Cancer Treatment Centers of America Aim For Complete Healing

One of the most devastating diseases facing our society today has destroyed more lives than some wars with a fall out that not only includes physical pain but an emotional upheaval that often leaves patients reeling from the emotional hit.

Though devastating as cancer is for those that receive a diagnosis as well as those closest to them, researchers and doctors have made giant leaps in treating the disease beyond simply removing cancerous cells.

The Emotional Struggle of a Cancer Diagnosis and Cancer Treatments Centers of America Push for Complete Health for Women

As cancer wreaks havoc on many of the vital systems necessary for a complete and whole life, the emotional toll of having to battle against the disease simultaneously erodes patients strength and hope which are essential more so than ever for those battling for their lives.

As the Cancer Treatment Centers of America has become a leader within the medical community known for providing patients with not only top of the line care but a safe environment to help foster healing beyond cancer’s remission they have implemented programs that aim to heal some of the unseen scars cancer often leaves behind. So in partnership with the ACA, the Cancer Treatment Centers of America created an outreach program designed to help women who have received a cancer diagnosis navigate the new terrain of maintaining their self-esteem and hope in spite of the physical ravages caused by cancer.

The program brings together cosmetic experts and patients for group discussions about make-up tips, ways to conceal hair loss, as well as maintaining general emotional well-being throughout the entire process.

If you would like to learn more about how the Cancer Treatment Centers of America are helping women defeat the emotional struggle of cancer please visit the Chicago Tribune.

Understanding Technology and Fashion with Chris Burch

People who succeed in life start showing signs at an early age. Since his time in college, Christopher Burch has always been interested in fashion, design and investments. 40 years later, he has established himself as one of the most successful business person in the United States of America. Currently, he serves as the CEO as well as the founder of a company called Burch Creative Capital. During this time, he has also been involved with other companies such as Poppin, Trademark as well as DeGeneres, Voss Water, and Jawbone. Chris Burch has also been involved with other ventures such as Nihiwatu, Cocoon9 and finally Faena Hotel + Universe.

 

To explain his success, Chris, and his brother established their first venture using $2000. They referred to this company as the Eagles Eye Apparel but later sold the company at an estimated $165 million. Chris Burch attended the Itchica College for his undergraduate degree. Just recently, he had the opportunity of discussing the relationship that exists between fashion and technology. During this discussion, Chris Burch explained that the best way to understand the relationship between these two industries is looking at their future, present, and even the past. Remarkable differences exist between these two industries. The only thing that has remained constant is that they continue to evolve together.

 

For this analogy, Chris uses the changes that have taken place in the music industry. According to Chris Burch, the boom box of the 1970s allowed people listen to their favorite music whenever they wished. This was then followed by the disc cassette where people would listen to music on one side and record on the other. He then explains how the Walkman revolutionized the music industry. Finally, he talks about the way the iPod has changed things lately.

 

Chris acknowledges that there are fashion designers who are using technology to come up with amazing designs. He says that the only way to understand the future of fashion is to use technology. For instance, fashion designers have created good air bags that can be used by bike rider instead of the traditional helmets. These airbags are fashionable and only get deployed in case of an accident.

 

Chris also says that there are some fashion designers that are using fashion to popularize technology. Regarding this, he talks about the way some fashion designers made models in their catwalks to wear Google glasses to make the technology acceptable in the industry.

Read more about Chris Burch:

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2013-02-15/chris-burch-becomes-a-billionaire-as-fashion-stock-surge

Andy Wirth: CEO and Special Warfare Warrior

Andy Wirth, President and CEO of Squaw Valley Holdings, parent company of Squaw Valley Resort and Alpine Meadows Resort in Olympic Valley, California has wasted no time moving forward with a vision for growth and development of the area since his appointment in 2010.

He was appointed President and CEO of Squaw Valley Ski Resort, but the following year facilitated a merger of the two resorts. Wirth has overseen major renovations at Squaw Valley and has put great effort into making the resort top notch in terms of customer satisfaction. This effort has paid off as the area has catapulted into the top twenty percent of tourist destinations in the world.

In 2015, Andy Wirth was appointed chair of the Reno-Tahoe Airport Authority Board. Realizing the importance of air service to the resort economy, he set out to attract more flights to the area. He was very instrumental in enhancing air travel to and from the area, which also played a significant role the region’s rise in tourism.

In January 2016, Wirth was elected Chairman and President of Reno-Tahoe Regional Air Service Corporation, a role that once again provided him the opportunity to bolster economic growth through air service and airport development.

2013 proved very eventful for Andy Wirth. In March of 2013 he was featured on Undercover Boss (CBS). He went undercover at the Squaw and Alpine Meadows Resorts and taught a snowboarding class for children.

Andy Wirth could have easily bled to death or gone into shock but he remained positive. His arm was reattached, but he was hospitalized for almost 3 months and underwent many surgeries before he was able to return to work in Squaw Valley.

Soon after his return to work, Wirth met some Navy SEALs who were training in the area. They became friends and formed an team called Special Warfare Warrior IronMan Team. Learn more about Andy Wirth: http://www.bloomberg.com/research/stocks/private/person.asp?personId=36030954&privcapId=7911768

The team raises money for the Navy SEAL Foundation. Wirth says the men on the team have been the inspiration he needed for recovery.