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Texas among states chosen to test COVID-19 vaccine distribution

Our American Stories

01:06 min | 5 months ago

Texas among states chosen to test COVID-19 vaccine distribution

"For the corona virus is imminent. Boxes. Charles Watson reports, the country is approaching an average of 200,000 new infections a day as the U. S. Adds 1.2 million Mork cases in the last week alone, what help could be on the way soon as Fizer awaits emergency approval from the FDA, Ford's Cove in 19 vaccine officials are preparing for an almost immediate roll out. The White House task Force said the U. S will ship millions of doses of the vaccine within 24 hours if the FDA grants emergency use Authorization. Healthcare workers. Nursing homes in those with serious medical conditions are expected to be among the first to receive the vaccine. The biotech company Moderna is another front runner to produce an effective vaccine and said it is also expected to apply soon for FDA emergency authorization for Houston area hospitals are working to prepare for shipments of the first one likely in mid December, the hospitals or Texas Children's Houston Methodist Memorial, Hermann and MD. Anderson Cancer Center. Advising the vaccines be given to frontline hospital workers First

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"anderson cancer" Discussed on Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

02:03 min | 8 months ago

"anderson cancer" Discussed on Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

"This marketplace podcast is supported by MD Anderson Cancer Center home to one of the nation's largest cancer clinical trial programs of its kind providing hope to patients through new approaches and detection and advanced therapies more making cancer history dot com. Just in Ho, with marketplace, the economy is changing so fast it's hard to keep up to our latest podcast is here to help it's called the marketplace minute. Give us just sixty seconds. We'll bring you the latest on what's happening in the economy three times a day market updates business news in hell the numbers affect your personal economy. We'll tell you what you need to know why it matters just ask your smart speaker to play the marketplace minute or find it wherever you get your podcasts. When is a payroll tax holiday? Not a holiday. I'm David. Brancaccio. The trump administration's temporary cut in payroll tax and embiid to stimulate the economy is set to begin tomorrow the first of the month but it's not clear how many employers will participate marketplace's Nancy. Marshall Genzer is covering this from Washington has this work. When normally employers and workers split the cost of this tax, which by the way David Funds Social Security it's a twelve point, four percent tax. It's automatically deducted from your paycheck starting tomorrow employers can stop those deductions. Now, the payroll tax holidays only for workers making about one hundred, thousand dollars a year or less. It lasts through the end of the year, an all the taxes that taking out of your paycheck are due by the end of next April. So employees would be hit by a big tax bill. This spring employers can choose whether to stop withholding the tax. This is mandatory. And how companies reacting told us? They're not thrilled. It's really complicated and they're wondering what happens if an employee leaves before the end of the year companies are responsible for collecting the payroll tax. So they'd have to try to claw the money back from workers who left the irs just says, employers can.

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"anderson cancer" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

06:07 min | 9 months ago

"anderson cancer" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"I woke up this morning and found out that his wife died. Not that I keep up on on her health. I knew that she was had been battling it at some point, but I did not know that it would. This was even an option. I didn't know she was doing that bad. Neither did I. And I think that's the way they wanted it. I think ah Out of respect for her privacy. They had just kept a lot of the details out of the public. And she was suffering from colon cancer. And at the cancer at the age of 57. She? Ah! She lost her battle and John After informing me personally opened up on social media. And said is with a very is with a very heavy heart that I inform you that my beautiful wife, Kelly, Has lost to your battle with great breast cancer. Meaning in his voice that you gave her colon and break it the first time so insistent on this cancer spreading have last fought like a courageous fight with love and support of so many My family and I will forever be grateful to the doctors and nurses and the Anderson Cancer Center. All the medical centers that have helped as well as its not funny as well as the many friends and loved ones who have been by aside Kelly's love and life will always be remembered. I'll be taking some time to be there for my kids. So yeah, obviously, he won't be making our Ma jun night this week. What? What? What happened to did he had a child that died as well? Read what? What was the story There? Jet was 16 and I believe had a seizure in 2009. He had autism and and he passed us. Well, John as he's been no stranger to tragedy, But you know, he will get through this all with the help of his friends like me. On his faith. 7275791025 57. It seems so young, especially to someone who's about six years behind that. Well, it is very young, and it wasn't something that age had anything to do with it was breast cancer. So that is something that a 25 year old could get. That's true. Do you like his faras? Her act? You know, work is an actress. I kind of feel like she should have been or it would have been surprising. She was more famous. And maybe it was the way that she had kids and at some point, just kind of wind and was a mom because Jerry Maguire is one of my favorite movies, and she pretty much makes that movie. I mean, as much as as you know, Tom does She's great in that, and then from there, it only kind of just leveled out. It's probably because she just wanted to be a mom. She made some great choices like that Cat in the hat. Jerry Maguire on of course, 1980 eight's Twins, which is one of the most underrated films of the eighties. Danny DeVito and Arnold Schwarzenegger. Like you've never seen either one of them before. But you're right in that She seemed to have been focused mostly on being a mom and a wife. Other than picking big movies. She was really great and everything she was in and well and especially, you know, since they had a child with special needs at some point, I'm sure that that changes things drastically. Little Ah, that'll take us some time and effort for sure. So in honor of of my friend John's wife passing we have put together a game today that is going to be Miss Preston. Or psychedelic, festive. In other words, it'll either be a film that was starring Miss Preston. Or a band that you might see while doing some psychedelic festive. I think that it's actually songs the song titles by Jam bands, Right, That's my bad. So it's a song title from A jam band or a film that was starring Kelly. Press through Double Live. Who are you? I'm sorry. I just had a question about the grouper. All right. Go ahead. We are your group or authority. I'm sorry. What happens if you're on a permanent vacation in hell, You should probably grouper as much as humanly possible. I would think, right Are you on a permanent vacation? Yeah, OK. What is? What does that mean? He retired. The ammo. Well, I mean me to hell. How young Lady area. Well, I'm over 65 you go. Where do you live? Sarasota. What do you do for most of your leisure time down there you go. Shelling. I either go shopping, all right? It's at my house. You go nice, some pretty spunky. He got a man in your life. No. Unfortunately he passed away. Oh, sorry to hear that you Ah, Do you still make time for self love? No, I don't do that. Why not? Well, my husband passed away. My daughter passed away and you gotta love yourself The baby. We love you, But we can't love you like I have. I have, like two great grandchildren. I love them with everything I am. That's beautiful. Wide. I'm proud you listen to the show and thank you very much. I hope you'll call again. Thank you. Have a nice day. You too. Thank you so much. 77 5791 to 5 and 807 71125 Once this whole Rhona clears up, I got to get a big old double ender down to that woman. I think she's good. She thinks she's good. You think she's good? She thinks she's good, but she could be better. And she won't know how good she can be. You know, until I show her I don't think she needs a double ender. Okay, I know that. You know that I was spitballing there that doesn't. I'm not married to that. That was just if it was a figure of speech. Some women once they get past a certain age, they no longer need that that kind of love. And she sounds like she's existing with that without that kind of love. But is she happy? Sounded delighted. Sounded like she was light of heart. And free of spirit. You gotta live alone. Who are you? This is Boston Barbie heyday. Awesome body for like a nice little 11 inch thick 10 yeah, absolutely Bus and Bobby ready to play today's game..

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"anderson cancer" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"anderson cancer" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Anderson cancer center as it shares some safety tips at fifteen ballpark of the palm beaches during spring training and provides free skin cancer screenings March tenth and eleventh the cancer center will also be hosting an educational breakfast seminar on Monday March ninth from nine to eleven A. M. at the colony hotel in Palm Beach seating is limited to register for the seminar email events at M. D. Anderson dot org there's a cap to save on flights and how to rent a bike and a map to help you save for driving safely the all state dot it's real time driving feedback with Dr was giving you the power to lower your insurance costs in fact safe drivers can save forty percent or more connect and save with Dr one you're in good hands download the Allstate app today savings may vary by state driving behaviors terms conditions and availability use all state mobile activation provides requirements defined casually insurance company affiliates my son was playing in the finals which I hated to miss but I had a big deadline at work thanks to total wireless my husband's over the nation's best network yep it was awesome except for outside my own thanks Babe you got this with total wireless get an unlimited plan for twenty five dollars a month no contract with the gig of high speed data than two G. on the nation's best four G. LTE network total wireless total confidence available at Walmart see terms conditions a total wireless dot com your business ideas need room to run wild there's no room for error when you're raising the bar reliable partner can make a real difference that's the role of a realtor and irreplaceable expert who represents your values and reassuring voice of reason research and reach the right decision you can run your business without running your engine real look for the users are members.

"anderson cancer" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

04:42 min | 1 year ago

"anderson cancer" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"They say why they were calling oregano because they were not even while I was naive but yeah I can't even type anymore because of their wagon at turns my stomach but I don't know if it works with the oil stuff but maybe I'll try thanks Larry don't smoke the oil level area yeah lets the dog to Jay about a Jay is so have you tried this oregano stuff this or yeah no I got my dog has been all that story but anyways you know not to be disrespectful but if the guy really felt like a one AM xplocial years ago we you know we live in like two or three part of town over there Anderson cancer now we had a little boxer you have your little got diagnosed with that the stage one small cell their neighbors all the order to you know all works you know older do not put the dog on chemo radiation we're gonna make to the dog chicken stew with the with the regular stage here when they brought this crap Lupin I'm like are you kidding I gotta make this every night all the more that delegate the bigger the tumor grew in that dog bites staffs I'm white or just okay thanks Jeff he saw his I wow shot it increased the tumor man so we Megan how is good transition here correct we have been talking about all this stuff that you can eat that's supposed to be good for you then this and that and the other we got a guy we're gonna be talking to is in Texas I believe he is the currently I think he's the eating currently or is I don't know if he just did this is currently doing it he's gonna be nothing but dog food and dog treats for a month see what it does now here's our company right needs kinda I don't know we're turf gonna find out why he's doing this experiment yeah so where we talked yesterday about people in their dogs and what not all right if you love your dog you're going to ease some of their damn food this guy's going to tell you about his money where his mouth welfare is gone there but that's after the news right now newsradio seven hundred W. traffic and weather news radio seven hundred W. L. jelly Cincinnati pushing for conviction house managers say they have a mountain of evidence against the president with the four o'clock report on Matt Rees breaking now Democrats from the house are making their case that president trump abused his power and he deserves to be impeached help file manager back in session in the Senate and continue to lay out their impeachment case against president trump democratic house manager earlier today Sylvia Garcia during today's arguments as the president asked Ukraine's leader to investigate political rival Joe Biden and his son who sat on the board of Ukrainian company Borisova alleging anti corruption was his motive despite the president counsels attempts to justify his actions the evidence makes clear that president trump did not care about anti corruption efforts to Ukraine this was only about one saying his political investigations president trump legal team hasn't started presenting their case to senators yet but outside chambers attorney Jay secolo says the old dress what house managers are presented I think a number of those statements are actually tenuous to put it mildly and they also showed how central the bidens are to their arguments I mean really really central with continuing coverage the impeachment trial of president trump I'm Michelle Franzen ABC news let's get a look at the drive home the latest traffic and weather together from the U. C. L. traffic center you see health Westchester hospital is nationally recognized for providing superior medical care and outstanding patient experiences traffic is slow on the highways north seventy one from Smith Edwards up towards stored southbound seventy five you're having out of Lachlan than Freeman to the bridge and north seventy five a crowd from Mitchell to Galbraith watch out for a broken down he spent two seventy five near Turkey foot it's off to the left shoulder and the latest accidents Auburn Avenue in east McMillan and on spring Grove west of.

"anderson cancer" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"anderson cancer" Discussed on WTVN

"MD Anderson cancer network a program of MD Anderson cancer center the nation's leading cancer hospital this means our expert physicians can review your treatment and diagnosis directly with their peers at the nation's top cancer hospital find leading cancer care at Ohio health dot com slash cancer care the fetal heart rate had dropped to a dangerous level causing a lack of oxygen to the child's brain a C. section would have prevented the child cerebral palsy discover the truth call one eight hundred elk Ohio elk and elk experienced in birth injury cases my friends there is a new culture war between New York progressives and feminists now the progressives are pushing a bill in the state legislature to legalize surrogate pregnancy they say surrogate's can help gay couples overcome biological challenges like men not having a womb progressives thought making this an L. G. B. take your rights issue would be a slam dunk of liberal New York enter the feminazis the mother of all the feminazis Gloria Steinem denounced the whole idea of legal surrogacy because paying women to have babies that's not cool it makes women's bodies a commodity and you end up with the baby to know knows now apparently the you would arrive uterus is whatever track big money prices for star gets range from twenty grams of two hundred grams per baby feminists say that poor women would be hardest hit because they always are and that the money would tempt them to enter this surrogacy trade feminist slammed the buying and selling of ends and renting walls that's today's New York liberals for you on the one hand they're fighting over paying to make babies for gay couples on the other hand there fighting to make sure babies don't get boring to anybody even if they make it out of the world I dare you for trying to make sense of any of this and then live amongst it'll.

"anderson cancer" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"anderson cancer" Discussed on WTVN

"With MD Anderson cancer network a program of MD Anderson cancer center the nation's leading cancer hospital this means our expert physicians can review your treatment and diagnosis directly with their peers at the nation's top cancer hospital find leading cancer care at Ohio health dot com slash cancer care the popular roundup weed killer has been linked to non Hodgkin's lymphoma as evidenced by a recent multi million dollar verdicts if you use roundup into been diagnosed with cancer call one eight hundred L. Ohio does joint arthritis pain keep you from the activities you love to do it so that you need to try my new clinically tested patented product I'm Hank Haney and last year my voodoo pain relief cream helped over fifty thousand people feel better now how did my little company reach so many people it wasn't hard because word of mouth is powerful is specially if something works better than anything else on the market I know everyone is skeptical of trying new remedies so I'm gonna make it really easy for you to try my voodoo pain relief cream for the next one hundred customers I'm offering you your first two weeks supply of voodoo pain relief cream absolutely free just go to voodoo pain relief dot com right now to order your free two week supply and you'll find out why people say voodoo pain relief cream is by far the best product they have ever used go to voodoo pain relief dot com right now twenty twenty I heart radio podcast awards are days away casters have become household names across celebrate the people who create amazing S. podcast across categories like comedy all about the story right crime did it why they do it Ford from the plays in the cold making history and many more I want to thank all who will listen and listen right here and watch it live next live dot com slash I heard I denied adolescent big deal your ABC six first warning weather from meteorologist filled Kelly mostly cloudy windy and warm today we could see gusts of forty five miles an hour plus so it is going to be real windy out there afternoon storms likely probably around.

Vaping epidemic to get more scrutiny in the Texas Senate

Austin's Morning News

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

Vaping epidemic to get more scrutiny in the Texas Senate

"And the rising use of E. cigarettes in Texas a state lawmakers considering additional laws to protect public health the state Senate health and Human Services committee will be meeting today to hear testimony about the health concerns of vaping Dr Ernest hawk of the N. B. Anderson cancer center says one of the biggest fears is what's not known about E. cigarettes right now these devices are regular about it the FDA in any substantive way and so manufacturers can really put in a whole variety of different chemicals and that's part of the issue **** adds that the addictive nature of nicotine and its effects on the developing brain or two of the biggest

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"anderson cancer" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

11:47 min | 2 years ago

"anderson cancer" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Tampa and traveled to MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston for fellowship training in micro, vascular surgery, despite time in my former city of Houston, Texas. She remains unfamiliar with bubbas buffalo burgers, but she certainly will know how to get there after this program, Dr Dorn, whereas we was recruited to the department of plastic surgery at MC W two years ago in two thousand and sixteen Dr Chris fight. I completed undergraduate school and medical school. At Howard University in Washington DC, his anesthesiology training was completed at rush university. Followed by a fellowship in pain, management, and regional anesthesia at the university of Wisconsin. He joined the CW faculty last year in the department of anesthesiology well in this segment of the program, we will going to focus on ventral hernias. We tried to cover inguinal groin, groin hernias in the last segment. Matt, can you start with a brief description of what a ventral hernia is? So eventual hernia is is essentially a hernia on the abdominal wall. That is in the front portion of the abdominal wall. So the dorsal half of a body is in the back in the front so just about anything in the front most of these occur either as a belly button. Hernia or as a previous incision that caused a hernia okay? And when the when, when you have to fix the ventral hernia the incision is usually larger or the procedure is usually of greater magnitude than. An England oak Reinhard here. Is that correct? Typically unless we're talking about just a belly button or an umbilical hernia. Those are usually small little outpatient procedures oftentimes done at the same time as a inguinal hernia. But yeah. When once we get to the incision hernias, those are typically a little bit more involved. And for those of us who do in my in my in my practice, I do a lot of pancreatic cancer care. And so typically, many of those operations are large operations done through an open incision. So a straight line typically that's from a little bit below the breast bone to a little bit below the belly button. What causes eventual hernia? Why in some patients? When the surgeon sews up the abdominal wall, it, stays shut and everything is perfect. And why and other patients do they develop a hernia. So, basically once, you know, once you cut through the muscle to get into the abdomen. You have to repair that. Muscle and muscle. Intendant. Really? And so if you think about any other repair, if you repaired, your somebody's knee, or their achilles tendon or something like that, you would put that patient in some sort of immobilization for a while as things healed. But unfortunately, for the abdomen you start using your dominant wall muscles, the moment you start to wake up from anesthesia. So essentially, you can do a perfect job sewing things together. But it's just the fact of waking up coughing breathing standing that sort of causes things to pull apart. Now, there, there are risk factors that make some patients more susceptible to getting a hernia such things as obesity, diabetes smoking, and just sort of the genetics of how that person heels. But, but basically any big incision puts you at risk anywhere from twenty to forty percent for getting a hernia. And how long should we patients often ask? How long can I not lift anything and how many pounds can I lift until? Until the abdomen has healed from a big incision. So you'd get a different answer for just about, as many doctors as there are out there, but based on some, some older data, what we think is, is a reasonable amount of time is about somewhere between four and six weeks. We try to limit patients to lifting more than either ten or twenty pounds and that just has to do with how much straining you put on your domino wall when you lift those things we know that you probably put some more strain on your domino wall, when you cough and you sneeze and you laugh and you go to the bathroom, but we can't really control those things, but we do ask patients, not to, to lift heavy things if, if they can control it. Well, Chris, maybe, maybe we'll talk a little bit about both post operative pain control. And what kind of anesthesia many patients often get we can maybe do this in reverse order, we'll start with post operative pain control. So Dr Goldblatt does, fixes, a huge ventral hernia on a patient. How should that? Should the pain be controlled in that patient? So basically the modalities the we have a pink control for venture on years includes the, the plane blocks, and essentially the variety of plane blogs. We have the trans-pacific dumb, no plane blocks to rectus, she'd plane, blocks and equipped Ratto slumbering plane blocks. And what those are is basically injecting local anesthetics in between. The mostly is way the nurse. Terminate supply sensation and on cessation of pain across until abdominal wall all the way to the posterior abdominal wall the goal again is to use an ultrasound to check this local anesthetics into the muscle as wet is knows terminates to provide pain control post operative. So typically, you do that before the operation, or at the end of the operation. When when do you do that? Ideally, it's best to do it before the operation. You can also do it afterwards. Again, it's much, much challenge in because at the post operative changes that occur after surgery again. Ideally specified before. And how do you know you're in the right right place? Do you use ultrasound to what do you use? Ultrasound guidance is extremely beneficial and show you underwrite place. And you do that with the patient awake or or asleep. We offer light sedation before proceeding with the block, and we do a local anesthetic injections at the site of the injection with ultrasound guidance. So you typically do it before they before they go into the operating room in the in the like holding area prior to the operating room. Is that what you do this? We usually do it into regional as t- Zhou and acute pain section of the hospital before they go into does the does the patient have to ask for this. I mean, how do patients know that this kind of service is available also easy to coordinate with the globe? Goldblatt end the soldiers. And if they if it's requested, then we call the. Patient the night before in communicating exactly what we will be doing the day of surgery and on arrival rival on the DO surgery. They usually are Trieste from the area to the wraps area. Get your block in transit transition to the operating room, and most of these large ventral hernias, had done under general anesthesia. Is that correct? That is correct. So that means that the patient has a breathing to put in there on the breathing machine during this correct? Yeah. And the, the benefit of doing a block with a gentleman is t- joys was day they wake up and they start using abdominal muscles, that Dr go black nation. The, the block is still in place in so days at good pain control during the surgery prior, and also was awake in the in the pacu and beyond. Great. So Erin is as a plastic surgeon, you're oftentimes kind of the last person in the chain of doctors. So the patient say had a cancer operation done my me, and unfortunately, developed a hernia you may be involved either before or after Dr Goldblatt because they just don't like, maybe for example, they didn't like how their abdomen looked before the hernia repair. They may not like how their abdomen looked after the hernia repair. What can you do about it? That's a good question. We often see a lot of patients in that situation at somewhat similar to women after pregnancy that may end up with extra skin tissue on the abdomen after multiple surgeries or potentially hernia repairs. You can end up with extra skin and fat that money patients are unhappy with so one of the most common procedures we perform, which can be done at the same time as a hernia repair, or it can be done. After is called Pinnock elected me. It's similar in some ways to abdominal plastic or tummy, tuck, and that we remove extra skin. And sometimes extra fat from the abdomen to make a improved contour and this can be done in two ways, most commonly, it's done with a large transverse incision. So an incision that goes from hip bone to hip them or can also be done with a vertical incision. That goes along the line of your belly button. And why would why does some patients just not worry about it? In other patients want to have the contour of the abdomen fixed. I mean, maybe it sounds like a simple question, but I mean how patients come to you are? There are they're potentially impediments to coming to you. I mean obviously, there are probably a group of patients that frequently go to plastic surgeons for cosmetic issues, and then there are probably a large number of patients who are a little bit embarrassed or inhibited, about going to correct. That's correct. And we often. A lot of patients where the amount of excess of Domino's skin and soft tissue that they have is intrusive to their life. Maybe they're not able to exercise or fit into close easily some patients actually getting infections, and rashes, and the full of extra tissue. So it goes beyond a cosmetic procedure, and often is covered by insurance because of the amount of excess tissue. Other patients have smaller amounts of extra tissue and are less bothered by it because it doesn't affect their daily activities. And so they may not come forward for intervention. Sure. Matt, you had a comment here too. Well, I was going to say that these combined procedures that will do sometimes really sometimes the most gratifying because the patients really come in with a really a body image problem. And the hernia is, is the underlying physical defect. But what they're seeing on the surface is the skin. And so when you, you know, we can go in there and we can fix the hernia and then have plastic surgery come in and do a beautiful. Job closing up and taking off excess skin and the just to see the patients. You know, the there is when they first get a look at how things look after surgeries really gratifying thing to to all of us medicine. So certainly for some of these patients with larger abdomens who have had multiple operations in the past for whatever reason. You, you and Erin would would work together in one anesthetic, the patient would be put to sleep once, and then the hernia would be fixed, and the abdominal wall would be Ricans. Reconstructed reconfigured, if you will to look much better, right. I mean it just seems to make a lot of sense to, to only have an anesthetic once to only have one stay in the hospital and, and so, yeah, if we can get it to work that way in coordinate, it, it certainly seems to be the one of the best ways ago perfect. Well Aaron maybe in our last thirty or forty seconds. You can talk about pain. Do you do you see some patients who just have pain from their from their abdominal wall surgeries? I would say, that's less common. Occasionally patients do have pain from their abdominal wall operations and certainly having excess skin and tissue or. Can affect the the pain as well. But are there any other any options for injecting those patients who have chronic pain options of injecting local anesthetics around the area of the pain, again?.

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American Cancer Society, Anderson Cancer Center And Obesity discussed on Phil Valentine

Phil Valentine

00:37 sec | 2 years ago

American Cancer Society, Anderson Cancer Center And Obesity discussed on Phil Valentine

"Here in the United States. The overall cancer rate is decreasing in men and stabilizing and women. That's according to researchers at the American Cancer Society, but young adults ages twenty four to twenty nine are seeing a rise in related cancers. Colon and Dmitry gallbladder kidney pancreatic to name a few. This new studies lead author says his findings are warning increase burden of obesity related cancer in the future saying that obesity is now potentially halting or reversing the progress. Achieved with cancer over the past several decades. One in college. As we spoke with from MD Anderson Cancer Center

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Anderson Cancer Center, Dr Pedro Ramirez And Mike Rosty discussed on 24 Hour News

24 Hour News

00:32 sec | 2 years ago

Anderson Cancer Center, Dr Pedro Ramirez And Mike Rosty discussed on 24 Hour News

"Minute. There's some surprising results for patients, undergoing cervical cancer surgery. AP's Mike Rosty reports were deaths have been found when using a less invasive procedure. Studies of surgery for cervical cancer have produced. Unexpected results finding the less invasive version to have a higher death rate for patients Dr Pedro Ramirez of the university of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, led the more rigorous of the studies it found women who had the less invasive surgery were four times more likely to see their cancer return compared to women who underwent traditional radical

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Why is Cancer Insurance Worth Selling

Agent Survival Guide Podcast: Empowering insurance agents selling Medicare, Long-Term Care, Life, Annuities, & Final Expense

05:53 min | 2 years ago

Why is Cancer Insurance Worth Selling

"How would an unexpected diagnosis affect your clients? Give them peace of mind with coverage that can help ease the stress of cancer treatment AS g episode ninety. Why is cancer insurance worth selling written by Roxanne Anderson Cancer insurance can help offset the cost of care for those diagnosed with the second leading cause of death in the United States. Let's talk about what makes selling this type of supplemental coverage advantageous for agents raise your hand. If you know someone affected by cancer, the majority of people do because cancer does not discriminate. It doesn't matter if it's a top athlete or an average, Joe young or old male. Or female. No one is out of reach of this deadly diseases grasp according to the American Cancer Society, too in five men and one in three women will develop cancer during their lifetime. Chances are you personally know someone affected by cancer. Maybe they go to your church or their kids play on your kids team. They could even be a family member as an insurance agent. You have the chance to deliver peace of mind to a future fighter by helping them fund their battle against this lethal fo the benefits that cancer insurance can provide a twenty thirteen study from the Fred Hutchinson cancer research center found that individuals with cancer were approximately two point seven times more likely to declare bankruptcy than those without cancer. Additionally, a recent study from the same organization found. That financial insolvency may act as a risk factor for early death among cancer patients, in addition to devastating person's health cancer can also recap Vic on their bottom lines and thereby further negatively impact their health cancer insurance can alleviate some of the financial burden those diagnosed with certain cancers face. It can also help fighters and survivors provide for and protect their families. Generally speaking, there are three main types of cancer policies also known as dread disease policies expense incurred indemnity and I, I ag- notice or occurrence the first to pay set amounts for covered medical expenses. The louder pays a lump sum which can often be used for medical and non medical expenses, like monthly bills upon the first diagnosed. Of cancer. These are some expenses. A cancer insurance policy may cover. Co pays deductibles out of network specialists, hospital stays tests, treatments and procedures like chemotherapy, even travel accommodations for patients and their loved ones. Considering if cancer insurance is right for your clients when deciding whether to add cancer plans to your portfolio, determine if this type of ancillary cross sale makes sense for your clients and your prospects. For the most part, cancer insurance is available to individuals eighteen to ninety nine years of age. Some carriers won't issue policies to people who have been previously diagnosed or treated for particular cancers or other conditions, such as aids aids related complex issue or Hodgkin's disease. Additionally. Many carriers who provide this kind of protection offer policies that pay out for cancers of internal organs, but not most skin cancers for those with a family history of cancer, and those who make lifestyle choices that can increase their likelihood of developing this dread disease. Cancer policies can be worth every penny for the agents who sell them. These policies can merit much more.

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Two Scientists Earn Nobel for Discovering a New Pillar in Cancer Therapy

Michael Berry

00:54 sec | 2 years ago

Two Scientists Earn Nobel for Discovering a New Pillar in Cancer Therapy

"For the first time a Nobel prize in medicine has been awarded for cancer therapy. One of the researchers sharing the prize did his groundbreaking work at UC Berkeley. Here's science editor. Daniel Benton, James Allison says he didn't start out intending to cure cancer. He wanted to know how t cells work T cells are a key part of our immune system. They attacked cancers and other diseases, but they also have a kind of breaking system that slows them down Alison discovered the molecule that serves as the brakes and had an idea here. He is speaking at a press conference this morning. Russia just disable the brakes and see if that will allow them your sister to attack cancer and. Did the therapy has extended the lives of thousands of cancer patients. Alison director the UC Berkeley cancer research laboratory for twenty years he currently works at the MD Anderson Cancer Center in

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Houston scientist Jim Allison awarded Nobel Prize for Medicine

Investor's Edge

02:49 min | 2 years ago

Houston scientist Jim Allison awarded Nobel Prize for Medicine

"American ensuring the Nobel prize for medicine USA radio networks, Chris Barnes has more on the story to scientists run from the US and one from Japan are the winners of the Nobel prize for medicine, the Nobel Institute in Stockholm announcing the Jim Allison and to sue Honjo were honoured for their discoveries leading to new approaches and using the immune system to battle cancer. Allison is a professor at the university of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center in

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"anderson cancer" Discussed on KSRO

KSRO

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"anderson cancer" Discussed on KSRO

"Percent in, fact it's four hundred percent more absorbable in a syllable than the average turmeric out. There that's not in a life form delivery and the opera attached to. It, now as this particular, earn we've talked about it on the show before the effects of using turmeric and the active ingredient Senate the curcumin as it relates to. Cancer here's a, quote Dr Byer that you might be interested in according to one of the world leaders in turmeric research from MD Anderson Cancer. Center this is a doctor Aggarwal he says I have seen no cancer that has. Not benefited by. Turmeric I mean that's this MD Anderson Cancer Center I just I, just hung out with a bunch. Of the researchers in. Northern Japan I was at a symposium with these guys these guys are serious about what. They do down there they do good work here. You have one. Of the, leading researchers in terms in the world talking about how it has an impact on. Cancer which is outstanding I'm gonna let you take it from there from. The, cancer to the diabetes, go yes Dr Martin in fact there's over two thousand published studies showing the anticancer benefits app tumor in fact a recent one just came. Out from the, university of California researchers showing that it slowed the growth of tumors and significantly reduced the tumor sized and it did this by. Stopping the cell reproduction The cancer cells and, even reduce, the size of those tumors from. The university, of California researchers recently showed that very important study is okay. And you, know when you when you're talking. About an herb like this it sounds like it's too good to be true are. There any potential known adverse side effects of. People taking this particular plant this herb or are there. Is there any interaction let's. Say somebody's taking a certain pharmaceutical drugs or other herbs are there any interactions that people need to be concerned about, as early no. Interactions that consistently aware of people that might be on anticoagulant medication might be cautious. With, the amount that of, use also people take too much it was they might get a. Little loose, stools perhaps he's been the only side effect otherwise it's harvest and completely capable of most people taking with no problem at all well I gotta. Tell you I've I've I've challenged that theory myself Swigging the liquid future farm turmeric and no problem in that area whatsoever and I I'm like the canary in the. Cage I like to. Test these, things out to make sure that they're, safe, and effective, on my own, body because I've taken a lot of different products most of which was a waste because it doesn't absorb and assimilate this. One I was one of those things where you know you felt something, change you just couldn't put your finger on it. I don't have any known disease that I'm aware of but I don't want any that's, why I use? Future farms liquid turmeric? Personally and my family does because we don't want these diseases. That seemingly come out of nowhere but yet they're chronic they simmer there underneath the radar scope and then suddenly people who go into their doctors year after year told they're perfectly healthy and now. All, of a sudden they have this catastrophic disease diagnosis and now they're spinning. Trying to figure out how to get, out of it and there's not a good.

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"anderson cancer" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"anderson cancer" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Now that to silicon valley insider once again your host keith coup insiders welcome back to silken insider with to and i'm joined today by the founder and ceo the hack fund jonathan nelson we've had a very interesting conversation so far about jonathan's new project the hack fund and how it's disrupting venture capital this week's tip of the week is really a governance risk and complaints tip there was a texas medical firm md anderson cancer center that just got fined four point three million dollars by the department of health and human services and the reason why they got fined is for with considered an unencrypted device that's stored personal health information and i wanted to bring this up because i think that in the past especially prior to two thousand seventeen we hear a lot of data breaches data breaches just theft of data it's actually also sloppy handling of data and coming from large banks and large technology companies we know that this is becoming more and more serious otherwise he wouldn't have had some cambridge and luca and facebook so here's a situation where we talked about it in terms of working with your auditors and compliance folks oftentimes people have findings are called audit findings and they them and when they get ignored this kind of like a scoff lawley think oh through the big deal almost like an unpaid parking ticket well the government because of all of privacy theft breaches sloppy handling we are seeing more and more situations like anderson cancer center this is only the second time.

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"anderson cancer" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"anderson cancer" Discussed on WJR 760

"Kept fighting with stephen luigi piazza and we have a piece of tape that i think an found on facebook uh i've said before that dan gilbert does a heck of a job interviewing people he's done a great job in we had and filling here a few times uh but we found tape that they put on facebook of dan gilbert basically is interviewing steven luigi piazza at md anderson cancer center let's let's listen to little of that since great stuff on failure so tell me about failure and people why it you know i've never found how you have to fail and just some guy never want to try and then if they now try they never fail and so i i talk about gnamin to them about one for the money to the show a three to get ready three iranian through the rain through to get ready inning and they never move off ready and they feel safe and ready but ready never moves you anywhere and never stretches you so knowing no one if you feel that this near a dime whole world's it's all over and you can come back and actually be better next the thing because you don't know what if you've never fail raising it might be the end never see failure fares alert experience but more importantly and never see failures failure as an opportunity to perfect my sense is rumored to hammer the need permission to know that it's okay that they can be a better future which you can drew baker that hope is becomes a reality with the execution if you're willing to do the work and most of the guys just went to solve for today and we only saw for today we have blessed the tomorrow hence all about creating momentum menu as a leader once your momentum you can't and the biggest thing that i see it was leaders over plan her hand and then massive not because the guy correct some went on one thing compared to the whole bodywork selfmocking are not about living in where can you do for me now which new it's bob more of i'll let you bill for me for the future is about building wealth building suffered permanent legacy for someone else see been you have left a legacy.

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"anderson cancer" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:41 min | 3 years ago

"anderson cancer" Discussed on KTRH

"Is now leading a normal life after giving up on grueling treatments that failed to stop her cancer doctors say her case the first recorded it added she is now leading a normal life after giving up on grueling treatments that failed to stop her cancer doctors say her case is the first recorded instance in which a patient has recovered by using the spice after stopping conventional medical treatments will one of those of course who has been on the turmeric kick for years christian wild is website my heart book dotcom christian what an amazing story and finally it's recorded data it added an earthquake yours starting the new year with a good story on turmeric you know the daily mail called this the first known case of someone who use turmeric tablets to defeat cancer but just yesterday yesterday the very same publication had reported on another case involving a forty four year old woman named vicky stewart who today is cancer free from breast cancer which he credits to a healthy diet and lots and lots of turmeric md anderson cancer center of course is many successful cases so this is not the first and only success the woman had explained stewart had explained how her doctor had repeatedly told her that turmeric would do virtually nothing and we're report jewish was who are in coverage by her success and want to know more how far headed to her the kurds were we christian oh i would say i would say of years and want to know more how far ahead of the her is a curve were we christian oh i would say i would say of year but uh uh this is between a patient and and there and the physician who may be he may be more likely to but uh uh this is between a patient and and there and the physician who may be he may be more likely to be acceptable to combining turmeric along with traditional therapy as opposed to strictly uh monolithically taking turmeric uh in east even if that's what you end up with you i think you're going to have a better chance of defeating the cancer as long as turmeric is part of the therapy all i take it every day.

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"anderson cancer" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"anderson cancer" Discussed on KTRH

"Is now leading a normal life after giving up on grueling treatments that failed to stop her cancer doctors say her case the first recorded it added she is now leading a normal life after giving up on grueling treatments that failed to stop her cancer doctors say her case is the first recorded instance in which a patient has recovered by using the spice after stopping conventional medical treatments will one of those of course who has been on the turmeric kick for years christian wild is website my heart book dotcom christian what an amazing story and finally it's recorded data it added an earthquake yours starting the new year with a good story on turmeric you know the daily mail called this the first known case of someone who use turmeric tablets to defeat cancer but just yesterday yesterday the very same publication had reported on another case involving a forty four year old woman named vicky stewart who today is cancer free from breast cancer which he credits to a healthy diet and lots and lots of turmeric md anderson cancer center of course is many successful cases so this is not the first and only success the woman had explained stewart had explained how her doctor had repeatedly told her that turmeric would do virtually nothing and we're report jewish was who are in coverage by her success and want to know more how far headed to her the kurds were we christian oh i would say i would say of years and want to know more how far ahead of the her is a curve were we christian oh i would say i would say of year but uh uh this is between a patient and and there and the physician who may be he may be more likely to but uh uh this is between a patient and and there and the physician who may be he may be more likely to be acceptable to combining turmeric along with traditional therapy as opposed to strictly uh monolithically taking turmeric uh in east even if that's what you end up with you i think you're going to have a better chance of defeating the cancer as long as turmeric is part of the therapy all i take it every day.

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"anderson cancer" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"anderson cancer" Discussed on KPCC

"And as an actress but how does this is science friday ira flavio later in the hour we'll talk about whether the supreme court may be allergic to math but first we're starting to understand that are microbiome the trillions of bacteria viruses fungi in our gut as a farreaching influence way beyond just our digestive system it's been called our second brain there's almost uncountable unseen microbes can of visa on almost uncountable unseen microbes can affect our mood our physical health even our risk of disease and scientists are investigating how this mix of microbes interacts with one of the most complicated diseases and talking about cancer and what this might mean for treatments a group of researchers looked at how the bacteria in the body of melanoma patients affected their treatments and the results were published this week in the journal science let me to do spy guest jennifer war go is an author on that study he's also has her of surgical oncology and genomic medicine at the university of texas md anderson cancer center in houston welcome up the friday thank you so much higher you're welcome in your study you compare the microbiome of melanoma patients that were and we're not responding well to immunotherapy and what did your fine yes that's correct and you know ira so we we actually had known about some science that was published a few years ago that showed and might that if you look at the bacteria and the my and you can actually at eight different between my alma and that respond or don't respond ammuna a therapy and you can actually change their microbiome and make them respond better to cancer therapy and so you know we had an opportunity to study.

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"anderson cancer" Discussed on Quirks and Quarks

Quirks and Quarks

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"anderson cancer" Discussed on Quirks and Quarks

"Twenty two twenty two hours a day just laying down miserable euro or wasn't able to do anything and i was constantly shaking and sweating and nauseated and mostly i just wanted to see me because i was terrified that she was can remember some of this you know her her dad just shivering and the shaking in the corner readers story is all the more poignant because of what he does for a living he's a research taller at the burman institute of bioethics at johns hopkins in baltimore he was aware of the dangers before he started taking opioids to manages pain that was bad as readers symptoms were for some it can actually get worse taking opioids can make you more sensitive to pain that's right painkillers can have exactly the opposite effect of what they were meant to do neuroscientist peter graces a professor at m d anderson cancer center in houston texas he dove into the spinal cords of rats to learn why this happens dr grace welcome to kortun corks thanks it's a pleasure to be with you today now we've all i think a lot of us have experienced having to take things like morphine after surgery earned and injury to kill the pain that really does so when dual opioids actually increase pain sensitivity yes so as you know our bureaus in the short term a really wonderful time kill as they do an excellent job on the other homes um it's really not know learn whether they have any benefit or perhaps even any harm when they take over the long term and so that was the question that we were really interested in trying to understand and so we at models we were looking at the the longterm effects of opioids on time after a nerve injury yhombi now model so you're saying that the the the drugs behave differently on the short term than they do in the longterm.

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"anderson cancer" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"anderson cancer" Discussed on KGO 810

"Might not to get that yeah i mean he might not be able to talk the same way again i mean and if you're an actor alleged just say or a rail host mom um i mean career the other they're so the the head of the mayor marilyn anderson m d anderson cancer center in texas says that these these hpd related throat cancer in men are now more prominent than there are cervical cancers in women which is amazing so because you got what am i guys the what what i say that number would early was eleven million guys each year going to get it now they can't be right it can't be on an icy well no they found that eleven and a half million men have contracted hpv but whether or not they the the throat cancer that's can be a genetic thing we don't know he eight on got it anyway so it is again men and women of she would be a boys and girls between eleven and twelve a get the javits a little shot boom that said it's not like anything complicated it's a simple shot and relieved to know what it's four when you come to things like unity vaccinelike is there a like what exactly as pertussis tank the shot well we all know the worst person in the world not name donald trump today is a guy that i so i thought that scott pruitt was bad disguise worse and i'll tell you why next on inner scott pruitt right yes eta pa tried to destroy the epa we have one just like day but ten times worse because people are dying and he's worst personal were lining trump next keiji santrac from the children autobody traffic desk okay fewer and fewer accidents but allowed this stretches of long traffic are pretty insane northbound six eighty north of monument that traffic has cleared by traffic is backed.

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"anderson cancer" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

01:44 min | 4 years ago

"anderson cancer" Discussed on WLOB

"Cure for cancer at empty anderson cancer center so the last two years i spent by wipe lobbying congress i gave to nineteen senators but i wouldn't believe how much talk but i lobbied to get and we got it uh four billion dollars for medical research for the national institute of health and then this year we had a bipartisan bill twentyfirst century cures bill seven billion dollars while a way to get two most republicans in my opinion is to say look back what what you're like liverpool little bit longer which i like to know that your kids may not get as paediatric asthma you may not get heart disease and you may not get cancer right and and and back as we can to the when we talk about the climate change debate and all these wonderful thing about her door on yeah you know i know you are but let me let me inject to you what it seems to me to be the resistance for a lotta republicans it sort of manmade climate change versus climate change americans getting tired again blamed for everything that was the whole basis of trump's candidacy and now his presidency let's put americans first and let's stop being blamed as the bad guys for everything that's shorter the the cana the instinctive reaction that a lot of republicans like me have when we hear the environmentalists blaming americans in particular for killing the planet well you know everybody is contributing to this but that being said what going to resignation is what i just told you rent aiko to you.

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"anderson cancer" Discussed on Money Radio 1200AM

Money Radio 1200AM

02:24 min | 4 years ago

"anderson cancer" Discussed on Money Radio 1200AM

"There you go on the presentation you know now performance lead with outperform celebrates all the no you said to that performs that with no side effect now last year how many come a pathways of cancer is to mirka fact well you put on my website with the permission pending anderson cancer center where i learned a lot of money it what i know from the my mentor you're a leader throughout the rules and md anderson i'm better and posted on the website a grasp of thirty one pathways the cancer their turmeric interference wrist the reason they are never able to completely stiff beat cancer this is it travels by i'm a different signaling pathways well it heals that unless you can target all of them it will serve i've and if you don't get all the master settled which turmeric does and the two main bit to mains which is this shuts down also in prevention is look in their cap a be and staff three those total of thirty one so yeah it's an exciting time for something the knock it was as it's to a little spice like that i've done a lotta work which i want to share with you today on it's stem cells because we heard so much about stem cells fifteen years ago we were promised so much and then we don't hear much about it anymore the public we kind of wonder but we deserved to know the truth and now we look back with the benefit of twenty twenty hindsight i want to share some of the information to let your listeners besides for themselves when they see and here that back no agenda what was true and what hasn't been through what works and what is has not been working let's talk about that when we get there themselves and then we're going to give you some inflammation made it all and we get back but now you get to who they're again oh be sure to listen them will be right back was crisp him while.

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