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Leukemia & Lymphoma Society 093018
AN INTERVIEW WITH ANNA WILLIAMS WITH THE LEUKEMIA & LYMPHOMA SOCIETY ABOUT THE WORK THEY DO RAISING MONEY FOR AND FUNDING CANCER RESEARCH AND ABOUT THEY BENEFIT WALK “LIGHT THE NIGHT”.
asks is the largest nonprofit dedicated to finding a cure for black cancer . We invest more in research than any other organization. And cancer research we also do things like patient support services and advocacy. And so again where we're the largest nonprofit that's looking to find a cure for cancer . Blood cancers can explain to me what blood cancers are. Blood cancers are leukemia lymphoma non hodgkin's. This whole variety of cancers
perspective in the last eighteen months alone there have been 25 new cancer treatments that have been approved by the FDA. Hello less suspended twenty of them while. That's also is really awesome and something
able to. Makes some really amazing groundbreaking advancements in the world of cancer research and treatment. And and also provide the patient support services and and Casilla. That's pretty magical and it's much more uplifting and hopeful. And we had to do cool things like likening. Some Elena talk about the present. Leukemia when I think of leukemia I think of them mainly as affecting children is that the case or is that kind of an equal opportunity cancer . That's one of the most interesting things about blood cancers is that they are the blood cancers across the border equal opportunity.
Suicide Prevention 092318
AN INTERVIEW WITH RYAN PRICE FROM THE AMERICAN FOUNDATION FOR SUICIDE PREVENTION ABOUT TALKING ABOUT MENTAL HEALTH AND HOW TO HELP PEOPLE CONSIDERING SUICIDE OR STRUGGLING WITH MENTAL HEALTH ISSUES.
get better at and and that it was saving lives things like cancer and HIV aids. You know to go along win if we do a misunderstanding. About those diseases. You you struggle with the
Adventist Health 090918
AN INTERVIEW WITH DR. RUSTY KINDER, PAIN SPECIALIST WITH ADVENTIST HEALTH ABOUT OPIOID USE, ALTERNATIVES TO PAIN MANAGEMENT, AND HOW ADVENTIST HEALTH HAS BEEN SUCCESSFUL AT REDUCING OPIOID USE.
completely come often do Leo he was for chronic long term on cancer pain. The likelihood is that you have similar or even better pain. Super interesting yeah well that's grace. We're talking today with
AN INTERVIEW WITH JOE FINKBONNER, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF NPAIHB ABOUT THE WORK THEY DO WITH NORTHWEST TRIBES REGARDING HEALTH AND WELFARE, AND ABOUT THEIR INDIAN DAY CELEBRATION.
release home not only protect them from the illness but also it's cancer public health through our our target different activities. It's only about some of the history window into windows the northwest preliminary Indian
of things related to not only its treatment of almost I think cancer public health like water and sewer and he had access to immunizations. So a lot of public health activities I haven't really.
a really wonderful courses that we have here that would dumps and cancer knowledge that when they go back home their duty are struggling last to understand it. Sometimes is very complicated systems but instead
Help Team Brenda 081918
AN INTERVIEW WITH BRENDA FARRIS AND BARON ROBISON, A SISTER AND BROTHER, ABOUT THEIR FUNDRAISING EFFORTS AND PERSONAL AWARENESS CAMPAIGN AROUND CANCER .
that's. Yeah I cavaliers Nadal IA found out that I had breast cancer . Which anytime you get cancer and you get that that note that this is terribly devastating. But I found in an audit. Way AF LY odd situation that I had cancer and I felt like that would be pretty healthy lifestyle. I had excited eaten well all I didn't have cancer in my in my family and so I felt like he was particularly devastating do you find that out. And two to figure out what to do about it. And I'm before I had cancer my husband I have bolt research a lot about cancer I mean boring knew I had cancer . Regarding research a lot about cancer and I thought. About it to somebody in my family it's probably are right scope implemented gonna need the information age and that little bit I know the person if you need Whitney. We lose regardless I knew I had. We're winning our heads pampered and I was able to put some of that information you've. Got everybody get down when his diagnosis again. We end up 2015. So about two and a half years ago. I found it had breast cancer and I did have a mastectomy at the beginning of the next year they have with the radical mastectomy and kept the limped out to go with it. But the lymph nodes had already broken open a bit. Cantor is traveling through my body it's going to believe this experiment and if you're aware of that then you know about the lymph system is altered a whole body but once that gonna get into that if he's traveling and traveling. I've got that traveling through my body I have to fight it every day. I also found out that my cancer is not receptive to chemotherapy. Cell well knowing I don't have chemotherapy is an option and I get cancer traveling through my body. Then I really needed to buckle down and fight it every day with all the resources that I have I have a very slow growing. But aggressive cancer test so when it comes back. With a vengeance. I need to be prepared to keep the rest my body healthy to be able to fight its. So are you on a medication right now. I'm not on any medication in regards to like chemotherapy I do you take an estrogen blocking drug. Which they do frequently put breast cancer patient on. Hemming and taking a lot of supplement feminist and I every searching extensively. To help with my specific type of breast cancer . I probably take about fifty fight till the day mostly supplement to help me with all would be cancer challenges that I have. What what is your life like been since her diagnosis. At first apart it was highly challenging it's would all knew I was not a person had done that very up and I have to live differently if we pain free life without a lot of physical challenges and so for me I really had to buckle down and realize this just something I have to fight I asked to. Grab this fact that this is going to be my life because. I do have cancer no we don't have cancer felt right to our bodies but normally are immune system takes care of it but for me. I'd you have cancer and I have a everyday and I need to fight it all the time. So I changed my life I L I N and other chemical in apparently healthy lifestyle but I gained extensively and then. I exercise every day expect very important to. Open up the pathways. For the enzyme that can go ranch and shut down cancer . So I exercise every day. I religiously follow. My diet regime which type of research extensively about it looked unbeatable beneficial from my type of cancer . I did get my supplements again we've reached her heavily and none of this is going to be the best tight. I
they put my mouth I neither repeating my body. Aren't feeding my cancer . Everything that I need to. We don't say that I need to feeding my body or impeding my depression I need feeding my body aren't feeding my ADHD in my body argument multiples that the whatever your challenges. That is something that your and a feeding the which one you're gonna spend time feeding. I also find it harder to exercise everyday to eat right to. Yet some vitamin C to take the supplement 65 supplement the days and hard to do that yet but is it hard to have cancer . Maybe not live that long Havel the payment book which could have a problem not be able to enjoy my grandkids. Yes
brand of Ferris and bear Robinson the brother and sister. Sister breast cancer brother's health announced tell me tell me the story of how you guys that started doing these amazing athletic achievements. Well we're McCain of visiting. Christmastime. Last year so the and it doesn't 17. And I am a senior for awhile and seen her since before the cancer . And so she shows of the airport and F I knew it was her as she comes through their PD expect. She
Center For Hope & Safety 080518
AN INTERVIEW WITH STEVEN BRONCHEAU WITH THE CENTER FOR HOPE AND SAFETY, AND EMILY NEAMAN AND SARAH LEAVITT WITH NEAMAN PLASTIC SURGERY, ABOUT THE WORK CHS DOES WITH VICTIMS AND SURVIVORS OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AND THE FUNDRAISING PARTY HAPPENING AT NEAMAN’S OFFICES.
time that weren't there to provide as many services as we possibly cancer that. Survivor and help them. With the safety plan mean whether it's something as simple as here's my one cell phones they
rises because you know we do. Surgeries for breast augmentation and breast cancer and breast reduction all kinds of things like that. And and these women are changing their bra size and a lot of
Morrison Child & Family Services 072218
AN INTERVIEW WITH DREW HENRIE-MCWILLIAMS, CEO OF MORRISON CHILD AND FAMILY SERVICES ABOUT THE WORK THEY DO WITH CHILDREN AND FAMILIES WITH MENTAL HEALTH AND SUBSTANCE ABUSE ISSUES AND ABOUT THEIR FUNDRAISING BIKE TOUR.
seen a lot of our programs growth and and mature and lung cancer . I'm sure you've we've looked back at some history of of what the agency has done and Howard how have things changed
Grocery Outlet Food Drive 071518
AN INTERVIEW WITH CORY PRICE, OWNER OF GROCERY OUTLET GRESHAM, ABOUT THE INDEPENDENCE FROM HUNGER FOOD DRIVE.
So one of the misconceptions is that we only sell expired getting cancer and which is a misconception that we still fresh product that they might be close stated but we have a company called
Portland Pickles 070818
AN INTERVIEW WITH ALAN MILLER, CO-OWNER OF THE PORTLAND PICKLES BASEBALL TEAM, ABOUT THEIR VARIOUS SUMMER GAMES AND EVENTS AND HOW THEY BENEFIT THE TRAILBLAZER FOUNDATION, MEALS ON WHEELS, AND THE MILITARY.
a two weeks ago was. You know we did at the breast cancer awareness day world anti war Wear pink that day we optioned down to auction off those pieces off for charity. You know and in the out with the repeat being extracted both team. So you know they're great organization as well as far as those supporting breast cancer survivors. I'm do all organic we really wanted to support them and they've been separated promoting coming out of bring people. So
Blues Fest Sunshine Division 061718
AN INTERVIEW WITH KYLE CAMBERG, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF THE SUNSHINE DIVISION ABOUT THE WORK THEY DO FEEDING THE NEEDY IN PORTLAND AND HOW THE WATERFRONT BLUES FEST RAISES MONEY FOR THE SUNSHINE DIVISION.
a couple of different. Organizations curiously as with Susan G. Komen breast cancer foundation announced in turner race for the cure for marriage coaches you know massive fundraising event. And well over seven years ago
people always say Portland and keep Portland weird and keep Portland unique cancer . Let's add another you know another layer of that story another page the book. In the early 1920s. Portland police officers and