Hay House Radical Remission Summit Daily Event Calendar and Speaker Lineup
Wednesday, March 25th, 2020-Day 10: Embracing Social Love and Support
EPISODE SUMMARY: Embracing Love and Support
As humans, we depend on each other for survival. In this episode, you’ll see this truth come to life in two amazing stories of individuals who opened themselves to the love and support of others. This connection empowered a one-year-old baby and a single woman in her 60’sto overcome their aggressive cancers in order to create vibrant, healthy futures.
MEET TODAY’S SURVIVORS OF TERMINAL ILLNESS
DAY 10 OF THE RADICAL REMISSION SUMMIT 2020: Embracing social love and support.
Survivor of: Stage 4 Neuroblastoma
Description: Ryder Sternagel was only 11 months old when his doctors diagnosed him with stage four neuroblastoma, a form of cancer. After deciding to take an integrative approach with his healing, Ryder’s parents discovered that many of their friends, family, and doctors were not supportive of their choice. So, they created a Facebook group and—encouraged by the love and support of strangers—found the confidence, resources,and comfort they needed to fuel their son’s recovery. Today, Ryder is cancer free and approaching his seventh birthday.
Survivor of: Stage 3 Liver Cancer
Description: Adjunct professor Kathryn Alexander was in her early 60s, had no health insurance, was divorced, and had just lost her son to suicide—when she was diagnosed with stage three liver cancer. Thankfully, her church community rose up to provide emotional, social, and financial love and support. Still cancer free thirteen years later, she credits her incredible recovery and remission from liver cancer to their selfless assistance.
Day 10 Radical Remission Speaker Lineup of Experts on the Topic of Embracing Love and Support
Best-selling author and founder of the Whole Health Medicine Institute, Lissa Rankin, M.D., S.F.’s latest non-profit brings sacred medicine to all.
Lissa Rankin, M.D., is a New YorkTimes best-selling author, physician, speaker, healer, activist, and mystic. In 2012, Lissa founded the Whole Health Medicine Institute, almost a “medical school 2.0”, where she and a team of luminary faculty,trainhealth care providers about“Whole Health”. Lissa has been featuredin multiple television specialsand has given several highly watched TEDxtalks. Her latest project is non-profit work committed to bringing Sacred Medicine to all.
Join Lissa as she shares her insights into the significance of embracing love and support during a (seemingly) terminal illness prognosis.
Co-founder of C.R.E.A.T.E, free-spirit Kristin Hanggi is also a successful director, writer, and producer.
Spiritual teacher Kristin Hanggico-founded C.R.E.A.T.E with meditation teacher Natalie Roy. Together, they are dedicated to “Awakening the rebellious and audacious artist in each of us.” The C.R.E.A.T.E courses are designed to celebrate dreams and purpose, as a community. In theme with her love of creativity, Kristin has made a name for herself directing and developing the musical Rock of Ages,which received fiveTony Award nominations.
Join Kristin as she shares her wisdom and insights into embracing social love and support during a health crisis.
Spiritual teacherand actress, Natalie Roy, co-founded C.R.E.A.T.E and specializes in blending mindfulness with the creative process.
Natalie Roy is an actress, author, spiritual coach, and 500-hour certified yoga and meditation teacher. Natalie brings the practices and techniques of meditation, mindfulness, and “learned optimism” to the artistic process, helping creatives,and actors use positive psychology in all situations, including rehearsals. She is known for creating The Activated Actor acting technique and co-founding C.R.E.A.T.E with her best friend Kristin Hanggi, a project, which brings out the artistic rebel in everyone.
Once a clinical fellow at Harvard Medical School, Dean Ornish, M.D., is the founder and President of the non-profit Preventive Medicine Research Institute.
Dean Ornish, M.D., studied at the Baylor College of Medicine and was a clinical fellow in medicine at Harvard Medical School. For over 35 years, he has directed clinical research through PMRI (Preventive Medicine Research Institute), demonstrating that lifestyle changes may begin to reverse severe coronary heart disease without drugs or surgery and that the same could be true for many diseases. His findings have been published by leading peer-reviewed scientific journals and textbooks.
Dr. Ornish will share his research and insights into the role that embracing love and support while dealing with a serious, possibly terminal illness, plays in radical remission.
Published author and Distinguished Professor in Clinical Cancer Prevention, Lorenzo Cohen, Ph.D., leads a team of integrative medicine practices.
Lorenzo Cohen, Ph.D., is the Richard E. Haynes Distinguished Professor in Clinical Cancer Prevention, Distinguished Clinical Professor at Fudan University Cancer Hospital, Shanghai, China,and the Director of the Integrative Medicine Program at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center. He is a founding member and past president of the International Society for Integrative Oncology. Currently,Dr. Cohen leads a team delivering clinical care andintegrative medicine practices.
Visit his website at AntiCancerLiving.com
Join Lorenzo as he shares his insights into the role that embracing social love and support play in the remission from terminal illnesses.
After beating stage three colon cancer without chemo, Chris Wark is on a mission to help people heal disease with natural therapies.
Around Christmas of 2003, Chris Wark was 26 years old and facing a stage three colon cancer diagnosis. Though the oncologist called him “insane,” Chris opted out of chemotherapy after his tumor removal –despite knowing the cancer had spread to his lymph nodes –and instead healed his body by radically transforming his daily diet and lifestyle. Today, as asought-after speaker and blogger, Chris spreads his discoveries to everyone touched by or trying to prevent cancer and other ailments.
Join Chris as he shares his experience embracing love and support from people in his community while dealing with stage three colon cancer.
HOST of the Radical Remission Summit 2020
Kelly Turner, PhD
A Harvard-trained researcher, Kelly Turner, Ph.D. is the author of the New York Times bestseller Radical Remission: Surviving Cancer Against All Odds and the highly anticipated Radical Hope: 10 Healing Factors from Exceptional Survivors of Cancer & Other Diseases (March 2020).
Kelly partnered with Hay House to develop this 10-episode docuseries featuring many of the survivors from her books. Each episode addresses one of the 10 healing factors she discovered while analyzing over 1,500 cases of radical remissions from cancer.
This docuseries will share those survivor and radical remission from cancer and terminal illness stories and the healing approaches they used after receiving their terminal diagnoses.
The event begins on March 16th 2020–but you can register here now!