Cancer tests us not to show our weaknesses, but to discover our strengths.

Hi, my name is Clarence, and I’m a Multiple Myeloma patient - I had a bone marrow transplant 3 year ago, but trust me it is still all fresh in my mind - Now, with this show we’re not trying to scare anyone, nor do a pity party but talk about our experiences and what people do to further themselves when faced with cancer.

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Danny Boy and Toilet Paper.

03-17-2020

Michael talks toilet paper, Clarence sings Danny Boy and Mark J. Barrenechea, the President and Chief Executive Officer of OpenText and a survivor of Acute Myeloid Leukemia talks of his journey.

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Filetype: MP3 - Size: 11.73MB - Duration: 12:48 m (128 kbps 44100 Hz)




To Make It Happen You Must Will It.

01-23-2020

A discussion on Wills, Trusts and my Aunt Joanne discusses her role in her family as a caregiver.

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Filetype: MP3 - Size: 21.41MB - Duration: 23:23 m (128 kbps 44100 Hz)




Don't Sneeze On The Pumpkin Pie

11-25-2019

A discussion on approaching the family perception about cancer. And with it being the holiday season, a short musical ditty on the scare of the compromised immune system. Also, a talk with our friend Randy and how Olivia Newton John came to his rescue.

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Filetype: MP3 - Size: 59.1MB - Duration: 32:17 m (256 kbps 44100 Hz)




The Bone Marrow Biopsy song

11-05-2019

On our first episode of The Cancer Talk, we’ll be speaking with Laura, who works for Health Care Now, interviewing Lois, a dear friend and the hear the comical musical number - The Bone Marrow Biopsy.

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Filetype: MP3 - Size: 34.7MB - Duration: 25:16 m (192 kbps 44100 Hz)




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When you’re diagnosed with a condition like multiple myeloma, it’s important that you be an advocate for your care. Here are some things you can do to help ensure the best possible outcome for you:

  1. Find the right treatment center and the right doctor.
  2. Get the right diagnostic tests, and have your genome sequenced.
  3. Work with your doctor to determine the right treatment plan, including any clinical trials.
  4. Share your data with communities and registries to help advance multiple myeloma research.