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"joe cancer" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

04:14 min | 5 months ago

"joe cancer" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Be treated for this big, painful masses growing through the skin, shed a mammogram showing up by red five and Mammograms have a reading from 1 to 5 when the suspicion of cancer. Hers was a five the worst I saw her. She had this eight centimeter mass in 12 o'clock position of the left breast, eroding through the skin with them floods in the armpit, the proposed the Super Club and she wanted our treatment. Only no surgery, no cutting, no bleeding. And she had our treatment of this mass is now in remission doing great, And this is the work that we do every day at 34 Broadway. Well, lots of information to send you have a brand new DVD just came out this week and also a new skin cancer booklet and a new breast cancer book. But all for use of give us a call or come into 34 Broadway. There's no obligation whatever another woman who's 64 years old born in Puerto Rico, with poorly differences, right breast cancer shoes on concoctions. Had a mammogram and ultrasound. She was diagnosed and she went to Mexico. She spent thousands and thousands for useless treatment. Shit concoctions, they were useless. Cancer kept on growing and well, she came to me. I saw her and she had a large mass in the breast. It was extending to the skin. It was several centimeters, almost three centimeters. And well, she wanted to be treated. She wants treatment without mistake to me, without love back to me without chemotherapy elsewhere. They won't do mastectomy for her and chemo and she just refused that she refused him and ran away. That's why she went for the concoctions. Well, that was the wrong answer. Concoctions Don't help. She declined key. Emotion declined. Miss Doctor me came here. We treated her. Almost two years ago, and she is now in remission. The cancer is gone doing well, doing very, very well. And let's think about a man who comes to us with this soft, a geo cancer. He's 87 years old is one of the big hospitals is there for two weeks? That's offered Joe Cancer for two weeks. All they did was deliberate. What to do with this man had a mass in the esophagus. Any of the mass in the colon. And he was a name. He can He lost £25 of he was having trouble swallowing and I went through all the records. You couldn't eat meat she couldn't need bread is wait when? From 1 80 to 1 50 years Next smoker hit some dark stools was a name because the hospital it went through. The records were like deliberating whether he should live or die or be treated or not treated. Or cut on him and found he was scheduled to have surgery and the colon 87 years old with a massive the esophagus. And finally the family just gave up in the hospital. Is there almost two weeks and nothing happened? Everything they did in the houseboat could've been done here from in an hour. Two weeks. Probably got a bill of $50,000. For what? Well, not very much. And so he came to us. I saw him and I met with him. I met with his family as this Big mass in the esophagus. The big mess of the call in probably two separate cancers. And this is the work we did. They did colonoscopy that big hospital, but they couldn't get to the cancer. We got a pet scan. The pet scan was rip roaring positive there. So it's most likely cancer of the colon to separate cancers. And we propose treating him to try to open up his esophagus. We can eat and this is the work we do. We treat many people with a soft a geo cancers. Why Get them better to avoid chemo to avoid surgery to allow them to eat. So there's many reasons people come to us with colon cancers and ISAF video cancers like this man. Most don't have two separate cancers, thistles, the work that we do every day and 13 for Broadway, even if you're 87 or 807, or 47. This is the work we do every day. So as you say all, Dr Liederman, may father, my grandfather, my great grandfather's 87..

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"joe cancer" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

07:15 min | 7 months ago

"joe cancer" Discussed on 710 WOR

"We are back and we have by the way, a new breast cancer booklet with lots of examples of women treated. Before and after pictures and cat scans and pet scans. He may want to see if you're interested in breast cancer. If you have a breast cancer before you decide, or for a friend or neighbor who might need it. As always helpful to inform others listeners save lives. You're like an ambassador. You've learned all this information today and hopefully on many other days and you've learned and you can pass on the information. About Jean and her breast cancer. Well, she's part of a new breast cancer DVD, and we'd like you to come in and pick up the DVD or call us and pick up or be mailed that DVD. There's also this booklet which will send to you so Just give us a call. If you need an appointment. If you have a lump in the breast or cancer is you caused to want to choices that numbers to want to choices for appointments. We accept most insurances. Medicare, Medicaid, so cause of 212. Choices, day or night, seven days a week, and the rest of the interview with her is on that pressed DVD. And what about a man who comes to a 65 years old from Connecticut? He has two Children. And this is the man who came with his boss's boss loves him so much that he brought him here for evaluation and for almost two years had difficulty swallowing and more and more symptoms. First, his doctor told me at the height of hernia, no testing was done Worlds. Dangerous. We talked about it A few minutes ago about telling something to someone without documentation was doctor told him he had a hide or hernia. What was wrong he actually had in the soft geo cancer. The esophagus is the two between the mouth and the stomach. Any of the cancer there, months and months were lost because the doctor told him something that was not documented. He didn't have a height or hernia. He had a cancer took months and months, six months went by, and he lost £20. His symptoms got worse and worse and worse. And finally, finally, yet endoscopy and endoscopy showed cancer. It went toe. Several the biggest hospitals in Connecticut, and we're scheduled to see a surgeon, but he does not want to have surgery. His weight's gone from 2 42 100. He overall lost £40 and he wants our treatment. He knows the benefit of our treatment for a soft Joe cancer to shrink down to cancer and get the esophagus open and eating again. That's why it's so important. It's always important to get a fresh second opinion, and that's why so many people come here. 30 for Broadway for a fresh second opinion, we have lots of information available DVDs who sent it out to you Best is always to meet in person except most insurances. Medicare Medicaid were the first in America, the first to the Western atmosphere. With stare, attacked IQ radio surgery. Now we have a special interview with Lord all about lung cancer and how her lung cancer was treated. We have Lauren on the line. How are you? I'm fine just to bring out the point that I had suspected long. Cantor went to see a pulmonologist. He said. Surgery chemo I said way, and that was in it, he said. I cannot accept you as my patient. I can tio On the same day, so suspected Rent a CT and pet. Confirmed. The diagnosis came back that same day, and we discussed the choices all of them and I decided that I want to go with you. And within three days I started treatment. Nothing happens in three days in a hospital in Venice. You were seen by a pulmonary doctor who was insistent that they open up your chest. Yeah, Absolutely. And they send you to the lung surgeon and they were insistent on cutting on you, right? Absolutely, and would not accept me as a patient if I didn't do that, And you your nurse, you worked at some of the biggest hospitals around right? And you just didn't want your long unjust opened up in your lung thrown into the garbage can right. The bucket. And why is that? Why were you so adamant? Not tohave. Your lung opened up and throwing into the bucket. Why? Because at the super duper pooper I saw That happens with the chest too. And the whole thing and I live alone and there's no way I would be independent. I go right from there. There the nursing home. So tell us what did you you worked in some of the biggest hospitals in New York. When you see people with lung cancer going through surgery and their long what? What's what do you see? Um, I think they're on their way to a very painful recovery. And then in comes the chemo person, and then they're just going to go down will now you didn't want any of that, right? I didn't. But I came back yesterday. It was confirmed. I had a confirmed diagnosis. But you didn't want any of the surgery. Didn't want any of the chemo, right? You can't saying Do you have any questions? You have any questions? Do you have any questions? You know that? You know why I do that. Yeah, because no one else ever asked me well, but I do that because I want to make sure people have a chance to speak and ask all the questions and I saw usually would say two or three times. So do you have any other questions? And, yeah, you remember that? Very well. So we treated you and you had a few treatments. What did the treatment feel like for a treatment of lung cancer? You What did it feel like? If it was, you know the machines and all that. The diagnosis is all scary, but the team and the atmosphere and the treatment itself. It's perfect. But what do you feel? So tell people who don't know what it's like. When you walk in the door, you have a lung cancer. What happened to you? You get created by people that know Iraq. You change you write down. Get back up. And on your way. How long is the treatment at Radio City? New York. How long did that last? I would. Weston. Father minute. Okay, well, it's actually a little bit more. About time. You walk in the room and get out of the room. But what do you feel during that treatment? Nothing is really pain. No. No pain cutting. No and the anesthesia. Now, and he's suffering. Not at all and the infusions. I hear great and the chemo? No, I feel great, and I feel safe and you were treated. You actually were treated with it of lung cancer, and you received.

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"joe cancer" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"joe cancer" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Of SAFA GIO cancer. That's according to a new study by the American Cancer Society, which says the number to remember, one hundred forty degrees, that's too hot, but you don't hear about a SAFA Joe cancer, very often, but it's actually the sixth, most common cancer in the world. Effect kills around five hundred thousand people every year worldwide, according to the international agency, for research on cancer now in my saying, if you drink hot tea, or hot coffee, that it's going to cause cancer, of course not. And most people here in the United States, don't drink beverages that are too hot. But this isn't the first study to link burning hot tea with the SAFA Joe cancer. So maybe let it cool down just a little bit. I'm Dr Sanjay Gupta, helping you live better life. It's nine q. Stinks in here passing gas. Is there a wreck time and a wrong time to do it? Come on her. I'm trying to eat Walian doors in the company of others passing gas is not only taboo, it can be deadly. Passing gas releases a plume of toxic vapors like ammonia and hydrogen cyanide. You're killing us over here every year, hundreds of infants exposed past dash Di. I cracked a window and just opening a window isn't enough. These deadly fumes can linger in the room for hours after odors have dissipated. Smoke outside. You're right, pumpkin. Excuse me. If you smoke take it outside. Don't pass gas. A message from the American.

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"joe cancer" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

03:40 min | 1 year ago

"joe cancer" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

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"joe cancer" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"joe cancer" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Treatment out of better cancer treatment, and avoid the obstacles in the road that are so frequent and confront so many people and are so confusing to so many people. Interesting man, and unusual in many ways. He's sixty seven years old. He's a sports medicine doctor scenario with two kids yet. She's an Email to go at ours dot org. My Email and he said, I am a man who has trouble swallowing my document and dusk. Copy I have a esophageal cancer, and he's scheduled a cat scan. Do agree or not. That was it very short precise Email. And I wrote him back. I think I wrote a move I think that a cat scans probably a waste of time. There's more accurate tests. And if you want, I was just you get a pet scan rather than wasting your time with a cat scan and he wrote me back, and he said, well, I don't know. I don't know if I get it approved and this is already arranged. And I said, well, if you want, give me a chance and they'll get it approved. Okay, if you can get any. I think he called his friends radiologist, and that of a hospital in the neighboring state, and they said, yet, Dr Liederman is right, but he probably won't get it approved. And so just get your cat scan so the, the patient who's sports medicine. Doctors, call me any said, look, I agree with you there. Trying to stick me on the less. Good test out rather have the best if you can arrange I was able to arrange and pet scan it, I think the best place in New York New. Pet scan machine. They have great tax in great doctors, and so within twelve hours overnight after hours, where we'll schedule and obtain a pet scan and he walked in my office the next morning, and he has the scans in his hand, and he has the report, which I gave him and the report showed that, yes, he has a Big Joe cancer as suspected, but it's also, unfortunately, traveled and traveled to several areas by the Koran which was just close to the actually close to offer. Joe cancer, the Khurana is worthy airway breaks off to the right side of the left side. And he had a mass in the threat inlet, and he had to masses, what are called retro crucial lymph nodes under the diaphragm the diaphragm of muscle moves in and out and helps his free that it also separates the chest from the abdomen. So he was smart enough. And had the insight to get that pet scan which offered. And he. Immediately had a stage and unfortunately, it was stage four. Now, how did he get stage for GIO cancer? Well, the answer had he also had the answer was that he had indus- copy several years earlier had a disease called parents Asaf, Agha's Barrett's esophagus, where the lining of the stomach starts creeping up into.

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"joe cancer" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

The Dan Bongino Show

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"joe cancer" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

"I don't get it. How was the White House running the spy operation, according to the FBI or running something that nobody's ever answered questions on. How did they wanna know everything how were there meetings at the White House, the CIA and the FBI we already know about detects? And how is it that Barack Obama said the Russians couldn't he couldn't interfere in our elections or that anybody she's talking about anyone for that matter? How did all of this happen and the White House former White House Obama and Biden have managed to escape scrutiny? The answer is easy. I think you all know the answer. So does Joe cancer? This is easy. The media's joke, they're not they're not. They don't have a they have a case of the real the for reals I used to when I was buddies with my friend that secret service, we used to have these sometimes these recruit should come in. And be oh full like vinegar stuff ready to go a realize hard, the trading we call it having a case of the Farinas, right? The meeting thinks they're for real. And they're not they have a. Case of the reels they think they're journalists. But they're not they're not asking the real questions. They're engage in an ongoing gas lighting Pravda like effort to distract you from the real story to wrap this up. How the heck Obama after the election? Oh, the Russians the Russians did it the Russians there all the Democrats the Russians colluded with Trump number one. And number two how it Obama White House? That was looking to run something the FBI and wanted to know exactly what was going on. And they had meetings there how the Obama White House can still avoid any scrutiny on the spicy. It's just I mean, it is it is political malpractice of the highest order and journalistic malfeasance to not report on this stuff. Keep that cut handy. We'll be using that again in the future broccoli, nobody can interfere with our elections, the Russians interfered our election. That's not what you said before the election. Unbelievable. What a phony. All right, Kamla, Harris. So speaking candidates for president khama Harris was out this was out this weekend. And this is it's sad to watch. You know, I would say it's funny. But it's not because if one of these candidates in the democrat field for president that's up burgeoning right now at twenty candidates, if one of them gets elected your civil liberties are in a lot of trouble, ladies and gentlemen, I kid you not. And the problem is we're now having this leapfrog event where in order to pander to the activists far left radical anti civil liberties police state base where the volunteers and the energy are the left is been energized..

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"joe cancer" Discussed on The Atheist Experience

The Atheist Experience

04:21 min | 2 years ago

"joe cancer" Discussed on The Atheist Experience

"For leaving me even the best for last. That was my plan. But anyway, anyway, one thing I want to cleared out before I before I go on that, you know, I'm not like most intelligent design proponents, and you know, because you're not occur design proponents just that's just a joke for my. I'm not I'm not young earth creationist. But I also don't think that it was God who is responsible for the intelligent design of life on Earth Day. So you are convinced that life was intelligently designed but not by God. That's right. I either time travelers her aliens K where do the time travellers come from. Apart from the future. I mean, that's that's the obvious. Joe cancer. So but. The time travelers evolved naturally or were they created by Intel? I mean, it could have been, you know, future humans or the descendents of mankind. Going back in time. And you know, starting the host. So you don't think there's there's any problem with that that we can violate causality essentially we in the future, go back and invent ourselves. But how how does that process? Get started. Like, we invent ourselves directly begging we feed the earth. And you know, there was some form of a store winning pollution going on or. Yeah. And now you've got this. You've got this loop where people from the future, go back and see the earth. And then they then they have all. And then they go back and see the earth in passing involved, but how did this loop? Get started. Boy, it doesn't have start. It's it's an infinite loop. And I don't I don't see a logical problem with that idea to be honest. You don't see a problem with the fact that, but I mean, but even even if there's a problem, I'm not committed that specific idea the idea that I'm committed to that life was was designed by material physical agents instead of supernatural cater. What convinces you that? That is the explanation when when the bulk of science when we talk about how creatures evolve and how we get the diversity of life. Does not require any agency. So. Where did where where did agency intervene, and how can we tell? Well, I don't have a specific the wear and land. But, but here's my here's my argument for why this didn't happen. Okay. So. So you're all laid out in deductive form. So everything that has this particular set of properties, and you know, clarify what properties I'm talking about. A bit is is an intelligence. That's that's the first premise life as this particular set of properties. No, therefore life with Zayn by an intelligence, you know, on the property, and I'm talking about you know, it would be stuff probably heard before such as a specified complexity. The Michael be nonsense idea that sorry been shown to be on the case. He's complexity specified complexity. Yes. Go ahead. Yeah. But that's been debunked as well. Because it doesn't require either I reduce irreducible complexity or specified complexity. That's the purpose of evolution fact that you might have as clean that does nothing for period of time. And then it keeps changing until it does something especially it. The only the only specificity is at the time when we are able to identify a function. But that doesn't mean that it didn't Volve process. That did not include that as a goal. You can't assert that. Because I have is that see that. This was some sort of intentional thing that volved with the goal of having an eye that sees. It's not. I I'm not sure that you understand the best by complexity, but, you know, my by reason for expecting, you know, have the explanation for this particular, kind of specified implicity that we see in living organisms is intelligence because everything that we know, you know, from our uniform prior experience.

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"joe cancer" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"joe cancer" Discussed on 710 WOR

"He called me up at home of seven thirty at night. I never met him before never heard his name before. And he asked me what he should do this for seven thirty at night. He was told he had this hafa Joe cancer. And I told him I believe that the best thing is to get staged up. And see exactly where the cancer is treatment is different. If it's localized or if it's metastatic if it's spread, and he wasn't certain he called his friend who is a chief of radiology big hospital. And he said, well, Dr Liederman is right. But I'll never get the pet scan in the morning, and he said get your cat scan. Now, do the pet scan in a few weeks and the patient to the liked that he liked the idea of getting the best test ASAP. Why should he get radiation? Exposure and get an breath test today, and then wait for the best test for a few weeks didn't make sense to him. He liked my logic. He liked the idea to get the best test the staging immediately and nowheres Asaf against cancer was and he called me back that night. And he said, okay, Dr Liederman you said you could do the test. You get the test for me in the morning. I'll be there and the next morning at seven AM. He was there. Hit the pet scan nine o'clock you walked in my office with the result in his hand in three copies. And I usually ask the radiologists that we work with to give the patient multiple copies. So they have copies in their hand. He walked in my office, and we gave him the report. And the report was well, it wasn't the best report for him. But he had the dose rather than waiting another month. He had cancer in this SAFA guests and also had spread to several lymph nodes..

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"joe cancer" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

04:46 min | 2 years ago

"joe cancer" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Liver is paid in the pelvis is progressive. Pain progressive cancer. He's been on chemo and chemo chemo chemo. And the cancer keeps on traveling. It's travel to the lymph nodes the bone deliver and the primary site. He's married. He came with his daughter for evaluation of his SAFA, Joe cancer who's fun to about a year and a half ago. We had difficulty swallowing hit a daas copy and dusk is when the doctor Texas scope a little tube. And goes down looks into this the two between the mouth of the stomach and founded esophageal cancer was biopsy positive. He started chemotherapy and the chemo worked at the beginning and often say that the chemo offered works at the beginning. But then shortly after the cancer starts fighting cancer is a little bit like a terrorist, and it can fight back to cancer is not just some dumb collection of tissues sees chemo. And then it learns about the chemo and starts resisting the chemo and starts writing back mutates. And that's what happened in him. So at first shortwhile, the chemo work and then for a year the chemo. Hasn't worked the cancers just grow and grow and grow, and they kept on giving more and more chemo and the cancer kept growing and growing growing and the span had a pet scan the pet scan this injection of radioactive sugar. Doctors radiologists look throughout the body to see exactly where the cancer is. And the pet scan showed more and more metastases involving the lymph nodes liver bone and around this off against then he tried concoctions and all kinds of things including medical marijuana, which you mentioned just a few minutes ago, which did not work dried coffee, Animas ozone, and vitamins, mega vitamins antioxidants and all kinds of concoctions and spent a lost a lot of money, but the cancer kept on growing at a pet scan couple of weeks ago. He has right of domino pain, right? Where the cancer is growing the liver and his right hip pain, where the cancer is growing in the bone Hispanic lost thirty pounds in two months. He now as one forty seven his height is five foot six he said decrease. Hearing since childhood he worked around heavy equipment. He never smoked his cancer markers. Listen to this is C E A. Most recently was sixty three a few months ago. It was four point nine. So it's gone up by more than ten fold his see a nineteen nine which is another cancer marker was sixteen thousand in just a few months ago. It was four hundred and ninety three. So as cancer marker went up forty times despite having chemotherapy, so the cancers grow, and he has more pain, he's losing weight, and he wants to be treated, and this is the work that we do every day here at thirty four Broadway, treating metastatic and primary cancers, new and old and brain tumors. Prostate cancer bladder cancers, his fantas had chemo didn't work. He wants to be treated. And that's what we're here for were here at third say for Broadway, treat newer recurrent cancers to get him out of pain to shrink down the cancer. He'll the ball and get the cancer out of the liver. All noninvasive -ly at thirty-four Broadway. I'll tell you about a man who's about seventy five year old is a Broadway actor is a play. Right. And he came with an advanced rectal cancer, rectal, bleeding directo mass. And well, he is just been adamant not to have usual treatment, and the usual treatment for rectal cancer would be chemo and radiation and surgery, and he I started chemo chemo came. Oh. And then he learned about us, and he had radio surgery and we treated him, and he just came for follow up, and he had a pet scan and the rectal cancers all gone. So that's what's happened to him has got good function is got good quality of life has no symptoms. He's pleased with treatment he had radio surgery for rectal cancer and his pet scan is now negative. It's called the good news department. And that's the work that we do here at radio surgery New York to where we brought radio Saturday to America, first and mirror. What about a sixty four year old man from Dominican Republic? You sent by one of the big urologist in town. Here's a PSA six Gleason, six cancer. He had a cat scan which was negative for cancer, his father died of prostate cancer. So number one he's from the Caribbean area, which is a big hotbed of cancer. And we know that men for the Caribbean area have lots of prostate cancer, his father had prostate cancer, his father died of prostate cancer. So that's a first degree relative. He had a high PSA is PSA was six point three, and he had a biopsy showing cancer the sixty four year old man, he works in construction. He has five children is PSA was elevated at six point three nine. He had a.

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"joe cancer" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"joe cancer" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Adjacent lymph nodes five treatments. We did it we shrink down the cancer. He's been eating ever since. And he had the chemotherapy to. So he's had study like a random I studied his body of radio surgery to the lymph nodes and to the esophageal cancer, mass and chemotherapy to the rest of the body that chemo went into a vein and spread to the rest of the body. And now we came back this past week for follow up test, and the pet scan shows the radio surgery work, very, well, the cancer shrank greatly and the lymph node that we treated near the SAFA Joe cancer went. Away completely which was the great news and proved to him that our treatment truly works the other disease while he had chemotherapy for the disease, and it just didn't work. I called up the chemo doctor has had the patients here doctors here. And he said, oh, I said the radio surgery worked cancer to SAFA guests and adjacent lynnfield shrank. But elsewhere where he got chemotherapy just didn't work. And then the doctor said, well, he didn't come for the chemo. And it's not a fair analysis because it show up for the chemo recei what I recommended and I said, well, okay, come over and talk to you. And then I talked to the patient and the patient says, well, the reason I didn't show up as it was so devastating the chemo that I just couldn't take the radio surgery was great and easy, and I took it and well tolerated. And now, I see that it worked like, you told me most likely would Dr Liederman put the chemo was just devastating. And for that reason he wasn't able to show up sometimes after chemo is in bed. So it's funny. How different people see? Different things that chemo. Doctor saw patient who wasn't showing up. I came. Oh, whereas the patient was seeing the side effects of chemo, and he didn't like the side effects of the treatment. And he couldn't tolerate it. So yes, he had the radio surgery for the SAFA Joe cancer it worked he took as much came Mosey. Could it didn't work. He wants us to treat him now to these other areas and most likely our data shows more than ninety percent chance who can stop her shrink the cancer where we aim the beam. And that's what we intend to do our treatment just takes minutes. It's very well tolerated. It's highly successful where we attack the cancer. So this fan. Do we have proof? Yes. Is this? What we do every day. Yes. We have a team devoted to this work. Yes. Will be the first in America to do this work. Yes were refers to New York to do this work. Yes, why? Because there's so many patients in whom surgery is not feasible or.

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"joe cancer" Discussed on The Flop House Podcast

The Flop House Podcast

03:35 min | 2 years ago

"joe cancer" Discussed on The Flop House Podcast

"Dead gets thinner and thinner or as a mystic from an ethnic tribe in a Richard Bachman based movie might say, thinner, thinner, you can't see the hand motion I'm doing, but I'm making it thinner anyway. So we'd like to get people ready for that time at the end of October, by talking about scary movies because you know who like scary, movies, who everybody. Oh, okay. Correct. What were you saying about services. In may surprise. You know that a woman's body is not just always ready for a baby to just drop right out of that thing. It's got to be over the course of a process called labor. Now, if you look at this chart, you'll see that this part of the body is where the baby is, and this view the ball, the whole draw that whole chart just now. Yeah, I did. I did it very quickly from memory because the experience of watching this happened scars you greatly. I see it even when I close my eyes, much like the scary movies we watch in shock Tober. Now Dan, like ask you a question, we all know Stewart love, scary, movies because they remind him that the only truly scary thing in life is not having lived fully, but Dan, why do you like scary? Movies? Well, I probably actually like them because of my fear of death and by, you know, going through sort of a kabuki of experiencing that fear of death through watching film. I can overcome it in my real life sort of a comer SIS, that becomes therapeutic. Yeah. So if you're Joe cancer, what was your. That was my real answer. I love blood and boobs. Well, that would be my joke answer actually. But also real joke has a little truth in it. You know, chicken really did cross the road is what you're saying. Yeah, one point what is going on up stairs? There's a lot of banging going on in my apartment. I apologize if it's it's like somebody is just playing the chainsaw part from that jackal saw think maybe they have like a a rowing machine or something. I don't know what it is. Well, guys, that's been the flop house. The show where we talk about what's going on above Dan's apartment and try to guess what it is join us next week when Dan, Dan's neighbors are clearly having sex, but Dan is so disgusted by it. He doesn't want to say that's what's happening. And he comes up with a lot of other explanations, a handball court in apartment. Sure. Why not? I mean, I feel like I feel like Dan, like investigating the the, the the dangerous liaisons going up in the apartment above him. Sounds like a pretty good idea for podcasting. Yeah, yeah. You might even call it danjus liaisons. Kinda said that. Okay. So Dan, what movie do we watch as if the audience didn't know? Because we announced at the very beginning of the show, we watch truth or dare aka Lum houses truth or dare pronounce it not blew my house. I don't know somebody call up Judy Blume and find. Duty, what do you call your house. Now called it that I assume because there's like three or four other movies called truth or dare a couple of just came out in the last few years. Brian. When we when we all collectively watched this movie on our own, we had to do a lot of double checking that we were watching the right one..

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"joe cancer" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"joe cancer" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

"One who he has to be in contact, but you know, so so, but that that one was the one that I sort of had a hard time kind of nailing down. I guess, Kennedy slide from the difficulties of managing Gertrude. Dog helmet. What was your toughest seen as director. I will say, I mean that that probably that the toughest one just getting back to work with animals or babies is the is the baby crying scene because we had two babies, you had twins, but then we had, I think, four sets of twins and we would have to, you know, we can only have them, you know, in the scene for twenty minutes or thirty minutes and any time that I wanted them to cry. They were not crying and anytime I wanted them to not cry, they were screaming. And so we built that whole scene with and you'll see it at times, you know, with real baby fake baby or sometimes a baby's just like you or you don't see the baby's mouth and putting babies screams in there and like we, that whole scene was built. I just want to say one thing about a scene that I just love elements that you both put in that that I just think it's a beautiful scene and it's the scene with a wall. Here at the end giving the dog back which is like the two of the moments said, like, really moved me in this movie are Walter saying that's on my dog and then egos character saying, thank you. Thank you. Thank you. And I just think that that's that is a beautiful combination of two. Wonderful writers just want to say thanks. Our our times basically up, but we have time for one or two questions from the crowd right there. You ma'am. I mean, I've had this question many times before in the screening series, but I guess we'll get back into it about dog gassing. Nope, she she, she'd read a book. Yeah, she makes it very interesting point that she read that. Sometimes they like to cast animals that have a specialty of doing certain things like like dancing for air on her resume, many years ago, and and they cast according to that specialty versus a trainer training them to do this specific thing which which was the route. Well, I will. So the que- the quick joke answer is not even Joe cancer, but there was the what? There is one dog in Hollywood that has known to hump a leg or hump. That's that dogs in the movie. And in any movie that you see a dog humping somebody. That's that. Tell me the name. Tell me. I don't know the name of the dog don't know the name. I don't know the name of the dog I was. I don't. I don't know the name of the dog, but that dog was the dog in a movie is upping. It was just that that dog humps and it's weird because the ones like okay and hump hump. Hump hump. And so that's the Doug maybe meaning and. Still wanna know the training that goes into the, I don't know. I don't wanna know. I don't want to ask. I don't know. But the when when we as I said in pre production, we did not. So we cast the ad dogs. I and. The way I did it was I met with number of animal trainers and each animal trainer has sort of a corral of their their eighteen. Right? And then they also if you need extra animals, they'll go out to other trainers and bring them in, but they're the sort of the point person of income in charge of all the animals working on the set. So we hired a guy and once we hired him because there was a dog that I liked Charlie dog because Charlie was the most interactive dog in the story. You know to to chin hooch, it's not turning the the huge story and. I said to him, what are what? What can he do? What? What is interesting things he can. He who? And he and he's like, well, he's just goofy. And he's we like he just moves funny and he showed me a video and and basically I, I said to him, I just want all your rockstar dogs. I don't want you to have to teach them anything. What? What are they good at?.

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"joe cancer" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

03:27 min | 2 years ago

"joe cancer" Discussed on 710 WOR

"You help me can you make me better can you make my cancer, go away that's a lot different question than treat because we know so seldom this chemo causa durable positive benefit yeah there's a few cancers like lymphoma intestinal cancer where he works and actually cures patients but the vast majority it's not a curative modality the majority maybe even, try to give it in addition to something else or you try to give it to slow down. The growth of the cancer like stage for cancer, but that's, not a cure Situation radiation radio. Surgery often gears cancers we see that with brain like meningioma. Subdural Terry tumors acoustic neuroma had a, neck cancers common cancers in the throat area lung cancers SAFA geo liver pancreas prostate bladder so many cancers are highly effective treated by. Focused? Beam radio surgery the work, that we do and speaking. Of the Asaf against I wanna talk. About a, man who came sexually a, physician he called me? Up, late at night he said doc I've got this Asaf Adio? Cancer why should I do I said well for? Me I'd get a pet? Scan he said when I said hey? SAP he said how soon as ASAP said well it's seven o'clock at night now I can get. In, the morning and he said let, me talk about it and he called his friends, who are radiologists another, hospital they said yeah Dr. Liederman is, right you should get a pet scan but they'll never get, it done in the morning he's just talk and talk and talk and they'll never get it done, you get a cat scan On in a few weeks you get the pet scan and. Then the patient called me and asked, what I thought I said well. To me it's just a waste of time why wait three or four. Weeks for a, pet scan what is cancer do between now and then, it's going to grow it's gonna get worse so why would you. Wanna waste your time, waiting, for, a better. Test when you have the better test tomorrow and he, thought about, it and he said go ahead and do it and we arranged it so had a pet scan at seven AM the. Next morning he walked in my office. At nine, AM, the next morning that same twelve. Hour period and he? Had the, result, in his, hand and yes he had. This off Adio cancer which, he, knew. About because the doctor look into his, throat, into his Asaf Agha's but. The pet scan also showed cancer that would not have, been showing any other method so there were subtle changes in the lymph node by. The inlet, and, elsewhere. By the liver. Which would not have showing up, with a normal cat scan so the pet scan. Was highly useful allowed us to stage, the patient it allowed the patient. To know where the cancer Is and allowed us to focus in on the. Cancer that he had this patient is a doctor chose to have. Radio surgery to this. SAFA guests in the adjacent lymph nodes UAE because he wanted to keep the esophagus open he wanted to chemotherapy? Because the cancer had traveled to other sites, yet chemotherapy also said radio, surgery just five treatments. To the esophageal mass he had then chemotherapy at a new pet scan and the good news is that the cancer new SAFA guests has shrunken down about seventy percent the lymph nodes that we. Treated by, the SAFA Joe cancer are gone, away now what happened to the cancer that the chemo treated well unfortunately grew so. We need radio surgery to the rescue and radio surgery can treat patients even with prior. Chemo radiation or surgery and we can attack the cancer that this gentleman has even when chemotherapy, didn't work to lots of lessons here what's the best staging..

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"joe cancer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"joe cancer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"He no leader remember we were told from bush to clinton to bush obama this is not about political party and this is not about ideology that it was impossible to stop the rise of china that we had nothing we could do about it anything that we could do about it was tied to the swift system are tied to access to capital markets we literally had no other tools president trump in less than five or six months has put a lie to that we have tremendous operating leverage and we still have time before china twenty twentyfive comes into comes into being to actually combat this and if we don't do it now we will pay a huge price and i don't care if the stock market goes up for a couple of days that's not relevant but the financial community thinks about this right now is all shortterm okay they think about the short term and in secretary mnuchin who i consider a friend and he's a great guy made a comment as is dead wrong he said quote the trade war is on hold right now well china has a put it on hold china is still an economic warfare with us and is still in a trade worth us we have unilaterally put it on hold but what lighthizer said on sundays extraordinary to me remember the forced technology transfer of our intellectual property from our tech community is the number one central issue where they're stealing our innovation and we're gonna take hardliner that so i think there's a lot to come in this trait situation that was former white house advisor steve bannon speaking with bloomberg's stephanie baker coming up semen ceo joe cancer explains why he's so focused on cybersecurity you can see all the bloomberg best stories at best go this is bloomberg what's the most important time is running out in just over twenty years it is estimated that particular giraffe numbers have fallen from thirty six thousand to less than nine thousand.

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"joe cancer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"joe cancer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"In less than five or six months has put a lie to that we have tremendous operating leverage and we still have time before china twenty twentyfive comes into comes into being to actually combat this and if we don't do it now we will pay a huge price and i don't care if the stock market goes up for a couple of days that's not relevant but the financial community thinks about this right now is all shortterm okay they think about the shortterm in secretary mnuchin who i consider a friend and he's a great guy made a comment is is dead wrong he said quote the trade war is on hold right now well china has put it on hold china is still an economic warfare with us and still in a train worth us we have unilaterally put it on hold what lighthizer set on sunday it's extraordinary to me remember the force technology transfer of our intellectual property from our tech community is the number one central issue where they're stealing our innovation and we're gonna take a hard line on that so i think there's a lot to come in this trait situation that was former white house advisor steve bannon speaking with bloomberg's steph baker coming up semen ceo joe cancer explains why he's so focused on cybersecurity you can see all the bloomberg best stories at best go this is bloomberg you can hit refresh to save a soldiers say what is it i think we should see other people are you breaking up with me on a roller coaster maybe we should an emotional roller coaster surprising what's not surprising how much you could save by switching to geico geico fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more the world is ever changing and what was smart ten years ago may not be today so smart needs to be.

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"joe cancer" Discussed on Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank

Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"joe cancer" Discussed on Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank

"While we did the ps ninety nine what what what are less than a cancer when we we did did it it joe louis joe cancers like basement yell fitzsimmons louis yeah and i do that should all the time where it's like i cancel something and it's like i can't look a usual at that moment i have good reason why but i always all that negative hang over that i want to get rid of it's like half the battle is just showing up and i shall i don't work it out where it's like i wanna do you do it and you're like oh actually of yet way glad i did that yeah so that those are my specific goals and the resolution is that okay yeah that's pretty cool yeah tried to stick to it yeah the twenty thousand dollars while twenty thousand in her colleague how are you gonna put you're going to do a month by month what are going to do without that's my plan that i have a specific plan to break down whatever month money i make that month and put a certain percentage of it twenty thousand dollars earned thirty and with with fuck ages the manager 35 jesus i'm sorry i can hyperventilating when i think about like caring for children as i know nuts on a my goal is to put twenty thousand a year in there for her because i have five twenty nine plan which means i put all that money and taxfree for she goes to college she gets it in use that's our fine if she gets are scholarships for taxfree if she gets a scholarship should scholarship she gets that money in full taxfree if she does not go to school and does not receive a scholarship at twenty one i have to pay taxes on the money on gambling on my child dole in a college going it does have the graduated just go just says to go if you like bitch you better fucking gets a college out naso community college which go beyond like an xray to give asia.

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"joe cancer" Discussed on College Football Live

College Football Live

01:33 min | 4 years ago

"joe cancer" Discussed on College Football Live

"Our special guest please now get on that matter if the rat pack had a play by play guy an ally of that host it'd be brent musburger i got by left leftback i'll devils sweet probably just pocketed some money for the sean trueblue one reason why this new movie was at your bob paul scorching gold is mile at of the week not getting very good reviews he's right about that dodgeball about last the nfl i ever skills challenge the market vent dodgeball take his area vince voller benz dealer with their lives you're the talented valuator who is your first pick be on the college football dodgeball team i'm gonna go with my steve the pirate ben boulware ben boulware as my guy because he knows the five critical points of dodgeball dodge did dive dodge duct dip dive that's it stuck the leading to end and i just want to have one special request before we go up here can we possibly have joe cancer tourist question to her remains la still going on the program foresee only twenty two minutes so wouldn't be enough to get your book of world record called he said it wanted.

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