Jeff Ten Broeck was just an infant when he was diagnosed with atopic dermatitis, commonly known as eczema. In this interview, he talks about the struggles of being a child with a visible skin condition, the challenges of being a teen and navigating dating, and how he has learned to cope with the emotional aspects.
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Leslie “Wren” Vandever has lived with rheumatoid arthritis (RA) for over 30 years. On this episode of the Living With podcast, Wren shares what it’s like to live with RA, her experiences of dealing with flares, and how she’s found ways to keep hope and positivity alive throughout the tough times.
Hannah Noonan, an advocate on IrritableBowelSyndrome.net, not only brings a holistic approach to her work as a nutritionist, she also has personally experienced irritable bowel syndrome (IBS).
After being diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease at age 23, Karl and his wife Angela talk about how laughter and the complementary approach of Reiki have helped them both in dealing with the challenges of living with PD.
Advocate Marisa Lauren Troy shares the important life lessons she’s learned by living with inflammatory bowel disease and how she uses her experiences to support and help others living with the condition in this episode of the podcast Living With.
Rick Nash shares his incredible Hep C story, from his diagnosis at age 12, through multiple treatments, and a liver transplant.
LB Herbert not only works for Health Union, she has personal connections with two of our communities: Psoriatic-Arthritis.com and SkinCancer.net. In this week’s episode of the Living With podcast, LB talks about how her personal experiences make her work at Health Union so important.
Paul talks about his experience with bladder cancer, from diagnosis and treatment to how his mindset has shifted, and he discusses how he’s come to terms with his new normal in the latest episode of Living With.
Ronni Gordon shares about the treatment she endured for acute myeloid leukemia (AML).
Lorene, an advocate for Asthma.net, talks about her struggles and how she now uses her experiences to help others with asthma.
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