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Some Ukrainians won't flee areas caught in crosshairs of war

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 2 months ago

Some Ukrainians won't flee areas caught in crosshairs of war

"Despite fears of missile strikes in crema tosk Ukraine some residents prefer to stay put Across the beleaguered city Valerie is shanko sits under the shade of trees working on a crossword puzzle the 70 year old widower has difficulty walking and this daily ritual gets him through the day Now the governor of Donetsk province wants its three 50,000 remaining residents to move to safer places in western Ukraine but like many other civilians who have come under fire in the nearly 5 month old war he'll shanko has no intention of leaving no matter how close the fighting gets he tells the AP I don't have anywhere to go and don't want to either What would I do there I'm Charles De

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"difficulty walking" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"difficulty walking" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"Healthy life. Lavash back with doctor came Crone house. I'm Doug Stephan. Going through all of the things mostly covert related information. That's new this week. That helps us to put a hope of positive spin on whatever you're doing to take care of yourself. Here's something that's prettier Singer a couple of items that are connected to your lungs. This is lung problems. I mean, this stuff goes into your lungs. That's where it goes first, right and just sort of because the way the Chinese engineered it, it is engineered to stick. Your lungs to the surface of the lungs, is it not? Well, it Most of it comes in through your nose, so that's why if you're wearing a mask, make sure you cover your nose doing no good, but he can come in through the mouth and sometimes even through the eyes, But most of it's 70% of it comes through the nose. What we learned this week from the Journal American Medical Association Network opens is that more than half of adults hospitalized with covert 19 Doug have diminished lung function four months after they've recovered and returned home. Similar percentage of these patients also had mobility problems, including difficulty walking and just over 17% had symptoms of post traumatic stress disorder four months after hospital discharge. So the concern here is that there really are long term effects of covert 19. And when we have some time I can expand on this because there are a number of them. Well, I think that we ought to talk about that. And the the fact that if you're a smoker now, other than being stupid because you're smoking, that's maybe a little harsh, but it's true. And if you're a former smoker, and you've had co vid What's the ruling on that in terms of how it affects you?.

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"difficulty walking" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"difficulty walking" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Leg. He still has vaginal bleeding. Her weight was 67 kg. She's now 52 kg. She's 5 FT six inches tall. She has difficulty walking from the cancer from the cancer, says difficulty walking. The cancer is just growing through the bones and growing through her pelvis. She was treated without any complete staging. So the cat scan. She did have a cat scan afterwards, which showed cancer spreading to the left side of the pelvis and the vagina and the bladder and the rectum and the pelvic sidewall eating through the right hip bone. Eating through the sake room eating through the common iliac vessels. Wow. And I examined her. She was weak could walk only a few Steps because of her weakness. And so here she is. Years after being diagnosed with flooded the vagina had a few treatments stopped. All the treatments start food and exercise with helper. Cancer kept on growing. Then she had standard radiation one of the big hospitals and she's here now to try to get better. So what are we doing for number one were staging or up to see where the cancer is. Trying to get rid of the pain and suffering. Try to relieve the pain, relieve the suffering and shrink the cancer. And that's the work that we do every day and many times she would say, Dr Lieberman's You treat stage four cancer? Yes. And you treat cancer in the bone? Yes. And you treat cancer Lymphomas? Yes. Why? Because you have Ah. High.

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"difficulty walking" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:54 min | 1 year ago

"difficulty walking" Discussed on KCRW

"Mask win. And X prize dot org's slash million dollar mask. It is 5 29 here at KCRW. Thanks for being with us, for all things considered on this Monday evening. Up ahead on the program, Professional athletes often travel quite a bit. Now, researchers say they found the basketball players scored more points during their time playing in the NBA bubble is opposed to being on the road, possibly because the players circadian rhythms weren't disrupted by travel across time zones. Also ahead. A conversation with British writer Robert Harris about the legacy of British spy novelist John Look Caray, whom he called one of the great Postwar British novelists state local news at 5 32. Why only City Attorney Mike Pure says it's hiring highly irresponsible to do this and why state Attorney General Javier or Viscera says Amazon is ignoring him. Live from NPR News. I'm Dwayne Brown. The all important Electoral College has voted to solidify Democrat Joe Biden's victory over Donald Trump in the 2020 presidential election. It's the pen ultimate step in formalizing Biden's win with 306 electoral votes to Trump's 232. Speaking tonight from Wilmington, Delaware, Biden delivered a harsh rebuke of President Trump's baseless claims of voter fraud in America when questions are raised about the legitimacy of any election. Those questions resolved to the legal processes. That's precisely what happened here. Trump campaign for brought dozens and dozens and dozens of legal challenges to test the result. They were heard again and again. In each of the time never heard or found to be without merit President elect by and also urged Americans to work together as the Corona virus pandemic. Today, top one in 300,000 total deaths in the U. S. Early voting is now underway and George's twin runoff races that will determine control of the U. S. Senate from member station W. Abe in Atlanta. Christopher Ralston reports Monday was the first day of early voting and Democrats Jon Ossoff's and Rafael Warnock's bids to unseat Republican senators David Perdue and Kelly Leffler, respectively. Some metro Atlanta counties have seen wait times of over an hour. Despite difficulty walking. Cynthia McNeil came to cast her vote in person as soon as she could I said the first day I'm not waiting. Got the paper valid, but they busted so much about this paper stuff as I'm pushing the button, and so I'm here. I mean, the Kane President elect Joe Biden will be in Atlanta Tuesday to campaign for the Democratic candidates for NPR News. I'm Christopher Alston in Atlanta. U. S. Attorney general William Barr is stepping down before Christmas. This comes amid lingering tensions with President Trump. You're listening to NPR news, And this is KCRW news with your state and local headlines at 5 32 and Larry Perella. City of L. A is going after alleged illegal nightclub in L. A's downtown fashion district has been holding events during the pandemic. City Attorney Mike Fewer said today that many of those events have ended with gunfire or other violence beyond the bullets and the assaults. And the other criminal activity. I want to emphasize that packing people into an indoor space unlicensed nightclub during the pandemic is the height of irresponsibility. Fewer said the city has filed a nuisance abatement lawsuit against the club and the real estate investor who owns it with the goal of shutting it down for good. He described. The building is sealed off in front with a hidden entrance in the back. This location is advertised as a secret club on Instagram and other social media platforms. It's alleged to offer pole dancing, music, hooker live performances and a full bar in September. If you were set, a security guard was shot while trying to break up a fight. Two other people were hurt during a shooting in July in the building's parking lot. California Attorney General Ha V. Or the Syrah says Amazon is not cooperating with his investigation into the company's efforts to protect workers from the Corona virus. So now he's asking Sacramento County Superior Court to force Amazon to comply. Or from KCRW's. Cherry Glaser. Amazons been doing big business during the pandemic, reporting a record profit of more than $6 billion last quarter, But the Sarah says that's possible because of workers who are in his words, putting themselves at risk. Sarah says his office got complaints this spring about working conditions that Amazon's shipping facilities in California But after a couple of months of informal communication, and then a subpoena filing this summer, the Eiji says Amazon still hasn't provided enough info. Sarah wants specific details about the number of infections and deaths at Amazon fulfillment centers in the state, as well as things like the company, sickly policies and cleaning procedures. Amazon tells the Sacramento Bee It's a leader in providing Coben 19 safety measures and that it's invested billions of dollars in on site testing and personal protective equipment..

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"difficulty walking" Discussed on Cardionerds

Cardionerds

04:13 min | 2 years ago

"difficulty walking" Discussed on Cardionerds

"For us? All right. So we have a case of sixty, one year old female she. She came to see us at spring, springhill cardiology clinic to establish care and she had achieved complain Ah someone told me my neck artery was. So, pretty dramatic chief complaint diving further into questioning we learned that she was told that she had an inclusion of abdominal aortic many years ago outside institution but she'd never had dedicated workup with imaging. She relaid this history to her primary care physician who ordered a carotid duplex ultrasound just to evaluate the extent of suspected propeller Chiro disease and she was found happened ninety nine percent inclusion of her right carotid artery with a patent left corroded. Moving forward with our history, she describes activity limiting qualification symptoms saving that she has difficulty walking more than a block or two before developing pain in her bilateral. cavs but sometimes radiate up to her thighs. She does say that this discomfort improves with rats but she thinks that her activity is limited more by this leg discomfort than a little bit of Disney that she tells us about while she. Denies. Any sort of chesting palpitations? lightheadedness dizziness? She's no longer extremity Dima no wounds and no evidence of headaches what an incredible patient oftentimes will say the patient comes in with chest pain of this character and so what's the differential diagnosis but she's coming to you telling you that my neck artery right here is blocked. Don't you wish that all patients were like this? Imagine a patient comes in with. have got an eighty percent inclusion of left circumflex at the bifurcation. It'd be so edible if every patient was like this. So Kudos to her knowing what was going on in having enough health literacy to guide you the right way to begin with. So really great. Absolutely. Yeah. She was really on top of her care was very educated and really trying to read up on everything that had been going on with her as well. So great point to further around out her medical history here besides what we've talked about already, she does have type two diabetes, high thyroid ISM and diagnosis of hypertension as well..

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"difficulty walking" Discussed on My Ghost in the Machine | Philosophy Podcast

My Ghost in the Machine | Philosophy Podcast

05:14 min | 2 years ago

"difficulty walking" Discussed on My Ghost in the Machine | Philosophy Podcast

"As for now, what happens next is that when these machines notice you the immediately become hostile and after fighting for a few rounds of these machines machines who were previously there I say perhaps fornicated on their the consent of king the machines essentially start to retreat and what they do is that they essentially run Wayne this corner were they just jump on top of each other until they form a weird cocoon like structure and there isn't much logic to any of this. But eventually, what ends up happening is that the machine cocoon for lack of a better word opens up and then something comes out of it. And what comes out of the machine cocoon is an entirely new machine form a machine life form, which looks like a well chiseled has been clearly working out this week at the gym naked male android with long silky white hair and all of that. Now, the machine android acts like a newborn. It has a hard time coordinating its movements seems to have difficulty walking. It doesn't really seem to know what's happening around it. And so on. But eventually, what you discover is that the android which emerged out of the movie cocoon isn't really an android at all. In fact, as it turns out the mail android, which emerge out of the cocoon turns out to be an advanced machine life form that was only born in the image of an android not only this but this machine calls itself Adam as obviously Adam from the Hebrew story of Genesis. So. What you have here is a strange take on the Hebrew myth of creation indeed instead of having humans created in the image of the Hebrew God of Genesis what you have here is essentially machine that's born the image of. And because androids were created in the image of humans, what you essentially have is a machine which is born into the image of humanity, and as you'll recall, the machines were initially created by the invading alien race in order to eradicate humans and so what you have here philosophically at least is the idea that if you spend enough time confronting something, you will eventually become the very thing which you're. Confronting or as the popular proverb breeds quote, choose your enemies carefully or you will become like them unquote in other words, the things, ideas, people, projects, structures, etcetera, which you surround yourself with will invariably end up shaping who you are both externally and internally, and so having Adam born into the image of humans. The thing that the machines were programmed to destroy is a really cool metaphorical portrayal of this idea..

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"difficulty walking" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"difficulty walking" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"You if you need And also what's going on behind the doors of his big hospitals. You see their ads, But then here, you really find out what's going on with patients. What's the real scoop on? Each person who enters the door that we see and can relate to talk about a woman who's 76 years old. She's divorce was fight about four years ago, she had back pain he went to the Big hospital should've bone marrow test. It's where needles put into the bone and cells were taken out. Just round of myeloma. Myeloma is a kind of cancer. And I believe Tom Brokaw, the NBC News anchor, recently wrote a book with his daughter about his bout with myeloma. What this woman has had myeloma affecting her bone. She's lost about 4.5 inches in the height when her spine collapsed. She was diagnosed after that she had standard treatment of one of the big hospitals in New York had chemotherapy. She had trouble tolerating chemo immunotherapy. And so she went and saw a concoction person and with concoction she did blood cleaning and animals and all his own anti oxidants. Well. I could tell you. I see thousands of people with cancer and these concoctions just don't work, And then she went to a super duper pooper. Big hospital had more systemic therapy and she's had more pain and she came to me because she has terrible pain. She said. She went to the hospital had surgery in the right hip in the left hip with rods placed out the Right, a left femurs, and that's how she came with terrible pain, difficulty walking, and I could tell you a couple points number one concoctions don't work. So if you know someone was taking in animals and concoctions and think of you change your diet, and it's going to change something. It doesn't It doesn't diet change doesn't treat cancer. Number one concoctions, remedies and ozone. An acupuncture vitamin C don't treat cancer. They don't They might take your money away and give me an illusion. They don't treat cancer, And then she went to a big hospital. She didn't Tyler to stomach therapies, and it's a super duper and and she had more chemo on that. The surgeon's got a hold over on the upper done or right and left hip, But I can tell you in my experience another teaching point. The most people with cancer in the bones. Most people, not everybody, but most people don't need surgery. This myeloma is a disease is very, very, very sensitive to our treatment..

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"difficulty walking" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"difficulty walking" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Better health care you will have my name sector leader in here for you don't have another man who came in the cement is fifty nine years old born importer Rico you sing because no children he's lost weight is gone from a hundred and sixty two hundred thirty pounds is lost about thirty pounds is five foot four is severe pain in the **** and Bartok's had blood from the **** for more than a year is considered one of the biggest hospitals around town he has trouble urinating he has blood from the **** is pelvic pain they cannot sit anywhere he says the masses boxer is the size of two Mallon's while he can't move his files he says his legs are weak and he's been saying that one of the actually two of the biggest hospitals in town and I saw him and I found a huge rectal mass huge rectal mass unable to pass the rectal mass with infiltration of the botox roses rectal mass infiltration and pain and bleeding with bowel problems and urinary problems difficulty walking and so were staging a mop and getting a bye after the massacre to start treatment together better that's the work that we do every day then again I should recommend that you if you haven't had a colonoscopy please have colonoscopy for someone like him via fed Colin Oscar P. most likely this would never would have happened I've lost dear friends with colon cancer and rectal cancers because it just did not get a colonoscopy so this is the work that we do every day.

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"difficulty walking" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"difficulty walking" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"The more you learn the better health care you will have my name sector leader in here for you I would have another man who came in the cement is fifty nine years old born in Porter Rico you sing because no children he's lost weight is going from a hundred and sixty two hundred thirty pounds is lost about thirty pounds is five foot four is severe pain in the **** and bought toxins had blood from the **** for more than a year is considered one of the biggest hospitals around town he has trouble urinating he has blood from the **** is pelvic pain they cannot sit anywhere he says the masses but talks there is a size of two melons while he can't move his files he says is legs are weak and he's been saying that one of the actually two of the biggest hospitals in town and I saw him and I found a huge rectal mass huge rectal mass unable to pass the rectal mass with infiltration of the botox roses recto massive infiltration and pain and bleeding with bowel problems and urinary problems difficulty walking and so were staging a mop and getting a bye after the massacre to start treatment together better that's the work that we do every day and again I should recommend that you if you haven't had a colonoscopy please have colonoscopy for someone like him if he had colon Oscar ACPI most likely this would never would have happened I've lost dear friends with colon cancer and rectal cancers because it just did not get a colonoscopy so this is the work that we do every day at thirteen eighty four Broadway having trouble with blood in the stool or.

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"difficulty walking" Discussed on By His Grace

By His Grace

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"difficulty walking" Discussed on By His Grace

"Me As a mom and as a growing in Christ and becoming a new creation and so I'm just so thankful that we've stuck it out for each other that absolutely you know one of the best things that my husband and I did in our early marriage was. We attended A family life marriage conference where it was the I still do conference and one of the things that they have you do in that conference. Is you take the word divorce off the table? So it's never an option and I think that You really when you look at your marriage is a covenant not only between each other but with God And you take that divorce off the table. It's never an option so my husband has seen me at my absolute worst and my absolute best in his helped me through all of those things as I'm sure your husband has as well So but I just I love what she said there. So tell me more about your book. Y Mother had matters. And then the second Goal of my book and I and I hope this came through our to discuss the matters of motherhood the things that we most often have the most difficulty walking through and Sifting through as moms and I began the book the first couple of chapters about our story of loss which was great and I began my book that way. Because I want women who cannot have children or are in the journey of loss to remember that there's hope and that God loves them and to bring them some comfort and that We're always moms in our hearts you know. I think all women had this maternal mentoring Part to us and so I have had some of my closest friends who don't have children be the strongest mentors to my older daughters who are in their twenties. Now I absolutely love that and So the first three chapters of my book I talk about how Infertility and loss miscarriage stillborn Lost that people. Walking next to someone can help their friends and family through this and not. Just pretend like it doesn't happen because it really does and also for the women who are going through that to hang onto hope and so I began my booklet with that because people you know the here my bio and the year about me and they think Oh. She has ten children but they don't know the beginning of my story. They don't know you know the experiences in the journey and where we've come from an and I want women to know that I want women to know that the story is over. You know that that God has something got something for them and To give them comfort. So that's how I began my book and Yeah I you know. I've been through all of those things that you mentioned and more And was what prompted me to write my book the Stress Real but so as God because our struggles are real but God is there in the midst with us and we're not ever alone but I'm so grateful that you.

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"difficulty walking" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"difficulty walking" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Listen and learn and the more you learn the better health care you will have my name sector leader in here for you don't have another man who came in the cement is fifty nine years old born importer Rico you sing because no children he's lost weight is gone from a hundred and sixty two hundred thirty pounds is lost about thirty pounds is five foot four is severe pain in the **** and Bartok's had blood from the **** for more than a year if it's you know one of the biggest hospitals around town he has trouble urinating he has blood from the **** is pelvic pain you cannot sit anywhere he says the masses but talks are is the size of two Mallon's while he can't move his files he says his legs are weak and he's been saying that one of the actually two of the biggest hospitals in town and I saw him and I found the huge rectal mass huge rectal mass unable to pass the rectal mass with infiltration of the botox roses rectal mass infiltration and pain and bleeding with bowel problems and urinary problems difficulty walking and so were staging a mop for getting a biopsy the massacre to start treatment together better that's the work that we do every day then again I should recommend that you if you haven't had a colonoscopy please have colonoscopy for someone like him if he had colon Oscar ACPI most likely this would never would have happened I've lost dear friends with colon cancer and rectal cancers because it just did not get a colonoscopy so this is the work that we do.

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"difficulty walking" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:44 min | 2 years ago

"difficulty walking" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Like this apt have electric carts like a grocery store for customers who have difficulty walking yes we have plenty of them I've seen them plenty of cards very horribly fancy to probably can't get that hundred in Endicott and now I'm here yeah I've got guys for that yes we do so let's talk about home automation let's talk about real quick before the break before we get over to Matt shade to talk about very important topic protecting our police officers that are walking around with with outdated bullet proof vests that they have to buy and and and a textured sent in a text here Alterman seven await they get a uniform allowance for vests in Chicago which I I just want you to simmer there for like seven or eight minutes and let and let you read in which a white face turned red and let's smoke many years because I'm sure that frost yeah three one two nine eight because out frosted just look just reading that three one two nine eight one seventy two hundred so what can our listeners that are thinking about doing a basement okay a man cave per se or woman cave per se what can can you get it done for twenty five hundred dollars you can get some good in there for twenty five hundred Bucks a minute that's kind of where it starts to get a good speaker system where you have a wired speaker system we're still dynamic still room filling a good looking you know sixty inch TV that's where I would say it starts it starts there to get something you know solid what is ten grand get you ten grand can get you then a projector more of a real home theater speaker said that's a little bit more substantial some little more move so that that would be that next step up and that's we get into talk about real home theaters were to true media room twenty five thousand dollars twenty five grand then we're getting to you know a full four K. projector with great color depth great motion you know the looks bright the looks vivid even a better speaker that now can handle more power more output with less distortion yeah I mean that that's that's really weird then it really gets going the listeners that come into apt I'm a walkie and in markets such Margaret view that's going to U. S. what is the typical investment that listeners make when they're redoing the basement to turn it into a man or woman cave I would say if we're just looking at a basement media room a home theater we we have orders that start out going around from five grand up to fifty grand yeah we we sell some really substantial home theater gear but that's what's great about our store we have literally every different level from the entry level gear to you know all the way to the top of the line flagship level product that I made a lot of these audio companies famous all the Mercedes is a huge Notre Dame fan because he's from out Greenwood and everybody my green what is a huge entertainment he's he was speaking officers got about eighty five thousand dollars you'd like to invest in it in his basement what can let the our listeners like all the minutia that have eighty five two hundred thousand dollars and I'm joking the all the waters out there to he's like I'm out here no but no if you have if you wanna go crazy and build out a theater room where you have the leather chairs in the leather couches with the with the with thick with the ice makers in them or or the cooling stand where you can put your drink and your drink stays colder hot the wine older I've seen some crazy pictures listen I'm building a house my wife won all this and like no good nice picture no she needs to know yeah I think it's yeah I'm sure you do right you want to throw it in it'll be great sure she needs another to plan their next thing you know it's a lot of great but but I I I want to think about that because we'll get to all the mache I I wanna talk but designing home theaters I want to talk about home automation because that's the way to go you have an app on your phone you could turn lights off in every single room you could drop shades it's great so if you got pictures of your base would you like us to.

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"difficulty walking" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"difficulty walking" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"With patients what's the real scoop on each person who enters the door that we see and can relate to what about a woman is seventy six years old she's divorces five to about four years ago should back pain he went to the big hospital should a bone Meryl testis is where needles put into the bone and cells are taken out his front of myeloma myeloma is a kind of cancer and I believe Tom Brokaw the NBC news anchor recently wrote a book with his daughter about his bout with myeloma with this woman has said myeloma affecting bone she's lost about four and a half inches in height with her spine collapsed he was diagnosed after that she had standard treatment of one of the big hospitals in New York should chemotherapy should trouble tolerating chemo or immuno therapy and so she went and saw concoction person and with concoction she did blood cleaning and animals and always on an anti oxidants well I could tell you I see thousands of people with cancer and these concoctions just don't work and then she went to a super duper pooper big hospital had more systemic therapy she said more pain and she came to me because she has terrible page you said the show to the hospital had surgery on the right hip in the left hip with rods placed out of the room right or left femurs and that's how she came with terrible pain difficulty walking and I could tell you of a couple points number one could Cochran's don't work so if you know someone is taking the Animas Cox's think if you change your diet the it's going to change something it doesn't it doesn't diet change doesn't treat cancer number one concoctions remedies and ozone acupuncture vitamin C. don't treat cancer they don't they might take your money away give you know Lucien but they don't treat cancer that you want the big hospitals in Tyler to stomach therapies and joins us super duper and injured more chemo on the the the surgeons got a hold over a Napper done a right left hip but I can tell you in my experience another teaching point the most people with cancer in the bones most people not everybody but most people don't need surgery this by alarm as a disease is very very very sensitive.

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"difficulty walking" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"difficulty walking" Discussed on 710 WOR

"And the water but a man is sixty one years old this is a man is a fancy hairdresser one of those fancy places on the Upper East Side and a year ago it went to hospitals having difficulty walking is just some home they said he was dehydrated and blah blah blah and didn't do any tests roll this a pretty reliable straightforward man who said he couldn't walk and the some of the emergency room or one of the super pooper big hospitals and sell them out many thought well they must be right and so I didn't go back for a few more months whether they could barely walk even worse have that time he was almost paralyzed to new went into one of the super pooper big hospitals and they try to do a biopsy and they said well they can't find any cancer and so this item to a nursing home we went to a nursing home for months and we often talk about this going to a nursing home or rehab when you have cancer in my view generally just gives the cancer a chance to grow and that's what happened you got worse and worse and worse and worse and then he came here about our work already a listener like you hello Hey you may want to go see doctor leader men and he came in and I saw him orange the biopsy and we found that he had a lymphoma eating away at his spinal cord and by that time that he saw me was paralyzed in a wheelchair and we started treatment on him to Amanda as per our asis and lymphoma which is a potentially curable disease and we started treatment instances but on treatment is starting to move his legs and there's lots of things to learn if you have something wrong with you in the doctor's tell you Hey it's not this well it's probably time to get a fresh second opinion like he did unfortunately took months and months and months and months to come here to thirteen eighty four Broadway but he did that he went to a hospital firstly went to a nursing home and rehab but none of that helped until we came here you got a biopsy and now for the first time he can move his legs.

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"difficulty walking" Discussed on Health Hats, the Podcast

Health Hats, the Podcast

09:03 min | 3 years ago

"difficulty walking" Discussed on Health Hats, the Podcast

"And we're faced with decisions decisions and the decisions can be ranging from take a pill that's a prescription take a pill l.. That isn't a prescription having therapy changing your behavior. I'm sure there's more than just not thinking of right now. And so is clinical Nicole decision support about any of that. Yeah it's about thinking about those options but being presented with options on the basis of evidence. So the idea behind Decision support is that there is some way to synthesize cise. The evidence that's out there apply to a specific context person a situation group any of those things or all of them taken together and then provide a set of recommendations that also have some documented support so characteristics that help a person person think through those options and perhaps choose a decision that You know maybe this is the first visit. Maybe this is the first decision decision you're making and they're five options and so you're trying the first of these options. Maybe it's the lowest impact option or the the the lightest. Lift it kind of option and you light us. Lift meeting like the least disruptive to your life yet that the like an amputation would be a huge or okay. Yeah and maybe in terms of pain for example. It's it's doing therapy before trying. Hang any therapeutic. So Fox is clinical decision support always with a patient and a medical person like a doctor or nurse practitioner or PA.. Or is it also with a chiropractor with an acupuncture nutritionist. You know other healthcare licensed healthcare professionals or is it mostly medical well traditionally. It's been thought of as something that is. Delivered to the clinician on a clinician makes the decision so it's been in the medical domain but that doesn't mean that that's where it should remain and in fact it's pretty clear that it shouldn't uh-huh and you know recent work we. We certainly see it moving into the behavioral health domain and whether that then extends to all of the services and community based organizations that are providing other kinds of social words. You know absolutely it seems like it's it's appropriate when you say Behavioral Health that's addiction treatment and mental health services for example. Yeah you you don't have to answer this if you don't want to. But how have you used CD s in your life like outside of your professional role more like your personal role will or as a family member. Yeah absolutely so I use. It's not a formal form of clinical. Doesn't support we all use clinical decision support. We just don't don't necessarily call it that or to give it that name but I think it's it's sort of looking for information an whether electronically or talking to friends or family or to community members to sort of look for good options maybe or look for problems problems or risks and so for example the most common and the most prevalent. CDs today is really looking at. What's the right drug for me to take for? Are this new symptom that I have. Can I take something homeopathic. Can I A ticket with this other drug that I normally take. Is there going to be a problem do you do. I have any allergies to this medication that I need to be aware of before I take it and you know. Can I recommend it for a friend WHO's Aspirin allergic or something that okay. Okay and so I'm thinking about like how I ve used it do. Do I wanna take the cholesterol medication. Do I WANNA colonoscopy. What medicine do I take for my multiple Sclerosis prosise so those are all right for clinical decision support? Yeah absolutely okay. Clinical decision support for has a a manual process meaning a human process that then technology gets gets applied to because time is so short. And there's just so much information that any one human being can't really take it in. Yeah I have an example. My husband had a knee injury from in early in his life and the injury. Wasn't you know there was no specific treatment treatment. It was a tear on a not a complete tear but like a stretch of his. ACL's anterior cruciate ligament and he had done a little but if therapy after the news never the same again which I think is not that unusual for knee. Injuries like that but he was still strong and having no real pain and no difficulty walking. Then you know in our late forties. Something was throwing a wrench in the works. There was something literally getting a a of his knee joint and so we spent a lot of time talking about it because the outcomes for knee surgery are really poor. They're they're actually kind of terrible arable. So most of the time you go in you have something maybe cleaned out and some repair done. But then if you're a person who develops arthritis the arthritis will sort of come back back with a vengeance. We knew that he had from the thumbs. We knew that he had very little cartlidge. We knew that he he was lucky to not be in chronic pain but we also knew that there was sort of the ghost or cloud of it of what looked like random piece floating so finally after I think four opinions and lots of research and knee saying consistently. I really don't want to have surgery on his knee because the outcomes just don't look good we finally got someone who agreed to just go in and take a look and see if there are any floating pieces could be removed and in fact I think this is like commonly only called joint mouse but there was the spooning piece of cartilage. Probably from the early injury that was she can lose during. We were playing around in Baltimore more on this piece of sculpture and he landed on the knee after that it was just floating and anyway they removed to join mice from the and closed him up and sent him home and numerous scraping or cleanings been much better. So what's the clinical decision decision support of that. Did you say already or did I miss it. We did get I think four different orthopedic surgeon opinions I Z.. We went to over a long period of time. We looked at all the evidence both from a research point but also sort of from what is out there in popular repress about how well people do and how well they feel after you need surgery and the overwhelming opinion was you know that it. It's it works for for some and it doesn't work at all for for the same number so it's fifty fifty chance that you'll have any success and I feel schizophrenic in the sense that sometimes I think about what you're saying and I just keep hearing. Okay this is humans doing work to learn more and then I sit around these tables where it seems like it's about the technology. She of clinical decision support. I understand what you went through to to figure out what what your options were and then make a selection and it sounds all humid. Yeah what's the technology. Part of that will the situation that I'm describing the sort of the situation at present however there is a lot of good evidence if it had been available to even even one of the clinicians we saw would have been presented to us and examined carefully. And it's not rocket science. The the evidence is pretty solid. It's pretty robust and could have really been clear early on without four. Visits without of consternation consternation you know what our options were and thought about a step wise approach.

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"difficulty walking" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"difficulty walking" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"With patients what's the real scoop on each person who enters the door that we see and can relate to what about a woman is seventy six years old she's divorce his front about four years ago should back pain he went to the big hospital should a bone Meryl testis is wearing needles put into the bone and cells are taken out his front of myeloma myeloma is a kind of cancer and I believe Tom Brokaw the NBC news anchor recently wrote a book with his daughter about his bout with myeloma with this woman has said myeloma affecting bone she's lost about four and a half inches in height respond. collapsed she was diagnosed after that **** standard treatment of one of the big hospitals in New York should chemotherapy should trouble tolerating chemo or immuno therapy and so she went and saw concoction person. and with concoction she did blood cleaning and animals and always on an anti oxidants wrote. I could tell you I see thousands of people with cancer and these concoctions just don't work then she went to a super duper pooper big hospital had more systemic therapy and she said more pain. and she came to me because she has terrible page she said she got to the hospital had surgery on the right hip to the left hip with rods placed out of the room right to left femurs. and that's how she came with terrible pain difficulty walking I could tell you a couple points number one concoctions don't work so if you know someone is taken Animas Cox's think if you change your diet the it's going to change something it doesn't. it doesn't diet change doesn't treat cancer number one concoctions and remedies in ozone acupuncture vitamin C. don't treat cancer they don't they might take your money away give you know Lucien but they don't treat cancer that you want the big hospitals shouldn't tolerate systemic therapies address so super duper and then ship more chemo and then the surgeons got a hold over and they operate on a right left hip but I can tell you in my experience another teaching point the most people with cancer in the bones most people not everybody but most people don't need surgery this by alarm as a disease is very very very.

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"difficulty walking" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"difficulty walking" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

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"difficulty walking" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"difficulty walking" Discussed on WTMJ 620

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Peripheral Artery Disease: Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute

Mayo Clinic Radio

01:00 min | 4 years ago

Peripheral Artery Disease: Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute

"With your Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute, I'm Vivian Williams. Peripheral artery disease or P A D can be a sign of something really seriously wrong with your heart or blood vessels. So just what is PHD? Everybody's familiar with the atherosclerotic blockages. It can affect the heart and give us heart attacks or the kind that can affect the vessels of the neck and the brain and might give us a stroke. It turns out that those problems these what we call plaques or areas of cholesterol and calcium deposition. Not only occur in the heart and the brain. But they can occur everywhere in the body. Dr Tom rook says PHD most often occurs in the legs as the blockages get worse. Patients have difficulty walking and experience pain. So what happens is they've got plenty of blood flow getting their at rest, but not enough to let them perform while painful. PHD is treatable. In fact, Dr rook says one of the best things you can do is exercise through your pain to stimulate the body. For more information talk to your doctor or visit mayo clinic dot org.

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