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  1. annie borgenicht says:

    i missed Beth Darnells’ talk tonight is there is way to hear it again?

    thank you, I cant figure it out on the website annie b

  2. Sacha Evans says:

    November is National Family Caregivers Month—Help Us Celebrate!

    I wanted to reach out to see if you’d be interested in sharing some terrific resources we’ve developed as part

    of the Ad Council’s Caregiver Assistance campaign with AARP, in honor of National Family Caregivers Month.

    Across the country 42 million people, primarily women, between the ages 40 – 60 are faced with the challenge of

    providing care to their older family members and friends each and every day. They may not know it, but they are

    caregivers, and they play an extraordinary role in supporting those we love. We have released a series of new

    Public Service Advertisements (PSAs) that explore the many roles caregivers take on and provide resources to

    help them cope with their daily responsibilities.

    New research from AARP suggests that caregiving can take a tremendous toll on the caregiver’s personal health

    and overall wellbeing. And yet, many caregivers do not self-identify as such and can be reluctant to ask for

    help.

    Here are the resources you can share to help recognize caregivers everywhere for the important work they do:

    • The new website, ThanksProject.org, where you can share a message of thanks with a caregiver you know

    and post it publicly alongside other messages from people across the country to illustrate the number of

    caregivers nationwide.
    http://www.proprofs.com/quiz-school/story.php?title=NTgwOTQ0&id=580652&ew=530

    • A hilarious new video from comedian Jeff Foxworthy who says, “You might be a caregiver if…”
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WJUyfrsJDCY&feature=youtu.be

    • A new online quiz to help identify if you are a caregiver. Share the link on your blog or social media

    channel or embed it through the following code:
    Are YOU a caregiver? » Online Exam maker

    If you are a caregiver, or you know someone who is, please be a part of this important campaign. Visit

    aarp.org/caregiving for more tools and resources.

    Thanks for your support.

  3. Remarcus Steele says:

    Hi, my name is Remarcus Steele. Im an artist at Lights Out Records and our label has a Cancer Awareness campaign. We have a cancer awareness song and we’d love for your organization to enjoy and share our song in hopes of partnership. Thanks and i look forward to hearing back from you.

    Feel free to call me 678-608-8745

  4. Remarcus Steele says:

    Hi, my name is Remarcus Steele. Im an artist at Lights Out Records and our label has a Cancer Awareness campaign. We have a cancer awareness song and we’d love for your organization to enjoy and share our song in hopes of partnership. Thanks and i look forward to hearing back from you.

  5. Steve Brown says:

    Hello. I am a 25 year veteran of multi sport racing and have been living with chronic leukemia for 7 years. I am also a triathlon coach a published author, writer, and speaker. Having done 23 marathons, 11 ironman triathlons, countless shorter events, and 46 rounds of chemotherapy, I know a little something about challenge, hope, and possibility. Since being diagnosed, I have made it my mission to find ways to live ABOVE and not simply WITH this chronic disease that requires periodic follow up treatments. This includes serving as a patient mentor for a couple of different organizations, as well as coaching with The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s Team in Training program all while continuing to race my own events.
    I would love to share my story with your audience sometime as well as a few positive messages on some of my experiences and lessons learned along the way. In short, I look at my leukemia as more of a gift than a curse. It has opened many more doors than it closed. Please take a look at my full bio on my website and let me know if you may have any interest.
    My website has much more http://www.remissionman.com let me know if there is any interest.
    Regards,
    Steve Brown
    http://www.remissionman.com / stephensbrown@verizon.net
    Train, Endure, Achieve, Matter

  6. Alyssa Curry says:

    Hi

    My name is Alyssa. I work directly with Marala Scott. She is
    Oprah’s Ambassador of Hope and the Award-winning Author of In Our
    House: Perception vs. Reality and Surrounded by Inspiration. I’m
    reaching out to see if you would be interested in interviewing Marala
    Scott and/or David Tuccaro Jr., the subject of her new book, Bad To
    The Bone. It has already reached Amazon’s Best Seller list at #17
    within one month of being released. If you are interested, feel free
    to contact me at alyssa@seraphbooks.com. Thank you for your time and
    have a great evening.

  7. About my Dad.

    Songwriter returns 30 years later inspired by wife fight with Cancer.

    Born in Havana Cuba Carlos Solis arrived in Miami with his family in 1961at the age of 6 fleeing the Communist regime ,he grew up in the Little Havana area became a member of the local street gang and attended five different schools. Things changed for him thru music he got away from the neighborhood gangs and started writing playing and composing , recording at the Music Factory and Dukoff recording Studio in Miami also appeared on several local TV Shows. In 1977 he married and decided to put down the guitar go to work and try to start his own business. They wound up owning several successful business. In 2007 my mother was diagnosed with breast cancer they sold their business and my Dad stayed with her 24 / 7 they Purchased an RV and did some traveling to keep her in good spirits as she was going thru surgery, Chemo and radiation treatments. This gave my Dad time to start writing again and reunited with some old friends most Grammy and Emmy winners. The main song on the new CD he wrote for her is called You’re Not Alone featuring the great Charlie DeChant from Hall and Oates on Sax. Joining my Dad is Co-Producer and 26 time Grammy Award Certificate Winner Percussionist / Drummer Richard Bravo , Bass Player Grammy Award Certificate Winner Producer and arranger Jerry Bravo. This group of 9 talented musicians have played and recorded with the great Herbbie Hancock, Gloria Estefan, Ricky Martin, Arturo Sandoval , Shakira, Nestor Torres, and many others. they came together to help my Dad and be part of this inspiring CD for my Mom. A Fusion of Jazz, Swing, Big Band, Bossanova , Latin and R&B.
    Carlos and Sandra Solis were awarded the 2011Citizens of the Year and the gem of the hills award from the South Lake Chamber of Commerce in Clermont Florida, Appointed by the Governor to sit on the South Lake Hospital District Board of Trustee, Appointed by the Clermont City Council as a member of the Planing and Zoning Commission.

    Please allow my to send you an MP3 of his songs.
    Thank you
    352 -988-3437
    SolisBravo.com

  8. maria says:

    hi we are having a terrible problema here on the websites fo canceeer support we need help.some people are telling us that treatments re palliatieand non curable
    please call many woman are on the net making people cry
    I am on skype as maria6955

  9. Sue Phelan says:

    A few weeks ago during a program on W4CS, it was announced that there would be an interview with Dr. Richard Clapp about the breast cancer in Marines stationed at Camp Lejeune. The program was to be aired on Mar 17 at 2PM EST but I can’t find any confirmation on the station website today. Has this been rescheduled or cancelled? Thanks for clarification.

  10. Hi W4CS Guys & Gals!

    I am closing in on 2 years (November 2014) with NED for my old glioblastoma. I think I can contribute my successful story soon and I hope you can find some extra time to check out my blog which tells about what my daily anti-cancer regimen is and I can say that for the last 18 months I have NEVER FELT BETTER and I am free of any symptoms and side effects. I had about 80% removed back in 2012 and from there I did some conventional medicine while I quickly began my natural healing which clearly removed the remainder of the tumor. I secretly stopped the temodar after the 2nd (5/23) schedule dosage. I have created several synergistic blends that I use every day and my ketogenic has brought with it many health benefits. Love this web site and the radio broadcasts. Bless you all!

    Stephen Sharp
    Glioblastoma Survivor NED (No Evidence of Disease) – 19 months
    (386) 295-0023
    Steve@BeatYourOwnCancer.com

  11. Hi W4CS Guys & Gals!

    I am closing in on 2 years (November 2014) with NED for my old glioblastoma. I think I can contribute my successful story soon and I hope you can find some extra time to check out my blog which tells about what my daily anti-cancer regimen is and I can say that for the last 18 months I have NEVER FELT BETTER and I am free of any symptoms and side effects. I had about 80% removed back in 2012 and from there I did some conventional medicine while I quickly began my natural healing which clearly removed the remainder of the tumor. I secretly stopped the temodar after the 2nd (5/23) schedule dosage. I have created several synergistic blends that I use every day and my ketogenic has brought with it many health benefits. Love this web site and the radio broadcasts. Bless you all!

    Stephen Sharp
    Glioblastoma Survivor NED (No Evidence of Disease) – 19 months
    (386) 295-0023
    Steve@BeatYourOwnCancer.com

  12. Cliff Popp says:

    Is it possible to send me a link to the “Five to Thrive Live!” show on W4CS Radio from April 22, 2014, that featured guest Dr. Epstein discussing “Connecting the Cell and the Self: How Biography Becomes Biology?”

  13. Steven says:

    To whom it may concern,
    My name is Steven Song and my team is currently doing a campaign about Euthanasia. Our client wants to raise awareness on this particular issue on how terminal illness (eg. cancer) patient should be able to have their rights on how they want to live the rest of their life. We want to push this campaign to public and would love to get help from W4CS Radio to reach more audience. I believe that this is a very sensitive topic but if you are interested and have time to discuss further about this, please do contact me on my mobile phone 0424231028 or email me at stevensong1028@gmail.com.

    Thannk you for your time and attention.

    Best Regards,
    Steven Song

  14. Steve Ward says:

    Elyn Jacobs,

    Financial constrictive conditions have both hospitals and cancer centers feeling pressure from reduction in reimbursements and increase in cost of goods and supplies. All programs are under scrutiny with cancer tertiary care programs falling victim to termination. Some programs include; adult support groups, kids support groups, relaxation massage services, dietician, and psychological therapy services.
    I first noticed the need for services to supplement cancer patient emotional care in 2011. Since then the need has broadened with today’s financial pressures. I am an author with my most recent book; “Cancer – How to Improve the Journey” to address the need for cancer patient/survivor short and long term guide to improve the journey. I am a cancer, heart attack, and aneurysm survivor which has led to passionate cancer advocacy. I am also a consumer peer reviewer with the Prostate Cancer Research Program (PCRP) sponsored by the Department of Defense. Please consider me as a guest to share perspectives to encourage survivors, their families loved ones, and dear friends to better cope to improve their journey. To learn more please visit my website; http://wwww.lifesnotes.me/

  15. Thank you for taking the time for reading this email. I am sure that you are remarkably busy, so I am grateful for any time that you give us.

    I was wondering if you could help us promote our cause- Songs for Life, through Public Announcements and a blog post. Primarily, we would need to get the word out about this charity that will work miracles. We will promote your site, Said the Gramaphone, by putting your logo and link on our websites. I encourage you to look at our website http://www.songsforlife.org to get more details, but in short, here are some quick blurbs.

    WHY: Multiple Myeloma is a rare plasma cancer that attacks the bones. Life expectancy is 5 years after diagnosis. There is currently no cure, and most patients relapse. After a relapse, life expectancy is 6 months. Believe it or not, but 5 years is a miraculous improvement. Clinical trials have more than doubled the life expectancy in the past. With these proceeds, we are (hopefully) going to do that again! All proceeds of this event will go to clinical trials for rare cancers, in particular, multiple Myeloma.
    We also desire to improve cancer patients’ lives now. “As I went through two stem cell transplants, music was a lifeline that helped me get through,” says Ahlstrom, myeloma survivor and founder of the Songs For Life contest. These songs will be inspiring and soothing, to help cancer patients to keep going.

    WHAT: A new music contest created by cancer survivor Jenny
    Ahlstrom using music donations to raise funds for cancer research. Musicians donate inspiring original or cover songs, to be included on a Songs For Life CD/album. All proceeds will be donated to the CrowdCare Foundation to fund cancer research.

    WHO: Musician Donors: We welcome musicians of all genres to donate their inspiring original or cover song on http://www.songsforlife.org. Winners receive up to $2,000 towards recording studio fees at Soularium Studios for a professional cut of their song if needed. Songs For Life Judging Panel: ThePianoGuys’ Al van der Beek, Jessie Funk, Jenny Oaks Baker, Kenz Hall, Dr. Steve Eisenberg (CA oncologist using music as cancer therapy) and musician/cancer survivors.

    WHEN:

    Now – November 15: Musicians donate their songs on http://www.songsforlife.org
    Now – November 15: Donations shared via social media
    November 15-30: Music Judging Panel selects 12 winning songs from top 20 songs according to Facebook “likes”
    December 1: Winners announced
    February 2014: Songs For Life 2015 CD/album produced
    August 1, 2015: Summer Songs For Life Concert featuring winning artists at the Gallivan Center, Salt Lake City

    WHERE: Song donations can be made online at http://www.songsforlife.org

    VISUALS: Visuals include photos of the judging panel (ThePianoGuys’ Al van der Beek, Jessie Funk, Jenny Oaks Baker, Kenz Hall, Dr. Steven Eisenberg and other musician/cancer survivors). These judges may be available to discuss their contest participation. Local music donors including Kerilyn Johnson (www.songsforlife.org/anyway), Cheri Magill (www.songsforlife.org/air-cher-magill/) and Luke Hopkins
    (http://songsforlife.org/theres-hero-luke-hopkins/) are available if there is a music performance opportunity to discuss why they donated a song.

    About Jenny Ahlstrom
    Jenny Ahlstrom is a wife and mom of 6 who was diagnosed at the age of 43 with multiple myeloma, a rare blood cancer. Currently in remission, she believes that patient involvement and novel approaches are needed to accelerate the pace of new, curative therapies, especially in rare cancers and other orphan diseases. “Now that I’m in remission, it’s time to give back. This is a powerful and fun way for musicians to promote their songs and talent, while making a meaningful difference in the pace of new cancer discoveries.” -Jenny Ahlstrom

    About the CrowdCare Foundation
    The CrowdCare Foundation (www.crowdcare.org) provides research funding, patient advocacy and support for cancer and rare life-threatening diseases. It also hosts radio shows where top researchers are interviewed about the latest in research, treatments, side-effects and clinical trials. The Foundation is poised to begin raising funds using a new crowd funding model to support promising clinical trials advancing new treatments and cures for such diseases.

    Thank you again for taking time out of your busy schedule to read this. Let me know when you have any questions or if you would like to discuss this more.

    I look forward to hearing from you,

    Jenny Ahlstrom

  16. Hello,

    I hope you are well.

    Since October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, I wanted to send you a copy of Lynne Feldman’s beautifully written and thoroughly researched new book Integral Healing.

    When New Jersey educator Lynne Feldman was diagnosed with two different cancers, she was devastated, and faced the harrowing but inevitable question: “What next?” Feldman found herself on the receiving end of conflicting advice from both doctors and well-meaning friends. Some encouraged her to approach the disease with surgery, radiation and chemotherapy, while others thought she should try alternative methods and herbal remedies. She was even told that prayer, meditation and positive thinking could cure her. Overwhelmed by the options, Feldman started to realize that she must develop her own personal plan of attack if she was to survive. Feldman developed her own “integral approach,” which incorporates as many diverse healing perspectives, styles and methodologies as possible to bring about the best possible result. By using this unique approach, Feldman was able to put to use the vastly varying advice given to her and she ultimately beat the dreaded disease.

    Integral Healing is the result of Feldman’s exhaustive research into traditional and contemporary cancer treatments, and describes how she combined the best of Western medicine with more holistic approaches to ultimately go into remission. Feldman shares her emotional and physical recovery from cancer, gracefully weaving her personal story into a multi-faceted guide to health and healing, enabling readers to develop their own individualized healing blueprint. At the heart of Feldman’s message is a call for more flexible and varied approached to cancer treatment, as well as exploring the psychology of illness in order to change and improve the ways in which we understand health and healing. Above all else a story of hope, Integral Healing will educate, challenge and move readers, encouraging us not to view cancer as a death sentence, but to play an active and positive role in our own recovery.

    We would love to send you a copy. Please let me know if you would like one, or if you are interested in speaking to Lynne.

    Thanks so much and we look forward to talking to you soon.

    Warmly,
    Diana

  17. Mary says:

    Hi April, Im not able to get in, but it’s so nice that you are able to help people with your gift. i really love your youtube healing meditation.

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