H3 Second Annual Open Panel Discussion about Cancer


Our last open discussion provided powerful insights and conclusions about the possibilities of better treatments, prevention, and hope towards the cure. Now, it is time for us to put into practice the discussion results and to further explore how we can make a difference in the cancer field. It is clear from the results of the last discussion that the emphasis needs to be on personal responsibility: “It begins with me.”

The H3 Open Discussion panelists will focus on the following questions:

  1. Prevention: Although we cannot always control what happens to our health, we have a personal responsibility to control risk factors of which we were previously unaware. Therefore, what can an individual do to be conscious about their health choices, lifestyle, and how self-healing begins within each of us?
  1. Diagnosis/treatment: What are some of the innovative and cutting-edge treatments that are being considered for cancer treatment, such as immune therapies and vaccines? Is chemotherapy obsolete?
  1. Medical System: What are the problems with the current medical system/doctor education/hospital environment/insurance and how can an individual better navigate through these systems and advocate for the best care possible?

H3’s Founder and Director Janinha Piazzetta is moderating the discussion panel. Each participant will address the 3 questions above from their unique perspective. The audience will have an opportunity to participate with questions towards the end.

Our Panelists:

Lisa Blumetti, ERPR+, HER2+, has been a stage IV breast cancer conqueror for 11 years. She is the Chairperson on the Board of Directors for H3 and has tried to use her cancer experiences to help further their mission of improving wellness through education about conventional and non-conventional modalities.

Janet Galipo, AP DOM, ADV, CBI, is a world-renowned BodyTalk System instructor and Practitioner. Her background includes Doctor of Oriental Medicine, Acupuncture Physician, homeopathy, Chinese and Western herbs, Tibetan medicine, nutrition, vitamin therapy, and shamanic work.

Steven Roth, DMD, has excelled as a general and cosmetic dentist for over 25 years in Downtown Miami. However, he discovered that his passion and talents were for hypnosis and soon after became a certified medical hypnotherapist in 2007 and has been healing the community of South Florida through his Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) and hypnotherapy private sessions.

Nilza Kallos, MD founded in 1981 the Breast Health Center & Diagnostic Ultrasound, the first multi-modality breast center in Florida. Dr. Kallos is board-certified in Nuclear Medicine and a certified menopausal clinician.  She joined the University of Miami Sylvester Cancer Center as the director of Women’s Imaging at Lennar Foundation Medical Center.

Eric W. Dickhaus, MD, Ph.D., specializes in Neuropathology, Psychiatry, and Cancer Epigenetics. His research interests include breast cancer epigenetics, targeted therapies, DNA methylation, and histone acetylation and deacetylation. He professionally integrates traditional and non-traditional treatments, including psychology and psychiatry, with the goal of lifelong quality medical care for cancer patients.

Tamara Filgueiras, LCSW, is a Cancer Survivor, Psychotherapist, and Licensed Clinical Social Worker. She is the founder of Oasis Counseling & Wellness in Hollywood, FL, where she offers mental health counseling to adults, adolescents, and children, as well as to couples and families. She specializes in Anxiety and mood Disorders, Coping with Trauma and illness, as well as Stress Management.