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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.
a rural area. And he actually had to write his bike to chemotherapy while right and he he couldn't not go he needed this lifesaving treatment. So he would ride his bike in his chemotherapy for six hours. Right home just tired as can be and you know American Cancer Society said let's expand ran it. Go
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.
effect of being a family. Because one young person being involved in chemo but takes a lot her or cancer situation that takes a lot of the families resources and time. And the focus on the other kids to be apart of the unit is so therapeutic and so phenomenal. On and is greatly spam most of it be able to experience. You mentioned the chemo pal and I've had the opportunity to talk some families about that as well on the one of the things that you mentioned is that aid does take stress off the family as well. Can the pals not only help the kids but they help the rest of the family get a break if he's it. Exactly so chemo pals our our. I'm adults that we that that we trained that we look at commonalities between you individually young person and then the chemo pal to make sure there's a connection. And name. They facilitate an assist the young person and go through their chemotherapy and so. They become an advocate for the young person they become a trusted advisor they become a support it's network for the family. And it actually makes going to chemotherapy . And asked if she gets a gallon. It makes chemotherapy a fun experience let's exactly because they get to go and hang out with their body with their Powell. They do activities they do this kind of things. And we've seen the these chemo pals have been incorporated into the family have stayed in touch with these kittles warm. After therapy and have really become a no other support network for these families. You know I didn't have the opportunity today to talk with thinning you'll be hearing his story during the Valentine's Day for CCA radio Thon. And thin actually said he looks forward to his chemo appointments because of dead his team hope Al. And Ed has stayed in touch with the wholesaling not only is he friends still with spin and the family that within the other Brothers two they all look forward to is visits. Even after Finn is now in remission and no longer going to chemotherapy . It is still a friend has a family. I talked to another woman accused chemo pal and she says well she was supposed to be my son's team not help but actually she was mind. Speaking of hell allowed her to leave the hospital for the day. And go spends a day at her older daughter's graduation in May and be with her older daughter until midnight that night in the chemo pal stayed. With a child for the day and it took all of that weight worry off of the mom's mind she
DePaul Treatment Centers 041716
AN INTERVIEW WITH ERIN DEVET, DIRECTOR OF RESIDENTIAL SERVICES AT DEPAUL, ABOUT APRIL BEING ALCOHOL AWARENESS MONTH, TEEN DRINKING PREVENTION, AND PROGRAMS AT DEPAUL.
would treat somebody who has. Diabetes or can concern is going through chemotherapy . And often times knowing when it. Acknowledge that there is there a full. I'm myself and America I mean recovery and it
Capes & Crowns Foundation 041716
AN INTERVIEW WITH KYLIE COLE, FOUND AND CEO OF CAPES AND CROWNS FOUNDATION, ABOUT THE WORK THEY DO PHOTOGRAPHING CHILDREN AND FAMILIES WHO ARE STRUGGLING WITH DISEASE, ABUSE, OR OTHER SAD CIRCUMSTANCES, AND ABOUT THEIR FUNDRAISING GALA.
at the doctor's office perhaps being poked and RA we're going through chemotherapy and something like that are more. Being in the situation where you're being abused and you're out of that situation. Exactly 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.
and that you know lose my hair I have to go through chemotherapy and there's so many unanswered questions and right from the beginning you don't you don't know you have enough information even answer
Be The Match 080215
AN INTERVIEW WITH MAGDA SILVA, SENIOR COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT REPRESENTATIVE WITH BE THE MATCH AND CARLOS CORTES, DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS WITH QDOBA, ABOUT THE IMPORTANCE OF DONATING BONE MARROW AND HOW QDOBA IS DONATING PROCEEDS TO HELP.
have cancer or disease. And her into Hillary is two with some chemotherapy . And radiation and him and medication I'm. And then on the day of the transplant we call that Thurmond birthday of the
Reiki Healing 053115
AN INTERVIEW WITH COLLEEN BENELLI AND SUSAN PEASE BANITT, BOTH REIKI PRACTITIONERS, ABOUT THE HEALING BENEFITS OF REIKE AND THE WORK THEY DO WITH PEOPLE WITH PTSD.
by doing the intake form before. Before a person is receiving their chemotherapy and end in that setting they can be receiving chemotherapy in the reiki. Practitioner gives them reiki so they do an intake form in advance and ask the question. From any from
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.
who's gone through cancer or country yourself and you've had to do chemotherapy I think that's probably one of the scariest things because. When you have some sort of a surgery you can hide that button. Once you've had to go to the hair lots peace because of chemotherapy though whole world knows it's kind of like this beak and you know I have cancer. And you know you lose your
ways of looking at. Com cancer you don't automatically have to have chemotherapy . On the have a uncle type testing. Now where they can actually. Decide how your tumor will react to chemotherapy . And so if you get a low score on that you don't have to Dickie how could. You might have to do
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.
as simple surgical removal. For others that does require the addition of chemotherapy . Ever that colon cancer is relatively slow sec correct. Is determined that yet development from a Paula that would be true. So
Legacy Health Flu Season 11.9.14
AN INTERVIEW WITH DR. BRIAN YOUNG, CRITICAL CARE PHYSICIAN WITH LEGACY HEALTH ABOUT THE FLU, FLU IMMUNIZATION, AND GENERAL HEALTH IN THE WINTER MONTHS.
other changes to their immune immune response. Patients who have gone through chemotherapy your cancer survivors those patients can be more vulnerable or patients with other chronic health issues. So yes it's very it's. As