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AN INTERVIEW WITH SARAH STAMPFLEE, THE ASSISTANCE NURSE MANAGER IN THE NICU AT RANDALL CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL AT LEGACY EMANUEL, ABOUT THE WORK THEY DO IN THE NICU AND HOW MONEY IS RAISED THROUGH THEIR KARTS FOR KIDS GROCERY PROGRAM.
intensive care unit. I you know what am I most people fade diabetes they really think it's this Tamarine and that drawn need to pad and the ability to support this Hanley true one of
I'm established the clinic caring kid overall. And track pad. Care for diabetes and the bad I nurses who were there every day every moment that eighty flights to help support them through whatever hurdler
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AN INTERVIEW WITH DELANNA STUDI, AUTHOR AND PERFORMER OF AND SO WE WALKED, AND MICHELLE WEISENBACH, PRESIDENT OF KEYBANK FOR OREGON AND SW WASHINGTON, ABOUT DELANNA’S PERFORMANCE OF HER MEMOIR AND JOURNEY ALONG THE TRAIL OF TEARS AT THE ARMORY AND THE SUPPORT OF KEYBANK IN THE ARTS.
kneel on. I'm the happiest he's older he's seventy he is he's diabetic keys as macular degeneration. Congestive heart failure chronic kidney disease your name and my father has and so my job was to
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AN INTERVIEW WITH DR. ERIC BLAKE, MEDICAL DIRECTOR AND NATUROPATHIC DOCTOR AT THE PORTLAND CLINIC OF HOLISTIC HEALTH ABOUT NATUROPATHIC MEDICINE AND HOW PATIENTS CAN BENEFIT FROM IT.
neutral graphic doctor at the Portland clinical holistic health. We talked about diabetes being on the rise that also cancer rates are on the rise the United States what do you see is causing that.
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AN INTERVIEW WITH GREG REMENSPERGER WITH THE METRO PORTLAND NEW CAR DEALERS ASSOCIATION AND MELISSA TWEET OF JDRF, ABOUT THE AUTO SHOW PREVIEW CHARITY PARTY THAT BENEFITS SEVERAL LOCAL CHARITIES INCLUDING JDRF.
ten and 1978 parents and I mission ST care chi and prevent diabetes . But even that's every two million painting mile every stage and Keane has happened since inception have I Cheney while that's a lot and now. What is JB RF stand for. AEC Standridge Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation that. Bring so many without saying us has happened and we wanted to get red and the juvenile diabetes parry and really encompass TNT which is tech Monday eighties. Cell acting and at this point and talent is there in a
just sick. But the congressman has been granted to stoop organ for diabetes research six point seven million mile. And some of that comes from the social preview and that Clinton doesn't do. So him maybe our audience isn't super familiar with this as you and I are with type one diabetes what is type one diabetes . Tackling maybe eighties and autoimmune disease which that included stops producing and sign. And ended we have the supplemented with an ultimate
now. Is because the advancements in the treatment and and dealing with. Diabetes is evolving so fast that we truly think that in our lifetime we will find a cure for for diabetes also. I likelier that you know let's just look in this morning some research that's on the horizon and just what's coming on to then 2018. It just them the amazing stuff that's coming in just the next few months is life changing really it really does and you think about the impact that. That this charity is doing to help so many people on a growing number of the population out there that are dealing with. Diabetes both both type money and other like positions because it is just that one person. Neat thing that we deal actually benefit to us down so. The when you look at the progress that were making and just let this local charity is is doing to help. Prevent and cure diabetes . And how it impacts so many people across the the nation and the world it's pretty amazing and it and if we
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AN INTERVIEW WITH ERIN DEVET, DIRECTOR OF RESIDENTIAL SERVICES AT DEPAUL REGARDING THE WORK THEY DO WITH PEOPLE WHO HAVE DRUG AND ALCOHOL ADDICTIONS AND ABOUT NATIONAL RECOVERY MONTH.
health improvements. Made by those term managing. Other health conditions such as diabetes hypertension asthma and heart disease. He had servants just reinforces the positive message that behavioral health is essential to overall health. Prevention
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colorectal or other forms of cancer lung cancer liver cancer. Arthritis and diabetes . And tobacco also worsen symptoms are people already living with chronic disease says it's. You know that burden all of hard on
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.
me read studies about. What percentage of people smoker how many have diabetes or ask message from one of these national surveys. And what happened in the third they were surprised when they first is
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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.
these folks they are incredibly busy they're taking care of chronic disease diabetes hypertension. Heart disease. They are already booked in backed up they do not have any other route in their schedules to fit
Auto Show JDRF 010817
AN INTERVIEW WITH GREG REMENSPERGER WITH THE METRO PORTLAND NEW CAR DEALERS ASSOCIATION AND JUDY SUMMERS, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF JDRF, ABOUT THE AUTO SHOW PREVIEW CHARITY PARTY THAT BENEFITS SEVERAL LOCAL CHARITIES INCLUDING JDRF.
of GT RF. Which is the leading global organization funding type one diabetes research more fundamental scoop guy is killing our annual meeting you insist if it is what our fourth here in a row
We are finding. Research to find a cure first and foremost for diabetes that were also fending. Research to help people manage their diabetes to have a higher quality of life so that they can stay healthy. And be ready for that cure. And in manage that lifestyle and a quality way. And so I new technology is part of our funding in research we have diabetes research going on in organ. And one of our researchers just received a grant last year this year from jetty area if in the aim at one point four million dollars. So the money that we raise an organ is coming back here. It's creating jobs in attempting to crew create a stronger. Research pop on Ford junior is in for the diabetes community. That is the most important part of our mission is the research because we determined to achieve that mission. We also provide outreach programs and services for people living with diabetes and their families. We have a program called bank of hope for newly diagnosed children it's a backpack with a Teddy bear named Rufus who has type one diabetes . And that's one of my favorite programs and then the children it really helps them cope. In these days information for the parents we have parent coffee groups around the state we serve the whole set of Oregon and southwest Washington. We have an adult supper club that's a social network. 50% of the new diagnoses of type one diabetes or children in 50% or adults and people don't realize that. And that's why we don't spell out Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation anymore because we're not just juvenile diabetes we are adults and children equally. Meant so we have an adult group we have a kid's art group that meets with
executive director of GDR rev. The leading global organization funding type one diabetes research microscope is an Entercom radio Portland public affairs program.
AN INTERVIEW WITH KARIS TSOLOMITIS, DEVELOPMENT COORDINATOR WITH JDRF AND GREG SMITH, JDRF WALK CORPORATE CHAIR, ABOUT THE WORK JDRF DOES TO CURE, TREAT, AND PREVENT DIABETES AND ABOUT THEIR FUNDRAISING WALK.
goal of JD RFO is to improve lives and cure type one diabetes creating the world's without type one diabetes . And on the show this time we're gonna find out how JD RF is doing that and what you can do to
what does TD Europe. For the leading international. Research for type one diabetes . In in search for a cure Margolis who. Cure or prevent and treat type one diabetes . I'm so every dollar that comes in where one of the most efficient. Nonprofits. In the world I'm actually I'm. Forbes kind
This is mostly GE RS mostly focuses on people with type one diabetes correct. Yeah we focus primarily on type one diabetes but in that effort researched a lot of our. Effects of our research have been spilled over into other disciplines and helps type to help kidney disease and help other you know functions on eye disease. So some some great. The results of come out of that as well. That's kind of helping everybody exactly the school so load type one and type two there's differences are it's all diabetes but there are two different. Species. That the I don't know I always say that kind of went together with that brought title diabetes . They are dramatically different. We look at it in a type one is virtually no insulin production from your pancreas and that. Relies on. Our bodies now rely on you know injections of insulin is through an actual injection through pump. It's a way that we have to continuously supply insulin to our body because it doesn't produce insulin as type one bad thing. I'm with type two diabetes you generally make insulin just not generally enough for your body type or your overall consumption. Oftentimes can be controlled with diet