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About the New Normal

This podcast was originally published by BBC You, Me & the Big C on 13 September 2018, here.

 

In Rachael’s final podcast with Deborah and Lauren they discuss the ‘new normal’.

This term is commonly used by doctors and cancer communities when people are finding a sense of normality in their lives after diagnosis and treatment. Dr Liz O’Riordan, who has recurrent breast cancer, joins the #YouMeBigC girls to talk about her experiences.

This podcast was released at the request of Rachael and her husband Steve.

Treating Cancer Body Mind and Spirit

This podcast was originally published by WeHaveCancerShow.com by  on August 13, 2019, here.

By treating cancer by focusing on the body, mind and spirit, Dr. Rob Rutledge makes deep connections with his patients. During our conversation we discussed:

  • The profound impact Dr. Bernie Siegel’s book, Love, Medicine and Miracles had on him and how it helped him realize oncology was his calling.
  • The roles mindfullness, meditation and spirituality play in his life.
  • How he came to realize the importance of support groups.
  • Why focusing on the body, mind and spirit is so important to healing.
  • The three-day retreats that he and Dr. Timothy Walker facilitate.
  • The meaning and importance of integrative medicine.

Links Mentioned In the We Have Cancer Podcast

Healing and Cancer – http://healingandcancer.org/

Love, Medicine and Miracles by Bernie Siegel, M.D. – Love, Medicine and Miracles

The Healing Circle – https://thehealingcircle.ca/

Dr. Timothy Walker – http://healingandcancer.org/book-an-event/dr-timothy-walker/

Follow Healing and Cancer on Twitter – https://twitter.com/HealingNCancer

Follow Healing and Cancer on Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/HealingandCancerFoundation/

Follow Dr. Rob Rutledge on Twitter – https://twitter.com/robrutledgemd

 

Human Connection After a Cancer Diagnosis

This podcast was originally published by CureToday.org on August 15, 2019, by KRISTIE L. KAHL here.

In this week’s episode of the “CURE Talks Cancer” podcast, we spoke with a melanoma survivor about the importance of community and human connection to build hope after a cancer diagnosis.

Following his stage 3 melanoma diagnosis, Patrick called upon what he had learned to find hope. His first thought: Ok, what’s next?

In this week’s episode, we spoke with Patrick, who is now a three-year melanoma survivor, about the importance of community and human connection to build hope after a cancer diagnosis.