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David Peck | Anastasia Phillips talks about her new film "Tammy's Always Dying," focusing on mental health issues, families, and why she never judges a character she plays on film.
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David Peck | Dr. Mazen Kamen of the Kamen Brain Tumour Foundation talks about the complexity of the brain, emotions and research to improve treatment and survival.
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Ed Finn | As long as cancers are profitable and health unprofitable, prevention will be neglected, confined mainly to advising patients not to smoke or gain weight while they continue to be assailed by toxins.
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Penney Kome | Cancer-prevention month whispers, not shouts, that liquor causes cancer.
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Ed Finn | The crucial connection between nutrition and wellness isn't emphasized enough by the medical establishment, leaving us to take matters into our own hands.
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| Preliminary study results showed that many everyday foods have traces of this toxic chemical
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Annie Parker - Positivity, Cancer and Social Change
Face2Face | Annie talks candidly about “why she’s not special”, her fight with Cancer, about “we” versus “me”, why she’s so positive and how her life has changed so radically over the past few years.
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David Suzuki | We can and should do more to curb pollution and greenhouse gas emissions, especially as demands from industry and a growing population continue to increase.
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Redeye Collective | The Mikesew Cree and Athabasca Chipewan First Nations live along the Athabaska River, downstream from the Alberta tar sands, a project which affects almost every aspect of their daily lives.
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Redeye Collective | When Chevron bought Texaco in 2001, it inherited its liability for the devastation of Amazon rain forest in the late 1960s. Now Chevron is fighting to avoid paying billions of dollars in damages.
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Jesse McLaren | Rather than blaming a family for their tragedy, we should be collectively working to improve determinants of health, so that we can treat and prevent cancer and stop the cancerous system driving it.
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Susan D'Agostino
Lynn Thompson | Susan D'Agostino charted her personal journey of healing through "what they call" cancer.