Believe Big Podcast

1 - Navigating Pediatric Cancer - Dr. Dagmara Beine

February 23, 2022 Ivelisse Page Season 1 Episode 1
Believe Big Podcast
1 - Navigating Pediatric Cancer - Dr. Dagmara Beine
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Dr. Dagmara Beine is not only an amazing practitioner, but she truly understands what a family goes through as her daughter Zuza was diagnosed with cancer AND given a very poor prognosis at 3 ½ years old. 

Having worked in emergency medicine for 12 years, Dagmara understood the value of western medicine and how it could save her daughter's life. However, as her daughter moved through her treatment and recovery, she was shocked at how western medicine failed to care for Zuza as a whole person. She knew as a mother and clinician that she needed to incorporate other tools to guide Zuza through treatment and help her thrive as a cancer survivor. She is going to share with us today the tools she found and uses today in her practice.

Updates on the release of Dagmara's pediatric cancer book can be found on social media (Instagram and Facebook):  Zuza's Way Integrative Care

Connect with Dr. Dagmara Beine:
https://www.zuzasway.com/dr-dagmara-beine

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What is your favorite health tip?
Can you tell us about the book you are writing to be released in 2022?
What is your best advice for parents who find out their child has cancer?
Who needs to be on the medical TEAM for a pediatic cancer diagnosis and journey?
Can you briefly share with us how Zuza's cancer was found?
What tools did you find to help Zuza's immune system handle the cancer and thrive as a cancer survivor?
How do you encourage children to widen their pallettes to incorporate better nutrition in their diets?
How has the recurrence of Zuza's cancer been different from the first diagnosis?
Ketosis and Mistletoe for Zuza
Integrative Support: There is a better way!
How can late life effects of cancer treatments be reduced or avoided for a cancer survivor?
What is your best advice to parents who want to include integrative options in their child's treatment but their oncologist is not supportive?