Cancer

  We have heard Stevan’s story from diagnosis of Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis to lung transplant. This week we talk about life after a lung transplant.  Join us to learn more about Stevan’s experience with a complex medication regimen, immunosuppression, and increased risk for skin cancer. Please join in and listen to this interview with Dr. Marianne Matzo and Stevan:  Click here to listen… We hope you enjoy this interview.  If you have a story you […]

Nancy Miller is the spiritual adviser at Everyone Dies. In December of 2016, God called Nancy into full-time ministry and she became ordained and a Certified Christian Counselor. Additionally, she is a Certified Spiritual Care Disaster provider through the Oklahoma Conference of Churches. Nancy specializes in grief, trauma, and abuse counseling for women. She has a weekly blog, website, and YouTube Channel entitled “Walking with Jesus”. She also produces weekly devotionals and on-line Bible classes […]

  Being diagnosed with cancer is very scary.  Having it return is a fear on a totally different level.  On the other hand, many people cope with a recurrence differently than the first time around. There is some familiarity with the health care system, and you have a relationship with an oncologist and their team when you have cancer recur. Some of the changes documented in people who have had a cancer diagnosis are a […]

  This week, I had the pleasure to interview Deborah Wright, APRN, CNS who works in the Phase I Program and Clinical Trials Office at the Stephenson Cancer Center in Oklahoma City. We talked about clinical trials, what they are and how they may benefit people who participate in them.  The road to having a drug to treat cancer or the development of a vaccine is complicated and long.  Drug companies and clinicians want to […]

You find yourself diagnosed with a disease like colorectal cancer, ovarian cancer, or Crohn’s disease (to name a few) and find out that part of the treatment is a colostomy. A colostomy is a surgical operation where a piece of the colon is brought out an opening in the abdominal wall to bypass a damaged part of the colon. How do you now exercise, make love, go swimming? Some people refuse to leave their houses […]


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