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The Colon Club – Providing Support and Healing to Those Touched By Colorectal Cancer

The Colon Club – WE Have Cancer

The guests for this episode were Phoung Ly Gallagher, Executive Vice President, and Kristina Smith, Vice President of Communications for The Colon Club.  The Colon Club provides resources for those touched by colorectal cancer.

During our conversation we discussed:

  • The story behind the beginning of The Colon Club
  • The Colon Club’s Four pillars: Colon Talk, The Kimberly Fund, the blog and the On The Rise magazine.
  • Kristina’s own experience as a recipient of The Kimberly Fund
  • Phuong’s connection to colorectal cancer
  • The upcoming Colon Camp retreat and the life-changing experiences attendees can expect.

Apply to Attend the 2019 Colon Camp – Deadline is February 1, 2019!

To apply visit: https://wehavecancershow.com/colonclub

Links Mentioned In This Episode

Colon Club – http://colonclub.com

Colon Talk – http://coloncancersupport.colonclub.com/viewforum.php?f=1

The Kimberly Fund – https://colondar.wufoo.com/forms/r1lbim8y1rxx58x/

On The Rise Magazine – http://colonclub.com/on-the-rise/

Our First Interview With Kristina Smith – https://wehavecancershow.com/054

Our Interview With Diana Sloan – https://wehavecancershow.com/077

Our Interview With Riley Castro – https://wehavecancershow.com/061

Our Interview With Nikki Moore – https://wehavecancershow.com/090

The Five Star Retreat In Nunnelly, Tennessee – http://www.fivestarretreat.com

Connect With The Colon Club

On Instagram – https://instagram.com/colonclub

On Twitter – https://twitter.com/colonclub

On Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/colonclub/

Visit Their Website – http://colonclub.com

WE Have Cancer Links

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Dean Hall Is A Cancer Survivor Who’s Swimming In Miracles


Dean Hall is Swimming In Miracles

Dean Hall is the first person in history to swim the entire 184 miles of Oregon’s Willamette River. He accomplished this feat in June of 2014 while he still had active leukemia and lymphoma to prove to cancer patients around the world that you don’t have to give up your dreams or your drive simply because you received a diagnosis. Now, cancer-free he continues to go to great lengths to raise money for cancer research and spread his inspirational message of healing and hope around the world.

During our interview we discussed:

  • How cancer played a significant part of his life before his diagnosis.
  • The meaning of Swimming in Miracles and how water has played a significant role in his physical and emotional healing.
  • How a quote from Albert Einstein helped him chart a new course with his life.
  • The role faith has played in his life.

Connect With Dean

His website, Swimming in Miracleshttps://www.swimminginmiracles.com

On Instagram: https://instagram.com/swimminginmiracles

On Twitter: https://twitter.com/swimminginmiracles

Links mentioned in the show

Forest bathinghttp://www.shinrin-yoku.org/shinrin-yoku.html

Wim Hofhttps://www.wimhofmethod.com

The book Blue Mindhttps://www.amazon.com/Blue-Mind-Surprising-Healthier-Connected/dp/0316252115

WE Have Cancer Links

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Email Lee

Lee@wehavecancershow.com

 

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Lyfebulb – A Patient Platform That Embraces and Stimulates Innovation Toward Better Quality of Life


Dr. Karin Hehenberger – CEO/Co-Founder, Lyfebulb

Dr. Karin Hehenberger, is the CEO and Co-Founder of Lyfebulb, an organization whose mission is to “Reduce the burden of chronic disease through the power of the patient.”

In our conversation we discussed:

  • The origin and goals of Lyfebulb since its inception in 2014.
  • How her own diagnosis with Type 1 Diabetes at the age of 16 and subsequent kidney and pancreas transplants impacted her and the mission and goals of Lyfebulb.
  • The roles of Patient Ambassadors and Patient Entrepreneurs.
  • Why Lyfebulb is a patient-centric organization.
  • The upcoming Lyfebulb-Helsinn Innovation Challenge.
  • The future of Lyfebulb.

Apply For the Lyfebulb-Helsinn Innovation Challenge – https://lyfebulb.com/innovation-award/helsinn-2019/

Connect With Lyfebulb

Visit their website – https://lyfebulb.com/

Lyfebulb on Instagram – https://instagram.com/lyfebulb

Lyfebulb on Twitter – https://twitter.com/lyfebulb 

Lyfebulb on Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/Lyfebulb

Lyfebulb on YouTube – https://www.youtube.com/user/Lyfebulb

WE Have Cancer Links

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Join our private Facebook group – https://www.facebook.com/groups/wehavecancershow/
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