Thank you for supporting my journey towardw healing POTS (Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome). As a soon to be 3 year breast cancer survivor, this March I completed my 2 year hormonal treatment. Soon afterwards I began experiencing changes in my body with my heart and thyroid. After holistically healing myself and getting my thyroid levels back to normal, I was then diagnosed with POTS in October. I unfortunately had to resign from my new job due to an increase in flare ups but my journey and financial support to get to the root of my issues has not stopped. I thank you for supporting me during my second journey towards healing and providing the financial help to get me to the complete healing I know God has promised me by donating to my go fund me. Feel free to learn more about my journey by watching my videos and learn more about the healing process that allowed me to change my health after breast cancer. Follow me on FB & IG @porschanikkole God Bless You! #posturalorthostatictachycardiasyndrome #holistichealing #gofundme #breastcancersurvivor #holistichealth
DIRECT (Diagnosis to Rehabilitation, Survivorship and Palliative care in Cancer Research Translation), a special interest group from The University of Sydney, and Pink Hope invite you to Breast cancer awareness in a COVID world – a webinar and Q & A panel.Recorded: 26th October 2021 Speaker BiosSarah Powell, CEO of Pink HopeMs. Sarah Powell is the Chief Executive Officer of the Pink Hope community. Sarah was diagnosed with breast cancer at 29 years old and subsequently found out she has a BRCA1 mutation. With two young children who may have inherited this increased risk of cancer, she has been a passionate advocate and supporter of Pink Hope since its inception. Sarah brings to Pink Hope a background in corporate banking and events management and being a high-risk individual herself, she knows exactly what’s important to the Pink Hope community.Bianca Camuglia, Breast cancer survivorMs. Bianca Camuglia is a breast cancer consumer. She was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2020 at 36 years old with grade 3, IDC, triple positive. She had a hard time at that moment as she was a mother of 6-year-old child who also started school during the treatment. Bianca underwent initial surgery (mastectomy) in March 2020 which was followed by chemotherapy treatment and her final exchange surgery was taken place in March 2021.Dr Jodie Fleming Clinical and Health Psychologist and breast cancer survivorDr Jodie Fleming is a clinical and health psychologist, retreat facilitator, keynote speaker, author and BRCA1 Positive Breast Cancer Survivor. She supports patients through a range of situations in her private practice, The Psychology of It, as well as through her work with Emmanuel College in Warrnambool. Jodie’s career commenced as a clinical and health psychologist in psycho-oncology, following work in a range of cancer services including CanTeen, The Mater Misericordiae Hospital and, the John Hunter Children’s Cancer Hospital in Newcastle NSW. She is regularly sought out as a guest speaker to share her unique perspective as both patient and doctor, as well as appearances associated with her first book, A Hole In My Genes. A Hole in My Genes is a breast cancer memoir about Jodie’s professional and later personal candid, raw experiences of being diagnosed with two primary breast cancers at the age of 37 and later discovering she is BRCA1 positiveA/Professor Elisabeth Elder, Specialist Breast SurgeonElisabeth Elder is a specialist breast surgeon at the Westmead Breast Cancer Institute and Clinical Associate Professor at the University of Sydney, with a special interest in oncoplastic and reconstructive surgery. She is involved in numerous research projects and clinical trials within the Westmead Breast Cancer Research Collaborative. She graduated from the Karolinska Institute in Sweden in 1992,where she also completed her general surgery training and a PhD in tumour biology in 2002. She is the President of Australasian Society for Breast Disease and previous chair of the oncoplastic committee of Breast Surgeon in Australia and New Zealand and council member of Breast Surgeons International.She regularly participates in breast cancer education for medical professionals, students as well as patient groups and the broader community. A/Professor Zakia Hossain, Demographer and Health SociologistAssociate Professor Syeda Zakia Hossain is a Demographer and a Health sociologist in the Faculty of Medicine and Health at the University of Sydney. She is a recipient of international awards including AusAID and Winrock International. A/Prof is a member of the Academic Board, Cancer Research Network and NSW Police Multicultural Advisory Committee.Her research focuses on breast cancer awareness, quality of life of breast cancer survivors, reproductive health, migrant and refugee women and women from resource-limited countries and she has published widely in these areas.Subscribe to our channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/SydneyHealth Connect with us:Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/sydneyunihealthTwitter: https://twitter.com/sydney_healthInstagram: https://instagram.com/sydney_health
This webinar discussed how treatments for early-onset breast cancer can raise issues of fertility preservation for young women, and complicate pregnancies. It originally took place on December 8, 2021. ABOUT THE EVENT: TIG NOTARO (moderator)—Tig Notaro is a breast cancer survivor, and an Emmy- and Grammy-nominated stand-up comedian, writer, radio contributor and actor, as well as a favorite on numerous talk shows, including Ellen, The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, and Conan. Rolling Stone named her one of the “50 best stand-up comics of all time.” Notaro currently appears in Zack Snyder’s Army of the Dead and Star Trek: Discovery; she wrote and starred in the groundbreaking TV show One Mississippi (Amazon Prime Video), and hosts an advice podcast “Don’t Ask Tig” and the documentary film podcast “Tig and Cheryl: True Story.”JESSICA QUELLER—In 2003, while writing for Gilmore Girls, Jessica tested positive for the BRCA1 genetic mutation, otherwise known as the breast cancer gene. The test was relatively new, and Jessica was one of the first young women in the country to speak publicly about carrying the mutation. Shortly after testing positive, Jessica’s Op-Ed piece about the burden of knowledge that comes with carrying the gene was published in The New York Times. The article was the launching point for her memoir, Pretty Is What Changes (Random House, 2008). Jessica is passionate about helping women empower themselves with knowledge that can safeguard their health. She travels around the country speaking about BRCA, and has delivered keynote speeches for the annual FORCE conference in Florida, and the Bright Pink gala in Chicago. She’s also a frequent media spokeswoman on issues of cancer prevention, appearing on NPR’s Morning Edition, Good Morning America and Entertainment Tonight. Her first love is dramatic storytelling, and that remains the passion of her life. In addition to Gilmore Girls, Jessica has had the privilege of writing for many other shows that include Felicity, Gossip Girl and The Carrie Diaries, and she’s currently a writer/executive producer on the hit show Supergirl (The CW).DON S. DIZON, M.D.—Dr. Dizon, a professor of medicine at Brown University, is an oncologist who specializes in the treatment of pelvic malignancies at Lifespan Cancer Institute, and director of medical oncology at Rhode Island Hospital. He also leads community outreach and engagement at the Cancer Center at Brown University, and serves as the co-chief medical officer of the nonprofit Global Cancer Institute. His research interests are in novel treatments of pelvic cancers (ovarian, cervical and endometrial cancers) and issues related to survivorship, particularly as they relate to sexual health after cancer for both men and women. He is a prolific researcher and writer, and he has authored hundreds of publications, including peer-reviewed articles, books and book chapters.JENNIFER AND JAY FELDMAN—Three months after Jennifer and Jay Feldman were married, Jennifer, 27 at the time, was diagnosed with breast cancer. In the process, she had to learn to advocate for herself by asking her health care providers for what she wanted and needed. Five years later, after a bilateral mastectomy and chemotherapy, Jennifer felt a lump near her collarbone, but had to urge her medical team for testing and additional scans. She eventually sought a second opinion before replacing her entire treatment team. Together, Jennifer and Jay decided to consult with a fertility doctor to freeze embryos to preserve fertility options for their future. As Jennifer navigated multiple rounds of radiation, chemotherapy and several surgeries, Jay stood by her and supported the difficult decisions all along her journey.
The organization’s founder, Vance Stacks Jr., wants to help the kids who parents are battling cancer
Steve Adubato is joined by Minaxi Jhawer, MD, Chief, Department of Hematology and Oncology, Associate Medical Director of The Lefcourt Family Cancer Treatment and Wellness Center, Englewood Health, and Rachelle Leong, MD, FACS, Breast Cancer Surgical Oncologist, and Survivorship Coordinator of The Lefcourt Family Cancer Treatment and Wellness Center, Englewood Health. They discuss the meaning of breast cancer survivorship, the importance of ”Survivorship Talk” to help patients navigate their life after cancer, and the need to manage nutrition, mental health and emotional health for patients with cancer.12/10/21 #2466
Doretha “Dee” Burrell is a Breast Cancer Survivor. Even though Cancer does not define her, being a survivor has led her to make it a life goal to support other women diagnosed with Breast Cancer.As Founder/CEO of the Y-U Breast Cancer Foundation, Inc., she could fund Four breast cancer survivors on the separate road to recovery trips. Through her motivational workshops, speaking engagements and media appearances, she advocates for women’s health, travelling worldwide to empower with her personal story of resilience, celebration, and triumph along with a message that focuses on renewing mind, body, and soul. She is also the author of the book Open Up the Door and Let Me In and the co-author of Living Your Vision and Purpose, and her journey has allowed her to be featured in both an AARP Life Re-Imagined a Roche Pharmaceutical campaign.Love Heals Cancer – Making quality integrative oncology cancer care accessible to all.Visit our Official website: https://lovehealscancer.org/Engage with Us!LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/lovehealscancerofficial Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/lovehealscancerofficial/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lovehealscancerofficial/Twitter: https://twitter.com/lovehealscancerSubscribe on YouTube: http://bit.ly/SubscribeLHC
Cancer is a heavy word. And a Texas surgeon and breast cancer survivor want to make sure newly diagnosed patients don’t feel alone.
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Diana James, MD, PhD, Director of Breast Imaging at Jefferson Radiology and Hartford Hospital, says that doctors have seen about 50 percent more cancers in women that come into the office for evaluation, which includes women who come in because of an abnormal mammogram or a new breast lump.
If you are undergoing breast cancer treament or are a survivor, chances are your sex life may be hampered. But you can turn it around!
Know what to expect at your first mammogram appointment to alleviate some of your pre-screening nerves. It is my honor to share my experiences with the purpose of supporting you, while also creating a space where we all feel less alone. Make sure to SUBSCRIBE to follow along for more videos 🙂 !I decided to remake this video to give you the straight details. If you’d like the longer version with more of my personal experience check out this video https://youtu.be/BbVeV84YQ0c OTHER VIDEOS YOU MIGHT LIKE: Breast MRI – https://youtu.be/sCj9OPiduVABreast Biopsy – https://youtu.be/_94RngfIJ_cPREPARE TO FIGHT:Ideas to Support a Friend through Cancer Treatment – https://youtu.be/Ec84m0o6Qd4Lean OUT Support Strategy – https://youtu.be/8rfwXh02W_U5 KEY People to Support You through Your Fight – https://youtu.be/unX18YyspAIPREPARE FOR SURGERY:Creating Your Surgery Team – https://youtu.be/0FMI5X4aKfQLumpectomy vs Mastectomy Explained – https://youtu.be/T5m7zlnjhjgReduce Scarring with this Incision Care Technique – https://youtu.be/hCKMqUpbF7MAll the best to you friend♡. See you next time:).xo,ChelseyInstagram: @chelseytarnowgrey#mammogram #mammography #womenshealth*The content of this video simply shares my experience and what I’ve learned through it; therefore it should in no way be substituted for any medical or professional advice. I highly recommend doing your own research, and following the recommendations of your personal health care team *