Interview with Lois Geller and Paula Lovell
Over 40,000 women die from breast cancer every year. These ladies have at least three things in common: they are all breast cancer survivors, they are alive today largely because they were diagnosed early, and they're all members of Jim's Brain Trust, . Listen as they talk about how they were diagnosed, how they handled the news, the treatment and their professional lives, and how they feel about being a survivor. The stories are powerful demonstrations of courage and survival.
More interviews with Lois Geller
It's never too early to get screened for breast cancer. Judith Glaser, Joan Pryde, and Lois Geller, all breast cancer survivors, join Jim Blasingame to encourage early screening for this disease.
Do you have a family history of cancer? Judith Glaser, Joan Pryde, and Lois Geller, all breast cancer survivors, join Jim Blasingame to discuss their family history and genetic predisposition for having cancer.
Breast cancer survivors tell their stories. Judith Glaser, Joan Pryde, and Lois Geller, all breast cancer survivors, join Jim Blasingame to tell their stories of diagnosis, treatment and survival.
Demonstrating values online is a great small business advantage. Lois Geller joins Jim Blasingame to reveal why and how small businesses can demonstrate their values in their online presence in a way that no big business can.
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