35 Burst results for "Breast Cancer"

Mark Levin Sends Support to Casey DeSantis, Following Breast Cancer Diagnosis

Mark Levin

01:02 min | 2 weeks ago

Mark Levin Sends Support to Casey DeSantis, Following Breast Cancer Diagnosis

"Casey desantis the First Lady of Florida who is a friend of our family Has been diagnosed with breast cancer And as Ron DeSantis the governor and her husband stated I am sad to report that Florida's esteemed First Lady and my beloved wife Has been diagnosed with breast cancer As the mother three young children Casey's the centerpiece of our family has made an impact on the lives of countless floridians through her initiatives as First Lady As she faces the most difficult test of her life she will have not only my unwavering support but the support of our entire families as well as the prayers and well wishes from floridians across our state He said Casey is a true fighter she will never never never give up I only know what's in the public square and even beyond the borders of Florida the rest of us are praying for her as well And hope the very best for her

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Senator Amy Klobuchar Reveals Breast Cancer Diagnosis and Treatment

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | Last month

Senator Amy Klobuchar Reveals Breast Cancer Diagnosis and Treatment

"Minnesota senator Amy Klobuchar's says she has been treated for breast cancer that was detected earlier this year global charge we did that the cancer was found during a routine mammogram she eventually had a lumpectomy to remove it the sixty one year old club chart tells ABC's Good Morning America she completed radiation therapy and may you have a checkup in August showed she was doing well Klobuchar's says the cancer was stage one day meaning it had not spread beyond the breast she said she felt very fortunate to have caught it early after delaying the mammogram because of the corona virus pandemic I'm Mike Hampton

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Girls Aloud Singer Sarah Harding Dead at 39 From Breast Cancer

The Briefing

00:22 sec | Last month

Girls Aloud Singer Sarah Harding Dead at 39 From Breast Cancer

"The world of pop. Music been rocked by the death of singer sarah harding. She was just thirty nine a year ago. She was diagnosed with advanced breast cancer. She was one fifth of girls aloud helping to revolutionize british pop at powells written attributes. Saying that halting brute respectability to the world of reality tv talent

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Charlene Wheeless on Reclaiming a Life of Authenticity After Being Diagnosed With Cancer

Breast Cancer Conqueror Podcast

01:43 min | Last month

Charlene Wheeless on Reclaiming a Life of Authenticity After Being Diagnosed With Cancer

"You chose to do traditional treatments than you are. You did Masek double mastectomy chemo. Radiation and those are extremely challenging therapies. Go through so while you were going through that treatment those treatments what was it that Kept pulling you forward in knowing that you were going to be successful in your healing journey. You know i I hoped i was going to be successful. You know i. I don't know if i ever got to a point where i said i. I know i'm going to beat this. Because i know many cancer survivors. Who are not here any longer. You know but i. I have two daughters who now are twenty five and twenty seven and they were both out of school by done and they. They came home to be with me. And so certainly you know that was that was a motivator to just keep moving forward and also deep down. I knew that i was meant to do something with us right so i had to experience at an go through it so that i could turn it into something right i. I'm one of those people that i don't believe in coincidence. I don't believe in happenstance. I actually believe everything happens for a reason in sometimes we know. Sometimes we don't. But i perhaps part of what drove me just the sheer curiosity trying to figure out why why what's going on. You know although. I promised myself that i was never gonna ask why me right because why not

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Dr Michael Greger: The Power of Citrus

Nutrition Facts with Dr. Greger

01:50 min | 2 months ago

Dr Michael Greger: The Power of Citrus

"To nutrition facts. I'm your host. Dr michael gregor. Today we discover the powerful properties of citrus title. Lemons limes citrons bitter orange grapefruit palmilla mandarin grapefruits on come klotz actually one of my favorite citrus fruits is the come quat because you can eat the whole fruit peel. And all which is ideal because the dna repairing enzyme boosting powers of citrus concentrated in the piel new data demonstrating dna. Protective agent was presently some fruits and vegetables found that it was heat sensitive and determined. It was not vitamin c confirmed in a study that tried vitamin c. Directly and found no effect on dna protection and repair of dna strand breaks the crinoid beta crypt azan. Thin found primarily citrus. Seems at least one candidate. If you expose cells to mutagenic chemical you can cause physical breaks in the strands of dna but in less than an hour. Our dna repair enzymes can weld most of our dna back together but if you add some of that citrus fido nutrient you can effectively double the speed at which dna is repaired but zoologist cells in a petri dish. What about in a person if you have people drink a glass of orange juice and draw their blood. Two hours later the dna damage you can induce with an oxidising chemical drops whereas if they just had like orange kool-aid didn't help so do people eat more fruit. Walk around with less dna damage. Yes particularly women. Does this actually translate into lower cancer rates. It appears so citrus alone associated with a ten percent reduction in odds of breast cancer

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Aspirin May Help Treat Aggressive Breast Cancer

BBC World Service

01:06 min | 2 months ago

Aspirin May Help Treat Aggressive Breast Cancer

"Breast cancer scientists. The Christie NHS Foundation Trust in Manchester here in the UK say the commonly used painkiller could be employed to make tumors, which are hard to treat more responsive to anti cancer drugs. Starting a trial to see if the painkiller works Health correspondent Simon Dettman reports around one in five breast cancers are triple negative. It's the type that hormone treatment and most targeted cancer drugs don't work against, and it disproportionately affects those aged under 40 and black. They face a treatment combination of surgery, chemotherapy and radiotherapy that can come with side effects. If the clinical trial in humans using aspirin is successful, it could boost the effectiveness of the immunotherapy drug, a value map, which helps immune system target and attack cancer. Charles and Animals have been successful Doctor and Armstrong. The trial leads says that inexpensive aspirin combined with immunotherapy could ultimately provide a safe, new way to treat breast cancer. Simon Deadman. Let's get the

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Why It Pays to Be More Grateful and How to Show It by Dr Jenny Brockis

Optimal Living Daily

02:40 min | 2 months ago

Why It Pays to Be More Grateful and How to Show It by Dr Jenny Brockis

"Why it pays to be more grateful man how to show it by dr jenny. Baucus of dr jenny. Baucus dot com. What are you grateful for. According to cicero gratitude is more than being the greatest virtue. He described it as the mother of all other remaining virtues gratitude. This isn't about remembering to write your christmas. Thank you letter to auntie mabel. Who sent you that hideous pair of socks or thinking. Your mother-in-law for the huge dish of soggy overcooked brussel sprouts. That just got put on your plate at a family get together. This is about real gratitude that is authentic and heartfelt why that matters is because showing gratitude has been shown to dramatically ramp up your level of mental wellbeing. It's been described as an essential component for employee engagement. It has a positive effect on your physical health and resilience. In fact there's so much going for gratitude is hard to find a reason why you wouldn't want to include more gratitude in your life. Gratitude boosts recovery as we move into the new living with kovic era of heard twenty twenty one described as the year of recovery recovery from all our adversity financial insecurity economic downturn and mental health challenges. While i believe it's going to take somewhat longer than one year. Gratitude is an important part of our wellbeing armory for recovery helping us to distinguish between what is important and what is not to stay focused on what is possible and to strengthen our patience humility and wisdom which has been wearing a little thin for patients recovering from heart attack or other cardiac illness. The more grateful patients were found to have better sleep less fatigue and lower levels of inflammation in their recovery face. Meaning they recovered well while in the grace study. Researchers found that the most grateful patients were more energized. Engaged proactive in their own. Healthcare and motivated to make the necessary long-term behavioral changes to stay well breast cancer accounts for twenty five percent of cancers experienced by women when my mom lost her best friend breast cancer while still in her forties. It took her a long time to recover from that loss as gp and in my own circle of friends of known many who have endured the trauma of being diagnosed with the disease and then undertaking the long road to recovery with chemotherapy and surgery but surviving. That is only half the story. What then remains the ongoing fear for currents and possible death this is where gratitude interventions have been found to produce a positive effect and improve psychological functioning better coping angrier perceive support gratitude is linked to wellbeing.

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"breast cancer" Discussed on Breast Cancer Conqueror Podcast

Breast Cancer Conqueror Podcast

02:30 min | 2 months ago

"breast cancer" Discussed on Breast Cancer Conqueror Podcast

"So when is your book coming out. Tara it is coming out at the beginning of august k next. Do you want workout. Well yeah we'll get the podcast and everything coordinated now if there were parting words of wisdom that you would like to share you. Most most of the women listening or women who are either on a healing journey with breast cancer or who happened behind them. Never want to have recurrence again. So what. What would you shower though i would share and i talked about this in my book to the basic message is that you are so much stronger than you think. You are I really believe that cancer. Ernie challenge for that matter is a wonderful opportunity to drop into strength and to transform. Whatever difficulty you're facing i would encourage people to really drop into the experience face. Your emotions worked through your fear and they give it as an opportunity to really transform yourself has it truly is One of the reasons why. I've spoken out all these years is to really share that cancer doesn't have to be a terrible experience. You know it's. I'm not saying it's easy by any means but it can be really a platform to grow yourself and honestly i am so much happier now. I'm extremely happy and so grateful to be alive. Then i was ten years ago so cancer really woke me up and i would encourage women and manage to find the seed of inspiration to help them through whatever they're facing well. It's really obvious you radiate. You're blowing and I can tell. I went to grown in those years and so again so proud of you. Wear that you've done and so grateful you're sharing your story and your book and i know it's going to touch many many lives around the world so thanks for your time tara Thank you so much. It's an honor and thank you for writing the forward of my book to. I'm so grateful for that. That's great i'm excited. I'm excited to be able to show that to all right everybody. This is dr be sending you a big healing hug till next time. Bye for now..

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Late-Stage Cancer Healing with Life Coach Tara Coyote

Breast Cancer Conqueror Podcast

02:24 min | 2 months ago

Late-Stage Cancer Healing with Life Coach Tara Coyote

"Why the time. I moved back home to hawaii which was in the winter of two thousand nineteen and for the next few months. I was in such bad health space. I had so much cancer my lungs. I can't hold a conversation. I had to sleep sitting up for two months. Because i had so much cancer my lungs i was literally choking in my sleep. My bones were breaking down. I started walking with a cane. During that time i was referred to hospice and it was petrifying. You know i was losing weight. It was it was clear on my way out. And i'm very fortunate that the medical system here in hawaii they have aloha spirit. You know it's all about love and acceptance and my doctors here. They didn't push me. They weren't blowing me in the same way unfortunately did a northern california and they said listen. You know doing chemo could possibly save your life. But if you don't you probably have six months to live which it was true like my. I was dying. My partner at the time was literally scared. I would die in my sleep. So i had to face my worst fear of doing chemotherapy and face a lot of the traumas around my best friend. Deb's staff and i really sat with a question of do i wanna live. Do i want to do what scares me. The most and my son was twenty. Six at the time. And i thought i wanted to be here for my son. I had so many friends in my similar situation. Who had died from adhering to the natural route and i saw myself going that direction so i really checked in with myself and i said okay. I'm gonna do chemo. I'm gonna face my fears. I did the work of byron. Katie really questioned my thoughts and turn it around like you know at first. I thought he is poison. That will kill me. And i was in the public is sharing this message to so i really humble myself to turn this message around and tell the public okay. I'm doing chemo now So i had to turn the thought around from it. Being poisoned to it being healing nectar and i started doing chemotherapy It was very hard but it was a tremendous rothe experience. I'm so grateful. I did

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Christina Applegate Reveals She Has Multiple Sclerosis

AP News Radio

00:27 sec | 2 months ago

Christina Applegate Reveals She Has Multiple Sclerosis

"Actor Christina Applegate says she's been diagnosed with multiple sclerosis Margie's our letter with the latest Christina Applegate said she found out a few months ago that she has multiple sclerosis which affects the nervous system Applegate who is forty nine says it's been a tough road and a strange journey but she's felt supported by others who also have MS Applegate previously battled breast cancer she's probably best known for her roles on married with children Jesse Samantha who and dead to me

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Alcohol Linked to Over 700,000 Cancer Cases in 2020

Tim Conway Jr.

00:19 sec | 2 months ago

Alcohol Linked to Over 700,000 Cancer Cases in 2020

"Say drinking alcohol has been linked to more than 700,000 cases of cancer. Report in Lancet oncology says more than 4% of new cancer cases last year were caused by alcohol consumption, Researchers say most cases were linked to men who had more than two drinks a day Liver Asafa deal and breast cancer were all linked to drinking alcohol.

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"breast cancer" Discussed on Breast Cancer Conqueror Podcast

Breast Cancer Conqueror Podcast

03:27 min | 2 months ago

"breast cancer" Discussed on Breast Cancer Conqueror Podcast

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"breast cancer" Discussed on Breast Cancer Conqueror Podcast

Breast Cancer Conqueror Podcast

05:24 min | 2 months ago

"breast cancer" Discussed on Breast Cancer Conqueror Podcast

"It's it's really unfortunate. All right so step. Four is no more mammograms to self exams. Clinical exams ultrasound marines demography. So a woman after my heart I've never had a mammogram and our audience certainly knows You know that these types of preventive measures far surpass We know that mammography has has failed in so many ways and I know you've done the research. And i'm so glad that you you mentioned that. Think from me being the political economist. Mammography and this is the most controversial piece of this book. Your you know that very well right. Because that's what people are being women being hounded in with the pink ribbons every october. You know it's your duty. They try and tell you you know god country and your family forget about yourself but i guess yourself in there to to go have your damn mammogram. You know in the more often the happier we are you know in. You should feel better about yourself to kind of thing. But mammograms are the feeder tool for this unnecessary breast cancer epidemic. And i'm sure you're aware of dr. Gilwell should his amazing research. he's now he was thrown out of dartmouth for his research. I am sure after decades there of doing world renowned research on the dangers of mammography easing md advocates against them and what his statistics show. Unequivocably is forty percent of women who are told they have breast cancer because of that single mammogram that they had never felt anything and they're told jennifer risotto. Sorry we just found out you have breast cancer but we caught it early and they call them either stage zero which is nothing. No zero means nothing no breast cancer or stage run and the stage. Wonder these teeny piece is in. There usually been sitting there for decades. And they're gonna probably sit there for decades later and but if you're doing the self breast exam you'll know when it becomes significant you don't need a mammogram smash you to pieces. And and and then but this is how they're making their money. They could not make half of and then as as we talk about later they create too often in. We don't have the real hard data but too often every time. A woman has a biopsy. She then runs the risk of something like a ninety percent. Risk of developing recurrent metastatic breast cancer. Because of that ops. Unbelievable yes. I think it's the john wayne cancer center. I have a quote from now in my book that says when you bridge the You know the coding of that tumor you risk the chance of releasing.

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"breast cancer" Discussed on Breast Cancer Conqueror Podcast

Breast Cancer Conqueror Podcast

02:53 min | 2 months ago

"breast cancer" Discussed on Breast Cancer Conqueror Podcast

"Obvious all cancer cells. Just what i said there N and of course that makes i guess that makes sense. I mean it takes a real biologists to really take this statement further. And i'm hoping. I'm so hoping my book is absolutely the beginning of this. Plethora of biological research as well as political economic research as well as women's fear of you know of questioning authority. You know i mean. There's so many fields that this book the research in here. The combination can expand upon. And i'm just hoping that. So many people taken in run with it. Because i've just just now you're you're very passionate about yes. The step two is about vitamin d and he will talk about that because my communities. They're aware you know vitamin d. Good step three is to avoid all birth control drugs and choose hormone free options. Death asks right so we know that women who are who have been on birth control pills have twice the risk of developing breast cancer. That's right and women who were used will. It's it's women who are using the birth control. I think it's less so once you stop taking them or once you have that you d. It's laced with that. Progestin chemical removed Then your risk levels do go down significantly but clearly while you're popping that chemical into your body every day through a birth control drugs through a ud laced with the progestin and with a progestin based hormone relief drug. You are an with. The research tells us twenty. Ten research has not been shared with the public but i- i quoted chapter in verse in chapter three. What they tell or chapter four. What it tells us is that when protesting goes into women's body it unleashes. This protein called rankle and ranko apparently begins to suffocate. the might contract they. Don't use the word suffocation of the mitochondria they say end then. Rest cancer is he. Either initiated or existing breast cancer cells are accelerated because the people writing this research are not metabolic cancer researchers but they spent millions to figure this out and now they're they're using it not to teach women not to use birth control drugs..

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"breast cancer" Discussed on Breast Cancer Conqueror Podcast

Breast Cancer Conqueror Podcast

04:04 min | 2 months ago

"breast cancer" Discussed on Breast Cancer Conqueror Podcast

"There's glutamate in there too so it isn't just the glucose but but you're right. I mean apparently a lot of early stage breast cancers especially the teeny teeny tumors can actually just go away because you're starving them and they are heavy enough glucose feeders and not heavy glutamate feeders with their realizing now is women who have triple negative and her to type of breast cancer. Those cancer cells are much heavier. Feeders of the of of the glue demean and gloominess the second fuel so the two fuels are glutamate and the glucose and end and that becomes tough. Because as you well know. Glutamate is the most prevalent amino acid that our bodies need make utilized depend on to be healthy and so to be able to tap in just Cut off the glutamate into the cancer cells and not cut off glued mean to the healthy cells is the finesse. It's the fine tuning. That's now being done by dr seefred and nanna cancer clinics in istanbul end in alexandria egypt and dr nation. Terry winters is is training number of. Md's in this country and overseas and end nature ethics physicians as well to understand how to help individual clients patients cutoff glue close in the glued inane. And and so. That's that's where we are. So so the but i think women have very hard time again. Losing the excess body fat because it means questioning authority and they save the food pyramid says. My oatmeal is good for man's supposed to have seven servings of the grains day. So i'm having the ezekiel brand. None having and they're not losing weight and again in chapter two in my book at took me ages and it was very boring research to understand why the us government allows the processed food industry in the guise of the national academy of to control our american food pyramid and this has been going on for decades and no one has talked about that before my book. And so you know. I'm a little shaky like. Did i miss something you know but again i give all the citations so it's like if i'm wrong. Someone will have to point to a citation..

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"breast cancer" Discussed on Breast Cancer Conqueror Podcast

Breast Cancer Conqueror Podcast

03:38 min | 2 months ago

"breast cancer" Discussed on Breast Cancer Conqueror Podcast

"You're welcome thank you. Dr v for inviting me excited i. I just received your book today. So i haven't read it. I've blasts through it and we are so on the same page about about everything dealing with breast cancer in there some topics that i definitely want to cover while i have you here but before we get started. Let's tell me a little bit about your background or your definitely a powerhouse. You've been a pioneer for women and you. You know blazed the trail for so many things dealing with women's advocacy so tell us a little bit about that well very briefly I just continued to be. I think in the right place at the right time with the right plan and i happily end up with the right support so i think what gave me a lot of courage to. Let's say do. This book was in nearly seventies. I was like twenty three years old. And i ended up polaroid a fortune. Two hundred company. And i was just in education position. So i could see throughout the whole corporation and i realized that women were nowhere. They were clerk typist. Where they were handed assemblers wouldn't even let him run machines and so affirmative action was just being passed by congress. I mean again. It was miraculous the timing and we had many millions of dollars of government contracts for them photo. Id people can remember who were old enough about. Good old polaroid. So i basically just. I'm fearless. i wasn't planning on even being in a fortune. Two hundred company. I had been traveling. The world you know in college in beyond. I'd been living in india and iran. You know i was. My life was expect the unexpected. You know now. I was in my first. Us job it was just like a new country to me. You know and so. I just went to management and i said we can't have this and i'm organizing some women and we're going to write in affirmative action plan. We want and we hope you'll accept it. They were like hello. You know but but it was polaroid university. They were making money hand over fist. They didn't want to unionize and so they said look. These people are smart. These women there with us already. Let's not turn them against us. Let's help them form a coherent plan in london and it was a little bit of a push pull any carbon business school Case study honest and stuff but then it's sort of set the mark and you know the boston globe in the new york times in the wall street journal. Be calling in asking me what a women incorporations think in feel i was like this is really easy so fast. Forward like forty years later fifty years later i've stopped counting at this point And i just started losing all of these friends to recurrent metastatic breast cancer. And i had already been in the field of nutraceutical 's and i was in early. Nanotech adapter and i still love those products. And i talk about the white powder in my book. ended up getting a degree at the fletcher school in political economy and and then ended up with a phd. While i was raising my son in my forties In women studies. And so everything just sort of converged together in this book and so it's sort of like you know my life story..

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Soy and Cancer: The True Soy Story With Dr. Neal Barnard

The Exam Room by the Physicians Committee

02:09 min | 3 months ago

Soy and Cancer: The True Soy Story With Dr. Neal Barnard

"One of this podcast series. We learned about the wave study and the promising results that it offered. And then we also learned as i said that soy is a huge part of the study but i would imagine because of the prevailing theories about soy that. There are a lot of people who are going to hear about this study. And they're going to be like it. Sounds pretty good. But switches makes me nervous You do hear these miss quite a lot in the the big one is this. Soy products have eyeso- flavonoids in them Natural compounds but maybe those compounds could cause breast cancer because they might adhere to the estrogen. Receptor if you go online you'll see lots and lots of writing like this and which also means it. Scientists have had a lot of time to study it and see what it is Chuck let me show us a couple of slides really quickly if you don't mind because it's important to look at the data on this sure In two thousand eight researchers did a meta analysis. And that's where you combine the results of prior studies in this case it was eight prior studies and the groups that they really focused in on where people who consumed a lot of sorts. So he could see. Is it safe you Quantities tofu soy milk me so tempe every day. So they looked at asians asian-americans and what they found kind of blew everybody away. The connection between soy cancer was it. Soy reduced the risk of breast cancer and it did it quite a lot by twenty nine percent in other words. The women could suing the most ahead twenty nine percent less risk of breast cancer compared to women who kind of neglected soy so looks like a preventive but they went further a at least five. Different studies have looked at women who had cancer treatment already and in some cases they avoid so afterwards in some cases they continue to have it. It turns out that those women who who continue to have soy those having the most soy greatly reduced their likelihood dining of cancer.

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Megan S. Smith on the Inspiration Behind Her Film "bOObs"

Breast Cancer Conqueror Podcast

01:38 min | 3 months ago

Megan S. Smith on the Inspiration Behind Her Film "bOObs"

"Lead you to create such a controversial film like boobs. My my husband passed away from cancer. Twelve years ago and i had three dear friends die of breast cancer and i started to make a film about alternative cancer therapies and when i noticed ten minutes of my ninety minute film whereas on breast cancer screening mammography mostly on what we could be doing instead. I stopped editing other film and put out this one a short and then it got this one got picked up as a by a distributor out of la they said expanded into ninety minutes and will distribute it for you. So so. that's what happened awesome. That's awesome now before this whole issue with cancer came into your life. Were you like the average woman who would go for mammograms and screenings like everybody else. I was idea. Remember the last time i had a mammogram. Which is probably before. I started filming probably about seven years ago now in a standing there and getting breast radiated in it's hurting lang cac. Is there squishing it. And they're like. Oh we have to keep squishing a little bit more on like no. Don't this is really painful. And they kept compressing. Unlike that's it. I am done. I gotta find some way. And luckily i was talking to ben johnson now deceased unfortunately but Ben was the one who said yeah. Mammograms nanna now more radiation than they're letting on and look at this democracy for an ultrasound together so i did really

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Mark Hoppus Reveals He’s Battling an Aggressive Form of Lymphoma

Z Morning Zoo

00:48 sec | 3 months ago

Mark Hoppus Reveals He’s Battling an Aggressive Form of Lymphoma

"From blink. 1. 82 was on twitch on Tuesday and revealed that he was diagnosed in late April with stage for a diffuse large B cell lymphoma. This is cancer. We knew yet cancer. He talked about the type of cancer. He has its blood cancer, he says. The taxes white blood cells is my blood's trying to kill me now, if you want good news. His mom had the exact same type of cancer and beat it. She also beat breast cancer twice so that mark that gene and is in him. Someone did. Um, he described chemotherapies in the first round, felt like being an electrocuted zombie. By the third round, he felt nauseous and sick. Um, he had a test done to determine the effects of the chemo. But there isn't an update. Yet he is optimistic and said, We're beating this cancer. It's just a matter of time. So staying optimistic. So

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"breast cancer" Discussed on Breast Cancer Conqueror Podcast

Breast Cancer Conqueror Podcast

04:49 min | 3 months ago

"breast cancer" Discussed on Breast Cancer Conqueror Podcast

"I want it done this way. And this way and she had done that way and i just i love it when women come back and go. Yeah i empowered myself. I advocated for myself mixed such a difference. Right wanted empower ourselves do. Do you know to find like you said and again the gut we talked about it. It's the second brain right so there's a reason when you get that gut feeling about something listened to it is. That's what's going to heal you importance on port. So can have a preview for us that we're going to share with that community a little bit about it. Yes oh It's kind of the the one is. I want to tell you about the three. I i have a video of really quick video series called the three things you need to know to prevent breast cancer. And really you know. I'll even she don't even you know it's it's basically i talk about. How breast cancer is mostly genetic has now it's not it's like what less than five percent genetic And you know what epigenetics is all about. 'cause people like what's that I talk about how safe ways to detect breast cancer and that the reality about You know certain detections and treatments can actually cause gets again. Most people don't know. And then the third thing i talk about the lifestyle changes that you can make to prevent cancer. So that's leica three three minute video series and then when you get that you also get a little pdf. We're talking super simple. Because you know i get it. It's a lot like i've often for things like you. Never read them. It's it's a seven page. Pdf you can read it in seven minutes and it's my seven simple steps like like you'll get some people go. Yeah okay. I know this already now but if you actually take a little bit of each of those steps you're on your way you could actually start right now today. No cost to you. Just put it on your fridge. Follow these steps. Just like your your your program. It's it's it's just great. So i just it's that's what it takes right simple steps and it's just yeah. I just tell people. Baby steps might Leading course called breast health empowerment circle and that is like can like your course it each week. It's a ninety minute a week. You do it over seven weeks and each week. We take a deep dive into each of those steps because there's so much more than my little one paragraph about each of them right and then beyond that you could go to deep dive into each of those you know. There's no end of what you know where this could go but you just start somewhere right. Custard somewhere the knowledge never ends. I'm always learning. I learn something new every week you know talking to clients urging you. There's always new things they'll always. Where can people find you..

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"breast cancer" Discussed on Breast Cancer Conqueror Podcast

Breast Cancer Conqueror Podcast

05:29 min | 3 months ago

"breast cancer" Discussed on Breast Cancer Conqueror Podcast

"You don't want this to come back you don't want it to reoccur and i just what really kills me is all the women that they they go through these treatments and then they think they're done they're going to go back to their life span and it's like don't treat you know it's it's we know breast cancer. It's not it's it's it's a symptom it's not the 'cause you gotta go upstream find the cause in change that if you don't make changes it's gonna come back and you know in in in something don't tell you they don't need i you about Circulating tumor cells are breast cancer. Stem cells you know. You cut out the tumor but you still have circulating cells and you know that's what you need keep addressing to prevent recurrence than you know. That was a big lesson for me. Now one. He's an appraisal that we both agree on is the often overlooked Piece of the heart and the mind you know. Healing the wounds for for me. so what. What realization did you have that. That was such an important part of you that may be overlooked. Yes so well. I think part of it was the the irony that this time. The the lump was right over. My heart literally was like last time it was both but actually the the invasive breast cancer was on my right side but this time the lump is right over my heart which again made super easy decision. No i'm not radiating that i don't want to do with my heart like right under there so it was just you know i just was. I just looked at my life. And you know i had been kind of holding onto living in a relationship. That wasn't really working right. Speak for my kids but then at what point unlike well. Is this really supporting my kids to be kind of in this relationship. That isn't supporting me. You know and it's not right actually so So i i talk a lot about sort of toxic. Relationships are also You know it's negativity feeds negatively and whatnot and and i just I've i've i love mindfulness and the fire. Gratitude practices meditation and yoga. There's just there's just so much there to look at the other thing for me for me personally. Nature is super healing so And i live in los angeles. Which is this huge city type of thing right. And it's you you sort of forget. But i had the opportunity Over the summer. I went to hawaii to take care of my parents and i ended up. This was right after my surgery. Actually so it was two fold..

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"breast cancer" Discussed on Breast Cancer Conqueror Podcast

Breast Cancer Conqueror Podcast

04:39 min | 3 months ago

"breast cancer" Discussed on Breast Cancer Conqueror Podcast

"That i eliminated. I didn't do of yours. And now i have my own system. But basically yeah. I wasn't looking at the emotional. The stress the you know an actually doing everything that that that we both preach right. I mean it's hard. I tell him in like it's it's a lot you know but amy steps baby steps. I mean i'm teaching. My course now. Last week was detoxifying. Your home and i even went around like ooh. Here's the still the products that are lurking in my home. But i need to get rid of. I'm still working at it. But here's the here's the ones i use now that i didn't use to us and how great they are running efficient easy switch out. But there's just so much in that when you don't know what you don't know you can't make choices and this is mrs the heart of of my what i want to get to people. Is that when you know. Then you can make a choice and it doesn't mean necessarily that you have to throw out everything in your house. It doesn't mean necessarily that you have to stop eating everything you love or never have a drink of wine but at least you know like i was having wine with dinner every night. Maybe two glasses. I didn't know like the connection between alcohol and breast cancer. No one told me so now. I know it doesn't mean you know you have to be Militant about it but you know or the sugar feeds cancer. But now i know that in so i'm going to think a little harder every time i go to you know. Have that treat like do. I really want this or need it and there's so many times that you don't it right like those birthday parties iceland. My kids were little you. You'd eat that lousy cake cigarettes. It didn't taste good and you need. You're like oh whatever. Oh my god. I would never do that today. Like i just won't eat empty yucky calories like i'm gonna make it count. You know. I have a dessert. I'm gonna make account so i have a saying. I teach mike mutitu. Hugh you feed the v. Your body or feedback cancer so it makes the choice. You know. Pretty pretty simple Lutely absolutely so. Let's go back to that. I signed so twenty two when you first found out wet wet. Went through your mind when you when you first found out that you had breast cancer. How did you feel.

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7 Simple Steps for Health With Katie Rampen

Breast Cancer Conqueror Podcast

02:12 min | 3 months ago

7 Simple Steps for Health With Katie Rampen

"Welcome to our podcast. Thank you thank you so much for having me this is. This is such a thrill an honor. We've literally been a mentor of mine. And i've been watching you for years on the truth about cancer and then to meet you in anaheim and The only thing. I wish we didn't share in common is the two times but but but here we are right and this is what what we do right to help other women so they they don't join our club that's right that's right all right. So let's start at the beginning two thousand twelve. You were twelve. Till i was happy to the and really you know friends will even say that like okay do you know she's the one that's done yoga for years and and eats rides all that kind of stuff. I'm thin and you know how how. How did this happen right. It must be genetic right. No it wasn't by the way. I actually had my broccoli testing done and i wasn't but i will say i was one of those women that i had in my family right so it was on my radar. My grandmother's both had breast cancer In their elder in their older age right when they were postmenopausal so it was on the radar. My mother actually had ovarian cancer. So you know i. They were testing me frequently. Unfortunately i didn't know what you teach. Now that i know that mammograms are harmful so i had a lot of mammograms early on because they were testing so it was one of those. You know my mammogram. They had become back for more. Views did the biopsy the whole deal so in two thousand twelve. I was diagnosed with dcis in both breasts in multiple locations and basically the upshot of it. Was you know that. I really needed to you. Know the best course for me wants to have a double mastectomy. Which again even at the time. I was like wow that seems super radical for stage zero breast cancer. Which might you know you could die. Woods with dcis it could never get it's contained in the milk ducts right so i could have been fine without doing anything. But you know it's they. They didn't know anything about all of this back then and they did a very good job of scaring the bejesus out of me pressure

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Interview With Life Coach, Beth Gardner

Recovery Survey

02:18 min | 4 months ago

Interview With Life Coach, Beth Gardner

"So what i'm currently doing. I'm working as a life coach on two different paths. Incidentally similar In the approaches. That i use i'm working with non addicts so these are people that have not had Addiction within their lifetime but have been surrounded by beat through were core Extracurricular activities in the educational environment Corporate america it's a wide variety. And i'm working with these people to provide them nine non-judgmental confidential sounding board For them to actually speak freely About their questions. Their concerns and to provide them solution. Serve a paths for its healing map if you will so that. They can towards our own past excellent. And i'd read some of the notes that you had sent me before the episode and you alluded to the fact that Your your parents struggled with with Some chemical dependency issues. Do you think that that's part of the reason that you got into. This is what what drew you to researching and finding out more about The the role of the support people play and what What kind of help that. You might need as someone that is affected by someone in active addiction correct while would actually stem from was back in two thousand november. Two thousand. i was training for. What would have been my first marathon. First and only marathons a year prior to that i had Retired from the elite sport. A rolling. So i had been training with world class athletes many of which were previous olympics. I had not earn berths on the national team at that point nor had been to the olympics. But i I have retired from that sport. In ninety nine and november of two thousand after going to a breast surgeon. I would stike nerves with stage three breast cancer and it was a non genetic

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"breast cancer" Discussed on Breast Cancer Conqueror Podcast

Breast Cancer Conqueror Podcast

01:45 min | 4 months ago

"breast cancer" Discussed on Breast Cancer Conqueror Podcast

"So thank you. Thanks for joining us. I'm excited you are still thank you. So much dr vm. So glad to be here. Yes so this is really a full circle. I remember you from the retreats and We exchange a few words branch and your with a french fan. And also we have that connection and you were there because you were dealing with breast cancer. So let's start there. You know what happened where led to that and where today. What a journey it's been. I'm so happy to say. I'm driving now after three years from that diagnosis But i'll start back with that. The diagnosis so i was diagnosed stage. One breast cancer back in april of twenty eighteen. It was about a week after my birthday. and it was Estrogen progesterone receptive her. Two negative and it was a huge wakeup call for me. Because i'm certified health coach. John i live pretty clean healthy lifestyle and really prayer ties myself care and it was just like wow. We're how did my body create that lump and backtrack back twenty ten. I had been diagnosed with hypothyroid and You know now later. Find out. I've had a mild case of hashimoto's i had elevated tgi. Antibodies but my you. Antibodies were always in range But i really feel like it was kind of the perfect storm of dealing with the hashimotos and leaky gut. I later found out. I had can dida. And estrogen dominance and so that kind of brought me to your retreats in september of two thousand eighteen.

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Surviving to Thriving With Anne Crook

Breast Cancer Conqueror Podcast

01:45 min | 4 months ago

Surviving to Thriving With Anne Crook

"So thank you. Thanks for joining us. I'm excited you are still thank you. So much dr vm. So glad to be here. Yes so this is really a full circle. I remember you from the retreats and We exchange a few words branch and your with a french fan. And also we have that connection and you were there because you were dealing with breast cancer. So let's start there. You know what happened where led to that and where today. What a journey it's been. I'm so happy to say. I'm driving now after three years from that diagnosis But i'll start back with that. The diagnosis so i was diagnosed stage. One breast cancer back in april of twenty eighteen. It was about a week after my birthday. and it was Estrogen progesterone receptive her. Two negative and it was a huge wakeup call for me. Because i'm certified health coach. John i live pretty clean healthy lifestyle and really prayer ties myself care and it was just like wow. We're how did my body create that lump and backtrack back twenty ten. I had been diagnosed with hypothyroid and You know now later. Find out. I've had a mild case of hashimoto's i had elevated tgi. Antibodies but my you. Antibodies were always in range But i really feel like it was kind of the perfect storm of dealing with the hashimotos and leaky gut. I later found out. I had can dida. And estrogen dominance and so that kind of brought me to your retreats in september of two thousand eighteen.

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Breast Cancer Pill Reduced Recurrence, Death in Early-Stage Patients

Red Eye Radio

00:32 sec | 5 months ago

Breast Cancer Pill Reduced Recurrence, Death in Early-Stage Patients

"Promising new study results on a pill for early stage breast cancer. The pill called Lin Parcel was found to help breast cancer patients diagnosed with harmful mutations to live longer and without disease. After cancer treatments in Parsa was tested in over 1800 women and men with early stage breast cancer. They were given pills for a year after surgery and chemotherapy study found about 82% of patients had triple negative breast cancer. Three years later, 86% were still alive without cancer patients also had the BR Lined by the

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Pill Shows Benefit in Certain Hard-to-Treat Breast Cancers

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 5 months ago

Pill Shows Benefit in Certain Hard-to-Treat Breast Cancers

"Researchers are reporting promising results from a medicine that appears to help keep at bay certain early stage hard to treat forms of breast cancer it's a pill called Lynparza marketed by AstraZeneca and Merck and already in use to treat some widely spread cancers but a study released by the American society of clinical oncology says Lynparza appears to help breast cancer patients with harmful mutations live longer without disease after their cancers had been treated with surgery and chemotherapy it was studied in patients with mutations known as BRCA one and two which can predispose people to breast cancer out of nearly two thousand women and men with early stage breast cancer eighty six percent were still alive after three years after taking the pill compared to seventy seven percent in the placebo group I'm Jackie Quinn

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"breast cancer" Discussed on Breast Cancer Conqueror Podcast

Breast Cancer Conqueror Podcast

01:51 min | 5 months ago

"breast cancer" Discussed on Breast Cancer Conqueror Podcast

"So i stayed open. Which is one of the lessons. That i've learned going through cancer treatments was to stay open and allow the help that comes to you. Took come to you. State open for what the possibilities are and to keep yourself as grounded as calm as possible because they tell people when you're going through the when you're going through the the treatments you know there's pain there's discomfort there's frustration. There's not tasting your food. You know there are things that are happening to your body that you really have no control over and so the only thing that i felt that i had a good good grasp bond was not to allow all the things that were happening to me to make me lose it. And so yeah. I spent a lot of time with candles lit and music playing and coloring in reading and sleeping and simply allowing people to hey can we bring you food. Yes please thank you simply allowing people to take care of me as as needed and my family my husband and my children and so when i was finding my way that was something that really helped me because i realized i don't need to go go. Go go go all the time. I can think of something decide. Give it a minute and see if it works work on it. If it's not working that we give it a minute. Relax and and try again. And that's what i

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"breast cancer" Discussed on Breast Cancer Conqueror Podcast

Breast Cancer Conqueror Podcast

08:11 min | 11 months ago

"breast cancer" Discussed on Breast Cancer Conqueror Podcast

"Each have a different protein peptide that can reset the genetic expression essentially bring the function of that system back to optimal so it was pretty amazing. Very amazing and you have personal experience with peptides yourself so tell us. How are you feel. That helps you. Oh yeah let me. I mean i just. I happened to be in saint petersburg russia visiting my stepson and i was at the time researching peptides. I was reading about dr cabins in and it was one of those moments where i was like. Oh my gosh. He's from petersburg in. I'm in saint petersburg. I have to at least try to find his clinic right so it was a really excited. You know kinda one of those things where i was able to find his clinic and he was there and he was able to. I spent several. I think at least a week. Maybe two weeks just training with him in his staff and they evaluated me. So they i there by the way was so thorough. They use a lot of ultrasound to so you sounded me from head to toe basically to identify what what was going on in my body and plus they did a lot of blood work and they did genetic testing and then based on that evaluation. They recommend different peptides for me. Lack say His favorite by the way. Dr kevin in really his most research on the anti-aging effects of peptides. He focuses on the siamese for the immune system and pinal gland and those are the two that they've he's actually been able to show twenty to forty percent increase in life span while a live longer. I taking these especially the thymus in the pioneer van. So they recommended those but they also recommended for me like for my joints. I talked about how hyper mobile joints in. That was predisposing me to the migrants for example. I'm so they choose different paths as in. You can take more than one at a time. You could take eight or ten at a time. You can you can you. Can you know the cool thing is you. Don't have to do them one by one. I knew my take them for. Sometimes you do a higher dose for maybe a month or two and then you might decrease those or you might take a break or sometimes people just take them say once a year or twice a year based on like say you reset the function and you feel better than you might just repeat it when you've had some more stress exposure or you know as needed there's different ways you can use them. What i found is definitely found improvement with my joints. Less pain in that kind of thing. improved energy in sleep but also what really surprised me was when i went to have my hair done. My hairdresser was like you have so many new baby hair. She's like what's going on. What do you taking. And i said it has to be because at that time for that was the only new thing i had added. And so it just when you have new hair growth right. It shows you that the it's activating new news growth in sales in a good way. so yes. so that's what i've noticed Patients have reported like on. Now i use the peptides for any kind of viral infection but also for you mentioned. Hp is one of the viruses that i helped people with a lot. And so we use that the fi miss immune pack tied to help reset the immune system. It comes to something like hp really any other virus to me. It's less about being exposed to the virus say like epstein barr h. b. b. or. You name it. It's less about being exposed. Because especially like with hp gb we know that most all of us have been exposed Ninety percent of people have been exposed or more so it's not about being exposed. It's about how to help your body. Fend off the virus. How to build your resilient. Nc to the virus. And what. I found over twenty years of helping with hp in particular is the thing that makes the difference is when i can help women to recover from stress because the stress that left us vulnerable to begin with the stress is what threw off our quarter on adrenaline. Meet our immune system less functional and turned on genetic predispositions So we can look at what caused this assembly. to begin with we can then reverse. That is a hey. Let's recover from stress and thereby help our body to be able to protect us from viruses. And that's how i find i'm able to help With all different health issues but h review in particular. We can reverse abnormal sales and even get the hiv virus to test negative on test results because the bonnie now knows how to protect you from it awesome. That's really yearly contrasted. Aren't actually donate. You have some parting words of wisdom on how to best manage stress. What would they be. You know it's it's a lot about as. I am alluding to the stress recovery process like identifying where you are with your cortisol and adrenaline in knowing that you can we can get your cortisol adrenaline back. Entre back but even in the process of getting your cortisol and adrenaline back on track and ben wanting to maintain if they are what i think about is what i refer to as care you think about it as self care right we hear more and more about self care lately i did is. I took the word care and i use it to emphasize. See for clean eating. You know so the more you on a regular basis can choose housi- choices with your foods in avoiding like sugar and inflammatory foods and eating organic right there clean eating and then the a for care is getting adequate sleep so really prioritizing your sleep making sure you get the time where you can get at least seven and a half nine hours of sleep each night and then the are is for stress recovery or stress reducing activities like meditation and mindfulness in full nissen. Journaling all these different activities. We hear that help. Our body get out of stress mode and re sync our cortisone adrenaline. Get get the pair sympathetic nervous system. A chance to to work for a little while and then the and cares for exercise so whenever that movement exercises for you you know. I really believe that. With all of these categories it's gotta be individualized and what i do. Is i individualize based on your stress type so by understanding how you remind response to stress. We can also use that to help us understand what your body needs in order to protect you from stress. Ups amazing excellent and speaking of stress. You have a free gift for us. The seven days stress respect will put that in our our notes underneath the podcast listeners. able to Get that information betham it. You're welcome in the stress reset. We do care. We implement care over seventy so it's a nice way to get you started in that direction. Which is going to help again whether you're whether you just know because of your symptoms you feel stressed door. Say you have a health issue. You're dealing with or even if you have mta jaffar. It's can it down the path. You wanna go to help with stress. Recovery loves loves. Thank you so. Much dr donny. For taking the time when we ever busy practice are sharing your your wisdom with us. You're welcome thank you so much for having to hear it so much fun to talk with you. This is dr v till next time. Sending your big healing heart hot by for now..

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"breast cancer" Discussed on Breast Cancer Conqueror Podcast

Breast Cancer Conqueror Podcast

05:38 min | 11 months ago

"breast cancer" Discussed on Breast Cancer Conqueror Podcast

"Down you know. It's just like starting a gratitude journal when we first start sometimes. It's really hard for us to take a look at those good things in the blessings in our life. We have to start with where we can start and the other thing was I i lift. If there's people. I feel like i'm having a toxic relationship with a look them up in prayer in pray for them and that helps to. That's very sweet. Yeah very sweet. Now we know we live in a toxic world and we can't live in a bubble and we can reduce our toxic exposure to certain extent like you mentioned but what how do we support our bodies to detoxify because even if we try to eat clean even if we eat organic there may be some. Gmo's spray or you know toxins from the rain or whatever so we're not a hundred percent clean even if we try. So how do we support our bodies to remove those toxins. That's a great question doctor. Because that's the balancing out part right you know. We do our best to eliminate but now we also have to step into. What can we do to support that. So you know think about the ways that our body detoxify you know i. We've got these. You know a hair. Follicles inside of our nose ride does kind of like the first filtering mechanism that comes into our body. There's also the celia inside of our lungs that are you know trapping the toxins. We've got the digestive system. We had the emphatic system. We have the the liver. And the kidneys. We've got this beautiful. The blood the skin. These are all great mechanisms of our body to really detox. And do its job but it needs support right so number one is we wanna make sure. Sorry my okay. We're not overlapping the liver right so we can do. Things like eliminating alcohol or reducing alcohol when we drink a lot of alcohol that we're taxing the lever that's already taxed with another job and it cannot detox anymore because it's having the metabolize all of that alcohol that's coming into our system so we can eliminate that we can drink more water..

"breast cancer" Discussed on Breast Cancer Conqueror Podcast

Breast Cancer Conqueror Podcast

05:40 min | 11 months ago

"breast cancer" Discussed on Breast Cancer Conqueror Podcast

"And it's the emt manual as well as the unity echo. Meditation which is fabulous. So you had parting. Words of wisdom dawson. Would you say to a woman who is on a healing journey with breast cancer. Well i will say. I've set several women who run elite Cancer so i'm i use the actual name of one of them because he's been written a book about this and you can look it up. Evidence beth meisner and her book is cool healing. Easy and so beth. Phone me an email me. In march twenty seventeen and the doctors had discovered a large humor solid tumor in her right breast. It was measured at five centimeters across big teamer. A then founded thermal democracy scan. Saw that all of the lymph nodes under herreid armpit was swollen and inflamed and it looked like humor was not spreading capsizing armpit. They found spots inflammation on her white lung and this is not a good diagnosis with a poor prognosis and she was being treated at md anderson cancer clinic in houston texas. And so she the the the the the the said we need you and chemotherapy and radiation immediately woke down van gogh there now because this is so serious and beth said anytime lead to talk my husband..

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"breast cancer" Discussed on Breast Cancer Conqueror Podcast

Breast Cancer Conqueror Podcast

05:13 min | 1 year ago

"breast cancer" Discussed on Breast Cancer Conqueror Podcast

"Was I was with Dr Rao in Switzerland and he explained the concept of well, no, he'd say to me rockets. If You keep asking stupid questions, we stop the interview. Who Wake up you know like a what did he say? And he was very clear said look if you ask about treatments and what we do for cancer that's irrelevant. Did you get that now? It's not important. He was very forceful in his in his in his way of explaining it. In any said, the biggest problem is ask three breast cancer patients and he pulled the tops out and the first one had you know a combination of really self-loathing bad diets no self respect not looking after herself. She was in high stress high inflammation leaky got. and. Stress Abuse, resentment anger frustration. So there was a lot of those things and he checked out the child she had good blood values. She had no deficiencies, but it was that that underlying factor in her case, the other lady had. Violent fiction she had Epstein Bob Iris combined with high load of Mercury in her teeth that she had done and pulled out without any jet cut cutting on poisoning and infected root canals. You said, that was all that we needed to know we fix the teeth we pulled cleaned up the joe and all of a sudden her treatment really started to respond Kansas diminished and the third one had. A lot of deficiencies vitamin D selenium adine combined with mold exposure, and high. Every nation at her house. So you said, and now you talk about treatments. Well, we already know by the diagnosis why the habit what we need to do and what we need to change, and then we can add support immune support the right supplementation, some treatments that breakdown the tumor, but the key is to find out what's wrong and I guess at that point of the journey was the first time that this really sunk Eden I. Hear It. No word, but somehow, I just didn't get it. And it was I. Think it was his if you keep asking stupid questions will stop that really rattled by Cajun and woke me up. We can see absolutely invest is one of the.

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"breast cancer" Discussed on Breast Cancer Conqueror Podcast

Breast Cancer Conqueror Podcast

03:06 min | 1 year ago

"breast cancer" Discussed on Breast Cancer Conqueror Podcast

"I love talking to Belo Drivers in women who? ? Walk the walk and understand right because we we. . You know unless you had that diagnosis new been through that journey. . You really can't relate a hundred percent. . So let's start there. . Let's start with the pain and how that led to your passion <hes>. . So My pene happen in two forms of tumors in December of. . Twenty eleven I was diagnosed, , and as one of those things that had probably that Spring, , we actually I felt one of my lumps we're in Hawaii. . Playing in the surf yet full sand. . and. I . remember like going over and thinking that doesn't seem normal and disordered dismissing it in. . Then as time went on decided, , it was like it's still bear promised should go get this checked out. . Fast forward life was happening I. . Do not get in to see my ob until December and that's when you you're in the throes of the holidays and it wasn't on my radar anymore. . And she's like Oh you know you have a long but it's probably not seen. . It's probably just you're young. . That's what she kept saying you're young it's probably just assists but let's go get it checked out. . How you have that gut feeling. . In, , ad that get feeling and so I had a my first ever Mammogram, , and then I also had it altered sound and it was during the ultrasound. . The doctor kept asking me you show where your long this scenario like right here like by the time I finally said to her what's going on because you keep asking me the same question and I, keep , pointing to the same area and she said, , well, , it was at Sir that long pause she said there's two and I can tell by the ultrasound that they're not fluid builds that means they're not cyst and rape in there. . Just it was like that hit your stomach and it was a aid. . And Ironically we had just my husband had Jessica <unk> job to move us from city of Chicago to Atlanta the week before. . So I was like why need to have a show like what does this all mean another like we really need to do biopsy. . And they said, , it probably will take you know tone men Wednesday before we have any news well, , that Monday I got the news. . It was one of those things that you know when you're. . Be Calls and says, , Hey, , call me ascendancy gift. . That s if with patients tell the nurse to come get me. . And she didn't even have to say anything more than that when I called and they put me on hold to get her she's like a hate giving this news, , but it is cancer and basically I don't want to count Dec- anyone downtown. . Chicago you to go to north shore, , which was like closer to our was in the city. . And she's like your whole team is waiting for you and talk about throwing you to the fear pool adverse. . That's what they did and it was almost a blessing because it I it's it's led me to where I am today. .

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"breast cancer" Discussed on Breast Cancer Conqueror Podcast

Breast Cancer Conqueror Podcast

05:53 min | 1 year ago

"breast cancer" Discussed on Breast Cancer Conqueror Podcast

"I think if I it's a fascinating is this called stage 0 breast cancer. What does that mean? Is that like a an honest recognition? And that it's not really breast cancer and we know that it is not invasive in its pure form. It's pretty invasive and off they refer to it as a non obligate precursor lesion, which is quite a mouthful but it basically means that it's a an abnormal group of cells that could eventually develop into breast cancer may or may not be compressed cancer. But you know, it's it's probably about 35% off of cases May develop into too invasive breast cancer, but based on the best data that we have so far, but when you think about fifty thousand cases, this is fifty thousand plus cases per year being diagnosed here in the United States. And this is by the way much higher. It's twice twice as high per capita wage. As are diagnosed in Europe and I think that tells you a little bit something maybe about this the extent of screening that we have going on here compared to Europe but there's also some evidence that that increase in D C is that has been happening and it's continue to go up quite a bit especially for younger women, which is really interesting cuz younger woman are not typically part of the screening population. So they are showing up with more and more D Cas. And so the latest I'm thinking is that there's some environmental Factor that's promoting d c is also really interesting point is that when you look at autopsy studies there seems to be about nine a prevalence of about 9 to 10% in the in among u s women have D Cas so if you went out in general public can log Sampled a random sample of the population one out of every ten women would have dcis which is really a lot of women. And so then the big question is, you know, what do we do with these cases? And I think it's you know, I think d c a s is a great opportunity to look at how we're over 2000 cancer and it's it's a complex subject and I'm not claiming to have any, you know absolute perspective on you know, what what the edge of course of action should be but I think we're getting some new insights on that and that's what I've been very interested in. So what would cause grade 0 to progress to IBC home? Yeah. That's the that's the great great question. And I think if you if you look at first before I answer that I want to say that The research suggests that most cases of of d c a s that develop into invasive breast cancer IBC Tote are not aggressive. They tend to be very mild or or indolent which means slow-moving right?.

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