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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
AN INTERVIEW WITH TOM TEESDALE, VP OF MARKETING FOR ILANI ABOUT THE COWLITZ INDIAN TRIBE, HOW THEY BEGAN ILANI CASINO, AND THE IMPACT IT’S HAD ON THE TRIBE AND ECONOMY IN OUR AREA.
info dot org slash prescription safety. No. He ever says. It's just cancer get over it. Or snap out of it. It's just diabetes. And who would ever say it's nothing serious it's just heart disease. But you do hear those words about people living with another serious illness it's called depression. And it threatens the lives of more than fifteen million Americans like car scenes it's symptoms can be misleading. Like diabetes. It's biologically based and like cancer it can be feel. So what we should sting is what doctors medical professionals and other experts say. Depression can be treated.
Capes & Crowns Foundation 052018
AN INTERVIEW WITH KYLIE COLE, FOUNDER OF THE CAPES AND CROWNS FOUNDATION, A NON-PROFIT THAT PHOTOGRAPHS KIDS AND FAMILIES GOING THROUGH SERIOUS HEALTH ISSUES.
nonprofits who where we provide photography services for kids and families of cancer or serious illness and special links. While Abbott has a special thing to those kids it as absolutely and and the families
because these kids. They're all going to something really difficult whether it's cancer or serious illness special needs sometimes they don't have fun. They've restrictions on mobility. On they can't leave their house they can't
skill set towards. As a very special skill set is that he's cancer and I know very and that is required to do something like this and we are very small team because it's been
Alzheimer's Association 052018
AN INTERVIEW WITH KARA GRIFFEY, WALK DIRECTOR WITH THE ALZHEIMER’S ASSOCIATION OF OREGON AND SW WASHINGTON, ABOUT THE WORK THEY AROUND ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE AND ABOUT THEIR WALKS COMING UP LATER IN THE SUMMER.
Louie body vascular dementia. So good. Almost like be seeing the word cancer like saying mom has cancer are not specifying which type of cancer whether that was breast cancer are. Pancreatic cancer could be mere out of types of cancer . So that's what they're really saying when they're saying dementia so it was like to make sure the public knows that. That
with aging is out with other diseases we are able to be cancer we can. Overcome heart disease were living into an age now. Wearer you know blood pressure pills all these things were living
Portland Clinic of Holistic Health 051318
AN INTERVIEW WITH DR. ERIC BLAKE, MEDICAL DIRECTOR AT THE PORTLAND CLINIC OF HOLISTIC MEDICINE ABOUT THE BENEFITS AND RISKS OF VITAMIN D AND SUN EXPOSURE, AS WELL AS THE CAUSES AND EFFECTS OF INFLAMMATION.
has an acute infection. Ten patients who have chronic disease whether it's. Cancer . An autoimmune disease it's better than that we really holistic orientation here. It's really looking to treat the cause not just focus
Don't go out into it always swear this onscreen. Warnings about skin cancer also seems that there are. True in part. But we may be actually missing missing the boat on appropriate relationship. To the
him and associate a whole host of negative outcomes from cardiovascular disease cancer . Ellen I'm blinded themselves the researchers they were shocked I wasn't particularly shocked because the other incident pointing this way for a
Cycle Oregon 042218
AN INTERVIEW WITH STEVE SCHULZ, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OR THE NON-PROFIT CYCLE OREGON ABOUT THE RIDES THIS YEAR, THE OREGON COMMUNITY FOUNDATION IT SUPPORTS, AND THE IMPACT ON THE COMMUNITIES THEY VISIT EACH YEAR.
at least we really focus on what's. With grants that's community of cancer community projects. A bicycle safety and tourism and then historic preservation and conservation so we try to silo. Those grant pieces into
Waterfront Blues Fest 041518
AN INTERVIEW WITH PETER DAMMANN AND CHRISTINA FULLER WITH THE WATERFRONT BLUES FESTIVAL ABOUT THIS SUMMER’S EVENT AND HOW THE FESTIVAL SUPPORTS THE OREGON FOOD BANK.
doubt you see them line app guys some at the end. And tumor from Tressel last summer excellent excellent and I seen him in New Orleans a couple abstinence. So once again all about the
Healthcare Blues Fest 040818
AN INTERVIEW WITH NORMAN SYLVESTER ABOUT THE HEALING THE HEALTHCARE BLUES FESTIVAL, WHICH IS A FUNDRAISER FOR HEALTH CARE FOR ALL OREGON.
She went to. Health care as crisis. You know she's of a cancer survivor. And that's a vessel we're here for a week here to help musician does not have their stress people. In the
55 year old body through. And my son at fifteen in its cancer and in so then it was the next summer after that my wife with breast cancer . So. Once again from our not come from Micah it wasn't for the company yes you know if wasn't for the company
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.
rose Nicole is the senior manager of community development we the American Cancer Society there Nicole. A scary thing is. So much for having me on today. Absolutely she gets a big event coming up by the first part of may help before we get to the event studies. The American Cancer Society is probably one of those organizations that's fortunate enough to have some pretty good name recognition right. That is true actually and I think the last study that they. They did about 98% of people I know who the American Cancer Society is now unfortunately on 90% of the people don't know what we. Do well let's hope that was my question what what does the American Cancer Society do 'cause we know the name. We'll we do a lot we actually we fight cancer from every angle. We find reap search. A lot around education around prevention and an early deep tax again. Provide a number of our program conservatives for cancer patients and their families. And we also have a our sister advocates the organization the American Cancer Society cancer action network. Working on legislation and working with our legislators GO. I'm really pushing through at a policy level. Really seems like if you if you if you're unfortunate enough to be diagnosed with cancer who probably the first thing your. Can do is talk your doctor the second thing is you can go to the American Cancer Society web site. I sure hope so though the American cancer and we have an amazing web site it is www. Cancer dot org. I mean just hearing or give a loan last year almost a quarter Miller almost a million people visited our
how Gainer is on the other line. I know and both have cancer they're in and also their caregivers Q there stressed out there thinking a lot about it what are they gonna do they
that they need to save their life. If someone listening went to cancer dot org or are they able to access the local chapters as well. They they'll be able to get up get our
Leukemia & Lymphoma Society 031818
AN INTERVIEW WITH JULIE DAVIDSON AND BLAKE SAKAMOTO WITH LLS ABOUT THE WORK THEY DO, THEIR FUNDRAISING EFFORTS, AND THE RESEARCH BEING DONE LOCALLY TO FIGHT BLOOD CANCERS.
blood cancers were to explain to new blood cancers. So I'd like cancer is a cancer that as you would think starts in the lives it is something that typically patients don't realize they've got until they. Finally
leukemia which is the most common form of childhood leukemia and childhood cancer and act and this that used to be a death sentence. The work of the leukemia lymphoma society has really taken on that challenge and since then. What used to be a 3% survival rate is now over 90%. Which some Democrat. Yeah that's that's incredible. So good winning the when I hear Lou community give children but it's not not always the case is unfortunately no I cancer doesn't care how old you are. What you do for a job where you come from. Your socio economic stances. Cancer can affect anyone at any time I'm personally I've lost a grandmother. And a friend at age 24. I've known lots of children who have been affected. And I have a health is an ox very dear friend to in her late forties received a life she came to us so. Really does this impact just about everyone but not just the patients the people who love them their families their caregivers. And who they work for. Cancer Texas now. For sure I think I could be. The unique person that hasn't been touched by cancer in some way. That would be a good thing to him to be that person in Canada eh when that the certainly amazing that these can better for I think people. With cancer these days now and into treatment research and spaceship that really tissues and made great difference and part of this mighty. And
L Ellis do. Well we we raise money to find cures for cancer or stopped there wanting to cure leukemia lymphoma hodgkin's disease in my Lama. And really just improve the quality of life for