In this episode, we delve into his journey and discover effective ways to be a cancer patient advocate. Jeff shares his experience with surgeries, chemotherapy, radiation, and complications, emphasizing the significance of self-advocacy. He highlights the importance of focus, inquiry, and research to empower individuals in advocating for themselves. We also discuss the value of mental preparedness in overcoming challenges, offering practical advice on maintaining mental well-being and planning for chaotic circumstances. Jeff's story exemplifies the power of a positive mindset and determination in conquering any obstacle.
In this episode, Jeffrey Besecker and Jeff Boothman delve into the topic of managing the overwhelming thoughts and emotions that arise after receiving a conacer diagnosis. They stress the importance of turning down the noise in one's head in order to effectively function and make informed decisions about treatment and self-care.
Jeff Boothman's story is one of resilience, determination, and a deep-rooted commitment to helping others. His expertise, combined with his personal journey, makes him a trusted source of inspiration for anyone facing adversity. Through his writing, coaching, and public speaking engagements, Jeff continues to make a profound difference in the lives of many, leaving a lasting legacy as a compassionate leader and advocate for those in need.
(Previously 'Covert Operations')- Jeff Boothman - author, cancer survive, and general badass - discusses tools cancer patients can use to navigate their treatment, potential futures of AI in medicine, how to advocate for yourself during care, and much more.
Jeff Boothman shares his cancer story with Michael and Ashlee, and how he turned his struggle into a self-help "manual" in the form of his new book: HOW TO BE A CANCER PATIENT. No one teaches you how to deal with this life changing diagnosis, but Jeff shares his wisdom and knowledge, having been through all the struggles himself. He is full of amazing information all laid out in an often witty, concise way.
Dr. Christine Malone interviews Jeff Boothman, author of the book "How to Be a Cancer Patient." Mr. Boothman shares his experience with being diagnosed with cancer and eventually wrote his book helping cancer patients cope with their diagnosis.