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INSYS Therapeutics, Dr. Reddy’s Labs join host, Ereka Vetrini, and a team of experts February 3, 2016.


(POMPANO BEACH, Fla. – PR LOG – February 2, 2016) Access Health®, a magazine-style health and wellness series, will feature experts on treating breakthrough cancer pain and quitting smoking this

Wednesday, February 3, 2016 at 7:30 a.m. (ET/PT) on Lifetime®, with an encore presentation on Wednesday, February 10, 2016.

Access Health educates and entertains viewers as it tackles the latest topics on cutting-edge developments and innovations in fitness, medicine and food – all to empower women and give them access to healthier living.

Don’t miss these featured segments taking center stage on Access Health:

Raising Awareness on Breakthrough Cancer Pain – with INSYS Therapeutics, Inc.
For anyone diagnosed with cancer at any stage, the physical and emotional challenges are profound.  But according to cancer experts, about 60 percent of chronic cancer pain patients may suffer from a type of pain so intense and excruciating, it “breaks through” their around-the-clock pain medication. Sadly, this so-called Breakthrough Cancer Pain may cause many patients to suffer in silence because they don’t believe any viable treatment exists to address it. Access Health takes a closer look at this type of pain and a class of medication that may help. The Lifetime® Network’s health news program also welcomes an Oncologist whose own mother’s experience with breakthrough cancer pain was treated with this effective option. For more information, go to

Helping Smokers Quit – with Dr. Reddy’s Labs
Smoking a pack a day costs more than $2000 a year, on average, and cigarette smoking is the leading preventable cause of death in the United States. For those looking to help kick the habit, the Habitrol® patch is available. Whether you’re 34 or 84, your body can cleanse and start to repair the damage done by years of smoking.  The Habitrol® Support Program helps smokers work through the quit process, and the Habitrol® Nicotine Replacement Therapy Patch helps reduce withdrawal symptoms, including nicotine craving, associated with quitting. With behavioral support and nicotine replacement therapy to treat nicotine addiction, you can significantly increase your chances of quitting. It’s never too late to quit. Go to for more information.

About Access Health
Access Health is a powerful and engaging half-hour health and wellness series premiering on the Lifetime channel, anchored by a panel of three renowned experts who tackle the important fitness, medical and nutrition topics of the day. The show educates and entertains with ideas on the best ways to get your body moving, revolutionary cuisine and the newest medical practices, all to empower women and give them access to healthier living. To learn more about Access Health, please visit: and like us on Facebook.




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