Archive for May, 2013

Finding Peace from Wartime PTSD

After 13 years away, Christal finally decided it was time to reconnect with her father and work to understand his strength and will to survive – and her own.

I am Arnold Bradshaw

Diane Bradshaw stood by her husband as he battled for five years with Alzheimer’s, keeping a daily log of his care and the physical toll of the disease.

Riding the Horse called Hope… a conversation with bill penzer

You would think that a person who had been a practicing psychologist for more than four decades would know how to cope with the diagnosis of cancer in one of his grown children. Psychologists are a source of refuge, help, and direction for many of us who suffer with all kinds of maladies and are […]

How to Cope Better in Cancerville

Coping with his own emotions, Dr. Penzer concluded that cancer is not only a dreaded diagnosis, but a place with its own culture, customs, language, confusions.

Something many Doctors do not Know About

Mike Lawing shares thoughts from the AUA meeting in San Diego, and talks about a syndrome that many doctors know nothing about.

There’s an app for it — controlling STDs among young people

Joyce and Mike speak with Ramin Bastani, CEO of the company, which has a free mobile app designed to help control sexually transmitted diseases among young people.

Cancer Care in Germany

Mike and Joyce speak with Berit Eberhardt, Division head for Kidney Cancer at the House of Life (Das Lebenshaus) in Germany.