In this episode of Living Hope we continue our conversation we started on March 24. What to do when a loved one dies? This is a subject no one wants to talk about but at some point it's information that can be helpful. If we can all set down and talk about what we want when we die it would be so helpful for those left behind. What is a Advanced Health Care Directive? Is one needed? Who needs to be notified? What kind of service should we have? Would a check list be beneficial? These are some of the topics we talked about. It can be a heavy subject but we did have some laughs along the way.
"As long as you speak my name, I shall live forever"
This episode is dedicated to Lupe Romero, "Inhale life to the fullest"
A woman goes from Caregiver to Patient after losing her husband to pancreatic cancer
Christina Parrish diagnosed with pancreatic cancer starts a non profit foundation to help others with cancer
”They come not in single spies but they come in battalions.”
Why has Pancreatic cancer gone from a single digit number to 11% survivor rate?
How a man goes from being healthy, to a diabetic with an inoperable pancreatic cancer tumor to being stable.
Paul and I had a chat about COVID, PurpleStride, positive thinking and future episodes.
A woman deals with the roller coaster ride of diagnosis, being cancer free, to reoccurrence.
What is a Caregiver?
Wow! It’s been a year already?
Mail Bag Q & A
How does a purple journal help a young girl deal with her dads cancer diagnosis?
PS We’re Back!
Will you know what to do when a loved ones dies?
A young woman experiences the role of Caregiver in two different ways.
How excruciating back pain lead to a diagnosis of pancreatic cancer
How losing her parents lead her to volunteering
What to expect and why clinical trial participation is safe
Clinical Trials are important to survival but there are also barriers that prevent some from participating.
The importance of Clinical Trials and myths debunked.
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