMI of 25 to 29.9 is considered overweight, but over 30 is considered obese. So make sure we keep our weight where it needs to be. Use this tool to calculate your BMI. Stop Smoking It's never too late to quit smoking so talk to your health care provider about ways to quit. Drink Alcohol in Moderation For ladies, this means one drink a day; and men, you get two. Stick to a Plant-based Diet Foods that come from their original wrapper are the types of foods that you want to eat. You can never go wrong with including a variety of whole grains, vegetables, fruits, and nuts in your diet. If you have questions, comments, or need help, please feel free to drop a one-minute audio or video clip and email it to me at email@example.com, and I will get back to you by recording an answer to your question. About Melissa Batchelor, PhD, RN, FNP, FGSA, FAAN I earned my Bachelor of Science in Nursing ('96) and Master of Science in Nursing ('00) as a Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP) from the University of North Carolina Wilmington (UNCW) School of Nursing (SON). I genuinely enjoy working with the complex medical needs of older adults. I worked full-time for five years as FNP in geriatric primary care across many long-term care settings (skilled nursing homes, assisted living, home, and office visits), then transitioned into academic nursing in 2005, joining the faculty at UNCW SON as a lecturer. I obtained my PhD in Nursing and a post-master's Certificate in Nursing Education from the Medical University of South Carolina College of Nursing ('11). I then joined the faculty at Duke University School of Nursing as an Assistant Professor. My family moved to northern Virginia in 2015 which led to me joining the George Washington University (GW) School of Nursing faculty in 2018 as a (tenured) Associate Professor. I am also the Director of the GW Center for Aging, Health, and Humanities. Please find out more about her work at https://melissabphd.com/.
Colorectal cancer is one of the leading causes of cancer death, but is remarkably treatable if caught early. Unfortunately, because of the invasive nature of the colonoscopy, many elect not to have this procedure done in a regular and timely manner. Colorectal cancers advance from normal cells through several distinct neoplasias, each with distinct patterns of gene expression. Today's guest is Dr. Erica Barnell from Geneoscopy. They have devised a test to identify evidence of precancerous gene expression in the stool. This advance makes early detection more feasible, along with a higher likelihood of frequent testing, at a significantly lower cost than outpatient procedures. Genoscopy Information:Website: www.geneoscopy.comLinkedIn: @GeneoscopyTwitter: @GeneoscopyCo Facebook: @GeneoscopyCo
Skin & nail changes can happen with chemotherapy, radiation, oral drugs, and immune-directed therapies for cancer. There are ways to lower your risk with natural agents and simple measures. Tune in to hear two naturopathic physicians, Tina & Leah, discuss what you can do.Changes to your nails and skin are more than merely aesthetic. If left untreated, they can be severe enough to prompt modifications in your treatment plan. Reducing your risk of developing skin and nail damaging side effects is possible, and we talk about natural ways to do just that. Links we mentioned in this episode and other cool stuff:Radiation recall on the skin Cancer ConnectHand-Foot Syndrome Cancer.net (ASCO)Biotin information Memorial Sloan KetteringHoofAlive product Hoof Alive WebpageAloe Vera for Radiation Dermatitis Current OncologyCalendula for radiation-induced skin changes (dermatitis) AntioxidantsSitz bath container for a toilet seat AmazonBulk herbs from Starwest Botanicals, Frontier Co-Op, and Mountain Rose HerbsNail diagnoses with pics and explanations Medical ManualSupport the show
How good do you want to feel? Colon Cancer robs vitality and joy. Too often, it is deadly. In today's episode, Dr. Debbie shares insights and strategies to decrease your risk and enhance your outcome. This is information that can increase your vitality and take the stress out of being healthy!
In this episode, Guido Baechler discusses the pandemic's impact on healthcare and preventative health, personalizing cancer care after diagnosis and more. Welcome to another exciting episode of Oncology Overdrive :13 About Baechler :18 The interview: 1:00 Tell me how you got into this space and into this role. 1:24 Do you feel like the COVID pandemic has changed the way many people are thinking about healthcare and preventative health? ... What do you think the impacts of the pandemic have been on all of what you do? 4:09 Do you feel like it's impacted the way that patients are deciding what care to receive? … Do you feel that this is one way to get around that challenge? 5:15 Explain to me what this company does…what all do you offer, and what's different about your company than other companies that do similar work? 6:34 With the way we're able to personalize cancer care after diagnosis, it sounds like you think we might even be able to personalize the screening of cancer care, from everything from pancreatic cancer to colon cancer and other malignancies? 9:55 How do you explain all of this to patients? … How does this type of information […] translate [that] to patients and help them understand why this is such an innovative thing for them? 10:56 Do you think that there's going to be even more beyond this where it can become even more simple to do this type of screening? … Do you think we're heading in a direction where it might be even simpler to do screening in the future? 14:02 If you had a magic wand, and you could do whatever you wanted or say whatever you wanted and it would happen, what would be your ideal situation to see for screening in five, 10, 15 years? 15:43 When you thought about your career, is this something that you thought you'd be doing? Is this something, twenty years ago, you thought you'd be talking about – colon cancer screening and innovative ways to prevent cancer with new technologies? 17:20 Do you feel that there's any utility for this type of screening to be applied, or to be implemented in a younger population … with the increase in number of young people we're finding with new colon cancers now? 18:21 Is there anything you wanted to cover that we didn't get a chance to talk about yet? 19:53 How to contact Baechler 20:50 Thanks for listening 21:23 Guido Baechler is CEO and director at Mainz Biomed. We'd love to hear from you! Send your comments/questions to Dr. Jain at firstname.lastname@example.org. Follow us on Twitter @HemOncToday and @ShikhaJainMD. Baechler can be reached at mainzbiomed.com or by email at email@example.com. Disclosures: Jain reports she is a paid freelance writer for Lippincott. Baechler reports he is CEO and director at Mainz Biomed.
Join Liz Cruz M.D. and Tina Nunziato, Certified Holistic Nutrition Consultant, as they discuss a recent study about charcuterie boards. Learn the definition of charcuterie and what on that board is causing colon cancer. Watch us on YouTube: https://youtu.be/iIQZS6soEe8 Dr. Cruz is a Board Certified Gastroenterologist who practices in Phoenix, AZ. Along with her wife Tina Nunziato, a Certified Holistic Nutritionist, they have helped tens of thousands of individuals get well from a more holistic standpoint. They focus on issues such as constipation, diarrhea, acid reflux, heartburn, gas, bloating, food sensitivities, IBS, Crohn's disease, and diverticulitis in addition to a person's general overall health. They do this by teaching about real food, water, digestive enzymes, probiotics, detox, greens, electrolytes, food sensitivity testing, and so much more. If you're struggling with finding the answers to your issues, tired of not feeling well, and sick of taking over the counter and prescription medicines, schedule a FREE 30 minute phone consult at www.drlizcruz.com.For more information visit www.digestthispodcast.com or www.drlizcruz.com. Enjoy the show! Dr. Liz Cruz and Tina Nunziato, CHNC
Lose two pounds in one sitting: taking the Mioscenic route by Dr Michael Greger at NutritionFacts.org. Original post: https://nutritionfacts.org/video/lose-two-pounds-one-sitting-taking-mioscenic-route/ Related Episodes: 295 Dr. Michael Greger is a physician, New York Times bestselling author, and internationally recognized speaker on nutrition, food safety, and public health issues. A founding member and Fellow of the American College of Lifestyle Medicine, Dr. Greger is licensed as a general practitioner specializing in clinical nutrition. He is a graduate of the Cornell University School of Agriculture and Tufts University School of Medicine. In 2017, Dr. Greger was honored with the ACLM Lifestyle Medicine Trailblazer Award and became a diplomat of the American Board of Lifestyle Medicine. He founded NUTRITIONFACTS.ORG is a non-profit, non-commercial, science-based public service provided by Dr. Michael Greger, providing free updates on the latest in nutrition research via bite-sized videos. There are more than a thousand videos on nearly every aspect of healthy eating, with new videos and articles uploaded every day. His latest books —How Not to Die, the How Not to Die Cookbook, and How Not to Diet — became instant New York Times Best Sellers. His two latest books, How to Survive a Pandemic and the How Not to Diet Cookbook were released in 2020. 100% of all proceeds he has ever received from his books, DVDs, and speaking engagements have always and will always be donated to charity. How to support the podcast: Share with others. Recommend the podcast on your social media. Follow/subscribe to the show wherever you listen. Buy some vegan/plant based merch: https://www.plantbasedbriefing.com/shop Follow Plant Based Briefing on social media: Twitter: @PlantBasedBrief YouTube: YouTube.com/PlantBasedBriefing Facebook: Facebook.com/PlantBasedBriefing LinkedIn: Plant Based Briefing Podcast Instagram: @PlantBasedBriefing #vegan #plantbased #Plantbasednutrition #veganpodcast #plantbasedpodcast #plantbasedbriefing #drgreger #nutritionfacts #wfpb #wholefoodplantbased #paleo #fiber #fiberdeficiency #huntergatherer #chronicdisease #cancer #heartdisease #cholesterol #statin #constipation #hemorrhoids #diverticulitis #appendicitis #coloncancer #obesity #cancer
Nerve damage from chemotherapy can lead to lingering effects after treatment. There are several natural agents that can help. But, some can actually make it worse too! Listen in while Tina & Leah discuss how to prevent chemotherapy-induced peripheral neuropathy (CIPN) and what to (safely) do if you already have it.Chemotherapy drugs are designed to be toxic to cancer cells but sometimes they are also toxic to your nervous system. This can have long-term consequences. Take heart, there are ways to lessen the risk during treatment. There are also ways to improve peripheral neuropathy symptoms after treatment. Did you know that there is clinical trial data that shows this? (We may be creative, but not when it comes to recommending treatments.)Links we mention in this episode and other cool stuff:What drugs are most likely to cause chemotherapy-induced peripheral neuropathy American Cancer SocietyHigh-dose L-glutamine for taxane-induced peripheral neuropathy. Clinical Cancer ResearchOmega-3 fatty acids and taxane-induced peripheral neuropathy BMC CancerHigh dose L-glutamine in oxaliplatin-induced peripheral neuropathy The OncologistReview of natural agents & chemotherapy-induced peripheral neuropathy (CIPN) Nutrients (2022)Review of vitamin E studies - it only works for cis/carboplatin-induced CIPN (Frontiers in Cryotherapy)The ASCO guidelines for CIPN (We don't agree with doing nothing.) ASCOFrozen gloves (cryotherapy) for prevention of CIPN Annals of OncologyScrambler therapy for pain management Support Care CancerCytokines as targets in CIPN CytokineAlpha-lipoic acid alongside a taxane drug and doxorubicin Support Care Cancer (2022)Exercise counteracts CIPN symptoms Support Cancer CareReview of data on exercise and CIPN Cancer NursingWorse CIPN with the concurrent use of Acetyl-L-Carnitine J National Cancer InstituteSupport the show
WhichMat Podcast Ep. #26: Billy Murphy Jr. talks about training Jiu-Jitsu despite two hip replacements, stage 4 colon cancer and a host of plates and screws.This podcast was formally known as the Jiu-Jitsu Jabber Podcast and has since been rebranded to The WhichMat Podcast.
My buddy, http://timsliver.com/ (Tim McDonald), joins me to share his story of dealing with stage 4 colon cancer and is journey to find a liver donor. Please help spread Tim's message by sharing this link: http://timsliver.com/ (http://timsliver.com/) Follow Tim here: On Twitter: http://twitter.com/tamcdonald (twitter.com/tamcdonald) On Instagram: http://instagram.com/timamcdonald (instagram.com/timamcdonald) On LinkedIn: http://linkedin.com/in/timamcdonald (linkedin.com/in/timamcdonald)
"I will be strong and courageous. I will not be terrified; I will not be discouraged. For you, my Lord, are with me wherever I go." These are the words that soon became the family prayer for Ivelisse Page, a stage IV Colon Cancer survivor. In this episode of the Kathryn For Real podcast, host Kathryn Gordon is joined by Ivelisse Page, a loving wife and mother of four, where they discuss Ivelisse's journey - before, during and after her battle with Colon Cancer - using unconventional and alternative medicine. After Ivelisse and her husband, Jimmy, consulted a variety of doctors and spent much time in Prayer - a conclusion was made that conventional Chemotherapy was not going to offer the best results or quality of life. Ivelisse was given the green light to start a holistic and alternative approach which included daily injections of Mistletoe and Thymus. Ivelisse has beaten the 8% survival rate and has been completely Cancer Free since December 2008, without ever going through Chemotherapy. Ivelisse's positive outlook and perseverance has inspired me, along with hundreds of thousands of individuals. This amazing story needs to be heard, as it could save lives. Share this Podcast with everyone you know and leave a review with what inspired you after listening to this episode! Ivelisse is the Executive Director and Co-Founder of the Believe Big Organization. Believe Big helps Cancer patients and their families by bridging the gap between conventional and complementary medicine to heal all aspects of life. Learn more about how Believe Big is impacting cancer research at Believebig.org.
In this episode we will discuss Colon Cancer. Since we don't have a guest this week it will be just the hosts this week. Colon cancer is a type of cancer that begins in the large intestine (colon). The colon is the final part of the digestive tract. Colon cancer typically affects older adults, though it can happen at any age. It usually begins as small, noncancerous (benign) clumps of cells called polyps that form on the inside of the colon. Over time some of these polyps can become colon cancers. Polyps may be small and produce few, if any, symptoms. For this reason, doctors recommend regular screening tests to help prevent colon cancer by identifying and removing polyps before they turn into cancer. If colon cancer develops, many treatments are available to help control it, including surgery, radiation therapy and drug treatments, such as chemotherapy, targeted therapy and immunotherapy. Colon cancer is sometimes called colorectal cancer, which is a term that combines colon cancer and rectal cancer, which begins in the rectum. . (Credits: MAYO Clinic)
As you know, I am bringing awareness to IBD, Crohn's, UC, Colon Cancer, Auto Immune Disorders, and childhood sickness. You will be so inspired by hearing Jason and his mom's story. They encouraged me so much even with our own walk with my son's disease. Jason Roberts is 25 years old and currently lives in New Orleans, Louisiana. He grew up in Georgia and played baseball all throughout his upbringing. Was diagnosed at 16 with severe IBD and life was radically changed. Melissa Roberts is the 59 year old wife of Paul Roberts (married 38 years) and mother to 5 children -Melissa had surgery to remove her colon in 1990 had the second surgery to connect internally the same year. God has done a great work of healing in her and her son's lives! You will hear about how Jason dealt with anger and rebellion due to his illness. You will hear from Melissa the difference in perspective when you are going through sickness verses when your child is going through the sickness. Jason was only 16 years old at the time when he was diagnosed and things accelerated in a downward spiral. He was in shock and knew that he was very sick and near death. We talked about how God is near to us even in the darkest, coldest places in our lives. I can't wait for you to hear this whole story. You will be inspired. I want to share this scripture with you today. In the podcast I mentioned that it was in the book of Isaiah, but it's actually in the book of Jeremiah. Jeremiah 31:2-4 Thus says the Lord: “The people who survived the sword Found grace in the wilderness— Israel, when I went to give him rest.” The Lord has appeared of old to me, saying: “Yes, I have loved you with an everlasting love; Therefore with lovingkindness I have drawn you. Again I will build you, and you shall be rebuilt, God wants to rebuild everything that the enemy has torn down in your life. Keep believing and don't lose faith. You will feel the Love of God in the podcast and I pray the Holy Spirit will draw you to God's heart by showing your kindness and love. There are many feelings involved with IBD: fear, sadness, confusion, anger, self-pity. It affects every aspect of your life - physically, spiritually and emotionally. Because being confined to either the hospital or home can bring on all those feelings and emotions. Here's a word from Jason and Melissa if you have been diagnosed with this disease! Jason - hold fast to God and don't let go of your faith in Him. Watch what He does, because He will work and be faithful. It's ok to be afraid or angry and be as gentle with yourself as you can because it's easy to be hard on yourself. This disease is not your fault. Melissa - don't be afraid to ask people for help and make sure people are praying for you. There were many times we literally felt we were being carried on the prayers of people. If you'd like to get in touch with Melissa or Jason, you can reach out right here: Social Media: Jason - Facebook: facebook.com/jason.roberts Melissa - Facebook: facebook.com/melissakoonroberts Instagram: mkrobs919 // Twitter: mkrobs
I was surprised by this interview so many times: Dry farming with no electricity—what?Founding said farm at 16, and sticking with it for 23 years? Colon cancer diagnosis at 37, and beating the odds with a full recovery, thank heavens. Oh, and gray hair at 18!Jennifer Lee Segale is a professional botanist and founder of Wildflower Farms, an organic landscape design and consulting company specializing in coastal plantings, edible gardens, habitat restoration and unique plant sourcing. She has a rich background in farming and plant propagation, and her design and consulting services focus on plant and soil care.The farm's no-till, dry-farmed medicinal herbs also supply Segale's skincare and wellness brand Garden Apothecary, with two storefronts in Half Moon Bay, CA. "Garden Apothecary is really set apart from other brands by our growing of ingredients and making everything in-house," she says. "We really try to come from the plant's perspective, with gentle growing techniques and minimal harvesting—thus being able to offer unique and sustainable products, with a lot of integrity behind them."Jenn lives by the beach with her husband, two step-children, piles of books and her two sweet dogs, Sorrel and Oolong.Links: Wildflower FarmsGarden ApothecaryWildflower Farms on InstagramGarden Apothecary on InstagramAmerican Cancer Society—Colorectal CancerWhat is Colorectal Cancer—CDCUCSF Colon CancerUCSF Mission BayGarden Apothecary herb teasHalf Moon HoneyGarden Apothecary Higher Ground facial serum Support the show
There are colon cancer patients who do not feel comfortable speaking to others about their journey. For Merrill Culverhouse, who was diagnosed with colon cancer at 43 years old, talking about his journey has never been a problem. In addition to good therapy for himself, Merrill felt sharing might make a difference in someone else's life, too. Whether it helped someone decide to follow up with their doctor about symptoms they were having or to follow through with having a colonoscopy for the first time, Merrill wanted to think what he was saying made a difference. To give others a place to share, Merrill started the South Alabama Semi-Colon Club. In addition to being a pharmacist, Merrill is also a restaurant owner, using his Wheelhouse Restaurant as the meeting place for the group. Tonight, Merrill is sharing his colon cancer experience and mission from his restaurant in Opp. I hope you will listen as Merrill has an urgent message to be proactive when it comes to colorectal health. Listen & share.
On this MADM, Merrill Culverhouse is sharing about a group he started after having his own battle with colon cancer. Merrill hopes to have people be more open about what they experience with colon cancer and help remove any stigma associated with having colon cancer. Sponsor: BamaEstatePlanning.com
“There is something about being content…we talked about us being neighbors, I have outgrown my house but I'm not moving. I appreciate having coffee on the front porch on Saturdays when its just my wife and I. That… does it for me.” Hello my faithful listeners, welcome to Episode #21! Thanks for sticking with me! I have so much good stuff in the pipeline! I am incredibly thankful that YOU are carving out a chunk of your time to spend with me today. Now, I need to warn you this episode is really intense and also one you will not be able to stop listening to. So, be prepared. Today we dive into my friend Michael Hackett's journey with cancer. If you live in Baton Rouge, you have seen Michael's smiling handsome face on billboards all over town in the past few years with the tagline, “We don't treat Cancer, We treat Michael.” Michael is incredible vulnerable about his cancer journey, about what he wished he had done before hand, about the process, and about what he takes away from this difficult journey. For my listeners who have cancer or who have fought it, or have someone close to them who has, my heart is with you. Michael's candor will draw you into his incredible story and I promise you'll walk away inspired, challenged, and likely need a few tissues as we dive deep into some of life's biggest questions and challenges. This conversation felt something similar to my talk with David Magee, episode number 1. I think anyone listening could hear the sincerity, the vulnerability, and the honesty of Michael, which makes it a story we can all connect to. No one is putting on a show here, this is just the raw truth. I hope you enjoyed this as much as I did, and that you now know that Michael is so much more than just the cancer guy. And, perhaps the biggest takeaway for me from this is the importance of having a great circle around you, to walk with you, through the good and the bad. The quote Michael said really rescinded with me and will be how we wrap this one up, “Shared joy is double joy. Shared sorrow is half sorrow.” Timeline:2:37- 4:30 Intro/Background5:00 “When did you first know there was a problem?”6:00: Start Cancer Story8:37 Bloody stool cannot be ignored any more11:00 Long walk the night before surgery, conversation about what goes wrong…12:00“The night before my surgery…she's such a strong beautiful person…”15:30 “I don't think I did this to myself… I'm not Googling anything, I'm just following my instructions… Physically I felt like a 1/10, but mentally spiritually emotionally I felt like a 10/10”17:00 “And that's the one thing I am proud of that I still do today.”19:15 “Can you put us in the chair for round 1 of Chemo?”27:00 Stopped Chemo due to C-Diff29:00 “What i went through was nothing, it was 7 months of my life, when you see a child, knowing what you are going through, knowing the pain and suffering you are going through…”33:37 Getting good progress Reports from Docs. “All I gotta do is get to the finish line?”35:00 “You ring the bell and people come to celebrate…”39:00 “Tell me a few ways this experience has changed you?” “I never realized how friendships and family… its just unbelievable, I have so many people literally in my phone I can call up and have a meaningful conversation with, I'm talking hundreds of people. A lot of people don't have that.”41:00 “How has your relationship with fear changed?”42:00 “There is something about being content…we talked about us being neighbors, I have outgrown my house but I'm not moving. I appreciate having coffee on the front porch on Saturdays when it's just my wife and I. That… does it for me. More than I ever would have imagined.”44:15 “Ego is really dangero
Michael Riehle joins Lee to discuss his journey with colorectal cancer, the challenges of living NES (No Evidence of Disease) and the value of the https://www.facebook.com/groups/579075395989971/?hoisted_section_header_type=recently_seen&multi_permalinks=1152467818650723 (Man Up to Cancer; The Howling Place) Facebook group.
On this week's episode, Nicole and Alanna are joined by Leslie Jacobs Toole, a local Cincinnati momma with a story to tell. She had actually followed Alanna for a while on social media and once she learned of GWGP, she reached out to share her BRCA Gene story with the gals. Being a topic both Alanna and Nicole were not very familiar with, it was a no-brainer to have her on the show. In this episode, Leslie shares with us about her long family history with breast cancer - including her mother, who was diagnosed with breast cancer at the young age of 34. After witnessing her mother's suffering, she recognized the very real possibility she could have the BRCA Gene and also develop cancer like her mother. Against her mother's blessing, Leslie got tested - and the test came back positive. Then, in 2012 at the age of 24, she took her own health into her hands and got a double mastectomy. We were so blessed that Leslie felt comfortable enough to share the vulnerable details of how cancer and BRCA has affected her life - and we think others who are in a similar position will feel comforted and seen by her kind testimony - including how neglecting her emotional healing led her down a path that eventually led to her sobriety (7 years now!) If your family has been touched by breast cancer and you're curious about the BRCA gene, then this is a wonderful conversation that you absolutely won't want to miss! If you want to learn more about the podcast and the hosts, visit our website at www.girlswithgutspodcast.com. Follow us on social media! Instagram: @girlswithgutspodcast Twitter: @girlswgutspod Facebook: www.facebook.com/girlswithgutspodcast Alanna's Instagram: @alannamartella Nicole's Instagram: @thenikkidee Leslie's Socials: Instagram: @leslieajacobs Bright Pink, A Supportive Community for Breats and Ovarian Cancer: Website: https://www.brightpink.org/ Instagram: @bebrightpink
Ana tells her story of childhood disease of Crohn's and how she is dealing with the challenges it brings. If you've been following my journey with my son Rhett Swanson, then you know I am bringing awareness to IBD, Crohn's, Ulcerated Colitis, Colon Cancer, Ileostomy bags, and childhood disease. Today you will hear about Ana's story of survival and how she got through it all. Ana is 28 years old and started to get sick at 14, but not officially diagnosed until 15. She graduated from high school even though she was sick in 2012 and went to college for nursing. She joined the BCM at her first college and went through a lot of sickness in school. Eventually she had to move back closer to home and went to Ga State University at Perimeter college. She got a degree finally in 2018. Still all while going through illness physically, mentally and emotionally. She sadly never made it to nursing school, but she was able to go on many mission trips. Ana is still going through so much with Crohn's disease including having to have a month long stay in January 2022. That was the longest hospital stay that ended in two surgeries. One ended in one of her worse nightmares of having to get a temporary Ostomy bag. Things were really rough for a while, but slowly got better! Due to Covid and not being able to work she decided to open her own business of painting! Then this May 2022, she published her first book! Her powerful story of trials and triumphs is still going and she is getting stronger each day. She stands upon Phil. 4:13 I can do ALL THINGS through Jesus Christ who gives me strength. You are going to be so inspired by her story.
Stay in your present. Stop talking about your problems, your fears of a future that's unknown, because it's robbing you of your daily joy. If you enjoyed this episode, make sure and give us a five star rating and leave us a review on iTunes, Podcast Addict, Podchaser and Castbox. Sign up for the next Follow-Through Challenge Follow me on Social Media:Amy on IGAmy on Facebook Resources:AmyLedin.comLean Bodies Consulting (LBC)LBC University
The second paper from #ASCO2022 #ASCO22 that I break down This is one of the most technical papers I breakdown on the channel CT DNA used to omit chemo in Stage II colon cancer Read the book Malignant if you learn from this Watch the YouTube Figures https://youtu.be/QxOBIi7I2BU