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Cancer Connections is the podcast for anyone who has been impacted by a cancer diagnosis. Each episode, host Hillary Theakston and her guests have the conversations about cancer that don't always happen, but maybe should, on topics like stress and wellness, clinical trials, "exceptional" patient responses, and more. We will not have all of the answers, but we hope you’ll connect with ideas and inspiration that you need for life with cancer on your own terms. Cancer Connections is brought to ...
 
Living with Ovarian Cancer is a Podcast full of inspiring stories told by Women or their loved ones, who themselves have lived with or are still living with Ovarian Cancer. Each Woman’s story is unique and is told from the heart in their own words. My name is Diane Evans-Wood, and I am living with advanced Ovarian Cancer. This is the Podcast that I was searching for when I was newly diagnosed when I lay awake in the middle of the night with my thoughts churning round relentlessly. Each Podca ...
 
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Eleonora Teplinsky

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A diagnosis of cancer is life changing. We spend so much time discussing treatment plans and physical side effects of treatment but we don't always have the opportunity to truly discuss how a cancer diagnosis affects a woman emotionally -- her feelings, worries, and fears. However, these conversations need to take place. In this podcast, we will have these difficult conversations. I will be speaking with women who are all at various stages of cancer treatment. We will talk about anything and ...
 
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MHNR Network, LLC

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Life. Playing by the rules, doing the right thing, working hard and striving to be a good person can give us a sense of control and security. At least that is what Leah believed until she was diagnosed with advanced ovarian and breast cancer when she was 46 years old. She quickly realized that life is truly precarious - filled with uncertainty and dependent on chance. Through hearing other's stories of their precarious moments, we realize that this is actually what connects us as human being ...
 
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.
 
Yale Cancer Answers is a weekly radio show by Yale Cancer Center on WNPR - Connecticut Public Radio - providing the latest information on cancer screening, detection, treatment, and prevention. Hosted by Dr. Anees Chagpar from Yale Cancer Center, the show features a guest cancer specialist who will share the most recent advances in cancer therapy and respond to listeners questions. Recent show topics include breast cancer, lung cancer, melanoma, colorectal cancer, skin cancer, lymphoma, leuk ...
 
The "WORD of HOPE" Ovarian Cancer Podcast is produced in partnership with WORD (Women's Oncology Research & Dialogue) and Libby's H*O*P*E*. Co-hosted by Nate Manahan (Executive Direct at WORD) and Paul Cacciatorre (Co-Founder of Libby's H*O*P*E*), the "WORD of HOPE"� Ovarian Cancer Podcast strives to provide news and commentary on ovarian cancer research, treatment and more. The intent of this podcast is to better prepare an ovarian cancer survivor or caregiver for discussions with their doc ...
 
Beat Infertility is a twice weekly podcast where we get real about infertility, empower you to take back control, and provide you with hope for the future. On Mondays, we feature interviews with infertility warriors. On Fridays, we feature interviews with experts. We cover the whole range of infertility diagnoses, including Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS), endometriosis, diminished ovarian reserve / premature ovarian failure, luteal phase defects, male factor infertility, multiple/recurrent ...
 
Kristen Larsen passed away from advanced Ovarian Cancer in late 2019. She believed that death was not a reflection of losing a battle or a fight. In fact, she despised that terminology. Cancer did not beat Kristen, she beat cancer by living an incredible life. Hear her story along with other young women – they could be your sister, wife, mother, daughter. Donate to Kristen’s Living Legacy through Ovarshare.com
 
PCOS Challenge follows ten women with Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome over thirteen weeks as they have their lives transformed by naturopathic and allopathic medical experts and three coaches: registered dietitian Rebecca Mohning, fitness trainer Josef Brandenburg, and clinical psychologist Ruth Wittersgreen. For more information, visit http://www.pcoschallenge.com.
 
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In the second season of Verified, Host Natasha Del Toro and the Verified team again ask tough questions about whom we trust and why. This time, they’re investigating whether a group of women developed ovarian cancer from dusting their bodies with Johnson & Johnson’s baby powder—an iconic brand associated with innocence and comfort since the 1800s. One woman's mysterious illness snowballs into thousands of court cases, claiming that baby powder is to blame for their cancer. Verified: Dust Up ...
 
Podcast by Wendy K Laidlaw, Author & Founder of HealEndometriosisNaturally.com Wendy K Laidlaw is a women’s health pioneer and the world's leading expert on healing endometriosis naturally. As a visionary, her mission is too revolutionise and modernise the gynaecological field worldwide. She is a multi-best selling author, online entrepreneur, podcaster, online summit host and founder & CEO of Heal Endometriosis Naturally. Wendy achieved all this after putting her own stage IV endometriosis ...
 
Join Ambry Genetics for exciting, on-demand updates in genetic technologies and clinical diagnostics. Ambry’s core values have always included collaborating and sharing scientific discoveries to help families affected by genetic conditions. Tune in here for cutting-edge discussions from leading clinicians, scientists, and researchers on a wide variety of topics.
 
Since my diagnosis ten 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 be ...
 
The PCOS Podcast brings you raw, real & relatable advice on how to manage your symptoms and look your best for the rest of your life! Your host, Megan, has had a diagnosis of Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome herself. She has worked to turn her life around to get off the meds, manage her symptoms the healthy way & no longer feels controlled by her body. Megan shares her own struggles & inspirational story get to where she is now. You'll hear about what she's had to overcome as well as her own emot ...
 
Join Dr. Carol Clinton as she shares her journey with ovarian cancer. She tells her story to help others understand the disease, talks about the great advancements in cancer treatments, and speaks to the fears that a diagnosis like this can bring to everyone involved. Music: Almighty - Bergitta Victor Creative Commons License You Give Me Reason - Yakaree Creative Commons License
 
Nutrition Deconstructed is a philosophy of science podcast centered on nutrition and health. Keto, vegetarian, lactation-ovarian, paleo…talking about diets is boring. Now…talking about talking about diets on the other hand… Join Steve and Kyle for discussions of biomedical science, politics, philosophy, politics of science, science of politics, and the philosophy of the politics of biomedical science.
 
Kathleen gets stoned on medicinal THC oil and shares her opinions on feminism, cancer, and the universe.Diagnosed in 2019 with endometrial and ovarian cancer at 33, Kathleen then tested positive for a genetic disorder called Lynch Syndrome, a collection of colorectal and gyno cancers. She is on a FECO (full extract cannabis oil, also know as Rick Simpson oil or Phoenix Tears) regimen, and her high night dose combined with lifelong insomnia often leads to absolutely BRILLIANT thoughts that si ...
 
Jill Emberson is getting married two months after finishing her latest bout of palliative chemotherapy. She was freshly in love and stimulated at work when she was diagnosed with ovarian cancer. Nine months later, she was told she’d be lucky to be alive in five years. We all know we’ll die one day, but what’s it like to live life with death in sight? And how does it feel to have a terminal illness from the very cradle of life, our ovaries?
 
Sharing patient stories and discussions while having a laugh and keeping it real. A weekly podcast where performer, writer, and MS-er Jess Brien interviews people from around the world that are thriving - and sometimes only just surviving - with chronic illnesses, life changing injuries and potentially disastrous diagnoses. @thatssochronic | @jessssbrien | #ThatsSoChronic Disclaimer: Here at That's So Chronic we are sharing personal stories and are not advocating any type of treatment, thera ...
 
Trying to get pregnant? Need vital information on fertility and reproduction? Then tune into "HaveABaby.com Live" with host Kim Hahn, brought to you by the Sher Institutes for Reproductive Medicine. From enhanced embryo selection and male infertility to third party reproduction and pre-implantation genetic diagnosis, Kim Hahn and the doctors from the Sher Institutes cover the questions and concerns couples face when they are trying to have a family. "HaveABaby.com Live" with host Kim Hahn br ...
 
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Many women with ovarian cancer are initially treated with surgery and a type of chemotherapy containing platinum. Now a new study shows that if the cancer returns, some women will benefit from another surgery as well as chemotherapy. William Nelson, director of the Kimmel Cancer Center at Johns Hopkins, explains. Nelson: Sometimes the cancer recurs…
 
In this episode of the IJGC podcast, Editor-in-Chief Dr. Pedro Ramirez, is joined by Gabriela Benjamin to discuss a patient’s perspective on ovarian cancer. Gabriela Gesteira Benjamin 38 years old and was born in Brazil and grew up in Miami. She attended Columbia University where she studied engineering. She has worked in finance for the past 15 ye…
 
Rachel Levine Trained as a paediatrician, before becoming firstly the state of Pennsylvania's Physician General, then its Health Secretary.During president Joe Biden's administration, she was nominated to become the U.S.'s assistant secretary of health. That lead to her becoming a four-star admiral in the U.S. Public Health Service Commissioned Cor…
 
In this podcast episode, 3 experts answers questions on the management of hemophilia A from a live webinar. Topics include: Which patients should have pharmacokinetic-guided therapy? Toxicities with PEGylated extended half-life products Factor VIII and bone health Factor VIII peaks, thrombotic risk, and cardiovascular disease Choosing between exten…
 
In part 2 of this podcast series Dr Adam Weir talks to Associate Professor Robert-Jan de Vos about the recently published Dutch multidisciplinary guideline on Achilles tendinopathy. They give a clinically focused overview that all practitioners will find invaluable.They discuss:Conservative treatmentThe role of surgeryPrognosisSecondary prevention …
 
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