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Cancer Survivor Stories - Real life inspirational stories of cancer survival.

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Cancer Survivor Stories - Real life inspirational stories of cancer survival.

Brandon Gaille shares survival stories from breast cancer, bone cancer, blood cancer, brain cancer, ovarian cancer, testicular cancer, thyroid cancer and more.

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Welcome to the podcast that shares the inspirational stories of the heroes that have battled cancer and lived to tell their tale. These men, women, boys, and girls are the essence of true perseverance.
 
Tune in to their weekly podcast show as Sharon and Lucy, aka The Chemo Girls, share their stories, provide insights into cancer treatment, and extend a life-line to those affected by a fresh cancer diagnosis. The Cancer Survivor Show’s format will allow it’s listeners to suggest topics, ask questions, and comment on upcoming shows. Whether you are the cancer patient or a loved one who shares in a treatment journey, you will find empowerment and strength through their shows as The Chemo Girls ...
 
Leah is the cancer insider. Tina is the science-y one. Have 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. Disclaimer: This podcast is for education, entertainment, and informational purposes only. Do not apply any of thi ...
 
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.
 
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 ...
 
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.
 
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.
 
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Dr. Mary Barnhart is a former dietitian and retired breast surgeon. From the idea of spreading tumors with biopsies (true or false?) to who gets to pick the music in the OR, Tina & Leah ask some tough questions in this one. Ultimately, you are in control of your healthcare decisions, and Dr. Barnhart discusses how she balanced medical advise with p…
 
Sammy Peterson, RD, CSO (Certified Specialist in Oncology), talks about an approach to diet and wellness that won’t leave you stressed out. Join us in this engaging chat. Guaranteed you’ll be ready to take action. We all want to feel our best, no matter who we are or what our condition is. There is so much conflicting info out there though! Ultimat…
 
Join us as we chat with naturopathic physician, teacher, author, and cancer survivor Dr. Amy Rothenberg. Dr. Rothenberg had been a naturopathic physician for 30+ years when she was diagnosed with cancer. Her story is one of incredible resilience (two separate cancers in the same year!). In keeping with her career of sharing her knowledge and experi…
 
Curcumin is what makes turmeric orange. It is also a very popular supplement. What does it do exactly? How should it be taken? How is it used in integrative oncology? Can you take it with chemo? Tina & Leah answer these questions and much more in this episode of The Cancer Pod. Want to support the show? Just buy us a coffee! Buymeacoffee and THANK …
 
Mushrooms are a valuable food and medicine, but which ones are best? Are they safe during treatment for cancer? What’s the proper dose? Do they really affect immune function? Tina & Leah discuss all of this and more from a practical- and as always-naturopathic perspective. The use of mushrooms dates back thousands of years. As a food, mushrooms add…
 
L-glutamine is a "conditionally essential" amino acid. What's that? Tune in & find out: what glutamine is, what it does, and when you shouldn't be taking it. Tina & Leah discuss generalities and then delve into specifics, particularly for those who have (or had!) cancer. Glutamine is one of those supplements that many people take…. willy-nilly. Tha…
 
Hair changes from treatment for cancer are common. Listen as Tina & Leah discuss what to expect, including which drugs lead to hair loss, how to reduce your risk, nutrients involved in hair regrowth, and ways to support hair recovery after treatment. Hair loss, also called alopecia, can be a challenging side effect for many people undergoing treatm…
 
Skin & nail changes can happen with chemotherapy, radiation, oral drugs, and immune-directed therapies for cancer. There are ways to lower your risk with natural agents and simple measures. Tune in to hear two naturopathic physicians, Tina & Leah, discuss what you can do. Changes to your nails and skin are more than merely aesthetic. If left untrea…
 
Nerve damage from chemotherapy can lead to lingering effects after treatment. There are several natural agents that can help. But, some can actually make it worse too! Listen in while Tina & Leah discuss how to prevent chemotherapy-induced peripheral neuropathy (CIPN) and what to (safely) do if you already have it. Chemotherapy drugs are designed t…
 
Can anything really be a “cure-all?” What a concept! There are things this 100-year-old herbal formula can do, and there are things it can't. Tina & Leah chat facts about Essiac & Flor-Essence teas. Herbal medicine, plant medicine, botanical medicine, whatever you like to call it, there’s evidence for its use dating back thousands of years. We love…
 
The terms “antioxidants” and “free radicals”- what do they mean exactly? Are antioxidants safe to take as a supplement? Tina & Leah tell you the truth, even if it is inconvenient. (Don’t blame the messengers!) Antioxidants only do good, right? The theory is that antioxidants prevent cancer by limiting damage in and around our cells. Truth: Foods hi…
 
Ketogenic diets are all the rage these days, but what is ketosis? Should you try to achieve it? If so, how? Tina & Leah talk facts about the ketogenic diet, what it is and what it isn’t. What does it mean to be in a state of ketosis? And, most importantly, does the ketogenic diet have anti-cancer effects? There are studies out there on the ketogeni…
 
Vitamin C: so simple, so necessary... but what is it used for exactly? And what does deficiency look like? Is vitamin C deficiency linked to cancer incidence? Recurrence? Are there times when it should not be taken? Tina & Leah answer all of these questions and more! Vitamin C is vital to the production of collagen, immune cells, and energy from fa…
 
What exactly is collagen? Does it really support skin and joints? And, most pressing: IS IT SAFE to take (in general? if you've had cancer?) Tina and Leah answer all of this and more as they discuss one of the most popular functional foods available today. Did you know there are at least 28 different types of collagen in the human body? It is by fa…
 
Vitamin D may be the most pivotal nutrient in all of cancer care. Tina and Leah talk about this hormone masquerading as a “vitamin.” How much is ideal? Do you need to take it? Can you get what you need from the sun? Is it even safe to take? There is a tremendous amount of information on vitamin D and cancer, so there is a lot to sift through to fig…
 
Personal accounts of cancer can be inspiring, and this documentary about renowned film critic Roger Ebert is no exception. Tina and Leah discuss the man, his career, his cancer, and how he lived life to its fullest, right until the end. FYI: You don't need to have seen the movie to partake in their discussion. Life Itself the documentary is based o…
 
Sharon Jones was the electrifying front-woman for the NYC band, The Dap-Kings. She captivated audiences with her raw energy and talent. A diagnosis of cancer derailed her career but didn't deter her. Tina & Leah talk about the film and the shared challenges of those who see their world upended by cancer and its treatment. The film was directed by A…
 
Tina and Leah are Back at The Movies! This time they are reviewing cancer-related documentaries. They talk about them, what they like, what they didn't like, and what parts of the films resonated with them. In this episode, they review TIG, a 2015 documentary directed by Kristina Goolsby and Ashley York. The film covers the personal experiences and…
 
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In this episode of Side Eff@¢ks, Tina and Leah talk about poo that just won’t quit—diarrhea. No matter what the cause, this episode offers tips and advice about what you can do to normalize your bowel function. Nearly every cancer treatment will affect bowel function, so diarrhea is not uncommon. Whether it is chemotherapy, surgery, radiation, immu…
 
I am deeply grateful to be able to share with you a wonderful conversation with Marianne Williamson, an exceptional woman and a beautiful heart. I hope you join Marianne and me as we talk from the heart about cancer, the healing journey, the importance of forgiveness, and what can we do today that bespeaks our intention to live, to love, to be who …
 
Do you have issues with constipation? If so, today is your lucky day! This podcast is all about the sticky business of stuck bowels. In our first episode of The Return of Side Eff@¢ks, we covered the basics of bowel function and touched on possible bowel issues encountered during treatment. In this episode, Tina and Leah talk about constipation fro…
 
Cancer treatments can be rough on the gut. The symptoms during and after treatment are no laughing matter (although well-timed potty humor can certainly be therapeutic, don't you think?). In this episode, Tina and Leah talk poop, that is, about the fundamentals of bowel function with an emphasis on the many ways that cancer treatments can interfere…
 
This Podcast is about a non-dualistic perspective to life and living, cancer and cancer survivorship. Today's guest (Episode nr. 16) is dear friend and Psychologist Dr. Lee Jampolsky. Join Lee and I as we talk from the heart, about the importance of presence, commitment to kindness, contemplating impermanence, forgiveness – as a process of giving u…
 
In this episode, Tina and Leah cover what you need to know about folate, otherwise known as vitamin B9 or folic acid. What could be so important about folate that a whole episode is dedicated to it, you ask? Well, there are times when supplementation is needed and other times when it could be detrimental. Companies selling supplements aren’t going …
 
What exactly are omega-3 fatty acids? They are essential, but what does “essential” even mean? Why do we need them? How are they used in our bodies? What foods are the best sources? In this episode, Tina and Leah tackle these questions and more. They also discuss the role of omega-3s before, during, and after treatment for cancer. They include a fe…
 
Supplement use during and after cancer treatment is common. But do you really need to take supplements? How do you even begin to prioritize what (if any) supplements are right for you? As naturopathic doctors, Tina and Leah talk about supplements all the time. In this episode, they open up about how they approach their use. Instead of saying, "must…
 
Please join me as I interview, for the first time, scientist, author, editor, and llama lover, Dr. Lydia Temoshok to discuss repression, the Type C maladaptive coping style, how inappropriate (coping) responses to external or internal stimuli may lead to a precarious bio psychological balance, and the price we pay for this state of uneasy poise and…
 
This Podcast is an introduction to a program called "The Healing Journey" and some of the people behind it. Please join me as I interview Alastair Cunningham, Sue Davis-Mendelow and Gina Lockwood on the events in their life leading to The Healing Journey (offered through Wellspring, see www.wellsping.ca), and where they are now. The video version o…
 
The third installment of the At the Movies pod is Morgan Spurlock’s Supersize Me. In this 2004 shockumentary, Morgan eats nothing but McDonald’s three times a day for 30 days and assesses the effects it has on his body over that period of time but is this movie exaggerating the facts? And with some problematic and outdated material, can it be shrug…
 
It’s a new episode of The Cancer Pod podcast and we’re still at the movies. This week we discuss In Defense of Food, a 2015 documentary that tries to answer the question, what can I eat to eat healthy? The documentary is based on a 2008 book by Michael Pollan, who also has written other best-sellers like The Omnivore’s Dilemma and The Botany of Des…
 
To vegan or not to vegan? The 2017 movie What the Health? presents its case for adopting an animal-free diet, but does the science the filmmakers cite support their claims? In the latest pod, Tina and Leah go to the movies and review the first of three food-related films, separating the wheat from the chaff, fact from fiction. Whether you’ve alread…
 
A cancer diagnosis sucks no matter what — but factors like income, education, racism, geography, housing, and access to health care, known as "social determinants of health," can worsen the burden. When researchers zoom out from individual experiences and survey cancer survivors, they see patterns called social determinants of health. Individual ci…
 
Chemo brain, brain farts, brain fog, cancer-related cognitive impairment (CRCI)… no matter what you call it, it is a debilitating side effect that may persist for months or years after treatment ends. CRCI is more than just forgetting why you walked into a room or where you left your keys. You may find yourself struggling to remember a simple word …
 
Want to learn all about bone health? Then this is the episode for you! How does bone degrade? Who should be most concerned? How can you build bone? Are there certain nutritional supplements that can help? Fracture risk increases with age as our bones thin, but throw some cancer treatment into the mix and bone thinning can happen sooner and more rap…
 
This Podcast is about a non-dualistic perspective to life and living, cancer and cancer survivorship. Please join me as I interview, for the second 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 …
 
Cancer-related fatigue (CrF) is common, both during treatment for cancer and afterward. 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 be…
 
​​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. Hereditary cancers happen, but what are the chances? It is estimated that 10% of all cancers are due to genes we inherited from our parents. Yet, certain mutations…
 
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?"…
 
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 …
 
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…
 
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…
 
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…
 
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…
 
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. Support the show…
 
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…
 
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…
 
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