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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 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.
 
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 ...
 
Cancer survivorship begins with diagnosis and many patients continue to experience personal fears, family concerns, financial worries and medical treatments. Onward: The Survivorship Journey, an oncology survivorship program at Baylor Scott & White Health brings together a multidisciplinary team of clinical oncology professionals to help patients and their families navigate the cancer journey after treatment ends.
 
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.
 
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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, 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…
 
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?"…
 
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…
 
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…
 
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…
 
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…
 
Advocacy can take many forms in the cancer community — from advocating for yourself or a loved one to receive the best possible treatment to calling your Congressperson or testifying on Capitol Hill to demand increased access to care. This episode explores different ways cancer mavericks have elevated survivors’ needs and improved their lives, incl…
 
By the 1980s, cancer was no longer a death sentence. But the question of what surviving actually meant was unanswered. Cancer survivors had to navigate issues around employment, relationships, and the emotional and physical side effects of treatment in a world that largely didn’t know what to do with them. (and they were still called “victims.”) In…
 
This Podcast is about a non-dualistic perspective to life and living, cancer and cancer survivorship. Today's guest (Episode nr. 9) is dear friend, Book Author and Spiritual Counsellor Jackie Lora Jones. Join Jackie and I as we talk from the heart, about abuse and hardship during the cancer journey, and the importance of accessing our higher mind t…
 
Mary Lasker used to say that more money was spent on advertising campaigns for gum than was spent on cancer research. She’d seen the effects of that almost non-existent budget first hand: she watched people close to her die from cancer, including her advertising exec husband. She was outraged by the lack of money and research devoted to ending the …
 
This Podcast is about a non-dualistic perspective to life and living, cancer and cancer survivorship. Today's guest (Episode nr. 8) is dear friend and Psychologist Dr. Lee Jampolsky. Join Lee and I as we talk from the heart, about the importance of true presence, the holy instant and its role in healing. To learn more about Lee's work please visit …
 
Discover how Supportive and Palliative Care Services has evolved in this honest discussion with Mark Casanova, MD, Director of Supportive and Palliative Care at Baylor Scott & White - Dallas.โดย Baylor Scott & White Health
 
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 Media…
 
Christine Susan Landry, MD, Co-Medical Director of the Skin Malignancy Research and Treatment Center at Baylor Scott & White – Dallas, discusses surgical procedures following melanoma diagnosis.โดย Baylor Scott & White Health
 
In this episode, we sit down with Aaron Farberg, MD, a dermatologist at Baylor Scott & White Health, to understand the basics of melanoma and how to treat and prevent skin cancer.โดย Baylor Scott & White Health
 
This Podcast is about a non-dualistic perspective to life and living, cancer and cancer survivorship. Please join me as I provide a snap-shot of the A Course in Miracle's teachings on the purpose of relationships during our life's journey. Whether you are healthy or having any kind of health challenge, you may find that these reflections about the …
 
This Podcast is about a non-dualistic perspective to life and living, cancer and cancer survivorship. Please join me as I provide a snap-shot of the A Course in Miracle's teachings for listeners who may be at the start of journey with the Course. Whether you are healthy or having any kind of health challenge, you may find that these reflections abo…
 
Five years ago, Jennifer Cordts was diagnosed with a rare form of breast cancer known as inflammatory breast cancer (IBC). Through her survivorship journey, Jennifer decided to reach out to other survivors of IBC and start a support group to provide hope and love to others. In this episode, Jennifer walks us through her cancer diagnosis and the imp…
 
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, Co-President of the Foundation for Inner Peace, book author and Psychiatrist Dr. Robert Rosenthal (www.drbob-author.com or www.acim.org) to discuss how you can best love and support someone during …
 
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…
 
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…
 
Denise Robertson is no stranger to cancer. Although she's been diagnosed with cancer three times, she doesn't let that stop her from living life to the fullest. In this episode, Denise talks about how she learned to cope and thrive through her cancer diagnosis, what she wishes she knew when she was first diagnosed, and advice for those going throug…
 
This Podcast is about a non-dualistic perspective to life and living, cancer and cancer survivorship. Please join me as I interview, for a second time, book author, musician and spiritual counselor Cindy Lora Renard (www.cindylora.com) to discuss perspectives on the cancer journey according to the teachings of A Course in Miracles. This is my secon…
 
This Podcast is about a non-dualistic perspective to life and living, cancer and cancer survivorship. Please join me as I interview my first guest, book author, musician and spiritual counselor Cindy Lora Renard (www.cindylora.com). To view this Podcast on YouTube (Video recording), please follow the following link: https://youtu.be/9-3GB8KZkx8 It …
 
Shannon Poppito, PhD, a licensed clinical psychologist at Baylor Charles A. Sammons Cancer Center, sits down to discuss how to handle stressors brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic and ways to create a positive, healthy mindset during uncertain times.โดย Baylor Scott & White Health
 
Ruth Fidler, a pathologist at Baylor Scott & White Health, sits down with Alan Wright to tell her story on why she's participating in this year's Swim Across America event and the importance of giving to cancer research.โดย Baylor Scott & White Health
 
After undergoing a lumpectomy or mastectomy, many women look to breast reconstruction after surgery. Lucy Wallace, MD, a breast surgeon at Baylor University Medical Center, talks all about oncoplastic surgery, the difference between a lumpectomy vs. mastectomy, and what all women need to know about breast reconstruction options. Music is by Daniel …
 
Curious about your family history of cancer and other diseases? Kelly Johnson, MS, MPH, CGC, a certified genetic counselor at Baylor Univerisity Medical Center explains what genetic testing is, the important difference between commercial and clinical genetic testing, and what's new in the field of genetic research.…
 
Dr. Carlos Becerra, MD, a medical oncologist at Baylor University Medical Center, discusses how immunotherapy is changing treatment for those with pancreatic cancer and gastrointestinal malignancies. Dr. Becerra also dives into the future of immunotherapy treatment and cancer research at Baylor Scott & White Health.…
 
In this episode of Onward, Alan Wright sits down with James Fleshman, MD, chief of surgery at Baylor University Medical Center, to discuss what everyone should know about colon cancer and how art is vital in the healing process.โดย Baylor Scott & White Health
 
Art is more than just a display of work to hang in a home or office, it's also a form of therapy. Alan Wright, a chaplain at Baylor University Medical Center, sits down with Ashley Jones, an art therapist at Baylor Scott & White Sammons Cancer Center, to discuss how art therapy offers an alternative approach to medicine by inviting patients to expr…
 
Aun cuando la muerte es una parte inevitable de la vida, muy pocos de nosotros sabemos simplemente qué decir o cómo encontrar el apoyo que necesitamos cuando estamos acercándonos al final de la vida y diciendo nuestros últimos adioses. Morir bien--La etapa final de supervivencia provee información para apoyar a los sobrevivientes (y sus familiares)…
 
Parte 2 de 2. Vida despúes del cáncer aborda varios temas importantes que son específicos para la vida despúes del diagnóstico y el tratamiento inicial del cáncer.โดย National Coalition for Cancer Survivorship
 
Parte 1 de 2. Vida despúes del cáncer aborda varios temas importantes que son específicos para la vida despúes del diagnóstico y el tratamiento inicial del cáncer.โดย National Coalition for Cancer Survivorship
 
Cuidados para el encargado del paciente fue creado para brindar a quienes cuidan a los pacientes con cáncer recursos y apoyo que les permitan afrontar los problemas que se les presentan constantemente.โดย National Coalition for Cancer Survivorship
 
Búsqueda de alternativas para pagar los cuidados está diseñado para ayudar a aquéllos sin seguro de salud o con seguro insuficiente que tienen dificultad para pagar los cuidados y los medicamentos.โดย National Coalition for Cancer Survivorship
 
Temas para la tercera edad fue concebido específicamente para abordar los problemas que pueden afrontar las personas de edad avanzada. Como ejemplos de esos temas podemos mencionar la obtención de cuidados de calidad a pesar de la edad y demás problemas de salud que usted tenga, la obtención de ayuda para pagar los medicamentos que necesita y la de…
 
Primeros pasos para el recién diagnosticado hace referencia a la información que se debe recolectar y las decisiones que se deben tomar durante los primeros días y semanas siguientes a su diagnóstico de cáncer. En este programa, le ofrecemos pautas prácticas diseñadas para ayudarle a dar esos primeros pasos para enfrentar con éxito los retos que un…
 
Defender sus derechos significa aprender a hacer activamente algo a su favor. Esto también se conoce como autodefensa. Después de escuchar este programa de Herramientas, usted estará mejor preparado para sentirse más en control de su vida y tener confianza para enfrentar los desafíos que parecen demasiado difíciles de superar.…
 
Negociar significa dialogar con las personas involucradas en el cuidado de su salud para obtener lo que necesita para vivir la mejor calidad de vida posible.โดย National Coalition for Cancer Survivorship
 
Solucionar los problemas significa ser capaz de seguir los pasos necesarios para resolver una situación difícil en su vida o en sus actividades cotidianas.โดย National Coalition for Cancer Survivorship
 
Tomar decisiones significa ser capaz de identificar cómo tomar decisiones, cómo puede funcionar or mejorar su estilo de toma de decisiones y cómo puede comparar las ventajas y las desventajas de una decisión acerca de su tratamiento para el cáncer.โดย National Coalition for Cancer Survivorship
 
Buscar información significa ser capaz de utilizar todos los medios disponibles para encontrar la información que le ayudará a entender su tipo de cáncer y su tratamiento.โดย National Coalition for Cancer Survivorship
 
Comunicar significa dejarle saber a alguien claramente lo que usted está pensando y sintiendo, y saber también lo que está pensando y sintiendo la otra persona.โดย National Coalition for Cancer Survivorship
 
Runtime 28:00 Fitness expert Donna Wilson of Memorial Sloan Kettering explains the benefits of physical activity and demonstrates exercises for cancer survivors. read moreโดย Survivorship
 
Runtime 64:00 Memorial Sloan Kettering dermatologist Mario Lacouture discusses common skin, hair, and nail conditions affecting cancer survivors. read moreโดย Survivorship
 
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