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Most people don’t know that you’re considered a cancer survivor at the moment of diagnosis. It wasn’t always this way. Sixty years ago, a cancer diagnosis was a death sentence. And if you did survive, you were left to figure out the rest of your life on your own. But some survivors demanded something different, something better. From OffScrip Health, this is The Cancer Mavericks, a deep-dive narrative into the people who fought for better treatment, forced doctors to listen, and pushed Ameri ...
 
This Podcast is about a non-dualistic perspective to life and living, cancer and cancer survivorship. Please join me as I interview my guests. I am a A Course in Miracles (ACIM) student, mother, scientist and musician. Happy to share my life perspective with you and bring forward a dialogue with great spirits who agree to share their wisdom and light with the world.
 
La meta de Herramientas para la Supervivencia al Cáncer es ayudarlo a desarrollar técnicas útiles en su vida diaria mientras afronta el diagnóstico y el tratamiento del cáncer. Los miembros de la familia y los encargados del cuidado de la salud también pueden utilizar estas herramientas con un niño o con cualquier otra persona con cáncer.
 
Our video podcasts, featuring Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center cancer survivorship experts - physicians, nurses, social workers, psychologists, and physical therapists -- address a range of physical, social, practical, and personal concerns faced by cancer survivors.
 
With more than 100 cancer care providers, Minnesota Oncology offers access to the latest evidence-based treatment paths, 12 close-to-home locations in the Twin Cities Metro area, and comprehensive services to support the whole person. In this podcast, experts from Minnesota Oncology and our community of care discuss the latest topics in oncology treatments, research, support, caregiving, and more. Treating cancer takes a community. Welcome to ours. Visit: https://mnoncology.com
 
The Cancer Champion Fitness Podcast simplifies fitness and nutrition as it relates to the fight against cancer. You have enough on your plate, so let us keep you up to date on the latest cancer research, trends, and relevant information. Follow along for important conversations with experts across a variety of fields, all while staying focused on your unique needs.
 
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Cancer Survival Toolbox®

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Cancer Survival Toolbox®

National Coalition for Cancer Survivorship

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The Cancer Survival Toolbox is an award-winning series of audio programs developed by leading cancer organizations to help people develop important skills to meet the challenges of their illness. The audio programs address scenarios for many topics and issues cancer patients/survivors face during their cancer journey. The conversations touch on issues from how to communicate with your doctor, family and loved ones, to understanding complicated financial issues. Each scenario is inspired by t ...
 
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Wellness Within Cancer Support

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Wellness Within Cancer Support

Wellness Within Cancer Support Services

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Join Wellness Within instructors, staff and special guests for relaxing meditations and thoughtful, enlivening conversation about pertinent treatment and survivorship topics supporting wellness in the presence of cancer. This podcast is offered freely to ensure everyone has access to these practices and conversations offered by Wellness Within Cancer Support Services. If you feel inspired to donate to support Wellness Within offerings, please visit wellnesswithin.org.
 
OUR MISSION To facilitate tangible improvements in the lives of people who have been affected by cancer(s), by providing them and their loved ones the necessary survival tools, education, support and advocacy so that they can become responsible for and take an active role in their own medical care and wellbeing. OUR GOAL Our goal is to teach all people affected by cancer, including those with multiple cancers and/or rare cancers, to become CANCER THRIVERS.
 
Being a cancer survivor brings its own set of challenges that can affect every aspect of your life. Join Ciaran Fairman, alongside leading researchers, doctors, health professionals and cancer survivors themselves, as they bring you the latest in exercise, nutrition, and lifestyle behaviors to reduce cancer risk and improve survivorship.
 
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The Cancer Pod

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The Cancer Pod

Tina Kaczor, ND, FABNO & Leah Sherman, ND, RYT 200

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Tina and Leah are friends who talk about all things cancer-related...they are also naturopathic doctors. Leah is the cancer insider, whereas Tina is the sciency one. Got questions about cancer? Chances are good they'll be talking about it from an integrative medicine point of view. Chocked full of just enough science to keep things interesting. They take a subject and break it up into three (or four) episodes. These episodes make up a pod, which is where we get our name, The Cancer Pod. Disc ...
 
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The Cancer Dietitian Podcast

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The Cancer Dietitian Podcast

Julie Lanford, , MPH, RD, CSO, LDN - The Cancer Dietitian

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Welcome to The Cancer Dietitian Podcast! Join Julie Lanford, MPH, RD, CSO, LDN, a bonafide expert in oncology nutrition, as she guides you through the forest of nutrition and cancer information. Are you a cancer patient wondering what to eat to keep your body as healthy as possible during treatment? Are you a cancer survivor wanting to eat as healthy as possible to reduce the risk of recurrence? Are you sick of all the crazy info around nutrition and just want an evidence-based resource for ...
 
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Cancer Can

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Cancer Can

Christopher Sis

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Conversations for cancer patients and survivors. How do I become an A+ patient and survivor? That is, how can I do everything in my control to live as long as I can with the best quality of life? What do I read? Who do I listen to? How do I lose the least from this setback and gain the most from it? How do I make the best treatment decisions and then prepare for and execute each step of that treatment? How do I best mitigate and recover from the physical, emotional, and mental burdens? How s ...
 
Anyone who has been through breast cancer and breast cancer treatment knows it’s not over the day you ring the chemo bell. All too often there are ongoing health deficits and problems that go on for months or even years after oncology treatment. As more and more women and men are living with breast cancer as a chronic disease there is a need for integrative care that combines the best of conventional medical treatment and natural and complementary medicine that address not only oncology trea ...
 
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This Podcast is about a non-dualistic perspective to life and living, cancer and cancer survivorship. Please join me as I interview, for the first time, best selling author, musician, and spiritual counsellor Gary Renard (www.garyrenard.com) to discuss healing methods from the perspective of A Course in Miracles. Whether you are healthy or having a…
 
Cancer-related fatigue (CrF) is common, both during treatment for cancer and afterwards. Studies show up to 30% of cancer survivors experience fatigue for years following diagnosis. This isn’t your run-of-the-mill not getting a good night’s sleep or overdoing it at the gym fatigue. CrF is its own entity. It’s not relieved by sleep or rest, and can …
 
For decades, the portrayal of cancer in movies and television was grim. If a character was diagnosed with cancer, it was a near certainty they'd be dead by the credits. But, like cancer treatment itself, Hollywood evolved, and many storylines about cancer became stories of survival. In this episode, we ask the question, "Who influences us and why?"…
 
Join Susan Whitaker in a guided meditation for inviting gifts that arise from quieting the mind. There are certain things that are essential to living a healthy, happy, meaningful life. Susan believes that yoga is one of them and had dedicated her life to sharing it with others. She has taught and practiced yoga for over 45 years. Susan specializes…
 
Did you know that the American Cancer Society estimated that there were going to be 1.9 million new cancer cases diagnosed in the year 2021? There is growing evidence around less-publicized chemical exposures that have been linked to certain cancers such as breast cancer. So what are these chemical exposures that we encounter every day, and what ca…
 
Listen as Karen leads a meditation to help you to pay kind attention to your body and journey through a practice of self-compassion. Karen is an inspiring 11-year, two-time breast cancer survivor who was introduced to yoga while recovering from treatments, surgeries, and a broken pelvis. Karen shares, “I could tell my body was healing and getting s…
 
Enjoy this relaxing meditation for opening your heart to gratitude. Distinguish what you think you should be grateful for and that of which is more genuine inside of you, to learn what you are really most grateful for. Wellness Within is the realization of a dream for Patti. After 20 years in private practice as a psychotherapist, she decided to ho…
 
​​What is genetic testing and is it appropriate for you? How do you talk to your doctor about getting tested? Tina and Leah cover what you need to know in this episode of The Cancer Pod: Talk to Your Doctor About Genetic Testing. Hereditary cancers happen, but what are the chances? It is estimated that 10% of all cancers are due to genes we inherit…
 
This Podcast is about a non-dualistic perspective to life and living, cancer and cancer survivorship. Please join me as I interview, for the first time, book author and journalist D. Patrick Miller (www.dpatrickmiller.com) and we engage in a thoughtful conversation about life and its lessons, particularly those related to the body, how to cultivate…
 
Participants in our monthly Compose YOURSELF! Music Therapy classes are frequently invited to join in songwriting experiences with our music therapist, Celeste Keith MT-BC. No previous music experience is needed to participate in these classes. Celeste uses a variety of safe and collaborative approaches to lead group members in crafting songs that …
 
Join Susan Whitaker as she leads a guided meditation that invites you to listen to your inner voice. There are certain things that are essential to living a healthy, happy, meaningful life. Susan believes that yoga is one of them and had dedicated her life to sharing it with others. She has taught and practiced yoga for over 45 years. Susan special…
 
Can breast cancer be found with a blood test? What role do genes and proteins play in developing cancer? What, exactly, are personalized diagnostics? We spoke with BCRF investigator Dr. Joshua LaBaer to answer these questions and more. Dr. LaBaer is one of the country’s foremost investigators in personalized medicine. He serves as executive directo…
 
Doctors' appointments can be overwhelming, especially after a cancer diagnosis. There are so many questions to ask even before walking into the office, and then once a treatment plan is presented there are even more questions. On the latest episode of The Cancer Pod, Tina and Leah review some of the questions to bring up at an oncology appointment …
 
Join Karen Penfold as she leads a somatic meditation for pain relief. This meditation will calm the nervous system which will help release tension, receive rest, and find relief. Karen is an inspiring 11-year, two-time breast cancer survivor who was introduced to yoga while recovering from treatments, surgeries, and a broken pelvis. Karen shares, “…
 
It's the first pod inspired by our listeners' requests! Talk to Your Doctor is a series of episodes about, well, how to talk to your doctor! Whether it's about integrative medicine or questions you might not have thought of, we'll try and cover it in this pod. In the first episode of this series, we answer the question "how do I ask my doctor about…
 
In this episode, Wellness Within's Patti Brown MS LMFT, Elizabeth Klein, and Stevie Hannickel have an open, honest, and encouraging discussion about the need for rest during difficult times. This episode speaks to the elephant in the room and addresses how productivity can be tied to identity, how to recognize when we are depressed or unmotivated, …
 
This chakra is represented by a thousand-petaled lotus made of light, right above the crown of the head. Here is where we connect with that which is greater than ourselves, drawing it into our physical bodies through noticing the constant movement within. All of the chakras are represented here, from the root to the crown. We will ponder how to bri…
 
This Podcast is about a non-dualistic perspective to life and living, cancer and cancer survivorship. Please join me as I interview, for the first time, book author, teacher and counsellor Carol Howe (www.carolhowe.com) and we engage in a heart-warming conversation about how to cultivate peace of mind and confidence through A Course in Miracles and…
 
Wellness Within Founder, Patti Brown reads two powerful poems that were recently created by clients who participated in the Poetry in Our Everyday Lives workshop series led by Annie Mascorro, MFA. We thank Aileen Florentz & Donna Gilreath for sharing their powerful words. The music in today's episode is provided by Elizabeth Proett, MA, CMP from Mu…
 
In this episode, Wellness Within welcomes a special guest, Constanza Roeder who is a cancer survivor and is the founder and CEO of Hearts Need Art: Creative Support for Patients and Caregivers, a nonprofit in San Antonio, TX. Their mission is to create moments of joy, self-expression, and connection with those facing life-altering health challenges…
 
Sleep disturbances may affect 40% of cancer survivors up to five years post treatment. In Episode 9 of Side Eff#%ks pod, Tina and Leah covered the causes of sleep disturbances and sleep hygiene, and now in Episode 10, they review integrative approaches to sleep management, including herbs and supplements that address anxiety and pain, which often c…
 
This episode is welcomed by our guest and Breast Cancer Survivor, Nicole Eldredge as she shares her powerful message about early detection and her experience of being diagnosed at the age of 45, right as the pandemic started to develop. Nicole provides her unique perspective as having worked for many years in the Sutter Oncology department prior to…
 
Join Anika Mahavni as she leads a 15-minute guided meditation that includes breathing and visualization techniques to deepen self-love and relaxation. This podcast is sponsored in part by Consolidated Communications and Merchants Bank of Commerce. This podcast is offered freely to ensure everyone has access to these practices and conversations offe…
 
While academic and medical research has led to incredible breakthroughs in breast cancer care—including new treatments and screening methods—these advances have not reached every patient in every corner of the globe. With breast cancer now the most commonly diagnosed cancer in the world, it’s critical that lifesaving advances are deployed more equi…
 
Good quality sleep is always important, but it becomes especially precious following a cancer diagnosis. A good night's sleep supports our immune system, our mood, and so much more. It helps our body and mind heal. Anxiety, depression, and pain are only a few common causes of sleep disruption. In the first of this two-part episode, Tina and Leah ta…
 
In this episode Wellness Within Founder Patti Brown, MS LMFT is joined by honored guest, Anne Katz, PhD, RN, FAAN to discuss Cancer and Sexuality. Dr. Katz addresses the need for oncologists to break the silence on the topic of sexuality with their patients, how survivors and their partners can navigate vulnerable conversations about sexuality, and…
 
In this meditation, we focus on light and how we can see the light in people and objects more clearly with our third eye, or Ajna. This light reflects the inner vibration of all beings and all things. This is our place of intuition and imagination. We will learn how to imagine others generating their own light for healing instead of sending light t…
 
Facing a diagnosis of cancer at any age is horrible. But for young adults, it’s just plain different. Not better. Not worse. Different. Those diagnosed between the ages of 15 and 39 are on a planet all their own, often left to fend for themselves as lost voices sandwiched between pediatrics and adult cancer. The consequences of living with, through…
 
We're continuing with our theme of things that make our life miserable...I mean side effects from cancer treatment. Mouth sores and taste changes can greatly affect quality of life when going through treatment for cancer. Tina and Leah discuss causes and both pharmaceutical and integrative approaches to managing these side effects. Hello, and welco…
 
Patti Brown leads a guided imagery mediation of a walk amongst the trees. This meditation invites you to focus on the change in seasons, including the seasons of your life. Wellness Within is the realization of a dream for Patti. After 20 years in private practice as a psychotherapist, she decided to honor the tugging at her heart and open a grassr…
 
This Podcast is about a non-dualistic perspective to life and living, cancer and cancer survivorship. Please join me as I interview, for the third time, best selling author, musician and spiritual counsellor Cindy Lora-Renard (www.cindylora.com) to discuss healing methods from the perspective of A Course in Miracles. Whether you are healthy or havi…
 
It's here! The first in what we hope to be many episodes on cancer treatment-related side effects. The most common questions we get have to do with integrative oncology approaches to managing common, and not so common, side effects when patients go through chemotherapy, radiation, and surgery. (Immunotherapy and targeted therapies are included when…
 
Join our guest Jeannette Northern and Wellness Within Founder Patti Brown in a conversation about the ancient practice of Jin Shin Jyutsu. Jin Shin Jyutsu is a nature-based healing system that is grounded in the body's innate ability to bring balance and harmony to itself. Jin Shin Jyutsu, like acupressure or acupuncture, activates and opens blocke…
 
Join Karen Penfold as she leads a somatic meditation to help you release tension, and to feel or sense hope as an anchor for the soul. Karen is an inspiring 11-year, two-time breast cancer survivor who was introduced to yoga while recovering from treatments, surgeries, and a broken pelvis. Karen shares, “I could tell my body was healing and getting…
 
Join Susan in exploring your connection to the solar plexus chakra which is in the center of the body, at the diaphragm. It’s also called the Manipura chakra and is associated with the color yellow, like the sun. This is where we store our life force energy. It houses the inner element of fire and the will. A strong solar plexus helps us feel self-…
 
The third episode in the Good for You? Bad for You? pod is here, and it's about soy. Soy was a conundrum in the nutrition and the integrative medicine realm for many years—is it helping or harming cancer patients? Tina helps clear up some of the confusion and Leah is the Debbie Downer in this podcast. Remember to subscribe, rate, and review The Can…
 
For those who are still listening after our alcohol episode (hello loyal fans!), here is an episode that is easier to swallow. Tina and Leah talk about coffee, the good, the bad, the better, as well as that crazy hot dog article that was circulating a few weeks ago. What do hot dogs have to do with coffee? Tune in and find out! And as always, links…
 
Alcohol might be a solution, but it won't solve your problems. Okay, cheesy chemistry jokes aside, alcohol is always in the news. One day we read alcohol is going to save us from heart disease, the next day we're reading for every drink over the recommended limit, *someone* is going to take anywhere from 15 to 30 minutes off of our lives (yes, this…
 
Join our guest Jeannine Walston and Wellness Within's Stevie Hannickel in a conversation about Integrative Cancer Care for the Whole Person. As a 23-year brain tumor survivor, Jeannine has been working as a Cancer Coach, Consultant & Speaker. She shares why integrative cancer care is so important, as well as the 5 major components of health with em…
 
Join Anika Mahavni as she leads a 15-minute progressive muscle relaxation exercise for easing both the mind and body. This podcast is sponsored in part by Consolidated Communications and Merchants Bank of Commerce. This podcast is offered freely to ensure everyone has access to these practices and conversations offered by Wellness Within Cancer Sup…
 
In just over 20 years, the number of cancer survivors in the United States has doubled to 17 million survivors, each confronting their new (ab)normal lives. From chemo brain to PTSD, medical debt to workplace discrimination, this episode follows survivors along with their unique—and often difficult—paths post-treatment. In this episode, we hear fro…
 
How exciting, the last installment of the Hot Flash pod is here! In this episode, we cover common and not-so-common nutritional supplements that we've used with our patients and some we have only heard about. We also share some clinical pearls, handy hints, and a bit of woo, because why not? And we added music to our intro! Let us know what you thi…
 
This is a hot topic, don't you think? In this episode, we start to talk about ways to address hot flashes, including the pros and cons of some of the most popular drugs and phytoestrogens, and how they may or may not interact with commonly prescribed medications like tamoxifen. What the heck are phytoestrogens exactly? Tune in to find out! Check ou…
 
Join Susan in exploring your connection to the throat chakra. It is a place where we become intuitively aware of our wisdom. It is also called the Vishudda chakra and is connected to the color of sky blue, and the element of ether. It connects to the mouth, nose, ears, and throat. It tunes us into the sound of our breath and voice. From this chakra…
 
Why does something as simple as a scoop of ice cream set off hot flashes in some people? Hot flashes are a common side effect of cancer treatments, especially hormonal cancers like breast and prostate. In this episode, Tina and Leah discuss some common, and not so common, triggers of hot flashes and their take on what you can be done about it. Find…
 
How can genetic testing data encourage prevention and agency without amplifying personal fear? What can research reveal about genetic markers of risk and predisposition? Or, put differently, how can understanding one’s inherited risk improve approaches to precision prevention? Dr. Ephrat Levy-Lahad is on the forefront of this research, focusing on …
 
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