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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.
It can be spread. Basically to blood. So before 1992. And widespread screening at the blood supply or supply for hepatitis he began in the United States. The infection would spread to transfusions. Blood product
delivers starting your kids at risk for complications. So should be routine screening be done. Exactly right you've fallen right into my my playing here so you're. He he had his strategy. That we look
being recommend had a colonoscopy is their cholesterol tested and you know prostate screening and mammograms typed. Just it just be part of that package and just make it very routine and I think a big
Zero Prostate Cancer 051417
AN INTERVIEW WITH AMANDA PINI, MARKETING DIRECTOR AT ZERO, A NON-PROFIT THAT HAS THE MISSION TO END PROSTATE CANCER AND THE FUN RUN/WALK THEY HAVE IN PORTLAND ON JUNE 16.
to this interview today. Wanna tell you about zero beat him to prostate cancer it's the leading national nonprofit with a mission to end prostate cancer . Zero advances research improves the lives of men and families in inspires action. And they have a fun run and walk can be a very soon and that's what we're gonna learn about today. On the show this summit like to welcome Amanda PG a mandate is the marketing and communications manager at zero the end of prostate cancer there Amanda. Are you ill on doing greats. Let's find out what zero eons to me all about zero. But Sunday you're the end of prostate cancer is the national nonprofit and our mission is to and prostate cancer . So we're working to do that I had been increased search on improving the lives of men and family is with our.
the opportunity to share awareness with people who may not be aware prostate cancer are threatened or on the implications of the disease. At the event is there informational booths available. Yeah don't we have. Specifically is zero people only to have info on dear all I thought prostate cancer on the things like that and they're also beyond. All of her. Property need for awareness there you know whether it's the DJ or other on vendors that sponsors that the event. So the goal of zero is obviously to in prostate cancer right. So so how do you how do you expect to do that and what timeframe do you have. Well on our working toward building generation bureau which is the first generation of men free from profit they can't though. I'm Ivan mentioned it through our run walk period which mainly build occupied from reading find that go to Oregon resurgent early detection and he didn't. On an all suited this meant to build awareness. One Annie and will be diagnosed with prostate cancer in their lifetime by. Men aren't always aware of their red printer did beans though at some more people we can kind
and advocate be here in BP. Where we fight for increased to prostate cancer research funding and we have. You know an army. Advocate to fight along side I think he's got. That's great I would
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 .
back. Well vaccine that's that's intriguing yeah. Well vaccine Doocy for for prostate cancer and Pratt and breast now. We actually at legacy have a vaccine trial open where one fight at a fourteen around the
Local Theater Coverage
A discussion with Don Horn, the Artistic Director for Triangle Productions, about the history of his theater company and their latest production, “In The Next Room or The Vibrator Play,” playing through the end of March. www.tripro.org
Rheumatism -- right has been following hair growing children. You know and prostate enlargement all of those things forcing. God if you had vibration. Would heal or Q are. Right right. And is a spoken
Breast Cancer Awareness
Iris Harrison discusses awareness of women’s cancer causes with Dr. Will Winter, the guitarist for N.E.D.(No Evidence of Disease), as well as their upcoming album and benefit concert.
be discussed I mean there's so many things. You know for men prostate cancer is pretty well bandied about these days and people know you know to go look and about a process -- well Mary
Prostate Cancer Awareness
A discussion with Dave Perron, the Vice-President of Baseball and Sports Enterprises at the Prostate Cancer Foundation, about the basics of Prostate Cancer Awareness and their great Home Run Challenge program, involving Major League Baseball.
he is the vice president of baseball and sports enterprises. For the Prostate Cancer Foundation. How are you -- thank -- glad to be here today. Appreciate it absolutely now of course prostate cancer is a huge issue probably bigger than most people realize is it true that it is the second most common cancer among
from the disease have gone down. Remarkably since the start of the Prostate Cancer Foundation and in 1993 and I've been with them for fourteen years and I've seen that and it's partly because of education early detection and so forth so. He has a huge huge part of boy you guys do. I'm let's talk a little bit about that did Prostate Cancer Foundation itself the what's the mission of the organization what are you guys out there trying to do. Well it's it's really
of background on yourself and how you came to be with the Prostate Cancer Foundation I mentioned atop the show here. The -- -- the vice president of baseball a sports enterprises that's not the title
Colorectal Cancer Awareness
A discussion with Dr. Joe Frankhouse, from Legacy Medical Group, about colorectal cancer awareness, education and prevention.
It is the second leading cause of cancer death. -- license tests prostate cancer more common in -- that very few men actually die of prostate cancer . And women Breaston and long still lead the way there but it is certainly positive test for both men and women. What
The Safeway Foundation
A discussion with Dan Floyd from the Safeway Foundation about the amazing amount of charity work they do and what you can do to help.
-- we give these -- skills and Special Olympics. -- -- -- prostate cancer currently if he -- source due to brokerage and money for muscular dystrophy so. Jerry's kids and then -- on the we've
million dollars. Towards efforts to improve detection and treatment of breast cancer prostate cancer . And during the past ten years you've raised more than 27 million to find a cure for neuromuscular diseases. Well there's I'm
Bike to Work // Reach the Beach
Susan Remmers with the Community Cycling Center and Michelle Emmons from REI talk about "Bike to Work Week" activities//Jennifer Baldwin with the American Lund Association in Oregon tells us about the "Reach the Beach" bike ride to benefit the Lung Association.
here is that. Lung cancer. Killed more people and breast colorectal and prostate cancer combined it might campers actually then number white cancer killer in the United States. And the final statistic about lung cancer. Like