Medical Militia Radio: Breast Cancer Awareness, Guest Dr. Kathryn Ruddy of Mayo Clinic, Eggplant Health Benefits

On Medical Militia Radio‘s S2E4, host iLLuZionz O’Grandeur assembles the Medical Militia team at the WWBC 1510-AM studios in Cocoa, Fla., which will be the show’s official recording studio before it goes live on Olio.fm every Friday! The team is located all throughout the U.S., so many thanks to station owner Ray Cassis for making the recording-magic happen!

This week’s special topic is Breast Cancer Awareness. The Medical Militia kicks it off with a roundtable discussion titled Utter Insanity and talks about “Breast Feeding Bullies.” Next, iLLz sits down with Mac Milli for the Sports Guru segment. Then, Medical Militia Radio brand manager Tamara Varella of Manifest Business Consultants breaks down where your breast cancer donations end up.

In addition, host iLLz has special guest Dr. Kathryn Ruddy of the Mayo Clinic, a nonprofit medical practice and medical research group based in Rochester, Minnesota.

Nurse Christina then follows up with Nurse’s Orders with tips to prevent breast cancer, then Gentlemen’s Club co-host Major Hickz discusses breast cancer in men. In iLLz’s You Are What You Eat segment, she discusses the power of eggplant, and closes with the Soundtrack to Your Life with inspiration from Melissa Etheridge’s “I Run for Life.”


Let iLLz and the Medical Militia know what you want to hear about, or give them feedback about a show. Contact the team through their page, or tweet iLLz at @iLLz_OG.

Music credit: D. Pepper Massey – “Keep It Minimum”; Melissa Etheridge – “I Run for Life.”

Commercial bed music credit: Skream & Benga – “Nefariousa;” The Darkness – “One Way Ticket;” Iggy Azalea – “Work.”

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Medical Militia Radio on Olio.fm helps you confront your healthcare problems head-on. Host iLLuZionz O’Grandeur (a.k.a iLLz) has silently battled muscular dystrophy for nearly 20 years. She has become a successful advocate for chronically and terminally ill patients by challenging the entire health care system in order to improve long-term patient care and quality of life.

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