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Hepatitis C and The VA 030517
AN INTERVIEW WITH DR. MICHAEL CHANG WITH THE PORTLAND VA HOSPITAL AND DANA SMOTHERS, A HEPATITIS NURSE WITH THE VA, ABOUT HEPATITIS C, TREATMENT, AND HOW VETERANS CAN GET TESTED AND TREATED.
the potential to progressed to liver failure as well as develop liver cancer . It's turned out throws this is the single biggest risk factor for the development of liver cancer . And if we recognize the condition we can screen for liver cancer and serve veterans or any station that stress incidents and screening program to detect liver cancer early. And I don't want the fact is that we have good interactions for liver cancer again if if we can catch it early. Through. 5% to 30% of the folks over twenty to thirty years can develop.
AN INTERVIEW WITH JOHN GROTHE, A BOARD MEMBER WITH CCA AND A PARENT WHOSE CHILD AND FAMILY WERE HELPED BY CCA, ABOUT THE WORK CCA DOES AND ABOUT THE VALENTINE’S DAY FUNDRAISING EVENT ON ENTERCOM RADIO STATIONS.
today we're going to be talking with John grossly from the children's cancer association. More importantly he is also the father of cold boot. Who is diagnosed at eighteen months old with general primary epilepsy
us what. This fund raiser and other donations means for the children's cancer association. In terms of this organization's ability to continue to help kids. Well the children's done cancer association relies on fundraisers such as us to really delivered joy. Odds are summing great well known organizations that are out there there. Working on finding a cure for cancer but there's very few that actually work on bringing the joy and hope. Back to a child's life is dealing with. These
an outside of on a hostile situation. They can forget about the cancer forget about the leukemia forget about the epilepsy whatever it is that has been. And as a cloud that's been hanging over
Planned Parenthood 012917
AN INTERVIEW WITH STACY CROSS, PRESIDENT AND CEO OF PLANNED PARENTHOOD OF COLUMBIA WILLAMETTE ABOUT THE WORK THEY DO AND CHANGES THAT THE NEW ADMINISTRATION MAY BRING.
of our work is preventative work so we do birth control. Lifesaving cancer screenings as TD testing and treatment. HIV testing and counseling. We do offer a variety of education. One little unknown fact is
had a very very wanted pregnancy that found out that she has cancer . So we see just a whole variety of patients on. As I said we we offer best sector miso we see a
we provide our patience. And this they care that their. It's lifesaving cancer screenings it's STD testing and treatment. This is the care that that they wanna take away during. And it has nothing to
Tech Academy 010817
AN INTERVIEW WITH ERIK GROSS AND JACK STANLEY, CO-FOUNDERS OF THE TECH ACADEMY, A LOCAL TECHNOLOGY SCHOOL, ABOUT LEARNING TECH AND THE ECONOMIC IMPACT THE INDUSTRY HAS ON PORTLAND.
said yours yours son came home one day and was met with cancer something. Hit Yemen might make your going to write your guys going do you expect computer programming class and she getting quite
Pinball Outreach Project 112016
AN INTERVIEW WITH NICOLE REIK AND GREG DUNLAP WITH THE PINBALL OUTREACH PROJECT, A NON-PROFIT THAT BRINGS PINBALL TO CHILDREN IN NEED TO SOME CHEERING UP IN HOSPITALS AND AT THEIR STOREFRONT LOCATION IN PORTLAND.
and assuming you paid I saw somewhere in the about the children's cancer association and things like that. Now we've done a few events with them and it's just. People you know they seen it's
Red Cross 9.25.16
AN INTERVIEW WITH NATIVIDAD LEWIS, EXTERNAL COMMUNICATIONS MANAGER AT THE RED CROSS AND KEN KANE, A BLOOD DRIVE COORDINATOR ABOUT HOW AND WHERE TO DONATE BLOOD.
some misconception. There are people who needed every day people are heating cancer treatment people who are. Having complications with earth it you know you're just tons of scenarios that can touch our us. I
definitely and people are dependent on it. As I sit in particular cancer patient but he can use for burn patients. Indifferent others either. Some parents what's the cell placed a hold. Hold the line
United Cerebral Palsy 091116
AN INTERVIEW WITH KERRY PINNY, DEVELOPMENT COORDINATOR FOR UCP AND SUSAN CUSHMAN, FAMILY SUPPORT DIRECTOR AT UCP, ABOUT THE WORK THEY DO HELPING PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES AND ABOUT THEIR FUNDRAISING WALK ON SEPTEMBER 17.
any effects muscle control. And it varies it's like saying someone has cancer like cool it could be in one finger can be in the whole body. And so there's different kinds of cerebral palsy
how do you answer. I usually say nothing. That's supposed to say cancer . R&R us say you know she has cerebral palsy and I didn't know what that was when she was diagnosed so you
SOOR The Bite 080716
AN INTERVIEW WITH CATHY GIDLEY WITH SPECIAL OLYMPICS OREGON AND LAURA KIRK WITH THE BITE OF OREGON ABOUT THE BITE AND HOW IT BENEFITS SPECIAL OLYMPICS OREGON, ITS PROGRAMS AND ATHLETES.
Oregon. And shortly after that there were several people that we're restaurant tumors on the board and they put their heads together and that love is something. It will benefit Special Olympics but get within
AN INTERVIEW WITH DANA BRANER, PHYSICIAN IN CHIEF AT DOERNBECHER CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL ABOUT THEIR HISTORY AND THEIR 90TH ANNIVERSARY IN 2016.
presented and to a hospital with the most common form of childhood cancer are Cuban Pacific leukemia. I probably had a better than even chance of not surviving. Today child presenting to the hospital with extreme form of cancer . We can tell the parents reliably that a child has a 95%. Chance or better getting a cure. For their duties. And
Santiam Canyon Stampede 7.10.16
AN INTERVIEW WITH CORKY JUSTIS, DIRECTOR OF PROMOTIONS FOR THE SANTIAM CANYON STAMPEDE, ABOUT THE RODEO AND THE COMMUNITY CHARITIES IT BENEFITS.
area that go to the pan am hospital and need help with cancer and it could be anything from. They can't pay a bill to they need their lights or they need special food that
I'm Avant said earlier about the camp tonight were part of can't cancer and and that's I think a great feeling because it helps our type of cancer prior to that we couldn't part with a tough not so where peace movement. Which is great also but it look specifically at women and so. For us when we got the opportunity to work with tank cancer . It was kind of exciting to be able to affect the larger group of people with that disease so. That's exciting. We've
sure. For sure how about that talk again about the key in cancer what night is that when we didn't. Pentagon Friday night and that was started by a garbage association in band or again