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PODCAST: What’s Broken In Post-Cancer Care Treatment And How We Can Fix It

This Cancer Survivor Story Will Bring You To Tears (and Joy) | NEVER SETTLE EP 36 with Complex Creatures President & Co-Founder, Tara Elmore

Do Doctors Always Know Best?  When it comes to merging Eastern and Western medical approaches, where’s the gap and how can we merge them? In the West, we’re accustomed to receiving chemotherapy and radiation as treatments provided by our Oncologists, Radiologists and medical teams — but is there a better way, and what if there was more to help us?

Tara Elmore talks authentically and honestly about her journey going through Breast Cancer treatment upon her 5-year cancer-free remission mark and on the mishaps and holes in post-cancer care, and what led her to co-found the start-up of her sisterly co-founded company, Complex Creatures.

Complex Creatures’ Mission: The way we take care of — or rather don’t take care of — our breasts.

About our guest, Tara Elmore:
Having cancer was the most unexpected gift and completely transformed me. I’ve always been a seeker in pursuit of understanding and connection, which began behind the camera.

Over the last 15+ years I’ve led photo departments at One Kings Lane, Bed, Bath & Beyond, Architectural Digest, and ELLE DECOR. I love and excel at building teams and processes. On the other side of cancer,  I’ve sought out cutting edge research and the leading practitioners to support my own wellness. I want Complex Creatures to be the trusted resource that didn’t exist for me.




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