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Things I Wish I'd Known with Deborah J. Cornwall
Posted in: The Cancer Warrior on May 15, 2015
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Mel sits down with Deborah J. Cornwall, survivor and author of Things I Wish I Had Known: Cancer Caregivers speak out. The award winning book is unique because it is  based on interviews with 95 cancer caregivers from 19 states and 2 Canadian provinces who cared for 117 patients ranging in age from…

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Genetic Testing and What You Should Know
Posted in: The Cancer Warrior on April 3, 2015
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On this Episode of The Cancer Warrior prior guests Amy Byer Shainman, executive producer of the Hereditary Cancer documentary Pink and Blue. And Genetic Counselor Ellen T. Matloff join Georgia Hurst, a lynch syndrome patient and advocate for those with hereditary cancer syndrome join Mel on the…

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Breastless in America - Still Waiting with Alisa Savoretti
Posted in: The Cancer Warrior on May 1, 2015
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Mel sits down with friend, survivor and founder of My Hope Chest Alisa Savoretti. Alisa has a documentary in the works titled Breastless In America - Still Waiting a documentary to expose the problem thousands (if not millions) of mastectomy survivors are facing…living minus one or both breasts,…

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Helping the People of Nepal with James Chippendale
Posted in: The Cancer Warrior on April 27, 2015
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Nepal's biggest earthquake in more than 80 years struck the country on April 25th. James Chippendale of The Love Hope Strength Foundation calls in to talk about how you can help the people of Nepal. Love Hope Strength had the first western rock concert in the city of Nepal to raise funds for a…

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Boosting Your Immune System with Jean LaMantia
Posted in: The Cancer Warrior on April 17, 2015
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Mel sits down with Jean LaMantia, a 20 year hodgkins lymphoma survivor and a registered dietitian. Jean talks about the importance of integrating a good diet nutrition into your routine during treatment, as well as into survivorship. Jean has written a cookbook The Essential Cancer Treatment…

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Erasing the Stigma of Lung Cancer with Melissa Crouse
Posted in: The Cancer Warrior on February 20, 2015
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Mel sits down with 10 year lung cancer survivor Melissa Crouse. Melissa shares her story and talks about erasing the stigma of lung cancer. It's all about raising awareness and erasing stigma on today's brand new show available on demand.

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Melissa Crouse is an educator who…

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Relentless Mettle with Stephen Brown
Posted in: The Cancer Warrior on January 23, 2015
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Mel sits down with Stephen Brown, a chronic lymphocytic leukemia survivor as well as a triathlete and multisport competitor to talk about his new book Relentless Mettle, a collection of stories about Stephens battle with cancer and how being a triathlete a helped him go through treatment. The book…

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The Layman’s Guide to Surviving Cancer with Howard Bressler
Posted in: The Cancer Warrior on December 29, 2014
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Mel sits down with Acute Promyelocytic Leukemia cancer survivor Howard Bressler. Howard has been cancer free for 14 years. Realizing there was a need for a book that explains cancer simple easy to understand terms, Howard wrote the book The Layman's Guide To Surviving Cancer: From Diagnosis…

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Helping Kids with the Max Love Brand with Elizabeth Watchberg
Posted in: The Cancer Warrior on December 5, 2014
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Mel sits down with Elizabeth Watchberg of the Give Max Love Brand. Elizabeth talks about how Max's mom Audra founded the org after her son Max was diagnosed with brain cancer. Max Love focuses on getting healthy food and alternative therapies like acupuncture and massages into hospitals for kids. …

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Pepped Up! with Ron Haberle
Posted in: The Cancer Warrior on November 22, 2014
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Mel sits down with Survivor Ron Haberle. Ron is a Non Hodgkins Lymphoma survivor and founder of PeppedUp!.org. PeppedUp donates tablets and computers to pediatric cancer patients in hospitals. With Ron's help a child can stay connected to the outside world, play games, and parents can use the…

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