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This is the first installment of a blog by Brandi Chase called Lymphoblaster. It is an online chronicle through Leukemia. Living in Australia with her husband, film composer Randin Graves, Brandi, grieving the loss of her father 2 months prior, began to feel ill. On a trip home to Utah in the United States to visit family, she went to a hospital to see if she might be anemic. She learned instead that she had cancer. Brandi was admitted the same day. In this video to her family and friends, she talks about how it all began. Sometimes tragic, but always life-affirming, Brandi’s shares candidly her experiences. Filled with a sense of grace and humor throughout, she inspires. You can find new installments here each week.
COMING UP…Yikes…Dan is away so comedian Lynn Ruth Miller sits in with nurse Casey and from there…we’re not sure what happens!
These days it seems like everything can be a musical, Menopause The Musical, Rocker Chics The Musical, Book Of Morman The Musical, Foreclosure The Musical. Well look out because here comes Assisted Living The Musical. That’s right and we talk to the creators of the show Rick Compton and Betsy Bennett. Assisted Living is the show that asks the question…the question…what was the question? Rick and Betsy opened the show this week in San Francisco. Check it out at www.assistedlivingthemusical.com.
Why are nurses marching on Wall Street? Isn’t that a bit far from a hospital?
Casey talks with our friend RN and human rights activist DeAnn McEwen. DeAnn just returned (to her home in Southern California) from a trip to NYC where she was joined by hundreds of other nurses and others in a rally on Wall Street. The message was simple, Wall Street—pay your fair share! It’s not radical…it is a simple 1/2 penny transaction tax. That alone would raise an estimated 38 billion dollars….that’s with a B! Read more…
Rick Compton and Betsy Bennett on ASSISTED LIVING The Musical, DeAnn McEwen on Tax Wall Street and Wayne Cook on Colon Cancer | July 2-3, 2011 | Show 414
Rick Compton and Betsy Bennett, creators of Assisted Living The Musical, join us to discuss the opening of their show in San Francisco. Check it out at www.assistedlivingthemusical.com.
Casey also interviews DeAnn McEwen, who joined hundreds of other nurses in a rally to tell Wall Street pay its share! A proposed 1/2 penny transaction tax would raise an estimated 38 billion dollars….that’s with a B! www.nationalnursesunited.org.
And later we visit with Wayne Cooke, author of On The Far Side Of The Curve. Wayne is eight years away from his colon cancer diagnosis and gives a very down to earth account of his journey.