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I've Got Skin in the Game

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Medspa Confidential is a foundational text for the med spa industry. Although full of seriously valuable information, the book is very readable, has a great conversational tone, and scenes from Carol and Sara's lives are so emotionally poignant
The father of one of our past guests tells Dr. Carol Clinton about his own cancer battle, one that nobody expected him to make it through. John testifies to how his spiritual treatment helped him make it through that terrifying period and has h
Dr. Carol Clinton is back to give an update on her ongoing treatment and to share some insight into how she formulated her plan this time around. When it comes to a major medical decision, nothing beats being prepared. Dr. Clinton explains how
This week, Dr. Carol Clinton talks to Maureen Kennedy about their time together in med school and how their lives changed after heading off to practice. Maureen made a decision that wasn't easy, but thanks to careful planning and a great suppor
Dr. Carol Clinton explains how her treatment is different this time around and points out some key things to consider before joining a clinical trial. The medical world is changing all the time, but you don;t have to be a doctor to understand
After several months with no evidence of cancer, Dr. Carol Clinton recently found out that the disease has returned. On this episode, Carol explains where her health stands now and what her plan is to beat it again. And if you know Carol, you
Dr. Carol Clinton is back and she's kicking off the next batch of podcasts with Kerouac Smith, the guy who records, edits and produces the show. We talk about how his midlife career change came about, what his focus is now and where he'll go in
Dr. Carol Clinton asks Dr. Christopher Yerington for advice specific to female doctors about what they need to know when they are making key insurance decisions early in their career. https://physiciansincomeprotection.com/  Credits: You Give
Welcome back, friends. Here's part two of Dr. Carol Clinton's chat with Dr. Christopher Yerington, where he discusses Physicians Income Protection, the business he started that gave him a new lease on his work life and allowed him to help other
It's a new year and we're ready to roll again. Get an update on Dr. Carol Clinton's recovery and see what she's got planned for the year ahead. Our first guest is Dr. Christopher Yerington, an anesthesiologist whose career was cut short by disa
Dr. Carol Clinton welcomes the CEO of the Columbus Metropolitan Library system, Patrick Losinski, to discuss what he's doing to keep the library system vibrant and growing to fit the needs of changing demographics and a new generation of childr
Dr. Carol Clinton sits down with good friend and fellow ovarian cancer survivor Janice Roth to talk about how she copes despite having a Stage IV diagnosis. It turns out some timely advice from a young niece was exactly what she needed to hear.
Dr. Carol Clinton sits down with Jason Carpenter, who has beaten cancer twice and continues to drive forward with his business. He explains how his cancer battle led to him literally writing the book on how to keep his business going without hi
Dr. Carol Clinton sits down with good friend Mark Moses, an international CEO Coach and overall inspiring person. They discuss Mark's son being diagnosed with a brain tumor at 3 years old and how the family coped. Years later, Mason is doing ju
Here's the second half of Dr. Carol Clinton's discussion with friend and author Jennifer Carroll, where she shares her final moments with her husband Phil and explains how she settled on the title for her book. We learn about celebrating the sm
Dr. Carol Clinton catches up with her friend Jennifer Carroll, whose book Beyond Invincible was released this month. She tells the story of losing her husband to prostate cancer and details the journey of self-discovery she's been on since. You
Dr. Carol Clinton catches up with her cousin, Heather Ceron, to celebrate a woman who helped shape both of their lives. Learn how Aunt Cleo (Grandma Cleo to Heather) inspired them to follow their passion in life and to understand that wealth is
Dr. Carol Clinton catches up with her daughter, Evelyn, to discuss what it was like being the eldest child the first time her mom dealt with cancer and what it's like now that the siblings are on more equal footing. Plus, Evelyn explains how he
Dr. Carol Clinton joins special guest and longtime friend Dr. Julie Guthrie to discuss why doctors seem to put everything before themselves. Having a personality type that believes in altruism can pull a person into the paradigm of putting them
We're more than halfway through chemotherapy, which seems like a fine time for an update on how Dr. Carol Clinton is responding to her treatment. You might think a second time through would make it all easier, but the truth is lots of things ar
Dr. Carol Clinton talks with Dan Lionello about his method for dealing with prostate cancer and the treatment for it. Instead of focusing on the worst possible outcomes, Dan explains how he decided from the start to have a positive experience.
Dr. Carol Clinton welcomes in her cousin Charlie, who recalls the range of emotions he went through when his adult son was diagnosed with brain cancer. He learned a lot about the man Scott had become and the effect he had on his students. Scott
Dr. Clinton speaks with long-time friend Eileen Caramela, who lost her 14-year-old son Derek in a tragic accident several years ago. What is the grieving process like and how can those around best offer their support? What can you say to a grie
Nearing the halfway point - Dr Clinton shares a personal update on her progress. The chemo regimen has changed, with some unexpected side effects, and it's led to Dr. Clinton having to adapt. She weighs in on the treatment so far, her diet, her
Dr Shikha Jain follows up from out last podcast on advice for women in medicine and beyond. Women say "we" more than "I." Women are described as assertive, bossy, and pushy, while men are seen as strong and a leader. Women need to remind themse
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