Monica Merryman speaks with Sandra Siepak about the Cancer Support Community.
Ed Knighton speaks with George Alger about his journey surviving melanoma, which is a type of skin cancer. Knighton also speaks of his experience with traditional and alternative cancer treatments.
Tracy Niizawa and Guy Niizawa speak with Sandra Siepak about their nonprofit, Love Evan. One of the services the group provides is supplying cancer patients, caregivers and their families with gift cards as a simple gesture of support.
Rachel Shur, founder of the nonprofit, the United Cancer Advocacy Action Network (UCAAN), speaks with Bob Taylor about helping those who have cancer. UCAAN helps anyone, any age with any form of cancer, nationwide.
Eric Knight and John Cortes speak with Sandra Siepak about the America Cancer Society and local benefits.
Lindsey Leonard and Shelby Thomas discuss the Teddy Bear Cancer Foundation with Our Ventura TV host, Sandra Siepak.
Benay Cain speaks with Bob Taylor about the American Cancer Society Relay for Life.
Two-time cancer survivor, Rachel Shur (originally diagnosed with terminal leukemia), discusses her attitude about cancer and the founding of the United Cancer Advocacy Action Network (ucaan.org), which she established in 2009.
Lani Williams is a registered nurse, a licensed esthetician and has a specialty certification in oncology esthetics. In this interview with Our Ventura TV host, George Alger, Williams describes oncology esthetics and its benefits.
Pastor Darryl Dunn speaks with Our Ventura TV host, George Alger, about his ongoing and long-term battle with cancer. Dunn has been contending with blood cancer for over a decade. Prior to the blood cancer, he successfully overcame a five