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Conversations with Scientists- Cancer: Past, Present and Future

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Audio/Video
Description: 

The first session is an audio introduction, but the other sections are informative and entertaining presentations by the researchers and faculty. The presentations cover everything from the formation of cancer cells to clinical trials. 

 

Contact information: 
Suzette M. Svoboda-Newman, M.S. Advancing a Healthier Wisconsin Endowment Research and Education Program School of Medicine Medical College of Wisconsin (414) 955-4681 snewman@mcw.edu
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Animal foods can make you sick

Type: 
Audio/Video
Description: 

A friend lent me a copy of the video Forks over Knives. I feel like I need to do anything I can do to control the spread of cancer in my body. Surprise that sugar feeds cancer, chicken "feeds" cancer cells, milk causes an allergic reaction in everybody's body that actually draws calcium OUT of the bone. This movie includes "The China Study". What do I eat then? Eat nothing "that had a mother". Yes that includes fish, eggs, cheese too. Learn to eat Vegan and love the taste of food. Not just grass, delicious warm dishes that include sweet potatoes, lots of vegetables, fresh fruits, yummy flavors. Everything tastes better. We were the only country in the world that drank another animal's milk. All animal fats have cholesterol. No plant fats have cholesterol. Watch this yourself. You will think twice before you eat or buy certain foods. VERY hard to get a vegan meal in most restaurants and the good Vegan restaurants in NYC are packed all day.

Author/Speaker/Performer: 
Lee Fulkerson, Dr. T. Colin Campbell of Cornell University and Dr. Caldwell Esselstyn of The Cleveland Clinic
Publish date: 
2011
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How to Create a link in a post

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Audio/Video
Description: 

How to Create a link in a post

Author/Speaker/Performer: 
Me
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Video of Rolling Stones doing Gimme Shelter - My Favorite Fighting Chemotherapy Song.

Type: 
Audio/Video
Description: 

Gimme Shelter -- My favorite chemotherapy fighter song.

Author/Speaker/Performer: 
Rolling Stones
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Council of Dads

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Audio/Video
Description: 

This man survived osteosarcoma (so far) and brings some interesting perspective to how to prepare for and live with what feels like a death sentence (even if it isn't).

Source: 
TED.com
Contact information: 
You can go to TED.com and get lots of blow-me-away seminars from lots of people about lots of subjects. This one I decided to add here because it is cancer-related and appeals to my notion that Hope and Humor are key ingredients to survival, along with taking the aggressive road to fighting cancer. I hope you enjoy. It lasts, I think, a little more than 20 minutes.

The Pink Glove Dance

Type: 
Audio/Video
Description: 

Providence St. Vincent Medical Center
Portland Oregon

Pink Glove Dance for Breast Cancer Awareness

Song is 'Down' by Jay Sean

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The Nanny-DVD

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Audio/Video
Description: 

I found these "The Nanny" dvds to be very funny. Laughter is very important for cancer survivors during and after the treatments. I have rented two of "The Nanny" dvd series. And I just laugh and laugh and laugh. She reminds me of "I Love Lucy".

Author/Speaker/Performer: 
Fran Dresser (another cancer survivor)
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Canacer chat room video

Type: 
Audio/Video
Description: 

A Vid i made about all who I have talked to helped me our i have helped over the years .

Source: 
mine
Publish date: 
2003a vid i made of all the people i have meet and talked to on the CSN chat room
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csn vido on you tube

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Audio/Video
Description: 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l5X0rW0MzPU

Coralee's Breast Cancer Story

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Audio/Video
Description: 

Coralee Whitcomb, living with stage 4 breast cancer, has made three videos and posted them on YouTube to share her cancer experiences and what she has learned from them. The first two videos talk about her experiences with various therapies and post-mastectomy prostheses. The third one shows her mastectomy scar and so is only recommended if you really want to view that. Her first three videos are at:
- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-29tzyFACQg
- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QSbbNGTAJe8
- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cffuhyx1yEI
She says she may make more.

Source: 
YouTube
Author/Speaker/Performer: 
Coralee Whitcomb

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