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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.
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 their family they go
AN INTERVIEW WITH DANA BRANER, PHYSICIAN IN CHIEF AT DOERNBECHER CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL ABOUT THEIR HISTORY AND THEIR 90TH ANNIVERSARY IN 2016.
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.
St Baldrick's Foundation 052916
AN INTERVIEW WITH DR. JASON GLOVER, PEDIATRIC ONCOLOGIST, ABOUT THE FUNDRAISING ST. BALDRICK’S DOES FOR CHILDREN’S CANCER RESEARCH AND THEIR EVENT AT OAKS PARK.
carrying out my kick the most common type had acute mental plastic leukemia . You know we're we're curing them needed 95%. Had at those kids. And Porter. Still you know it's still apparently impaired here
different types of tissue. And most common types of childhood cancers are leukemia and brain tumors column I had very solid tumors that term. Hundreds of different types since childhood cancers. So those similar to
body and me. As key hotel and attack they have cancer or leukemia is in them and from the patients party. The same I've I've who would really love to help focusing boulder explanation but
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 to be helping somebody to get over their their. Disease or blood disorder . It's a pretty rewarding job. An and I also want to mention that at the time are preparing. The donor further aid
Hemophilia Foundation of Oregon 061415
AN INTERVIEW WITH MADONNA MCGUIRE SMITH, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR WITH THE HEMOPHILIA FOUNDaTION OF OREGON, ABOUT BLEEDING DISORDERS, THE CAUSES, THE WORK HFO DOES, AND ABOUT THEIR BENEFIT WALK ON JUNE 27.
the show we're going to be talking about bleeding disorders and the hemophilia foundation of or against a primarily volunteer run nonprofit organization. And I like to welcome Madonna McGwire Smith executive director of the hemophilia foundation Lori into microscopes for the Madonna. Good morning so tell us a little bit about yourself and your organization. Well I'm
ones are. He moved Helio which is broken into two groups AMD. Hemophilia a means that you're missing the protein is clotting factor. Called factor eight. And hemophilia B is you're missing the kind factor factor nine. I'm essentially one and an injury occurred and the body tries to stop. They're rushing out of blood. There are holes here are the factors that have to fall into place a bunch of proteins that have to be it Tom. Sort of spark and put into place and two of them one of them is missing if you have hemophilia day and a different one affecting you can't pedophilia be. So you affiliates probably the most common adopt those you know that
automatically pastime. But as much as a third of the cases of hemophilia are Al mutated. In the child or in the mother and pastimes so it's. There's sort of spontaneous and not genetically passed
See Ya Later June 22 2014
An interview with Tim Harris about the See Ya Later foundation, a non-profit organization based in McMinnville. See Ya Later helps families facing a health crisis and features community outreach programs, providing scholarships and sports day camps.
have no financial means. And you know we've helps the little girl's leukemia -- -- -- -- you never bed to sleep and so we would we bought her bed in blankets in the cola
Hemophilia Of Oregon
An interview with Madonna McGuire Smith, development and events director for Hemophilia Foundation Of Oregon, about blood disorders , their fundraising/awareness walk and run, and camps for kids.
southwest Washington. My name's Gary blocks of for over four decades the hemophilia foundation of Oregon has provided programs and services that promote and support knowledge health and efficacy for all people whose lives are affected by bleeding disorders and like to welcome the microscope Madonna -- Smith -- the development and events director for the hemophilia foundation of orient -- there Madonna. Parallel let's start off today by having you tell us a little bit about yourself but
there's a ball protect percentage of women who are now diagnosed with hemophilia . The largest categories of hemophilia . Hemophilia a which is hemophilia factor eight deficiency. Or hemophilia B which is an -- factor nine deficiency. There also a few other deficiencies as well some -- -- seven. But those
One is if you're my elbow and then typically if you have hemophilia there's very little change meant only if you have some sort of major injury electric car -- our surgery. And you just go about -- I can elevate. You know they give -- play -- a hole right. Treatment where you put compression and you elevated and other kind of stuff. And then if you are more moderate to severe. Then typically you would -- where. A blood product of some kind. For people with hemophilia they can treat with -- recombinant factor which is made from non human felt that you cannot contract. Blood borne diseases say you can actually -- with that still a lot of men and now women they let -- feel they can actually treats. -- from the week and prevent lots of -- so it's the lifestyle is comprised completely changed and improved and incredible for people now living with hemophilia . You really it's not nearly as detrimental Sierra livelihoods. As in the past now you can get pretty tree you can even
Sustainable Food Practices
A discussion with Arran Stephens, the CEO of Nature’s Path Foods, about the benefits available to all of it, by way of creating food organically.
of genetically modified potatoes are genetically modified. And that's you know developed leukemia and all kinds of other problems. And the problem is that the majority of products that you find in your local supermarket
American Cancer Society
A discussion with Barbara Sanders, from the American Cancer Society, and Mary Lou Burton, from Bravo! Wedding & Event, about the incredible work being done by ACS and the various events that are held to fund the fight against cancer, including the upcoming Bravo! Wedding Affair on Nov 11th at the Portland Art Museum. www.bravoweddingaffair.com www.cancer.org
in just peppering -- -- -- she is. Did drugs that help leukemia patient. And the survival rate went from almost from notre five -- almost over 90%. And he is on track for winning
Legacy Emmanuel Medical Center
A discussion with Dr. Lori Morgan, the Chief Administrative Officer of Legacy Emmanuel Medical Center, about their upcoming 100th Anniversary Celebration, as well as their history/relationship with the Portland community.
patient -- actually over 101000 patients a year that are diagnosed with leukemia or lymphoma. And not all of them and that meeting bone marrow transplants but many of them can do. About 70% of