All Interviews By

Douglas Lowell

Practioners

Many patients are often prematurely discharged from inpatient units and inevitably destabilize or are released from jails without proper treatment.

Conversations: Lynn, hi.  Thanks for speaking with CONVERSATIONS today.  Tell us about your practice? What you specialize in? What your niche is? Lynn Nanos: Hi, Conversations! Thank you for inviting me to interview with you! I’m a mobile emergency psychiatric social worker in Massachusetts and I've been doing this for…
Douglas Lowell
June 14, 2019
Advocates

I decided to be the change that I wanted to see

Conversations: Mapillar, thanks for speaking to CONVERSATIONS today. Now, you're both a caregiver and advocate for sickle cell disease (SCD)?   Mapillar Dahn / MTS Sickle Cell Foundation: You're so very welcome. It's my pleasure. I am the mother of three beautiful daughters who all suffer from sickle cell disease.…
Douglas Lowell
May 17, 2019
Advocates

We fight on each day in their honor

Conversations: Ashley, hi. Thanks for speaking with CONVERSATIONS today. Take me back to the beginning. How did you get involved with Wisconsin Ovarian Cancer Alliance which is known as WOCA?   Ashley Wagner of WOCA: Thank you for having me! I got involved with WOCA roughly 6 years ago. A…
Douglas Lowell
May 17, 2019
Patients

The energy you present introduces you

Conversations: Ivy, hi. Thanks for talking to CONVERSATIONS today. Tell us what ITP is as likely few people have heard of it or know much about it.   Ivy Dash: ITP stands for Immune Thrombocytopenic Purpura. In essence, it's that your body is destroying your platelets. Platelets are used for…
Douglas Lowell
May 15, 2019
Patients

Listening to the Bones

Conversations: Marla, hi. Thanks so much for speaking with CONVERSATIONS today.   Marla Faith: My pleasure.   Conversations: Most people don't know Myelofibrosis . . . MF . . . and indeed many people have never heard of it. What is MF?   Marla Faith: It is a blood cancer…
Douglas Lowell
May 13, 2019