Share Your Story: Patricia Heitz

Cancer U Thrivers Podcast

Share Your Story: Patricia Heitz

March 8, 2022

Share Your Story: Patricia Heitz

After surviving kidney cancer, in 2002, Patricia was determined to learn all there was on how we contribute to creating disease in our body. What she discovered is; it is always about our belief system. She wrote her book “Daydreams Come True” A self-coaching workbook, to share with others her lessons learned, so they too, can live a life of Thriving!

  • 02:42: You have a mass on your kidney. 
  • 04:47: I had grown up in a very dysfunctional alcoholic household.  
  • 06:08: They had to remove the entire kidney.  
  • 09:35: I feel about 99% sure that I feel safe with using the word cure.  
  • 12:05: I gave up beef only because I was never a huge fan of beef. 
  • 15:14: What did you do to work through those emotions? 
  • 18:06: Especially as a child, you’re trying to figure out how you fit in this world all around you. 
  • 21:53: I started to revisit all my beliefs.  
  • 24:08: What was your worst moment during that time?  
  • 25:09: What was your worst moment?  
  • 27:21: What’s one thing you wish you had known at the very beginning? 
  • 28:26: If you could only do one thing to improve health care in the US, what would it be and why? 
  • 29:43: Thriver Rapid Fire Questions.  
  • 30:34: Aside from Cancer U, what is one resource you would recommend for cancer patients and caregivers? 


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