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Access to Cancer Care
 
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The number of cancer cases is growing worldwide. Developing countries have the majority of cancer cases but are worst affected as many lack the resources to effectively provide services. In this video, two health experts share their views on the inequality in access to cancer care around the world. The IAEA helps its Member States to use a range of nuclear techniques to control and manage cancer. For more information: https://www.iaea.org/topics/cancer
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Seattle Cancer Care on Guam to Help Educate Nurses on Cancer Management
 
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The two day conference is being held at the Pacific Star Resort and Spa.
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Cypress U 2016 - Cancer Care: Getting Control Over Your Most Costly Expense
 
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-John Van Dyke, President, Interlink Care Management, Inc. Cancer costs are typically the most expensive part of any medical plan for an employer. If you offer benefits to employees, you have covered employees or dependents who are dealing with the disease. And you’re paying for it. Now there are ways that you can gain control over those costs. John Van Dyke, President of Interlink, will present the most comprehensive cancer management program ever offered and tell you how you can access this critically important cost control tool through Cypress Benefit Administrators. In this session you will learn how plan language and incentives drive appropriate utilization and how Interlink’s treatment protocols, physician consultation and education programs address all levels of cancer treatment, from the simplest to the most complex cases.
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KinaSense
 
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A startup based on Purdue University technology could help oncologists see faster than ever which drug therapies will benefit cancer patients and to what extent. A news release is available at http://otc-prf.org/news/purdue-technology-being-commercialized-test-cancer-drugs-benefit-individual-patients
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What is Turmeric Good For? 10 Turmeric Health Benefits
 
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Lots of people use the turmeric herb in their cooking. The main signs of turmeric are its pepper- like smell, sharp taste, and golden color. Turmeric is known to stop swelling, kill bacteria and viruses, as well as many other things. It is also full of nutrients, like protein, dietary fiber, niacin, Vitamins C, E, and K, calcium, potassium, copper, iron, magnesium, and zinc. Because of this, turmeric is a great thing to use to cure health problems. Here are the top ten things turmeric can be used for: Prevents Cancer Turmeric can block prostate cancer and even kill cancer cells. It can also stop tumor cells from growing, so it can guard the body from getting cancer in the first place. Relieves Arthritis Because turmeric brings down swelling, it’s great to use for osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis. It also kills germs that harm body cells. People with rheumatoid arthritis who eat turmeric all the time have gotten much rest from pain and joint swelling. Controls Diabetes Turmeric can help cure diabetes, by keeping insulin at normal levels. It also helps with sugar control, and makes the medicine used for diabetes work. But if used with strong medicines, turmeric can cause low blood sugar, so make sure to ask your doctor before you take turmeric capsules. Reduces Cholesterol Levels Using turmeric as a spice can bring down cholesterol levels. Because high cholesterol can cause other health problems, it is important to stay on top of it to stop heart disease. Immunity Booster Turmeric helps keep the body’s immune system going. It also helps strengthen the immune system, because it kills bacteria, viruses, and fungi. This stops you from getting colds, coughs, and the flu. To help you feel better if you do get sick, mix one teaspoon of turmeric in a glass of warm milk and drink it once a day. Heals Wounds Because turmeric naturally kills germs and bacteria, it can be used to clean wounds. If you have a cut or burn, sprinkle some turmeric powder on it to help it heal quicker. It can also help treat psoriasis- itchy, dead skin- and other skin conditions. Weight Management Turmeric powder can help keep the body at a proper weight, by helping break down fat. Someone who wants to lose weight or treat obesity and sicknesses that come with it, can have one teaspoon of turmeric with every meal. Prevents Alzheimer’s Disease Swelling of the brain is one of the main reasons for cognitive disorders, like Alzheimer’s disease. Turmeric can keep the brain healthy, by helping oxygen flow. This can also slow down or totally stop Alzheimer’s disease. Improves Digestion Turmeric can help with digestion, by lessening bloating and gas. It can also help treat inflammatory bowel disease. But be careful, because if you suffer from a gallbladder disease you should not take turmeric, as that can make it worse. Also, if you have a digestive problem, it is best to eat raw turmeric, and not capsules. Prevents Liver Disease Turmeric is a natural way to force poisons from the liver. The liver takes poison out of the blood, and turmeric helps make the enzymes that keep it working. It also helps strengthen, and better blood flow. All of this helps to keep the liver healthy. Because of all the ways turmeric can help your health, adding this herb to your diet is a great idea. Resource(s): https://www.alzheimers.org.uk/info/20010/risk_factors_and_prevention/147/turmeric https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22407780 https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23339049 https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/?term=Effect+of+NCB-02%2C+atorvastatin+and+placebo+on+endothelial+function%2C+oxidative+stress+and+inflammatory+markers+in+patients+with+type+2+diabetes+mellitus%3A+a+randomized%2C+parallel-group%2C+placebo-controlled%2C+8-week+study https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/?term=Curcumin+activates+AMPK+and+suppresses+gluconeogenic+gene+expression+in+hepatoma+cells http://www.cancerresearchuk.org/about-cancer/cancer-in-general/treatment/complementary-alternative-therapies/individual-therapies/turmeric?_ga=2.105164099.1588864.1499266296-1870586062.1499266296 Disclaimer: The materials and the information contained on Natural Cures channel are provided for general and educational purposes only and do not constitute any legal, medical or other professional advice on any subject matter. These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to diagnose, treat or cure any disease. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider prior to starting any new diet or treatment and with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. If you have or suspect that you have a medical problem, promptly contact your health care provider.
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Seattle NBC viewers know my secret: tocotrienols for healthy skin.
 
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Too often, people gravitate to medications and expensive treatments to solve their skin problems. As a holistic pharmacist, I like to educate people about the natural skin care options available. I was a recent guest on Seattle’s KING-TV New Day program. We discussed natural remedies that can help with common health concerns. I encouraged viewers to take care of their skin from the inside by supplementing with tocotrienols. This super-potent from of vitamin E helps protect your skin from dangerous UV damage naturally. When it comes to skin care, protecting yourself from UV damage is important. I shared with the NBC viewers some natural mineral-based sunscreen options. You can also help protect your skin from within using tocotrienols. This form of vitamin E is a powerful antioxidant. It helps protect your skin from the sun’s damaging rays. Look for tocotrienol supplements derived from Malaysian sustainable palm oil. The health benefits of these tocotrienols have been clinically studied. Scientists hypothesize that palm oil’s carotenoids work by boosting healthy tissue’s ability to protect itself from harmful toxins. In addition, this oil is also great for brain health and for cardiovascular health. NIH-funded studies have also found that it may help protect your brain, in the event that a stroke occurs. You can take a daily Malaysian palm oil-derived supplement to protect your skin from within. As I shared with the host who commented on my healthy skin, I take Malaysian palm oil every day. In addition to supplements, you can find Malaysian sustainable palm cooking oils in international grocery stores. This healthy oil is non-GMO and has a neutral effect on cholesterol. Malaysian sustainable palm oil can also tolerate high-heat cooking better than olive oil. About vitamin E Most people think of vitamin E as a single nutrient, but there are actually eight different forms of vitamin E: four tocopherols and four tocotrienols. Tocopherols and tocotrienols have entirely different health benefits.
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Immunotherapy: Drs. Nancy Davidson and David Maloney
 
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SCCA President Dr. Nancy Davidson discusses the latest in immunotherapy with Bezos Family Immunotherapy Clinic Medical Director Dr. David Maloney. Learn more about immunotherapy at SCCA: http://bit.ly/2hLguht
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The Art & Science of Nursing
 
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A Presentation by Christen Heye at the Seattle Cancer Care Alliance (SCCA)
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Vitamin B17 May Treat Cancer But Is Illegal In The U.S.!
 
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Powerful 2 Week Diet With Proven Results : Vitamin B17 is found in tubers, berries, nuts, leafy greens, and in the pits of fruits like cherries, peaches, and apricots. Most of you probably haven’t heard about it, and that is due to the fact that the vitamin B17 supplements are illegal in North America. The active compound of this vitamin is Amygdalin, while its synthetic (manufactured) form is laetrile. The latter has been used as an alternative cancer treatment until 1980 when the FDA banned it, due to the cyanide, a known poison, it contains. Yet, before it was made illegal, laetrile was analyzed at the Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in New York. The Assistant Director of Public Affairs at the time, Ralph Moss, became a vocal author and lecturer on alternative cancer therapies. He reveals his findings in an interview: natural cures for cancer “Shortly after I went to work [at Sloan Kettering], I visited the elderly Japanese scientist, Kanematsu Sugiura, who astonished me when he told me he was working on Laetrile (B17). At the time it was the most controversial thing in cancer, reputed to be a cure for cancer. We in Public Affairs were giving out statements that laetrile was worthless, it was quackery, and that people should not abandon proven therapies. I was astonished that our most distinguished scientist would be bothering with something like this, and I said, ‘Why are you doing this if it doesn’t work?’ He took down his lab books and showed me that in fact, Laetrile was dramatically effective in stopping the spread of cancer…We were finding this and yet we in Public Affairs were told to issue statements to the exact opposite of what we were finding scientifically.” His findings resulted in controversy around laetrile and expanded to include the natural form of amygdalin found in plants, vitamin B17. These statements made his employers fire him, but he continued warning the public about the practice of the medical establishment to suppress research into natural cancer treatments. Numerous other experts agreed with him, and one of them is G. Edward Griffin—an author, film-maker, and advocate for natural cancer treatment. He published a book under the title World Without Cancer with Dr. John Richardson, where he claims: “Every Laetrile study had been tarnished with the same kind of scientific ineptitude, bias, and outright deception… Some of these studies openly admitted evidence of anti-cancer effect but hastened to attribute this effect to other causes.best natural treatment for cancer Some were toxicity studies only, which means that they weren’t trying to see if Laetrile was effective, but merely to determine how much of it was required to kill the patient.” (Ibid.) Apparently, amygdalin contains cyanide in the form of a cyanogenic glucoside of the nitriloside family of water-soluble sugar compounds found in plants. Researchers have found that it actually inhibits cancer cell growth and leads to cell apoptosis (death) in prostate, kidney, and breast cancer cells. Cancer cells have an enzyme known as glucosidase at 3,000 times the level in a healthy cell, which, when comes into contact with a nitriloside, causes a chemical reaction which converts the nitriloside into hydrogen cyanide and benzaldehyde. The cyanide destroys the cell. What is best about his all is that healthy cells do not contain enough glucosidase to release the cyanide, so amygdalin kills abnormal cells only. The fact that we eat foods that contain amygdalin all the time, like blueberries, indicates that it is not harmful in small doses. Bitter almonds are high in this compound. Yet, the trees from which they grow are illegal in the United States, even though essential oil extracts can be made from their seeds. Sweet almonds are also rich in amygdalin, and they are also banned to be sold raw. “In 2007, the USDA [United States Department of Agriculture] mandated that all U.S. grown almonds be pasteurized (heated) or, for non-organic almonds, gassed with the toxic gas propylene oxide (PPO), a probable human carcinogen. Almonds treated with PPO are banned in Canada and the European Union but allowed, even encouraged by the ban, in the US. Don’t be fooled if you’ve seen U.S. almonds labeled ‘raw’. The USDA allows almond growers and processors to label almonds as ‘raw’ even though they’ve been pasteurized or gassed…Pasteurization destroys enzymes and valuable phytonutrients and lowers vitamin E content.” [emphasis added]best treatment for cancer The richest seed in B17 is the apricot. Therefore, you can purchase apricots and break open their pits. High amounts of this nutrient tax the liver, but you need to have 50-60 seeds daily in order to experience any negative side-effects. http://bit.ly/2p873HH Don't Forget To Follow Us On Other Social Media : INSTAGRAM: http://bit.ly/2m7bnd1 FACEBOOK: http://bit.ly/2kYKuD0 TWITTER: http://bit.ly/2l74mVA PINTEREST: http://bit.ly/2lEUYvn Subscribe our channel for more!
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Love Work Perks? Expedia Surprises Employees With Trips Around the World
 
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At our annual holiday party, Expedia held an employee raffle to award roundtrip flights to scenic locations around the world: Beijing, Paris, Tahiti. The only thing better than getting a trip of a lifetime? Giving one. See how our employees react to the news.
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Son Diagnosed With 2 Types Of Cancer, Mom Gets Call That Brings Her To Knees
 
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Subscribe to our channel for more : http://bit.ly/2lB6QeW Visit our website : http://newzmagazine.com/ Son Diagnosed With 2 Types Of Cancer, Then Mom Gets Call That Brings Her To Knees Cancer is one of the scariest diagnoses you could ever get. Just that one word – cancer – evokes so much pain, fear, and heartache. When someone is diagnosed with cancer and going through treatments, it always helps to have loved ones by their sides supporting them and giving them strength when they feel like they have none. Thankfully, Abraham Moreno Edwards and his mom Amanda have each other. Back in February, Amanda took Abraham (ar Abs for short) to the doctor for what she thought was a cold. Heartbreakingly, the young boy ended up being diagnosed with two completely unrelated types of blood cancer – lymphoblastic leukemia and myeloid leukemia. They began taking the necessary steps toward getting Abs treated, then came another blow. Just six weeks later, Amanda found a lump in her breast and was diagnosed with breast cancer. Now Amanda and Abs are both going through chemotherapy treatments. Amanda says this experience, though frightening, has brought she and her son closer together than ever. “Abs knows that I know what he’s going through. We have been bonded by it. It is a special bond only me and him know,” she said. “We are a team,” she added. “We have a joke about both being bald and who looks best. We try to laugh to keep our spirits up. But in truth it is very frightening. “Our life is on hold and currently revolves around hospital appointments, we live from one to the next. But we just get on with it – we have to. What choice do we have?” Abs’ bravery, she says, has helped her deal with her own cancer. “My attitude is my son is extremely ill and fighting for his life – I’ve just got breast cancer,” she said. “I’m very, very positive when it comes to myself because I have seen for myself what these children – my son included – go through. I feel like in comparison I’m not going through a lot. They go through so much more and they do it with a smile on their faces, always happy.” Amanda is separated from her children’s father and lives with her kids in Spain. Usually, she works as a translator for other expats but is out of work due to her illness. While she does receive free medical care, she does not get much in the way of benefits, so her best friend, Natalie Hancock, is raising money to help the family get by during this difficult time. Twenty percent of the money raised will go to the volunteers at Abs’ oncology ward who provide books and toys for the children. Natalie also hopes to send the family to Euro Disney when they are better. The weeks, months, and years ahead may be uncertain and frightening, but Abs and Amanda know there are many people all over the world supporting them.
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McLeod Health Cancer Center
 
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The McLeod Cancer Center for Treatment and Research is fully equipped for the most comprehensive treatment of all cancers through surgery, chemotherapy, and radiation. The McLeod Cancer Center is the region's only program approved as a "Community Hospital Comprehensive Cancer Program" by the American College of Surgeons. * All McLeod medical oncology and radiation oncology physicians are board certified. * Providing care to patients newly diagnosed with cancer, currently in active treatment, or who require hospice care. * Outpatient Chemotherapy Department for medical oncology and other cancer treatments. * Designated an accredited cancer treatment center by the Commission on Cancer of the American College of Surgeons since 1977.
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Reagan's Story
 
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Elliott Bay Productions produced, directed and edited, "Reagan's Story" to benefit uncompensated care at Seattle Children's Hospital. This 5-minute video shares the story of Reagan, a heart patient, who beat all odds to live.
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Health Alert: Oncology Social Worker
 
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Cancer patients need emotional support as much as physical care. As News 13's Jay Siltzer explains in today's Health Alert, that's why one local hospital now has a certified oncology social worker on staff. Linda Louzon is on the path to recovery with help from her husband John. Still, they can't forget what happened almost one year ago. Linda, cancer survivor, "when my doctor informed me it was breast cancer, it's incredible how that kind of news can just shut a person down." John, Linda's husband, "I was speechless and shocked." Linda, "fear, wonder if I'm going to survive, thinking about my family." But Park Ridge Health Certified Oncology Social Worker Lauren Woodard began thinking about Linda. Lauren Woodard, LCSW, Park Ridge Health, "my goal is to meet the patient when they are diagnosed and to be a support during treatment and then offer survivorship resources after they are finished with surgery, radiation or chemotherapy." During sessions, Lauren helped Linda work through anxiety, depression and concerns about recurrence. Her husband John proved equally helpful, having walked this path with his first wife who died from cancer. John, "it was hard to keep on task and start thinking positive, but I said I've been there, seen it, done it and let's hope this is not the same journey." Lauren, "so many times the chemotherapy is the easiest part of the journey for some patients, it's the emotional aspect that really ongoing problems for patients." Linda, "Lauren has given me tools, education, ammunition to be able to fight my way out of this and look at the positive things of this and how to put this in my rear-view mirror." All while moving forward to a healthier tomorrow. Studies show demand for oncology social workers is increasing faster than most fields in health care.
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Clinical Trials: The Key to Progress
 
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From research coordinators to physicians and patients, it takes a team—like this one at the Seattle Cancer Care Alliance—to make a clinical trial a success.
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The Importance of Shared Decision Making in Cancer Care
 
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Thomas Butler, M.D., medical oncologist at the University of Southern Alabama, Mitchell Cancer Institute, discusses the importance of shared decision making in cancer care. To ensure that both the patient and the health care team is making a joint decision regarding treatment, it is crucial that both parties have an understanding of the benefits and side effects of treatment. Butler also mentioned that this conversation is important because quality of life should be a key factor in treatment decision making – especially when cure is not an option.
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cancer - esca
 
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The Role of an Oncology Pharmacist
 
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Track day 9-27-2012
 
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BMW Z4 M coupe at Pacific Raceways, Seattle Cancer Care Alliance benefit
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Seattle Collective Health medical cannabis and benefits of high CBD cannabidiol.mp4
 
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Seattle Collective Health, medical cannabis community for PTSD, fibromyalgia, crohns, migraine, aids, cancer, hiv, insomnia, glaucoma, multiple sclerosis, anxiety, epilepsy, arthritis, depression and chronic pain disorders.
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A Look at How CAR-T Cell Therapy Works
 
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The Food and Drug Administration has approved the first treatment that genetically engineers patients' own blood cells into an army of assassins to seek and destroy childhood leukemia. Here's a look at how the powerful CAR-T cell therapy works. (Aug. 30) Subscribe for more Breaking News: http://smarturl.it/AssociatedPress Get updates and more Breaking News here: http://smarturl.it/APBreakingNews The Associated Press is the essential global news network, delivering fast, unbiased news from every corner of the world to all media platforms and formats. AP’s commitment to independent, comprehensive journalism has deep roots. Founded in 1846, AP has covered all the major news events of the past 165 years, providing high-quality, informed reporting of everything from wars and elections to championship games and royal weddings. AP is the largest and most trusted source of independent news and information. Today, AP employs the latest technology to collect and distribute content - we have daily uploads covering the latest and breaking news in the world of politics, sport and entertainment. Join us in a conversation about world events, the newsgathering process or whatever aspect of the news universe you find interesting or important. Subscribe: http://smarturl.it/AssociatedPress http://www.ap.org/ https://plus.google.com/+AP/ https://www.facebook.com/APNews https://twitter.com/AP
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Defining Oncology Social Work
 
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Breakthroughs-Robotic Assisted Surgery at Moffitt Cancer Center
 
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Moffitt Cancer Center partnered with Breakthroughs to highlight the benefits of Robotic Surgery in lung cancer patients. This educational video will air in 50 states for one year.
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Energy Conservation for the Cancer Patient
 
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Laura Bouma is a physical therapist with the ACTIVE program at the Swedish Cancer Institute in Seattle. Cancer and cancer treatment causes patients to become fatigued. She shares tips for conserving your energy so you can perform daily tasks and to participate in activities you enjoy. To learn more about cancer rehabilitation services at Swedish Cancer Institute, please visit http://www.swedish.org/Services/Cancer-Institute/Services/Cancer-Rehabilitation
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Benefits of BPS Board Certification In Oncology Pharmacy
 
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ANDREA IANNUCCI, PharmD, BCOP Asst. Chief Pharmacist, Oncology and Investigational Drugs Services, UC Davis Medical Center 2018 CHAIR, BOARD OF PHARMACY SPECIALTIES (BPS)
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How to Live Longer - My Stem Cell & Ozone Treatments
 
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http://AMARegenMed.com My name is Ron and I’m in my eighth decade of life. This is my story of how to live longer. I’m here at AMA because they offer a number of longevity services, including stem cell therapy and ozone therapy, that I believe are very important to my long term health. I also, for longevity purposes, they have a focus on two things that after my own research I believe very strongly in and are how to live longer. These treatments are stem cell therapy and ozone therapy. The combination of stem cell therapy and ozone therapy will help me reach my goal which is 100 years old. After the ozone therapy treatment I notice I higher level of energy. They have me doing lots of longevity treatments and I have my own regiments of how to live longer that I follow so it’s all incremental. I use the word incremental because I am doing a number of longevity treatments here at the clinic. I think the main measurement would be my overall energy level is very high. I feel good all the time. When I tell people I am in my eighth decade of life there is a large amount of disbelief when I say that. I’ve also had some issues with skin cancer and they are also able to help me through their laser treatments. They are able to help me non-surgically to get rid of the skin cancer that I have. I also get great service and they are very accommodating of my hours so I can get the work done that I need to get done. The people at AMA are warm and friendly and very informative at all times. Stem cells and ozone therapy are my secrets of how to live longer. AMA Regenerative Medicine & Skincare Irvine / Newport Beach 949-428-4500 2302 Martin St. Suite 400 Irvine, CA 92612 Beverly Hills / Los Angeles 310-460-2444 6310 San Vicente Blvd. Suite 285 Los Angeles, CA 90048 LEARN MORE ABOUT HOW TO LIVE LONGER https://www.amaskincare.com/services/what-are-stem-cells-and-how-do-they-work/ SCHEDULE A FREE LONGEVITY CONSULTATION WITH OUR DOCTORS http://www.amaskincare.com/free-consultation-youtube/ CONNECT With US! Google+ http://plus.google.com/u/0/+AMASkincare Facebook http://www.facebook.com/AMASkincare Pinterest http://www.pinterest.com/amaskincare/ Instagram http://www.instagram.com/amaskincare/ Twitter http://twitter.com/AMASKINCARE
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Reiki benefits cancer patient
 
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Testimonials from two cancer patients about Reiki treatment. How Reiki helps them during the recovering process.
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Cancer Center Project Announcement
 
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Leaders from the University of Nebraska Medical Center and its hospital partner, The Nebraska Medical Center, announced today preliminary plans for a new cancer center at the medical center's Omaha campus. The cancer center would house research facilities, a multidisciplinary outpatient treatment center and clinic, and a new hospital tower. Medical center leaders call it the largest project ever proposed here. "We have some of the leading cancer experts in the world right here at this medical center," said Glenn A. Fosdick, president and CEO of The Nebraska Medical Center. "This project takes that commitment to the next level. Having all of our experts, patient care areas and research in one location is more convenient for patients and will allow medical teams to collaborate on patient care and the development of new treatment options." "This is a transformational project for all Nebraskans," said UNMC Chancellor Harold M. Maurer, M.D. "These facilities will elevate our cancer services, enhance our educational programs and provide a central location and synergy that not only will benefit our clinicians and researchers but most importantly, patients." The new cancer center would be built on the west side of the medical center campus. While details of the project are still being reviewed, plans call for three facilities — a multidisciplinary outpatient clinic, a 98-lab research tower, and a hospital tower with 108 beds dedicated to oncology patients. In addition to the cancer center, project plans also call for construction of a fourth building -- an ambulatory care clinic -- to be built near 42nd and Farnam streets. This building would provide outpatient clinic space for the medical center's various programs outside of cancer. The new cancer center does not have an official name yet. Medical center officials refer to it as the Cancer Center Project. The best layout of the three structures in the Cancer Center Project is still being studied and will be announced as more details come into focus. Building the new project will require the demolition of Swanson Hall and the parking structure to its south. New parking structures are part of the design for the new cancer center. The project does not call for any expansion west of Saddle Creek Road. Swanson Hall was built in the 1920s and currently houses offices for UNMC physicians, staff and researchers. No patient care is provided there Comprehensive Cancer Care The National Cancer Institute has given just 40 cancer centers in the United States the comprehensive designation. This new facility would be built with the goal of including UNMC and The Nebraska Medical Center in that prestigious group by the year 2020. "This kind of single-site facility is the future of cancer care and research," said Ken Cowan, M.D., Ph.D., medical director of the UNMC Eppley Cancer Center and oncologist at The Nebraska Medical Center. "Very few academic medical centers are positioned this well geographically and programmatically. We can provide an all-encompassing cancer center with great access, and more importantly, outstanding care and expertise." Economic Impact An economic impact study is being done as part of the proposal for the cancer center project. Medical center leaders expect the impact on the local economy to be profound with the project creating an estimated 1,200 new jobs by 2020 with an infusion of $100 million annually to Nebraska's economy. "This is a very collaborative effort to bring a sizable amount of economic development to our community and state," said Michael Yanney, local businessman and chairman of the UNMC committee for Campaign for Nebraska, the University of Nebraska Foundation's comprehensive fundraising campaign. "It will make the city and region a major player in cancer treatment and research." More than 85 percent of the project's costs are expected to come from private funds.
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The secret to self control | Jonathan Bricker | TEDxRainier
 
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Jonathan Bricker's work has uncoved a scientifically sound approach to behavior change that is twice as effective as most currently practiced methods. His new methods are driving new norms and new apps for how people quit smoking and decrease obesity, saving many people from an early death. Jonathan Bricker is an internationally recognized scientific leader in a bold approach called acceptance and commitment therapy. A Stanford researcher called his use of the approach “a breakthrough in behavioral research [that] has major public health implications for the major causes of preventable death.” Bricker and his team, having received $10 million in total federal research grants to study this topic, are rigorously testing this intervention on multiple platforms, including smartphone apps, websites, and telephone coaching. His SmartQuit app for quitting smoking was recently launched and is now in distribution worldwide. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
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Music therapy used to help cancer patients
 
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A cancer diagnosis is overwhelming in so many aspects. Staying positive and relaxed during treatment is a tremendous chore. But some hospitals are using music therapy to help patients combat stress. Subscribe to the "CBSN" Channel HERE: http://bit.ly/1Re2MgS Watch "CBSN" live HERE: http://cbsn.ws/1PlLpZ7 Follow "CBSN" on Instagram HERE: http://bit.ly/1PO0dkx Like "CBSN" on Facebook HERE: http://on.fb.me/1o3Deb4 Follow "CBSN" on Twitter HERE: http://bit.ly/1V4qhIu Get the latest news and best in original reporting from CBS News delivered to your inbox. Subscribe to newsletters HERE: http://cbsn.ws/1RqHw7T Get your news on the go! Download CBS News mobile apps HERE: http://cbsn.ws/1Xb1WC8 Get new episodes of shows you love across devices the next day, stream local news live, and watch full seasons of CBS fan favorites anytime, anywhere with CBS All Access. Try it free! http://bit.ly/1OQA29B --- CBSN is the first digital streaming news network that will allow Internet-connected consumers to watch live, anchored news coverage on their connected TV and other devices. At launch, the network is available 24/7 and makes all of the resources of CBS News available directly on digital platforms with live, anchored coverage 15 hours each weekday. CBSN. Always On.
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SCCA  | Doctor Videos | Seattle Production Services
 
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The Seattle Cancer Care Alliance Proton Therapy Center partnered with Creative Media Alliance to develop a series of physician profile and patient story videos, featuring the caregivers and services that help make the SCCA a comprehensive healthcare provider in the region. CMA is one of the premiere marketing and advertising companies in Seattle, WA. Our overall marketing capabilities, combined with an in-house video agency, allow us creative and budgetary flexibility that truly separates us from other Seattle video production companies. Our full service advertising agency features media buying and planning, web design and development, SEO, PPC, social media marketing, and a renowned branding company to go along with our television production and online advertising. Learn more at http://www.creativemediaalliance.com/
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Like Father, Like Son: Eric Trump Does Something Awful
 
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The Eric Trump Foundation may have funneled money from its children's cancer benefit back into the family business. Subscribe To "The Late Show" Channel HERE: http://bit.ly/ColbertYouTube For more content from "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert", click HERE: http://bit.ly/1AKISnR Watch full episodes of "The Late Show" HERE: http://bit.ly/1Puei40 Like "The Late Show" on Facebook HERE: http://on.fb.me/1df139Y Follow "The Late Show" on Twitter HERE: http://bit.ly/1dMzZzG Follow "The Late Show" on Google+ HERE: http://bit.ly/1JlGgzw Follow "The Late Show" on Instagram HERE: http://bit.ly/29wfREj Follow "The Late Show" on Tumblr HERE: http://bit.ly/29DVvtR Watch The Late Show with Stephen Colbert weeknights at 11:35 PM ET/10:35 PM CT. Only on CBS. Get the CBS app for iPhone & iPad! Click HERE: http://bit.ly/12rLxge Get new episodes of shows you love across devices the next day, stream live TV, and watch full seasons of CBS fan favorites anytime, anywhere with CBS All Access. Try it free! http://bit.ly/1OQA29B --- The Late Show with Stephen Colbert is the premier late night talk show on CBS, airing at 11:35pm EST, streaming online via CBS All Access, and delivered to the International Space Station on a USB drive taped to a weather balloon. Every night, viewers can expect: Comedy, humor, funny moments, witty interviews, celebrities, famous people, movie stars, bits, humorous celebrities doing bits, funny celebs, big group photos of every star from Hollywood, even the reclusive ones, plus also jokes.
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T6 Electrical Tester Helps Team at Cutting Edge Cancer Research Center
 
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http://bit.ly/2s5UL9a See how Fred Hutch's lead electrician uses the Fluke T6 Electrical Tester to save time while keeping the research center up and running. The facilities team at Seattle's Fred Hutch Cancer Research Center uses the T6 Electrical Tester to make fast voltage and current measurements without having to touch high energy conductors. The team uses FieldSense technology to perform critical measurements is a way that is faster, safer and easier than ever before. Learn more about Fluke's T6 Electrical Tester: http://bit.ly/2s5UL9a
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Advantages and Disadvantages of Self Funded Health Plans | Benefit Bits
 
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Industry thought lead and author John C. Garner, CEBS discusses the advantages and disadvantages of self sounded health care plans while he was attending the ISCEBS Symposium. (Book) Self Funding Health Benefit Plans: https://www.ifebp.org/bookstore/self-funding-health-benefit-plans/Pages/default.aspx For more about the ISCEBS Symposium: http://www.ifebp.org/symposium
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Music Therapy | When Music Heals | IN Close
 
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Music Therapy - Allistaire is four years old. She is spunky and loves music. Diagnosed with cancer at just 21 months, she has spent most of her life going in and out of cancer hospitals. Out of the daily exhaustive treatments that she receives, there is one that she looks forward to each week. It is her time with her music therapist, Betsy Hartman. Although, little known, the use of music for the purpose of therapy has been in practice for a long time. “Essentially, it is the use of music in therapeutic ways to address patients’ needs and goals,” explains Hartman, a board-certified music therapist, who works solely with patients in the Cancer Unit at the Seattle Children’s Hospital. Those needs can be physical or emotional. Watch more cancer stories at http://kcts9.org/cancer ___________________________ Connect with IN Close: Visit the IN Close webpage: http://KCTS9.org/in-close Like IN Close on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/KCTS9INClose Follow IN Close on Twitter: https://twitter.com/KCTS9INClose Subscribe to IN Close on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/KCTS9InClose This current affairs series was made possible by viewers like you. Thank you! ___________________________
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A Nurse's Story: From Caregiver to Patient at Methodist Health System
 
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Bernnie Kennedy, RN and Director of Cardiology and Nursing Supervision at Methodist Mansfield Medical Center, discusses his experience with Methodist Health System health coverage and benefits for their health care employees. http://jobs.methodisthealthsystem.org/
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Proton Therapy for Head and Neck Cancer
 
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http://www.sccaprotontherapy.com Proton therapy is radiation treatment that knows when to stop, so patients with head and neck cancer and other tumors can be on the go again. By precisely targeting the cancer, it avoids damaging the surrounding tissue. Using it, SCCA Proton Therapy Center in Seattle, Washington, has been able to help many head and neck cancer patients like Hank Davis.
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How Risky Are Vaccines?
 
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Thanks to Lynda.com for sponsoring this video! Visit https://www.lynda.com/earth for a 10-day free trial Thanks also to our Patreon patrons: - Today I Found Out - Jeff Straathof - Mark - Maarten Bremer - Duhilio Patiño - Alberto Bortoni - Avi Yashchin - Valentin - Nicholas Buckendorf - Antoine Coeur ___________________________________________ Want to learn more about the topic in this week’s video? Here's a keyword to get your googling started: herd immunity: immunity that occurs when the vaccination of a portion of a population provides protection for individuals who have not developed immunity ___________________________________________ Credits: Script Writer: Kate Yoshida (twitter:@KateYoshida) Script Editor: Emily Elert (twitter:@eelert) Video Illustrator: Omkar Bhagat (twitter:@TheCuriousEnggr) Video Director: Emily Elert (twitter:@eelert) With Contributions From: Alex Reich (twitter:@alexhreich), Henry Reich (twitter:@minutephysics), Peter Reich and Ever Salazar (twitter:@eversalazar) Music by: Nathaniel Schroeder: http://www.soundcloud.com/drschroeder _________________________________________ Like our videos? Subscribe on YouTube: http://goo.gl/EpIDGd And for exclusive early access to all our videos, sign up with Vessel: https://goo.gl/hgD1iJ Already subscribed? Help us keep making MinuteEarth by supporting us on Patreon: https://goo.gl/ZVgLQZ Also, say hello on: Facebook: http://goo.gl/FpAvo6 Twitter: http://goo.gl/Y1aWVC And find us on itunes: https://goo.gl/sfwS6n ________________________ References: Alecca, J. (2015, March 31). Measles vaccinations jump after scare, public dialogue. Seattle Times. http://www.seattletimes.com/seattle-news/health/amid-outbreaks-measles-shots-surge-27-percent-in-state/ Bohlke, K., Davis, R.L., Marcy, S. M., Braun, M. M., DeStefano, F., Black, S.B., Mullooly, J.P., Thompson, R.S. (2003). Risk of Anaphylaxis After Vaccination of Children and Adolescents, Pediatrics, 112, 815-820. http://pediatrics.aappublications.org/content/112/4/815.long Center for Disease Control (2015, August 17). Vaccines and Immunizations: Possible Side-effects from Vaccines. http://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/vac-gen/side-effects.htm Chapman University (2014). Social Reality Index. https://www.chapman.edu/wilkinson/_files/new%20research%20centers/babbie%20pics/social-reality-index.pd Chen, R.T. (1999). Vaccine risks: real, perceived and unknown. Vaccine, 17, S41–S46. Kimmel, S. R. (2002). Vaccine Adverse Events: Separating Myth from Reality. American Family Physician, 66, 2113–2120. http://www.aafp.org/afp/2002/1201/p2113.html National Safety Council (2015). Injury Facts. http://www.nsc.org/learn/safety-knowledge/Pages/injury-facts-odds-of-dying.aspx The University of Michigan C.S. Mott Children's Hospital (2015). National Poll on Children's Health: Safer, with More Benefits: Parents’ Vaccines Views Shifting, Volume 24 Issue 2. http://mottnpch.org/sites/default/files/documents/070615_vaccine_safety.pdf
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IPCR 2014 Symposium: Advances in Managing Localized Prostate Cancer Part 2
 
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Dr. Kenneth Russell: Proton Therapy: Up and Going in Seattle (continued) Dr. John Gore: Improving Treatment Outcomes by Assessing Quality of Care (Part 1) IPCR Symposium 2014: Advances and breakthroughs in prostate cancer research presented by the team at the Institute for Prostate Cancer Research (IPCR), a collaborative partnership between the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center (FHCRC) and UW Medicine.
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Animal Therapy for Cancer Patients
 
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Susan Hendricks gives us a look at volunteers using animal therapy for adults and children with cancer.
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Colonoscopy Live Stream Recap
 
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In honor of Colon Cancer Awareness Month in March 2012, Drs. Raman Menon and Nicholas Procaccini from Swedish Medical Center in Seattle hosted a livestream to discuss the benefits of colonoscopy, and why it is important that everyone at age 50 get screened. Patients at risk and those with family members who have had colon cancer may need earlier screening. For more information, or to see the full version please visit http://www.swedish.org/colonlive
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The Fred & Pamela Buffett Cancer Center
 
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The University of Nebraska Medical Center and The Nebraska Medical Center announced May 3, 2013 that their cancer center project in midtown Omaha has a name: the Fred & Pamela Buffett Cancer Center. The cancer center will be named for Fred and Pamela Buffett in recognition of a gift from Pamela Buffett, through her foundation, the Rebecca Susan Buffett Foundation, to the University of Nebraska Foundation. Pamela's husband, Fred "Fritz" Buffett, died in 1997 after fighting kidney cancer. Fred Buffett and Warren Buffett were first cousins. "We could not be more grateful to Pamela Buffett for her monumental gift," UNMC Chancellor Harold M. Maurer, M.D., said. "This is truly a transformational project that will enhance our international reputation and elevate our cancer program to a whole new level." "The Fred & Pamela Buffett Cancer Center places Nebraska firmly at the leading edge of cancer care, research and education," University of Nebraska President J.B. Milliken said. "This will allow us to attract the best and brightest faculty and students, and build on our significant strengths in cancer research to serve the people of Nebraska and the nation." "Few times, if ever, do we have the opportunity to embark on a project as ambitious as this," said Glenn A. Fosdick, FACHE, president and CEO of The Nebraska Medical Center, UNMC's hospital partner. "This center is critical to our community and region, and Pamela Buffett's gift will help to provide the very best care to untold numbers of cancer patients from Nebraska and around the world." The Fred & Pamela Buffett Cancer Center includes three areas dedicated to cancer: a 98-laboratory research tower, a multidisciplinary outpatient center and a hospital with up to 108 beds. In all, the cancer center's construction will cost $323 million, the largest project ever at the University of Nebraska. At the request of the donor, the gift amount will not be disclosed. The NU Board of Regents will formally vote on the naming at its June meeting. "Fritz fought a courageous cancer battle until the very end," said Omaha philanthropist Susie Buffett. "It is truly exceptional for Pamela to make this gift in his honor, for the benefit of potentially thousands upon thousands of cancer patients worldwide. These patients will benefit from the research advances that will be developed here, as well as the outstanding patient care that will be delivered." Ken Cowan, M.D., Ph.D., director of the Eppley Cancer Center, said the proximity of researchers and clinicians will hasten the transfer of scientific discoveries from the lab into new treatments benefitting patients. "The Fred & Pamela Buffett Cancer Center will allow the brightest minds in cancer research and care to collaborate on finding tomorrow's cures, specifying those treatments to each patient based on their unique condition," Dr. Cowan said. "In this facility, medical scientists will discover the next generation of cancer therapies targeted toward molecular changes in tumors, resulting in a treatment regimen individualized for each patient." Already, public support totaling $90 million has been pledged toward the project by the state of Nebraska, the city of Omaha and Douglas County. Private donors also have shown great support for the cancer center project, said Mike Yanney, chairman of the UNMC committee of the University of Nebraska Foundation's comprehensive fund-raising campaign, Campaign for Nebraska: Unlimited Possibilities. "Pamela Buffett's gift is extraordinary and reflects the tremendous support for this project," Yanney said. "The Fred & Pamela Buffett Cancer Center is another example of the tremendous public-private partnerships from which many worthwhile Nebraska projects have benefitted." Brian Hastings, president and CEO of the NU Foundation, said that the Fred & Pamela Buffett Cancer Center not only would house the best cancer physicians and researchers in the state, "it also will help us attract even more of them to Nebraska to find a cure. "I am grateful to Pamela Buffett for her gift and commitment to what will hopefully one day be an end to cancer," Hastings said. The Fred & Pamela Buffett Cancer Center is the largest facility of a $370 million project that also includes plans for updated ambulatory (outpatient) services at the Med Center. In all, the project will provide 4,657 new jobs to the metro area, infusing $537 million annually into the economy. Currently, planners are analyzing how the Fred & Pamela Buffett Cancer Center's floors and spaces will match up with space in adjacent buildings, including the Durham Outpatient Center and Durham Research Towers. The facility will be constructed at Dewey Avenue and Durham Research Plaza (45th Street), where Swanson Hall currently is located. Demolition of Swanson Hall will begin later this spring, with construction of the Fred & Pamela Buffett Cancer Center to begin in the summer. http://www.cancercenternebraska.com
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Bladder Health & Control
 
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Learn how to improve your bladder health!
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Margin Probe Takes Guesswork out of Breast Cancer
 
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The waiting is the hardest part, it may seem to women undergoing surgery for breast cancer. Now a new tool takes the guesswork out. Marginprobe is an intraoperative device that can tell doctors whether cancer is still present at the edge of a tumor. “If you touch the specimen and it has cancer there you go back and take a little bit more tissue before you close, before you wake that patient up,” says Dr. David Rock, who is a surgical breast oncologist on medical staff of Lee Memorial Health System. Without an instant assessment, about 1 in 4 women will need follow-up surgery to remove more tissue. As part of a lumpectomy, a clear space, or margin, is required before patients are considered cancer free. “Ideally the tumor would be in the very center, you’d have normal tissue all the way around it, so you’d have normal tissue with the margins. If there’s cancer at the margin, they’re worried that you cut through cancer and left cancer on the other side,” says Dr. Rock. The Marginprobe is being called a game-changer. Instead of going back for more surgery days after their lumpectomy, the device gives a read in minutes. Available through the Regional Cancer Center, it almost assures patients are ‘one and done’. “Once we have the specimen out, the device touches against the specimen and shoots a radio-frequency beam into the specimen, and depending on how that reflects back, can tell us whether or not there’s cancer at the edge of the specimen,” says Dr. Rock. Only a few centers offer this instant ability to probe for answers. “That again will hopefully drop our need to go back to the operating room down to zero,” says Dr. Rock. Traditional pathology is still used to confirm the OR findings, so that nothing slips through the cracks. View More Health Matters video segments at leememorial.org/healthmatters/ Lee Memorial Health System in Fort Myers, FL is the largest network of medical care facilities in Southwest Florida and is highly respected for its expertise, innovation and quality of care. For nearly a century, we’ve been providing our community with everything from primary care treatment to highly specialized care services and robotic assisted surgeries. Visit leememorial.org
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2012 Holiday Gift Giving Initiative at the Boston Medical Center to Benefit Pediatric Patients
 
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The Millennium Holiday Gift Giving initiative allows employees the opportunity to sponsor the gift wishes of pediatric patients at the Boston Medical Center (BMC). This year we gave gifts to over 200 patients.
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1st Annual SMooCH Seattle Musicians for Children's Hospital
 
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SMooCH - Seattle Musicians for Children's Hospital The event was held December 7th, 2012 at The Triple Door, Seattle WA. Seattle's music community is coming together for a night of music to celebrate and support the extraordinary work that Seattle Children's Hospital does for all children, regardless of means or circumstances. Children's Hospital is an extremely important community asset that provides incredible care and hope for all kids. Line-up: Brad: Stone Gossard, Shawn Smith; Chris Friel Orchestra w/special guests Pete Droge & Carrie Akre; Stag; The Young Evils; The Sangster Family Band; Rachel Flotard For more information visit: https://www.facebook.com/pages/SMooCH-Seattle-Musicians-for-Childrens-Hospital/448355188535107 To Donate driectly: http://giveto.seattlechildrens.org/page.aspx?pid=473&tab=0&erid=49557&frsid=74
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China, US should Cooperate for Mutual Benefits and Win-win Results
 
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China and the United States should cooperate for mutual benefits and win-win results, Harry Shum, Microsoft's executive vice president of Technology and Research, told China Central Television (CCTV) after Chinese president Xi Jinping toured the Microsoft Envisioning Center on Wednesday. "The Microsoft employees are happy. They voluntarily stood along the street to welcome the President to Microsoft,” said Shum, who received Chinese President Xi Jinping and his wife Peng Liyuan. During the visit, Shum introduced the first in a series of high-tech products, including Microsoft HoloLens, a holographic computer; a real-time meteorological data visualization system; and ecosystem hardware made by Chinese engineers using Microsoft technology. "I think this year’s U.S.-China Internet Industry Forum is the most distinctive as it has high-level participants. For example, President Xi met 28 CEOs, which was not the same in the past. Secondly, President Xi visited Seattle and participated in the forum. He brought the U.S.-China Internet Industry Forum to a higher level,” said Shum. Chinese and U.S. companies signed seven agreements in the high-tech field during the forum. "President Xi said the both China and the U.S. are Internet giants. China has the largest number of Internet users, about 60 to 70 million users, while the U.S. is the birthplace of Internet. It has the most advanced Internet technology. The two countries should cooperate for mutual benefits and win-win results,” said Shum. More on: http://newscontent.cctv.com/NewJsp/news.jsp?fileId=318047 Subscribe us on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCmv5DbNpxH8X2eQxJBqEjKQ CCTV+ official website: http://newscontent.cctv.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/cctv-news-content? Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/CCTV/756877521031964 Twitter: https://twitter.com/NewsContentPLUS
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After Her Father's Death, Duke University Employee Rethinks Retirement
 
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Duke Cancer Institute regulatory coordinator Megan Houpe, 31, shares how her father's premature death made her think about retirement and how she changed her planning because of it. Duke employees can learn more about retirement savings, investment strategies, credit card debt and more during Duke Human Resources' Financial Fitness Week, which offers free workshops and seminars May 18 to 21: http://www.hr.duke.edu/financialfitness
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Kevin’s Answer │ Proton Therapy for Prostate Cancer - Chinese Subtitles
 
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https://www.sccaprotontherapy.com/cn/advantages-benefits/ Kevin Duncan chose to take charge of his prostate cancer, after he was diagnosed with it while working in Bangkok, Thailand. Promptly flying home with many questions in mind, he decided to conduct internet research that led him to one answer—proton therapy. Soon thereafter, he met radiation oncologist Dr. Jing Zeng at SCCA Proton Therapy Center in Seattle, Washington. The two formed a bond—and developed a treatment plan utilizing precision radiation that has today made the cancer feel like a distant memory. It has given Kevin all of his energy back, while giving him all of the hope he needs to move forward.
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