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Lucia Gabriela Facebook

Sound Beach, New York
Lucia Gabriela Certified Health Coach. CHC, ADDP I am very proud and fortunate to have studied and completed all of the courses at the Institute of Integrative Nutrition in New York City. IIN is rated the number one school in the world for holistic nutrition and alternative health. We studied over 100 dietary theories and studied a variety of practical lifestyle coaching methods. My training...
Communities: Healthy Cooking

National Lung Cancer Partnership .. Health Impact Award

Madison, Wisconsin
The National Lung Cancer Partnership is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to decreasing deaths due to lung cancer, and helping patients live longer and better, through research, awareness and advocacy. Founded in 2001 as Women Against Lung Cancer, the organization changed its name to National Lung Cancer Partnership in 2006 to better reflect the partnership we have forged with...
Communities: Cancer

Steven

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
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BabyCow

California
I'm looking for a job or disability-whichever I qualify for the most. Whenever I'm able to work, I want to get certified for tattooing and piercing. I'm a long-time Bulimic, but physically, I'm reasonably healthy. My biggest problems are prediabetes and a recent lung cancer scare that was just my COPD (both forms of it) getting worse, lung damage from too much smoking and bronchitis that won't...

Diane D. Patient ExpertComplimentary & Alternative Medicine

Troutdale, Oregon
I am a wife of 32 years and a mother of 10! We have adopted 4 of our children. I'm heavily into researching alternative medicine and and natural remedies. My husband was diagnosed with StagelV cancer 3 years ago. After chemo and radiation didn't work, and the cancer traveled to his lungs, we started treating him naturally. He is happy and healthy today and we are looking at him definitely...

Cancer-Wife

Indianapolis, Indiana
I am the wife of a Stage IV Lung Cancer Patient.  He is the love of my life. We have been married for 29 years. In April of last year he was diagnosed with Stage IV Lung Cancer w/Met to the Brain. He has undergone Chemo and Radiation and was in remission until April of this year. The tumor in his chest, (Not in his lungs) is the first point of origin. The tumor which we call Thing...
Communities: Happiness, Cancer

TheMuscleKitchen .. Patient ExpertComplimentary & Alternative Medicine

Los Angeles, California
in 1999, I realized I was eating smarter than most bipeds who begged for my 'secrets'. That began a huge, wonderful journey and third career, nutrition. It's not about popping more pills, rather it's eating real pure foods to avoid as many pills as possible. Doing so helped me recover from an often untreatable dementia. The lightbulb in my head was dimmed for months (semi-comatose), but the...

Jo C. Burzycki Patient ExpertHealth Maven

Albuquerque, New Mexico
I'm a 35 year old mother and wife living with cancer. My two oldest children and I were diagnosed six years ago with MEN2a and Medullary Thyroid Cancer. At the time I was also diagnosed with Metastatic Medullary Thyroid Cancer and Pheochromocytomas (adrenal tumors). Everything since then has been one very loopy rollercoaster ride.

Brenda Coffee Health Maven

Boerne, Texas
The last 6 years I've had 10 breast cancer surgeries & 8 rounds of chemo. My father died of cancer when I was 13, my late husband died of cancer when I was 37 & I'm a cancer survivor. Check out http://www.BreastCancerSisterhood.com a survivorship resource for families. My BRENDA'S BLOG, a Top 10 Breast Cancer Blog, has been called "Sex & the City" meets breast cancer. I...

Laurie P. Patient ExpertHealth Maven

Missoula, Montana
I am an active 44 year old from Missoula Montana. I was diagnosed with breast cancer 6 months ago and spent the winter recovering from bilateral mastectomy/oophorectomy surgeries and chemotherapy. I was able to continue running (albeit fewer miles) during chemo. I started doing yoga during chemo for the relaxation and conditioning benefits.