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Breast Cancer Conversations is a podcast produced by Survivingbreastcancer.org where we inject positivity into the very fabric of a breast cancer diagnosis. Breast Cancer Conversations provides education, and inspiration, and offers hope. You will hear stories from those diagnosed with breast cancer, interviews with medical professionals, and thought-leadership emerging from the oncology field. Welcome to our breast cancer community! Welcome to the conversation.
 
Featuring one-on-one interviews conducted by Dr Neil Love, this series bridges the gap between research and patient care by providing medical oncologists, hematologists and hematology-oncology fellows ongoing access to the perspectives and opinions of national and international breast cancer clinical investigators.
 
Laura is a two time breast cancer survivor currently living with and healing from Stage 4 Metastatic Breast Cancer. She's a Certified Life, Health, Nutrition Coach, and Wellness professional. She supports women in dropping their warrior shield after a diagnosis and treatment of breast cancer so they can release the pressure to go back to normal and create a life that's even better than before breast cancer. This show gives you tools you can apply to your life today, to support your body and ...
 
The Breast Cancer Conqueror Podcast features Wellness Warriors who have had a powerful impact in the world of Health and Happiness. Each episode provides information about various healing modalities and facets of creating vibrant health. Hosted by Dr. Veronique Desaulniers, better known as Dr. V, founder of Breast Cancer Conqueror and The 7 Essentials System, whose passion is to empower women around the globe to live their best life through healing of body, mind and spirit.
 
CancerCare's free Connect Education Workshops are a way for people to learn about cancer-related issues from the convenience of their home or office. Leading experts in oncology provide the most up-to-date information in these workshops to help you and your loved ones better understand and cope with your cancer diagnosis, treatment options, quality-of-life concerns, treatment side effects, pain management, doctor-patient communication and other important topics.
 
Breast Cancer Stories is about what happens when you have breast cancer, told in real time. Whether you’ve just been diagnosed with breast cancer or love someone who has, this podcast is here to help you through the shock of diagnosis and treatment. The first season of Breast Cancer Stories follows Kristen Vengler, a 56 year old single empty nester in San Diego, from her diagnosis of hormone positive breast cancer through chemotherapy, double mastectomy & breast reconstruction, radiation, an ...
 
Upfront About Breast Cancer provides people affected by breast cancer and their family with real stories, insights and helpful tips from those who have had their own breast cancer experience as well as access to the latest essential information from a range of different health professionals and experts. Conversational in style, Upfront About Breast Cancer explores a range of topics designed to help those at all stages diagnosed with early breast cancer, DCIS or metastatic breast cancer, and ...
 
Getting through breast cancer is hard. Googling your diagnosis is terrifying...Facebook cancer groups are overwhelming...where do you go when you feel all alone? No matter what your diagnosis, stage, treatment or type of breast cancer, you belong here. Authentic interviews with Superbad women who have “been there, done that” on their breast cancer journey. Find tricks to get through the nasty cancer business and how to get your sassy back when the treatments and surgeries are done.
 
Since my diagnosis twelve years ago, I have been dedicated to researching lifestyle changes and supporting clinical research to achieve the prevention of breast cancer. My goal is to raise awareness of the need for research funding for the primary prevention of women's cancers and to share information to help those facing this journey. My posts are educational and include my journey with bilateral breast cancer and my year of treatment including a double mastectomy and reconstruction. I have ...
 
A cancer diagnosis changes everything. As a woman of color, where do you go or who do you turn to when you’re in the midst of the fight of your life? You search online for stories and images of women who’ve gone through treatment and look like you, but you find little to nothing. That’s where For the Breast of Us comes in. Baddie 2 Baddie is the podcast by For the Breast of Us hosted by the FTBOU Team where we share real life experiences, education and information to help you live you best l ...
 
Welcome to the CupArise Podcast. This platform is for sharing relatable and empowering perspectives on breast cancer for black women and their loved ones either living in their home countries or in the diaspora. Each episode, we will look to answer questions such as, why do barriers to early presentation persist? How can we enhance breast cancer awareness at an individual level? We will discuss facts about breast cancer, and the importance of early detection. Guests will share stories of the ...
 
You were diagnosed with breast cancer and beat it. Congrats! You counted down until the day you could put the journey behind you and return to your life as you knew it before cancer. That day is here and yet you are still asking yourself, "When will things be normal again?" If you have been feeling like you are struggling emotionally, physically, and spiritually in your post cancer life, you are not alone. Here's the good news: You have a second chance at life and you aren't going to let it ...
 
'And Then Came Breast Cancer' is a podcast series created by Future Dreams Breast Cancer Charity, for anyone whose lives have been touched by the disease. Hosted by the award-winning journalist Victoria Derbyshire - herself a breast cancer survivor - each episode discusses an aspect of the cancer journey, from how to spot the first signs, to dealing with the aftermath of treatment and everything in between. The discussions are frank and honest but also practical. It is a podcast that will ho ...
 
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Algae is one of the most alkaline, chlorophyll-rich, high-protein, nutrient-dense foods in the world! Thanks, momma ocean! Catharine’s journey into the fascinating world of algae began in 2008 when her sister was diagnosed with breast cancer and advised by her oncologist that an alkaline diet would improve her healing. She felt called to leave a 25…
 
In today's episode, we speak with Rod Richie, Bob Huebner & Vance Stacks, three men who all have been diagnosed with breast cancer. Yes, men can absolutely get breast cancer. While it is much less common in men than women, it still does happen and should not be ignored. Symptoms of breast cancer in men can include a lump or thickening in the chest …
 
If you’re anything like the one thousand Americans surveyed by BirchBox in the study below, You need to listen to episode #226 of The Breast Cancer Recovery Coach Podcast. This study found that: Gen Zers are most likely to feel burnt out (73%), followed by Millennials (57%) and Gen Xers (54%), while Boomers and up are less likely to feel burnt out …
 
Natasha adjusts to post-treatment daily life, continuing with hormone blockers and finally seeing a mental health professional. While working with less fortunate patients who don't have mittens or cold caps, Natasha looks back with gratitude on how privileged her treatment experience was. At work, she finds herself pushing patients much harder to a…
 
- Overview & Definition of Diagnostic Technologies & Biomarkers in the Context of COVID-19 - How Diagnostic Technologies & Biomarkers Shape & Improve Treatment Decisions - Why the Molecular Portrait of Cancer is Important - The Role of the Pathologist - Benefits of Diagnostic Technologies, Biomarkers & Precision Medicine - Predicting Response to Tr…
 
“Truly live the f*ck out of life!!” - Bethany Webb: Mindset Coach, Stage IV Cancer Thriver, and Author of My Guru Cancer. As a mindset coach, Bethany approached cancer with an open mind, heart, and sense of humor. The mindset practice that she uses is The Work by Bryon Katie. It has helped free herself (a 33-year-old, organic eating yoga teacher!) …
 
Cancer is a difficult topic for anyone to discuss, but it's especially hard when you have to talk about it with your kids. That's why we've brought together three experts and two children who have been through this before to help you navigate these conversations. They'll share their tips on what worked for them and what resources are available to s…
 
When I did my training at The Life Coach School, one of the concepts we studied was the idea that life is fifty-fifty. Fifty percent of the time things go pretty smoothly, and things feel like they’re all good and fifty percent of the time we’re faced with challenges. Now challenges can be difficult but the idea of fifty-fifty doesn’t necessarily m…
 
Have you given up on making new year’s resolutions or setting new goals because they haven’t stuck in the past? Or have you decided to give one another shot for 2023 but you really don’t know how you’re going to succeed at it?’ In this episode, I’ll give you three questions to consider that will help you see why your goals have fallen off the radar…
 
After a scan shows a 1.2 cm nodule on her thyroid, Natasha goes for a biopsy which comes back with complicated results. Not wanting any more surgery or radiation right now means there’s a difficult decision to make. Three and a half weeks of radiation end without any terrible burns or skin issues, but celebrating feels phony because it’s never real…
 
Using the Advanced Gerson Therapy to Reverse the Breakdown of Human Health. Cancer is a metabolic disease—a problem at the cellular level. You truly are what you eat. Glutamine, glucose (sugar), and processed toxic foods feed cancer. But the opposite starves cancer cells. The late Dr. Max Gerson, "The most eminent genius in medical history," has th…
 
There are some things I see women do a lot of: -Criticize themselves -Judge themselves -Belittle themselves -Minimize their accomplishments There are some things I want to see women do more of: -Praise themselves -Embrace their self-worth -Set healthy boundaries -Acknowledge their value We start a new year in two days, and I'd love to see you take …
 
Resources in this episode: Inflammatory breast cancer defined: proposed common diagnostic criteria to guide treatment and research: https://42020577-8833-45e8-8058-fa42c092d058.usrfiles.com/ugd/420205_4cacf54d524c4cd6a67dd9ffcddb84be.pdf Website: https://www.survivingbreastcancer.org/events Part I: Support the show…
 
We discuss Inflammatory Breast Cancer. A rare form of breast cancer that affects less than 5% of those diagnosed with breast cancer. Ginny Mason, from the Inflammatory Breast Cancer Research Foundation, was given a 3% chance of making it to 5 years. Today she is sharing her story 23 years later and the important research taking place in the IBC spa…
 
Getting through a hard time and processing a hard time are two very different things. When we just get through things, that often includes stuffing our emotions, denying ourselves the right to feel, and ultimately creating even deeper trauma. Processing a difficult is exactly the opposite. It's giving yourself space and grace and time and compassio…
 
- Overview of Triple Negative Breast Cancer, in the Context of COVID-19 & Its Variants- New Research on TNBC Presented at SABCS- Triple Negative Breast Cancer-Specific Treatment Updates- Updates on Clinical Trials in Advancing Treatment Choices- The Increasing Role of Diagnostic Testing, Biomarkers & Genetic Testing in Informing Treatment Options- …
 
Each October, BCRF holds its annual New York Symposium and Awards Luncheon. The event recognizes BCRF-supported investigators for their devotion to ending breast cancer and announces the Foundation’s research investment for the coming year. This year’s program included an extraordinary symposium, co-moderated by BCRF Founding Scientific Director Dr…
 
This is the time of year when we experience so many emotions: Gratitude Joy Stress Loneliness Sadness Love Generosity Scarcity Holidays, family, and social engagements can trigger all of these emotions at different times, especially when those we've lost come to mind. A powerful lesson I've learned as I have processed losing loved ones over the yea…
 
The radiation oncologist sends Natasha to a psycho-oncologist (did you know that was a thing?) because her antidepressants aren’t working, making self-care too hard. This forces her to confront the mental health struggles caused by the abrupt end of her time in Malawi, the surprise end of her 25-year marriage, and a cancer diagnosis all happening a…
 
- Overview of Breast Cancer, in the Context of COVID-19 & Its Variants- New Research Presented at the San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium (SABCS)- Breast Cancer Specific Treatment Updates- Early Stage Breast Cancer - Younger & Older People Living with Breast Cancer- Breast Cancer Survivorship- Genomics & Genetics of Breast Cancer- New Treatment for…
 
What if you had the time to do everything you wanted to do? Wouldn’t it be nice to feel relaxed and accomplished rather than rushed and overwhelmed? Imagine taking time for yourself to relax without telling yourself you “should” be doing something else. Maybe it’s not so much that you can’t get everything in and more that there are other ways you’d…
 
I remember when I was a kid, I couldn’t hang out with my friends until I cleaned my room. I hated cleaning my room, so I’d fight with my mom, I’d get grounded, and I always thought it was her fault because she was so mean. Then I became a parent, and I had a mind-blowing moment when I realized the facts were if my kids stopped crying and fighting, …
 
Natasha is given three options for radiation treatment, but it’s a challenge since everyone has been making decisions for her up to this point. She decides on three and a half weeks of radiation to the breast and the lymph nodes in the armpit. Down to just 104 pounds, she feels like a scarecrow in her clothes. Hoping to gain 10 pounds by the end of…
 
- Understanding Precision Medicine: Overview & Value of Precision Medicine - How is Precision Medicine Different from Targeted Treatments? - Precision Medicine’s Role in Informing Treatment Decisions: Predicting Response to Treatment - The Role of Precision Medicine in Deciding the Treatment for Lung Cancer, Lymphoma, Leukemia, Colon Cancer and Bre…
 
Shared with love by Jan James, Hope After Breast Cancer If you value the information I provide, the time I put into serving our community, and would like to support my work, please consider subscribing with a paid membership to TEAM HOPE for just $5 a month at Buy Me A Coffee. And please pray for my efforts to have significance in the lives of the …
 
In this season of abundance and gratitude, it’s the perfect time to notice how your own words can create or keep you from seeing the abundance in your life. Gratitude is the key to creating more abundance in your life. When you have a practice of directing your energy into the things you’re grateful for, it’s easier to see the abundance that alread…
 
Shared with love by Jan James, Hope After Breast Cancer If you value the information I provide, the time I put into serving our community, and would like to support my work, please consider subscribing with a membership to TEAM HOPE for just $5 a month at Buy Me A Coffee. And please pray for my efforts to have significance in the lives of the women…
 
What are dormant cancer cells and how they lead to a clearer understanding of the cancer in remission? Why do particular cancerous cells behave differently than others? BCRF Investigator since 2017, Dr. Angela DeMichele, discusses her work to uncover the answer to these questions and more.De către BCRF
 
It's beyond just treating the symptoms. Killing the tumor isn’t the answer—truly healing the woman is. That means removing the parts of your life that lead to cancer and covering your life with what is beneficial and brings you joy. This is Dr. Jenn Simmons's philosophy and life mission. After spending 17 years as Philadelphia’s top breast surgeon,…
 
Heidi was diagnosed with de novo metastatic breast cancer. After a year of treatment consisting mostly of chemotherapy, her brain was found to be affected by the disease as well. She has since undergone three gamma knife procedures. The side effects from the gamma knife have been manageable, mostly just fatigue and some cognitive difficulties. Desp…
 
Shared with love by Jan James, Hope After Breast Cancer If you value the information I provide, the time I put into serving our community, and would like to support my work, please consider subscribing with a paid membership to TEAM HOPE for just $5 a month at Buy Me A Coffee. And please pray for my efforts to have significance in the lives of the …
 
As the holidays get closer, we often start to dread holiday gatherings. We think about the people who annoy us and tell ourselves stories of how awful the gatherings will be. We also follow this same line of thought for many special occasions or even our day-to-day lives. We think other people are the problem, but our thoughts about other people cr…
 
It’s been two weeks since Natasha’s lumpectomy and because no evidence of cancer was found during surgery, she has been declared “cancer free” by her surgeon.The day of surgery was long and a little emotional from the anesthesia, but recovery has been less painful than expected. Food has flavor again and in her words, “it’s about bloody time!”The r…
 
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 Effects Ginger can help you manage nausea and vomiting from chemotherapy. But it may also thin your b…
 
Proceedings from a daylong multitumor educational symposium in partnership with the Florida Cancer Specialists, including key clinical presentations and papers in breast cancer. Featuring perspectives from Drs Matthew Goetz and Ian Krop, moderated by Dr Neil Love.De către Neil Love, MD
 
- Overview of Metastatic TNBC, in the Context of COVID-19- The Important Role of the Caregiver in Communicating with the Health Care Team- Your Important Role in Decision Making- Taking on the Role of Caregiving- What Research Tells Us about Caregivers- Caregiving for Your Loved One with Metastatic Triple Negative Breast Cancer- Challenges in Commu…
 
Shared with love by Jan James, Hope After Breast Cancer If you value the information I provide, the time I put into serving our community, and would like to support my work, please consider subscribing with a paid membership to TEAM HOPE for just $5 a month at Buy Me A Coffee. And please pray for my efforts to have significance in the lives of the …
 
Is there a difference between being a nice person and being a people pleaser? That is a resounding YES! What is the difference? When you do something nice for someone else out of love, compassion, or the desire to serve, it fills you up. When you do something from a place of people pleasing, it drains you. You do things for others at a cost to your…
 
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