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Eva Grayzel
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Inspires. Motivates. Transforms...Through the Power of Story
Inspires. Motivates. Transforms...Through the Power of Story

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Rubbish, malorkey, hogwash....just plain nonsense! This article states the new guidelines that eliminate flossing as a recommended practice. WHY? Lack of official studies. This reminds me of the statement that came out a couple of years ago about oral cancer screenings which were not on the list of recommended screenings. Ridiculous. We know oral cancer screenings save lives!

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Love your perspective:)

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Stories evoke emotion. That is what makes the teller memorable. Innovative chef enhancing the dining experience by evoking emotions. I love it!

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If you had a chance to ask a deceased loved one a question (or two), what would it be? ‪#‎celebrationoflife‬

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Exciting advances in chemotherapy for advanced stage oral cancer.

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Hope comes in many forms. There is always something to hope for, even if it's another family event, another day of sunshine, or simply another moment pain-free. This article eloquently addresses fear and hope associated with cancer, and the mysteries and miracles of the human body.

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Can you tell a story to get a job? I say, YES!

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Six-Step Screening poster translated into Greek! Spearheaded by Ourania Nicolatou-Galitis DDS of the U of Athens SOD
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Next up: Keynote lecture for the 28th annual meeting of the Special Care Dentistry Association. The association brings together professionals from the American Association of Hospital Dentists, the Academy of Dentistry for Persons with Disabilities, and the American Society for Geriatric Dentistry. Their tag line is "Every Practice Has Patients With Special Needs." — with The Oral Cancer Foundation at Westin Michigan Avenue.
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At every Oral Cancer Foundation Walk for Awareness, I experience how different dental professionals do a screening. Always varies greatly.
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