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5 Tips for Coping with the Fear of Cancer Recurrence
Find out more about Breast Cancer Index (BCI): http://www.breastcanceranswers.com/breastcancerindex/ A recent study reported the majority of patients diagnosed with breast cancer go on to develop symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). So it's no surprise that many survivors constantly think about breast cancer recurrence. So we put together 4 Tips for Coping with the Fear of Recurrence. To find more about Breast Cancer Index, visit: http://www.breastcanceranswers.com/breastcancerindex/ SUBSCRIBE FOR MORE EXPERT INFORMATION AND BREAKING BREAST CANCER NEWS http://www.youtube.com/user/drjayharness VISIT BREASTCANCERANSWERS.com FOR THE LATEST IN BREAKING BREAST CANCER NEWS http://www.breastcanceranswers.com/news SUBMIT A QUESTION http://www.breastcanceranswers.com/ DOWNLOAD DR. HARNESS' 15 QUESTIONS TO ASK YOUR DOCTOR http://www.breastcanceranswers.com/ CONNECT WITH US! Google+: http://bit.ly/16nhEnr Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BreastCancerAnswers Twitter: https://twitter.com/BreastCancerDr
Sarah's Breast Cancer Fears & How She Overcame Them
Being diagnosed with breast cancer is one of the most frightening situations a man or woman may face in their lifetime. About 12% of women will develop breast cancer in their lifetime. The important thing is not to let the fear of cancer consume you. You are still here today and you still have a life to live. Fight breast cancer and never give up. Sarah Pascual was diagnosed at the young age of 27. As a young breast cancer patient, she knew what it was like to fear the unknown and possibility of losing the battle to breast cancer. Today, she is cancer-free and is sharing how she overcame her breast cancer fears in the video below. SUBSCRIBE FOR MORE EXPERT INFORMATION AND BREAKING BREAST CANCER NEWS http://www.youtube.com/user/drjayharness VISIT BREASTCANCERANSWERS.com FOR THE LATEST IN BREAKING BREAST CANCER NEWS http://www.breastcanceranswers.com/news SUBMIT A QUESTION http://www.breastcanceranswers.com/ DOWNLOAD DR. HARNESS' 15 QUESTIONS TO ASK YOUR DOCTOR http://www.breastcanceranswers.com/ CONNECT WITH US! Google+: http://bit.ly/16nhEnr Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BreastCancerAnswers Twitter: https://twitter.com/BreastCancerDr
How to Cope with a Breast Cancer Diagnosis
A candid and lively discussion between 6 women with breast cancer. How to cope with the emotions, fear, anger, grief and uncertainty that a breast cancer diagnosis can bring to everyone in the family.
Views: 7186 CancerHorizons
Fear and uncertainty with metastatic breast cancer
Dr Carrie Lethborg talks about the common feelings of fear and uncertainty following a metastatic breast cancer diagnosis.
Nalie's Advice on Overcoming Your Fear of Breast Cancer
SUBSCRIBE FOR MORE EXPERT INFORMATION AND BREAKING BREAST CANCER NEWS http://www.youtube.com/user/drjayharness VISIT BREASTCANCERANSWERS.com FOR THE LATEST IN BREAKING BREAST CANCER NEWS http://www.breastcanceranswers.com/news SUBMIT A QUESTION http://www.breastcanceranswers.com/ DOWNLOAD DR. HARNESS' 15 QUESTIONS TO ASK YOUR DOCTOR http://www.breastcanceranswers.com/ CONNECT WITH US! Google+: http://bit.ly/16nhEnr Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BreastCancerAnswers Twitter: https://twitter.com/BreastCancerDr
Just Breathe: Dealing with Fear and Anxiety After Cancer
In this LiveLaughLearn video from Rethink Breast Cancer, Dr. Mary Elliott shares tips for dealing with stress and fear after a cancer diagnosis.
Views: 1221 Rethink Breast Cancer
Breast Cancer Discoveries Day 21: Overcoming the Fear
http://www.breastcancerdiscovery.com We all know that getting breast cancer is one of the biggest fears we can have, but many take it to an extreme and think ignorance in this case is bliss. In Day 21, Dr. Susan Boolbol talks about that ever surfacing fear and why overcoming it is vital to your health. Video Transcript: "For all women, the thought of breast cancer is a devastating thought and even for women who go through everyday life and never think about it, that day that they go to get their mammogram, they think about it and if they're going for what we call a screening mammogram which is just a routine mammogram. I don't feel anything, my doctor doesn't feel anything, it's just my regular checkup, they don't necessarily get to find out that day is it normal or abnormal. They're frequently waiting to get that letter in the mail saying it's OK or you have to come back. From when they take that mammogram to when they get that letter in the mail, it's in the back of their minds, what if, what if. Even when I go in to get my mammogram, I think what's going on? Is everything OK? So that's a normal thought for all of us. The fear of breast cancer is real and, again, we're surrounded by it. It's hard to open up a magazine without seeing something about breast cancer or a pink ribbon somewhere or on someone walking down the street. So it's all around us. You cannot escape it. So the fear is real, but that fear cannot stop you from being proactive in your health and getting your yearly mammograms."
Views: 328 DispellingTheMyths
Oncologist- Q&A Breast Cancer Chemotherapy
Hopefully this will help ease some of your fears about the unknown world of Chemo that you are heading into. Here is my list questions and you can hear all of his answers in my VLOG, “DOC TALK with my Oncologist”: After being diagnosed with breast cancer, when should someone get an oncologist involved? What is genomic testing and why should someone get it done on a tumor? Why would a cancer patient need chemo? When should they get chemo? Before surgery or after? Why would a patient need radiation? Do they need a different doctor for that? What is the benefit of getting a port? Why should a patient take Tomaxifen or Femara after treatment and why for so long? What are some questions you feel a patient should ask their oncologist? Any tips? “Fear keeps us focused on the past or worried about the future. If we can acknowledge our fear, we can realize that right now we are okay. Right now, today, we are still alive, and our bodies are working marvelously. Our eyes can still see the beautiful sky. Our ears can still hear the voices of our loved ones.” — Thich Nhat Hanh What are some questions you wish you asked when you started this process? If you found this helpful please donate to help make the documentary based on my one woman show, “I Don’t Have Cancer”. Dr. Mahtani is an oncologist at UM Sylvester and treated me for my breast cancer. My Breast Choice YouTube channel is my personal journey with the BRCA 1 mutation, my surprise diagnosis of Breast Cancer, subsequent double mastectomy, and chemotherapy adventure. I will be sharing tips I learned while recovering, talking candidly in Vlogs, and letting you into my life as I go through reconstructive surgery and Chemotherapy. If you find this video helpful, please Like it, Share it, and Subscribe. See the Whole Blog at http://www.MyBreastChoiceShow.com Also, donate to http://www.GoFundMe.com/MyBreastChoice to help make the "I Don't Have Cancer" Documentary a reality. To stay up to day with all of the latest news about this journey go like http://www.Facebook.com/MyBreastChoice Twitter and Instagram @AnielaMcG All Music used is royalty free from iMovie.
Views: 3798 My Breast Choice
How to cope with fear of breast cancer recurrence
http://www.howdini.com/howdini-video-7257883.html How to cope with fear of breast cancer recurrence Once a woman has undergone treatment for breast cancer, often her biggest concern is whether the cancer will appear in the opposite breast or spread to other areas of the body. Dr. Anne Moore, a leading breast oncologist, shares important information to help breast cancer survivors cope with the fear of recurrence.
Views: 1614 Howdini
Overcoming Breast Cancer Recurrence Fear
In this first "Wine with Julia" video, she shares how she's overcome obsessing about the possibility of breast cancer recurrence. She talks about fear as something all cancer survivors must manage in order to live a joyful and fulfilling life. If you'd like Julia to review your breast cancer related product, email her at 1z2z3zpark@gmail.com. If you'd like to donate to Julia's medical expenses or the educational work of the group Living with Breast Cancer, you may do so through Paypal sending funds to 1z2z3zpark@gmail.com. Thank you!
Does the fear from being diagnosed with breast cancer stop women from seeking care?
In this video, Elizabeth Feldman, MD from Reston Hospital Center discusses the different types of patients and their different fears when seeking care.
Kym's story - Fear of cancer recurrence
While fear of cancer recurrence may never go away completely there are ways to manage it. In this video you will hear from Kym about how she copes with her fears of cancer recurrence.
Woman Confronts Breast Cancer Diagnosis With Optimism And Humor
More from Inside Edition: https://www.youtube.com/user/cbstvdinsideedition?sub_confirmation=1 Earlier this summer, Kambri Crews felt a lump in her breast and knew something wasn't right. She went to her doctor and had a biopsy, which confirmed her worst fears. She had breast cancer. Kambri and her husband are confronting a new reality that one in eight women face each year. In an effort to preserve as much tissue as possible, she decided to have a lumpectomy. Kambri now waits to learn if and how much the cancer has spread in her body.
Views: 22255 Inside Edition
Living with the Fear of Cancer
Every breast cancer survivor lives in fear once they hear, “You Have Cancer.” Much like a war veteran who returns from battle to discover they are affected by a condition known as Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), survivors also find PTSD a common condition. About 82.5% of women have PTSD symptoms after breast cancer diagnosis. Survivors who are fortunate enough to afford mental health therapy, have a greater chance of managing the emotional effects of fighting cancer. Those who do not, often find themselves caught in a downward spiral of depression and fear. Dealing with a traumatic change from health to disease often leaves victims overwhelmed, exhausted and financially devastated. - See more at: http://sendmeonvacation.org/you-have-cancer/#sthash.cZhZXawO.dpuf
Views: 308 Send Me On Vacation
Coping with the fear and anxiety of a cancer diagnosis
Melanoma Network of Canada - Toronto Patient information Session - Feb. 2017. The Psychosocial Care of Patients with Melanoma: Coping with the fear and anxiety of a cancer diagnosis. Presented by Dr. Rinat Nissim, Ph.D., C. Psych.Psychologist, Department of Supportive Care Princess Margaret Cancer Centre, University Health Network
Views: 583 MelanomaCanada
Gillian's story - Fear of cancer progression
Living with metastatic breast cancer brings many challenges. While fear and anxiety of what the future may hold is a reality for many people there are ways to manage this fear and live well. In this video, Gillian shares: - the reality of being diagnosed with metastatic breast cancer - how she copes with disease progression - the strategies she has used to manage anxiety - the support that has helped her to continue to live well.
The mental and emotional feelings after breast cancer, DCIS. Sad, anxiety, and what to do.
Afraid, anxious, crying, stressed, moody, afraid “it will come back, depressed, sad? Want help making a treatment choice? I wish that I never had to talk about breast cancer again. But as long as women are still getting breast cancer, I will be a guide and educator. Lots of love, Andrea Schneider, 9 year breast cancer Thriver and author of You Are Not Alone: Life After a Breast Cancer Diagnosis found at http://bit.ly/amazonbreastcancer If you miss this webinar see my website at http://www.MyBestMe.us for other webinars and programs! #theplankqueen64 http://mybestme.us http://www.DirectCellars.com/PaidToWine
Views: 2187 Andrea Schneider
Never Fear Breast Cancer Again: 7 Ways to Heal Your Body - Dr. Veronique Desaulniers
Learn how to never fear breast cancer again! Dr. Veronique Desaulniers shares her 7 Essentials System™, which she used to heal herself as well as many of her patients. Read more tips on how to prevent breast cancer from Dr. V here: http://bit.ly/ttac-livevid-prevent-breast-cancer-article-yt. We know genetically that 90 to 95% of cancers are not passed on generationally… so how do they develop? Tune in as Dr. V explains how feeding our bodies what it needs is the first step to wellness. There is no “one size fits all” anti cancer diet. The most important aspect of choosing the right diet is picking one that works for you. Learn what foods to eat that turn on the detoxification genes and lower estrogen levels. Plus, find out how our gut plays a BIG role in this process. Next, Dr. V talks about healing emotional wounds. We are good at doing all of the physical healing methods, but there is extreme healing power in recovering from past emotional wounds. In a nutshell: STOP doing things that bring you pain and START doing things that bring you joy. Lastly, we will hear about an alternative to mammograms and why it is gaining popularity. Be sure to watch until the end to hear all 7 essentials and why cancer is a message of love. Tune in for more videos on cancer-fighting nutrition here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rZtRnpEVRm8&list=PL1HXswokzKz2h7ZlSeA0VtBSvbiNArjSV. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Visit our website: http://bit.ly/official-website-ttac-yt Join TTAC's 1 million+ FB fans: http://bit.ly/TTAC-Facebook-YT Follow us on PINTEREST: http://bit.ly/TTAC-Pinterest-YT Find us on INSTAGRAM: http://bit.ly/TTAC-Instagram-YT Support our mission by commenting and sharing with your friends and family below. --------------------------------------------------------- About The Truth About Cancer LIVE --------------------------------------------------------- On October 5th-7th, 2017, more than 40 of the world’s most renowned and respected cancer and natural health experts came together in Orlando, Fl, for The Truth About Cancer LIVE 2017. Each speaker revealed their latest therapies and breakthroughs to beat, treat, and prevent cancer. The information they shared changed the lives of countless people and gave everyone hope for a cure. Because the truth is: There are MANY different ways to prevent and heal cancer... and we don’t want you to miss a single one. The knowledge you gain from these presentation excerpts can help eliminate the fear of cancer from your life and replace it with hope. -------------------------------------------------- About The Truth About Cancer -------------------------------------------------- Our mission here at The Truth About Cancer is to educate the world on ALL the solutions and choices available to prevent and beat cancer, not just the surgery, chemotherapy, and radiation you hear from the conventional cancer establishment. Every single day, tens of thousands of people just like you are curing cancer and/or preventing it from destroying their bodies. It’s time to take matters into your own hands and educate yourself on real cancer prevention and treatments. It could save your life or the life of someone you love. TTAC co-founder Ty Bollinger traveled the country and the globe and sat down with the foremost doctors, researchers, experts, and cancer conquerors to find out their proven methods for preventing and treating cancer. You can watch Episode 1 & 2 of A Global Quest NOW for FREE by following this link: http://bit.ly/ttac-livevid-agq-register-yt. Please join our email list to be notified of all upcoming events (including free airings of our docu-series): http://bit.ly/ttac-livevid-mission-yt. Learn more about our latest docu-series The Truth About Cancer: A Global Quest here: http://bit.ly/ttac-livevid-agq-silver-yt. Cancer quonqueror, Dr. V, Dr. Veronique Desaulniers, breast cancer survivor doctor, how to prevent breast cancer, cancer fighting foods, anti cancer diet,
Mammogram Fears - The Aftermath | Overcoming Breast Cancer Fears 😕
Cancer survivor. Overcoming mammogram fears.
Views: 725 NoLyeNapturallyMe
Modest Miracles, Lynn Faces the Fear of Breast Cancer
What obstacles are you facing in your life today? Are you happy to be alive? Lynn Buchanan, two time Breast Cancer Survivor, shares how she found the strength to see past the overwhelming fear that came with her diagnosis. Today she is happy to be alive. Produced and Directed by Laura Steinhoff, Steinhoff Studios, www.steinhoffstudios.com DP, Jessica Gallant Additional Camera, Laura Steinhoff, Jeff Mercer Sound Mixer, Nick Campbell Thanks to The Cancer Support Community, www.cancersupportcommunity.com, Eric and Abigail Fulmer, Real Zeal Productions, and Media M8
Views: 746 Modest Miracles
Diagnosed with Breast Cancer? Be Aware of Your Treatment Options
A breast cancer diagnosis can bring forth a wide range of emotions including shock, denial, fear, and sadness. But remember, a cancer diagnosis is not the end. Rather, it is the beginning of a battle on many fronts that will test a patient's will and resolve. Breast cancer can be beaten. Increasingly personalized care is helping thousands of newly diagnosed breast cancer patients fight back.
Views: 3 EmpoweredDoctor
Overcoming fear of cancer diagnosis and treatment
http://advancedprostatecancerinstitute.com Patients can overcome fear of diagnosis by understanding the technology, procedure, and treatment outcomes associated with IMRT/IGRT. For more information on our Radiation Therapy and other Prostate Cancer Treatments, please contact our Medical Staff. Advanced Prostate Cancer Institute Address: 12109 CR 103, Suite 301 Oxford, FL 34484 Phone: (352) 507-0001 Email: advancedurologistsflorida@gmail.com Website: http://advancedprostatecancerinstitute.com/ https://www.facebook.com/AProstateCancerInstitute https://plus.google.com/u/0/114562588202262855156/about https://twitter.com/AProstateCancer http://pinterest.com/AProstateCancer/ Oxford Urology, Urologist Oxford, Prostate Cancer, Radiation Therapy, Proton Therapy http://youtu.be/eeJc5CaAm4o
Mastectomy - The Fear, Emotions, Acceptance and Outcome from Breast Cancer
Diagnosed with Breast Cancer, visit http://mypersonalbreastcancerjourney.com/ for information on what to do next. In this video I will walk you through the pre mastectomy surgeries and procedures such as a "Nipple Delay" (in prep for a nipple sparing and skin-sparing mastectomy) and Lymph Mapping, then dooms day...the mastectomy itself and starting the reconstruction process. Watch as I walk you through the prep and procedures of my mastectomy, what to expect, how to get through it, the follow up outcome and recovery. This was no easy journey and a sad day, but necessary. My hope is to help you get through this difficult time and know that we will both get to the other side successfully! Just one more step to healing, surviving and thriving after our breast cancer diagnosis. More videos at http://www.youtube.com/breastcancerjourney
Views: 1550 BreastCancerJourney
Inflammatory Breast Cancer: Rare, Not Impossible | Tatiana Cordts | TEDxACU
Inflammatory Breast Cancer is incredibly rare. So rare that, until her mom was diagnosed with IBC in 2016, Tatiana had never heard of it before. But instead of giving into the fear of facing a future without her mother, she chose to become an advocate for awareness in an effort to carry on her mother’s legacy. In her talk, Tatiana educates the audience about Inflammatory Breast Cancer, shares her mother’s journey, and helps us understand why we should never give up on advocating for our health. Inflammatory Breast Cancer is incredibly rare. So rare that, until her mom was diagnosed with IBC in 2016, Tatiana had never heard of it before. But instead of giving into the fear of facing a future without her mother, she chose to become an advocate for awareness in an effort to carry on her mother’s legacy. In her TEDxACU talk, Tatiana will educate the audience about Inflammatory Breast Cancer, share her mother’s journey, and help us understand why we should never give up on advocating for our health. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx
Views: 1968 TEDx Talks
Finding hope after breast cancer
Emmy Rickert was diagnosed with breast cancer at the age of 24. Her biggest fear was not dying, but that she might never have children.
How to ask for help when you have breast cancer
Any woman battling breast cancer is dealing with a variety of emotions and stress, including the fear that she's becoming a burden to her family and friends. Dr. Mary Jane Massie, a psychiatrist at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, offers advice for women who may be struggling with how to accept or ask for help after a breast cancer diagnosis.
Views: 664 Howdini
Breast Cancer Patient Navigators: Helping Women through Diagnosis and Treatment
When a woman hears the words "you have cancer," it can often cause fear, sadness and confusion. At Wheaton Franciscan Healthcare, breast cancer patients are not alone. Our cancer care program links every breast cancer patient with a support team that includes an oncology patient navigator, which patients say makes a tremendous difference in their care. Hear one patient's inspiring story.
Minds of Medicine: Breast Cancer's Last Stand
The diagnosis of breast cancer still strikes fear, but a local team of doctors have created a personalized approach to treating the disease that turns fear into hope. Using precision medicine to precisely target each patient’s treatment to her tumor’s DNA , doctors can significantly improve the outcome. Follow the journey of two patients with very different types of breast cancer as they battle the illness with the help of a team that has made defeating breast cancer their life’s work. To learn more about our breast cancer care, visit https://www.henryford.com/services/breast-cancer
Views: 727 HenryFordTV
Cancer Diagnosis Now What
Join Marika Hamilton, stage 3 breast cancer survivor, as she discusses coping after receiving a cancer diagnosis, managing the fear and anxiety and what alternative therapies are available. Marika did not participate in traditional cancer treatment, chemo, radiation or hormone therapy. She is following an alternative treatment and had a lumpectomy.
Views: 352 Marika Meeks
Fear of recurrence for breast cancer survivors
As a breast cancer survivor, be careful what sites you visit for survivors, as some will talk about recurrence. These sites do not support you. Everyone feels that fear. Get it off your chest. Do not let that fear take over you. Release it.
Views: 722 YouInspire
Feeling and Healing Through Breast Cancer with Diane Weisman
After she found a lump, which turned into two, the stage one diagnosis turned into stage two because of the presence of multiple tumors. Even with the massive fear that surrounds a breast cancer diagnosis and subsequent treatment, Diane was able to recognize that in order to make the right decisions, she must remain calm and in control. It's quite a thing to be able to make a cancer journey joyful and even funny at times. Look for Diane's husband Craig in the background, adding support when needed = hilarious and wonderful! Great interview! Tons of wonderful information, including recipes for radiation relief cocktail and sweet vegetable drink. THANK YOU for WATCHING! Please LIKE and SHARE this incredible movie and COMMENT below! We love to hear from you :) To connect with Diane and her work, look for links to her social media pages and website, below her movie at: http://incrediblehealingjournals.com/feeling-and-healing-through-breast-cancer-with-diane-weisman-star-of-kick-cancer-in-the-can-web-series/ For more great healing stories, go to http://incrediblehealingjournals.com. The Good Witch: For delicious healing recipes, essential resources, tips, information and books including 'The Cancer Journal Heal Yourself,' and 'Cancer Cure and Survivor Stories' go to http://www.thegoodwitch.ca. Until next time, Happy Healing! Lisa Robbins, BScHN, RHN, CTT Author of The Cancer Journal Heal Yourself! and Cancer Cure and Survivor Stories
Views: 197 Lisa Robbins
Christina applegate removes ovaries and fallopian tubes over cancer fear
Christina applegate removes ovaries and fallopian tubes over cancer fear The Bad Moms star underwent a double mastectomy in 2008 after being diagnosed with breast cancer and she went under the knife again last month to stave off the uterine disease that claimed the life of a family member nearly a decade ago. “Two weeks ago, I had my ovaries and Fallopian tubes removed,” Applegate revealed to Today.com. “My cousin passed away from ovarian cancer in 2008. I could prevent that from happening to me. That’s how I’ve taken control of everything.”The 45yearold is feeling g...
Views: 12 24HNews
What It's Really Like To Have Cancer
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How to Overcome Your Fear of a Diagnosis of Cancer : Tool 1
How to Overcome Your Fear of a Diagnosis of Cancer: Tool 1
Views: 318 lifesettlementgrp
Breast cancer patient, 33, fears she can't have children
Bride-to-be, 33, who discovered she had cancer after her dog pawed at a lump in her breast reveals she fears the treatment will rob her of her dream of becoming a mother.A 33-year-old woman who is battling breast cancer has admitted she fears the life-saving treatment will rob her of her dream of having children.Sarah Roberts, who lives near Swadlincote, in Derbyshire, was diagnosed with the disease three months ago after her Jack Russell, Larry, pawed at a lump in her breast while she was lying in bed .She is now in undergoing gruelling rounds of chemotherapy that leave her feeling like she is suffering a 'hangover from hell'.
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Ep. 21 – Marissa Henley; Breast Cancer, Fear, & Book Giveaway
Meet Marissa, a mom and writer, who was diagnosed with angiosarcoma, a type of breast cancer. Understandably, she experienced an incredible amount of shock and fear after diagnosis. Would treatment work? Would her family have to learn to live without her? In the midst of the uncertainty, Marissa went to Houston for treatments, surgery, and clinical trials while her family stayed at home. Now that Marissa is in remission, she chooses to continue to trust in God’s character and his faithfulness. It has not been an easy journey, but Marissa chooses to be brave by encouraging others with her story through her writing. You can find Marissa’s book ‘Loving Your Friend Through Cancer’ on Amazon or win a copy on Becky’s Instagram or Facebook pages. (GIVEAWAY OVER) Marissa's Answers to the Fun Questions: • What are you loving right now? Flip flop weather • What’s your favorite meal right now? Teriyaki Salmon (recipe: http://damndelicious.net/2012/05/30/teriyaki-salmon-with-sriracha-cream-sauce/) • What are you doing to take care of yourself? Playing the piano regularly • What are you doing to be brave? Writing a weekly devotional Connect with Marissa: BLOG: marissahenley.com FACEBOOK: facebook.com/marissalhenley TWITTER: twitter.com/marissahenley INSTAGRAM: instagram.com/marissa.henley Connect with Becky: BLOG: BeckyLMcCoy.com FACEBOOK: facebook.com/BeckyLMcCoy TWITTER: twitter.com/BeckyLMcCoy INSTAGRAM: instagram.com/BeckyLMcCoy NEWSLETTER: BeckyLMcCoy.com/email  Share your Sucker Punched story at BeckyLMcCoy.com/Submissions Please subscribe to and rate this podcast to help others find Sucker Punched. NOTE: Sucker Punched is the podcast formerly known as Stories of Unfolding Grace
Views: 11 Becky L McCoy
Vlog 6: Updates & Cancer Fears
As positive as we try to be about Tasheena's diagnosis with breast cancer, we both have fears as a breast cancer warrior and as a partner to a breast cancer warrior.
Views: 130 The Mombians
Breast cancer survivor helps other women overcome their fears
Mia Peña, of Salem, Oregon, enjoys an active lifestyle. “They think, “Oh, you’re full of energy.” I say, “I have lots of positive energy here. Want some?” said Peña, with a chuckle. Peña vividly recalls a life-changing meeting with her doctor in 2007. “What’s the worst thing a doctor can tell you? You have cancer,” said Peña. “I had been going to regular mammograms for years—and they found cancer on both breasts. So I had a double mastectomy.” Peña went to the Salem Cancer Institute for her treatment. She tackled chemotherapy and radiation—and after five years of follow-up checkups, her doctor gave her some big news. “I’m cancer free?” He said, “Yes, you don’t have to come back.” I said, “Wow, thank you. That’s the best thing anybody’s told me,” said Peña. Peña realized what she wanted to do next. She volunteers as a peer navigator for the Salem Cancer Institute for Spanish-speaking cancer patients, and often sits with them during chemotherapy. “I was making these people have a few moments of a good time. They felt good. They were happy for a little while,” said Peña. Meanwhile, Peña strives to inspire people to see their doctor on a regular basis. “Some people tell me, “Well I’m scared.” Well, wouldn’t you be scared if you’re sick and you don’t know it until it’s too late?” I said, “Don’t wait.” “I think people should be really concerned about their health,” said Peña. ------------------------------------------ The Salem Cancer Institute is a part of Salem Health—which is comprised of Salem Hospital, West Valley Hospital, Willamette Health Partners and other affiliated health care organizations offering exceptional care to people in and around Oregon’s mid-Willamette Valley. Salem Hospital received the Distinguished Hospital Award for Clinical Excellence™ from Healthgrades in 2014, placing it among the top 5 percent of more than 4,500 hospitals nationwide. Visit us at salemhealth.org; “Like” us on facebook.com/salemhealth; and follow us on Twitter: @salemhealth.
Views: 99 Salem Health
No Fear About Breast Cancer?
Personal thoughts on Stage 4 Inflammatory Breast Cancer.
Kathleen Cook - Breast Cancer Survivor
“You have breast cancer.” Kathleen Cook still remembers the shock and fear when she heard those words. However, the mother of two faced cancer head on — and survived.
Cancer Pain Vanishes After Prayer
After a year of surgery, radiation, and chemotherapy to treat her breast cancer, Maybelline struggled to grasp the uncertainty of her diagnosis. One day the daunting fear was matched by a prayer from a stranger.
Views: 1181 The Official 700 Club
Victory Over Cancer and Fear Book
Please click like on this video to raise awareness of it:) Thank you!! My book Victory Over Cancer and Fear is the story of my battle with Stage III aggressive breast cancer two times and the victory I was able to find in the midst of the storm! Reading other people's inspiring cancer stories helped me during my darkest hours and my hope is that my story will encourage and help you. God heals today and He wants to heal you emotionally as well as physically. In my book I speak of ways that I was able to personalize God's promises daily to gain new strength and to finally lean on Him for His strength to get me through to the other side of cancer. SURVIVE AND THRIVE!! See my website when you search Victory Over Cancer and Fear Book. Thank you and God bless you in your journey through cancer and after!!
Views: 1082 Steffi C.
No Need To Fear Cancer with Professor Thomas Seyfried - Living outside the Matrix Podcast episode 39
Cancer is now understood and it can be prevented, treated and managed, but only by people who can get over the DOGMA and avail themselves of the evidence. You don't need to suffer from Cancer. No one you love needs to die from Cancer. In this Episode of "Living outside the matrix" Listen to Professor Thomas Seyfried interviewed by Nigel Howitt and learn why. The occasional cockerel crow in the background is due to the yurt being HQ for our organic smallholding at Treehouse Farm in Hertfordshire UK. Timings are approximate 01:30 – Continuing the work of Otto Warburg 05:45 – The failed war on cancer and statistics of cancer death 07:20 – An overview of cancer as a genetic disease 10:48 – The evidence of the Nuclear Transfer Experiments 15:20 – Conventional standards of care 15:50 – Dying from the treatment as well as the disease 16:30 – Glucose and glutamine the two fuels for cancer 19:44 – The traditionally attributed causes of cancer 20:40 – These ‘causes’ are in fact compromising the respirational ability of the cell 22:10 – Aiming for a singular target – the fuel for cancer 22:50 – Glutamine is a fermentable amino acid and the second fuel for cancer. It is not a result of respiration 24:20 – Glutamine also used by the immune system 26:40 – Metastasis – the spreading of cancer 30:00 – Nutritional Ketosis and the GKI (Glucose Ketone Index) 31:30 – Surgical removal of lesions 33:15 – Press/Pulse metabolic therapy 34:40 – Preventing Cancer 35:25 – Therapeutic fasting is key but not easy 38:20 – Ketones, a super fuel and GKI 41:40 – Speeding entry into ketosis with exercise 44:20 – ‘In the zone’ at 3-3.5 Mm 47:15 - Empowering knowledge 47:30 – Other benefits of Ketosis 51:00 – Autolytic cannibalism or Autophagy 53:00 – Veganism and vegetarianism? Just measure your GKI 55:55 – The Precision Extra Ketone meter, or the Keto Mojo Get a copy of Dr Seyfried's book "Cancer as a metabolic disease" and Travis Kristofferson's book "tripping over the truth" for more on this exciting and empowering news. NO NEED TO FEAR CANCER! For more empowering news from outside the Matrix visit http://www.lawfulrebel.com/ Music: "Awaken", from the album "Living Outside the Matrix", download here: https://soundcloud.com/user-391111134/awaken/
Views: 1895 Lawful Rebel
Overcoming the fear of getting breast cancer: Penny's story
Follow along with Dr.Kelly and Penny as Penny shares her story. The fear of breast cancer can be overwhelming, especially when someone else in your family has had it. Follow along with Pennys Health Journey to find out what steps she is taking to find out her risks and decrease them.
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How to cope with the fear of a recurrence of breast cancer
Susan G. Komen for the Cure® Ambassador René Syler speaks with Dr. Anne Moore, Medical Director of Breast Oncology Program at the Weill Medical College of Cornell University and Attending Physician at The New York Presbyterian Hospital, about how to cope with the fear of a recurrence of breast cancer.
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Video: Medications can help prevent recurrence of breast cancer
Many women who have survived breast cancer live with the fear that the cancer will come back. Thanks to advances in post-surgery medications, some of that fear can be eased. The Acquaviva family was just beginning its lives together when it was stopped in its tracks by a devastating diagnosis. Subscribe to WBAL on YouTube now for more:http://bit.ly/1oJSRCN Get more Baltimore news: http://wbaltv.com Like us: http://facebook.com/wbaltv11 Follow us: https://twitter.com/wbaltv11 Google+: https://plus.google.com/+wbaltv11
Minimally Invasive Therapy Eliminated My Fear of Breast Cancer
TJIOE A TJOEAK, a breast cancer patient comes from Indonesia, arrived at St. Stamford Modern Cancer Hospital Guangzhou on Oct. 31, 2015. After 4 sessions of interventional therapy, the tumor has shrunk and she has got good condition.
Breast Cancer Doctor Visits & Family Members' Fears
For breast cancer patients having trouble calming the fears of friends and family members who don't fully understand breast cancer treatment procedures, Dr. Jay K. Harness has some advice. Click Here & Get The 15 Breast Cancer Questions To Ask Your Doctor http://www.breastcanceranswers.com/what-breast-cancer-questions-to-ask/# Breast Cancer Answers is a social media show where viewers submit a question and get the answer from an expert. Submit your question now at, http://www.breastcanceranswers.com/ask. This information should not be relied upon as a substitute for personal medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Use the information provided on this site solely at your own risk.  If you have any concerns about your health, please consult with a physician.