Living Well with Hodgkin Lymphoma

Michele Nadeem-Baker: Weapons for Fighting the Flu and Colds

Michele Nadeem-Baker shares her top seven weapons needed to keep healthy as a cancer patient during cold and flu season.

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Andrew and Esther From Health 2.0

Andrew and Esther Schorr join us from Santa Clara, California at the Health 2.0 Conference.

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Eliot Finkelstein: Health Insurance Logistics

Filming from the Mayo Clinic in Phoenix, Arizona, dermatomyositis patient Eliot Finkelstein joins us. Watch for his tips on dealing with health insurance.

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Meryl: The Importance of Advancing Research

Meryl is a care partner and Co-Pl for the PCORI Alzheimer’s, Dementia, Patient and Caregiver Powered Research Network. Her husband and mother both have Alzheimer’s disease. Hear her story as she discusses the importance of advancing research.

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Brian Theiss: Turning Suffering Into a Positive

Health and wellness expert Brian discusses how to turn the suffering that can come along with illness into a positive, as well as seeing the bigger picture.

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Gilles Frydman, Founder of ACOR.org: How Self-Advocacy Saves Lives

Are first opinions always accurate? Join us to learn from Gilles Frydman, Founder of ACOR, how patients play an essential role in their own health care and what you can do to determine that your medical services match your needs.

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Clinical Trial MythBusters: "Without Clinical Trials There Is No Advancement"

Dr. Liza Villaruz, Sheila Hoff and patient, Dr. Michael Weitz discuss whether clinical trials are a gamble and whether the risks outweigh the benefits for patients and their care partners.

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Are Clinical Trials Only for Patients at a Certain Stage of Disease?

Dr. Liza Villaruz and Sheila Hoff discuss whether clinical trials are available to patients as a treatment option for different stages of disease and whether the risks outweigh the benefits for patients and their care partners.

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Partager les données de santé est vital pour améliorer les résultats

Pierre-Mikael Legris est un survivant d'une leucémie aigüe qui grâce à son expérience a mis en place une solution digitale qui pourrait aider les patients a maintenir la traçabilité de leurs données de santé.

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