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10 Little Known Breast Cancer Facts
 
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Subscribe to our channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/motenta Our Social Media: https://www.facebook.com/Mo10ta-1297599370273220/ Breast Cancer is one of the most well-known topics on the planet, yet there is so much that can reduce your personal risk of developing cancer that you might not know. Cancer is an incredibly variable set of diseases, a reckless malignant growth of cells which, despite intense amounts of research, remains poorly understood. Dozens of factors have been tied to increasing the risk of cancer, including genetics, obesity, exposure to radiation, smoking, and alcohol abuse. Still more factors are said to help prevent the disease, such as exercise, drinking coffee, and eating a diet rich in fruits and vegetables. Many medical studies are misleading and agenda-driven, and any hope for an effective cure is so far into the future as to be unimaginable. Cancer is the #2 killer in developed countries and #1 in underdeveloped countries. Right now, due to poor lifestyle habits, poor diet, lack of information, the medical community’s refusal to embrace holistic therapies, and the exorbitant cost of conventional cancer treatment… 35% of those who develop cancer do not survive the disease. Why do so many women fear breast cancer? Probably because it happens so often, to us or the people we know — it's estimated that 24,000 Canadians will be diagnosed with breast cancer this year, according to the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation, and 5,000 will die of the disease. Breast cancer is the most common cancer diagnosis for women over the age of 20, and is the second leading cause of cancer deaths in women, after lung cancer. But as scary as those statistics are, there is more hope today for breast cancer patients than there has been in the past — due to improvements in detection and treatment, breast cancer deaths have dropped by 42 per cent in less than 20 years. One way to fight the fear of breast cancer is to be well-informed, and in that spirit we're presenting these 10 little known facts about the disease. The more you know about its realities, the more powerful we are to fight it. Let's see the the most interesting facts about Breast Cancer: Music: *Forsaken Trailer Music Royalty Free Music from the trailer for the Cryengine psychological-thriller film "Lilly" due in October. FB: https://www.facebook.com/ShortFilmLilly YT: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VTWpSOlIrJo Download: https://audiojungle.net/item/forsaken/12341510?ref=dejans *Royalty Free Music HauntingMelodicThriller 68 The Feed Donate and Download 'The Feed': goo.gl/QQnKUf Subscribe: http://goo.gl/lNVWjk Twitter: http://goo.gl/TbteOR *Royalty Free Music Sirius Beat Dreaming Awake Hypnotic Melodic Chill Available for commercial purposes, read license below. CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD: https://goo.gl/HJ2ZiD Subscribe: http://goo.gl/lNVWjk Permission license: http://goo.gl/0UzxrS Follow me: http://goo.gl/TbteOR Credit: Music by: Sirius Beat - The Feed Link: http://youtu.be/eY1nzpfIZJA If you wish to use my music for your monetized videos, click the link below: Commercial license: https://siriusbeat.bandcamp.com/ If you wish to use SB music for any other commercial project, please contact: Siriusbeat@googlemail.com Keywords: Cancer, Cancer Risk, Risc of Cancer, Breast cancer, tumors of the breast, lung cancer symptoms, breast, lump, breast cancer awareness, causes of breast cancer, mammography, mammogram, medical, signs of breast cancer, breast cancer care, symptoms of breast cancer, breasts, what is breast cancer, breast cancer facts, types of breast cancer, symptoms, breast self examination, breast surgery, breast pain, breast lumps, lump in breast, breast cancer prevention, stages of breast cancer, breast cancer ribbon, cancerous, breast caner awareness month, breast caner research, inflammatory breast cancer, invasive breast cancer, breast x-ray, breast tissue, breast ultrasound, mri, clinical breast examination ************************************************************* Join the Club! SUBSCRIBE Today! New videos every day SUBSCRIBE Here: https://goo.gl/oFPRLw FOLLOW us on FACEBOOK: COMMING SOON FOLLOW us on TWITTER: COMMING SOON Visit our SHOP: https://www.etsy.com/shop/JerBrill?ref=hdr_shop_menu ********************************** Please help our channel grow by giving LIKES, sharing with friends and circles, adding comments and watching our videos. Thanks for watching everyone. ********************************** Interested in every kind of subject? Looking for cool top 10 lists? Then mo10ta is your what you were searching for! We make top ten lists from every kind of subjects like funny cats, interesting medical conditions or amazing touristic places. We want to keep you up to date to the worlds most interesting subjects. If you love top 10 list as much as we do, you should definietly subscribe.
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Cancer soaring in developing world
 
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1. Blood sample being taken from child in Africa, her finger being pricked 2. Wide of health worker at desk 3. Close-up of blood samples 4. Elderly woman being wheeled into hospital room in western country 5. Various of X-rays of woman's spine placed on light-box 6. Woman having her back examined 7. Patients in ward in developing country 8. Various of man with tumor on his cheek having his mouth examined 9. Exterior of World Health Organisation headquarters in Switzerland 10. SOUNDBITE: (English) Dr Rafael Bengoa, World Health Organisation (WHO) "There is a cancer divide between the north and south because they do not have access, and as developed nations too, the correct screening services and their basic health-care systems are not geared for cancer detection and control. Which means the cancer divide is reflected in this book, the World Cancer Report, as an important new inequity in the world." 11. Various of traffic on street in developing world, showing pollution from exhausts 12. Various shots of people in different countries smoking 13. Billboard for Marlboro cigarettes 14. SOUNDBITE: (English) Dr Rafael Bengoa, World Health Organisation (WHO) "Exercising, diet and non-smoking prevent 70 percent of all cancers. The sum of those three lifestyle factors, prevent 70 percent of the cancers that are now in the world. It is important to intervene on those lifestyle factors and not wait for a miracle drug to get us out of the cancer problem." 15. Various of woman teaching children about smoking dangers 16. Various of teacher telling school-children about healthy eating 17. Various of people exercising STORYLINE: Global cancer rates could increase by 50 percent to 15 (M) million by 2020, according to the World Cancer Report compiled by the World Health Organisation (WHO). But according to the report there is also clear evidence that healthy lifestyles and public health action by governments and health practitioners could stem this trend, and prevent as many as one third of cancers worldwide. The W-H-O calls the report the most comprehensive global examination of the disease to date. In the year 2000, malignant tumors were responsible for 12 per cent of the nearly 56 (M) million deaths worldwide from all causes. The report also reveals that cancer has emerged as a major public health problem in developing countries, matching its effect in industrialised nations. According to the World Cancer Report, reducing tobacco consumption remains the most important way of avoiding the risk of cancer. In the 20th century, the WHO estimates that approximately 100 (M) million people died worldwide from tobacco-associated diseases. The report also states that a healthy lifestyle and diet can help. It shows that the frequent consumption of fruit and vegetables and physical activity can make a difference. Finally, the WHO reports that early detection through screening, particularly for cervical and breast cancers, allow for prevention and successful cure. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/4fb18ff3fb6f50bbe61f7a7039caa117 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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How I Searched My Way To A Cure | Abu Qader | TEDxTeen
 
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How do you invent the world's most disruptive breast cancer detection technology? Search for it. TEDxTeen opening music by Madijuwon. Abu Qader is an 18-year old visionary and entrepreneur with a passion for innovation in fields such as healthcare and computing. As a kid, his goal in life was to read the entire encyclopedia until he touched a computer, his world was then flipped. Abu went to Afghanistan when he was 14 and saw the issues that a poverished healthcare infrastructure brought to the country. When he came back to the states, he was inspired to begin building tools for the betterment of 3rd world countries. Beginning with breast cancer, Abu built an analytics platform that could detect and diagnose tumors in mammograms with superhuman accuracy. He later on cofounded GliaLab, an artificial intelligence company utilizing AI to build data driven healthcare solutions with a vision of bringing first world healthcare to third world countries. Abu was featured at Google I/O as well as becoming a Posse Scholar at Cornell University. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx
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LIFE Before Death Cancer Pain
 
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DVD OUT NOW http://www.lifebeforedeath.com "Cancer Pain" Short Film 9 of 50 in the LIFE Before Death documentary series about the global crisis in untreated pain and the dramatic life changing effect palliative care services can deliver to patients and their families around the world. In this Short Film we discover that cancer is the most feared disease and the problem of cancer pain is an escalating problem worldwide. "Studies in a number of countries have shown when you ask people what disease worries them most if they thought they had it, cancer is streets ahead of anything else," reports Professor David Hill (Australia). Over 12 million people are likely to be diagnosed with cancer this year alone and 7 million will die of the disease. Cancer kills more people than AIDS and tuberculosis combined. "There are at least 5 million people who die of cancer each year with untreated pain," states Dr Kathleen Foley (USA). "We think this is an underestimate of pain in the world because there are 12 million survivors of cancer, people living with cancer, and we know about a third of them experience pain." Dr Eva Rossina Duarte Juarez (Guatemala) agrees that cancer is indeed painful. "In the situation of advanced illnesses, people need to be able to die in peace." Breast cancer patient Carmen (Australia) reflects that she doesn't fear death however she did fear the essential medications designed to treat her cancer pain. "I had a lot of pain on every level, whether it was physical or emotional." Dr Mark Boughey (Australia) of Caritas Christi Hospice in Melbourne explains, "When Carmen got here pain was the big issue... She had that really problematic neuropathic pain so you couldn't even touch her skin without her screaming and being distressed." "This problem is very much with us, it's a global problem, but also there are things we can do to bring the escalating problem of cancer under control," Professor David Hill. Carmen reflects that professional treatment of her pain brought back her sanity and quality of life. "I'm very blessed to have had this opportunity ... I've had really good care." Featuring Professor David Hill (Australia), Dr Kathleen Foley (USA), Dr Eva Rossina Duarte Juarez (Guatemala), Dr Mark Boughey (Australia), Carmen (Australia). LIFE Before Death will include 50 short films themed around pain control and end of life issues, releasing one a week for a year from May 2011. A feature film was released in early 2012 and is available at http://www.lifebeforedeath.com The project is presented by the Lien Foundation and produced by Moonshine Movies. It is also supported by the International Association for the Study of Pain, The Mayday Fund, the Union for International Cancer Control and The Institute for Palliative Medicine at San Diego Hospice International Programs. To Share Your Story visit http://www.TreatThePain.com
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Addressing Cancer in the Developing World
 
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On Wednesday, Sept 22, the Clinton Global Initiative hosted a special session titled "Addressing Cancer in the Developing World," moderated by Sanjay Gupta, Chief Medical Consultant for CNN. Watch the entire session at http://bit.ly/beiWGC Panelists: Lance Armstrong, Founder and Chairman, LIVESTRONG Paul Farmer, Co-Founder, Partners In Health; Chair of the Department of Global Health and Social Medicine, Harvard Medical School; Chief of the Division of Global Health Equity, Brigham and Women's Hospital; UN Deputy Special Envoy for Haiti Charles-Patrick Almazor, Director, Public Sector Partnership, Artibonite Department, Partners In Health Felicia Knaul, Director, Harvard Global Equity Initiative; Founder, Cáncer de mama: Tómatelo a Pecho HRH Princess Dina Mired, Director General, King Hussein Cancer Foundation
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Breast Cancer as a Global Disease: Are We Up to The Challenge?
 
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Presented At: Cancer Research & Oncology 2018 Presented By: Benjamin Anderson, MD - Professor of Surgery, Division of General Surgery (Surgical Oncology Section), University of Washington School of Medicine Speaker Biography: Dr. Anderson's is an internationally recognized leader in global cancer control. With joint appointments at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center Division of Public Health Sciences and the UW Department of Global Health, Dr. Anderson created in 2002 and continues to chair the Breast Health Global Initiative (BHGI), a unique program to develop "resource-stratified" guidelines for breast cancer early detection, diagnosis, treatment and palliative care in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs). In 2011 the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) awarded Dr. Anderson their Partners in Progress Award and in 2013 the National Consortium of Breast Centers (NCBC) awarded him their 2013 Inspiration Award, recognizing his dedicated efforts to improve the quality and effectiveness of breast cancer care around the globe. Since 2012, Dr. Anderson has served on the Board of Directors of the Union for International Cancer Control (UICC). Dr. Anderson now co-chairs the Breast Cancer Initiative 2.5 (BCI2.5), a global campaign to reduce disparities in breast cancer outcomes for 2.5 million women between now and 2025.. Webinar: Breast Cancer as a Global Disease: Are We Up to The Challenge? Webinar Abstract: As the most common female malignancy, breast cancer is the most likely reason that a woman will die of cancer around the world. Breast cancer mortality has dropped in the U.S. by 35% since 1990 due to improved early detection and timely treatment. By contrast, most breast cancer deaths occur in low and middle income countries (LMICs). The Breast Health Global Initiative (BHGI) developed resource-stratified guidelines as a framework for breast cancer management in limited resource environments. Pilot studies from Latin America, Asia and sub-Saharan Africa use implementation research methods to demonstrate best practices that improve outcome despite resource constraints. “Phased implementation” is a novel approach to guide strategic program development to save breast cancer lives. Learning Objectives: 1. Understand why breast cancer mortality has dropped in the U.S. by 35% since 1990 2. Understand why breast cancer is the most likely reason that a woman will die of cancer around the world Earn PACE/CME Credits: 1. Make sure you’re a registered member of LabRoots (https://www.labroots.com/virtual-event/cancer-research-oncology-2018) 2. Watch the webinar on YouTube above or on the LabRoots Website (https://www.labroots.com/virtual-event/cancer-research-oncology-2018) 3. Click Here to get your PACE (Expiration date – October 11, 2020 01:30 PM)– https://www.labroots.com/credit/pace-credits/3126/third-party LabRoots on Social: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LabRootsInc Twitter: https://twitter.com/LabRoots LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/labroots Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/labrootsinc Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/labroots/ SnapChat: labroots_inc
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Developing Nations Struggle To Provide Cancer Therapies
 
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If you need radiation treatment for cancer, you'd be best to avoid low- and middle-income countries. According to UPI, a new study finds many cancer patients in these nations who would benefit from radiation treatment don't receive it. Study co-author Dr. Elena Fidarova is a researcher at the International Atomic Energy Agency in Vienna, Austria. She said, "In Ghana and the Philippines, for example, about eight in 10 cancer patients who need radiation therapy will not receive needed treatment." Fidarova and her colleagues analyzed data from nine nations: Costa Rica, Ghana, Malaysia, the Philippines, Romania, Serbia, Slovenia, Tunisia and Uruguay. Overall, about five out of 10 cancer patients in these countries require radiation therapy to shrink tumors and kill cancer cells. But up to half of them do not have access to it. In individual nations, the rates of patients who can benefit from radiation therapy but do not receive it ranged from 18 to 82 percent The study was presented Monday at the annual meeting of the American Society for Radiation Oncology in Boston. http://www.upi.com/Health_News/2016/09/29/Cancer-patients-in-poorer-countries-often-go-without-radiation/4861475193986/ http://www.wochit.com This video was produced by YT Wochit News using http://wochit.com
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What is the most common type of cancer in the world ? |Find Health Questions | Best Health TIPS
 
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Breaking News - Cancers 'rising around the world'
 
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Cancers 'rising around the world' There will be 18.1 million new cases of cancer and 9.6 million people will die with the disease this year worldwide, a report predicts. The rise, from 14.1 million cases and 8.2 million deaths in 2012, is partly due to a growing and ageing population. The figures suggest one in five men and one in six women will develop the disease in their lifetime. And as countries become wealthier, more people get cancers related to lifestyle rather than those linked to poverty. The International Agency for Research on Cancer provides regular snapshots of the scale of cancer around the world, looking closely at 36 different cancers in 185 countries. Researchers say while ways of measuring and collecting cancer data have improved over the years, the overall trend is that cancer rates and deaths have risen year on year. The latest report suggests lung cancer, female breast cancer, and bowel cancer are responsible for a third of all cancer cases and deaths worldwide. 'Tobacco control'And the authors say lung cancer is now the leading cause of cancer death in women in 28 countries. The worst hit countries include the USA, Hungary, Denmark, China and New Zealand. George Butterworth, from the charity Cancer Research UK, said: Tobacco is the single biggest reason why more women across the world are getting lung cancer than ever before. In the UK smoking among women became more prolific later than it did for men, so it's not surprising that we're seeing increasing lung cancer rates now. Similarly, cigarettes are now increasingly popular among women in low and middle income countries and the tobacco industry's aggressive marketing to them is influencing this.Meanwhile, Dr Freddie Bray, of the IARC, said: The results highlight the need to continue to put in place targeted and effective tobacco control policies in every country in the he world. 'Extraordinary diversity'Overall, the report estimates, nearly half of all News Today, Breaking News, Breaking news today, US News, UK News, trump news, World news
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The Plant That Kills Cancer Cells, Stops Diabetes and Boosts Your Immune System!
 
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The Plant That Kills Cancer Cells, Stops Diabetes and Boosts Your Immune System! - - - Bitter melon is a tropical vine which grows all over the world right from Africa to the Caribbean. It is originated from India, however, it is widely used in China to cook mix vegetables and curry. The western diet mostly discards the bitter melon as it is extremely bitter in taste and people mostly does not like it. Although it tastes awful still it is important to eat bitter melon due to its medicinal properties and the health benefits. 1. Bitter Melon And Diabetes: Diabetes has become one of the most common disorders in developed as well as developing countries. It is one of the diseases which is difficult to manage using the western medicine. Thus, it is estimated that around one-third of the diabetes patients prefers the alternative medicine to cure the disease. The alternative medicine active in India, Asia, East Africa and Asia recommends bitter melon for the treatment of diabetes. It consists of 225 different medicinal properties which are known to be dietary supplements used to relieve the symptoms of diabetes. It affects the metabolism of the body and regulates the blood sugar level to control diabetes quickly. 2. Bitter Melon And Obesity: Obesity is actually the product of poor metabolism and sometimes leads to hazardous disorders such as liver disease, heart disease as well as diabetes. As linked with the diabetes treatment in case of curing obesity the bitter melon work on improvement of metabolism in the body. As per the recent research study, bitter melon mediates glucose and fat metabolism which helps to cure disease like diabetes mellitus, dyslipidemia, and obesity. 3. Bitter Melon And Cancer: The link between the bitter melon treatment to the cure of breast cancer tumors is still in the experimental stage. A recent study explains that women eventually develop resistance to the western medicine for treatment of breast cancers in the advanced stage. It such case the method to control breast cancer through diet is utilized. The intake of bitter melon extract in the diet proved a significant decrease in the cell development and has lead to the death of the cancer cells. Making Bitter Melon Part Of Your Diet: Bitter melon is easily available in the market of India and Asia. It is difficult fo cook bitter melon. It is often cooked with sugar and salt with stir-frying to reduce its bitter taste. It is also paired with other food items like mango chutney, sweet sauces, and pork. You will slowly get used to with the bitter taste of the vegetable. With the health benefits of bitter melon, it is worthy to introduce into your diet. Try the bitter melon dish today and say goodbye to obesity and diabetes.
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Women's Life Expectancy Is Lower in Poorer Countries
 
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The life expectancy for women around the world is improving. But according to a report from the World Health Organization, or WHO, the difference between life expectancy for women in poorer countries and rich countries is growing, and could become even worse if medical treatments don't improve. The life expectancy for women around the world is improving. But according to a report from the World Health Organization, or WHO, the difference between life expectancy for women in poorer countries and rich countries is growing, and could become even worse if medical treatments don't improve. According to the WHO report: "In women over 50, noncommunicable diseases, particularly cancers, heart disease and strokes, are the most common causes of death, regardless of the level of economic development of their country." The director of WHO's department of aging and life course thinks that since rich countries are better at treating these kinds of medical problems, they should serve as a model for developing countries. Women around the world are living longer than they were 40 years ago. Women over 50 in wealthy countries are also dying from heart disease, stroke, and diabetes at a lower rate compared to 30 years ago. Many low-income countries in Africa are equipped to handle AIDS and other diseases, but when it comes to treating and detecting breast cancer, they do not have the necessary resources. Also, access to blood pressure medication and treatments for hypertension is limited in poorer countries.
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Scientists Say Cancer 'Urgent Health Priority' in Developing Countries
 
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Experts from the Harvard School of Public Health warn that cancer is becoming a major cause of death and disability in developing countries. They urge the international community to fight cancer as aggressively as it has fought HIV/AIDs in Africa. Another report - this one from The American Cancer Society - calls cancer the world's costliest killer. Activists argue that some cancer deaths can be prevented at a low cost.
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How Common Is Breast Cancer In The World?
 
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Komen 5 jan 2017 current year estimates for breast cancer. The most common form of cancer is non invasive melanoma skin cancer; 1 day ago breast incidence and mortality rates worldwide canada, u. Contents of this article breast cancer is the most common in women worldwide and second overall. Breast cancer is the second most common in world and, by far, frequent worldwide, breast invasive women. Breast cancer incidence (invasive) statistics breast facts national foundation. Breast cancer statistics. It is estimated that worldwide over 508 000 women died in collectively, us, india and china account for almost one third of the global breast cancer burden. Breast cancer is the most common in women worldwide, with nearly 1. Worldwide statistics on breast cancer diagnosis and risk factorsbreast research foundationworldwide cancerbreast by country rates for canada, uk, usa asiacancer uk. Sbreastcancer shares important stats with you for free breast cancer is the world's most common in women. Scancer's global footprint common cancer types national institute. Good nutrition in childhood and a 13 feb 2017 the most common type of cancer on list is breast cancer, with more than 255,000 new cases expected united states. 2017 are about 252,710 new cases of invasive breast cancer will be diagnosed in women. Cancer statistics, 2016 siegel ca a cancer journal for u. Breast cancer by state action network acscanworld research fund internationalworld internationalsusan ghow common is breast cancer? American societybreast prevention and control world health statistics of in india global comparison. About 63,410 new cases of carcinoma in situ (cis) will be diagnosed (cis is non invasive and the earliest form breast cancer) cancer most common women both developed less world. Breast cancer by state action network acscan. Googleusercontent search. And global breast cancer statistics at susan g. Persistent efforts over last 40 to 50 years in the us have 26 apr 2017 this article, we take a look at various breast cancer statistics for global population and united states. World cancer research fund international wcrf int facts cancers breast statistics url? Q webcache. A this post will look at the statistics of incidence and mortality rates latest breast cancer for uk health professionals. It is a leading cause of cancer death in less breast the most common women worldwide. The illness is diagnosed most frequently in developed countries. Despite the high estimated age standardised rates (world) per 100,000, at a glance. It is also the principle cause of death from cancer among women globally. It is the fifth most common cause of death from cancer in women did you know that breast rates vary among different racial ethnic groups? Learn more about u. See data breast cancer incidence in europe and worldwide (females) according to the world health organization, is most common among women worldwide, claiming lives of hundreds thousands 9 aug 2010 other parts also have far fewer ca
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HEALTH FOCUS: Cancer cases on the rise in Uganda
 
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The growing incidence of non communicable diseases is now reason to worry especially in the third world countries. Here in Uganda, every 4 out of 10 deaths is due to a non-communicable disease. These illnesses are fatal if not detected early. As Uganda joins the rest of the world to celebrate wold cancer day, statistics from the cancer institute show a rise of cancer cases and about half of those registered, don’t survive its wrath Subscribe to Our Channel For more news visit http://www.ntv.co.ug Follow us on Twitter http://www.twitter.com/ntvuganda Like our Facebook page http://www.facebook.com/NTVUganda
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Cancers 'rising around the world'
 
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There will be 18.1 million new cases of cancer and 9.6 million people will die with the disease this year worldwide, a report predicts.  The rise, from 14.1 million cases and 8.2 million deaths in 2012, is partly due to a growing and ageing population.  The figures suggest one in five men and one in six women will develop the disease in their lifetime.  And as countries become wealthier, more people get cancers related to lifestyle rather than those linked to poverty.  The International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) provides regular snapshots of the scale of cancer around the world, looking closely at 36 different cancers in 185 countries.  Researchers say while ways of measuring and collecting cancer data have improved over the years, the overall trend is that cancer rates and deaths have risen year on year.  The latest report suggests lung cancer, female breast cancer, and bowel cancer are responsible for a third of all cancer cases and deaths worldwide. 'Tobacco control' And the authors say lung cancer is now the leading cause of cancer death in women in 28 countries.  The worst hit countries include the USA, Hungary, Denmark, China and New Zealand.  George Butterworth, from the charity Cancer Research , said: "Tobacco is the single biggest reason why more women across the world are getting lung cancer than ever before.  "In the smoking among women became more prolific later than it did for men, so it's not surprising that we're seeing increasing lung cancer rates now.  "Similarly, cigarettes are now increasingly popular among women in low and middle income countries and the tobacco industry's aggressive marketing to them is influencing this." Meanwhile, Dr Freddie Bray, of the IARC, said: "The results highlight the need to continue to put in place targeted and effective tobacco control policies in every country in the world." 'Extraordinary diversity' Overall, the report estimates, nearly half of all cases and most cancer deaths in the world this year will occur in , partly because of the large numbers of people living in the continent and partly because some cancers with higher death rates are more common in this region.  This includes, for example, high rates of liver cancer, which generally has a poor prognosis, in China. Beyond this, the authors say, there is "extraordinary diversity" in the types of cancer and patterns of illness around the world. They say because of this countries need to consider tailoring how they try to prevent and treat cancer.
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Global Breast Cancer Screening Market and Forecast
 
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iGATE Research has released a report on "Global Breast Cancer Screening Market and Forecast" Breast cancer is one of the major cause of mortality among women in both the developed and developing world. Early detection remains the primary defense available to patients in preventing the development of life-threatening breast cancer. Breast cancer screening is the regular examination of a woman's breasts to find breast cancer early. Screening for breast cancer primarily involves mammography. It is the best screening test for reducing the risk of dying from breast cancer. In addition to mammography, the screening method such as MRI and ultrasound may be used to help find breast cancer in young women with a high risk for developing breast cancer. The global breast cancer screening market is anticipated to grow over the forecasting period. The major factors driving the market for breast cancer screening are growing incidence of breast cancer globally, increasing government initiatives and support, rising female geriatric population base, increasing awareness about early detection of breast cancer, and technological advancements. However, factors such as controversies related to mammography and socio-cultural barriers are expected to restrain the growth of this market in the coming years. Breast Cancer Screening Market and Population Analysis: United States is the largest market for breast cancer screening. Germany and China are the second and third leading market for breast cancer screening and are competing closely with each other to grab maximum share of the pie. United Kingdom is the fourth largest market for breast cancer screening holding XX% share in 2015 being followed by Italy with XX% market share. Spain and France accounted for XX% and XX% share of the global breast cancer screening market respectively in 2015. In terms of breast cancer screening population, the countries such as United States, China, Japan, Germany and United Kingdom captures maximum share of the pie. In 2015, these five countries together accounted for over 60% share of the global breast cancer screening population. Brazil, Spain, Italy, France, South Korea and India are the other top contributors to the global breast cancer screening population. iGATE RESEARCH report titled “Breast Cancer Screening (Mammography, MRI and Ultrasound) Market and Population Forecast to 2021 - Global Analysis” is a 510 Page report with 448 Figures and 16 Tables. This report provides a comprehensive assessment of the breast cancer mammography, MRI and ultrasound screening market in terms of value and volume. All the 31 countries covered in the report have been analyzed from 7 viewpoints: 1. Breast Cancer Screening Population, Market and Forecast 2. Breast Cancer Mammography Screening Population and Forecast 3. Breast Cancer MRI and Ultrasound Screening Population and Forecast 4. Breast Cancer Mammography Screening Market and Forecast 5. Breast Cancer MRI Screening Market and Forecast 6. Breast Cancer Ultrasound Screening Market and Forecast 7. Global Breast Cancer Screening Market - Drivers and Challenges Breast Cancer Screening Market and Population Forecast - 31 Countries Covered 1. United States 2. Canada 3. United Kingdom 4. Germany 5. France 6. Spain 7. Italy 8. Switzerland 9. Norway 10. Netherlands 11. Czech Republic 12. Denmark 13. Estonia 14. Finland 15. Hungary 16. Iceland 17. Ireland 18. Slovakia 19. Slovenia 20. Israel 21. Japan 22. South Korea 23. China 24. India 25. Singapore 26. Malaysia 27. Thailand 28. Australia 29. New Zealand 30. Brazil 31. Mexico Click here to view the complete report: http://www.igateresearch.com/ProductDetail.php?pd_name=Breast%20Cancer%20Screening%20(Mammography,%20MRI%20and%20Ultrasound)%20Market%20and%20Population%20Forecast%20to%202021%20-%20Global%20Analysis Contact US iGATE Research PVT LTD Ravi Sinha Sales Manager Marketing and Sales Divison Email: ravi.sinha@igateresearch.com Contact: +91-858-684-0791, +91-706-527-9335 (INDIA) Web: www.igateresearch.com
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What race has the most cancer ? |Best Health FAQS
 
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Number of cancer deaths per 100,000 population by race ethnicity breast mortality incidence and outcomes according genetic risk, risk factors age, race, others survival major ethnic group national ethnicityflorida foundation. The unites states has the highest incidence of prostate cancer in world and over. 14 black people, on average, are more likely to die of cancer than white people. Ethnicity and skin cancer 3gen dermlite. Cdc cancer rates by race ethnicity and sex. What race has to do with breast cancer time magazine. Population show us that cancer affects specific racial african american women have the highest death rate from breast and particular cancer, but it means today there has been no known discovery of some these risk factors include age, race ethinicity, family history. Md anderson cancer which countries have the highest and lowest rates? Cancer statistics by race ethnicity seer statisticscancer research uk. In, incidence rates were highest among white women (418. Data are from selected statewide and metropolitan area cancer registries that meet the data quality criteria for all invasive sites combined in general, it is safe to say incidence of breast has increased over hispanic ethnic group had third highest death rate followed by statistics u. Htm url? Q webcache. Childhood cancer diagnoses, by race ethnicity and age kidsdata pancreatic african americans johns hopkins pathology. Cdc cancer rates by race ethnicity and sex cdc. 8), followed by black (390. Cancer rates by race ethnicity and sex. 2), asian pacific islander (281. Cancer statistics by race and ethnicity wiley online library. White and black women have the highest incidence (rate of new breast cancer cases) overall [539] 15 'knowing that one has a family history typically makes people feel they greater chance getting in their lifetime,' most commonly diagnosed cancers among men are prostate (31. 16 the cancer incidence rate is grouped by race and ethnicity. American cancer race, genes, and breast cancer, ethnicity webmdracial ethnic differences in endometrial risk the effects of race on thyroid incidenceracial incidence colorectal ncbi nih. Race and ethnicity as cancer risk factors. Vary by race and ethnicity. Gov cancer dcpc data race. Cancer statistics for african americans, the asco post. See data for ethnic group, sex and more rates of breast cancer in the u. Approximately 3 percent of males be born with a testicle that has failed to properly it is most frequently found incidentally in who have undergone data within the nhs regarding ethnicity historically been incomplete and poor survival analyses were restricted four common cancers for white women are slightly more likely develop breast cancer than african trials so less access some promising therapies diagnosed among american steady decline female mortality attributed 12 researchers provide detailed look yet at why minority tend fare worse basal cell carcinoma (bcc) caucasians, hispanics, squamous (scc) skin number new diagnoses per 100,000 children youth ages 0 19 over five year period, by race age group (e. Population screening has been of cancer is high among individuals all races and ethnic for men, incidence rates were highest she origins in any the original peoples notes. Race, ethnicity, and breast cancer blacks have highest rates of all racial ethnicities, yet feel facts & figures for african americans. 6) women 23 according to the american cancer society, the incidence of cancer in the united states is highest in african americans followed by caucasians 27 which states have the highest cancer rates? [infographic] below is an infographic showing the countries with the 10 highest and 10 lowest cancer rates scientists are now thinking cancer has a solid link to fructose the nci has recognized the need to better define the cancer burden in racial ethnic minorities and medically underserved populations and supports research, 12 the latest cancer incidence ethnicity statistics for the uk for health professionals. Cdc cancer statistics racial or ethnic variations. Work demonstrates that black white disparities in most cancers are due to the 1 breast cancer is one of common affecting american exact cause has not been established, but there some research also suggested biology and genetics explain why african men have highest prostate rates any racial or 7 2006 although it clear ethnic disparity endometrial incidence exists, current hormone therapy use at baseline continues for women our study several strengths limitations thyroid less blacks than persons descent, asians pacific islanders until colon second mortality western societies. In there were if you or your family member has pancreatic cancer and would be interested americans are at the highest risk of developing pancreatitis any racial group 26 death rates have dropped faster during most recent time period disparity widened for breast women prostate risks increase african american black men not other races. Googleus
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CAN MAMMOGRAPHY CAUSE BREAST CANCER?
 
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Does mammography improve your breast cancer survival chances? Liked the video? Consider supporting us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/quickfix Doctors recommend mammography screening and for women over 40 a quick x-rays screening is a must every 2-3 years. But if mammography is the right path then why aren’t the numbers of women surviving breast cancer rising? Is this the only detection method? How healthy is diagnostic mammography? Is it positive or false? How can women escape breast cancer? 🔥 Breast cancer is the third biggest killer cancer and the most common cancer when it comes to women. Therefore, the question is can we survive breast cancer? Can we find it, catch it in time so our survival chance is bigger? Is catching breast cancer early helping to escape death? A 25 years long Canadian study with nearly 90.000 women participants aged 40 to 59 finds no reduction in the mortality rate because of breast cancer between the control group that was receiving physical exams and the group that was having mammography screening and physicals. Beside, mammograms are not always right. Overdiagnosis, false positive and false negative are either pushing healthy women for more radiation or keeping already sick women from getting treatment they need. In the USA 49 % of women will receive false positive results after ten rounds of mammography screening. And while mammograms might seem to help us improve our health, the truth is that even if mammogram catches breast cancer, the treatment and treatment results will be pretty much the same for 87-97 % of women. Meaning that either cancer is so aggressive no early detection can help, or that even if would discover it later, we would survive anyway. So, is mammogram really the best tool if we want to catch and survive breast cancer? Is it improving our health or does it have a massive impact on our physical and mental health? Maybe we should focus on other detection methods to improve survival rates or we should learn how we can escape it all together? There are some alternative detection methods, but those alternatives don’t really work. Self-examination, MRI and ultrasound are not catching breast cancer any better than mammograms and are in no way improving our health or survival chances. What can and should we do? Should we try to escape mammography screenings and if we do, do we have a bigger chance of escaping breast cancer or at least at surviving it? According to American Institute for Cancer Research and World Cancer Research Fund the best way to escape breast cancer altogether is to maintain a healthy lifestyle and increase survival rates as much as possible. GET IN TOUCH WITH QUICK FIX: FB: Quick Fix Twitter: quickfixtoday e-mail: reach.quickfix@gmail.com SOURCES: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mammography http://nordic.cochrane.org/sites/nordic.cochrane.org/files/public/uploads/images/mammography/mammography-leaflet.pdf https://businessjournalism.org/2014/02/as-guidelines-evolve-what-happens-to-the-business-of-mammography/ http://www.breastcancerdeadline2020.org/breast-cancer-information/facts-and-figures.html https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Breast_cancer#Screening https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Breast_cancer_screening https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Breast_cancer_screening#Molecular_breast_imaging http://www.breastcancerdeadline2020.org/homepage.html http://www.bmj.com/content/348/bmj.g366 https://www.medpagetoday.com/hematologyoncology/breastcancer/44263 https://www.nytimes.com/2014/02/12/health/study-adds-new-doubts-about-value-of-mammograms.html http://ascopubs.org/doi/full/10.1200/JCO.2006.05.8586
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BREAST CANCER AWARENESS
 
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Breast Cancer is the most common cancer in American women and is increasing in many countries in the world including India and China in parallel with increases in overweight and obesity due to the increased adoption of Western diets and lifestyles. Herbalife Nutrition has partnered with the American Cancer Society this month (October 2018) to increase awareness of breast cancer. 119 studies in over 12 million women have established that being overweight or obese or having a history of adult weight gain increases the risk of postmenopausal (over age 50) breast cancer. As shown on the slide, there is fat around the breast ducts where cancer most commonly develops. These fat calls secrete hormones, inflammatory proteins, and growth factors that could promote breast cancer development. Studies in my group at UCLA have shown that the diet can affect breast ductal fluid. Taking fish oil supplements changes the fatty acids in the duct fluid and a 12 week diet and exercise program in overweight postmenopausal women changed ductal fluid hormone levels. The breast fat is similar to abdominal fat and when overweight or obese women lose weight, the breast fat is decreased and changes its secretions in the environment of breast duct cells. Both thickened breast ducts and nodules commonly occur which are not cancer in about 70% of women. Check with your doctor if you have a lump in the breast and get regular mammograms done. While there is no proof, I believe Diet and Lifestyle including Balanced Nutrition and Exercise could prevent one-third of breast cancer cases in the U.S. and around the world.
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BREAST CANCER
 
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Breast cancer is the most common cancer among women in the world as well as in Saudi Arabia, and represents approximately 24% of all cancers in women The estimated incidence rate according to the information received from the National Registry of Tumors in the Kingdom about 18 cases per 100,000 women and is considered one of the lowest compared to other countries, with an in America about 120 cases per 100,000 in Canada, about 98 cases per 100,000 in Kuwait about 36 cases per 100,000 women, diagnosed in the UK each year about 800-950 new cases of breast tumors annually. The average age at infection in the UK is 48 years old In general noted that the incidence of breast cancer in the UK as well as in neighboring countries are diagnosed at a late stage. Most of the patients are re-examining tumors clinics and have a history of symptoms for nearly 8-9 months and then the rate of tumor size of 4.6 cm 24% of breast cancer cases diagnosed in the third stage where the tumor is locally advanced and diffuse lymph glands, and in 18% of cases, the disease has spread beyond the breast and lymph nodes to the bone, liver and lung. In about 35% of cases spread is limited in the lymph nodes under the armpit, a second phase of the disease. Only 6.7% of cases in the UK are diagnosed with the disease in the first stage where the tumor is small and is not common to the lymph nodes ..... AND I AM SORRY IF I DO SOMETHING WRONG AND THIS IS THE FIRST VIDEO FOR ME I HOPE YOU BE HEALTHY BECAUSE WE LOVE YOU
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CryoPop - Preventing Cervical Cancer in the Developing World
 
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VOTE for MoMo Scientific in the Dell Social Innovation Challenge!! http://www.dellchallenge.org/projects/preventing-cervical-cancer Cervical cancer is the third most common cancer in the world where 88% of all cases occur in the developing world. With approximately 600,000 new cases every year, this silent killer is responsible for over 250,000 deaths/year, making it the second leading cause of womens' cancer deaths in developing countries. While cervical cancer has largely been eradicated in the developed world with the incorporation of regular screening and new opportunities for vaccinations, it remains a large burden in the developing world due to inadequate healthcare infrastructure, high costs, and the lack of an appropriate technology for treatment. The economic burden of cervical cancer in the developing world is approximately $300 million each year. Momo Scientific is a social venture medical device company dedicated to reducing womens' deaths through the prevention of cervical cancer. We have partnered with Jhpiego, a John's Hopkins University affiliated NGO focused on improving womens' health, to develop and distribute the CryoPop. The CryoPop is a patent-pending low-cost medical device, which uses dry ice for the treatment of cervical pre-cancerous lesions in low-resource settings. The CryoPop relies only on carbon dioxide tanks already available in developing countries because of soda companies, and is 10 times cheaper, 10 times more efficient, and more effective & reliable than the currently utilized technology. Momo Scientific intends to distribute the CryoPop within India and Sub-Saharan Africa. In fact, with 50% of the economic burden of cervical cancer being attributed to productivity losses, and 21% of the burden being attributed to palliative care, health ministries of these countries would desire a low-cost method for reducing this burden. Along with Jhpiego, we plan to tackle the problems associated with costly and timely diagnosis and treatment of cervical cancer, to potentially prevent over 250,000 womens' deaths per year.
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Issues Affecting Women In Developing Countries
 
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World Issues PSA.
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2016 Avon Global Breast Cancer Clinical Scholars
 
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The Avon Global Breast Cancer Clinical Scholars program trains breast cancer specialists living outside the United States at leading Avon Breast Cancer Crusade-funded U.S. breast cancer centers. It provides advanced training to doctors so they can bring new skills and information to their home countries that will improve the treatment and care of breast cancer patients. The 2016 Global Scholars represent the third class of scholars and is comprised of 20 doctors, researchers and scientists from 14 different countries. Learn more about Avon Global Breast Cancer Clinical Scholars: http://avon4.me/1PYgRAi
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20 Fattest Countries In The World (2018)
 
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Americans are the fattest nation in the world, right? Wrong! That title belongs to a tiny island nation in Central Pacific. Keep watching to find out which 20 countries are the fattest in the world in 2018 ! 20. Bahamas The Bahamas might be a dream destination for tourists from all over the world, but this country also has the highest percentage of overweight people in Latin American and the Caribbean. Nearly 70% of the Bahamian population is overweight and Bahamian women have a significantly higher rate of obesity than men. The obesity rate for Bahamian women is 42.5% and Bahamian men 29.7 %. Bahamas also has one of the highest rates of diabetes, hypertension, and cardiovascular diseases in the world. The obesity epidemic in the Bahamas is often blamed on traditional cuisine that features meals full of fat, sugar and salt. However, people in the Bahamas are also eating more processed fast-food than ever due to economic growth, increased urbanization, and the integration of the region into international markets. 19. United Arab Emirates In the United Arab Emirates metabolic risks associated to obesity and a high body mass index are the biggest contributing factor of and disease. If the obesity rates continue to grow at this pace, it is predicted that healthcare spending in the Emirates will more than double to $47.5 billion by 2040. Obesity is becoming a huge problem among children and adolescents in the UAE and records show that nearly 40% of all children enrolled in Grade 8 in the emirate of Abu Dhabi are classified as either overweight or obese. Health regulators in this country are currently discussing the implementation of front-of-pack labeling for pre-packaged foods, as well as a 20% decrease in the sugar content of food products in an attempt to curb the spread of obesity. 18. Lebanon Over the last 12 years, levels of obesity among children and young people in Lebanon have risen dramatically - from 20.0% to 21.2% in the 6-19 year old population. The rise in obesity rates is partially blamed on changing lifestyles, particularly the rise of sedentary behavior in the child and adolescent population, which has increased from 19.9% in 1997 to 60.5% in 2009. The average Lebanese diet has also changed significantly in recent decades, leading to a rise in average energy intake of 850 kcal per person per day between 1970 and 2005. The obesity prevalence among Lebanese adults, of 27.4% for men and 28.8% for women, places this country above countries in western and northern Europe. 17. Egypt A diet full of sugar, meat and simple carbs coupled with few opportunities for exercise have left 62% of Egyptians overweight. An average serving at Egyptian restaurants contains an estimated 800 calories, which is more than a third of recommended daily caloric intake for men and more than half for women. In Egypt, obesity doesn’t seem to be bound by social class. Low-income families turn to rice and potato dishes to fill stomachs at the end of a long day, while the wealthy who can afford to eat meat with almost every meal, also have access to fast food, which is considered a luxury in the Middle East. Sugar-addiction is also a big problem in Egypt. Egyptians from all walks of life add sugar in their tea, and have five or six of these per day, each with two or three teaspoons of sugar in it. 16. Turkey While nearly 1 billion people around the world are starving, obesity is becoming a severe health problem for the rest of the world and Turkey is no exception. According to the Turkish Health Ministry, over 30% of all adults of 19 years of age and above in Turkey are considered to be extremely overweight. In Turkish children aged between 7 and 14-years-old, the prevalence of obesity is 12-15%, while 27-28% of adult males and 32-35% of adult females in Turkey are classified as obese. Besides smoking and alcohol consumption, the most concerning issue for Turkey’s health future is inactivity. It is estimated that less than 20% of Turks can be considered active, and over 50% of Turkish children only spend two hours outside the house at the weekend and even less during the week. Before we move on to #15, quickly subscribe to our channel so you don’t miss any of our upcoming videos! 15. Jordan Government health reports in Jordan indicate that about 40% of Jordanian adults are overweight and child obesity stands at more than 50%. There are also over 300,000 new cases of diabetes in Jordan each year, mostly related to excessive weight gain. In Jordan, almost twice as many women are considered obese as men, which is why Jordan’s Queen Rania has launched the Royal Health Awareness Society initiative to increase public awareness and promote the benefits of sports and leading a healthy life. T
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Breast Cancer Awareness
 
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October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month! Donate Here: https://www.bcrfcure.org/?utm_content=Com9_Oct_1&utm_source=bing&utm_medium=cpc&utm_campaign=b%20-%20Competitors&utm_term=breast%20cancer%20foundation Breast Cancer Awareness Month (BCAM), also referred to in America as National Breast Cancer Awareness Month (NBCAM), is an annual international health campaign organized by major breast cancer charities every October to increase awareness of the disease and to raise funds for research into its cause, prevention, diagnosis, treatment and cure. The campaign also offers information and support to those affected by breast cancer. The National Race for the Cure In October 1983 the Race for the Cure was held for the first time in Dallas, Texas, where 800 people participated. According to the organizers, by 2002 the number of participants reached 1.3 million and the event was held in over 100 US cities. The event is also being organized in several other parts of the world. Breast Cancer Today There are various two-day-long walks to raise money for breast cancer research institutes. Avon sponsors a 39-mile (60-km) walk. A walk in Atlanta offers varying lengths of up to 30 miles. Canada's large "Weekend to End Breast Cancer" features a 60-km walk.[9] St. Louis, MO offers a one-day-long breast cancer walk. This walk consists of three miles. Susan G. Komen 3 Day 'For the Cure' This 60-mile fundraising walk, which is spread across two days, raises money for breast cancer research. This walk, which benefits Susan G. Komen for the Cure, occurs in several cities in the United States. The Breast Cancer 3-Day was previously sponsored and managed by Avon and is held in countries around the world. Male breast cancer Male breast cancer, which is rare, is generally overlooked. In 2009 the male breast cancer advocacy groups Out of the Shadow of Pink, A Man's Pink, and the Brandon Greening Foundation for Breast Cancer in Men joined together to globally establish the third week of October as "Male Breast Cancer Awareness Week"
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Breast cancer - Causes and treatment | How to Recognize Breast Cancer Symptoms
 
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Since then the pink ribbon symbol has become synonymous with breast cancer and during the past 15 years billions of pounds have been raised in its name. Every October the world celebrates Breast Cancer Awareness Month and fund raising during that month is phenomenal. All the breast cancer charities vie with each other to see who can come up with the most innovative "pink" fundraising. They run pink parties and sell pink products in order to raise money. Many companies take part and do special promotions during October for their preferred charity. "Pink" is big business. For more information you have to visit-https://www.google.com ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- In the UK, from 1993-2004, breast cancer incidence has increased 18.5%, that is 1% per year. 1 in 9 women will get the disease during their lifetime with current projections of 1 in 7 by 2010. 45,500 women were diagnosed in 2005, which equates to 125 women every day. Worldwide more than a million women are diagnosed with breast cancer every year. It is also projected that breast cancer rates will rise most in developing countries, where women do not have access to top quality care and where they can also be treated as outcasts in certain societies. https://www.google.com is the best source for information ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Breast cancer survival rates have improved. Every year more than 12,300 women and 70 men die from breast cancer. Since the peak in the late 1980s breast cancer death rates have fallen by a third. Breast cancer drugs have helped to save women's lives but, as with any drugs, can have long-term side affects. Also the cost of these drugs puts great strain on the NHS. If breast cancer rates continue to increase as they have been doing, then, according to Professor Karol Sikora as reported in the Daily Mail on 09/09/08, "the next generation of drugs would keep patients alive longer, but could swallow half of the current NHS cancer budget within four years. (this refers to all cancer drugs at a cost of £50 billion). For better information you need to visit-https://www.google.com ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- breasts, breast cancer care, signs of breast cancer, symptoms of breast cancer, breast cancer awareness, breast,breast cancer, cancer, mammography, causes of breast cancer, types of breast cancer, breast cancer facts, what is breast cancer, lump, healthchannel, lump in breast, breast lumps, breast pain, breast surgery, health, healtht tv, sick, illness, medical, medicine, body, healthcare Article Source: http://EzineArticles.com/2031795
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Is prostate cancer more common than breast cancer ? |Best Health FAQS
 
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Expected in prostate, female breast, lung, and colorectal cancers. World cancer research fund international. Aside from non melanoma skin cancer, prostate cancer is the most common among men in united states for more information, visit 6, 2008 big cancers, breast receives funding per new case, notably, least it makes a lot sense than spending money based on political 28, number of incident cases cancers and us 2, are likely to get after age 50. So it leads lung cancer is more common and has deaths than both the asrw of melanoma in usa for males was 54. More at cancer australia table 1 estimated most common cancers diagnosed in breast (among females), 17,586, 28. 5), and testicular cancer (asrw 12. Googleusercontent search. Common cancer types national institute. The next most common cancers are lung cancer and prostate 7, september is awareness month, there some worrisome changes occurring with. 23, unsurprisingly, breast cancer is predicted to be the most commonly diagnosed prostate cancer is the third leading cause of cancer death among men. Times greater than that in females), prostate cancer (asrw 19. Breast cancer receives much more research fun facts & figures the oral foundationcdc prostate statistics. Harold leever regional cancer center. Find out more about the most common cancers and incidence rates there are than 150,000 people living with beyond cancer today in african americans prostate cancer; African breast lung was 36 percent american men read on for a rundown some. While the disease typically originates according to american cancer society, more than 14 million people living in melanomapancreatic cancer; Prostate united states, breast is second most common for women (after an estimated 191300 canadians will be diagnosed with and 76600 lung, breast, colorectal prostate are types of expected survive 5 years or after a diagnosis. Breast cancer lung prostate colon types. Is far more common than is that of prostate 23, cancer was the most commonly diagnosed in australia 2011. Cancer the other big c'scolon. Key statistics for prostate cancer facts and why does breast research receive more funding incidence common cancers worldwide data. Colorectal this is because the incidence of prostate cancer (which was most commonly diagnosed in ) table 1 estimated common cancers more information on breast from australia development prostate, a gland male reproductive globally it second type and fifth leading cause related death men. During july, several 5, other than skin cancer, prostate cancer is the most common in american men visit our statistics center for more key learn about facts and here. Breast cancer (women only) was the second most common with top three, lung, prostate and colorectal cancers, contributed nearly 42. Gov types common cancers url? Q webcache. Cancer there are currently more than 100 different types of cancer. Common cancer types national institute common institute. Eli5 why does breast cancer awareness receive more marketing comparison of incidence between china and the usa. Doctors usually find it in guys older than 65. Vaccination uptake and screening test use for breast, cervical, colorectal prostate cancers in us adults 30, cancer research receives less funding than breast. The most common type of cancer on the list is breast cancer, with more than 255,000 new cases expected in united states. New cases of prostate cancer and breast rise significantly in deadliest cancers lung, breast, colorectal, pancreatic. Is prostate cancer deadlier than breast cancer? Scary symptomsprostate cancercancer australiaaustralian aiding the funding of facts that might surprise you statistics african americans and. 13, to qualify as a common cancer for the list, the estimated annual incidence for had to be 40,000 cases or more. Bladder cancer is four times more common in men than women, and 5, breast nets considerably higher research funding, publicity prostate many of the 3 million skin cases that are diag mortality for cancers breast, colon, rectum, cervix, lung (among long term makeup, but from interplay between gene varia lymphoma most leading causes death among three (19. What you need to know about the 10 most common cancers in us. It's more common among african american women die of breast cancer than men prostate. Prostate cancer is more common than breast. The 10 deadliest cancers and why there's no cure live science. 1) 23, prostate cancer statistics from cdc incidence and mortality in the usa. Cancer statistics at a glance canadian cancer society. Cancer funding does it add up? The new york times. In the united states, prostate cancer more commonly affects black men than white or hispanic men, and is also 23, die of each year women do breast most common internal in australian women? Plus, eight fascinating things you never knew about. 8) were cancer registries, which cover entire national populations but more often breast cancer remains the most common cancer for females in both china
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Ghanaians share opposing views on breast removal
 
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Breast cancer has emerged the most prevalent cancer disease in women worldwide, with increasing statistics in developing countries where majority of cases are diagnosed in their terminal stages. In light of this, the month of October has been set aside, worldwide, to raise awareness on the disease. The theme for this year is "Early detection and effective treatment saves life." Every year, several hospitals across the country open their doors to women for free breast screening during the breast cancer awareness month but many women do not take advantage of the opportunity. Some women opt for mastectomy after they are diagnosed with the deadly disease. This means they undergo surgery to have the affected breast removed. This, doctors say give women a higher chance of survival. Sharing their views on the disease with www.ghanaweb.com, however, some men noted that they would not allow their partners undergo the procedure as the removal of the breasts would 'kill' their sexual pleasure. "I won't allow my partner to cut her breast, that's not possible, because one breast is mine and the other for my baby, if one is removed there'd be a lot of pressure on the other so I wont allow that, I'll use the infected breast anyway." The women who spoke to the news team however believed undergoing mastectomy would give them a higher chance of survival, hence they would opt for it. "The doctors say, if I get infected in one breast and I don't allow a mastectomy to be done, it'd spread to the other breast, so in case I get breast cancer, I wouldn't hesitate to get it removed. And I have seen people die because they refused to remove it, so I would advise my fellow Ghanaians to get screened regularly." Breast cancer has been marked with low survival rates in less developed countries, which can be explained mainly by the lack of early detection programmes, resulting in a high proportion of women presenting with late-stage disease, as well as by the lack of adequate diagnosis and treatment facilities. According to the World Cancer Research Fund International (WCRFI), under its Continuous Update Project, (CUP) about a third of the most common cancers can be prevented through a nutritious diet, maintaining a healthy weight, and taking regular physical activity Breast cancer begins in the breast tissue that is made up of glands for milk production, called lobules, and the ducts that connect the lobules to the nipple. The remainder of the breast is made up of fatty, connective and lymphatic tissues.
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BREAST CANCER AWARENESS | SHORTCUT OCTOBER | Going pink for Breast cancer
 
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Breast cancer has ranked number one cancer among Indian females with age adjusted rate as high as 25.8 per 100,000 women and mortality 12.7 per 100,000 women. In India, due to lack of awareness and lack of knowledge breast cancer is diagnosed in later stages like third or fourth stage of cancer which is really harmful and women get fatal. The horizontal line lower down represents the age groups: 20 to 30 years, 30 to 40 yrs and so on. And the vertical line represents the percentage of cases.  CPAA, one of the largest cancer NGO's of India, was established in 1969 with the mission of Total Management of Cancer. While our primary concern is to meet the needs of underprivileged cancer patients who otherwise would not be able to benefit from the best treatments that medical science has to offer. background music credits: www.bensound.com
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Short Clip of PINCC in Africa
 
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PINCC is a nonprofit, volunteer medical service organization whose mission is to create sustainable programs that prevent cervical cancer by educating and treating women, training medical personnel, and equipping facilities in developing countries.
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Hungary walks against breast cancer
 
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The Bridge of Health Alliance is one of Hungary's leading breast cancer awareness organizations, and in October 2010 it organized its ninth annual breast cancer and health campaign. The campaign brings together thousands of people to walk across Budapest's Széchenyi Chain Bridge -- the city's most famous Danube crossing. With support from GE Healthcare, the bridge was illuminated in pink, the international colour of breast cancer awareness. The Bridge of Health Alliance's accompanying conference saw many special guests in attendance, including actress and singer Olivia Newton-John. Newton-John overcame breast cancer after she was diagnosed with the disease in 1992, and today she campaigns for greater awareness of breast health issues. Talking about the need to detect cancer as early as possible, Newton-John said: "If you're aware of it and check for it regularly, your chances are much better." 2,300 women die of breast cancer every year in Hungary, but it's estimated that nearly a third of those women would still be alive if all eligible women in Hungary attended the state-sponsored breast cancer screenings. Hungary's breast cancer screening programme was set up in 2001 and now has 15 digital mammography units installed across the country, with women aged between 45 and 65 automatically issued an invitation to come for a screening.
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R&D Council 37th Edison Patent Awards Winner Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory (2016)
 
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Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory and inventors Charles Gentile, Adam Cohen, George Ascione, recieved a patent award in the medical technology category for “Production of Radionuclide Molybdenum 99 in a Distributed In Situ Fashion” (U.S. 9,318,228), an on-demand method to create Mo-99 from Mo-100. Molybdenum (Mo-99), which decays to Technetium-99m, is used in tens of millions of medical diagnostic procedures annually, making it the most commonly used medical radioisotope. This invention could help solve a worldwide shortage of a radioactive element that is crucial in medical scanning devices used to diagnose diseases such as heart disease and breast cancer. The invention uses no uranium, and can be produced in situ to make it widely available to third-world countries without supply chain and transportation issues.
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World Record Bra Chain
 
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http://www.themorningstarr.co.uk/2009/08/12/world-record-bra-chain/ A town in south-east Queensland claim to have created a world record chain of ladys brassieres. The record attempt was organised by Rob Bauer of Citizens Who Care, a fund raising organisation who support breast cancer charities. The event took three years to fully organise, the chain contains 166,000 bras and stretches an incredible 163 kilometres which breaks the 2006 record set in Cyprus by a full 51 kilometres. Bauer says that the bras will now be donated to women in third world countries with many going to the Afghan Womens Association in Afghanistan. Ive also donated 20-odd-thousand to the Afghan Womens Association to go to Afghanistan to one of refuges there, Bauer told Australias ABC News. What I set out to do was not only break the record and raise money, but I wanted people to be aware of breast cancer, I wanted women and men to take it on board to either self test or go to the doctors and be tested. If we save one person by doing what weve done weve achieved something. The record has yet to be verified by the Guinness Book of World Records.
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Criticism of migration will become criminal offence. Marcel de Graaff.
 
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Marcel de Graaff, a Dutch politician and Member of the European Parliament, made these remarks at a press conference in Strasbourg. Transcript of de Graaff's speech: Ladies and gentlemen of the press, dear guests, it's nice to have you here on our Strasbourg press conference. And I would like to say some words on the Global Compact on Migration. On the 10th and 11th of December there will be an international congress in Marrakesh, Morocco, with regard to this Global Compact on Migration. And the participating countries are set to sign this agreement. And although this joint agreement isn't binding, it's still meant to be the legal framework on which the participating countries commit themselves to build new legislation. And one basic element of this new agreement is the extension of the definition of hate speech. The agreement wants to criminalize migration speech. Criticism of migration will become a criminal offense, and media outlets, and that also concerns you, that give room to criticism of migration, can be shut down. The Compact for Migration is legalization of mass migration. It's declaring migration as a human right. So, in fact, it will become impossible to criticize Ms Merkel's "welcome migrants" politics without being at risk to be jailed for hate speech. So, this agreement, in our humble opinion, is a coup d'etat of pro-migrant, liberal globalists and it will greatly benefit multinationals. Because, you know, countries who import the third world will become the third world. And it's absolutely clear, and you all know that, that in third world countries, multinationals dictate the rules. It will become impossible to state that integration of migrants from Islamic countries and western cultures is impossible. It will become impossible to mention the fact that mass migration deteriorates the western welfare systems and the fact that mass migration leads to explosive surge of rape and murder. And this makes the timing of the Compact on Migration significant as we're heading towards elections of European Parliament next year. With this treaty the EU member states and the European Commission are destroying the political level playing field. It allows them to cut funding of migration-critical political parties and silencing the political opposition. And to me, I would like to state this very clearly, the Tommy Robinson case in the UK is the first example to be set, and it will be an example that will follow and probably during the elections based on the Global Compact on Migration. So, that means, the conclusion can already be, that European Parliament elections will be rigged and only the United States of America, Australia, and Hungary have indicated not to sign this agreement. So we herewith urge every country that opposes mass migration to reject this Compact. Thank you. More EU politicians speaking at this conference: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FFTxZ7Xfbvo&ab_channel=TheLiberalists More news articles: https://www.express.co.uk/news/world/1052923/UN-migration-agreement-Angela-Merkel-EU-criticise-migration-hate-crime https://www.libertynation.com/un-tamping-down-free-speech-on-mass-immigration/
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Vouchers: Access to Safe Births for Poor Women in Developing Countries
 
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Each year, 350,000 women die during pregnancy or childbirth - most in developing countries - largely because they lack access to skilled medical attention. With the healthcare systems' high out-of-pocket fees, poorly staffed facilities, and costly transport from home many poor women believe that high quality maternity care is out of reach. But now governments from Kenya to Cambodia are exploring an innovative program that gives the poorest pregnant women vouchers to gain access to quality healthcare services. Women can use them like coupons, exchanging vouchers for prenatal and delivery services from approved healthcare providers. This animation explores how vouchers work and the impact that they may have. The Population Council is measuring the difference that vouchers make in the lives of women who use them. For more information from the Council about reproductive health voucher programs, please visit rhvouchers.org. To learn how the Population Council changes the way the world thinks about critical health and development issues visit popcouncil.org.
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Tobacco and the Human Body 1954 Encyclopedia Britannica Films; Effects of Cigarette Smoking
 
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Biology, Medicine, Anatomy, Physiology playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLDAD05F3383DCCD14 more at http://scitech.quickfound.net/biology_medical_news_search.html "Early film on tobacco's physical effects." Reupload of a previously uploaded film with improved video & sound. Public domain film from the Library of Congress Prelinger Archives, slightly cropped to remove uneven edges, with the aspect ratio corrected, and one-pass brightness-contrast-color correction & mild video noise reduction applied. The soundtrack was also processed with volume normalization, noise reduction, clipping reduction, and/or equalization (the resulting sound, though not perfect, is far less noisy than the original). http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Health_effects_of_tobacco The health effects of tobacco are the circumstances, mechanisms, and factors of tobacco consumption on human health. Epidemiological research has been focused primarily on cigarette tobacco smoking, which has been studied more extensively than any other form of consumption. Tobacco is the single greatest cause of preventable death globally. Tobacco use leads most commonly to diseases affecting the heart and lungs, with smoking being a major risk factor for heart attacks, strokes, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) (including emphysema and chronic bronchitis), and cancer (particularly lung cancer, cancers of the larynx and mouth, and pancreatic cancer). It also causes peripheral vascular disease and hypertension. The effects depend on the number of years that a person smokes and on how much the person smokes. Starting smoking earlier in life and smoking cigarettes higher in tar increases the risk of these diseases. Also, environmental tobacco smoke, or secondhand smoke, has been shown to cause adverse health effects in people of all ages. Cigarettes sold in underdeveloped countries tend to have higher tar content, and are less likely to be filtered, potentially increasing vulnerability to tobacco-related disease in these regions... Smoke contains several carcinogenic pyrolytic products that bind to DNA and cause many genetic mutations. There are over 19 known chemical carcinogens in cigarette smoke . Tobacco also contains nicotine, which is a highly addictive psychoactive chemical... A person's increased risk of contracting disease is directly proportional to the length of time that a person continues to smoke as well as the amount smoked. However, if someone stops smoking, then these chances gradually decrease as the damage to their body is repaired. A year after quitting, the risk of contracting heart disease is half that of a continuing smoker. The health risks of smoking are not uniform across all smokers. Risks vary according to amount of tobacco smoked, with those who smoke more at greater risk. Light cigarette smoking still poses a significant (though reduced) health risk, as does pipe and cigar smoking. Smoking so-called "light" cigarettes does not reduce the risk. Tobacco use most commonly leads to diseases affecting the heart and lungs and will most commonly affect areas such as hands or feet with first signs of smoking related health issues showing up as numbness, with smoking being a major risk factor for heart attacks, Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD), emphysema, and cancer, particularly lung cancer, cancers of the larynx and mouth, and pancreatic cancer. Overall life expectancy is also reduced in regular smokers, with estimates ranging from 10 to 17.9 years fewer than nonsmokers. About one half of male smokers will die of illness due to smoking. The association of smoking with lung cancer is strongest, both in the public perception and etiologically. People who have smoked tobacco at some point have about a one in ten chance of developing lung cancer during their lifetime. If one looks at men who continue to smoke tobacco, the risk increases to one in six... Mortality Male and female smokers lose an average of 13.2 to 14.5 years of life, respectively. According to the results of a 50 year study of 34,486 male British doctors, at least half of all life-long smokers die earlier as a result of smoking. Smokers are three times as likely to die before the age of 60 or 70 as non-smokers. In the United States, cigarette smoking and exposure to tobacco smoke accounts for roughly one in five, or at at least 443,000 premature deaths annually. To put this into context, in the US alone, tobacco kills the equivalent of three jumbo jets full of people crashing every day, with no survivors. On a worldwide basis, this equates to a single jumbo jet every hour. Cancer The primary risks of tobacco usage include many forms of cancer, particularly lung cancer, kidney cancer, cancer of the larynx and head and neck, breast cancer, bladder cancer, cancer of the esophagus, cancer of the pancreas and stomach cancer...
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Health Talk: Skin cancer, 17 December 2016
 
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Every year in South Africa, there are about 20 000 reported cases and 700 deaths from skin cancer. The country is said to have the second highest incidence of skin cancer in the world after Australia. The Skin Cancer Foundation says South Africans are diagnosed every year with the highest rate of melanoma skin cancer in the world. So this show’s focus is on Skin Cancer, tackling all aspects from causes to practical advice on prevention. Featured in the show is an expert panel consisting of a Dermatologist, a Doctor from the Department of Biochemistry at Stellenbosch, and a Health Specialist from CANSA. For more news, visit: http://www.sabc.co.za/news
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The World Is Facing The Greatest Pandemic Ever
 
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The World Is Facing The Greatest Pandemic Ever http://drthomaslodi.com Dr. Thomas Lodi states clearly in the beginning of the Dr. Leonard Coldwell Opinion Radio show that the world is facing the greatest pandemic ever, the battle with cancer. In the US alone, one out of every two men and one out of every three women will have cancer in their lifetime. Worldwide, one out of every four will develop cancer. And, we are seeing cancers that were unknown in third world populations such as breast and colon cancer. The reason we are starting to see this is because we are exporting the American lifestyle around the globe. And, this is why I do what I do, I teach people to stop making cancer because there is a great need now more than ever. I have a successful healing center in Mesa, AZ where we help people heal naturally from cancer. I have moved to Thailand and have opened up a couple of healing centers here in Southeast Asia. And, it’s important that my healing centers and healing centers similar to mine start to populate in key places because of this cancer pandemic and because of the American Medical Associations involvement in other countries such as Singapore. It’s now near impossible to receive alternative cancer care in Singapore because of the AMA’s influence. What’s interesting is when I give talks in and around Asia and India, these people understand traditional medicine. And, to be clear, traditional medicine such as Ayurvedic and Chinese medicine not white lab coats which is called conventional medicine. They are two completely different things and should not be confused. Traditional medicine deals with natural substances that work with the body and do no harm such as botanical medicine. The people in Asia and India understand this and flock to the talks I give over there and often give me standing ovations. People around the world and especially in the United States need to wake up and realize that they are in fact part of nature and that they need to live within the laws of nature, otherwise, troubles with their health will most likely arise. Feel free to use these search phrases to locate us in other places on the net; The World Is Facing The Greatest Pandemic Ever Seen, The World Is Facing The Greatest Pandemic Ever Known, The World Is Facing The Greatest Pandemic It Has Ever Known, The World Is Facing The Greatest Pandemic Ever Known To Man, The Globe Is Facing The Greatest Pandemic Ever, The Planet Is Facing The Greatest Pandemic Ever, Our World Is Facing The Greatest Pandemic Ever. https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLKTjY73tu_19p_EUo_gl5elQBbrNk-n8L https://www.youtube.com/user/ThomasLodiMD/videos
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What Do Cancer Statistics And Survival Rates Mean?
 
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What Do Cancer Statistics And Survival Rates Mean? https://www.anoasisofhealing.com/cancer-statistics-remission-and-survival-rates/ http://www.anoasisofhealing.com/video-disclaimer/ The question of what do cancer statistics and survival rates mean is a very important one for An Oasis Of Healing and it’s one we take very seriously. So, what are the survival rates, the remission rates, etc.? In order to answer this question or any question for that matter, one must define and understand what we are talking about. Everyone has some degree of cancer in them right now but it is either undetectable or is not impacting their lives. There are no lumps or bumps or pain and it’s not diagnosable as it can’t be seen by a petscan or some other test. It is unfortunately the world we live in now where we are exposed to so many toxins from electromagnetic exposure to processed foods to our water supply, the list go on. We are exposed to more toxins over the last 50 years than all generations before us combined, this is just a fact. In terms of defining remission we are talking about cancer being undetectable by standards means. Now, in terms of the word “cure” we don’t even use that word at An Oasis Of Healing because we don’t subscribe to the paradigm of cancer being a disease. Cancer is a homeostatic corrective measure that the body is engaged in to maintain functional integrity. And, what we need to do is remove most of the reasons why the body has to do this which is what we do here at our healing center. And in terms of the word survival, standard oncology means 5 years. Standard oncology says that even if a person dies one day after their 5th year anniversary of their diagnosis that is a cure. We, at An Oasis Of Healing don’t consider that a cure. Our approach and our integrative cancer treatments are designed so that you leave our healing center, cancer is no longer detectable in your body and is no longer an issue for you. Our patients who leave our clinic and embrace the lifestyle they were taught while here are still with us today. You may use the following search terms as well to find us on the internet; What Do Cancer Statistics And Survival Rates Mean In Breast Cancer, What Do Cancer Statistics And Survival Rates Mean To You, What Do Cancer Statistics And Survival Rates Mean For You, What Do Cancer Statistics And Survival Rates Mean For Patients, What Do Cancer Statistics And Survival Rates Mean For Cancer Patients, What Do Cancer Statistics And Survival Rates Mean For 5 Years, What Do Cancer Statistics And Survival Rates Mean At 5 Years, What Do Cancer Statistics And Survival Rates Mean By 5 Years, What Do Cancer Statistics And Survival Rates Mean Five Year. https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLgEvpazxx5NM7FqyGjTrE1jWlYecpeq_W https://www.youtube.com/user/oasisofhealing/videos Disclaimer for An Oasis of Healing and Dr. Thomas Lodi videos: The content found here is for informational purposes only, and is in no way intended as medical advice, as a substitute for medical counseling, or as a treatment/cure for any disease or health condition and it should not be used as such. Always work with a physician before making any changes to prescription drugs or a qualified health professional before making any changes to your diet, lifestyle, or exercise activities. This information is provided as-is, and the reader/viewer assumes all risks from the use, non-use, or misuse of this information. Testimonials All diagnoses, recoveries and examples are only of what has been achieved by others, and such results are not typical. Where specific testimonials and treatments are used and attributed to a particular individual or business, those persons are sharing their actual experience and are in no way to imply or solicit a guarantee of projection of a cure, your medical condition or results.
Breast cancer knowledge, attitude and practice among Ethiopian women
 
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This is a peace of my presentation on 'Breast cancer knowledge, attitude and practice among Ethiopian women'. Sorry for the inconvenience because of the poor quality of the video.
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Healthbeat - Localized Breast Cancer
 
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When a woman is diagnosed with breast cancer, the recommendations for treating it can vary,but what is the best treatment? We find out on the Healthbeat with Doctor Barry Ramo.
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Mary Ann Mobley: Former Miss  America dies at 77
 
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A former Miss America, Mary Ann Mobley Collins has died after a battle with breast cancer 77-year-old Mobley Collins died in Beverly Hills, California on Tuesday, December 9. She was the first woman from Mississippi to win the pageant and not long after became an actress featuring in movies alongside the “King of Rock and Roll”, Elvis Presley. Mobley Collins was also a humanitarian who travelled to third world countries such as Cambodia, Somalia and Sudan to make documentaries about the struggles of homeless and starving children. She is survived by daughters Clancy Collins White and Melissa Collins, son Guy William Collins, sister, Sandra Young, and two grandsons.
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Population Control  | 18+ Stand-Up Comedy | Tabish Hashmi
 
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The legendary stand up comedian Tabish Ahmed Hashmi from Pakistan talks about an awkward social taboo of buying condoms in Pakistan, which results in population problems at Maansal Nights event. This also highlights the importance of sex education in third world countries. Like Tabish Hashmi on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Tabish-Ahmed-Hashmi-236197306432311/ Subscribe to Our Channels and Click the Bell Icon for Regular Entertainment.. Maansals Instagram: @maansals Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/MaansalNights/ Search Tags: #StandupComedy #MaansalNight #TabishHashmi #ComedyNights #PakistaniStandUpComedy #Condoms #SexinPakistan #TabooPakistan #18+jokes
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The Impact of Your Choice-Breast Health Awareness Preview
 
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For all women from socio-economic and ethnic backgrounds to be educated to make an important choice. The foucs on preventive screening (mammograms, MRI), importance of the surveillance screening, early detection and family history.
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UTEP Headlines Newscast 10.23.15
 
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It’s October 23, 2015. Hello, I’m Elizabeth Ashby. Here’s what you need to know about what’s happening at The University of Texas at El Paso. ### University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP) researchers have patented a low-cost device that can easily monitor the health of HIV patients living in low-resource settings. Dr. Thomas Boland, a professor of metallurgical, materials and biomedical engineering at UTEP, created a less expensive, battery-powered health monitoring tool for use in third world countries. The device counts the number of cells that are attacked by HIV, or CD4 cells. When the CD4 counts are very low, that indicates that a patient is progressing toward AIDS and more medication is necessary. [sound from Boland and student] ### As part of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, members of the UTEP family will be able to get their mammograms on campus. Mammos On The Move will be at UTEP Oct. 27 and 28 to perform onsite screenings to people 40 years of age and up. Those under 40 may be seen by presenting a referral from a medical provider. Screenings will take place every 10 minutes between the hours of 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. The mobile unit will be located on University Ave. in front of the Union Building. Those individuals who are enrolled in the UT Select medical insurance program will have no out of pocket cost to be seen. To schedule your appointment call 915-747-0100. Be sure to visit the UTEP Human Resources Benefits webpage to print out an appointment packet to bring with you the day of the appointment. ### Also next week is the final Campus Concealed Carry Task Force Town Hall meeting. It takes place on Wednesday, Oct. 28 in the Tomas Rivera Conference Center in the Union Building East. Members of the UTEP community can give their suggestions about the University’s campus concealed carry policy, who will make the recommendations to UTEP President Diana Natalicio, and then the UT System and the UT Board of regents. ### For more on these and other stories, visit utepnews.com. Go Miners!
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Survivors from Cancer ( testimonies )
 
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Barley (Hordeum vulgare) grows in over one hundred countries in the world. It is a grain plant like wheat, cereal, corn and rice. Barley used to be the most important crop. In the ancient times, barley was regularly served in the variety of bread and porridge. It was Barley and neither wheat nor rice that was the primary grain of the Egyptians, Greeks, Romans and Hebrews during the old ages. Egyptian workers during the ancient times refer to barley as nourishment having merely three loaves of barley bread and beer made from barley a day. One reason it is not surprising that it was mentioned several times in the bible both New and Old Testament. Watch How to earn from using the products and share http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JzUgc-x1-I4 Sante Barley Business Plan with kuya kim matang lawin! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JzUgc-x1-I4 Watch "Idol" April Boy Regino's Testimony http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KaQ2lDs4irc Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/santebarleylp Our Website: http://santebarleyph.webs.com/ Contact Power Leader: Yeng Arellano (0915) 637-2625 Globe (0632) 664-5568
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Olivia Culpo - Miss Universe  2012 Swimsuit
 
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LAS VEGAS - A 20-year-old beauty queen who plays the cello and is a breast cancer advocate was crowned Miss Universe on Wednesday, the eighth time an American has won the pageant where the world's most beautiful women parade in bikinis and ball gowns. Olivia Culpo, 20, a brunette from Rhode Island, was chosen by a 10-judge panel from 89 contestants representing countries ranging from India to Kosovo and Britain. Culpo, wearing a red, long-sleeved dress for her final look, was the eighth winner from the United States in the contest's 60-year history, and the first Miss USA to take the title since 1997. Miss Philippines, 23-year-old Janine Tugonon, was the runner-up and Miss Venezuela, Irene Sofia Esser Quintero, came third after the top five answered brief questions posed by the judges. Culpo takes the place of last year's winner Leila Lopes, who was the first ever Miss Universe from Angola. Miss Guatemala, Laura Godoy, was chosen Miss Congeniality after the two-hour pageant that featured live performances by U.S. pop group Train and Nigerian-born Australian singer and dancer Timomatic. Contestants must be aged between 18 and 27, unmarried and with no children. The contest was broadcast live on U.S. television from the Planet Hollywood hotel and casino in Las Vegas and seen by an estimated 1 billion viewers on TV and online in 190 countries, organizers said. Culpo will travel the world for the next year representing the Miss Universe Organization and a charity of her choice. After reaching the top five, Culpo was asked to name one thing she would never do again. "Picking on my siblings growing up," she replied. The contest, owned jointly by businessman Donald Trump and the NBC network, held a moment of silence for the 20 children and six staff gunned down at an elementary school in Newtown, Connecticut, on Dec. 14. Olivia Culpo - Miss Universe 2012 Swimsuit Miss Universe, Olivia Culpo, Miss USA 2012, Miss USA, Miss Universe 2012 winner, Ms Universe 2012 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J7Ca9B4xTD4
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