Host Elenor Bobrow  discusses what happens when someone is confronted with a diagnosis of cancer. Elenor's guest tonight Clinical Social Worker and Marriage & Family Therapist, Israela Meyerstein, who speaks about her journey through her cancer diagnosis, treatment, and survival.

Meyerstein's latest book, Bridge to Healing: Finding Strength to Cope with Illness, details the lessons she learned including utilizing practical and spiritual methods when faced with a cancer diagnosis.

Rick Boulay, M.D., Chief of Lehigh Valley Hospital's Division of Gynecologic Oncology, joins host John Pearce in the studio to discuss stories of cancer survivors -- reasons to give thanks this Thanksgiving.  

(Original air-date 11/27/2014)

Dr. Susan Silberstein on Take Charge of Your Life

Jul 11, 2014

Eleanor Bobrow speaks with Dr. Susan Silberstein, PhD, the founder and President of They discuss how to cope with and beat cancer through diet, life-style, and other immune-boosting approaches.

Host Eleanor Bobrow talks with Dr. Ric A. Baxter and Dr. Tricia A. Kelly, both from St. Luke’s about cancer. Once given the diagnosis, what are your options for treatment? 

Author Randi Rentz on Take Charge of Your Life

Sep 11, 2012

Host Eleanor Bobrow talks with Randi Rentz, author of Why Buy a Wig When You Can Buy Diamonds.  The book chronicles how a young woman in her 40s, brimming with life, discovers she has breast cancer.  They discuss her journey though "Cancerville" and her efforts to advocate for herself, with humor, dignity, bravery and passion.