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Rural Breast Cancer Registry
 
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Breast Cancer patients in rural areas face a number of unique challenges. Among them are the long distances to treatment centers in more urban areas; but also, compiling data from these patients is a challenge. Now, with the help of larger medical centers, rural patients are becoming part of a rural cancer registry to help future patients receive the correct, specialized treatment for their cancer.
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Interview: Cancer victims in rural areas
 
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Rural cancer survivors aren't as healthy as those who live in the city, according to new research from Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center. Kathryn Weaver joins Margaret Johnson to discuss the topic.
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Breast Cancer: Challenges After Treatment
 
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Produced by the Rural Health Education Foundation http://www.rhef.com.au/
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Motivational Video for Breast Cancer Patients of Bangladesh.mp4
 
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The Community Health Workers show this mobile motivational video to rural women of Bangladesh to aware them on breast cancer related issues and to encourage them to adhere treatment and regular follow-up to designated clinics. This video is jointly produced by International Breast Cancer Research Foundation, Amader Gram Brest Care and mPower-health.
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Study Finds Rural Women With Breast Cancer Receive Poorer Quality Care Than Their Urban Counterparts
 
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Elizabeth Habermann, Ph.D., Associate Scientific Direction, Surgical Outcomes, Mayo Clinic Center for the Science of Health Care Delivery, reports on a new study that finds that rural women are less likely to have recommended radiation therapy following lumpectomy for breast cancer.
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How an ancient sports in China help breast cancer survivors in the U.S. to heal?
 
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GoPink DC is a dragon boat team in Washington D.C.. Its members are mostly breast cancer survivors. Though they’ve lost three team members to the disease, but the sport has kept them strong both physically as well as physiologically.
Просмотров: 683 CGTN America
Secondary Breast Cancer: Finding Breast Cancer Outside the Breast
 
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A project of the Supporting Women in Rural Areas Diagnosed with Breast Cancer Program, funded by the Australian Government and developed by the National Breast and Ovarian Cancer Centre. Secondary breast cancer, also known as metastatic breast cancer, is breast cancer which has spread to distant sites in the body such as the bone, liver or brain. Most women who present with secondary breast cancer will have already been diagnosed with and treated for early breast cancer, although this will be the first presentation for some . The prognosis of secondary breast cancer is largely dependent on the site of the metastasis, the disease-free interval and the hormone receptor status of the tumour. Management of secondary breast cancer carries a number of challenges for a woman and her health professionals. This program considers some of the challenges in management of secondary breast cancer, recent developments in treatment and the psychosocial and supportive care needs of women and their families. A number of new resources for women with secondary breast cancer and their families, developed by the National Breast and Ovarian Cancer Centre, are also discussed. Produced by the Rural Health Education Foundation http://www.rhef.com.au/
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'tit Bateau
 
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The Southeastern Breast Cancer Survivor Dragon Boat Team. This amazing team is comprised of breast cancer survivors and support paddlers. In November 2002, three breast cancer survivors got together over coffee and contemplated forming a dragon boat team. ‘tit Bateau was soon born and launched its own boat in the waters of New Brunswick. As a team, we paddle for fun, physical fitness, emotional health, and to raise awareness of the need for screening and a cure. Here we are now, paddles in hand, ready to take on the World! Quite literally. In October 2014 we participated in an international festival in Sarasota, Florida. Dragon boating lets us demonstrate that despite a diagnosis of cancer, one can have a vibrant, active and fulfilling life.
Просмотров: 86 Life is Good
Melanoma and breast cancer survivor talks about risky activities
 
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For additional information visit http://www.cancerquest.org/marilyn-fry-interview.html Marilyn Fry is a two-time cancer survivor (melanoma and breast). In this interview Marilyn talks about her experience with melanoma and how it led to her founding the Skin Cancer Awareness Network Foundation (SCAN). SCAN is focused on education and awareness about skin cancer and skin safety. To learn more about cancer and watch additional interviews, please visit the CancerQuest website at http://www.cancerquest.org
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Introduction to Rural Cancer Stories
 
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Welcome by Dr Kate Fennell and Professor Ian Olver AM
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Rural women facing cervical cancer
 
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Technology Behind iBreastExam
 
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iBreastExam is a quick and convenient breast health check. It is an early indication test like blood pressure monitor, glucometer or pulse oximeter. It can be made available to women in the privacy and comfort of their home, HR managers can organize breast health camps in their office premises and governmental health agencies can make early detection accessible to women in rural India
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Teacher Battles, Braves Stage 4 Breast Cancer In the Classroom
 
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Kendra Abbey says her place is in her Fort Smith classroom while she battles stage 4 breast cancer.
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Laughter with the Breast Cancer Foundation Egypt
 
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In this video you can see how breast cancer survivors enjoy Laughter Yoga with Ute Devika in the Horreya Park in Cairo
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New Steps in Battle Against Breast Cancer
 
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In the never-ending battle against cancer, scientists are incessantly refining their tools and developing new methods. Some of the most important advances have been made in treating breast cancer, with the five-year survivability rate now at 90 percent VOA's George Putic reports. Originally published at - https://www.voanews.com/a/new-steps-in-battle-against-breast-cancer/3902867.html
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Colombo Creative Client | CAN SUR VIVE Trust Sri Lanka
 
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Colombo Creative is the humanitarian media arm of CAN SUR VIVE Trust Sri Lanka. Periodic Videos and Social Media boosts by colombo Creative are strategically executed for maximum exposure for assistance and donations towards breast cancer survivors in the rural Sri Lanka.
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Mahindra’s Sehat ka Batua | A unique CSR initiative for self-diagnosis of breast cancer in India
 
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Women in rural India have a unique habit to protect their money. They put their purse or “Batua” inside their blouses. Mahindra Rise partnered with Cancer Patients Aid Association to use this habit as a reminder to protect them from breast cancer. #RiseForGood Discover other initiatives of Mahindra here: http://www.mahindra.com/riseforgood
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Navigating Breast Cancer
 
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A brief overview of NBCF's Programs and the impact of Patient Navigation.
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Life-Saving Breast Cancer Drugs Going Untaken in Appalachia
 
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Life-Saving Breast Cancer Drugs Going Untaken in Appalachia Nearly a third of breast cancer survivors in Appalachia are not taking the critical, potentially life-saving follow-up treatment – despite having insurance that would pay for it, a troubling new study has found. Researchers cross-examined cancer registries with Medicare claims data and determined that of 428 women, approximately 30 percent failed to follow through with their prescribed adjuvant hormone therapy, a treatment to prevent the cancer’s recurrence. “Almost a third of the prescriptions for adjuvant hormone therapy were not filled, which is much, much higher compared to what we usually see in commercially insured populations,” said Rajesh Balkrishnan, PhD, of the University of Virginia School of Medicine’s Department of Public Health Sciences. “Usually it ranges from about 10 [percent] to 15 percent, so this is almost double that. A third of the women going without adjuvant hormone therapy – that is a scary prospect.”
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Moving Forward: Surviving Breast Cancer
 
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One in nine Australian women will experience breast cancer in their lifetime. Despite more women being diagnosed with breast cancer, early detection and improvements in treatment mean that more women than ever before are surviving breast cancer. Moving Forward is a recorded program of an interactive online public forum on health and wellbeing after treatment for breast cancer that was held in February 2011. It explores the emerging evidence of the importance of lifestyle choices that influence the risk of recurrence. This program explores • The need for supportive care once treatment finishes • Living with uncertainty and how to manage it, without letting it manage you • The role of the GP in the multidisciplinary team for follow up care • The role of vitamin D in breast cancer and health • The increasing evidence on exercise and its role in preventing recurrence of breast cancer Women affected by cancer, their families and carers are encouraged to watch this program. The program is also of interest to breast care nurses, GPs and other health practitioners. Produced by the Rural Health Education Foundation http://www.rhef.com.au/
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Spreading breast cancer awareness in Africa
 
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Cynthia Newsome travels to Africa to spread awareness of breast cancer.
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The breast cancer patient
 
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by Rosidah binti Luel Life of a breast cancer patient at Kg Tamok Orang Asal village
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Breast cancer support services expanded
 
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Breast cancer sufferers in regional and rural Australia will gain access to new online services for support and to keep in touch with families while receiving treatment.
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Habibullah Talukder talking on Breast Cancer Awareness Day  in Bangladesh (Part-1)
 
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Banglavision, a Bangladeshi TV channel telecast a talk show on introducing breast cancer awareness day, observed first time in Bangladesh on 10 October 2013. Dr. Md. Habibullah Talukder Ruskin, Associate Professor and Head of Cancer Epidemiology at National Institute of Cancer research and Hospital, Dhaka, Bangladesh and also the coordinator of newly formed Bangladesh Breast Cancer Awareness Forum, along with Kazi Rozy, poet and breast cancer survivor, talked while Dr. Md. Farhad Uddin was the host.
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BC Cancer Presents Johnna's Story
 
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Mammograms help find cancer in its earliest stages when more treatment options are available. There are over 36 screening mammography centres across British Columbia and 3 mobile coaches that serve rural and remote communities. BOOK YOUR MAMMOGRAM TODAY Visit us online at http://www.screeningbc.ca/breast or call 1-800-663-9203
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Kubanda:  Putting the Freeze on Breast Cancer
 
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CBID Undergraduate students at Johns Hopkins University develops a solution to tackle breast cancer in rural clinics in South Africa. Their solution is a cyroablation device that utilizes carbon dioxide. They aim to freeze and kill cancer cells.
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Breast Cancer Awareness Month: What it means to a survivor
 
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Breast Cancer Awareness Month: What it means to a survivor
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2016 La Kermesse Parade Featuring SMHC Breast Cancer Survivors  SMHC Employees
 
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On June 17, 2016 SMHC Employees and Breast Cancer Survivors lead the annual La Kermesse parade through the streets of Biddeford. This year's theme for the festival was breast cancer awareness and SMHC was excited to take part in the festivities.
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Breast Cancer Survivor Solution, Mastectomy Boutique, Breast Prosthesis
 
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Breast Cancer Survivor Solution, Mastectomy Boutique, Breast Prosthesis
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Ep 18 - My Breast Cancer Story from Limpopo
 
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Watch the story of a woman beating Breast Cancer in rural Africa and as Ronnie prays with her. This is a video of a woman who survived Breast Cancer in rural Limpopo, South Africa. This content was recorded during the Cancel Cancer Africa Breast cancer awareness program March 2015. To join our future trips please email info@cancelcancerafrica.org or go to www.cancelcancerafrica.org.
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Breast Self Exam Information
 
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Eleanor Broaddus, RN, CBHN, CN-BN Breast Care Coordinator/Certified Breast Navigator for Lexington Clinic and Melissa Karrer, Community Relations, Kentucky CancerLink and Breast Cancer Survivor describe the importance and technique for Breast Self Examination.
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A Woman with Aggressive Breast Cancer Outlives the Doctors' Predictions
 
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Venier Wong was told by the doctors that she would have only 6-9 months to live without any conventional medical interventions in 2011. To their surprise, she made a personal choice not to take radiation, chemo and surgery for her condition and instead, she received blessings from Master Sha and began practicing the techniques of Soul Mind Body Medicine. Now, three years later, she continues to recover and maintain her health without any convention treatments. She has learned from Master Sha that, “trust, faith, gratitude and universal service are the golden keys to the universe.” Dr. and Master Zhi Gang Sha is a soul leader, an extraordinary spiritual teacher and servant. Trained as an MD in China and a doctor of traditional Chinese medicine in China and Canada, he created Power Healing and Soul Mind Body Medicine to combine the essence of Western medicine and traditional Chinese medicine with ancient energy and spiritual secrets from China. The founder of the Institute of Soul Healing and Enlightenment, Dr. Sha is a grandmaster of many ancient disciplines, including tai chi, qi gong, feng shui, and the I Ching. He was named Qigong Master of the Year at the Fifth World Congress on Qigong. An inspired guide in his Soul Power Series of best-selling books, TV programs, and other teachings and services, Dr. Sha says, "Heal and transform the soul first; then healing and transformation of every aspect of life will follow". In 2006, Dr. Sha was granted the Martin Luther King, Jr. Commemorative Commission Award for his humanitarian efforts. Visit: http://www.drsha.com I consider Master Sha's healing path to be a universal spiritual practice, a journey into genuine transformation. Dr. Michael Bernard Beckwith Founder, Agape International Spiritual Center mastershadivinelove Dr.&MasterZhiGangSha
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Breast Cancer Survivor Needs Medical Device
 
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Please help! Breast Cancer Survivor Needs Medical Device Hello. I am a 3 1/2 year survivor of breast cancer and a widow and a child still at home. In 2008, I had to have a double mastectomy and lymph nodes removed from both sides. The next day, they had to do another lymph node dissection because they found cancer in the lymph nodes they removed. No one had ever informed me about lymphedema risks and the fact that 35% of breast cancer patients get it to some degree. When the lymph nodes are removed due to breast cancer, fluid builds up in the affected area which for me is my arms, chest, ribs, underarms, and back. I have severe lymphedema in my torso area and lighter lymphedema in my arms. I have bought and tried many, many different compression garments and devices but none work. I lived in a large city before moving back to rural Louisiana where I grew up. In the large cities, there are doctors that can manually drain the fluid that accumulates. In rural America, not so much, in fact, not at all. My insurance company has finally preauthorized the purchase and certified the medical necessity of the lymph jacket and pump. Unfortunately, I just found out my co-pay is quite expensive. The device costs $14,000 and my co-pay before year end is $1800 and will go up to my full deductible of $3,500 starting Jan. 1. I have gone through my savings and even my retirement accounts after my husband's death and all of my numerous surgeries due to breast cancer and simply cannot afford the $1800. The Impact This lymph jacket will be used by me several times a week for the rest of my life. It will keep the fluid from accumulating in my torso which limits my daily life as well as the things I can do with my child. The pain that occurs from the fluid accumulation is so bad that it becomes so overwhelming. Driving for any distance longer than an hour and flying in a plane both cause the lymphedema to get worse so my travel is limited. Constant pain changes who you are - something I learned from my late husband through all of his illness and disability after the Vietnam War. I do not want to live with pain any longer and this device is a simple, though expensive, way to eliminate this pain and this problem. It will allow me to live a normal life, just hook up to this machine for 30 minutes a day and I'll be good as new. You can read info on this medical device at the URL below. http://www.lymphcompression.com/docs/jacket.pdf What We Need & What You Get This will truly be the gift that keeps on giving. It will be used for the rest of my life. To cover my co-pay, I need $1,800 dollars before 12/31/11. On 1/1/12 my insurance deductible will go back up to $3,500 so buying this jacket before 12/31 is critical for me. You can contribute one of two ways: (1) You can call the medical supply company directly that I am buying the jacket from at (337) 893-0181, contact name is Shauna, company is Patients Care Medical Supply in Abbeville, who can take you donation over the phone; or (2) Donate online at http://www.indiegogo.com/Breast-Cancer-Survivor-Needs-Medical-Device
Просмотров: 331 Vanessa Katz
Dialogue: Living with Cancer
 
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This episode of Dialogue focuses on the challenges and opportunities for cancer research and treatment in a rural state like Idaho. Host Marcia Franklin interviews Cari Hug, a woman with metastatic breast cancer being treated successfully since 2002 with Herceptin, A companion discussion with Dr. Dan Zuckerman of the Mountain States Tumor Institute and Professor Cheryl Jorcyk of Boise State University looks at the research partnership between the two institutions and issues in treatment, The program was a tie-in to the national airing of "Cancer: The Emperor of All Maladies" on PBS.
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Sustainable Farmer and Breast Cancer Survivor  Betsy Burton | Inner Visions Outer Triumphs
 
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http://www.livestonewear.com From her active life in the mountains, to overcoming breast cancer, to her sustainable living work on the Farmette in Lyons, Colorado, Betsy Burton is an incredibly inspiring woman with a wonderful passion for life. As part of our Inner Visions, Outer Triumphs series, we sat down with Betsy at her farm in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains to discuss what drives us overcome life's toughest obstacles. Music by Sam Steele For more info on his music, check out samsteele.bandcamp.com
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Ronnie Thwaites beats breast cancer
 
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Politician, lawyer and broadcaster Ronald 'Ronnie' Thwaites speaks about his battle with breast cancer and his triumph against the disease.
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PSA for Georgia's Breast Cancer License Tag Program
 
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Did you know that $22 of the fee for every breast cancer license tag sold goes to help women in need? Yes, for each breast cancer license tag purchased from the Georgia Department of Revenue, $22 of your fee supports grants for organizations that provide screenings, education and treatment for Georgians without insurance that are also below the poverty level. Georgia CORE administers the Georgia Access, Care, Treatment and Services (ACTS) Breast Cancer Grant on behalf of the Georgia State Office of Rural Health. In 2012, nearly $1.1 million was awarded to 16 community organizations from the sale of breast cancer license tags. Located across the state, these organizations use the funds to expand breast cancer education, screening, access, outreach and treatment to Georgians in need. The more breast cancer license tags sold in Georgia, the more services and education provided to those Georgians that may not otherwise have that access. Please find out how you can purchase a breast cancer license tag by visiting your county tag office. To find the location of your tag office, please visit the Georgia Department of Revenue web site. Put a breast cancer license tag on your car to show support and help Georgia's needy women.
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Good to Get It Out - Project Lulu staged reading
 
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Presented at University of Iowa's April 2013 "Examined Life" narrative medicine conference, Good to Get It Out features professional actors reading excerpts from the writings of 7 breast cancer survivors. This project documents qualitative results of a study by Essentia Institute of Rural Health in Duluth, MN, in collaboration with Project Lulu. Women wrote online in small groups for six weeks at a time. These are their voices, their experiences.
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Marta Navarro: LIVESTRONG
 
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This is the story of Marta Navarro, who after being diagnosed with breast cancer began to look at the world in a new light. In 2010, LIVESTRONG's anti-stigma campaign, Comparte tu Histoira, reached out to 12 cancer survivors in Mexico, like Marta Navarro, and asked them to share their stories to inspire the public to change people's perception of cancer. Produced by Students of the World 2012 Producer: Chris Hunt Camera: Ricardo Palomares and Louis Keller Editor: Louis Keller
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AdvaMedDx: Personalized Medicine and Women's Health - Lisa Hill
 
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Speaker: Lisa Hill - Breast cancer survivor On December 12, 2012 AdvaMedDx hosted a Capitol Hill briefing focused on personalized medicine and women's health. Advances in our understanding of human genetics and biology have dramatically improved the way we diagnose and treat debilitating disease, particularly in women. Innovation in diagnostic tests targeted at women's health hold great promise for identifying small genetic differences that can often impact prognosis and outcomes. Diagnostic tests that target and protect women's health can range from pregnancy and ovulation tests, prenatal screening, and bone density testing, to ovarian and breast cancer tests. These advancements in diagnostics have led to better screening, treatment and survival rates for women.
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Cancer campaign:99 days of cancer campaign
 
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http://www.ktnkenya.tv Cancer cases have become rampant in the country. Cancer treatment is extremely expensive and inaccessible by many especially the poor in urban slums and rural areas. The Kenya association of cancer has launched a campaign dabbed 99 days of cancer campaign that will not only create awareness on cancer but will push the government to strengthen health centers to be able to screen and even treat cancer patients affordably. Here is KTN's Angel Katusia with a story of a woman surviving cancer amid poverty.
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Karen Neely
 
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Get Checked and Get Fit.
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The Cancer Story you Haven’t Heard | Michaela Higgins | TEDxUCD
 
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Speaking after her TEDxUCD 2016 talk Professor Michaela Higgins said, “We are seeing an exponential increase in cancer cases in the developing world as we improve the control of infant mortality rates and infectious diseases. 70% of all cancer deaths are occurring in Africa, Asia, Central and South America, yet nearly 90% of the $100 billion currently being used to treat cancers is spent in Europe, USA and Japan.” “As I outlined in my TEDxUCD 2016 talk to reduce this imbalance, and taking into account that most cancers have a lifestyle or environmental cause, we need to stop smoking, eat healthily and vaccinate against common cancer-causing viruses.” Prior to Professor Higgins current appointment, Michaela was an Assistant Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School and a Consultant Physician at Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston. While in Boston, Michaela was involved with the development of a small oncology service over an 18-month period, at Hôpital Universitaire de Mirebalais in Haiti. This was with support from Partners in Health, a not-for-profit corporation working to bring the benefits of modern medical science to those most in need, in Haiti and around the world. She is a member of Cancer Research UK’s Clinical Trials Awards and Advisory Committee and the Mater Hospital Lung Cancer Working Group. She serves on the UCD Clinical Research Centre Executive Committee. Michaela is enthusiastic about teaching the next generation of medical doctors, and is particularly interested in global oncology. Twitter: @ucdmedicine This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
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Women in Shenzhen ask: How important is breast cancer screening?
 
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Breast cancer screening serves a vital role in detecting the disease at an early stage and saving patients’ lives. In China’s southern city of Shenzhen, women who are age 35 and older are recommended to do the screening regularly for free. Breast cancer is a scary concept to a lot of people. In China, the incidence of the disease is increasing every year. How are local governments dealing with the problem? Watch a video from the southern city of Shenzhen to find out.
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Marlene King of METAvivor Talks About Making Decisions in Cancer Care
 
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Marlene King joined us for a panel at a 2015 NCCS Cancer Policy Roundtable event. She discussed how cancer patients and oncology professionals collaborate in decision-making that will improve care planning and coordination. Shared decision-making has been described as the beginning of a quality cancer care experience, and written care plans are considered roadmaps for appropriate coordination of care. Although many cancer care providers include informed decision-making as part of the cancer care process, others do not. Some cancer patients request information and engagement to inform treatment decisions, while others do not. Marlene King was diagnosed with Ductal Carcinoma in Situ (DCIS) in 2008 at the age of 48; at which time, she elected to have a lumpectomy, chemotherapy and radiation. After treatments the cancer seemed to be in remission. In 2011, the cancer returned and she decided it would be best to have to a double mastectomy and reconstructive surgery. However, one year later in 2012, Marlene was diagnosed with stage 4 metastatic breast cancer; the prognosis for life expectancy 4-36 months. During this time, Marlene decided to connect with METAvivor and overtime made it her priority to be an activist through the organization in raising awareness about the facts about metastatic (stage 4) breast cancer. She is currently a member of the METAvivor Board of Directors. METAvivor exists to sustain hope for those living with metastatic breast cancer.
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Cancer patients forced onto India's streets
 
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Every year tens of thousands of India’s poorest cancer patients make their way to Mumbai for treatment. They pay very little at one of the most specialised hospitals in the country. However, overwhelming demand for services and steep property prices mean some have little choice but to call the streets around the hospital home. Al Jazeera's Nidhi Dutt reports from Mumbai.
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Eminent Singer and daughter of a breast cancer survivor Fahmida Nabi on breast cancer awareness
 
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Singer Fahmida Nabi joined a discussion and cultural program on Breast Cancer Awareness Day in Bangladesh, October 10, 2016. Kizoa Movie Maker - Video Editor - http://www.kizoa.com
Просмотров: 117 Habibullah Talukder Ruskin
Racial and Health Disparities in Breast Cancer
 
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Dr. Lisa Newman, Professor of Surgery and Director of the Breast Care Center at the University of Michigan will present on disparities in breast cancer and suggest ways PPEs can address them. Since 1985 October has been observed as National Breast Cancer Awareness month. For 30 years there have been efforts during the month that address education on risk factors and protective measures. But there are still major disparities in cancer prevention and cancer risk. Learn about why these disparities exist and what you can do to help reduce cancer risk in your communities. @PPE_Program Instagram - PPE_ig Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/Preconception-Peer-Educators-PPE-Program-157068667666133/ PPE Blog - http://preconceptionpeereducators.wordpress.com/ Dr. Newman on NBC Nightly News - https://youtu.be/tt0M_ZGZSEE Dr. Newman on CNN State of Black America - http://www.cnn.com/2009/HEALTH/07/21/bia.triple.negative.cancer/index.html
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Bangladesh Breast Cancer Conference
 
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Bangladesh Breast Cancer Conference 2015 http://bbcc2015.com/
Просмотров: 150 Rokib Hasan