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Mayim Bialik remembers Alex Trebek as a ‘lover of life’ 1 year after his death [Video]

It’s been a full year since “Jeopardy!” host Alex Trebek died at age 80, an anniversary that seems hard to fathom.

But temporary fill-in host Mayim Bialik has paid tribute in a classy way with a throwback photo of Trebek on the set of “The $128,000 Question” in the late 1970s on Instagram to mark the one-year anniversary of Trebek’s passing from pancreatic cancer on Nov. 8, 2020.

Next to the black-and-white photo of Trebek standing in front of a microphone, smiling and with a notepad in front of him, she wrote, “Remembering the passing of the great Alex Trebek a year ago today. Alex was a legendary entertainer, philanthropist, and lover of life. We miss you, Alex.”

Trebek hosted “Jeopardy!” from 1984-2020, for 37 seasons in all. His vacancy was filled by not one permanent host, but several guest hosts over the course of the ensuing season. Executive producer …

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Christina Parrish diagnosed with pancreatic cancer starts a non profit foundation to help others wit [Video]

Source:https://www.spreaker.com/user/octr/christina-parrish-diagnosed-with-pancreaChristina Parrish, is a 14 year "Sur-Thriver" of Stage 4 Pancreatic Cancer.  Christina describes herself as sur-thriver because she strives to thrive everyday.  "It's important to realize that you are surviving everyday no matter the struggles."  Christina is the Founder of The Purple Iris Foundation.  Their mission is to raise awareness, provide support, and give hope to indivduals and families affected by cancer, in Maine.  Christina was in great shape and exercised regularly. She will share her journey with us and how her workout on a Pilates ball sent her to the doctor.If you or anyone you know is in Maine you can contact The Purple Iris Foundation https://www.purpleirisfoundation.com/purpleirisfoundation@gmail.comPHONE: 207-579-1969"As long as you say my name, I shall live forever." This episode of Living Hope is dedicated to Peggy Kessler.  Peggy was diagnosed in 2001 and died in 2018.  Chris and I had the honor of meeting Peggy.  Peggy was a great inspiration not only to us but those she came in contact with.

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The Pancreas Center at Columbia/NewYork-Presbyterian [Video]

At the Pancreas Center, we believe in care that goes beyond medications and procedures. We believe in compassion–treating people, not diseases. We believe in commitment–a team of specialists, focused on you, available when you need us. And above all, we believe in hope–providing encouragement not just with words, but with science, as our research team works to find more and better options to treat, diagnose, and prevent pancreatic conditions like pancreatic cancer and pancreatitis.From Columbia University Irving Medical Center and NewYork-Presbyterian hospital system.