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Upfront About Breast Cancer provides people affected by breast cancer and their family with real stories, insights and helpful tips from those who have had their own breast cancer experience as well as access to the latest essential information from a range of different health professionals and experts. Conversational in style, Upfront About Breast Cancer explores a range of topics designed to help those at all stages diagnosed with early breast cancer, DCIS or metastatic breast cancer, and ...
 
CancerCare's free Connect Education Workshops are a way for people to learn about cancer-related issues from the convenience of their home or office. Leading experts in oncology provide the most up-to-date information in these workshops to help you and your loved ones better understand and cope with your cancer diagnosis, treatment options, quality-of-life concerns, treatment side effects, pain management, doctor-patient communication and other important topics.
 
Laura is a two time breast cancer survivor currently living with and healing from Stage 4 Metastatic Breast Cancer. She's a Certified Life Coach and Fitness/Wellness professional. She supports women in dropping their warrior shield after a diagnosis and treatment of breast cancer so they can release the pressure to go back to normal, and create a life that's even better than before breast cancer. This show gives you tools you can apply to your life today, to support your body and your mind a ...
 
The Breast Cancer Conqueror Podcast features Wellness Warriors who have had a powerful impact in the world of Health and Happiness. Each episode provides information about various healing modalities and facets of creating vibrant health. Hosted by Dr. Veronique Desaulniers, better known as Dr. V, founder of Breast Cancer Conqueror and The 7 Essentials System, whose passion is to empower women around the globe to live their best life through healing of body, mind and spirit.
 
A cancer diagnosis changes everything. As a woman of color, where do you go or who do you turn to when you’re in the midst of the fight of your life? You search online for stories and images of women who’ve gone through treatment and look like you, but you find little to nothing. That’s where For the Breast of Us comes in. Baddie 2 Baddie is the podcast by For the Breast of Us hosted by the FTBOU Team where we share real life experiences, education and information to help you live you best l ...
 
'And Then Came Breast Cancer' is a podcast series created by Future Dreams Breast Cancer Charity, for anyone whose lives have been touched by the disease. Hosted by the award-winning journalist Victoria Derbyshire - herself a breast cancer survivor - each episode discusses an aspect of the cancer journey, from how to spot the first signs, to dealing with the aftermath of treatment and everything in between. The discussions are frank and honest but also practical. It is a podcast that will ho ...
 
Breast Cancer Stories follows Kristen Vengler, a 56 year old single empty nester in San Diego, from her diagnosis of hormone positive breast cancer through chemotherapy, double mastectomy & breast reconstruction, radiation, and whatever happens after that. This podcast is about what happens when you have breast cancer, told in real time. In 2020, Kristen moved from Austin to San Diego to start her life over after a life-shattering workplace trauma. A few months later she had that terrifying ...
 
Since my diagnosis twelve years ago, I have been dedicated to researching lifestyle changes and supporting clinical research to achieve the prevention of breast cancer. My goal is to raise awareness of the need for research funding for the primary prevention of women's cancers and to share information to help those facing this journey. My posts are educational and include my journey with bilateral breast cancer and my year of treatment including a double mastectomy and reconstruction. I have ...
 
This podcast is about breast cancer , translational medicine and covid.Metastasis, relapse / recurrence accounts for 90percent deaths in breast cancer.We also intersperse it with interviews with leading doctors and scientists.To add some light-heartedness we do reviews of movies,book, music, singers and other arts.
 
Featuring one-on-one interviews conducted by Dr Neil Love, this series bridges the gap between research and patient care by providing medical oncologists, hematologists and hematology-oncology fellows ongoing access to the perspectives and opinions of national and international breast cancer clinical investigators.
 
As the second most common cancer among American women, breast cancer takes a heavy toll on our patients and our healthcare system as a whole. And since research efforts are constantly devoted to finding innovative diagnostic and treatment strategies, this Breaking Boundaries in Breast Cancer features the latest updates gathered from conferences held around the world and from top experts in the field.
 
Getting through breast cancer is hard. Googling your diagnosis is terrifying...Facebook cancer groups are overwhelming...where do you go when you feel all alone? No matter what your diagnosis, stage, treatment or type of breast cancer, you belong here. Authentic interviews with Superbad women who have “been there, done that” on their breast cancer journey. Find tricks to get through the nasty cancer business and how to get your sassy back when the treatments and surgeries are done.
 
You were diagnosed with breast cancer and beat it. Congrats! You counted down until the day you could put the journey behind you and return to your life as you knew it before cancer. That day is here and yet you are still asking yourself, "When will things be normal again?" If you have been feeling like you are struggling emotionally, physically, and spiritually in your post cancer life, you are not alone. Here's the good news: You have a second chance at life and you aren't going to let it ...
 
Welcome to the CupArise Podcast. This platform is for sharing relatable and empowering perspectives on breast cancer for black women and their loved ones either living in their home countries or in the diaspora. Each episode, we will look to answer questions such as, why do barriers to early presentation persist? How can we enhance breast cancer awareness at an individual level? We will discuss facts about breast cancer, and the importance of early detection. Guests will share stories of the ...
 
Anyone who has been through breast cancer and breast cancer treatment knows it’s not over the day you ring the chemo bell. All too often there are ongoing health deficits and problems that go on for months or even years after oncology treatment. As more and more women and men are living with breast cancer as a chronic disease there is a need for integrative care that combines the best of conventional medical treatment and natural and complementary medicine that address not only oncology trea ...
 
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Jane was diagnosed with secondary breast cancer in 2012, four years before winning Masterchef. Jane talks about how her life changed since receiving her diagnosis, and the support she received from family and friends during and beyond breast cancer treatment. Jane also speaks about things people can do to support a loved one with breast cancer, and…
 
In this episode you’ll hear from Health and Transformation Coach Karin Del Maestro. Karin is also the organizer of the Reclaim Your Life After Breast Cancer Summit happening July 9-15 2022. I invited Karin on to the show to share her insights on self-care and simple ways of reducing the toxic burden in your life. We also discuss some of the excitin…
 
Learn how to boost your spirits, overcome negative self-talk and discover that missing pep in your step, without adding more to your overloaded plate through the RECLAIM YOUR LIFE AFTER BREAST CANCER Summit. The summit is July 9 through 16, but you don’t have go anywhere or do anything—WHAT?!?! Each day of the summit, THREE expert videos will be de…
 
The list of things to do before starting chemo includes the seemingly ordinary task of getting a port (sometimes called a medi-port). Get your blood work, pick up groceries, wash the car, get a port… But port placement is actually surgery and being unprepared for the procedure can result in some unpleasant surprises or unexpected pain. Intervention…
 
We recommend that listeners exercise self-care when listening to this podcast, as some may find the content upsetting. Let’s be Upfront about working after breast cancer and tackling the difficult conversations you may need to have with your employer. Some people feel comfortable discussing their diagnosis and treatment, and find that their employe…
 
- HER2-Positive Metastatic Breast Cancer, in the Context of COVID-19- Biomarker, Genomic & Diagnostic Testing: Grade & Hormone Receptors- Standard Treatment Options, including Targeted Therapy- How Biomarker Testing Informs Treatment Decisions- New & Emerging Targeted Treatments- Updates on Investigational New Drugs in Clinical Trials- How Research…
 
What is the difference between a radiotherapist and a radiologist ? Stage 3 and Grade 3 ? If you’re told you have carcinoma in situ, how bad is that? When you are diagnosed with breast cancer it marks the beginning of the steepest learning curve you’ve probably ever been on. You’re learning a whole new lexicon while you are coping with the stress a…
 
“Woi! We reach!!” When Baddies link up and “chat bout” cancer, Caribbean culture and everything in between. Baddie massive get your people dem. This is a must listen. Hosts: Shoni is a breast cancer thriver diagnosed in 2015. She is very passionate about educating others about health and fitness, lymphedema and being your own advocate. She wants wo…
 
Bustin' Out of Breast Cancer New Episodes are released Wednesdays at 7:00 am EST EP 162-Straight Talk with Maria Goossens-3x Cancer Thriver Maria has had 3 cancer diagnoses starting in 2018 with the last one being a rare gene mutation. In addition to her own cancer diagnosis, she has had to deal with the stress and reality of losing her mom and sis…
 
What is triple-negative breast cancer and how is it identified? How can triple-negative breast cancers escape the immune system? And how can determining whether circulating tumor DNA in blood samples be used to predict metastatic breast cancer or treatment resistance in patients with aggressive disease? BCRF investigator since 2007, Dr. Hope Rugo a…
 
Therapy, exercise, and mediation—all in one—all done in your home. Aging vibrantly means being intentional with your breath and fascia system: the connective tissue that holds every organ, blood vessel, bone, nerve fiber, and muscle in place. It literally holds YOU together; the better you treat it, the better you will feel. Feeling achy doesn’t ha…
 
I recently asked my long-time professional counselor and life coach, Cinthia Hiett, if we could record our session and discuss why the enemy of our souls attempts to destroy women through breast cancer. If you're a woman of faith, I think you'll enjoy our discussion and Cinthia's perspective about body image, why you need to have compassion for you…
 
Miranda was diagnosed with secondary breast cancer in 2019, just five years after her primary diagnosis. She talks about how her diagnosis affects her, particularly with regards to her identity as a member of the LGBTQ+ community. You can follow Miranda on Instagram @mizzilla and on Twitter @mizzieashitey. Also mentioned by Miranda: Live Through Th…
 
Here’s an interesting thing to consider: We plan for birthday parties, weddings, anniversaries, camping trips, and what we’re going to wear to work or have for dinner, but when was the last time you planned for life? Way too often we allow ourselves to be in the random acts and unprocessed emotions of life. This can lead to feeling, hopeless, power…
 
Six weeks after the (evil) expanders are out and new 700cc “porn-star-sized” breast implants are in, Kristen shares what it feels like to be on the other side of the painfully long process of stretching her skin to make room for the permanent replacements. After falling into the bushes while climbing the path to her beloved apartment near the beach…
 
The drugs you take when you’ve had a breast cancer diagnosis can prolong your life by reducing the chances of your cancer coming back. But they can also come with some pretty unpleasant side effects- from hot flushes and fatigue- to pain and depression. In this episode, Victoria speaks to women who’ve experienced a variety of hormone therapy treatm…
 
You know the old saying, "When the going gets tough, the tough get going.”? Well, that’s not always true. Sometimes when things get hard we just get through rather than get going. Maybe it’s the way we think about hard. Have you ever considered what hard means to you? Does it mean different things in different situations? What if being hard was an …
 
Transparent AF A trio of baddies chit-chat about where they fall under the LGBTQA+ umbrella and what it's like being a member of that community as well as the cancer community. Does sexual orientation impact care the way our skin color does? How can a cancer diagnosis create an environment where we live more fully in our truths, from loving who and…
 
Almost all women who have had a breast cancer diagnosis have had lymph nodes removed through surgery. That means that the “original equipment” you were born with is not there to do its job. Few of us understand the importance of our lymphatic system. Having fewer lymph nodes than you were born with can cause issues throughout your life, well after …
 
Asian and Pacific Islanders don’t get breast cancer… except yes, we do! A group of our AAPI baddies got together to share their stories and bust the myth that “AAPI people don’t get breast cancer.” We are asking the questions: What does it mean to not see yourself represented in the breast cancer community? Why does it matter? How did your cultural…
 
As a nurse, you never truly understand the level of terror your patients are experiencing until you become one yourself. New York Times best-selling author Theresa Brown, RN, shares her breast cancer treatment journey along with details about her new book, “Healing.” Diagnosed with breast cancer in fall of 2017, Theresa underwent a lumpectomy and f…
 
Natasha Curry is not your everyday average nurse. As a palliative care nurse practitioner at San Francisco General Hospital, she cares for the poorest and most vulnerable at what is often the most challenging time of their lives. Many patients are homeless and also struggling with substance abuse and mental illness, in addition to cancer and other …
 
It may sound obvious, but what you eat during and after breast cancer treatment is hugely important for the way in which you deal with the illness, and helps you towards the hoped-for recovery. In this bonus edition of the podcast, guest presenter Louise Court talks to nutritionist and dietician Jane Clarke who shares advice and ideas drawn from he…
 
- Overview of Chemotherapy Treatment Side Effects & Discomfort, in the Context of COVID-19 and its Variants - Working with Your Healthcare Team to Prevent & Manage Treatment Side Effects - Common Treatment Side Effects - How Your Health Care Team Prevents & Manages Treatment Side Effects, in the Context of COVID-19 - The Role of the Oncology Nurse …
 
Doug and Dave received their breast cancer diagnoses in 2012 and 2015 respectively, and found there was little to no support for men. They speak about how that affected them, and what they've done to change that for men who have been more recently diagnosed. You can find more about The Men's VMU on Twitter @themensvmu For information about breast c…
 
When I first began to realize the power of storytelling, I was reading the book, “Talk like TED”. The book focused on some of the most powerful TED talks ever given and what made them so moving for so many people. Over and over, the author found that the story the speaker shared was the secret sauce. Now I hear people’s stories on a daily basis. I …
 
- The Role of Radiation Therapy in the Treatment of Breast Cancer - Overview of Breast Cancer - The Role of Precision Medicine in Informing Treatment Choices - Current Standard of Care - The Role of Radiation Therapy - When is Radiation Therapy Recommended? - Types of Radiation Therapy - Questions to Ask Your Health Care Team about Radiation Therap…
 
Bustin' Out of Breast Cancer New Episodes are released Wednesdays at 7:00 am EST EP 161-Straight Talk with Virginia Carnesale Virginia Carnesale, founder and CEO of Stage, is a breast cancer survivor, wellness enthusiast, and information activist who is on a mission to create a community and shopping destination around breast cancer. During Virgini…
 
It should be one of the happiest stages of a woman’s life when they find out they are having a child. But in around one in a thousand pregnancies cancer, in one of its forms, can rear its ugly and unwelcome head. The changes in a woman’s body during that time can disguise breast cancer symptoms. Getting a diagnosis then or soon after giving birth c…
 
When it comes to getting healthy the idea of intense workouts, hours of food prep, and giving up some of your favorite “treats” can be off-putting. Adopting a mindset of what you can’t do and shouldn’t have, cheating with food, and being “bad” can make anyone want to run in the other direction. But, what if none of that had to be a part of getting …
 
Bustin' Out of Breast Cancer New Episodes are released Wednesdays at 7:00 am EST EP 159-Straight Talk with Princess DianeBrainisfried Princess DianeBrainisfried is a royal ambassador of positivity, speaker, author, and a badass Breast Cancer Thriver! Diane talks to us about her diagnosis and how to change the dialogue we speak. For example, I HAVE …
 
Guess what? I have a secret to share with you. It’s not over. It will never be over. EVER. Because I now have a new label. I am a cancer patient. Forevermore. Read the original blog post here: https://www.hopeafterbreastcancer.com/blog/a-note-to-our-loved-ones-from-a-woman-with-breast-cancerPor Jan James
 
It would be impossible to do a series helping women when they get a breast cancer diagnosis if we don’t talk about dying-or the fear of dying. For many people that is a conversation they don’t want to have or it may be a conversation they don’t want to have right now- which is understandable. Others find it therapeutic and helpful to have frank con…
 
The Importance of Breast Cancer Advocacy: Special Guest Ann Fonfa: Annie Appleseed Project. What are the challenges of Breast Cancer Advocacy? Why are breast cancer advocates so important? Tips for cancer survivors on how to follow a path to wellness! Ann Fonfa was diagnosed with breast cancer in January 1993. She was suffering from extreme Multipl…
 
When and if lymph nodes have to be removed in the course of breast cancer treatment, lymphedema is a persistent aftereffect that must be treated and cared for following surgery, sometimes for many years. Special guest and lymphedema specialist Christine Galione, MSPT, CLT is a physical therapist and expert lymphatic massage practitioner at Scripps …
 
When Ruth was eight, she sadly lost her mum to breast cancer. She later underwent genetic testing and found that she has an altered BRCA1 gene. Ruth talks about the implications of this, and the impact it has had on her life. You can follow Ruth on Instagram @mymastectomyandme. For information about breast cancer, visit our website at breastcancern…
 
After breast cancer, there’s a long list of things that contribute to fatigue, -Chemically induced menopause -Aromatase inhibitors -Radiation treatments -etc… But how often have you considered that your emotions may be contributing to your fatigue? Intense emotions including fear and anger create a physical response in the body that uses a lot of e…
 
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