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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.
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 know. And it turned out that I'm after the biopsy and and such that I actually had it in my in my lymph nodes under my arm pit and also in the Breaston and it was quite large actually them amassed quite large so. What they're doing it did Vicky no radiation and on that stage three. So I had to do to two mastectomies. And then I had to do the you know
my strength was Angeles sitting in the waiting room while I'm getting radiation down just. Knowing that she's in there yeah I'm really helped me. Pull through and later in a captain I can do
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.
of her her major fears. You know wouldn't luckily breast to breast cancer is one of those diseases it's tucked a lot about these days but why it hits home it hits you know it's a home another conversation and so just being able to have somebody who's been there done that. To be able to confide and ask those really personal questions you know she in her case is probably. Not a lumpectomy and radiation is probably gonna be you know the the solution for her body and it's so early to know so again you go
that way now that is part of them the problem too because cancer sometimes caught too early going you do these biopsies. And I just precancerous cells and kept your body get a strong immune system the goal is that your body will. Well choke those those cells off because that's who we all have the potential for cancer in her body but your your white blood cells that come up they choke off the bad sells and and that's what a good healthy immune system is is doing. Is when it doesn't happen and they start continue to grow so in some cases they may just wanna watch that spot can kinda see what's going on. But if you wait like so many women do they wait until they feel along well it's no longer early you can feel a lot of it is not early. Is still treatable is it curable I don't now how am I had a three times and they never used the term cancer free arming. What they have said is now than I've had no I had my last go around. And they checked me every you know once a year from on a pet scans for my my wouldn't comment eyes to my thighs we checked everything in between and there is no evidence of I've recurrent or metastatic cancer in my body at this point although there was you know a few years ago. So they watch out that they earlier you can catch that the treatments are so minor at that point you might have just a little tiny lumpectomy maybe a little bit radiation maybe nothing maybe just don't want that to me. I'm and then it's it's done in the watcher for awhile and see if anything. Seems to be resurfacing but if you can catch it early but it starts with pat that baseline you've got to get your basement so we know what we're looking and comparing to. And if you don't get your baseline until your fifty. There's a lot of cancer that can develop in your forties in between that you can become devastating and like we said Sharon and I probably would
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.
I am. I'm in system which is currently not working and 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 patients they
Colon Cancer Awareness 041215
AN INTERVIEW WITH KATIE LEE & DAN HAWKINS FROM THE COLON CANCER COALITION ABOUT THEIR ORGANIZATION, THEIR OWN JOURNEYS WITH CANCER , AND THEIR BENEFIT WALK COMING UP IN AUGUST.
and then it. By April 1 April 1 actually was my first radiation treatment. I was surprised at how quick things moved. Think two weeks three weeks later on Buhner radiation . And then. I did radiation with the chemo pomp and had to carry on me at all times it was a little annoying to. And so thirty
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.
doing more targeted therapies now you know for a different kind of cancer like and Mickey mentioned. But also just different different 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 radiation and it may be other things you need to do but again there'd -- doing more targeted kinds of therapy depending on
Cascade Radon 1.4.15
AN INTERVIEW WITH STEVE TUCKER FROM CASCADE RADON ABOUT WHAT RADON IS, IT’S DANGERS, AND HOW TO TEST AND FIX RADON ISSUES.
an issue it's also a call alpha particles which is a former radiation . That's actually health hazards such. No electronic 400 consensus alpha particles shooting Austin turbulence. You your reader onto a Richard radon level
Breast Friends 10.19.14
AN INTERVIEW WITH BECKY OLSON AND SHARON HENAFIN, FOUNDERS OF BREAST FRIENDS, A NON-PROFIT HELPING WOMEN AND FAMILY AND FRIENDS DEALING WITH BREAST CANCER .
through the journey very quickly because it depends on how advanced the cancer was. But even when they're done with treatment and this is what I love about what Sharon has developed on. Even when they're done with treatment the doctor says. You're -- -- three months -- all the chemo was done the radiation has done and in -- -- we think that we're all looking forward to you but. It's pretty scary answer Sharon I'll let her talk about. The threatening cancer programs she developed to. Help women during that stage content can go on for a long time yeah yep thanks Becky. It is interesting because you know sometimes. From from diagnosis to move. Having -- back to me and may be radiation may be years. Journeys only about 34 months. That's definitely on the short end and then you can go -- now six
Breast Friends 9.28.14
An interview with Becky Olsen and Sharron Henifen, founders of Breast Friends, and organization to help women who are facing breast cancer . We also speak about the benefit party, The Pink Party, coming up on Oct 3.
and you know had gone through a key most several times and radiation and and she just. You know let's them really hard honor. Anyway so she finished -- photography. And was walking toward me
North By Northeast Community Health Center
A discussion with Dr. Jill Ginsberg, of Kaiser Permanente and the North By Northeast Community Health Center, about their amazing facility and services to our community.
the services available patient and that's exactly and with -- patients with cancer who have had surgery chemotherapy radiation and we've had patients who've had a really extensive means and have -- not treated -- -- access it's been amazing for
Providence Portland Medical Foundation
A discussion with Kelly Buechler, the Executive Director of Providence Portland Medical Foundation, and Martin Helleson & Allison Johnson, from the Windermere Foundation, about the fundraising efforts to help build the new Guest Housing Facility for the Portland Providence campus. http://foundation.windermere.com/about/ www.providence.org
patients are coming. And they just have daily outpatient procedures for instance. Radiation oncology . To brief press it's a brief. Procedure every day but its weeks long and then -- of east today. So we decided