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Fortune in Misfortune: A Story NOT Silenced by Oral Cancer (mobile phone version)

At age 33, Eva Grayzel, a nationally recognized performance artist, was diagnosed with late-stage oral cancer and given a 15% chance of survival. Eva shares riveting details about her delayed diagnosis and how she found the strength to persevere through the devastating effects of radical treatment. In an eloquent and engaging speaking style, Eva transports listeners into the cancer patient’s firsthand account of hardships unanticipated and overcome; courage unknown and discovered; a mother’s love tested and triumphant. Eva gives survivorship a voice, articulating wisdom for moving above and beyond. Audiences don’t just hear a story, they experience it.

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  • A one-hour talk by oral cancer survivor Eva Grayzel. It's her personal story with intimate details about surviving stage IV tongue cancer. Get out the tissues!


Fortune in Misfortune: A Story NOT Silenced by Oral Cancer (mobile phone version)

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    Thank you for your dollar. Proceeds benefit Six-Step Screening, six steps to a thorough oral cancer screening, reaching approximately 100K unique visitors each year.

    Are you getting an oral cancer screening at your dental check-up? No-one is at no risk for oral cancer, even dental professionals! I have been told over and over how dentists and hygienists never look in the mouth the same way again after hearing my story. Patient stories matter.

    Want to see videos of screenings? or more information about what dental professionals look for in a screening? On the Six-Step Screening website you can also find the faces of survivors and their stories with a common theme: caught late! Symptoms were dismissed as trauma.

    Six-Step Screening (™) provides educational posters and postcards to educate the general public. If dental professionals don’t educate patients, who will? I work every day, so what happened to me doesn't happen to others.


    Let’s connect! Share your feedback and tag me on an IG, FB, TW....@evagrayzel and @6stepscreening.

    My story 'rap' was professionally produced: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=448ah5QS4rY

    Also, if you are looking to develop your story for securing a job, or securing a new client, look no further! https://www.evagrayzel.com

    Feel free to email me with questions or thoughts. Eva@evagrayzel.com.
    Thank you for playing a part in raising awareness and saving lives!

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