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American Cancer Society 032518
AN INTERVIEW WITH NICOLE LaROSE, COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT MANAGER WITH AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY, ABOUT THE WORK ACS DOES AND ABOUT THEIR FUNDRAISER RELAY HOOD TO COAST PACIFIC CITY.
week two to four hours. And that it's hard for eagle for breast cancer event we have a couple. Action few events that are focused out of the money from those events raised goes to fitted with your breast cancer research and program. Making strides against breast cancer at our signature breast cancer walking happened in October. I'm always looking for a team that survivors and volunteers for that event as well. Pink then I ain't that to come up in May and that's just a fun night owl ordered. Drained silent auction and entertainment. Coming up in May. And that lets be real men Wear pink all though this is where we recruit. Ought men to really kind of raise money. For rescue again for breast cancer research and program than that it's not so much an event is that is. And even know what to college but. And
Planned Parenthood 012118
AN INTERVIEW WITH ADRIENNE QUINTANA, CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER FROM PLANNED PARENTHOOD COLUMBIA WILLAMETTE ABOUT THE SERVICES THEY OFFER AND GENERAL SEXUAL HEALTH TOPICS.
providing. Carmona provision to transgender patients to providing those lifesaving cervical and breast cancer screenings and and treatment. 41 cervical cancer treatment that we do. For those annual well visits where we do pap smears that
American Cancer Society 072317
AN INTERVIEW WITH ANGELA DUNCAN AND ALICIA DUNCAN, VOLUNTEERS WITH AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY, ABOUT THE ACS ANNUAL FUNDRAISER RELAY FOR LIFE.
reach out to me never reach to recovery program and that's. Where breast cancer survivor kind of gets teamed up with somebody who is going through breast cancer . And they reach out on me because I help you go through an answer questions and their little more personable than just
do a retreat with another cancer group and so on those all breast cancer survivors. And actually talking to them and listening to them. Was. Amazing because I was able to put my feeling is that
you can just you relate. My friends I have now that are breast cancer survivors are going to breast cancer I meet a bunch of women now that do that and we call it I keep saying there's a different bond there
OHA Hep C 070217
AN INTERVIEW WITH DR. ANN THOMAS, A PUBLIC HEALTH PHYSICIAN WITH THE OREGON HEALTH AUTHORITY, ABOUT WHAT HEPATITIS C IS, HOW IT’S DIAGNOSED AND TREATED, AND IT’S INCIDENCES IN OREGON AND THE U.S.
new test just put that your cholesterol your colon appear past Syrian mammogram . And to people do that well and get out both times so anything. That is recommended they I would have gotten right.
St Paul Rodeo JCCF 061216
AN INTERVIEW WITH CINDY SCHONHOLTZ, PRESIDENT AND CCE OF THE JUSTIN COWBOY CRISIS FUND AND BRIAN BAIN, PRCA RODEO CONTESTANT, ABOUT THE ST PAUL RODEO AND HOW THE JCCF HELPS INJURED COWBOYS.
the captain cowboy cracked the armed and now we have. You know breast cancer awareness charity then. Any number of local charities there's you know every community has. Different groups that they want to support and
Breast Friends 092715
AN INTERVIEW WITH SHARON HENIFIN AND BECKY OLSON, CO-FOUNDERS OF BREAST FRIENDS ABOUT THE WORK THEY DO WITH WOMEN DIAGNOSED WITH BREAST CANCER AND IMPORTANT LEGISLATION CURRENTLY IN CONGRESS ABOUT SCREENING AGE.
time and they're here to give us some very important information about breast cancer and the like to welcome Sharon has been and Vicki Olson co founders of breast friends to let us go highly pleased.
some of her her major fears. You know wouldn't luckily breast to breast cancer is one of those diseases it's tucked a lot about these days but why it hits home it hits you know it's
asked the relevant questions and you both have so much experience with breast cancer affects the right pecking away tonight Lisa. Yeah I'm a three time survivor I was diagnosed back in 901996. It was staged
Planned Parenthood Columbia Willamette 042615
AN INTERVIEW WITH STACY M. CROSS, CEO OF PLANNED PARENTHOOD CW ABOUT THE WORK THEY DO TO BETTER SEXUAL HEALTH IN WOMEN AND MEN, INCLUDING EDUCATION AND OUTREACH.
prevention we do breast exams. To really help with early intervention a breast cancer said the vast majority of what we do is prevention. In just a general women's health that sounds like. Yet general women's
Breast Friends 3.29.15
AN INTERVIEW WITH SHARON HENIFIN AND BECKY OLSON, FOUNDERS OF BREAST FRIENDS, A NON-PROFIT DEDICATED TO HELPING WOMEN GOING THROUGH THE JOURNEY OF CANCER AND ABOUT THEIR FUNDRAISER COMING UP APRIL 11.
chatted to I'm talking about you know what's missing in the whole breast cancer world. You know why we remain friends all these years Don you know why we both survived cancer. Hand over them each breast friends was actually born while some real soul searching in the active and good. Out there early wasn't you know one of the things that we kind of have talked about is. You know we're not in this to compete with other organizations are a lot of people doing good work in the breast cancer community back. Our focus was to try to find what was missing you know what what pieces aren't being done and that's really where we started fifteen years ago. This trying to identify where the holes work how could we as an organization fill those needs and because of that we really developed some pretty unique programs I think. Whenever programs and we've talked about this on you before is we go to the prison. You know there's there's a lot of women in that prison is so many of which get diagnosed with breast cancer and the rest of them no down so they are their friends and family and when we found out that there was
really I'm good successful. Programs for example. So women are diagnosed with breast cancer and you met many of a certain how for the caught estrogen positive cancer enough to minus. I'm that's the most common
if there's another kind of cancer is very rare is called inflammatory breast cancer . And several years ago when doctors would look at that they would think it was a rash. Because it it's not really
Legacy Health Cancer 3.15.15
AN INTERVIEW WITH DR. NATHALIE JOHNSON, MEDICAL DIRECTOR AT LEGACY CANCER INSTITUTE, ABOUT THE LATEST IN CANCER PREVENTION AND SCREENING.
to. Isn't it really has come at personally my mom had a breast cancer when I was isn't my idea teams and attitude then was cancer third has meant deaths. Whereas now you have there is
a fourteen around the country. Where we aren't giving a vaccine to breast cancer . So. If you qualify for this study you have to have a fair blood type then that third cancer types. Then after
well let's focus a little bit on specific cancers will serve with breast cancer . Now there's a lot of misinformation about mammograms out there what does legacy cancer institute's recommendation. Well there's been a lot of misinformation technique about screening. And we continue as do most of major society to recommend that women start screening at forty. And then be screened annually. And screening does he create the risk of dying of breast cancer . Some of the concern is that you know people when he's screen you may get called back to have additional pictures and it turns out nothing's wrong. But. When you look at the population. Than the women that are being screened for breast cancer have a much higher survival rates. And if we picked that. Cancer up early often there's less treatment associated with securing hits.
DePaul Treatment Centers 10.19.14
AN INTERVIEW WITH MAREE WACKER, CEO OF DEPAUL TREATMENT CENTERS, ABOUT ADDICTION AND THE SERVICES THEY PROVIDE TO PEOPLE ADDICTED TO DRUGS AND ALCOHOL.
to start talking about you know if you think about. For example breast cancer prevention. Only twenty years ago wasn't so we talked about vary widely but. Today it's you know we're running races and it's