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Powering Through Podcast

T​he Powering Through Podcast features live panel conversation on obstacles and challenges faced by people affected by hemophilia, von Willebrand disease, and other bleeding disorders. The nationwide series features members of the bleeding disorders community as well as inspiring friends. Both the live events and the podcast are hosted by community member Patrick James Lynch. Find more Powering Through podcasts by visiting PoweringThrough.org/podcast. Powering Through and The Powering Through Podcast are sponsored by NCHS (National Cornerstone Healthcare Services), a fully-accredited, nationwide pharmacy and home health provider specializing in service to people with hemophilia, other bleeding disorders, and other rare chronic conditions. Learn more about NCHS' history and mission at NCHSwecare.com ​Powering Through and The Powering Through Podcast are produced and hosted by Believe Limited, a digital content, video production, and media distribution house specializing in service to the bleeding disorders community. Learn more at about Believe at BelieveLTD.com Listen and subscribe to The Powering Through Podcast at PoweringThrough.org/podcast, where you'll also find links to watch videos from all Powering Through panels produced to date.
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Mar 5, 2018

In this episode, we give a listen to our Powering Through event held during the Bleeding Disorders Association of Northeastern New York’s Annual Meeting at Six Flags Great Escape Lodge in Queensbury, NY . Our participants were community members Jeff Bostwick (local board member), Chris Huskie (former HH camper and counselor) and Christina Mastrianni (hemo mom) and the host of the Powering Through panel is Patrick James Lynch. Listen to their perspectives on obstacles, challenges, and what it takes to overcome here on this episode of The Powering Through Podcast.

 

NCHS (National Cornerstone Healthcare Services)

http://nchswecare.com

Powering Through Podcast

http://poweringthrough.org/podcast

BloodStream Media

http://bloodstreammedia.com

Double H Ranch

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More info on BelieveLTD:

www.BelieveLTD.com

 

Questions?

rob@believeltd.com

 

Dec 4, 2017

In this episode, we give a listen to our Powering Through event held during Hemophilia of Iowa’s Annual Meeting. Our participants for this were community members Kari Atkinson (parent and former HOI Board President), Brody Nolte (teen athlete with hemophilia), and Chris Bombardier (mountaineer with hemophilia). Listen to their perspectives on obstacles, challenges, and what it takes to overcome here on Episode 11 of The Powering Through Podcast.

 

NCHS (National Cornerstone Healthcare Services)

http://nchswecare.com

Powering Through Podcast

http://poweringthrough.org/podcast

BloodStream Media

http://bloodstreammedia.com

Bombardier Blood (Documentary)

http://bombardierblood.com

 


More info on BelieveLTD:
www.BelieveLTD.com

Questions?
rob@believeltd.com

 



 

Nov 6, 2017

In this episode, we give a listen to our Powering Through event held at the keynote event during the Bleeding Disorders Alliance of Illinois' Family Education Weekend in Naperville, Illinois this Spring. Our participants for this were community members Ann McIntosh (mother of child with VWD), Nichelle Stigger (mother of child with Hemophilia), and Murali Pazhayannur (live with severe hemophilia; born in India without care). Listen to their perspectives on obstacles, challenges, and what it takes to overcome here on Episode 10 of The Powering Through Podcast.

 

NCHS (National Cornerstone Healthcare Services)

http://nchswecare.com

Powering Through Podcast

http://poweringthrough.org/podcast

BloodStream Media

http://bloodstreammedia.com


More info on BelieveLTD:
www.BelieveLTD.com

Questions?
rob@believeltd.com

 

Oct 2, 2017

In this episode, we give a listen to our Powering Through event held on December 1st, 2016 as part of the World AIDS Day ceremony hosted at The National AIDS Memorial Grove in San Francisco, California. Our panel included Carl Weixler, the President of the Committee of Ten Thousand (COTT), Kimberly Haugstad, the President and CEO of the Hemophilia Federation of America (HFA); Val Bias, the CEO of the National Hemophilia Foundation (NHF), and John Cunningham, the Executive Director of the The National AIDS Memorial Grove for a conversation built around the blood contamination crisis- its devastating impact on our community, the wounds it left behind, and how we continue the process of healing. Listen now on Episode 9 of The Powering Through Podcast.

 

The National AIDS Memorial Grove

http://www.aidsmemorial.org/

The Grove’s Hemophilia Memorial Webpage

http://www.aidsmemorial.org/news/hemophilia

National Hemophilia Foundation

https://www.hemophilia.org/

Hemophilia Federation of America

http://www.hemophiliafed.org/

Committee of Ten Thousand

http://www.cott1.org/

 

NCHS (National Cornerstone Healthcare Services)

http://nchswecare.com

Powering Through Podcast

http://poweringthrough.org/podcast

BloodStream Media

http://bloodstreammedia.com


More info on BelieveLTD:
www.BelieveLTD.com

Questions?
rob@believeltd.com

Sep 7, 2017

In this episode, NFL Super Bowl Champion Josh Gordy and DEA agent Justin Mohr (from “DEA Detroit”) share their perspectives on obstacles, challenges, and what it takes to overcome during our Powering Through discussion held at the Texas Bleeding Disorders Conference in August, 2017. The wide-ranging conversation touches on managing the loss of parents, adapting to new environments, handling stigma and negative perception, the importance of setting short and long-term goals, and more, here on Episode 8 of The Powering Through Podcast.

 

The Josh Gordy HOPE Foundation

https://www.facebook.com/JoshGordyHOPE

DEA (TV Show)

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1172988

 

NCHS (National Cornerstone Healthcare Services)

http://nchswecare.com

Powering Through Podcast

http://poweringthrough.org/podcast

BloodStream Media

http://bloodstreammedia.com

More info on BelieveLTD:
www.BelieveLTD.com

Questions?
rob@believeltd.com

Aug 7, 2017

On this episode, four hemophilia treatment center (HTC) hematologists discuss recent trends and updates on topics such as the treatment of women with bleeding disorders, insurance challenges; chronic pain management, aging with hemophilia, the complex challenges of treating a multicultural community, updates on treatment products for patients with inhibitors, the challenge of understanding and tracking quality of life, combatting the challenge of childhood obesity, and more! This Powering Through conversation took place as part of the Hemophilia Foundation of Southern California’s Family Education Day on May 6th 2017.

NCHS (National Cornerstone Healthcare Services)

http://nchswecare.com

Powering Through Podcast

http://poweringthrough.org/podcast

BloodStream Media

http://bloodstreammedia.com

More info on BelieveLTD:
www.BelieveLTD.com

Questions?
rob@believeltd.com

Feb 5, 2017

In this - our first! - episode, we hear excerpts from and commentary on Powering Through SoCal, a free-flowing conversation centered around bleeding disorders in the media and entertainment, originally recorded on January 17th, 2015 in Glendale, California. The panel features podcaster and hemo mom Matti Vann, TIME Magazine writer Joel Stein, blues musician living w/ vWD Patrick Droney, and actor/hemo mom Rebecca Berenson. The Powering Through panel and podcast are hosted by bleeding disorders community member Patrick James Lynch.

To see photos & video from Powering Through SoCal, visit PoweringThrough.org/socal.

Learn more about NCHS and their services by visiting NCHSwecare.com. You can also follow NCHS on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, or YouTube.

Find more podcasts for the bleeding disorders community from BloodStream Media by visiting BloodStreamMedia.com.

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