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Free Early Cancer Detection and Prevention Service - Curenav Founder Crystal Christmas! :)


Here is the interview with the Curenav founder, Crystal Christmas, available for you to watch on YouTube!! ๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ™๐ŸŽ‰ (I also figured out how to make the video quality better for the next interview coming up this Tuesday! ๐Ÿ˜‰๐Ÿ˜) Crystal spent a ton of time with us explaining her story of how Curenav came to be after her husband's death and how Curenav is geared specifically toward helping people with a history of cancer monitor their progress. Curenav helps people who are focusing on prevention as well, so whether or not you have had cancer, if you want to closely track your health then Curenav's free services are for you!! ๐Ÿ˜Š I told Crystal in this interview, and I believe this to be true, that everyone should in the world should sign up with them!!

Curenav helps with navigating the health journey and fills in the gaps where the medical system falls short, as doctors collect records but they're usually fragmented and incomplete and no one is doing this on the patient level. If Crystal had the wisdom she has today of how to identify and pay attention to trends and access to Curenav about 8 years ago, she believes without a doubt that her husband would still be here today. I also believe that he would be. โค Don't let anything get in the way of using her services if you will use them!!

I also have a Podcast now and you can listen to the interview here on Spotify!! ๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ‘ Please share it with those who you think would benefit.

https://open.spotify.com/show/2oDywBUG53Fcd9laV13lE1?si=ZSGbQHJRRVqsWCRQEU1Tmw

Show Notes Crystal Christmas 7/7/20 (You may find it beneficial to search for key terms or skim for highlights by looking at the time stamps with an "*.")

0:40 How Curenav came to be? A) They assist cancer patients in the battle, in remission and other patients w/other chronic conditions, even those looking for preventionโ€ฆ navigate their health journey to make it less stressful. At some point in near future, theyโ€™re expecting to go into clinical trial using the data they collect.

1:42 Her husband William โ€“ diagnosed with stage 4 esophageal cancer at 53 years old; his prognosis was 6 months. She quit her job to do all she could for this.

2:26 Couldnโ€™t get the answers they needed from medical professionals; wanted formula for success; wanted to know what do we know/not know so we can ask better questions. William was doing well, had high quality of life, yet the 5 year survival rate of his cancer was 3%.

3:26 Applied principles of business to cancer โ€“ go in do deep dive โ€“ whatโ€™s wrong? Hire the right vendors, look at all different angles and turn it around. This brought