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Charlene Wheeless on Reclaiming a Life of Authenticity After Being Diagnosed With Cancer

Breast Cancer Conqueror Podcast

01:43 min | 2 weeks ago

Charlene Wheeless on Reclaiming a Life of Authenticity After Being Diagnosed With Cancer

"You chose to do traditional treatments than you are. You did Masek double mastectomy chemo. Radiation and those are extremely challenging therapies. Go through so while you were going through that treatment those treatments what was it that Kept pulling you forward in knowing that you were going to be successful in your healing journey. You know i I hoped i was going to be successful. You know i. I don't know if i ever got to a point where i said i. I know i'm going to beat this. Because i know many cancer survivors. Who are not here any longer. You know but i. I have two daughters who now are twenty five and twenty seven and they were both out of school by done and they. They came home to be with me. And so certainly you know that was that was a motivator to just keep moving forward and also deep down. I knew that i was meant to do something with us right so i had to experience at an go through it so that i could turn it into something right i. I'm one of those people that i don't believe in coincidence. I don't believe in happenstance. I actually believe everything happens for a reason in sometimes we know. Sometimes we don't. But i perhaps part of what drove me just the sheer curiosity trying to figure out why why what's going on. You know although. I promised myself that i was never gonna ask why me right because why not

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Late-Stage Cancer Healing with Life Coach Tara Coyote

Breast Cancer Conqueror Podcast

02:24 min | Last month

Late-Stage Cancer Healing with Life Coach Tara Coyote

"Why the time. I moved back home to hawaii which was in the winter of two thousand nineteen and for the next few months. I was in such bad health space. I had so much cancer my lungs. I can't hold a conversation. I had to sleep sitting up for two months. Because i had so much cancer my lungs i was literally choking in my sleep. My bones were breaking down. I started walking with a cane. During that time i was referred to hospice and it was petrifying. You know i was losing weight. It was it was clear on my way out. And i'm very fortunate that the medical system here in hawaii they have aloha spirit. You know it's all about love and acceptance and my doctors here. They didn't push me. They weren't blowing me in the same way unfortunately did a northern california and they said listen. You know doing chemo could possibly save your life. But if you don't you probably have six months to live which it was true like my. I was dying. My partner at the time was literally scared. I would die in my sleep. So i had to face my worst fear of doing chemotherapy and face a lot of the traumas around my best friend. Deb's staff and i really sat with a question of do i wanna live. Do i want to do what scares me. The most and my son was twenty. Six at the time. And i thought i wanted to be here for my son. I had so many friends in my similar situation. Who had died from adhering to the natural route and i saw myself going that direction so i really checked in with myself and i said okay. I'm gonna do chemo. I'm gonna face my fears. I did the work of byron. Katie really questioned my thoughts and turn it around like you know at first. I thought he is poison. That will kill me. And i was in the public is sharing this message to so i really humble myself to turn this message around and tell the public okay. I'm doing chemo now So i had to turn the thought around from it. Being poisoned to it being healing nectar and i started doing chemotherapy It was very hard but it was a tremendous rothe experience. I'm so grateful. I did

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A Simple Reason Why Not to Push for a Vaccine Mandate

The Dan Bongino Show

01:56 min | Last month

A Simple Reason Why Not to Push for a Vaccine Mandate

"The listening audience? So my point here is a rather simple one. Not crudely made, but common sense. You have no idea. My neighbor is you don't know his name. You don't know what he does. Therefore, if you don't know his name or what he does you probably know nothing about his medical condition his medical history. If he's been infected with Covid or not, if he has a condition like Brian Deane, right on social media, some vascular condition that could maybe prohibit him from getting a vaccine for various health reasons. You have no idea you don't even know his name. Forget about any of the details of his life. Yet you want to push a nationwide mandate pushed down through private companies. You're pressuring it to doing it for everybody to get a vaccine and just to be clear you don't know them. You don't know their names. You don't know their health conditions. If they've had covid, you know nothing about them. But you want a national vaccine method. Please digest that for a moment. The mandate supporters out there. No matter where you stay again, I know it's hard. I know you already trying to think through a counterpunch because what you're processing makes sense. And you're like, Gosh, if it makes sense, I've got to flush it down the toilet because I'm a liberal, and I don't want it to make sense candidly, even if you're a Republican who support system You don't know anything about these people. You don't know if they're going through a condition like Brian Deane, right is by the way I know him only from Fox News. We're not besties. I didn't call him and say Hey, tweet this before my show so I can talk about a vaccine mandate on my show. I just literally read it during the break. I got a quick bite to eat before I came bounced up in my studio here for the radio program. And I thought this is it. This is a perfect example of what I'm trying to say. Legions of Americans have been vaccinated. Listen, ladies and gentlemen, I never lie to you. I'm one of them. I have lymphoma. It's a cancer above of the blood of your immune system. You can your immune system gets compromised. My doctor told me. I think it's a smart thing for you to do after chemo. That was when my doctor said I don't know what your doctor told you. I'm

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Mark Hoppus Reveals He’s Battling an Aggressive Form of Lymphoma

Z Morning Zoo

00:48 sec | 2 months ago

Mark Hoppus Reveals He’s Battling an Aggressive Form of Lymphoma

"From blink. 1. 82 was on twitch on Tuesday and revealed that he was diagnosed in late April with stage for a diffuse large B cell lymphoma. This is cancer. We knew yet cancer. He talked about the type of cancer. He has its blood cancer, he says. The taxes white blood cells is my blood's trying to kill me now, if you want good news. His mom had the exact same type of cancer and beat it. She also beat breast cancer twice so that mark that gene and is in him. Someone did. Um, he described chemotherapies in the first round, felt like being an electrocuted zombie. By the third round, he felt nauseous and sick. Um, he had a test done to determine the effects of the chemo. But there isn't an update. Yet he is optimistic and said, We're beating this cancer. It's just a matter of time. So staying optimistic. So

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Future-Proofing the Digital Health Ecosystem

Outcomes Rocket

01:45 min | 3 months ago

Future-Proofing the Digital Health Ecosystem

"Health is becoming front and center and for very good reasons so talk to us a little bit about virtual health. How are you guys adding value to the ecosystem. I mean just to complete the story of how. I got the jump from aging in place to healthcare as you mentioned in the introduction i mean i have a family member asked away for late stage diagnosis and that was my first exposure to the healthcare industry. I found it extremely frustrating experience as many people. Do and the one thing when the you know the individual ultimately ended up passing away. And i think the one thing that i really had difficulty with was the first one was high risk. There were forty year. Smoker ended up having lung cancer. You would think that if you're proactive in healthcare you would suggest maybe a just a basic x ray lung x ray right and if you've been able to discover this early you know that person still beer which is obviously the most important thing but i also have spent we also have saved the Health systems and the amount of time spent the waiting rooms and dealing with chemo. And the amount of money and resources were taxed from from a system that's over and then having the insurance companies spending millions of dollars for end of life care when it again. If they had been proactive. It wouldn't have had to spend that money right so for me. It was just a very simple concept of if all of our incentives are aligned. And we're all lying to find conditions early especially in high risk populations in. Why aren't we being proactive. And white we all work together. So that was my my impetus to start virtual health inspiration which was basically the technology that we're using for aging place it also could be utilized for any type of high risk ovulation. Obviously the elderly in a part of apple also people who are underprivileged underserved and using data to essentially detect those high risk individuals and intervene at the proper moment to save healthcare system. Money and time.

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How To Treat And Prevent Colon Polyps with Dr. Elizabeth Boham

The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

01:57 min | 4 months ago

How To Treat And Prevent Colon Polyps with Dr. Elizabeth Boham

"What's the big deal with pulse because we're told to get colonoscopy every two years five years ten years bidding on who you are. We're told that you know. These are big deals but really never talked talked to about how to really think about them from a functional medicine perspective in terms of prevention or treatment. It's just about going to the kospi. Cutting it out or if you have colon cancer. Cutting that out and taking chemo and radiation. But there's a whole nother world of thinking around this that allows us to to be much more targeted in our approach to preventing and treating these things so talking about whether polyps why did we get him. How how common are they in. Like the general thinking about them. Yeah absolutely so you know polyps are these growth. That occur in the inside of your intestine. So in your colon you can get these growths that are polyps and there's all sorts of different shapes types of polyps you know from at a no most hypoplastic pileups and you know all of that really influences. How risky the polyp is in terms of it. Turning into colon cancer so a percentage of these polyps can become cancerous and caused colorectal cancer. And as you mentioned unfortunately there's there's an increased rate of ecole rectal cancer. It's the second leading cause of cancer death in the united states and unfortunately we're seeing real precipitous increase in young people getting colon cancer and it's hit home for unfortunately a few times on with some of some really close friends of mine and And so it's something that you know we wanna think about you know. How do we prevent these abnormal growths from occurring especially the ones that can become dysplasia or cause

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Sadharan Baatein

45:08 min | 5 months ago

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Microsoft Launches Surface Laptop 4

Double Tap Canada

01:59 min | 5 months ago

Microsoft Launches Surface Laptop 4

"Microsoft announced a new twenty twenty one surface laptop. I thought we were going to suffer. Pru suffered pro eight because suffer. Spruce seven to stem domino microsoft. Here but this emphasis. Pro seven chemo in two thousand and nineteen thus basically back in the the old days that's the daily and before went to sleep before you fell asleep and then the water suffers pro seven plus we must admit. I didn't know anything about until last week. I've been talking to microsoft about trying to review the new surface laptop and they were saying. Warbirds suffers pro seven. Plus now the voice that but it's a business only addition laptops. He can only buy for business and that was released and twenty twenty it also is not huge amount of difference to be honest this more business focused interested but no this is quite cool. Am surface laptop. Reviews are in and so far as getting fairly. Decent reviews called suffers not top four. This is now getting eleventh gen until core processors which is pretty cool. And also i think for the first time there's an amd processor option as well. The zen two cds. Now you know more about this. Do what does that mean. Well i thought. I did. But the more i listened to try and understand it the more confused i get because of the naming on the. Amd processors is crazy so actually. Three's the latest generation of processors at least for the desktop. So i'm not sure about the lattes versions of the cpu so yeah we're talking. Zen two architecture which is the last gen is a bit. Like you you get with the intel. I five you can have generation four thousand the way up so the most recent one which is the eleven so yeah But this is actually. We're starting to see laptops becoming available with the news then. Amd processors because on the desktop side of things they are absolutely amazing and they are killing intel

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Every Game is a Home Game Pepsi

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04:08 min | 6 months ago

Every Game is a Home Game Pepsi

"If your pets per your Stewart first and foremost, everybody's from Pittsburgh My Father's Side him. My mother's side all users and proud of it off the year after the Immaculate Reception 1973. We got season tickets and I've been going to games ever since. Patrick's my son when he got to be sixteen years old. The stipulation was well, you can go you have to drive. Okay. Well, it was worth passing kind of Seventeen years 18 years or whatever, you know, which is a blast. We're 5:00 rush from the talk. Just out of habit. He sat on the left off on the right and to celebrate the good and go through the bad with your dad. You can't beat that. With my lovely wife Mana love of my life. You got married, maybe 5 she was against her too. She loves the Steelers. She made on her Terrible Towel that was there ready to grab when necessary she Drew and scream and yell and her last three years. She had been in the hospital every three or four months or something. So she passed away last October 18th. I mean I miss her tremendously, but the memories are there and nobody can take that away from me always have those pictures. That's what you want. Finger, I got a chance to it was actually their anniversary of 2018. There was an episode that he had here the week later that he was diagnosed with cancer. I went through the chemo and radiation. So hopefully it doesn't come back last year over the end of last year was sort of just a blur. So I'm going to kind of start fresh with this season. I'm in kind of the games this past Thursday morning came up. I just missed that being there. That's why I'm really bummed for this year that you gotta look out for the greater. Good could really use a few games with 60,000 plus together. But what else do you do then just adapt and make the best of it. Down here. How you doing? I'm doing wonderful. It's a pleasure to me than they do pleasure to meet you wanna thank you so much. First of all, I want to tell you on behalf of Pepsi and distillers. We know you can't make it to the game this year. So we wanted to bring the 60. You got a beautiful girl. I know what it's like to lose something you love. So we just want to make sure we brought it to you. Thank you. They feel the same. I kind of felt my modem up there for like, yeah, it's like off a moment and a girl front of you them. Even the toughest times you leaned on the people that you love the most. Yeah, we have each other and that's good enough for me.

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Dissecting Man United Luke Shaw's Strange Post-Match Interview

ESPN FC

04:56 min | 7 months ago

Dissecting Man United Luke Shaw's Strange Post-Match Interview

"Nothing to talk about that came of course in the job between chelsea united unsurprisingly the media picked up shell. Strange postmatch interview polluting. That was luke. Shaw coming out and saying the. He heard the referee towel harry. Maguire the couldn't give the penalties the penalty because it recalls too much controversy. Power mcguire has come out and said show misheard anyway. My saying all of this leads up to social saying well. The referee didn't give the game gave the penalty because everyone hates manchester united now. The referee admits it couldn't give it because it would cause too much of a fuss and the also admitted that the chelsea website behind everything bad. That's happening man just united at the moment. Because it's then who said. Keep an eye on harry. Maguire and this man united lot because they might give away a penalty dawn. How do we dissect all of this while. I mean where you wanna stop. I would say look bang out of voter. The players and the referee sites which should be strictly confidential in referee sites plaza and players of communication referees. On the pitch not shouldn't get anywhere near in my opinion into an interview after the game. They've got to keep quiet. No good for the game whatsoever. But then you go into all ec enough to the gunman hayes. Massively deflected away from yet. Another poor performance against help six. The only goal scored. Monday united was in russian against tottenham when they lost six waterproof not being quite dire so i think as a clutch and massively done. We'll talk about this running against the the big six minute. But i just want to go back to something that i think we've ever actually discussed on this show steven considering we discussed everything like an unwritten rule. Basically what referees and players say to each other than shouldn't be exposed to the media heard that before knob sister ray thing to do i don't i don't think we'll see is not a referee alive. He's going to tell to a player. And say i didn't give a decision because it could be controversial. I mean that is just ridiculous. Listen i've been. I've been playing and coaching for thirty years. And football and referees matan good ones average ones a lot of incompetent ones. But i'll tell you what they're all honest and they'll make decisions the time they don't go around looking at websites and thank could be a keep me on penalty decision that i'm not going to get because that's what all the time i mean. Just don't don't kid yourself as absolute nonsense and look shaw. You watch the video lou. Shaw as even in the camera. He's behind the referee. The goal at the back of his head to show shawl thanks he had then is beyond me and thankfully highly mcguire chemo and said as much which leads us to the next point which is so bringing this up because surely he should've rectify things on made sure everything was one hundred percent right before he then goes and and spill to the fire by bringing again in the post match interview. All right. let's say for sake of argument. That indeed only gonna so. Scar is checking now. The websites of all the teams in the premier league and how they're influencing the referees. And what that may do against medicine. Let's let's just assume that that's this is what he's doing as far as preparing his team or his own preparation for the game. Why would you come on and say that in public. Will you tell the world that you care about the chelsea website. And what their material is. How does that make you look asa manager. How desperate insecure paranoid does that make you look that. You are concerned about whatever's going on in chelsea website who's running the chelsea website. And what do you care about that. This is honestly of all the things that you can bring up with managers. This is the one that i'm just kinda like. Why do you care. This have to do anything. We whatever's going on on the field and that's your responsibility. What goes on on the field. You can control but this the lusa website is a problem. That's another issue to stevie show has obviously told all that straight after the game yet. You know unless. I can assure you you don't listen to what please tell you. After again. the runner genders thought. So what happened in the game and and the majority of them don't really know again and won. T believe that things and that's exactly what shows done. He wants to believe that should ref said so. He's decided so then he goes and tells these manager after the game. And that's why only staying on the on the interview because all these not saying unless luke shaw has actually told them so shows the one that's all i don't necessarily think the all is because he genuinely tame believed what shows told them but there should be a lesson

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Coup fighters: Myanmars persistent protesters

The Economist: The Intelligence

01:03 min | 7 months ago

Coup fighters: Myanmars persistent protesters

"Today myanmar's ousted leader aung san suu. She appeared in public for the first time since she was detained a month ago in a coup by the country's military leaders. Her appearance came as people in my own. Mark continued to take to the streets in protest even after the pro democracy movements deadliest day yesterday at least eighteen people were killed. A security forces fired live rounds into crowds across the country. There's no end in sight to the escalation as demonstrations have grown. The junta's methods have become more brutal saturday on mars. To the united nations chemo. Ton made an emotional appeal asking for international assistance. We need fun. Strongest possible action from the international community to immediately and the military coop to stop oppressing the innocent people to redan the state power to the people and to restore democracy.

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COVID cases spike among Houston Kroger workers

Houston Public Media Local Newscasts

00:53 sec | 8 months ago

COVID cases spike among Houston Kroger workers

"The union representing houston area. Kroger workers claims the supermarket. Chain isn't doing enough to protect its employees from the corona virus reporter. Andrew schneider has more on what workers are saying. The union says to houston area. Kroger workers have died of covid nineteen in the past week while nearly three hundred fifty have been infected in the past month. A record high. John evans who works for kroger and clear lake worries. The store isn't doing enough to enforce mask wearing or limit store capacity. I have three people in my family. That are at risk. One of them is actually going through chemo treatment. So bringing this home to my family is a is a major concern from the. I do everything i can to make sure that i'm protecting them. But you can only do. So much evans says kroger made sure that as a frontline worker he received his first vaccination.

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Florida state officials want to put a stop to COVID "vaccine tourism"

Rush Limbaugh

00:28 sec | 8 months ago

Florida state officials want to put a stop to COVID "vaccine tourism"

"Getting covered 19 vaccines because they cannot prove their state residency. That's a full time job now between my wife's chemo appointments down here and all that stuff. It's like I'm back to work. Royce Minsky spoke to Wink TV and Fort Myers. The state implemented the residency requirement last week to limit so called vaccine tourism people who travel to Florida just to get inoculated. Seasonal residents who don't have a Florida driver's license can use a rental agreement to show they live here. Should another

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Dustin Diamond undergoing chemotherapy treatments for cancer

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 8 months ago

Dustin Diamond undergoing chemotherapy treatments for cancer

"The storm a popular nineteen nineties sitcom is facing a health crisis a representative for Dustin diamond says the actor is now getting chemotherapy treatment after being diagnosed with cancer the rep for the star of the original saved by the bell series says diamond has finished his first round of chemo and a second round is now being scheduled he was hospitalized earlier this month in Florida and last week his publicity team disclosed that he did have cancer no details have been provided about the type of cancer involved what what his prognosis might be diamond played screech on saved by the bell which aired from nineteen eighty nine to nineteen ninety three he was in two of the spin offs but is not in the current reboot that was launched on peacock last fall I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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Ubisoft Is Developing A Massive Open-World ‘Star Wars’ Video Game

Game Scoop!

05:06 min | 8 months ago

Ubisoft Is Developing A Massive Open-World ‘Star Wars’ Video Game

"Open world star was game is in development. Not at electron arts sits in development at. Ub soft it's from the division developer yousof massive. No indication has been given us u whether it would be single player or multiplayer. Or what part of the star was timeline or win and might be released but Ub eve chemo says quote on. It's an original stores adventure. That is different from anything that has been done before. Sam what do you make of that. It can't be two stories. you can't be star. Wars chess masters tarazi yummy. Oh it's none of those things. If you just eliminate all the way star wars has manifested itself. You can figure out what this game is because it's not any of those cannon whatever it is going to be cannon with with just films and everything everything our young everything hanan. I think this is such cool news. the division is not necessarily my cup of tea but like big aaa studio. That's really really well. Resourced and capable of of of doing star wars justice undeniably so Yeah i'm really really excited. We also dug into some of the jobless things because obviously now the the word is out there like our star wars project and they're able to be a little bit more descriptive there. Nothing to revelatory words like open world action adventure linear and lawn on linear storytelling. An rpg style progression were thrown around. So it's a video game folks you heard for as many star wars games as we've gotten. Yeah it's been a million where you know this this little trailer montage. That's running a showing several of them. We haven't really ever gotten a big aaa open world star wars game. There has been role playing games. And you know jet. I fallen order is. I don't know what you would call that wide. Probably i would. I would think on the positive side. This is just yet i fall. And were because it's a bunch of open areas and ed fine with me but i want i want like i want like sky rim levels of open like our fallout lending open area. Yeah i want like actual open world star wars game. Where like that's this weird hole in the in all the star wars games we've gotten in the past if it was that that that could work well but what worries me is seeing the division footage and thinking about the avengers and like you know we did our lessons being learned about what You know open world games are when they are also games a service or are thus not being learned about that and people really like the division say anthems that the thing that scares me as much as a jazz. Yeah that's a that's a very real you know. I'd like star wars as much as the next nerd. But the franchise assertive written into a corner because there are no jet. I in modern star wars so unless they go back in time to old republic all any player ever want to do is run around as a djeddai but the fiction of every single star. Wars game has to itself for why you know. I'm not a jet. I but i'm using a lightsaber or Or calcutta's in jeddah. Fallen order is a jet. I'd here's why you know. No one knows about him like i. It's this big stumbling block. That like every star wars game has to overcome so but even if you are jet. I like you can't be getting a new lightsaber and equipping new loot and being on this loop dried. Really like he got different different robes. Sure where they can make that work. that's horrible. I think that's why a builder public works of the time when there were there were a lot of it is. I'm definitely a fan of a lot of ubisoft. Open world games. A lot of the Is far cries but Yeah just to echo what you're saying. The divisions are really my cup of tea. Either a shared world sort of lewd or shooters not really what. I what i'm into. So i don't know i don't know what to make of this Tina i know you like a lot of assassins creeds. Obviously like open games shema. What what's your take on this. I didn't play of division one. I did actually like the vision to i think there are. Rpg elements that make sense and like you know really big dense world to go around and do different activities in could could be a really good fit to so. I have confidence that us off. Nasa is a great choice in general Breaking out of. Ea exclusively is a good thing for them if felt like felt like ea developing those games Was a bit of practice for what is now known as lucasfilm games. And now they get to branch out and pick like a clipper per the type of game that they're going for so that they don't feel necessarily like hamstring into Squeezed into one publisher particularly. So it's like they got a little bit confidence with the successive jet iphone. Order and star wars squadrons and a couple advancements the battlefront two. So they've figured out a formula that could work and now they get to poach essential essentially developers from different talents to figure out what else they're gonna do in this increasingly dense cannon star wars world.

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Nikema Williams on her first day in congress

C-SPAN Programming

03:20 min | 9 months ago

Nikema Williams on her first day in congress

"So this is a picture of Congresswoman Nicky, Mo Williams was taken Sunday, right inside the Capitol Rotunda. Let's see if we can get There we go. So this was right after she was born in. So Williams represented Georgia's fifth district. That was the seat held by longtime congressman John Lewis until his death last year. Congressman Congresswoman Williams joins us live Now for our special election night coverage tonight, Congressman First recognition. Hey, congratulations to you. It's only been a few days. Has your experience in Congress been interesting? So far? How would you describe it? Oh, it has been quite interesting and it is going to continue that way. Because tomorrow we have the electoral college certification. And on the House floor. And as you probably have heard, there are a lot of Republicans that are looking to contest the election results from six days and George is one of those states. So I get the opportunity to defend our democracy on my very first time Speaking from the floor of the House of Representatives, and that certainly is fitting for you, Congresswoman, So tell me about that, though you were one of the 16 electors here in Georgia that certified Electoral college votes just a few weeks ago, And now this, you have to face this. Like you said, kind of on your first day. Absolutely. And so as I was thinking about tomorrow like my ascertainment that was fine with my name on it was signed by Brian Kim. In theory, anybody who would have done anything possible within the limits of the law. I assume it prime hip is not gonna do the chemo Williams any favors, So I am looking forward to tomorrow because I am assured that once everything is said and done, Joe Biden will continue to Be the vice president elect, and we're going through these games that the other party is playing, and it's really beyond partisanship. At this point, Jovita it is really an affront to our patriotism. This is about our country. Now. This is about our democracy. And we are going to see you're like election results Turnout tonight and they should have been focused on these election results like we were because I'm optimistic, and I think I'm gonna have to Democratic U S. Senators from Georgia Joining me in Washington Gods woman. What happens if the results at the end of this night with these run off So tomorrow? What do you think it's going to take for perhaps the country to come together? You have used language, saying that you'd like to represent everyone and unite. Absolutely so. And I will pure appraise the quote by James Baldwin. I can love and work with anyone except for those people who believe in my repression and don't believe in my humanity at the person, But what I hope that we can come together on is how do we get our Children back to school safely have a five year old. Was in the background, so I hope he doesn't join us at any moment. But it needs to be in school and person, but it needs to be state. How do we get our economy back on track? I get the emails from people who have been waiting for unemployment is this summer? Because are they don't have jobs for no fault of their own. And how do we make sure that we get this pandemic under control? Have a good roll out of this vaccine, Get the people vaccinated that needed and keep people safe in the process, So I hope those are some things that we can come together and work on that impacts everybody in this country. Not just one party. Thank you so much. Congresswoman Nicky, Mo Williams, representing Georgia's fifth district. Now we know that you are anxiously awaiting these results as we are watching them here at home. So thank you for joining us taking your time tonight. Thank you. Thank you. You have in

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Bringing Precision Cancer Care to Dogs

The Bio Report

05:57 min | 9 months ago

Bringing Precision Cancer Care to Dogs

"Joining us. Oh thank you so. It's exciting to be here spend some time with you. We're gonna talk about cancer precision medicine and dogs one health and it's fighter accu- offering is seeking to bring advanced cancer diagnostics and treatment to for legged patients. Let's start with the connection between human and canine cancer. How much of an overlap is there. It's actually pretty significant. So dogs and humans co evolved. Let's start there and sadly you know they share health and they shared disease and sadly share a lot of similarities cancers there's similar history logic appearance. There are similar tumor genetics molecular targets. There's metastasis you know the same kind of process there -peutic response immuno competency and Yeah so the one big difference is that there were for example. Six million dogs diagnosed with cancer in the us last year versus about two million people in the population of dogs much smaller is about ninety million. So you can see there that the incident prevalence is quite high. There's not only an overlap but there's also a significant gap in care when it comes to treating dogs with cancer. How big a gap is there between the state of cancer care for humans and dogs. That's a great question. So and really part of what drives our mission every day As the dog right is more and more beyond even best friend. Really family member and many of the advancements for human oncology have actually been tested on dogs right beagles however very little has made it back to the dog to actually help the dog as a patient not just a subject And so the difference is a stark for for example in the world of targeted therapies. Which is a class of drugs. Really from this century That's already been around for twenty years in in humans They're about twenty five of those therapies for humans. Fda approved and there's really only been one for dogs. We're changing that but that's the kind of gap At any given day on college that a human clinic might have. I don't know sixty tools in their hands and maximum in the veterinary world. According to our opinion leaders would be maybe thirteen tools including everything under the sun radiation. He will so. The gap is pretty big. You talked about some numbers relating to incidents. But what's the market opportunity. So the market opportunity. I how i look at it. We're creating it so it's not super the fine but the market opportunity is that we have six million dogs right Diagnosed a ready. That diagnosis is pretty There's been some investment behind that by the parent by the family It's not you know it's not ten bucks. Probably you know all in out of pocket between two hundred fifty dollars all the way to two thousand defending those a surgery. So that right there gives you one gives you a dimension however Only you know we think it's even less than twenty five percent there actually medically treated today. We think that that's because of the current will Frankly are mostly from last century. And are you know even their their hard the basically hard on family right to go to a specialist clinic. maybe they don't have one nearby Drop off their dog in cova on the sidewalk. They don't even talk to the clinician face to face that is and they're you know for baby call. It will be in the clinic for a long time for an infusion. It's chemo so it's very onerous and tough We think you know we could do better. And we can bring more tools and increase accessibility. What's the vision for one. Half what trying to do a one health is actually a movement. It's the shared health and disease the oneness across species. So we are looking at you. Know what has In the in the context of oncology we're looking at what has moved forward the human world that we could lift and bring back to the dog and on the other. You know if you think of it on both sides of the leash then walk. Can we learn finchley from the pet dogs. Cancer journey which happens at a vari accelerated speed bright which You can basically the lifetime of the dog right is shorter than ours so you can just see things and again a similar journey right with metastasis and whatnot What could we learn you. Could we interrogate. Could we find where are the biomarkers similar and then look at for example combinations of drugs right we understand that cancers multifactorial and that you know likely the you know kind

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Dr. Fata: Living with this Hell

Dr. Death

04:45 min | 9 months ago

Dr. Fata: Living with this Hell

"In the days following his conversation with dr. So mongoloid george kept replaying. What he'd heard ministry humor their patients without getting their the very last. As you leave now you can't. He couldn't believe it was true. That seems a little outlander side. Stop myself from laughing. I thought it was more like he wanted to start his own practice and get out of his contract. George thought it over and the more he thought about it. The more it changed the things had heard from other employees in the past. I started thinking about all of the other nurse practitioners or doctors. That would say things like. We shouldn't have given this medication to patient in saying you know. I'm not comfortable with this care plan. And then i began to think maybe some of what he's saying is true. George started poking around. He took a stack of medical records to his office and then he thought that might make him look suspicious so he put them back. He made a spreadsheet with all. The patient's doctor fought had seen from the last year and noted how many of them received treatment as a result and what i saw with the other physicians every ten patients that they saw in consultation maybe two or three would get treatment but with dr fata out of ten patients between eighty and ninety percent basis. We're getting some form of treatment. So if you're seeing dr fata you're getting. It certainly seemed suspicious but he needed a second opinion. He called up an attorney. He knew he said george. The sounds very serious but you have to have strong proof. You're going against doctor. Who is very prominent and this could be easily refuted so if you happen to run into more information that corroborates dr monthly or anyone else. Then call me again and then we'll talk about it. George was stuck. He didn't wanna search too much in the computer records because that would create a paper trail with the right evidence. Perhaps something could be done. George is needed to know where to look again. Dr mongolia and george disagree about the details of their conversations but in one they talked about a key treatment. Dr fata was using inappropriately. It was called i. V. i. g. as it happened there was one more person who was also getting suspicious of dr fata. It was almost like the accuses ring to get into. Talked him to get any information from him and it was like getting thrown into a movie where you're just if they and what. What is going on here. Mary sitter 'let had worked for dr fata. Since the winter of two thousand ten. Like george she knew place had its quirks. There were the chaotic patient loads. She already thought. Dr fata was seeing so many patients that he couldn't keep up. I went in with a patient of mine that i was very close to and she was trying to get clarification on her plan of care and he was nodding off. Dr fata. did this. Many times often spent only two to three minutes with each patient but this time the patient was sympathetic to him. She felt for him. Say he's just exhausted. And i said well been waiting for this appointment for the last four and a half weeks and getting sick from chemotherapy so i think he deserves somebody not to fall asleep when you're talking about your care. Michigan hematology oncology wasn't an ideal place to work by any means but mary didn't have a ton of options. She was a single mom of a young son. And the commute was much more manageable than her last job. So she put up with dr fata. I felt of trapped. Plus i wasn't allowed to move more than one hundred miles away from my ex-husband dude of the law. That time so i was stuck basically just trying to do what was best for my child. Mary is the type who gets fired up rather quickly when she sees something wrong though she had never had to question a doctor before so when she began to grow. Suspicious of dr fatah's care she wanted answers. It started when the way he did chemo to seemed off. She suspected that he wasn't following protocol. That he wasn't calculating the doses by the patient's height and weight a few times. She press doctor fata on this and he always had an explanation. he would just say to european protocol. I can choose the doses that i want but you know he's the doctor he's the last say i mean. I'm not gonna dosen chemo. That's not my license

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"chemo" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:45 min | 10 months ago

"chemo" Discussed on 710 WOR

"See patients with cancer of suspected cancer and every day take notes, and every day I come here and every day Well, we learned together what we can learn from each patient who comes here and I want to talk. Jump right in. I wanna talk about a woman who called me. She called me a couple days ago and, well, this is a woman who has a mother with a sarcoma. Nell sarcomas are cancers of the connective tissue or the fat or the muscle or the bones were everything about cancers like breast cancer and lung cancer and colon cancer of the major organs. Prostate cancer, bladder cancer. Pancreas, cancer. And yes, of course, we treat those cancers with high success rates. But there's other cancers, too. And they may be a little more rare with this woman's mother. 80 years old had a life all sarcoma cancer of the fatty tissue, and it started growing in her body and she went to One of the most famous super duper are you're supposed to When she says the name you're supposed to fall and collapse down. Well, I didn't collapse down. In fact, she told me that she called me a year ago about her mother with this metastatic stage for lipo sarcoma, the sarcoma. It has traveled and she went to the super duper super famous hospital and she's 80 years old. Okay, and she has metastatic cancer means it's travel that stage for cancer and that this super duper big place they started giving her chemo. Chemo. Chemo. Chemo. Chemo. Wait could look up in books. I've been a chemo doctor. I'm Emma Chemo board Certified chemo Doctor 40 years. I can tell you that chemotherapy didn't work 40.

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"chemo" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"chemo" Discussed on 710 WOR

"The cancer stops or shrinks are goes away for the rest of the life of the patient, So it's very Horrible treatment. This is the work that we do every day. And for this woman she's now given four years of chemo was progressing two years ago, she's had two more years of chemo. It's still progressing. She's watching the cancer grow and paying. Imagine four years of chemo. That's 48 months. That $10,000 a month. That's about a half a million dollars of chemo treatment at one of the super big hospitals where the costs are the most. And it didn't work and it's toxic and she doesn't like it. And finally, she's woken up and remembered my words which went into her ear. Two years ago, and now she realizes that everything I said was true, and she's had lots of time to adjust it and she comes back. Like most people we see come back because they like to know the truth. They like to understand their disease. They like to have an option that's well tolerated and highly effective where we attack the cancer. We have lots of information to send. You can cause even now. You want information? We can send it to you now. No charges, no cost. We're not selling anything today caused two and two choices that numbers two and 22464237. Two into 246 for 237 and many people, by the way, walk into her office and pick up lots of information for themselves and their loved ones. And if you come to our office you can get Much more information is books. It's about brain tumors and brain cancers and skin cancers, breast cancers and body cancers. And why get a second opinion and prostate cancers in the art of radiosurgery? In the history of radio surgery couldn't get information for yourself and your loved ones more than we consent. So please come in..

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"chemo" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"chemo" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Insurances Medicare Medicaid is come on in thirty four Broadway and let's check your out if you want I want another woman who's eighty years old she is a woman with three children and she came with history of gastric cancer with cancer travelling to her lungs he was born in Alabama she had endoscopy done and one of the five girls and well when they cut on her stomach had a gastric cancer years ago on the last sort of bile and had half for stomach removed and had this complication she just did not want to have any more treatment and she declined the usual chemo and radiation and no more surgery and then the cancer traveled to the long so when from the stomach to the long how does it get to the long through the bloodstream that makes it stage for our into seeing about chemo Dr number she's eighty years old so she's not a youngster anymore and the chemo doctor wanted to giver chemotherapy for stage four cancer for the rest of her life her weight is two hundred and sixty three pounds and I saw her there were two masses in our long we treated her she's taller to treatment while there's no side effects you came in got a treatment and went home which is a lot different than came out for the rest of her life or surgery or hospital stays with us its out patient therapy were private cancer treatment boutique in the heart of New York City it's easy to get to us most boss was in subways and go and trains come to us like Felder said you could also take a limousine or car or uber or whatever is lots of ways.

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"chemo" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

03:51 min | 1 year ago

"chemo" Discussed on 710 WOR

"See people with recurrent cancer when all the chemo and standard radiation and surgery doesn't work or isn't wanted isn't tolerated I just talked about a woman from Taiwan with a Colangelo slow mo's Khattar treatment then she got talked into chemotherapy and should kimono has terrible drop with the pain in the hands of the feet and so upset about it compared our treatment where she came in with our treatment we hit the cancer noninvasively with no side effects so there's many reasons people come to us to get better results to get different results to learn about all the options we also see patients who have suspicion of cancer like a lump in the breast of the longer the pancreas or liver or have blood in the urine or bloody discharge or blood from the store coughing up blood there's many many reasons people come to us we accept most insurances Medicare Medicaid or super conveniently located we're here for you if you want what about the eighty seven year old man and so sad you hear now about people in Italy where they're stopping treating people are older than eighty in over seventy and I read the report they're stopping treatment of people over sixty well we're a little bit different here at thirteen eighty four Broadway we treat all patients equally I think about it eighty seven year old man he's married he came with his wife he was married fifty years loving relationship and he had a mass in the kidney in a mass years ago and it was followed at two of the biggest super super famous hospitals kind of possible sometimes did you go here do you go there it must be great if you win here new went their way one here anyway there that's the biggest hospitals and the masses is growing and everyone ignored this massive this kidney I guess they probably moving toward it because he was eighty seven than they thought well he's eighty seven what we don't deal with people that way we treat each person as an individual here any of this growing master got all the scans scans over years of the biggest hospitals you got scans over years showing this mass in the kidney was growing finally had a biopsy was found to be a kidney cancer with pain you have pain in the flying he was losing weight he was one seventy two we lost about ten pounds is five foot eleven he's an ex smoker and smoking and kidney cancers often go together said a biopsy proven cancer that was washed with no treatment for years and finally when he got no treatment the biggest house will just they didn't even tell him for years that the cancer was growing I came here we diagnosed and we found the cancer in the kidney and the lymph node we offered all the options and he chose our treatment cat scan positive biopsy positive pet scan positive and you came to us earlier this year then we treated him with just a few intensive treatments to this kidney mass and he's already better he's already doing better the pain is going away and we know that our success rate is ninety percent Dr Ariel Liebman wrote a paper presented at the world's largest cancer meeting showing a ninety seven percent success rate in treating kidney cancer so we know that we have a success rate over years we know just because R. eighty seven years older ninety seven or a hundred and seven or forty seven or twenty seven you don't need to have surgery you don't have to have no tree we don't have to go home to die you can have treatment to try to get better to relieve pain to relieve suffering and this man at eighty seven with a kidney cancer growing at the biggest hospitals never told about it for years came here had a diagnosis had treatment.

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"chemo" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"chemo" Discussed on 710 WOR

"And I want to talk let's jump right in I went about a woman who called me she called me a couple days ago and well this is a woman who has a mother with a sarcoma now sarcomas are cancers of the connective tissue or the fat or the mouse or the bones we offer the about cancers like breast cancer lung cancer and colon cancer of the major organs prostate cancer bladder cancer pancreas cancer yes of course we treat those cancers with high success rates but those other cancers who and there may be a little more rare with this woman's mother eighty years old have a liposarcoma a cancer of the fatty tissue and started growing in her body and she went to one of the most famous super duper all you're supposed to when she says the name is supposed to fall and collapse down well I didn't collapse down and check she told me that she called me a year ago about her mother with this metastatic stage for liposarcoma the sarcoma that has traveled and she went to the super duper super famous hospital and he's eighty years old okay and she has metastatic cancer means it's traveled with stage four cancer and that this super duper big place they started giving her chemo chemo chemo chemo chemo I can look up in parks I've been a chemo doctor I am a chemo board certified chemo doctor for forty years I can tell you that chemotherapy doing work.

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"chemo" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

11:08 min | 1 year ago

"chemo" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"The follow up of the the the seventy two year old man who had chemo for as long cancer didn't work in the cancer cap on growing and growing and growing well we treated him and he's done great yet a few treatments pinpoint treatments for his cancer all in the startech take frame all the linear accelerator was no chemo no cutting no bleeding he finished his treatment is doing well has no symptoms Hey okay and that's the work that we do every day and of course we're going to follow up scans reports and blood tests for him but he's done great had a recurrent cancer of the lung is long was obstructed the chemo doesn't work the immunotherapy didn't work the cancer cap on growing he came here because his chemo didn't work because chemo wasn't tolerated as immuno therapy wasn't working some people say oh I mean no therapy it's all fantastic but the fact the date is the vast majority of people have cancer that doesn't respond to immunotherapy he came to us with us the vast majority ninety percent with lung and other cancers have a successful outcome where we came the beam this is the work we do and of course you prove it to the patient and their loved ones this is what we do and then we give another example about that sixty nine year old man who came to us who works in the law firm he was fine until about four years ago he lost control of his tool of his feces he lost control and sit back after all just a gastro just recommended a colonoscopy which is the proper thing to do the patient declined and he had the cat scan which was not very helpful but the patient felt they ain't no mass of mass on this heinous for two and a half years and did nothing and eventually had a sigmoidoscopy which is to look into the bottom part of the intestine and adventures from them in a no cancer and it was seen by a medical oncologist who started on chemotherapy and then the patient came here for consultation member chemotherapy for anal cancers by itself doesn't really cure and the body so this is another example two and a half years the man waited the cancer group group of massive proportions around the **** of the lymph nodes in the pelvic tumor the MRI should the pelvic mass in the England amassed the biopsy showed squamous cancer of the **** of and waited years to be treated and of course would teaching point number one no one is if you have a cancer don't wait years and allows the cancer to grow allows a cancer to spread it I was a cancer to become difficult sometimes impossible this man had a large prostate his kidneys were blocked by this big prostate yet a catheter because of the prostate but he came for treatment of his Hey no cancer with metastases I saw him his Hey this at the time was huge cancer was huge as circumferential extent of outside the **** it was incontinent who's unable to control his stool he had a large cancer up and down the **** deep inside and we talked about all the options for him and he chose our treatment I should say one more thing he chose her treatment more than two years ago and today he came in to the office cancer free new scams cancer free physical exam cancer free normal blood tests this is a man who had waited two and a half years to be seen for consultation came to us with a huge anal cancer incontinence tool and now he is a okay that big masses gone with our treatment and I can tell you that he is very happy told me he thought he would never have a chance of successful outcome never he thought and then he came here and he learned the difference they learned about non invasive treatment no cutting no bleeding outpatient therapy just comes and goes to treatment and goes home he does what he wants and what a difference it makes what a difference it makes he probably would've waited two and a half years if he knew the treatment was so easy and so effective this is the work we do every day and I was speak to about a man who sixty five years old from Trinidad he's Merete as a child he works with have the cat people was referred by one of the big urologist in town or the big urologists and tower of the few hates to lose surgery of the prostate because he knows that surgery is so difficult for the patients so terrible for the patient and the success rate is low for the patient and the complication rates of surgery open surgery cutting surgery or so high with most men having destroyed sexual and urinary life and this man came to us with a PSA of seven point four four next Leeson seven cancer Gleason seven is how the cancel to the microscope in multiple areas of cancer for the twelve areas were positive for cancer and one more thing I used to tell you is a this year noting multiple times is up at night yes I blood pressure and I use them and him his large prostate modular and he has his Gleason seven a more aggressive cancer and he knows that if he had had surgery success rates only sixty percent with us it's ninety percent of those lots of reasons why he came in through the ethically to us and he saw the data they got her book with me got a D. V. D. and one more thing he had our treatment three years ago and in three years she's cancer free and that means most likely he's home free doing what he wants his sexual life works is your inner life works and his life is life works which is really fantastic can we talk about a woman seventy she's from Georgia power and Georgia the general very in cancer she had surgery for the over in cancer should chemo for the over and cancers of extensive recurrent ovarian cancer she was declining more chemo because she that chemo and it just didn't work she presented with five years ago she presented with abdominal bloating and abdominal symptoms in children Vance stage ovarian cancer and showed the usual treatment with big searcher of the spleen and Colin removing the uterus and ovaries and then she had months and months of chemotherapy and then shed more treatment she went to one of the big hospitals or move part of her liver and more chemotherapy and she came to me because the cancer had come back and she just did not want to have more surgery she did not want to have chemo she had so much chemo years of camel just doesn't work and she came to me with a recurrent ovarian cancer three years ago three years ago on most doctors will say all you have to have chemo from rest your life well she had chemo and it didn't work she went to the biggest places it doesn't work she was disappointed in the medical profession the fact that the doctors are keeping on telling her to take a treatment that wasn't working why would they give a treatment that's not working to a patient came on average costs about ten thousand dollars a month she had years of chemotherapy so hundreds of thousands of hours and it just didn't work she came to me three years ago we treated her ovarian cancer with pinpoint noninvasive treatment and she's remained in remission ever since and of course you get blood tests and pet scans and physical exams this is what we do every day Hughes truth radiosurgery noninvasive pinpoint treatment for ovarian cancer when our doctors all you have to have chemo frustrate life even if it's not work and and now she's been in remission of art treatment no further treatment by the way only our treatment three years ago doing well tolerated treatment well this is the work that we do every day innovative work for men and women and children with cancer and what about other men that I just saw it yesterday he's fifty seven years old he's a truck driver has three kids and he had blood in the **** for a year he never had colonoscopy he had a cat scan and colonoscopy finally showing a sigmoid mass in a pet scan with the sigmoid mass and he had surgery and he was refusing chemotherapy finally he went to a chemotherapy Dr because yet nine of nineteen the most positive so extensive cancer he's lost weight going from two seventy two fifty five and I saw him I saw him after the surgery had been seen by a doctor one of the big hospitals in New York area and he was having kind of a disagreement with came of doctor kind of a fight with the chemo doctor and when I called the doctor restart our fight with me too and that's not the point of me calling them Cologne was to try to accommodate the patient didn't respect the patient she asked me to do and so the patient that changed his doctor he came to me he wanted our treatment and we treated him we gave them additional therapy adjuvant therapy because of his cancer and this is the work we do every day and is now out three years doing well cancer free fully intact came back his way driving a truck and happy and healthy normal cancer markers in normal scans and feeling well after our treatment so praise the lord pass ammunition this is what we do and he was able to get doctors to communicate with those made him so happy and still is talking about that to this day yet our treatment is talking about that to this day and he's cancer free so all the big things that anyone with cancer would want to be and that is.

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"chemo" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"chemo" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Out for your prostate there are so many reasons why people come here and people come with newly diagnosed cancers people come with suspected cancers people come who had cancers have been going through treatment of the treatments are just not working we see so many people that are super pooper big hospitals are getting months and years of chemo and it's not working and they're getting weaker they're in pain and their suffering in the cable boxes all but I have another team I know the last fifty five cables haven't worked right now the next Wednesday so fantastic and you're thinking you're so Hey if that was so fantastic doctor why don't you give it to me last month or last year and we know that after the cancer sees chemo therapy for a while the cancer mutates of the cancer resist the chemo so the patient gets the side effects of the chemo without the benefits of chemo and so many cancers just resist the chemo and chemo so expensive you're talking about on average Kim was about ten thousand dollars a month so it's often very expensive and toxic and why would you want it if the outcome isn't going to be in your benefit same is why would you want your kidney or longer pressed her arm or leg or prostate or bladder brain or neck removed if it's not in your interests of the for cat to be better than our work but I'm sector leader man thirteen eighty four Broadway Broadway thirty eighth street in the heart of New York City seeing patients with cancer suspected cancer and recurrent cancers were except most insurances Medicare Medicaid we're close to most subways trains and buses is easy to get to us all the subways come to us one two three four five six A. C. E. N. Q. R. P. T. F. M. seven of the us all the trains to come to New York City go into Penn station Long Island railroad Jersey transit of craft drains and also to Grand Central metro north that all the buses.

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"chemo" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"chemo" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"The cancer was wrapped around the esophagus and she couldn't swallow the cap on giving a more came on she couldn't swallow she was suffering and released nearly starving to that should Balki disease we saw her she came here because she was fed up with endless chemo that didn't work and all the symptoms of the camp so they were progressing and we stayed stir up we got passive the pathology examined her and I talked to and I understood about her and we offer treatment to the terrible symptoms the cancer wrapped around the esophagus she had a few treatments pinpoint treatments not invasive treatments we made a framer under body was all comfortable old but not claustrophobic noted no tubes no tight spaces and we're able to direct the treatment to her cancer around the esophagus she couldn't eat when she came to us at a few treatments you should was pinpoint precise aimed at the cancer and now she's eating four years of chemo didn't work came to us a few ten minute treatments and she is eating opened up worse off because the receipt there's a cancer spread to the esophagus and spread to the mediastinum and spread to the chest and we commonly see cancers like that we also see cancers that blocked the esophagus or blocked the stomach grammar lady right now is eighty five years old PhD and we're treating her Asafa because she couldn't swallow and she came to us few treatments now is symptom free doing well but I'm sector leader men great.

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"chemo" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"chemo" Discussed on 710 WOR

"What we learned together or what we can learn from each patient who comes here and I want to talk to jump right in I won't talk about a woman who called the she called me a couple days ago and well this is a woman who has a mother with us are calm and also I called was our cancers of the connective tissue or the fat or the muscle or the bones we offer the about cancers like breast cancer lung cancer and colon cancer of the major organs prostate cancer bladder cancer pancreas cancer yes of course retreat those cancers with high success rates but those other cancers who and there may be a little more rare with this woman's mother eighty years old have a life full sarcoma cancer of the fatty tissue and started growing in her body and she went to one of the most famous super duper all you're supposed to when she says the name is supposed to fall and collapse down well I didn't collapse down in fact she told me that she called me a year ago about her mother with this metastatic stage for light poles are calm of the sarcoma that is traveled and she went to the super duper super famous hospital and she's eighty years old okay and she has metastatic cancer means it's traveled with stage four cancer and that this super duper big place they started giving her chemo chemo chemo chemo chemo I could look up in books I've been a chemo doctor I am a chemo board certified chemo doctor forty years I can tell you that chemotherapy doing work.

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"chemo" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"chemo" Discussed on 710 WOR

"I learn about the patient and learn about the disease and try to encourage the patient and their family and loved ones to know everything about their disease so they can have an understanding of what's happened since the diagnosis and since they've arrived and most importantly what are the options so many people come to me thinking there's only one option they have to have surgery or that they have and the scheme or whatever standard radiation and they come here they learn about all the options that were so different than most places so different because we're not embarrassed to talk about all the options it seems like the surgeon stone want to talk about anything except surgery in the chemo doctors don't agree about chemo chemo camel and it's very hard to get the troops second opinions leave I went to medical school to try to help people and by helping people we help people understand their disease and what the options are so they don't end up doing something that's a really against their wishes so many people come to me and said I wish I knew you before I lost my breasts to my arm or leg or my longer my prostate or my bladder so many people tell me that and that's really the motivation to be here on the radio every day with you is to educate so you can learn as if god forbid something happens to you or your loved one or neighbor friends or even a person down the street that you barely know that you can speak up you can be an advocate and you having listened to many many people listen to the show every day many times actually every week and do learn just like a medical student learns going to medical school you learn patient by patient doctor young doctor training learns patient by patient well you can learn to and you can learn just because of doctors as all they have to open up your had to remove your nose or your here these are true stories about making them up their true stories you can say Hey okay let me go home and think about it and.

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"chemo" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"chemo" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Endo means inside the meeting. Uterus. The cancer inside the uterus shed vaginal bleeding, and we talk about it a lot pleading is a warning sign shed vaginal, bleeding, shed, a DNC. So she had a scraping inside the uterus. And then she had a radical surgery, and chemo and radiation. At one of the biggest hospitals in the neighboring states so big so famous and yet they're treatment didn't succeed shed a cancer marker. And there's cancer markers. Lots of cancers have markers, and he'd get blood test to get an idea of the cancer's going away or coming back while she had a cancer marker a c- a one to five which is used for a lot of gynecologic cancers, and she was found to have a cancer growing. Right back in the pelvis and was growing back right back in the pelvic sidewall and growing up until the lymph nodes retro to know liberals one big mass like a big mass of bread from the pelvic sidewall up into the retro peritoneal nodes, and it was. Biopsy was positive back to the same hospital where shed all that others standard treatment of chemo and radiation surgery, then shed more chemo and the cancer kept on growing, and then they kept on giving her more of the same chemo. Even though it wasn't working. And they started the know chemo's there's an hour third chemo chemo at the original time. And then when the cancer came back, and then the cancer kept on growing, the chemo didn't work another chemo, and the pain is getting worse and worse than we staged her up. She came here because again, she was very disappointed with the big hospital super super pooper trooper that gave her chemo and radiation and surgery and everything was asked her, but the cancer came back at us left and pain and suffering and then cap on getting came it wasn't working. And so we saw her I saw her and explain to her and her husband what this means. And the fact that came up even if chemo works, Fred Dmitro cancer, and it doesn't work that much even if it works only work temporarily. You cannot have surgery because it's up against the pelvic sidewall. There's no way and she saw surgeons there's no way the surgeon can remove it. So they're giving chemo just to give came up with the chemo's not working. So what good is it? It's great for the chemo company. It's great for the chemo, Dr great for the chemo hospital. But we're here for the patient. And the chemo doctor and the chemo surgeon and the chemo.

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"chemo" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program

The Jason Stapleton Program

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"chemo" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program

"A year and surgery, I know it's going to work, but it's your choice. And at that moment. I understood the commandment how was not going to be anxious was through gratitude that I live at a time that has the chemotherapy, I live in a country that has the Cayman island have jobs gonna help me pay for the chemo. I didn't have to get chemo. I get to get chemotherapy. And I called it. My. Chemo spa, and I couldn't wait to go to my chemo spy refu- weeks because I was going to get better. And I lived the entire light my entire chose to live that entire year in gratitude. Alright gang one more time, we read you a couple of ads here tell you about ring, and I found out about ring when a friend of mine got it for his house. And it was it's a it's a doorbell. Just got video camera on it. And when anybody comes within proximity you can set it up. So that if anybody walks onto your lawn or walks halfway up your driveway, or whatever it is the monitor the sensor goes off, and it immediately starts recording everything that's happening, and it pins your cell phone, and you can actually pick up your cell phone using the app, and you can see who's at your door. No matter where you are in the world in just a few seconds. And then if you need to you can actually communicate with the person at your door ring made a splash a few years back on star tank. The concept is genius as I said. And now they've got a brand new. Floodlight Cam that goes in your backyard. So if you got those dead spaces that are dark and kind of dangerous, and you're worried about there might be some lurker in the bushes. You don't gotta worry about that anymore. Floodlight Cam is going to take all of that everything I told you about the about the about the doorbell. The floodlight does the same thing. Huge spotlight lights at the backyard triggers, your cellphone, let's you know, somebody's there and exposes them to the world..

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"chemo" Discussed on Maybe It's You

Maybe It's You

03:16 min | 3 years ago

"chemo" Discussed on Maybe It's You

"I could I could I could communicate in different way. I could be present in a different way. Which is probably the most important thing for me. The ability to fully be present in a moment and realize I have no control over tomorrow. I have no control over how this is going to go, and I don't have control over how these people react to me that was huge. So you did have some sort of a sort of a cancer of hicfa ni. You did have a I think so I made a one I mean because, you know, people want to know that you feel like what did you have a every day is gem. I mean. Yeah. And I I often like, and even though I did convert after chemo a lot of people associate that with sort of me having this near death experience and doing something. And for me, even though yes, I do think that was part of it. It's like when people said like, oh cancers the best thing that happened to your career. It's like, well, I'm a whole person who's existed in this life in this body, my entire life and everything is influenced. What's happened to me and how I react to. And so the years that I put in performing and writing in the years that I put in being educated and working in politics and doing all these things that I was working on and doing impacted the decision and the direction that my life took post chemo. So it wasn't just chemo chemo helped it, of course, short like so much of being present realized, well, I reacted this way in my twenties to the situation pre chemo. And now, I know that maybe helping me understand this shedding light on it. But like that. Moment influenced it more than chemo chemo needed to be there to shut people explaining it to themselves. They're just explained to themselves because they. Black or white. They ascribe some sort of like, well, you know, came kinda messes you up or you know, you it's his own ability. And you're like, no man, I've been coming to this. Like, of course, like you said everything's a catapult. But it's a million little different things. Easy answers for things. That's something that really blew me away. They wanted it to be you did this because of this and people are scared to make sense to them. And if it doesn't easily wrap their head around for it to like lock and land exactly because they don't want it because I think when you do that because you don't wanna go. It is complicated. Yeah, I'm complicated. And maybe I'm going through something. Maybe I don't maybe my faith isn't where it should be. Maybe my decided he wants to be like a lightning bolt where you go eleven had a lightning bolt. So yeah, I'm I'm clearly not in crisis, or I'm not having this gravitational polls that are that are revealing a truth to me that I don't wanna see like they wanna be like, oh, well or. This new. Slow motion lightning or something else happened the other in the opposite direction down back that way that put you in the place where you won't leave this idea. It's all about again getting back to being present. Like, I don't know. What's making me wrecked? In the way that I'm doing in any situation. But if I'm present in that moment and reacting authentically, then that's all I can do. I can't do anything else. And the. Yeah. So now, we we let's take a break. We're talking about holidays a little bit. Right. Yeah..

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"chemo" Discussed on Babes and Babies

Babes and Babies

02:57 min | 3 years ago

"chemo" Discussed on Babes and Babies

"You're so positive. I'm trying. But so as ING, we'll thank you so much for coming on and sharing with us Laura. Yes. Thank you really means a lot. You're spreading awareness to this. Yeah, BankE Laura. Thank y'all. Bye. Bye. Well, she is like a breath of fresh air. She is operatives through something that's so hard, which I think is sometimes the hardest part is, you know, get into that frame of mind that you know, you can see the other side and I don't know. That's not everyone's case because not everybody, you know, sometimes you are stage for, and but she was very inspiring and a sweetheart, total sweetheart and to mazing that she's using this to help other people like the fact that you can go on our blog and. You know, find things like if you're going through it that that can help you. That's amazing. She's using it for good. Yeah. Well, and when she said, you know, when that she wasn't strong before, like the littlest of things was like a big deal. I feel like that's like, what helps me like I sometimes I get super overwhelmed by the little things where I'm like, why is this happening? And it's like you're healthy, you know, like you. There's people who are struggling with this and finding out that they have cancer going through chemo or at stage four. And it's like, no, that that's a big thing. My thing right note, I mean, right. Yeah, yeah, really just kind of put everything into perspective. She also mentioned you don't the you don't get mammograms till forty, which we were talking about. Yeah. So that's and she was saying that that's crazy that they wait till forty because she's thirty one. I thought it was thirty five forty. That's crazy. I wonder he requested prematurely. I was gonna. If like insurance will cover it, you know what I mean? Right. I don't know. That's a good question. I will say that her talking about how she didn't get sick with chemo, I think is maybe one of the rare rare cases. I know each chemo cocktails different each specific type of cancer needs of the patient. But my cousin's husband, he had a rare stomach cancer and he was very, very sick on chemo. So I think she may be one of the luckier that didn't get sick, but. I think it's inspiring to hear people that you know not. I know not everyone's can't just snap your fingers and be healed from cancer, but there are people who are out there who are survivors and that are speaking out for everyone who does who is going through it..

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"chemo" Discussed on Well This Sucks

Well This Sucks

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"chemo" Discussed on Well This Sucks

"Because life sometimes sucks sometimes it sucks yes when i did that's nice what else would you advice that you give to maybe a recently diagnosed the most important thing is that it's nobody else's body but yours nobody else can make the decision for you and they and even though somebody might say hey you can do another round of chemo that's and maybe that's what they would do and maybe that's not what they would do but it's your body and you get to decide what happens within a another friend of mine was very recently diagnosed with h e r two positive breast cancer she's over seventy not that that matters but i figure i was forty two when i was diagnosed nut seem pretty young to me so seventy kind of seems like not super gung and i guess it's more likely more likely and also she has a family history her sister had it or mother had it and so like i didn't have any there no history family anyway she had said to me i really bad news itchy are two positive breast cancer and i was like oh and we had a brief conversation about it and then she said to me and i think i have to do chemo and i just looked and i said you know you don't have to and she kind of looked at me like i was completely insane and i said it's here it's your body i mean not to say that that if you don't need to that you should but you don't have to do that makes nobody can make you do anything that you don't wanna do went end.

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"chemo" Discussed on Well This Sucks

Well This Sucks

01:46 min | 4 years ago

"chemo" Discussed on Well This Sucks

"Have an option to do another round of chemo to see like how much further can we go percent or you can just start on the next you know the epa hormone therapy uhhuh she gave you the pros and cons of doing another round of chemo and you were immediately like i'm not doing the chemo i saw you think about it during that conversation you didn't need it take a you need to take a day nothing okay i knew that even if i was like let me take a day i knew i was gonna still see how are gut and that's because they were to thinking about it for a weak link nipping another round of the pink yeah yeah why dealing downhill i did you know the know we didn't i didn't tell allow intel anybody about this actually um i think i'll he told my mom about it ran random we talked about it when we recorded which it hasn't yet out yet but haley when we went to see dr kwan she was talking about how great my response was to the pink double a cocktail that i was doing and um her kind of like oncologists side of her in the seat for the sake of like science and like how great my response was um wanted to see like how far we could take it with another round of chemo because like there's only so much of the your that a person can take of this chemo and i have like in their life basically before you go into like a risk of heart failure and earn my like i could only do one more round of this specific chemo but in doing that round i would already put me into a one percent bracket of heart failure so of like reached the safe olympic now with this one more wicket already starts the risk.

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"chemo" Discussed on The Daily Meditation Podcast

The Daily Meditation Podcast

02:43 min | 5 years ago

"chemo" Discussed on The Daily Meditation Podcast

"Or door. Just put a Schaal or sweater around yourself and meditate it's really a great practice to do this. They do this a lot in Japan. And and I I learned to appreciate this. When we lived there. I remember preparing tea in the Japanese tea ceremony in a tea room, which has the sliding doors that open up and it would be freezing. And we would wear the winter chemo, no to keep warm, and we just get used to that he or the cold whatever was going on. So now for the meditation technique today. I. Also share with you a lifestyle techniques something you can do. To improve some area of your life because meditation is not just sitting down to meditate. It's truly a lifestyle. So the more you can bring your meditation ritual in to your life. The more you're going to notice that benefits. And this is where you really start to explore how important your ritual can become too literally just about everything you do in your life. So Saturday, you usually have some time off if you happen to be listening to this on a Saturday. You can listen to the meditations in any sequence or order you want? Well, I am recording this for a Saturday and most people have the day off not everyone. So you might wanna do a relationship lifestyle. Technique on the day where you have a little more time to spend with a loved one, or friend or colleague or peer someone you want to improve your relationship with or maybe you want to initiate a relationship with someone. So you can do that too. So. As you get ready to possibly be out there walking or sit down and meditate. This is your walking meditation technique to manage a bad mood. What I encourage you to do when you use this technique is to begin walking and noticing your surroundings notice. What is all around you? And start to absorb it through your senses. Noticing. Visually. What you see the colors the textures?.

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