January 10, 2010

Camila Sousa interviews Ana Maria about Cancer

Camila Sousa, a dear friend of mine, who teaches in the US asked if I could answer some questions her students wanted to know about Cancer. Watch our interview.

We used http://wetoku.com for the interview.

This is a tutorial I've made showing how to record your interview with WETOKU, very simple.

You can also read this previous post:


Dessa said...

Great interview!
You are simply inspiring, Ana.

Unknown said...

Thanks for all the support, Andressa!

Natasa said...

You really are an inspiration, Ana Maria. This video might have changed somebody's life. You have been in my prayers ever since I found out you had cancer. You have the support of all your online friends and I am sure you are aware of that. I think it is good that you are writing about your cancer in your personal blog because now you have the power to help others. By the way, you look beautiful.

Ana Maria Menezes said...

Thanks, Natasa. I´m still coming to terms with my baldness. I know that by letting people know you can still be rather active during a cancer treatment can dismistify the disease a bit and help patients get on with their lives. It´s a difficult diagnose but it´s not a death sentence. As it´s a disease which has a lot to do with your immune system, it´s very important how you feel.

Dani Lyra said...

Hi Ana,

I am hanging out at the beach in Bahia, having a great time and reading your blog.
You're very brave to talk so openly about cancer. I" m waiting for some results, and your attitude and strength is inspiring and comforting. I wish you all the best in 2010.

Ana Maria Menezes said...

Dear Dani, what kind of results are waiting for? check-up? I know it doesn't help much to say but be calm and positive, count on me. :)

GilMattos said...

One more time - Congratulations! You are really an inspiration for all of us. You should record a testimony for the soap opera "Viver a Vida" - honestly. I've been learning a lot with you every day and I'm not talking about the webtools only, of course. I happen to have a chronic disease myself and at first I was not that positive at all.
Gob bless you.

Ana Maria Menezes said...

Dear Gilmar,

One thing this disease taught me is to live one day at a time and be POSITIVE!!! Make plans, live, do things you enjoy, tell people you love them, this is your life. Have a wonderful day, dear friend.