In this episode, we visit with a self-described “ordinary guy” who turned a senseless tragedy into a beacon of hope for children with cancer. Many Staten Islanders know about the spectacular Christmas display that lights up the home of Joe & Marisa DiMartino, but the real magic is in the story of how “a life taken” brings an abundance of hope and joy to children of all ages, on Staten Island and beyond.Healthwish offers its heartfelt thanks to Joe and Marisa DiMartino for the love and passion they bring to the fight against pediatric cancer. Viewers can support their effort from Thanksgiving through New Year’s by visiting the DiMartino’s Sharrott’s Road display. Can’t make it to the display? You can still donate any time of year using Venmo @Joseph-DiMartino-7, or by forwarding a check made to SIUH Foundation, Inc. c/o:Joseph & Marisa DiMartino107 Sharrotts RoadStaten Island, NY 10309Follow the DiMartino’s story online at https://www.facebook.com/Lights4LifeHealthwish is a series of conversations about the state of healthcare in NYC’s fabulous fifth borough, Staten Island. Our goal is to raise issues, raise awareness and raise health. Because when we “Raise Health”, we raise everyone!Give it a listen…(Recorded November, 2021 at the home of Joseph & Marisa DiMartino.)
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ABC are not just the first letters of the alphabet, in the Erasmus MC ABC represents a Center of excellence for the management of patients with breast cancer. To this end we perform clinical, translational and fundamental research and teach the next generation allowing us to provide optimal care.Presented by: Prof. Dr. John Martens & Dr. Linetta Koppert
#SecretSanta #EastIdahoSecretSanta #EastIdahoNewshttps://www.eastidahonews.com/secret-santa/The EastIdahoNews.com team is busy this holiday season helping a local man gift $1 million to deserving people in eastern Idaho. Secret Santa is a real person who wants to remain anonymous and hopes to bless as many individuals in our community as he can.Brooke is a young mom of three kids ages 8, 4 and almost 2. Brooke’s husband, Nate, is a detective with the Madison County Sheriff’s Office.Last August, Brooke was diagnosed with stage 4 breast cancer. After going through multiple scans, doctors learned it had spread to her lymph nodes, liver, neck, left ribs and several vertebrae. She went through many rounds of chemo and lost all her hair. Earlier this year, things seemed to be on the mend but Brooke recently learned the cancer has continued to spread.Brooke has been so positive through all of this. She is a fighter and this isn’t her first experience with cancer. When she was young, she dealt with a type of oral cancer and then later had a type of skin cancer removed.Nate has been the family’s rock through all of this. He puts in a lot of hours serving his community and continues to be an amazing, supportive husband, dad, and provider.Brooke recently told a friend that she wishes she could see her children play on their own swing set.Secret Santa asked the East Idaho News elves to pay Brooke, Nate and their kids a visit with some early Christmas gifts. Watch the surprise in the video player above!
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If you or someone you know has been diagnosed with lymphoma, you may be asking yourself a lot of questions. Our experts are here to help answer them. For more reading visit: https://mayocl.in/3ltY8A6When it comes to your health, Mayo Clinic believes credible and clear information is paramount. There’s a lot to learn about lymphoma. We’re here to help. 0:10 What caused my lymphoma? 0:38 Are my children at risk of getting lymphoma?1:07 I have low-grade lymphoma. Why isn’t my cancer being treated?1:50 What should I expect from chemotherapy? 2:40 Can diet or exercise improve my lymphoma? 3:29 How can I be the best partner to my medical team? 3:56 Ending Still have questions? That’s okay. https://bit.ly/3ppi2NQ
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With advances in the management of blood cancer, people are living much longer. For many, this also means living with the long-term effects of the disease or its treatments. Whether you were diagnosed with acute or chronic leukaemia, myeloma, MDS, MPN, amyloidosis or lymphoma, the long-term effects may be impacting on your quality of life.In this webinar, we discussed the long term and often chronic nature of blood cancer and its treatments, along with holistic approaches to manage the impact of these on the life of someone with a blood cancer. By changing the conversation, we hope to empower people living with blood cancer to take more control and subsequently help improve their overall quality of life.Topics and speakers include:• ‘Living your best life with blood cancer’ with Dr Cecily Forsyth (Clinical Haematologist, Central Coast Haematology)• ‘Psychological effects of blood cancer’ with Jane Fletcher (Health Psychologist, Melbourne Psycho-oncology Service)• ‘Fatigue and physical effects of blood cancer’ with Julie Allen (Physiotherapist and lymphoma survivor)Plus our panel of experts answer questions from the webinar participants.If you need to talk to our team about support for a transplant or other blood cancer services call 1800 620 420 or visit leukaemia.org.au
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