Happy Wednesday! 🌞 I apologize in advance for the length of this post, but there are 3 things I want to share with you! 🙈 I numbered and bolded them to make them easier to pick out...
1) Last night I did a presentation on the HHV-6 virus and you can watch the recording here:
A couple days ago I began researching HHV-6 and autoimmune disease first then noticed a connection between HHV-6 and cancer and wanted to learn more. There is a correlation between the virus and cancer as most tumor cells (as far as I found in my research) contains the virus, but it isn't necessarily a causal relationship as both may occur independent of the other and/or result from a compromised immune system. However, there are other viruses that do have a strong effect on the development of cancer, especially when multiple viruses are involved. I had a couple slides on that but I saved some room for more on that another time. 😉
If you'd like to see or download the PowerPoint Slides I used they're here above (linked to the photo) on my website/blog post. 👆
2) Secondly! You've probably already seen it (because I'm not as fast as others 😄) but Dr. Kelly Turner and Hay House have created a docuseries on Dr. Turner's Radical Remission research which will be airing beginning March 16th at 7pm Eastern! Just like Chris Wark's Square One modules and TTAC's docuseries', the episodes of Radical Remission will air for free one at a time each day for ten days. This is a warm-up for the release of Dr. Turner's next book called Radical Hope on April 21st! You can pre-order her book here, if you'd like: https://radicalremission.com/pre-order-radical-hope/ Dr. Turner hopes (and I pray) that the docu-series will get picked up by Netflix - if you'd like you can pray for that too!! 😊
You also might recognize someone in both the book and the docuseries'. 😂🙃🙈🙇♀️
Here's the link to see the trailer and sign up to watch!
3) Thirdly! I never told you I had a great time at the Ulman Foundation's Blue Jeans and Bow Ties Ball two weekends ago! I got to meet several of the sweet people who work or volunteer for the Ulman Foundation and see at least a little bit of how they impact the Baltimore young adult community with the Ulman House, providing free housing for people getting treatment at a local cancer hospital. During the dinner one young woman shared about her experience at the house and it was touching to hear how her life was affected by it!
Funny enough, one of the Ulman Foundation staff grew up in a town about 15 minutes from my house and I might actually see her again this weekend as she visits her parents! 😁 I also got to meet Brock, the CEO, and I hope to have the chance to see them all again soon to share some hope for healing and restoration with the young adults they serve! I'll keep you updated how things go with that. 💓
Have a beautiful day, Friend! 😊
You are very loved. 💜
Jeremiah 31:3 The Lord appeared to him from afar, saying, “I have loved you with an everlasting love; Therefore I have drawn you with lovingkindness.
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