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US-China Medical Conference in Suzhou, China

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US-China Medical Conference in Suzhou, China

2nd Annual US-China Medical Conference

Suzhou, China, April 21-22, 2018

Mission Statement
Saving lives and improving the quality of life by fostering collaborative efforts

between US and China.


A community of organizations working together in Medicine, Health and Innovation to  improve the overall wellbeing of the population.

Event Information 

DPR Consulting successfully co-hosted the 1st Annual US-China Medical Conference with Seattle Cancer Care Alliance (SCCA) and First Teaching Hospital of Tianjin University of Traditional Chinese Medicine in April 2017.  We welcomed 300 attendees including physicians, medical researchers, hospital administrators and healthcare officials.  Their raving review has encouraged us to continue with our mission in medical collaboration.  For the report on our past event, please see https://mp.weixin.qq.com/s/uwkwA9H3xBSJdJ1sRqqabQ

in Chinese. Conference agenda for April 2018 is attached in Addendum.

As hosts, we welcome businesses to go through an application process to introduce their products and services to Chinese medical community and connect with world-leading researchers, industry experts and policy makers. We have a limited number of spaces for sponsors and exhibitors and will make an effort to highlight different organizations each year, acknowledging that those selected will represent a fraction of the number of outstanding organizations available.

We welcome organizations that offer the following products and services:

⦁ Pharmaceutical and Therapeutics
⦁ Medical Device, Equipment and Consumables
⦁ Over the counter medical supplies
⦁ Healthy lifestyle related products and services
⦁ Innovation promoting medicine and Health

Exhibit Location

Marriott Courtyard Suzhou,

No 188 Xinghai Street, Suzhou Industrial Park Suzhou, Jiangsu 215021

Telephone: 86  512  67066666

Exhibit Hall Hours

April 21 to 22, 2018 from 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m

Booth Set up – 1-5pm on April 20, 2018

Booth Tear down – 4-6pm on April 21, 2018


Presenting Sponsor (Platinum) 
⦁ See sponsorship description
Gold Sponsor 
⦁ See sponsorship description
Silver Sponsor 

⦁ See sponsorship description

Grant Available to Oregon businesses
Business Oregon offers funding up to $10,000 for companies attending this event.  For application process, please see http://www.oregon4biz.com/Global-Connections/Export-Promotion/.

Grant Available to Washington businesses
Please check out the program offered by Washington State Department of Commerce, http://www.commerce.wa.gov/growing-the-economy/business-loans/export-voucher-program/

Please see the attached.

2018 Sponsors and Exhibitors – Suzhou Registration form.docx

Addemdum – Conference Agenda

April, 21-22, 2018

Speakers from US:

Jennie Crews, MD, Medical Director of SCCA, Associate Clinical Professor of University of Washington School of Medicine (UW)
V.K. Gadi, MD, PhD  – Breast Cancer, Associate Clinical Professor of UW, US patent holder and lead investigator of clinical trials
Raymond Yeung, MD – Liver Tumor Surgeon, Professor of UW, founder of Liver Tumor Clinic at University of Washington Medical Center (UWMC)
Wui-Jin Koh, MD – Radiology Oncology, Professor of UW, Medical Director for Radiation Oncology of SCCA
Laura Chow, MD – Lung Cancer, Associate Professor of UW, Associate Director of Phase 1 Clinical Trials Program
William Harris, MD – GI Cancer, Associate Professor of UW
Four renowned Chinese physicians and researcher will also participate.

Conference Agenda:
Saturday, April 21, 2018

Time Topic Speaker
7:30 a.m. Registration
8:00 a.m. – 8:20 a.m. Welcome and Announcements TBD
8:20 a.m. – 8:30 a.m. Overview of Suzhou Municipal Hospital President Min Huang
8:30 a.m. – 8:40 a.m. Overview of Seattle Cancer Care Alliance Dr. Jennie Crews
8:40 a.m. –9:25 a.m Multidisciplinary approach to adjuvant treatment in Breast Cancer Dr. VK Gadi
9:25 a.m. –10:10 a.m. Multidisciplinary approach to metastatic-specific treatment in Breast Cancer Dr. VK Gadi
10:10 a.m.– 10:40 a.m. Breast Cancer Treatment in China
10:40 a.m.– 11:20 a.m. Updates on Women’s Cancer in Radiation Oncology Dr. Wui-Jin Koh
11:20 a.m.– 11:50 p.m. Technology Update in Radiation Oncology Dr. Wui-Jin Koh
11:50 p.m.– 12:20 p.m. Radiation oncology practice in China
12:20 p.m.– 1:20 p.m. Lunch/Networking with Exhibitors/Sponsors
1:20 p.m. – 2:20 p.m. Survivorship Program and What it Means for the Patient Dr. Jennie Crews
2:20 p.m. – 3:30 p.m. Mock Tumor Board/Patient Care Conference: Breast Cancer Facilitator:  Dr. Jennie Crews
Participants: Dr. Gadi, Dr. Koh, Dr. Crews and MDs from Suzhou
3:30 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. Added time for Tumor Board Q&A
4:00 p.m. – 4:30 p.m. Importance of collaboration of all aspects of medicine, health & innovation
Dr. Jennie Crews

April 22, 2018

Time Topic Speaker
7:30 a.m. Registration
8:00 a.m.– 9:00 a.m. GI Cancers: Liver Dr. William Harris and Dr. Raymond Yeung
9:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m. GI Cancers:  Stomach Dr. William Harris and Dr. Raymond Yeung
10:00 a.m. – 10:30 a.m. GI Cancer Treatment in China
10:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. GI Cancers:  Pancreas Dr. William Harris and Dr. Raymond Yeung
11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. Lunch/Networking with Exhibitors/Sponsors
12:30 p.m. – 1:15  p.m. Lung Cancer : Immunotherapy and Targeted Therapy Dr. Laura Chow
1:15 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. Lung Cancer:  Prevention and Screening Dr. Laura Chow
2:00 p.m. – 2:30 p.m. Lung Cancer Treatment in China
2:30 p.m.- 3:30 p.m. Mock Tumor Board/Patient Care Conference: Lung and GI cancer Facilitator:  Dr. Jennie Crews
Dr. Chow, Dr. Harris, Dr. Yeung and MDs from Suzhou
3:30 p.m.- 4:00 p.m. Extended time for Tumor Board Q&A
4:00 p.m. – 4:30 p.m. Closing Remarks on Medicine, Health and Innovation Dr. Jennie Crews & President Huang

Are You Ready? The Information Economy IS Here! By Dr. Kas Henry

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Are You Ready? The Information Economy IS Here! By Dr. Kas Henry

Last week we explored the role of education in shaping the transformational journey needed to compete successfully as a knowledge worker in today’s information economy.  This week, we will delve into what it takes to plan ahead to succeed in careers given the information economy. As the global economy evolves, we need to continue our own evolution to remain relevant if we seek economic empowerment.  Therefore, to sustain ourselves, change is inevitable.  The ability to change and deal with that change is the underpinning of transformation. You may have noticed that this show deals with empowerment as a continued journey of transformation.  Nowhere is this more aptly captured than in the metamorphosis of a caterpillar into a butterfly.


  I can speak from personal experience that change is scary, especially change that grabs you and thrusts you into a totally unplanned and unexpected situation where there is no easy way out.  Such unexpected change showed-up in my life by way of a civil war shattering my expectation of home, family and all that is seen to be save and comforting….  Through no choice of mine, I became a refugee child in my own island nation, Sri Lanka, at the time I was in 8th grade.  I had to work through finishing up my O/Ls (10th Grade in the British system of Education) in my mother-tongue, Tamil, before leaving home, family and country to continue my education in India.


My whole world had changed, including the language I spoke.  I was in Bangalore, India, with no friends, family or anything familiar.  Just like the caterpillar, I had a task ahead…. A task of planning and executing my personal transformation so that when I emerged as a butterfly, at the end of that metamorphosis, I was ready to take flight.  So, I sat in my classes, took notes fanatically in my mother-tongue; using the dictionary and glossary of technical terms translated into English class notes. My daily learning was not limited to the subjects covered in class but the need to think, understand, write and communicate in English after doing all that in a different language up until then.  Was it scary? Certainly!  Did I have a choice? No!

I made strategic choices in my selection of specialization and elected to pursue a triple concentration in Computer Science, Math and Physics because they were subjects that used numbers and logic giving me freedom from language limitations.  This triple major also helped me plan my career options suited for the information economy from the very city that planned to become the seat of global technology, Bangalore. While in Bangalore, I developed the art of building lasting relationships, worked together with my peers for a successful shared journey and built a support system rooted in human kindness.  Bangalore is the city that helped me become the “butterfly” I am today.  To this day, I cherish my friends, extended family and countless caring human beings from various walks of life made my todays possible.

Change is not a threat but an opportunity to seek new possibilities.   Preparing for the information economy jobs in most parts of the world is not as traumatic as mine was but it can be challenging.

Just because the old era jobs no longer exist does not have to stop us from seeking new skills.  We are only limited by our own lack of imagination and tenacity.  Technology is disrupting every industry including Healthcare, Accounting, Finance, Retail, Business, Manufacturing, Communication and even human relationships.  Robotics and Bots are part of our lives and it is time we understood them.  Approaching technology as the enemy is not the prudent way to become empowered.  Embracing it and evolving to effectively utilize it is the pathway to success.




This week, we will engage in an exciting discussion with young professionals who have taken different routes to get to their current role as knowledge workers in the information economy.  Their diverse backgrounds and insights will help the listeners of “Unleash Your Inner Goldilocks: How to Get It Just Right” glean pointers in shaping their own transformational journey.  You will be surprised at the different ways one can pursue career success as long as the passion for pursuing success is alive.  Come join our conversation this Thursday and be a part of embracing the information economy for our shared success!

Bridging Collaboration between Patients and Healthcare Providers to Reduce Hospital-Acquired Infections (HAI’s) By Nancy C. Caralla

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Bridging Collaboration between Patients and Healthcare Providers to Reduce Hospital-Acquired Infections (HAI’s) By Nancy C. Caralla

“C. diff. Spores and More” Global Broadcasting Network
will host a special episode on their live radio program (cdiffradio.com)
airing on Tuesday, January 24, 2017 at 1:00 pm EST featuring world-renowned
infectious disease expert, Dr. Hudson Garrett Jr., Global Chief Clinical Officer for Pentax Medical-Hoya Corporation and Chairperson of the Clinical Education Committee
for the C Diff Foundation.

This special episode, Bridging Collaboration Between Patients and Healthcare Providers to Reduce Hospital-Acquired Infections (HAI’s),  will feature a robust discussion on the patient’s role in preventing healthcare associated infections, an overview of medical device hygiene and infection control, the importance of antibiotic stewardship, and applications of evidence-based infection control measures across the entire healthcare continuum of care.

“Healthcare continues to become more and more complex as the acuity and needs of the patient changes along with the correlating technologies. Patients and Healthcare Providers must work together to mitigate the risk for Healthcare Associated Infections and other adverse events,” says Dr. Garrett.

More Here!

The House Call Returns…With a Modern Twist by Marcia Zidle

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The House Call Returns…With a Modern Twist by Marcia Zidle

When you need medical treatment do you go to a doctor’s office or clinic? Or would you prefer the doctor come to you in your home, office or even hotel? If yes, then imagine applying the best qualities of a service like Lyft or Uber to healthcare… convenience, mobile accessibility, personalized service and price transparency.

Make Health Care Convenient and Affordable for Everyone
My guest on this episode of The Business Edge is Dr Jonathan Clarke telling how his start-up, Mend, is improving the patient experience by delivering on-demand healthcare directly to people where they are. In other words, he and his medical team come to you! Dr Clarke is a board certified in emergency medicine and is a Fellow of the American College of Emergency Physicians. As a decorated veteran, he served in the US Navy for over 14 years, with wartime tours as a physician in Iraq and Afghanistan.

Listen to This Podcast and Learn:
1. Why emotional intelligence is one of the best traits for leadership success;.
2. What it takes to challenge and overcome the status quo – we’ve always done it (health care) this way
3. How he is combining the best practices of patient care with technology resulting in more satisfied customers.
4. The procedures to insure distributed teams are focused on and aligned with the company’s mission and goals
5. How he follows Jim Collin’s advice: Get the right people in the right seats on the bus and the wrong people off.

Take Away: Sometimes You Have to Unlearn What You Learned
The leadership style that served him well in the military – command and control – is not the style that works well with highly skilled employees who work autonomously. And it won’t work with the younger generation. So he now leads by example, by ongoing communication and getting and valuing feedback. That’s why emotional intelligence is so important.

Zika virus – the NEXT scare, Be NOT afraid! by Nicholas St Jon

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Zika virus – the NEXT scare, Be NOT afraid! by Nicholas St Jon

Zika virus is the “new” threat. BTW, they are NEVER gonna stop coming, there will always be something new and threatening, so learn what YOU can do, don’t wait for someone else to protect you.
Quit waiting for someone else to find the solution to the next epidemic or pandemic. I’d love for the CDC to do something, but they have already proven with West Nile and Ebola that they are simply not capable of doing hardly anything.
There’s NOT going to be a vaccine for Zika, after 14 years, almost 1,000 deaths and thousands maimed from WNV, still no vaccine nor is there likely to be one. All of the “authorities” websites say the exact same thing, there is NO treatment, there is NO cure. That’s reassuring!?!
They can simply duplicate those paragraphs when they create the Zika pages because its the same.
Its YOUR health, take charge for there is something you CAN do against ALL viral and bacterial infections like Zika and West Nile.
Occam’s razor says that all things being equal, the best solution to a problem is usually the easiest and simplest.
What is that solution? Its simple, do the opposite of what the “authorities” say makes you vulnerable to these infections in the first place, you’re vulnerable and reduce your chances of recovery if you have a weak or weakened immune system. The overly obvious answer would then be to “strengthen” your immune system, but they really don’t give you much help there.
So fasten your seat belts, here it is, the simplest, easiest, almost unbelievably powerful, most researched nutrient ever but the very foundation of the entire Immune System, fortify your white blood cells with plenty of Sodium Ascorbate. That’s it.
Sodium Ascorbate in significant amounts, like over 3,000 mg per day (not all at once), has shown so effective against all viruses its ridiculous that its been ignored for so long.
Its YOUR health, don’t wait for someone else to protect you, they’re simply not capable fast enough.
Learn more at bit dot ly / out-ahead to find 9 other things that supercharge the Immune System.

Tune in every Tuesday at 3pm PST to The Health Cure Show!


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Host Laura Mineff and guest, Allyson Schwartz will be on VoiceAmerica.com, Variety Channel, November 3 at 10:00am to discuss keeping the promise of medicare for our nation’s seniors

Clevelander Laura Mineff, president of Array Design Studio and host of Dynamic Insights for Your Home Environment on the Variety Channel of VoiceAmerica.com Talk Radio will have Allyson Y. Schwartz, former member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Pennsylvania and now president and CEO of the Better Medicare Alliance (BMA) as her guest on the November 3 show at 10:00am EST.
The Better Medicare Alliance is a non-profit, 501(c)(4) advocacy coalition that brings together Medicare Advantage beneficiaries; health plans, hospital systems, providers, businesses, and advocacy organizations, which support Medicare Advantage. The goal is to promote and sustain the federal policy that enables the option of Medicare Advantage within Medicare.
BMA is a source of information on the experience in Medicare Advantage plans and the payment and delivery of care. Medicare Advantage is the part of Medicare that provides comprehensive, high quality, affordable health care coverage to seniors and people with disabilities. Medicare Advantage plans focus on prevention, coordinated care, chronic care management, and innovations in provider payment models that reward value over volume.
Schwartz will talk about her work to protect and sustain Medicare for seniors today and into the future as well as discuss the importance of home visits under Medicare Advantage plans with improving the health and quality of life for seniors by providing medical examinations in the comfort of their own homes.


About Allyson Y. Schwartz
Allyson Y. Schwartz, a former member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Pennsylvania who served from 2005-2015, is a nationally recognized leader on health care issues. Throughout her professional life she has worked on issues such as affordability, prevention, primary care, coordinated care and increased access to coverage.

Having worked as a health service executive, Schwartz was elected to the Pennsylvania State Senate in 1990, serving 14 years until her election to Congress. In the state Senate, Schwartz was the driving force behind Pennsylvania’s Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) program, which was a model for the federal CHIP program five years later. In April, The Washington-based Better Medicare Alliance (BMA) named Schwartz president and CEO. Schwartz is passionate about ensuring quality, affordable, accessible healthcare to all Americans, particularly our seniors. For more information, visit http://bettermedicarealliance.org
About Laura Mineff
Laura Mineff’s knowledge and understanding of design development, contracting and general contracting embrace diverse elements to create atmospheres clients gravitate towards as they grow and expand and deal with physical changes in their life.

Mineff’s passion is evident everyday in tremendously enjoying working with people in different stages of their life, health, family and home. Mineff is a member of NAWBO, BNI and Cleveland HBA and has been recognized with 5 stars from HOUZ. BIA Home Association has acknowledged Mineff as a business leader in green residential home projects that integrated teams from the community and local student groups.

Mineff’s goals are to help and invigorate her clients to dwell in the best environment for their emotional, physical and professional lives and to continually grow the idea of individuals living in their home environments for as long as they desire.  For more information, visit    http://www.array-studio.com

About VoiceAmerica/World Talk Radio LLC

World Talk Radio, LLC is the world leader in online media broadcasting and the largest producer and distributor of live internet based talk radio and TV, delivering over 1,000 hours of programming weekly on its VoiceAmerica™ Network as well as live and on-demand video content on VoiceAmerica.TV. Featuring more than 200 hosts broadcasting to seven niche community based channels: its flagship VoiceAmerica™ Variety Channel, VoiceAmerica™ , Empowerment, VoiceAmerica™ Health & Wellness Channel, VoiceAmerica™ Business Channel, VoiceAmerica Sports, 7th Wave Channel, and VoiceAmerica™ Kids Channel. VoiceAmerica™ TV offers targeted and exclusive video programming channels. VoiceAmerica™/ World Talk Radio, LLC is one of the pioneers in internet broadcasting, producing and syndicating online audio and video, offering an innovative, effective and comprehensive digital broadcast platform. Digital Publishing through its 14 years of broadcast and media experience along with our seasoned staff of Executive Producers, Production and Host Services Group, VoiceAmerica™ /World Talk Radio, LLC provides an internet radio and video platform for new, emerging and veteran media personalities to expand and monetize their business and brand in an online digital medium.

Listeners can download the current versions of the VoiceAmerica Talk Radio App at:

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For more information or to schedule an interview, please contact Nancy Valent at 216-513-8740 or email nancy@NMVstrategies.com

The Refirement Zone

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The Refirement Zone


To retire is to end something. It does not necessarily mean we have completed that something, or that something is over. We retire at the end of the day to go to sleep, but the day is not over; we fully expect to rise again the next day and begin again. We sleep because we are tired, but we hope to be energized the next day. Many people look forward to retirement from their work so that they might do nothing ever again.

But if you took that approach with sleeping, I bet you’d stay awake.

I dislike the word “retirement.” The AARP recently dropped “retirement” from its acronym (in fact, it’s not an acronym at all, but is now on echoic of a tiny dog barking “arp! arp!” to match their new mascot, a Malt-York-Shitz-Poo-Terrier with fleas). This is the 21st century and the concept of retirement needs a major facelift–I call it entering the “Refirement Zone”.

As host of the radio talk show “Boomers Rock” it is my passion, my mission and my zest for all things fun that drives me to build our social collective, keeping us boomers active and socially integrated and on top of our games.

Once you enter the “Refirement Zone” it is all about igniting your life, finding that “thing” that brings joy, keeps you active, and connects you to friends. It’s learning from each other and loving our lives.

Igniting your life is not about looking back; it is about living in the moment and building a successful future that holds an exciting, empowering energized state of mind unparalleled in its force. It is the collective state of mind that drives us into the “Refirement Zone.”

Baby Boomers have an unprecedented opportunity to rebuild the perception of retirement. We have access to medical care, access to knowledge about nutrition, fitness, and psychological well-being, and convenient access to new ideas about our world. If you are 65 years old, you potentially have another 35 years to go; the quality of those years are influenced most by your attitude, approach, and habits! At 65 you are way too young to do nothing, and at 48 you still may have young children to put through elementary school. You could have softball and soccer games in your coaching future, bake sales and football rallies, teaching kids to ride a bike or how to swim. It will be limited primarily by your beliefs.

Your imagination and initiative can open a new world of possibilities.

It is use or lose it, that is my message to all of us!

I like to talk about this tipping point in our society when all of us enter the “Boomers Rock” collective, join the “Refirement Zone” movement, ignite our lives and lead. Take our collective knowledge, passion for life, wisdom and experience and change the world, just like the 60’s and 70’s, there was no sitting around, it was time for expansion of creativity, thought and energy. Creationism at its finest and a collective mindset that changed history; that is where we find ourselves again, our collective is going to be known as the “Boomers Rock Generation”, where giving back to society, helping others and looking forward to our future is the collective mindset, we are not going to allow entitlement programs bother us as they shrivel and disappear. We are going to be self- sufficient, empowered, enlightened and have strength in our collective voice, that my friends is my view of the future, join me for an exciting ride.

To advance this movement, look for my blog entries here on VoiceAmerica. I will write about the best ideas from my radio show that we discuss for improving your quality of life. Improve your life every day, Ignite your life ‘now’! Peace Tom tom@boomersrock.us

Dr. David Healy: Pharmageddon – A Story of a Tragedy of Epic Proportions by leslie carol botha

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Dr. David Healy: Pharmageddon – A Story of a Tragedy of Epic Proportions by leslie carol botha


Tune in to Holy Hormones Honey! with Leslie Botha for her New Episode “Dr. David Healy: Pharmageddon – A Story of a Tragedy of Epic Proportions” on the Voiceamerica Health and Wellness Channel airs Thursday January 9th 9am Pacific Time.

In 1962 a sleeping pill called thalidomide caused a drug disaster whose emblematic images of limbless and handicapped babies born to distraught mothers linger to this day. Congress swung into action wanting to prevent such a tragedy from happening again. They were also determined to rein in the marketing excesses of the pharmaceutical industry.

Dr. Healy’s latest book Pharmageddon, documents the riveting and terrifying story of how pharmaceutical companies have hijacked healthcare in America and the life-threatening results that have since transpired.

The horrors are best depicted by increasing numbers of pregnant women who steer clear of anything that might harm their unborn child, but who are urged by their doctors to take antidepressants — now the most commonly prescribed drugs in pregnancy — even as evidence accumulates that these drugs cause birth defects, double the rate of miscarriages, and cause mental handicap in children born to mothers who have been taking them.

Guest Bio:

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Dr. David Healy is an internationally respected psychiatrist, psychopharmacologist, scientist, and author. A professor of Psychiatry in Wales, David studied medicine in Dublin, and at Cambridge University. He is a former Secretary of the British Association for Psychopharmacology, and has authored more than 150 peer-reviewed articles, 200 other pieces, and 20 books, including The Antidepressant Era and The Creation of Psychopharmacology from Harvard University Press, The Psychopharmacologists Volumes 1-3 and Let Them Eat Prozac from New York University Press, and Mania from Johns Hopkins University Press.

David’s main areas of research are the history and clinical trials in psychopharmacology, and the impact of both trials and psychotropic drugs on our culture.

David is a founder and Chief Executive Officer of Data Based Medicine Limited, which operates through its website RxISK.org, dedicated to making medicines safer through online direct patient reporting of drug effects.


About Leslie Carol Botha

Leslie Carol Botha is host of Holy Hormones Honey! on the VoiceAmerica Health and Wellness Channel.  Botha is also a Women’s Health Educator and Internationally Recognized Expert on Women’s Hormones and Behaviors. She is the co-author of the highly acclaimed Understanding Your Mind, Mood, and Hormone Cycle, the first in a menstrual health education series that provides women with the education they never received about how their hormone cycle affects not only their minds, and moods, but their personal and professional relationships and their overall health and happiness.

Botha is a member of the Society for Menstrual Cycle Research, and an advisory board member for the Cycles Research Institute. In 2006, Botha received the Edward R. Dewey Award for her pioneering research on how women’s hormonal fluctuations affect their behaviors. The award was bequeathed by the Foundation for the Study of Cycles.

Her research is also featured in The World According to Cycles- How Recurring Forces Can Predict the Future and Change Your Life by Samuel A. Schreiner, Jr., published by Skyhorse Publishing, New York City. Schreiner has noted that Botha is “one of the most prominent twenty-first century natural cycle thinkers.”

Botha has been a radio broadcast journalist for over 30 years. Her message is loud and clear: it is time for women to reclaim their health, and her passion and drive is to provide information to assist women in making informed choices about their health and well-being.

“Excuse Me, Doctor! I’ve Got What?” & “Sexual Euphoria”

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“Excuse Me, Doctor! I’ve Got What?” & “Sexual Euphoria”

Kathryn interviews patient advocate Melissa Clarke MD, author of “Excuse Me, Doctor! I’ve Got What?”. For patients diagnosed with serious conditions such as cancer, the fear of not knowing what to do next can distance them from staying active in their healthcare. Harvard-educated physician Melissa Clarke MD helps consumers make informed decisions about their healthcare, with special attention to understanding the new changes in the Affordable Care Act. Kathryn also interviews relationship expert George Moufarrej, author of “Sexual Euphoria: A Complete Guide for Men and Women”. If you have to ask yourself if your relationship with your partner is healthy or not, chances are it is not. So what happens next? Relationship expert George Moufarrej discusses what is necessary for a successful relationship and what couples can do if their relationship is unstable or unhealthy. Moufarrej has been featured in Cosmopolitan, CNN and The Huffington Post.

Kathryn Zox is your Social Worker with a Microphone™. She’s informative and fun and opens up the mike with conversations that women need to hear. The Kathryn Zox Show is savvy and relationship oriented. Kathryn has counseled hundreds of women and their families who have suffered from eating disorders, addiction problems, marital, family and geriatric issues as well as persons coping with mental and physical disabilities. She combines her feminine perspective, social work skills and acting talents to produce a show that’s smart, upbeat, informative, sometimes irreverent, but never boring! Tune in Wednesdays at 7 AM/PT, 10 AM/ET to The Kathryn Zox Show be a part of Kathryn’s lively interviews on wealth, health, kids, divorce, travel, menopause, recipes, diets, and relationships. Serious and not so serious topics include hair loss, weight gain, face lifts, obsession, and rejection and even male contraception. That’s the Kathryn Zox Show, right here on VoiceAmerica.



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