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COMING UP THIS WEEK ON TALK! with AUDREY

Coming up this week on TALK with AUDREY– Dr. John Woods, Provost and Chief Academic Officer at the University of Phoenix. He has key findings from their newly released Career Optimism Index® study that revealed how employers can develop dynamic talent they need from within and how workers can combat stagnation within their careers.  Dr. Joanne Mortimer, a medical oncologist at City of Hope Comprehensive Cancer Center and Jessica, who was diagnosed with breast cancer join me to talk about the importance of BRCA mutation testing, and how knowing her BRCA mutation status led to routine cancer screenings that Jessica says saved her life.  Dan Leonard, senior meteorologist at The Weather Company Is going to talk to us about how weather is going to impact us this year.  Vascular Surgeon, Dr. Anahita Dua and Interventional Cardiologist and Association of Black Cardiologist Society for Cardiovascular Angiography and Interventions, Dr. Foluso Fakorede join me to share new survey findings that uncovered a gap in awareness of Peripheral artery disease (PAD), one of the leading causes of amputations and impacts more than 12 million Americans each year.

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