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Their is nothing pretty in pink! I felt like I was jumped into a gang who colors happen to be "PINK". I don't consider myself a survivor because managing the ebbs and flows after a breast cancer diagnosis is never ending. I'm now standing in my GLOW willing to share my moments. My moments are real and my truth is sometimes funny. The Glow doesn't define me. I define the Glow.
 
DJ CHEMODANOV - молодой, амбициозный и очень востребованный ди-джей. За свою относительно не долгую карьеру, он успел переиграть в абсолютном большинстве лучших Нижегородских клубах (T.E.A.T.R.O., MILO Concert Hall/W-Club, Z-Top, Central Bar, PREM!O/Indi Club, Freedom, Фелечита, Rocco и многие другие), и полюбится многим клабберам. Является соучредителем и резидентом музыкального лейбла "UNITED SOUNDS promo" (г.Москва), а так-же стал ex-участником фестиваля электронной EDM музыки "River Danc ...
 
A woman’s journey through breast cancer and chemotherapy is often shrouded in mystery. What happens after I’m diagnosed? What toll will this take on me mentally and physically? What is Chemo really like? How can I surround myself with other inspiring women throughout this process? In Chemo Stories, Tina Zaremba seeks out those answers, and invites you to process them with her. Chemo Stories is a heartbreakingly honest, up close and personal account of a woman’s battle with breast cancer. Wit ...
 
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Katerina Gmitter is a young breast cancer survivor. She was diagnosed at 32, a young mother with two children, ages 2½ and 4 months. She knows firsthand the value of a respite, having a break from cancer, and family obligations to focus on self-care. Her mother passed away from metastatic breast cancer when Katerina was 20. Her mission is to help w…
 
Four years ago, Africa Moore was at Chapel Hill looking in a doctor's face trying to breathe after the doctor said: "I'm sorry... you are stage 4, and you're incurable." Today, she is breathing cancer-free and trying to express how grateful she is for His grace and mercy! #ChemoGlow #mestastastic #bless #breastcancer #graceandmercy #RobinRoberts Th…
 
Terri Robinson was happy, raising a teenager and making her way through life when she was diagnosed with Triple Negative Breast Cancer. She relied on her faith, family, and friends to build her village and support her during her journey. Music : Hot Coffee by Ghostrifter Official https://soundcloud.com/ghostrifter-of…
 
Jill Berry is an Army veteran, mentor, thriver and volunteer. She is a touchstone in the community and around the country to assist women in navigating breast cancer. God allowed her to live to help others through this disease. Joined us for a candid discussion with Jill and her husband Rev. Dr. Anthony Berry. Music : Hot Coffee by Ghostrifter Offi…
 
Pastor Rick Barber understands from his military experiences what it means to be in battle. However, in the war that is Prostate Cancer, he learned to face his diagnosis by putting God in front. Music: Hot Coffee by Ghostrifter Official https://soundcloud.com/ghostrifter-of... Creative Commons — Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported — CC BY-SA 3.0 Fr…
 
Michael Virgil was married to his wife Rose for over 22 years. Michael understood in the moment that he had to be strong to carry her through, knowing Rose's healing would be on the other side. Michael is now sharing his wife's story and educating other caregivers. He is a contributing writer for the book, "Love Me So I Can Live" compiled by Jeanne…
 
My very special guest on this episode continues to be a 'Gift' to so many women. Her life changed in 2008 when both her brother and sister died of cancer and she was diagnosed with breast cancer the same year. Her nonprofit organization "Celebrate Life08" embraces celebrating life one day at a time. Her work is grounded in faith and empowers women …
 
Who takes care of me? Our guest didn't ask herself that question when she found out her dad was diagnosed with cancer. Instead, she moved him into her home and became an advocate for his care. As a clinical social worker, she is used to caring for others, but what happens when you need to be taking care of, regardless of whether you know it or not.…
 
Chemotherapy can wreak havoc on your body, but what does it do to your mind? If you’re someone who naturally craves control, what happens when you’re suddenly placed in a situation where you have absolutely no control? In episode 6, Tina reflects on the mental impact of Chemo and breast cancer, openly discussing her “inner demons.”…
 
Prior to her diagnosis, Tina was literally seeing signs to get checked for breast cancer. She saw a slew of “get your mammogram” signs plastered all over the NYC subway on her morning commute. After dropping her son off at camp she saw another sign, this time on the back of an old phone booth. “Get your mammogram.”…
 
In part 2 of episode 1, Tina processes the dreaded call from her doctor. The lump in her breast was cancer. Early stage, but still cancer. Now what? Tina explores the struggle of telling family and friends, and the flood of responses that come with sharing this kind of news, some of which were well-intentioned, and some a little tone-deaf and obliv…
 
Tina openly ruminates on her biggest fear: Am I strong enough for this? She begins to examine everything about herself, things she didn't even know existed. What does it mean to be strong? She doesn’t feel strong. But why? Tina digs into her childhood, remembering all of the mixed messages she received as a woman. Do these messages early on affect …
 
How do you even begin to prepare for Chemotherapy? How do you keep your mind and body as healthy and trauma free as possible during the process? Tina gives tips on some of the more practical and natural alternatives that have been making the process of preparing for Chemotherapy smoother, including “microblading” her eyebrows, creating a “hair halo…
 
With one week left to go until her Chemotherapy begins, Tina continues to dive deep into alternative, holistic ways to prepare, including medical qigong and acupuncture. In this episode, Tina hilariously retells the story of participating in a unique exercise class, which tests the benefits of exercise on women going through Chemo. Let’s just say i…
 
The day finally came. Chemotherapy Round 1. For those wondering what the first day is like, Tina gives a play-by-play: What is the process? How long does it last? What exactly do the doctors and nurses do? What can you do to stay calm? https://www.mskcc.org Sandy Ames Hypnotherapy저자 Tina
 
What is “Chemo fever”? And what can I expect to happen if I get it after a round of treatment? In this episode, Tina describes a bout with “Chemo fever” that lands her in the emergency room. Like many other times during her journey, this experience reveals the goodness in people – in this case, a good friend who doesn’t leave her side.…
 
In this week’s episode, Tina talks about the need to “find the funny,” even when it’s downright terrifying. Tina shares some of the strangest/funniest realizations she’s made along this journey, including a moment out in public where she realizes she may no longer have a filter. Tina also shares some of the podcasts, t.v. shows, books and music tha…
 
In episode 7, Tina shares the best advice she received from another survivor and how it prompted her to dig deeply into herself. She also continues her quest for alternative medicine with a visit to a “medical intuitive,” who opened Tina’s eyes to the struggles of the women in her lineage, as well as the power of her own voice.…
 
Tina discusses the strength of female friendship, and shares stories of all the strong “warrior” women who have shown up for her in different ways throughout the Chemo process. For those going through Chemo, or those wondering where to look for support and tips along the way, Tina shares her recommendations. Resources: In Kind Space Manhattan Birth…
 
Five months out of treatment, Tina describes life after Chemotherapy, and a completely unpredictable twist to her story—a global pandemic. Just as she thought she was ready to begin healing, Tina, along with the rest of the world, is now in quarantine. Oddly enough, she realizes that going through breast cancer and Chemotherapy truly can prepare yo…
 
What do you do when you're dealing with Cancer in a CoVid world and person that Cares for is no longer allowed to be by your side. Nurse Arica shares her experiences about caring for the patient and being that bridge between the caregiver and the doctor ensure her patient is not alone. The Three Big "C's" combined is nothing we could have imagined …
 
Cassandra was determined to live her best life without losing her mind. She was raising her 3 sons and going through some major life changes. She finally had the time for the breast reduction surgery that she had been putting off. After her surgery her new fantastic ta-ta’s was sitting pretty. At her follow up appointment everything stopped when sh…
 
This podcast is dedicated in the Loving Memory of Harold F. Sanders. His daughter Vanessa honored me with a interview in the mist of her family's storm. Our conversation was colorful, joyful and powerful. The last 30 minutes of this interview is PRICELESS. At the end of this show you will be asking yourself "Cancer...What?!"…
 
Having a moment!!! Today is that day when my world went dark and angry was my armor. The day I never thought I would forget but I did because life goes on. You forget how much you share on social media until Facebook takes you down memory lane. I thought I was so deep at the time and now I can laugh at myself. Enjoy my moment!…
 
My guest on this episode is Dj Amatuli with UNC "Get REAL and HEEL" Program. Get REAL (Get Recreation, Get Exercise, Get Active, Get Living) & HEEL (a reference to Healing and the UNC Tarheels). This program is a breast cancer after-care program based at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and is part of the Linberger Cancer Center. Dj …
 
Berith, the Red Devil, answers your questions about cancer, chemotherapy, and the world of Castles & Chemo.This week, we discuss coping, the Origin of Castles & Chemo, and how to address past experiences with your children.To learn more about Castles & Chemo, or to donate, visit:CastlesAndChemo.orgMusic: Elven Dirge - Farewell - Score Music by Phil…
 
Berith, the Red Devil, answers your questions about cancer, chemotherapy, and the world of Castles & Chemo.To learn more about Castles & Chemo, or to donate, visit:http://CastlesAndChemo.orgMusic: Dwarf Temple - Prayer Eternal - Source Music by GoofParadeFrom: BattleBards.comUnder License: BattleBards Podcasters Audio License…
 
In Episode 7, as Debbie battles increasing fatigue from chemo, along with the shortened daylight hours, we explore the myth of Persephone. And we find comfort from an unlikely source: the TV show Friday Night Lights. Special guest: Ellen Bakalian, adjunct professor of classics at Montclair State University. Produced by Noah Levinson. Music and soun…
 
This week, we look into the science and controversy of the American Cancer Society's new screening recommendations encouraging fewer mammograms. With interviews from Dr. Michael Scoppetuolo, Dr. Michael Baum, and Dr. Nancy Elliott. Tape editing from Warren Levinson, and new logo courtesy of Joe Amditis. With new music from Evan Schwartzman ("Chemis…
 
Just as Debbie comes through her first chemo more or less intact, we discover that Warren has a life-threatening problem of his own: a major arterial blockage. In this episode, mostly written and recorded at the hospital the week before a scheduled triple-bypass, we learn that even the sick can be caregivers to each other.…
 
In Episode 3, Noah Levinson comes on board as the show's producer, holding the mic in the oncologist's office and working hard to scrute the inscrutable. Meanwhile, there's a wig-shopping adventure, a family staycation and more life lessons, in an episode we call Zen Student. Host: Debbie Galant. Producer: Noah Levinson. Editor: Warren Levinson. Co…
 
As New York City's mayor and police commissioner freak out about women baring their breasts in Times Square, host Debbie Galant comes to appreciate her breast reduction, courtesy of cancer. Thanks to Becky Dawson for covering GoTopless's Nipple Pride Parade (and Margot Levinson for telling us about it). "Titular Two-Step" by composer Evan Schwartzm…
 
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