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Rex Hoffman, Radiation Oncologist, on Radiation Therapy as treatment for Cancer
 
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Rex Hoffman, Radiation Oncologist at Providence Saint Joseph Medical Center on Maximizing Outcomes in Cancer Treatment and your cancer treatment team.
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Meet Our Doc: Lindsey Hoffman, DO, Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders
 
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Dr. Lindsey Hoffman says that coming to work at Children's Hospital Colorado as a pediatric hematologist/oncologist is not a job, it's a calling. Learn more about why she chose to specialize in neuro-oncology and what motivates her every day. To learn more about the Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders at Children's Hospital Colorado, visit https://childrenscolorado.org/cancer
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Dr. Karen Hoffman on the Urologist's Influence on Prostate Cancer Treatment Choice
 
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Karen E. Hoffman, MD, MHSc, MPH, Assistant Professor, Department of Radiation Oncology, Division of Radiation Oncology, The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, describes the diagnosing urologist's influence on the initial treatment selected for elderly men with favorable prostate cancer. For more prostate cancer resources, visit http://www.onclive.com/specialty/prostate-cancer
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Meet Our Doc: Adam Green, MD, Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders
 
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Pediatric neuro-oncologist Dr. Adam Green strives to help his patients live a long, normal life. Learn more about what motivates him and why he believes research is so important. To learn more about the Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders, visit childrenscolorado.org/cancer
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Fighting Prostate Cancer - Rex Cancer Center Oncologists Help
 
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At the Rex Cancer Center, radiation oncologist Dr. Pete Hoffman help patients find the right treatment for prostate cancer. One patient share his success after the cancer was found soon enough to avoid surgery and undergo a less invasive treatment.
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Cancer Physicians Who Triumph: Rex Hoffman
 
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Doctors at the Roy and Patricia Disney Family Cancer Center are ushering in a new era of cancer care, bringing the best treatments together in a multifaceted, multidisciplinary way. Their priority is to gain the best outcomes by treating the whole person - not just the disease - with an integrated blend of the latest technology and time-tested therapies. These world-class specialists have just one goal: helping patients triumph over cancer.
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Diagnostic testing before cancer treatment
 
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Before starting cancer treatment, breast cancer patient Doris Thomas went through a series of tests at MD Anderson Cancer Center, all in one day. Since MD Anderson is a multidisciplinary hospital, it is typical for tests to be scheduled and completed under one roof in one day. Tests performed include an echocardiogram, lung CT scan, lab work and brain MRI.
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Treating the Psychological and Emotional Impact of Cancer on Patients and Their Families
 
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Marissa Cangin, PsyD is the director of Psychosocial Oncology Services at Emerywood Hematology/Oncology.
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FILE:DUSTIN HOFFMAN TREATED FOR CANCER
 
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Dustin Hoffman treated for cancer; is reportedly in good health. To License This Clip, Click Here: http://collection.cnn.com/content/clip/37025942_001.do
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Brachytherapy for Prostate Cancer at the Rex Cancer Center - Rex HealthBreak
 
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Rex Cancer Center oncologists plant the seeds for successful prostate cancer treatment. Oncologist Pete Hoffman, M.D. explains brachytherapy.
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Pinnacle Awards 2016 - Dr. James M. Hoffman
 
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Dr. Hoffman is a member of the St. Jude faculty and clinical staff, with his appointment based in the Pharmaceutical Department. He has emerged as a senior leader within the St. Jude clinical staff, currently serving as the Chief Patient Safety Officer for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital (SJCRH). Dr. Hoffman earned both his undergraduate and doctoral degrees from the Philadelphia College of Pharmacy at the University of the Sciences in Philadelphia. In 2014, he was recognized as young alumnus of the year by the University of the Sciences. He earned his MS degree at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, completed postgraduate training at the University of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinics, and is also a board certified pharmacotherapy specialist (BCPS). Dr. Hoffman was recruited to SJCRH in 2004. He has made a profound impact since joining, significantly enhancing the care that patients receive and the role that his department plays in the care of children with cancer, sickle cell, HIV, and other potentially devastating diseases. His primary interests include patient safety event detection, clinical decision support, and the clinical implementation of pharmacogenetics. Dr. Hoffman is an investigator on PG4KDS (www.stjude.org/pg4kds), which is St. Jude’s prospective clinical trial to optimize the processes required to successfully implement preemptive pharmacogenomics for “precision medicine.” In addition, he has been a member of the global Clinical Pharmacogenomics Implementation Consortium (CPIC) since its inception. Dr. Hoffman’s influence has extended well beyond clinics and inpatient units, as his many accomplishments, including teaching, professional organizational work, mentoring, and publications have impacted the care of children worldwide.
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Lunch to Learn Topic : Cancer
 
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Tri-state Community Health Center with Stephen Hoffman, D.O.
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Jeffrey Crane, M.D., Medical Oncologist - Rex Cancer Center
 
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Meet medical oncologist Dr. Jeffrey Crane in our Rex Cancer Center.
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Bonnie Hoffman, talking Cancer Treatment
 
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Bonnie Hoffman, RN at Avera Queen of Peace Cancer Center, talks about the different options of cancer treatments. Every cancer treatment is different and can be overwhelming. Take a trusted person with you to the doctor's appointment to help you record and remember what the doctor says.
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Raul Mena, MD, Oncologist on Cancer Treatment
 
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Raul Mena, MD, Oncologist on staff at Providence Saint Joseph Medical Center on Cancer Treatment
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Pete Hoffman, M.D., Radiation Oncologist - Rex Cancer Center
 
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Meet radiation oncologist Dr. Pete Hoffman with the Rex Cancer Center.
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Care center offering new therapy for pets with cancer
 
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SYCAMORE TOWNSHIP, Ohio (Sydney Benter) - A technology that's been used for years to treat cancer in humans is now available to treat pets in the Tri-State. An animal hospital in Sycamore Township is partnering with PetCure Oncology to offer stereotactic radiosurgery (SRT). Care Center is one of only a few facilities in the country offering the therapy. "The benefit of stereotactic radiosurgery is you take a very high dose of radiation and you put it at sub-millimeter accuracy so you're trying to treat only the tumor," said Dr. Doug Hoffman, CEO of Care Center. With traditional radiation, patients required 18-21 treatments and the side effects weren't pleasant. SRT offers a more precise approach that attacks just the tumor and spares the healthy tissue surrounding it. Patients are usually finished with the therapy after 1-3 treatments. "The anesthesia is the most crucial. They have to be anesthetized every time, so if they can do it one and out the door, yeah, it is going to revolutionize and it has been around on the human side for many years, so for it to come to the veterinary world is, yeah, it's great," said Kelli Sloane who works at Care Center on behalf of PetCure Oncology. Mac Hussey found out about the therapy after his dog Bindy was diagnosed with cancer in 2015. She had a mast cell tumor on her snout that was nearly impossible to surgically remove. Hoffman said Bindy was a perfect candidate for SRT. She had one treatment and is now cancer free. "She's my dog. In our house dogs are part of the family and they're not expendable," said Hussey. "It's a really exciting thing. I mean, we're basically changing how cancer is treated. The thoughts before were we're just trying to control something. We're now looking at something that maybe we can cure it," said Hoffman. The possibility of a cure comes at a cost: about $9,000 when all is said and done. Traditional radiation therapy costs between $5,500 and $6,500 at Care Center. For Hussey, you can't put a price on man's best friend. "Would not have changed a thing. Took one less vacation, but would not have changed a thing!"
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Stupid Cancer Jams at Cancer Treatment Centers of America
 
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Cancer Treatment Centers of America hosts a pit stop for Stupid Cancer Co-Founder Kenny Kane and John Sabia at their Phoenix location. John sings along with local artist Mary Hoffman to entertain the folks who came out to see the Stupid Cancer Chevy Volt and CTCA Hope Springs Organic Farm on Saturday, April 20th, 2013. Learn more here: http://omgsummit.org/roadtrip/2013/ Join us on Facebook: http://facebook.com/cancercenter Mary Hoffman: http://www.maryhoffman.net/
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Ask the Expert + Webinar Muscle Invasive and Advanced Bladder Cancer Treatment Options
 
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During this one-hour program, Dr. Jean Hoffman-Censits of the Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center will answer your questions about muscle-invasive bladder cancer (MIBC) and advanced bladder cancer treatment options. She will also give an overview of the MIBC treatment landscape. Stephanie Chisolm, PhD, of the Bladder Cancer Advocacy Network (BCAN) will moderate this program.
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Disney Family Cancer Center: Radiation Therapy
 
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Roy and Patricia Disney Family Cancer Center: Cancer Treatment Overview, Radiation Therapy
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Century Wellness Clinic Reno, NV Cancer Treatment Center
 
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There's no cure for cancer. But, there's hope. At Century Wellness Clinic in Reno, Nevada, you'll find new hope and new options in treating cancer. Offering alternative treatments, homeopathic formulas, combination therapies, counseling and more, they offer information, insight, healing and hope. Now's the time to take control of your future. Visit us http://www.yellowpages.com/info-22366188/Century-Wellness-Clinic?from=youtb
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Mount Sinai Prostate Cancer Treatment Options
 
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Please visit http://www.msccc.com
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Prostate Cancer Treatment Options
 
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J. Kellogg Parsons, MD, MHS, discusses prostate cancer treatment options, including active surveillance or watchful waiting, and explains who is an appropriate candidate for these treatment options. Learn more about prostate cancer treatment at Moores Cancer Center at UC San Diego Health: https://health.ucsd.edu/specialties/cancer/programs/urologic/prostate/Pages/default.aspx
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Disney Family Cancer Center: Cancer Treatment Overview
 
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Roy and Patricia Disney Family Cancer Center: Cancer Treatment Overview
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Disney Family Cancer Center: Cancer Treatment Introduction
 
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Roy and Patricia Disney Family Cancer Center: Cancer Treatment Overview
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Risks Of Natural Cancer Treatments
 
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Dr. Lisa Schwartz warns patients against unproven natural cancer remedies urging them to stick with complementary and integrative medicine. Dr. Lisa Schwartz is the Director of Integrative Medicine at the Roy and Patricia Disney Family Cancer Center at Providence Medical Center.
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Justin Wu, M.D., Radiation Oncologist - Rex Cancer Center
 
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Meet radiation Oncologist Dr. Justin Wu with the Rex Cancer Center.
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Fighting Cancer Naturally - Dr. Joseph Mercola #N3
 
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Earlier this year, Bloomberg News published its annual survey of the world's 40 healthiest countries. The United States, which is considered the wealthiest and most powerful nation on earth, finished 33rd on that list -- just below South Korea, and just above Bosnia-Herzegovina. Other countries that finished above the U.S. in that survey included Cyprus, which is in full economic collapse, and Cuba, which is ruled by one of the few remaining communist governments. Among the leading health problems in America are heart disease, cancer, stroke, and respiratory ailments. Type Two Diabetes, which can lead to heart disease and stroke, as well as blindness, is at near-epidemic levels. Many of our problems are the result of lifestyle choices that lead to obesity and hypertension. All of these problems will become more acute and commonplace as the population ages -- and the costs of providing care for people suffering chronic health problems will increase dramatically. What can be done to make America healthier? Do we need to rethink our approach to healthcare in fundamental ways? We'll discuss these issues with Dr. Joseph Mercola. A best-selling author whose expertise is sought by publications and news programs nation-wide, Dr. Mercola was chief resident at the Chicago Osteopathic hospital. A state-licensed Physician and Surgeon, Dr. Mercola was also the Chairman of the Department of Family Practice at St. Alexius Medical Center in Hoffman Estates, Illinois. Stream: http://NextNewsNetwork.com Facebook: http://Facebook.com/NextNewsNet Twitter: http://Twitter.com/NextNewsNet Sub: http://bit.ly/Sub-to-N3 Hashtag: #N3 About: Next News Network's World News Program airs daily at 6pm and 11pm Eastern on Comcast, DirecTV and Over-the-Air and Online at http://.com/.html World News is available to 6 million viewers from South Beach to Sebastian, Florida and to 2 million viewers in Boston, Massachusetts via . broadcasts on RF channel 44 (virtual channel 9) from Palm City and is carried on cable TV channels 44 (SD) and 1044 (HD) by AT&T, on cable channels 17 (SD) and 438 (HD) in West Palm Beach by Comcast, on satellite channel 44 (SD) in West Palm Beach by DIRECTV, and on -Boston which broadcasts on RF channel 38 (virtual channel 6) from the Government Center district in downtown Boston. More about : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ Community Guidelines Disclaimer: The points of view and purpose of this video is not to bully or harass anybody, but rather share that opinion and thoughts with other like-minded individuals curious about the subject to encourage conversation and awareness.
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Dr. Hoffman-Censits on Challenges With Sequencing for Urothelial Carcinoma
 
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Jean Hoffman-Censits, MD, associate professor of Medical Oncology, Thomas Jefferson University Hospital, Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center, discusses challenges facing the sequencing of agents for patients with urothelial carcinoma.
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The Pap Corps - Dr. James Hoffman, Hematology/Oncology, Internal Medicine
 
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James Hoffman, M.D. is a board certified hematology oncologist. He completed his undergraduate studies at Columbia University and attended medical school at Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York. Dr. Hoffman completed his internship and residency program in internal medicine, and served as chief medical resident at New York University Medical Center. Dr. Hoffman is a Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center trained fellow specializing in medical oncology and hematology with a focus on plasma cell diseases including multiple myeloma and amyloidosis. He has lectured on behalf of the Amyloidosis Foundation, and is the editor for the Amyloidosis section of the National Organization of Rare Diseases (NORD). Prior to joining the Sylvester Cancer Center, Dr. Hoffman served as a faculty member in the hematology oncology division at the Cleveland Clinic in Florida where he was director of the clinical lab.
Dr. Alice Ho Discusses Postmastectomy Radiation Therapy
 
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Alice Y. Ho, MD, radiation oncologist at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in New York City, discusses postmastectomy radiation therapy for patients with breast cancer who have undergone breastreconstructive surgery.
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John P Hoffman, MD, FACS, Surgical Oncologist
 
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Chief, Pancreaticobiliary Service Marvin S. Greenberg, MD Chair in Pancreatic Cancer Surgery
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Laetrile At Sloan-Kettering | Second Opinion | Trailer | by Eric Merola | Cancer Cover-up
 
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On DVD, Blu-ray or Rent/Buy instantly & get 74 minutes of extras: http://www.secondopinionfilm.com/ About "Second Opinion: Laetrile At Sloan-Kettering": The War On Cancer, launched in the early 1970s, set the stage for a massive influx of new ideas in fighting the disease of cancer. Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, America's leading cancer research center at the time, was assigned the task of testing an unconventional therapy called "Laetrile" in an effort to curb the public's "false hope" in the alleged "quack" therapy. Ralph W. Moss PhD, a young and eager science writer, was hired by Sloan-Kettering's public relations department in 1974 to help brief the American public on the center's contribution to the War On Cancer. One of his first assignments was to write a biography about Dr. Kanematsu Sugiura, one of the Center's oldest and leading research scientists as well as the original co-inventor of chemotherapy. While meeting with this iconic scientist to pen a biography on his 60-year career atSloan-Kettering, Moss discovered that Sugiura had been studying this "quack remedy" in laboratory mice, and with unexpectedly positive results. Shocked and bewildered, Moss reported back to his superiors what he had discovered, only to be met with backlash and denial from Sloan-Kettering's leaders on what their own leading scientist had found. Fueled by respect and admiration for Sugiura—Ralph W. Moss attempted to publicize the truth about Sugiura's findings. And after all diplomatic approaches failed, Moss lived a double life, working as a loyal employee at Sloan-Kettering while also recruiting fellow employees to help anonymously leak this information to the American public—through a newly formed underground organization they called—"Second Opinion". Learn more about the director: http://merolaproductions.com/eric-merola-bio/
Borland-Groover Clinic Dr. Hoffman reviews Colon Cancer Screening
 
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We specialize in gastroenterology and hepatology. Founded in 1947, our clinic has grown into the largest gastroenterology clinic in the Southeast. Our physicians offer comprehensive treatment and use the latest endoscopic advances to perform minimally invasive procedures such as colonoscopy, upper endoscopy, endoscopic ultrasound, and biliary endoscopy (ERCP).
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Psych Oncology Program at the University of Michigan Comprehensive Cancer Center
 
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The Psych Oncology Program at the U-M Cancer Center is devoted to relieving the numerous negative social and psychological effects of the disease. The Program is comprised of staff from a number of U-M departments, all specializing in helping people face the emotional issues unique to cancer.
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Laetrile At Sloan-Kettering | Dr. Hoffman & Ralph W. Moss | Part 2 of 2 | 8/29/14
 
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Hoffman's radio show: http://drhoffman.com/listen/weekly-radio-show-podcast/ Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GcCyawsaWZQ More: http://www.secondopinionfilm.com/ See the leaked documents: http://www.secondopinionfilm.com/the-documents/
Cryotherapy for Precancerous and Cancerous Lesions of the Upper Gastrointestinal Tract
 
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Brenda J. Hoffman, M.D., Chief of Endoscopic Ultrasound at MUSC's Digestive Disease Center, discusses cryotherapy, available at MUSC since February 2013, for the treatment of precancerous and cancerous lesions of the esophagus and stomach. Abnormal tissue is frozen with nitrogen gas and then allowed to thaw. Abnormal cells are killed by this freeze-thaw cycle and healthy cells encouraged to regrow by controlling acidity. Patients experience less chest pain than with radiofrequency ablation.
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The Real Deal: United Healthcare Medicare Patients, Out-of-Network at Albany Med
 
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COLONIE €“ If you have UnitedHealthcare insurance through a Medicare or Medicaid program it may come as a surprise to learn that Albany Medical Center is out of the insurer€™s network. Gail Hoffman is a cancer patient, so when it comes to insurance, she has to do her homework, €œI researched everything, made sure all my providers, the physicians were all in network, I checked my drugs to make sure they weren't going to cost me more,€ she tells CBS6. She chose a new Medicare Advantage program this year through UnitedHealthcare that she thought would give her the best coverage for her care. €œYou're not only dealing with just cancer and what means and what it's going to be like the next day when you wake up but you're also dealing with the medical costs and all the stress from that,€ Hoffman told CBS6 Investigative Reporter, Jennifer Lewke. That stress got a whole lot worse when just one-week before a surgery at Albany Medical Center she found out the hospital is out of United€™s network. €œThe woman at the desk where you sign in and register said to me, you know that you're responsible for 30 percent of the bill€your insurance is only going to pay 70% and I was just dumbfounded,€ Hoffman says. €œAlbany Medical Center is one of the top facilities in the area so why are they not participating?€ she wonders. Especially since one of the two doctors who will perform one of her surgeries is considered in-network yet the hospital where it will be performed is not. A United Healthcare Spokeswoman says, Hoffman€™s Ear Nose and Throat doctor practices in-network with University ENT and out-of-network as part of Albany Medical Center Otolaryngology. UnitedHealthcare gave Hoffman two other local in-network hospital options but neither her ENT doctor or her Neurologist have privileges to preform surgeries at those locations. €œIt's work on my spine so I don't want to go someplace where I don't trust or even know the provider,€ she says at the thought of a last minute switch. A spokesman for Albany Medical Center tells CBS6 that the Hospital is an in-network provider with United for commercially covered patients with private insurance or through an employer but not with government sponsored patients. Albany Med, he says, has never been in United€™s Medicare network. When asked whether the Hospital and Insurance company were in talks to bring the Medical Center into the network, he would not comment. United says in a statement to CBS6, €œMs. Hoffman selected a Medicare Advantage PPO product with a $0 monthly premium and different co-pays and co-insurance for in- and out-of-network care for physicians and separately for hospitals. As we explained to her, since Albany Medical Center has not been part of UnitedHealthcare€™s Medicare network and her physician will treat her there, she is responsible for 30 percent of the accepted Medicare rate, rather than 20 percent if she received care at an in-network hospital.€ Albany Medical Center is the only level-one trauma center in the Capital Region, so many wonder what would happen in an emergency situation. According to both AMC and United, a patient would pay the out-of-network price until he or she is medically stable at which time they could decide whether to be transferred to an in-network hospital. After calls from CBS6 both the insurer and the hospital have offered to reach out to Hoffman and see whether she qualifies for any programs that would help off-set the increased price for the out-of-network coverage but she€™s hoping her story at least serves as an alert to other seniors.
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Regional Radiology | Cancer Treatment | Staten Island, NY
 
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Regional Radiology is an outpatient imaging center in Staten Island, NY that focuses on imaging and radiation oncology services to those in need. Comprehensive services include CT, MRI, mammography, breast biopsy, nuclear cardiology and ultrasounds. Their board-certified and qualified radiologists work with critical care for fast results and proper treatment. Visit us http://www.yellowpages.com/info-465561048/Regional-Radiology?from=youtb
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Stand Up to Cancer - St. Baldrick's Pediatric Cancer Dream Team
 
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http://bit.ly/MeetTheDreamTeam The Stand Up to Cancer - St. Baldrick's Dream Team is a $14.5 million dollar grant over four years to combat the most hard-to-treat childhood cancers. The dream team, announced Sunday, April 7, is led by Dr. John M. Maris, director of the Center for Childhood Cancer Research at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia and Crystal L. Mackall, chief of the Pediatric Oncology Branch of the National Cancer Institute (NCI) in Bethesda, Maryland. Not only are the researchers coming together as a team, they are also bringing together two scientific areas that have, until now, been evolving on parallel tracks: genomics (the study of genes and their functions) and immunotherapeutics (using the body's own immune system to attack cancer). Learn more about the Dream Team at http://bit.ly/MeetTheDreamTeam or join the conversation: #kidscancerdreamteam
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Stage-4, cancer survivor, Peggy Sue's survival story
 
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Short interview with stage-4 cancer survivor Peggy Sue. In this interview she shares a detail about her survival story that she's never shared before.
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Understanding Systemic Chemo Options in Bladder Cancer | Part III: Chemoradiotherapy
 
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In this Part III of IV "Understanding Systemic Chemotherapy Options in Bladder Cancer" Patient Insight Webinar, Dr. Jean Hoffman-Censits from Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center at Jefferson discusses chemoradiotherapy and combined trimodality therapy.
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Understanding Systemic Chemotherapy Options in Bladder Cancer | Part I: Clinical Decision Making
 
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In Part I of IV "Understanding Systemic Chemotherapy Options in Bladder Cancer" Patient Insight Webinar, Dr. Jean Hoffman-Censits from Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center at Jefferson discusses the various considerations taken to determine a patient's chemotherapy treatment plan.
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Ami Brown health update: Brown family checked into hospital
 
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Ami Brown Cancer Update: How's she doing now? Ami Brown, the Brown family patriarch from 'Alaskan Bush People,' has been battling cancer for over a year now. Recently, the family has checked into UCLA medical center, where Ami underwent chemo and radiation treatment a few months ago. She was declared cancer-free in the fall of 2017. Has her cancer returned? #AmiBrown #AmiBrownHealth #BillyBrown #AlaskanBushMom #AlskanBushPeople #eCelebrityFacts Sources: https://goo.gl/y7YYzp (In Touch Weekly) https://goo.gl/ftCiZS (The Hollywood Gossip) Image Sources: https://goo.gl/tznL1i (People) https://goo.gl/9QFGGW (Popculture) https://goo.gl/mAF7r5 (Discovery Channel UK Facebook) https://goo.gl/Qc7CaM (Radar Online) https://goo.gl/JL9KV5 (Alaskan Bush People Facebook) https://goo.gl/7K22zm (fashion news daily Twitter) https://goo.gl/f5m55m (Wikipedia) Audio Credit: Track: Crooked Princess Music from Jukedeck - create your own at http://jukedeck.com Catch up with us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ecelebrityfacts/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/ecelebrityfacts/ Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/ecelebrityfacts/ If you have any complaints regarding copyright issues, contact us at: social@ecelebrityfacts.com Thank you for visiting our channel. Please like, comment, share. Subscribe to our channel: https://goo.gl/SUH8FP You can also visit our official website https://ecelebrityfacts.com/ for more celebrity updates. Visit our second channel, MyHowBook, for lifestyle-related contents: https://goo.gl/3cPPEC Also, check out our new partner channel to get new and important info about Harley-Davidson https://goo.gl/G2PQSA Check out this channel, Car Chix for information regarding women in racing. https://goo.gl/X9DEQ9 Also visit this awesome racing channel by Jimeez Photos: https://goo.gl/EdfN6Y
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Mistreatment at Sylvester Cancer Center UM
 
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My sister was misdiagnosed with bursitis when she actually had multiple myeloma tumors. Instead of treating her with urgency, her doctors set up a basic treatment plan. During that time her arm broke, needing surgery and spreading her cancer everywhere. She died after undergoing an intense chemo treatment. Because some tumors were pressing on her abdomen, she wasn't able to eat. Her nutrition was maintained in other ways. However, after having her in UM ICU, a brilliant nurse decided to put a feeding tube down her throat as she was battling a pulmonary infection. This sent my sister into cardiac arrest. The nurse laughed when I asked why she did that. My sister let out a tear before she passed away. I will never forget and have more videos and pictures to prove the horror.
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Dr. Jean Hoffman-Censits on the Results of a Phase II Trial Studying Atezolizumab in Bladder Cancer
 
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Hoffman-Censits says outside of the first-line therapy of cisplatin-based chemotherapy in locally advanced unresectable bladder cancer tumors, there are currently no solutions for disease progression. For more resources and information regarding anticancer targeted therapies: http://targetedonc.com/
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Colorectal cancer survivor on his cutting-edge clinical trial
 
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Lawrence Meadows, a reverend and father of two, was diagnosed with stage IV colorectal cancer when he was 39 years old. Unhappy with his prognosis and options in his home of Spartanburg, South Carolina, Lawrence traveled to MD Anderson for a second opinion. Here, Lawrence met with Scott Kopetz, M.D., who confirmed the adenocarcinoma diagnosis and recommended a chemotherapy cocktail called FOLFIRI (folinic acid, fluorouracil, and irinotecan). For Lawrence, the results are promising. “I’m down to three small spots of cancer now, with one pressing against my bladder and two others in my stomach lining,” he says. In November of 2016, Lawrence was one of the first participants in a new Phase I clinical trial that tests whether a special, customized form of vaccination can provoke the immune response that's so far missing in colorectal patients. Read more about Lawrence's story: https://www.mdanderson.org/publications/cancerwise/2017/08/colorectal-cancer-survivor--explore-your-familys-cancer-history.html
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PSMA - Targeted T Cells for the Treatment of Prostate Cancer
 
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PSMA - Targeted T Cells for the Treatment of Castrate Metastatic Prostate Cancer. Susan F. Slovin, MD, PhD, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. Dr. Slovin is a CDMRP-funded investigator supported by the DoD Prostate Cancer Research Program (PCRP).
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