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AN INTERVIEW WITH ABBY GUYER, VP OF BRAND FOR CCA AND KATY MOORE, MARKETING DIRECTOR AT ENTERCOM, ABOUT CCA’S MUSIC RX PROGRAM AND HOW 94/7’S SUMMER CONCERT IS HELPING RAISE FUNDS FOR THE PROGRAM.
Entercom radio Portland public affairs program. I'm Gary blocks them. The children's cancer association or CCA do some amazing work here in Portland and actually throughout the country the this a momentous scope we're gonna focus on their music program. Under just go this time I would like to welcome back having guy or VP of brand for these CCA. And also Katie Moore she's a marketing director here at Entercom radio book to show latest high as a scary. So Abby let's concern with you tell us about the children's cancer association the CCA. A children's cancer association and was founded here in Portland in 1995. I family me his daughter had died pediatric cancer when she was Ivan how appears salt. All of our programs are focused on creating transformative moments of joy for his seriously
Alice Hughes is founder and chief showing off his act. The children's cancer association that's really un retired now. And her family. Wind three extended hospital on honesty is when her daughter Alexandra we sank. That cancer and what they found to especially back and is there was very little arts and certainly no music programming in the hospital
have chronic that would change the conversation. And re imagine what pediatric cancer care support services. Might look like for families like her. And so the idea of focusing on the moment and things like
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.
of it's pretty universal led most of us have been touched by cancer in some way we all wanna fight cancer and this time on the show we're gonna find out how you can help. Plummet just go this time I would like to welcome Angela Duncan in a leash Duncan. They are volunteers with the American Cancer Society in the ladies hello. Oh thanks for having us yeah well it's my pleasure so we'll big event coming up in just a few weeks rates yeah so relay for life. Tell me a reliever like well. I actually relay for life as American cancer society's signature fundraising event we are as big as global. And were as controls community so. We have relay for life events or across Oregon for example there's one and say Iran. Bears relay for life and first growth there's one in Beaverton or and we just had one and sandy and were actually apart at the relay for life of Portland. So all relays are created by volunteers were passionate about fighting back against cancer . We have an amazing committee who works hard all year long to bring together this huge event it's really exciting. Through reaper relay we celebrate survivors who have won their Freddy gets cancer we remember those who have lost them. Who we have lost to cancer and we fight back this protests were currently battling the disease. Relay for life is eighteen fundraising event where the team members take turns our current tracker does impact our really has a track and we were. We watch that we market are gonna switch for our strong it starts on August opportunity analysts opening ceremonies. Each team has asked to have one member on track at all times to signify that cancer never sleeps so that the idea of cancer patients . They don't get a chance to to stop because they're tired so for one night out of the year. All of our volunteers and teams we. Spend one night frightened back right along with them that's pretty great symbolism yes there's always information need to fine at relay for life dot ORG forward slash Portland dot OR. Friends that are raised through relay for life support the American cancer society's groundbreaking research programs. It helps American Cancer Society provide free patient programs like the look at feel better approach recovery. We have cancer information services at cancer dot org. He can always call the American Cancer Society at 10227. 2345. And both the resources are available for hours or days and days week. How to manage the other day at the American Cancer Society is a great place. To get the information that you need to Aaron playing because it's a diagnosis of cancer is a absolutely terrifying to me you probably feel completely alone exactly. Yeah exactly I was diagnosed they had that advocate who. Actually was one of the people who 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
chance this is just you know nothing because of your agent national cancer in your history and you don't smoke. And so I settled in the Hamburg tie Yana and worry about ends June Ford beyond. And then also I get she had a mammogram in the doctor comes in there radiologist doctor comes in and says. Hey he cedes this right here this is this is your exam and Dicey that that white thing yes well that's cancer . And it was like a world where our guys got slapped in the face you know it's like well wait let you
disease that potentially could take your life. And I didn't know much cancer the times so I you know I just knew horror stories and it was still at that time six years ago before
Rock & Roll Camp For Girls 071617
AN INTERVIEW WITH KRISTI BALZER AND KARMEN OLSON WITH ROCK AND ROLL CAMP FOR GIRLS ABOUT THEIR SUMMER CAMPS THAT BUILD SELF ESTEEM FOR YOUNG GIRLS AND WOMEN.
details and where people can get more information and when the next cancer a couple of. Creek yes so I'm all information they need is that girls rock camp dot forward. You containing information about
Haiti Surgery Center 070917
AN INTERVIEW WITH DR. MICHAEL WORKMAN, A PORTLAND AREA PLASTIC SURGEON, ABOUT HIS WORK IN HAITI OPENING THE LIFESAVING SURGERY CENTER.
will actually screen out and say hell yes this person's got skin cancer let's see if we get him on the surgeries schedule or some you mean this person got to breast lump her heal
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.
as you know Derosa and stage liberties groups liver failure. And liver cancer and supporting developing specific content delivered these people often report. Chronic fatigue but we'll we noted that about twenty to 30% of people. We untreated. Chronic has fueled all around this or twenty to thirty years. She wrote this is that it ease in which delivers ultra vanished replaced by scar tissue and once someone has wrote there's about one to 4% will develop. Negative liver failure. Or liver cancer each year. So we're talking today with doctor and Thomas with the organ health authority. The doctor can you tell us how
because that it's been shown to reduce your chances of getting liver cancer or dying from your affection. Is it preventable completely like with the vaccine or anything. Well. I'd like to say that it
it just shows that that really can reduce your risk of liver cancer deaths from hepatitis C. Is Eric didn't information source of people can go get more information in May and find out more
Cider Summit 06117
AN INTERVIEW WITH ALAN SHAPIRO, FOUND OF THE CIDER SUMMIT, ABOUT THE PORTLAND EVENT, WHAT CIDER IS, AND HOW THE EVENT HELPS SEVERAL BENEFICIARIES AND THE COMMUNITY
us from the beginning is called the institute for myeloma and bone cancer research. You know and that's also in part on her another friend of mine had passed away ten years ago Virginia McLean.
Zero Prostate Cancer 051417
AN INTERVIEW WITH AMANDA PINI, MARKETING DIRECTOR AT ZERO, A NON-PROFIT THAT HAS THE MISSION TO END PROSTATE CANCER AND THE FUN RUN/WALK THEY HAVE IN PORTLAND ON JUNE 16.
this interview today. Wanna tell you about zero beat him to prostate cancer it's the leading national nonprofit with a mission to end prostate cancer . Zero advances research improves the lives of men and families in inspires action. And they have a fun run and walk can be a very soon and that's what we're gonna learn about today. On the show this summit like to welcome Amanda PG a mandate is the marketing and communications manager at zero the end of prostate cancer there Amanda. Are you ill on doing greats. Let's find out what zero eons to me all about zero. But Sunday you're the end of prostate cancer is the national nonprofit and our mission is to and prostate cancer . So we're working to do that I had been increased search on improving the lives of men and family is with our.
opportunity to share awareness with people who may not be aware prostate cancer are threatened or on the implications of the disease. At the event is there informational booths available. Yeah don't we have. Specifically is zero people only to have info on dear all I thought prostate cancer on the things like that and they're also beyond. All of her. Property need for awareness there you know whether it's the DJ or other on vendors that sponsors that the event. So the goal of zero is obviously to in prostate cancer right. So so how do you how do you expect to do that and what timeframe do you have. Well on our working toward building generation bureau which is the first generation of men free from profit they can't though. I'm Ivan mentioned it through our run walk period which mainly build occupied from reading find that go to Oregon resurgent early detection and he didn't. On an all suited this meant to build awareness. One Annie and will be diagnosed with prostate cancer in their lifetime by. Men aren't always aware of their red printer did beans though at some more people we can kind
advocate be here in BP. Where we fight for increased to prostate cancer research funding and we have. You know an army. Advocate to fight along side I think he's got. That's great I would
Comcast Cares 050717
AN INTERVIEW WITH REBECCA BROWN WITH COMCAST AND STEPHANIE MURDOCK, PRINCIPAL AT HARTLEY ELEMENTARY, ABOUT COMCAST CARES DAY AND THE WORK THE VOLUNTEERS DID AT HARTLEY.
and keep it then work on it together and you know the cancer are you talking about. How we maintain and watering the flowers on the stopped raining in although things. What a great teaching
Empowered & Girls Inc 043017
AN INTERVIEW WITH JENNIFER ALYSE, CREATOR AND DIRECTOR OF THE EMPOWERED EVENT, AND ELIZABETH NYE, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF GIRLS INC OF THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST, ABOUT THE EMPOWERED EVENT FOR WOMEN, HOW IT BENEFITS GIRLS INC, AND THE WORK THAT GIRLS INC DOES.
of all of our programming is exposure to implement. So that girls cancer deceive themselves in future goals and areas that they may not previously been exposed him. This meeting girls think do you. And
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.