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Don't Be Dense About Dense Breasts

The Debbie Nigro Show

Release Date: 05/25/2022

Aimee Hofmann paralyzed at 30 by a horrible disease, uses her wheelchair and paintbrushes to create amazing works of art. show art Aimee Hofmann paralyzed at 30 by a horrible disease, uses her wheelchair and paintbrushes to create amazing works of art.

The Debbie Nigro Show

Needless to say Aimee Hofmann is an INSPIRATION to many!   At 30, she suffered from the neurological condition, Transverse Myelitis, an inflammation in the spinal cord that caused complete paralysis from level T10 of the spine. After learning she would never walk again, art gave her peace during the difficult stages of loss, grief, self-reflection, and re-discovery. Art helped her emotionally heal, as well as find joy again.   Throughout the years that followed, while facing a new life with a disability, Aimee created a number of collections. Her works featured...

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I love gritty and gutsy women who make it in business against all odds. I am one, and so I am always drawn to the same.    We all have stuff. We all have crap. We all have horrific things that happen to us emotionally and financially that make us think, how the hell am I ever getting out of this? Often you don't even know where to begin.   Sometimes just listening to someone else’s story lends a clue. Especially when it’s a real-life lesson in resilience and survival. This story I’m about to share is very powerful. Because it’s about the power of believing in...

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A stolen password can be all it takes for hackers to disrupt a life, a business, or the world.    The safeguarding of our identity has never been more critical. Constantly evolving AI-enabled DEEPFAKES are now creating enormous security and safety challenges.   Enter iVALT, a revolutionary game-changer in cyber security.   iVALT Founder & CEO Baldev Krishan Ph.D. joined me to talk about their groundbreaking solution. He is a 2X Nominated “Entrepreneur of the Year” in Silicon Valley with 20 patents.   Fixing the Weakest Link.   Over $170B was...

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 TJ Hills, the renowned author of "Sex, Drugs, Babies and Breast Cancer’.  joined me in the studio for a lively and very enlightening conversation to delve into the pivotal topic of estrogen, genetic testing, and its profound impact on women's health.   She’s passionate about educating women about estrogen exposures and genetic nutritional tools in cancer prevention. Her message is universal as cancer touches the lives of many.   Sharing Wisdom from Her Own Personal Experiences   TJ shared her journey from a bustling Wall Street career to confronting breast...

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I’ve been focusing on people who make the world a more beautiful place this week. People who through their work, their ethics, their integrity, their talent, their genius just makes it happier for the rest of us.   Charles Fazzino has been called one of the most famous pop artists in the world.   I've been a huge fan of his style of pop art since the minute I first saw it in a window decades ago in New York City. I would stand there and stare in the window amazed at every little intricate pop-up thing he thought of to make a piece come to life. Often because I was in NYC it would...

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I can’t get enough of my friend Alvin Clayton. He is bursting with talent and great energy, and I think he makes the world a more beautiful place through all he does and especially through his art through which he tries to speak to people’s humanity.  Recently I felt compelled to introduce Alvin to as many people as possible who may not know about him just to be able to see the amazing art he creates. Famous people collect his stuff. People like Robert De Niro and Denzel Washington and Halle Berry just to name a few. Alvin has a fabulous restaurant in New Rochelle, NY called...

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I'm All About Innovation and Innovators So I Love This Story. In his new book “Clean Economy Now: Stories from the Front Lines of an American Business Revolution" Bob Keefe the Executive Director of E2 a national nonpartisan business group of 10,000 business leaders which has been around for 25 years, describes his recent travels across the country.    He wanted to witness first-hand all the clean energy projects in motion because of the significant private sector investment and job creation that’s happened incredibly fast over the past 20 months since The Inflation Reduction...

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Did you know nearly half of all women aged 40+ who have mammograms are told they have dense breasts? What's a gal supposed to do with that information?  Pay more attention to her breast health for one.

Many women have no clue that having dense breasts can increase their risk of breast cancer.

Dense breasts can also make cancer more difficult to detect on a mammogram, leading to missed or underdiagnosed cancers, which can contribute to breast cancer mortality. 

Bayer Radiology released new survey results that uncovered gaps in knowledge among women with dense breasts, pointing to a greater need for education on this important women’s health topic.

Joining me in this short but important podcast to help educate you are Dr. Pamela Habib; Head of US Medical Affairs, Bayer Radiology and Dr. David Schacht; Breast Radiologist at Northwestern’s Lynne Sage Breast Center at Prentice Women's Hospital.

This is important information for women over 40. Please share it.

PERSONAL NOTE: I'm a Breast Cancer survivor who had dense breasts. I felt a lump and my first stop in my long journey was a radiologist who found the cancer. I'm grateful to still be here so I can educate others.