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1970s CANCER RESEARCH FILM  "PROGRESS AGAINST CANCER" w/ JOHN WAYNE, DANNY THOMAS 50634
 
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Directed by Larry Yust and created by the National Cancer Institute and the National Institutes of Health in the late 1970s, PROGRESS AGAINST CANCER provides an interesting look at the fight against the disease in that decade. It features cancer survivors and patients of all ages, including some whose lives were prolonged via new forms of chemotherapy, as well as the doctors and researchers who have developed these treatments. This includes Vera Peters of the Ontario Cancer Institute, M.D., Donald Mack, M.D. of the Sheperd Hospital, Dr. C. Gordon Zubrod of the National Cancer Institute, Dr. Luis Borella of St. Jude's Children's Research Hospital, who made groundbreaking studies of leukemia, Henry S. Kaplan M.D., and others. The film was partially funded or made possible by actor John Wayne, who is joined in the film by actresses Marlo Thomas, Danny Thomas (who essentially built the St. Jude's Hospital, see below), Dionne Warwick and Anne Baxter. Wayne's appearance was especially noteworthy because he'd suffered from cancer for over a decade at the time the film was made, and was living proof that it could be (to an extent at least) beaten. As Dr. Vera Peters discusses in the film, some forms of cancer had a 90% survival rate by this time, and 1/3rd of all patients survived their cancer. Early detection and treatment are emphasized by Dr. Gale Wright at 12:00, and at 14:00 a discussion of breast cancer takes place. At 14:16, cigarettes -- a leading cause of lung cancer -- are shown. Frank J. Raushcer, Ph.D., a researcher, discusses exposure to carcinogens. Dr. Fred Burbank discusses smoking at 16:15 and mentions how getting rid of smoking would eliminate a lot of cancer as it is "epidemic". At 16:46 John Wayne talks about his own struggles against the disease, and how early detection saved his life.The Duke discusses his decision to go public and the importance of doing so. Incidentally, John Wayne had been a chain smoker of cigarettes since young adulthood and was diagnosed with lung cancer in 1964. He underwent successful surgery to remove his entire left lung and four ribs. Despite efforts by his business associates to prevent him from going public with his illness for fear that it would cost him work, Wayne announced he had cancer and called on the public to get preventive examinations. Five years later, Wayne was declared cancer-free. Wayne has been credited with coining the term "The Big C" as a euphemism for cancer. Although he enrolled in a cancer vaccine study in an attempt to ward off the disease, Wayne died of stomach cancer at the age of 72 on June 11, 1979, at the UCLA Medical Center, and was buried in the Pacific View Memorial Park cemetery in Corona del Mar, Newport Beach. According to his son Patrick and his grandson Matthew Muñoz, a priest in the California Diocese of Orange, he converted to Roman Catholicism shortly before his death. He requested that his tombstone read "Feo, Fuerte y Formal", a Spanish epitaph Wayne described as meaning "ugly, strong, and dignified". The grave, which went unmarked for 20 years, is now marked with a quotation from his controversial 1971 Playboy interview: "Tomorrow is the most important thing in life. Comes into us at midnight very clean. It's perfect when it arrives and it puts itself in our hands. It hopes we've learned something from yesterday." As a "starving actor", Danny Thomas had made a vow: If he found success, he would open a shrine dedicated to St. Jude Thaddeus, the patron saint of hopeless causes. Thomas never forgot his promise to St. Jude and, after becoming a successful actor in the early 1950s, his wife joined him and began traveling the United States to help raise funds to build his dream - St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. He fervently believed “no child should die in the dawn of life.”[ With help from Dr. Lemuel Diggs and close friend, Anthony Abraham, an auto magnate in Miami, Florida, Thomas founded the St. Jude Children's Research Hospital in Memphis, Tennessee, in 1962. Since its inception, St. Jude has treated children from all 50 states and around the world, continuing the mission of finding cures and saving children. The John Wayne Cancer Foundation was founded in 1985 in honor of John Wayne, after his family granted the use of his name for the continued fight against cancer. The foundation's mission is to "bring courage, strength, and grit to the fight against cancer". The foundation provides funds for innovative programs that improve cancer patient care, including research, education, awareness, and support. Consider donating in memory of John Wayne at http://california.providence.org/john-wayne/giving/ This film is part of the Periscope Film LLC archive, one of the largest historic military, transportation, and aviation stock footage collections in the USA. Entirely film backed, this material is available for licensing in 24p HD, 2k and 4k. For more information visit http://www.PeriscopeFilm.com
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Patrick Wayne Interview - Connors Corner with Mike Connors - 2014
 
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A 2014 conversation with Patrick Wayne, actor and son of John Wayne. Mike Connors talks with Wayne about the making of the movie "The Searchers," his career, his father and the John Wayne Cancer Institute. Please subscribe to our YouTube channel Ask the Lawyer radio show: http://www.askthelawyer.nyc Connors and Sullivan, Attorneys at Law, PLLC: http://www.connorsandsullivan.com The John Wayne Cancer Institute: http://california.providence.org/john...
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The John Wayne Cancer Institute Auxiliary's 31st Annual Oddysey Ball
 
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The John Wayne Cancer Institute Auxiliary honored internationally recognized surgical oncologist Mark B. Faries, MD, with “The Duke” Special Service Award, and Institute benefactor Ruth Weil was presented with the inaugural Dr. Donald L. Morton Legend Award at the 31st Annual Odyssey Ball at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel in Beverly Hills. Wayne family members Marisa Wayne, Patrick Wayne, and Anita Swift joined celebs Eileen Grubba, Carmen Argenziano, Susan Blakely, Taylor Hay, John Savage, and Blanca Blanco on the red carpet. KTLA's Kaj Goldberg emceed. The yearly fundraising event benefits the John Wayne Cancer Institute at Providence Saint John’s Health Center and is organized by the John Wayne Cancer Institute Auxiliary led by co-chairs Martha Harper, Colleen Pennell, Elizabeth Rawjee and Jessica Royer. The Morgan Leigh Band provided entertainment for the “cowboys and legends” themed gala. Since 1981, the family of John Wayne has been committed to pioneering cancer research in memory of their father, who died of cancer. For more than 30 years, the courageous and dedicated researchers at the John Wayne Cancer Institute have made groundbreaking discoveries that have changed the way cancer is detected, diagnosed and treated around the world. With its unique ability to rapidly turn scientific discoveries into novel approaches for early detection and treatment, the Institute provides immediate hope to cancer patients everywhere. For more information, please visit JWCIgiving.org
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Patricia Heaton & David Hunt thank John Wayne Cancer Institute!
 
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Patricia Heaton and David Hunt thank John Wayne Cancer Institute at Providence Saint John’s Health Center for being there!
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John Wayne Cancer Institute Auxiliary 30th Annual Odyssey Ball Honors Gary Sinise
 
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P!NK, Carey Hart, Patricia Heaton, J.R. Martinez, David Hunt, Gerard DiNome, Lee England, Jr., Patrick Wayne, Anita Swift, and many John Wayne Family members attended the John Wayne Cancer Institute 30th Annual Odyssey Ball featuring honorees Gary Sinise and Maggie DiNome, MD, FACS. The event was held at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel on Saturday, April 11th, 2015. JWCI raised over $1.4 million dollars. For more info go to: JWCIGiving.org
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GRANT'S RAISE THE PADDLE FOR JOHN WAYNE CANCER INSTITUTE
 
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From $0 to over $300,00 dollars in 11 minutes for John Wayne Cancer Institute. Grant working the crowd during the Raise the Paddle for this great cause at their annual gala in Beverly Hills California. Snyder Auctions helps set new fundraising record for this great cause.
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Marisa Wayne at the John Wayne Cancer Institute's 31st Annual Odyssey Ball at the Beverly Wilshire F
 
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Question 2: Is prostate cancer deadly?
 
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Timothy Wilson, M.D, world-renowned urologic oncology surgeon from Providence Saint John’s Health Center and John Wayne Cancer Institute in Santa Monica, California, answers a series of questions about Prostate Cancer, available treatments and steps for prevention. Question 2: Is prostate cancer deadly? Learn more about prostate cancer and other urologic oncology services at Providence Saint John’s Health Center: http://california.providence.org/saint-johns/services/cancer/urologic-oncology-program/
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Nuestro Brain Tumor Center
 
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http://www.brain-tumor.org Brain Tumor Center and Pituitary Disorders Program: El Brain Tumor Center del Saint John's Health Center se estableció en 2007, en sociedad con el John Wayne Cancer Institute. Nuestra misión es ofrecer cirugías mínimamente invasivas y una atención integral para los pacientes con tumores cerebrales e hipofisiarios. El doctor Daniel Kelly, director de nuestro centro, es un neurocirujano con más de veinte años de experiencia académica y uno de los líderes nacionales e internacionales en el avance de las técnicas de cirugía craneana mínimamente invasiva y cirugía endoscópica. o. Para una consulta o una segunda opinión de nuestro innovador procedimiento de cirugías y tratamientos opcionales, visite nuestra página www.brain-tumor.org, o llame al 310 582 7450.
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Marisa Wayne and Melanie Wayne at the John Wayne Cancer Institute's 31st Annual Odyssey Ball at the
 
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John Wayne Cancer Foundation Skin Cancer Education Program & Newport Beach Jr Lifeguards
 
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The John Wayne Cancer Foundation Skin Cancer Education program educates the City of Newport Beach, CA Jr. Lifeguards about skin cancer prevention and early detection. Visit johnwayne.org/blocktheblaze to request a skin cancer education presentation for your group.
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Paddle 2 Live Cancer PSA
 
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Paddle 2 Live Cancer PSA set to "Built to Fall Apart" from Junk Music 2. Agency: Widen & Kennedy, Portland, Oregon, USA. Client: John Wayne Cancer Center, Newport Beach, California, USA. To purchase Junk Music 2 and The Junkman's other titles, go to www.junkmusic.online/ To Learn more about Paddle 2 Live visit their site at: http://paddle2live.org/
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Question 6: For slow growing prostate cancer, what approach is taken for treatment?
 
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Timothy Wilson, M.D, world-renowned urologic oncology surgeon from Providence Saint John’s Health Center and John Wayne Cancer Institute in Santa Monica, California, answers a series of questions about Prostate Cancer, available treatments and steps for prevention. Question 6: For slow growing prostate cancer, what approach is taken for treatment? Learn more about prostate cancer and other urologic oncology services at Providence Saint John’s Health Center: http://california.providence.org/saint-johns/services/cancer/urologic-oncology-program/
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John Wayne's wife remembers The Duke
 
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On board The Wild Goose on John Wayne's birthday May 26, 2017. His wife, Pilar, remembers going out on her first date with The Duke.
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Question 1: What causes prostate cancer?
 
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Timothy Wilson, M.D, world-renowned urologic oncology surgeon from Providence Saint John’s Health Center and John Wayne Cancer Institute in Santa Monica, California, answers a series of questions about Prostate Cancer, available treatments and steps for prevention. Question 1: What causes prostate cancer? Learn more about prostate cancer and other urologic oncology services at Providence Saint John’s Health Center: http://california.providence.org/saint-johns/services/cancer/urologic-oncology-program/
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Using Your Body Clock to Treat Cancer
 
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Using Your Body Clock to Treat Cancer Researchers say circadian rhythms may be the key to treating glioblastoma, an aggressive form of brain cancer. It's particularly aggressive, hard to treat, and has a poor prognosis. If that's correct, doctors could use a patient's internal body clock to guide the timing of chemotherapy. Glioblastoma is highly invasive and aggressive. Tackling glioblastoma with timing It involves treating cancer at a particular time of day to imitate the regular activity of p38 MAPK. "Indeed, we found that inhibition of p38 MAPK at specific times of the day - times when the activity is low in normal glial cells under control of the circadian clock - significantly reduced glioblastoma cell invasiveness to the level of noninvasive glioma cells," she explained. Dr. Santosh Kesari is a neurologist, neuro-oncologist, and chair of the Department of Translational Neurosciences and Neurotherapeutics at the John Wayne Cancer Institute at Providence Saint John's Health Center in California. What it could mean in practice "But because it's so invasive into the normal brain, it's very difficult to treat and completely remove," he said. Still, he sees it as a promising way to treat glioblastoma and perhaps other cancers. In a separate recent study, researchers at the Salk Institute used their understanding of circadian cycles to curb growth of glioblastoma tumors in mice. Another circadian approach "Given the importance of the circadian clock in the regulation of many cellular and physiological processes, we hypothesize that targeting the circadian clock with drugs may open the way to novel anticancer strategies," Gabriele Sulli, PhD, the paper's first and co-corresponding author, said in a press release. "This study is very exciting because it sheds light on a new, uncharacterized way to treat cancer with very limited toxicity," she added.
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This Is How John Wayne Ended His Day, And It's Glorious
 
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What happened to all the patriotic role models in this country?
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2015 08 26 13 36 Headaches and Pituitary Tumors
 
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Headaches and Pituitary Tumors Presented by: Garni Barkhoudarian, MD Assistant Professor of Neuroscience/Neurosurgery Brain Tumor Center & Pituitary Disorders Program Director, Skull Base and Endoscopic Microdissection Laboratory John Wayne Cancer Institute Saint John's Health Center This webinar will discuss the various types and features of headaches associated with pituitary and parasellar tumors. Potential mechanisms of headache formation from pituitary and parasellar lesions. Probability that pre-operative headaches would improve with surgical resection.
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Patrick Wayne remembers "Mr. Roberts"
 
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Mike and Patrick Wayne remember the John Ford film classic Mr. Roberts, which starred Jack Lemmon, Henry Fonda, William Powell and James Cagney. Wayne portrayed “Bookser” in the movie and reminisces about working on the production, the talent he worked with, Ford’s relationship with the stars and some behind-the-scenes stories. Patrick Wayne is also the head of the John Wayne Cancer Institute. Connors Corner airs during Ask the Lawyer with Mike Connors every week on AM 970 The Answer in New York Ask the Lawyer radio show: http://www.askthelawyer.nyc Connors and Sullivan, Attorneys at Law, PLLC: http://www.connorsandsullivan.com The John Wayne Cancer Institute: http://california.providence.org
8 Silent Signs You Could Have a Brain Tumor
 
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8 Silent Signs You Could Have a Brain Tumor Brain cancer: A scary diagnosis. The good news is that brain cancer affects less than 1 percent of the world’s population; the bad news is that brain tumors are often accompanied by very few symptoms, and these symptoms disguise themselves as everyday ailments such as headaches and exhaustion. (Did you know you may be able to help prevent brain cancer by doing this one thing?) Read on for eight silent, but serious, brain cancer symptoms, and how you should know whether or not to see a doctor. Persistent headaches. It can be very difficult for even doctors to tell the difference between headaches (or full-on migraines) caused by brain tumors and those resulting from other reasons. “The best indicator is a new daily headache that won’t seem to go away,” says Mike Chen, MD, PhD, associate professor, division of neurosurgery, department of surgery at City of Hope. “These headaches tend to get worse over time and are often present when you wake up in the morning, when intracranial pressure is high from lying in bed for hour-long periods of time.” This pain can vary greatly regardless of the size or growth rate of the tumor. “A small, fast-growing tumor can cause as severe of a headache as a large, slow-growing tumor,” says Santosh Kesari, MD, PhD, neuro-oncologist and chair of the department of translational neuro-oncology and neurotherapeutics at John Wayne Cancer Institute in Santa Monica, California. And there’s no specific type of headache that can predict whether or not a person has a brain tumor. The key is to be on the lookout for new, persistent headaches that do not respond to any treatments, such as over-the-counter medicines. A subtle loss of vision. Patients experiencing this particular symptom may not be aware of it at all—let alone associate it with a brain tumor. They may not even notice an alteration in their vision quality until they continually bump into things on one side of the body related to the vision loss or have repeated car accidents on the side of the loss. “This particular symptom or impaired peripheral vision is known as bitemporal hemianopsia,” says Christopher Carrubba, MD, co-director for Medical Education at Med School Tutors. “We often see this symptom with pituitary tumors that compress the optic chiasm, or part of the visual pathway.” Brain cancer is just one of many surprising diseases eye doctors can diagnose first. Weakness and lethargy. The motor cortex of the brain initiates and controls muscle movement throughout the body. “The right motor cortex controls the left side of your body and the left motor cortex controls the right side of your body,” says Dr. Chen. If there are tumors anywhere along this pathway, these signals are completely disrupted and the result is loss of function.” If you have a brain tumor, you may not experience pain in your limbs, but your left or right leg or arm may not respond the way you’re used to—or at all. Weak legs may also mean that you have a vitamin D deficiency. Difficulty forming words. Another common brain cancer symptom is slurred or stuttering speech. “Language problems such as stuttering, difficulty naming objects or understanding what others are saying are key symptoms of a tumor in the frontal or temporal lobes, areas of the brain associated with motor function of speech and language comprehension,” says Dr. Carrubba. “There are two speech centers in the brain that are located on the left side—Wernicke’s area, which allows us to understand and comprehend speech, and Broca’s area, which activates the muscles that create sound.” When a tumor is present in the brain, both abilities are often obstructed. Moody feelings and risky behavior Loss of hearing or ear ringing Infertility Loss of balance. Help us to be better SUBSCRIBE for more videos here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCfR3Y90G-fFDYI6i7E7xPBQ?sub_confirmation=1 More from Health Zone: -Early Signs of Bronchitis https://youtu.be/Z8xgNe6RBAU -10 Early Warning Signs of Parkinson's Disease https://youtu.be/H8cacAhy8ZQ -10 Early Warning Signs of Pancreatic Cancer https://youtu.be/nz9t-zz_MLw -8 Warning Signs of Dengue Fever https://youtu.be/O_ORi0ogS18 -Top 5 Signs You’re Pregnant with Twins https://youtu.be/TPvjDu9uWPI 8 Silent Signs You Could Have a Brain Tumor By HEALTH ZONE
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Question 5: What is significant about prostate cancer screenings?
 
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Timothy Wilson, M.D, world-renowned urologic oncology surgeon from Providence Saint John’s Health Center and John Wayne Cancer Institute in Santa Monica, California, answers a series of questions about Prostate Cancer, available treatments and steps for prevention. Question 5: What is significant about prostate cancer screenings? Learn more about prostate cancer and other urologic oncology services at Providence Saint John’s Health Center: http://california.providence.org/saint-johns/services/cancer/urologic-oncology-program/
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Question 11: What advances in prostate cancer treatment or prevention do you see in the future?
 
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Timothy Wilson, M.D, world-renowned urologic oncology surgeon from Providence Saint John’s Health Center and John Wayne Cancer Institute in Santa Monica, California, answers a series of questions about Prostate Cancer, available treatments and steps for prevention. Question 11: What advances in prostate cancer treatment or prevention do you see in the future? Learn more about prostate cancer and other urologic oncology services at Providence Saint John’s Health Center: http://california.providence.org/saint-johns/services/cancer/urologic-oncology-program/
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Breast Cancer Study Could Change How Early Growths Are Treated
 
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I'm Carolyn Presutti with the VOA Special English Health Report, from http://voaspecialenglish.com | http://facebook.com/voalearningenglish Have you ever felt lumps under the skin on the sides of your neck when you were sick? Those might be lymph nodes. They can get swollen and painful but their job is to fight infection. Lymph nodes are part of the body's defenses known as the lymphatic system. This complex system throughout the body makes and transports a protective fluid called lymph. Lymph is made of white blood cells, proteins and fats.In a patient with breast cancer, the cancer can spread to the large number of lymph nodes under the arm. Doctors have traditionally removed many of these lymph nodes in the hope of removing all the cancer. But the latest research finds nothing to gain by removing so many lymph nodes. Doctors have two choices when breast cancer starts to spread. They can do what is called a sentinel node biopsy. They remove the main growth and one or two lymph nodes nearest to it. Or they can take more aggressive action and remove a lot of lymph nodes. But that can lead to shoulder pain and permanent swelling of the arm. Dr. Armando Giuliano at the John Wayne Cancer Institute in Santa Monica, California, was a leader of the study. He found that a sentinel node biopsy can be enough to eliminate all of the cancer. And the patient does not need to stay in a hospital to have it done. Dr. Giuliano and researchers at other American cancer centers studied almost nine hundred breast cancer patients. In each case, the cancer had spread to no more than two lymph nodes. Half of the women had the traditional surgery. Doctors removed an average of seventeen lymph nodes. The other half had the simpler operation with just one or two nodes removed. Then both groups received radiation treatment and chemotherapy drugs. Dr. Giuliano says rates of survival five years later showed that the less invasive operation was just as successful as the more aggressive action.He said the five-year survival was about ninety-two percent for patients who had either operation. The women who had the sentinel node biopsy alone did just as well as the women who had the more radical operation.The study appeared in the Journal of the American Medical Association. Some experts say the findings could change the way surgeons treat early breast cancers that have spread to the lymph nodes. But other doctors say they want more proof before they make a change. For VOA Special English, I'm Carolyn Presutti. (Adapted from a radio program broadcast 23Mar2011)
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P!nk & Carey Hart "30th Annual John Wayne Odyssey Ball" Arrivals
 
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Subscribe! http://bit.ly/mrSda2 P!nk and Carey Hart arrive at The John Wayne Cancer Institute 30th Annual Odyssey Ball at Beverly Wilshire Hotel in Los Angeles, Ca April 11th 2015 ©Ricomix Productions | MaximoTV | All Rights Reserved.
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Adoptive T cell Therapy for Metastatic Melanoma
 
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Presentation given by Mark Faries, MD - Director, Donald L Morton Melanoma Research Program Professor of Surgery; John Wayne Cancer Institute, as part of the AIM at Melanoma’s Patient & Caregiver Symposium on May 21, 2016 co-hosted by The Angeles Clinic & Research Institute in Los Angeles, CA.
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Question 7: What are the benefits of robotic assisted surgery for prostate cancer?
 
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Timothy Wilson, M.D, world-renowned urologic oncology surgeon from Providence Saint John’s Health Center and John Wayne Cancer Institute in Santa Monica, California, answers a series of questions about Prostate Cancer, available treatments and steps for prevention. Question 7: What are the benefits of robotic assisted surgery for prostate cancer? Learn more about prostate cancer and other urologic oncology services at Providence Saint John’s Health Center: http://california.providence.org/saint-johns/services/cancer/urologic-oncology-program/
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Question 8: What are common myths or concerns you hear from your patients?
 
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Timothy Wilson, M.D, world-renowned urologic oncology surgeon from Providence Saint John’s Health Center and John Wayne Cancer Institute in Santa Monica, California, answers a series of questions about Prostate Cancer, available treatments and steps for prevention. Question 8: What are common myths or concerns you hear from your patients? Learn more about prostate cancer and other urologic oncology services at Providence Saint John’s Health Center: http://california.providence.org/saint-johns/services/cancer/urologic-oncology-program/
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John Wayne Camel Cigarettes Commercial
 
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Patricia Heaton & David Hunt "30th Annual John Wayne Odyssey Ball"
 
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Subscribe! http://bit.ly/mrSda2 Patricia Heaton and David Hunt arrive at The John Wayne Cancer Institute 30th Annual Odyssey Ball at Beverly Wilshire Hotel in Los Angeles, Ca April 11th 2015 ©Ricomix Productions | MaximoTV | All Rights Reserved.
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Question 9: Is it true that grilled meats are linked in prostate cancer?
 
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Timothy Wilson, M.D, world-renowned urologic oncology surgeon from Providence Saint John’s Health Center and John Wayne Cancer Institute in Santa Monica, California, answers a series of questions about Prostate Cancer, available treatments and steps for prevention. Question 9: Is it true that grilled meats are linked in prostate cancer? Learn more about prostate cancer and other urologic oncology services at Providence Saint John’s Health Center: http://california.providence.org/saint-johns/services/cancer/urologic-oncology-program/
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P!nk, Patricia Heaton, Gary Sinise "30th Annual John Wayne Odyssey Ball"
 
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Subscribe! http://bit.ly/mrSda2 P!nk, Carey Hart, Patricia Heaton, David Hunt, Gary Sinise, Maggie DiNome, Lee England Jr., Patrick Wayne, J.R. Martinez, Marisa Wayne, Melanie Wayne, Anita Swift arrive at The John Wayne Cancer Institute 30th Annual Odyssey Ball at Beverly Wilshire Hotel in Los Angeles, Ca April 11th 2015 - Interviews by Nanci Dahl ©Ricomix Productions | MaximoTV | All Rights Reserved.
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Question 4: What are prostate cancer symptoms?
 
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Timothy Wilson, M.D, world-renowned urologic oncology surgeon from Providence Saint John’s Health Center and John Wayne Cancer Institute in Santa Monica, California, answers a series of questions about Prostate Cancer, available treatments and steps for prevention. Question 4: What are prostate cancer symptoms? Learn more about prostate cancer and other urologic oncology services at Providence Saint John’s Health Center: http://california.providence.org/saint-johns/services/cancer/urologic-oncology-program/
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THE JOHN WAYNE CANCER INSTITUTE AUXILIARY HONORS STEVEN J. O’DAY MD AND ACTOR VINCE VAUGHNAT
 
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THE JOHN WAYNE CANCER INSTITUTE AUXILIARY HONORS STEVEN J. O’DAY MD AND ACTOR VINCE VAUGHN AT 32ND ANNUAL ODYSSEY BALL
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Question 10: How often should I get screened if there is no family history?
 
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Timothy Wilson, M.D, world-renowned urologic oncology surgeon from Providence Saint John’s Health Center and John Wayne Cancer Institute in Santa Monica, California, answers a series of questions about Prostate Cancer, available treatments and steps for prevention. Question 10: How often should I get screened if there is no family history? Learn more about prostate cancer and other urologic oncology services at Providence Saint John’s Health Center: http://california.providence.org/saint-johns/services/cancer/urologic-oncology-program/
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Gynecologic Oncology Institute Steven Vasilev MD
 
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Gynecologic oncology treatment options including robotic surgery, cutting edge targeted treatments and integrative natural support frame the practice of Dr. Steven Vasilev MD at the Gynecologic Oncology Institute located in Santa Monica, California @ John Wayne Cancer Institute and Providence Saint John's Health Center : http://StevenVasilevMD.com
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Question 3: Does prostate cancer strike a certain demographic?
 
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Timothy Wilson, M.D, world-renowned urologic oncology surgeon from Providence Saint John’s Health Center and John Wayne Cancer Institute in Santa Monica, California, answers a series of questions about Prostate Cancer, available treatments and steps for prevention. Question 3: Does prostate cancer strike a certain demographic? Learn more about prostate cancer and other urologic oncology services at Providence Saint John’s Health Center: http://california.providence.org/saint-johns/services/cancer/urologic-oncology-program/
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STACHE NIGHT 2014
 
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Welcome to our Stache Night 2014 teaser! This is our 5th annual Stache night, benefiting the John Wayne Cancer Institute! To donate and support the effort to find a cure for cancer, please visit...http://california.providence.org/john-wayne/giving/ways-to-give/
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Blanca Blanco at the John Wayne Cancer Institute's 31st Annual Odyssey Ball at the Beverly Wilshire
 
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Susan Blakely and Ruth Weil at the John Wayne Cancer Institute's 31st Annual Odyssey Ball at the Bev
 
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Headaches and Pituitary Tumors
 
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Headaches and Pituitary Tumors Presented by: Garni Barkhoudarian, MD Assistant Professor of Neuroscience/Neurosurgery Brain Tumor Center & Pituitary Disorders Program Director, Skull Base and Endoscopic Microdissection Laboratory John Wayne Cancer Institute Saint John's Health Center This webinar will discuss the various types and features of headaches associated with pituitary and parasellar tumors. Potential mechanisms of headache formation from pituitary and parasellar lesions. Probability that pre-operative headaches would improve with surgical resection.
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Ann Margret & Rene´
 
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Having fun with the glamour, bombshell Ann Margret at the ABC's John Wayne Cancer Institute Gala, a beautiful evening at the Beverly Hilton Hotel.
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Santosh Kesari on Thinking Outside the Box in GBM Research
 
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Santosh Kesari, chair of the Department of Translational Neuro-Oncology and Neurotherapeutics at the John Wayne Cancer Institute and director of Neuro-Oncology at Providence Saint John’s Health Center in Santa Monica, Calif., discusses the need to think outside the box when conducting research in glioblastoma multiforme (GBM). View more at http://curetoday.com/ CURE: Combining science and humanity to make cancer understandable.
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Grays Having Fun in the Car
 
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Gray spent a lot of time in the car, to and from California for various treatments - acupuncture with Dr. Ha in Santa Monica and also John Wayne Cancer Institute in Santa Monica for chemotherapy and immunology towards the end of the fight. When his energy level was good you could witness him being a teen acting funny and making us laugh.
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The Duke  John Wayne
 
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John Wayne
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John Wayne family at John Wayne Park dedication ceremony 2017
 
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The family of John Wayne at the John Wayne Park dedication ceremony. This event took place on May 26, 2017 on Cliff Drive in Newport Beach, California. The ceremony included Marine color guards, Police on horseback and speeches by people who knew the Duke like his son Ethan Wayne, Mr. Duffy of Duffy Electric Boats and NB Mayor Muldoon.
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John Wayne:  Mini Documentary
 
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Lady Gaga - John Wayne (Toronto)
 
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Sept 6, 2017 Air Canada Centre
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wannabeme.tv at the John Wayne 26th annual odyssey ball [HD]
 
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WANNABEME.TV on the scene with Host Michael Benz at the John wayne cancer institute auxiliary Honors actress, author and film maker Alana Stewart and Philanthropist Ruth Weil at the 26th Annual Odyssey Ball. We talk to Nicollette Sheridan, she share the magic night with her close friend Elena Stewart...
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Rx Surgical Option Offers Hope for Melanoma Metastasis
 
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www.rxwiki.com In the past, melanoma that metastasized (or spread) to the abdominal organs was considered incurable. Today, surgery may be a promising treatment option. A new study from the John Wayne Cancer Institute at Providence Saint John’s Health Center in Santa Monica, CA, found that surgical resection (an operation to remove the cancerous part of an organ) of melanoma that has spread to the abdomen may help patients live more than twice as long as with chemotherapy alone. Melanoma is an aggressive type of cancer that develops in cells that produce melanin (the pigment that gives skin its color). While these cancers typically begin as skin cancer, they can also develop in the eyes and internal organs.
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