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www. BlueCure. com Prostate Cancer advocate Gabe Canales interviewed by NBC 16. Eugene, Oregon From Gabe Canales – HUFFINGTON POST Prostate Cancer Prevention Begins When Men Are Boys by Gabe Canales http Fight Prostate Cancer With Meatless Monday by Gabe Canales www. huffingtonpost. com Part II – Why Men Should Consider an Integrative Approach to Prostate Cancer by Gabe Canales www. huffingtonpost. com Part I – Why Men Should Consider an Integrative Approach to Prostate Cancer by Gabe Canales www. huffingtonpost. com CyberKnife? 5 Questions on Prostate Cancer With Dr. Jonathan Haas by Gabe Canales www. huffingtonpost. com ‘Celts for Blue Cure’ to Fight Prostate Cancer — Will Other Schools Follow? by Gabe Canales www. huffingtonpost. com Presidential Politics and ‘The War on Cancer’ by Gabe Canales www. huffingtonpost. com Why You Should ‘Go Blue!’ to Fight Prostate Cancer by Gabe Canales www. huffingtonpost. com An Open Letter to the NFL: Why We Can’t Neglect Prostate Cancer by Gabe Canales www. huffingtonpost. com Prostate Cancer: Not Just an Old Man’s Cancer by Gabe Canales www. huffingtonpost. com more links at www. BlueCure. org
Put in simple terms harm reduction is meeting people where they are at. In the homeless service’s space harm reduction also means being sober is not a requirement for services such as housing. My recent visit with Donny in Calgary [bit. ly is a near text book example. Donny was drinking and using on the streets for over 20 years, but when he got into housing and was given some dignity Donny got sober all on his own. But Donny was also lucky. He never really got into very hard drugs, so it was easier for him to get sober. Often this is hard for ‘normal’ people to understand but there is a point where drugs take over a persons life. They lose all reason and self-worth. Their whole existence revolves around getting another fix. Often this path takes a person down an unthinkable path of self-destruction. People end up doing things to survive that are horrible. HIV , Hepatitis C, and drug related deaths become a very serious public safety issue for all of us. One story I heard from a few different people is addicts using puddles of urine to “fix” their heroin. The thought makes me cringe, but I know what drugs did to me when I was heavily addicted. I needed drugs more than I needed air and would do anything to get them. My second city in Canada was Vancouver and I spent a day in Vancouver’s Downtown East side. [bit. ly have always wanted to visit a “wet shelter” (a shelter that provides alcohol) to see for myself. I call myself a ‘liberal redneck’ so although I do lean towards a . . .
Ted Williams interview Ted Williams, Interview the New Year’s first viral video star, could go from homeless to rich as job offers pour in. NBACOMHD CBS NEWS hump like bunies TED WILLIAMS, a homeless man and former radio announcer whose life was derailed by alcoholism and drug addiction, is being tipped to become a millionaire after his ‘golden voice’ was captured on film whilst he begged at the side of the road, reports the UK’s Daily Mail. In a clip that has become an overnight YouTube sensation, Williams is filmed by a cameraman for the Columbus Dispatch newspaper demonstrating his unique gift. As the cameraman approaches the junction on Houston Street, Columbus, Williams can be seen dressed in shabby clothes holding a cardboard sign that reads, ‘I have a God given gift of voice. I’m an ex-radio announcer who has fallen on hard times. Please! Any help will be gratefully appreciated. Thank you and God bless you. Happy Holidays’. Cameraman Doral Chenoweth pulls up beside Williams and asks him to “work for his buck”, before the homeless man delivers an off-the-cuff radio voiceover jingle which is taking the Internet by storm. It has been reported that Williams has since been inundated with offers to work for the likes of MTV, NFL and ESPN. In a road-side interview that accompanies the footage, Williams speaks about his ‘gift’, saying, “When I was 14 I listened to one of our local area radio announcers and I went on a field trip to meet the guy, and he looked nothing like . . .
Dr. Francisco Contreras, renowned Oncologist and Surgeon at Oasis of Hope Hospital, discusses beating cancer on Daystar. Dr. Contreras, a pioneer in alternative cancer treatment, talks about how the same things that can be utilized for cancer prevention, can be used for cancer treatment and for managing and controlling cancer. Dr. Contreras new book, “Beating Cancer: 20 Natural, Spiritual & Medical Remedies”, describes a core philosophy of Oasis of Hope, combining convention cancer therapies with alternative cancer treatments to help patients live longer and better. To learn more about alternative cancer treatments at Oasis of Hope, or to request a free consultation visit www. oasisofhope. com