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Leukemia & Lymphoma Society 093018
AN INTERVIEW WITH ANNA WILLIAMS WITH THE LEUKEMIA & LYMPHOMA SOCIETY ABOUT THE WORK THEY DO RAISING MONEY FOR AND FUNDING CANCER RESEARCH AND ABOUT THEY BENEFIT WALK “LIGHT THE NIGHT”.
these brilliant minds these doctors and researchers. Are doing things like taking HIV virus. And manipulating and in adapting and putting it back into the body of bed and then it's attacking the cancer cells.
Suicide Prevention 092318
AN INTERVIEW WITH RYAN PRICE FROM THE AMERICAN FOUNDATION FOR SUICIDE PREVENTION ABOUT TALKING ABOUT MENTAL HEALTH AND HOW TO HELP PEOPLE CONSIDERING SUICIDE OR STRUGGLING WITH MENTAL HEALTH ISSUES.
at and and that it was saving lives things like cancer and HIV aids . You know to go along win if we do a misunderstanding. About those diseases. You you struggle with the stigma people just
Adventist Health 090918
AN INTERVIEW WITH DR. RUSTY KINDER, PAIN SPECIALIST WITH ADVENTIST HEALTH ABOUT OPIOID USE, ALTERNATIVES TO PAIN MANAGEMENT, AND HOW ADVENTIST HEALTH HAS BEEN SUCCESSFUL AT REDUCING OPIOID USE.
not treating a patient with chronic pain I prescribe to deal to aids you were thought to not be providing appropriate care. So as a cultural thing in part parlay the government had. Was a
Marylhurst School of Business 050618
to act. You're reinforcing the belief that we had so. That's why aids setting things got ahead of time understanding. The definition of success and how success is going to be measured. Before we know
Red Dress Party 050618
AN INTERVIEW WITH JUDGE KEMP, SPOKESPERSON FOR THE RED DRESS PDX PARTY, A NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION/PARTY THAT RAISES MONEY FOR BRIDGING VOICES AND ROCK N ROLL CAMP FOR GIRLS.
wearing red in the very Shakespeare out. And gratitude. Is symbolic question HIV aids education and awareness. So that's where do you red dress came from. In response to Y tres. Tell you about some of
Leukemia & Lymphoma Society 031818
AN INTERVIEW WITH JULIE DAVIDSON AND BLAKE SAKAMOTO WITH LLS ABOUT THE WORK THEY DO, THEIR FUNDRAISING EFFORTS, AND THE RESEARCH BEING DONE LOCALLY TO FIGHT BLOOD CANCERS.
cars to sell music therapy and that's basically he re engineered. The HIV virus to turn it into a cancer serial killer. And when it was reintroduced into with a patient. Not only did they not get HIV of course because if the virus at an altered. But it was able to identify and attack just the cancers house. So
Planned Parenthood 012118
AN INTERVIEW WITH ADRIENNE QUINTANA, CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER FROM PLANNED PARENTHOOD COLUMBIA WILLAMETTE ABOUT THE SERVICES THEY OFFER AND GENERAL SEXUAL HEALTH TOPICS.
control family planning annual well visits as TI treatment. And screening. Ally HIV confidential HIV testing. We offer cervical cancer screening and treatment. And we're happy to announce that we are now delivering transgender hormonal provision and Pratt. Pre exposure prophylaxis for HIV to help in the prevention of HIV transmission. Talib. Patience Steve Doocy and on an annual basis. Currently we see I'm almost 75000. Patient visits a year or so
the time is right for her. We also offer I mean are HIV testing and our our prep services which are lifesaving services. I'm so we neat we know that the services we can provide
We have on a lot of young people fat don't remember when HIV . First came out and how frightening it was and and the death told that it took. We have new medications that are
Marathon Scholars 101517
AN INTERVIEW WITH STEVE WASSERBERGER AND BROOKE ADAMS WITH MARATHON SCHOLARS ABOUT THE WORK THEY DO WITH UNDER-RESOURCED CHILDREN TO MAKE THEIR WAY THROUGH COLLEGE.
her do that watch her succeed in watcher. Work. But also enjoy aids or warts from her work in she can be there to coach them with her knowledge but you know what. Even though
to changing their life before of always worker organizations at the band aids on things that we say great fourth grader
A Family For Every Child 080617
AN INTERVIEW WITH KIMBERLY LAUMAN, ADOPTION SOCIAL WORKER WITH A FAMILY FOR EVERY CHILD ABOUT THE WORK THEY DO IN THE ADOPTION PROCESS OF FOSTER CHILDREN.
care from zero to eighteen. And depending on the state that that aids has kind of changed. Some states consider 21 to be the top and the Foster care can. I would say average. Eat
our school program working is not a barrier to tops. How about aids the parents' age and bit me it is there a point where you're too old to adopt or maybe too young to
Piano Push Play 070217
AN INTERVIEW WITH MEGAN MCGEORGE, CREATIVE DIRECTOR AND FOUNDER OF PIANO PUSH PLAY, AN ORGANIZATION THAT RESCUES PIANOS, PLACES THEM ON THE STREETS OF PORTLAND FOR EVERYONE TO PLAY, THEN DONATES THEM TO SCHOOLS, COMMUNITY CENTERS, OR OTHER ORGANIZATIONS.
know summit that the media and it feels close to than an aids in hot and on that stuff in panic button as had a click the song are you. What else you know we