My Cancer talk I gave at the Kaikoura Health day.

Here is a recording I made of my talk – just the mp3 Audio (52 minutes).

Here is a pdf of my TedTalk- Cancer_Story I made as a powerpoint presentation to accompany the talk.

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Seems like I might be a cancer survivor. Thinking about the systemic incentives within the world we find ourselves in, and how we might adjust them to provide an environment that supports everyone (no exceptions) - see
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  3. BillS says:

    I am liking everything you have to say on Melanoma. Recently diagnosed Stage 3 B. Had a complete right Axillary Lymphnode dissection Feb 20th 2020. Also had a ressection of the two areas where my Melanoma was (right flank and a smaller one right arm). My my node count was one over 38 with disease. I am almost recovered from all this and should start Keytruda later this month (May 20th – this was postponed because I wanted to get approval for a smaller dose based on my weight and not the generic 200mg/3 weeks as suggested for adults). I too am a believer in vit C. … and healthier life styles. … your previous page where you took us through “the story” was an inspiration. Thanks you and hope you are still well. 😉

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