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"liver cancer" Discussed on WJR 760
"Low birth weight, Children and low birth where Children tend to be less healthy initially and even long term, so those findings came out fairly early. Mohr and Mohr and diabetes was linked fairly early, but we didn't really realize how strongly linked they were until more and more research has been done. The studies about liver cancer. Well, that's more recent Alzheimer's disease that that link and maybe causative factor, much more recent liver cancer much more recent, and they're finding new things. Every day. Rheumatoid arthritis is now associated with Perry Donald Disease, I can think of almost no part of your body, almost no organ, almost no systemic disease. Cancer. Cardiovascular disease. Every part of your body in my opinion is affected in a negative way. If you have infection in your mouth because it ain't just in your mouth. No, it goes throughout your body and affects everything. So I mean, what I'm hearing here is that everybody should actually be going to see a periodontist and to be tested because you have nothing to lose and everything to gain. Unfortunately, most period artists Ah, that I know of. Do not actually take a sample from under the gum and look at it under a microscope. I know many who do very, very close friend of mine in Florida those the same thing, and I know a few others. But most of the time that is not on almost every patient. That's come to me who have seen Perry dance before. Say Well, this was never done to me before there was a period honest, who retired not too long ago and I have a number of his patients and they were long term patients, and they were very satisfied. But the patient yesterday yesterday said to me the best thing that ever happened to me, Woz when blank, blank retired, and I came to your office because there were all kinds of things going on that I had never really received attention, Unfortunately and I think it's very important, very important to see if the disease really exists and to take a sample or a slide to show the organisms that are associated with it and let the patient see it and that, for the most part is rarely done whether you're in a general dental office and even a period on office. Well, that's good news for us that you have that capability and that you're doing it because Florida's too far away to go into the other period under so your year. Andi, you're you're doing these tests. We want to also Talk about what the treatment is on DH how you then start treating the patient that you've identified these micro organisms in their mouth. I want to talk a lot about the treatment because a lot of people are afraid to go to the dentist. They just have an innate fear of that while a patient comes to our office by the time they leave Well, they're certainly not afraid of our office anymore, and many of them have lost their fear of dentistry because we make sure what we do is pain free. And those patients are comfortable and I'll talk more about that in just Ah, miniter. Okay, we'll talk about the treatment approaches after the break..
"Let's listen to Amazon, open Darling Darling armistead or teddy as his family Tell me about the time because he and mcallen came. I come out. Yeah I did. Say How did that come about? I think Ian had been seriously considering it. All along and wanted a little support in that way and. My. Partner at the time and I were. More than. Willing to. Give him my opinion. You know you were friends prior to that. And he was in the closets publicly. Yes. I mean IAN was. Pretty Open. People. Knew IT professionals but he didn't. He never talked about it. He didn't I see. This subject but they didn't bring it up. And contextual textually than was obviously a big thing, but we'll say. Did sort of them make you an activist Jesus have to then. Every day. No. If someone came out in public life like Oh, that's what the that's often the fear that I'll have to be an activist. Really. But. Sorry. That's what happens. That happened Ellen Degeneres. She said the very same thing. Really. I don't want to be an activist well. Once. You're out and you're and invulnerable to the. Public's opinion you you. You start getting indignant. About the difference in the way you're treated you know. And and Ellen in her own way is a big activist just who she puts on that show Totally. And also. I think there's an. Sort of. There's a benign version of activism which is just being around just being around and being gay and just well I've always been a member of that. Well I think. What you can do is just be ordinary about it in public and that's what I think people always connected with about your stories it was. It was it was gay straight everybody all mixed in. Yeah. Yeah and I think that's why find interesting is people. What's gay life like? Mostly straight people. Can in my way. Yeah. Yeah. That's been really my. Called arms all along, just be yourself. And get on with it. That's all I've done. Really I don't I don't consider myself an activist in the sense that I've taken to the streets a lot. That's really interesting. Yeah. but I think what I've done. This insisted on the. By visibility. And the early days when I did press I'd be. Off Rambo with a reporter and Telling some queer story and they'd say, of course, I won't put him really that they were censoring me on the spot and and I said, no, I said that to you because I want you to put it in I want you to say that one thing that I remember. Was You said publicly about rock Hudson. And the he was gay. And That caused A. It, but you felt among people. Yeah. Usually had to be set question it had to be said. First of all, he was clearly a man with AIDS and it wasn't going to be around very long and I wasn't going to keep silent about. How he got that. because I had lost so many friends myself very brave people who've been openly gay and dealing with the prejudice. Most of all. I knew that the world would be kindly or to rock if somebody spoke intelligently about what sort of man he was and honestly they were lying brost hunter, his producer was lying and talking about a watermelon diets and things. And the liver cancer liver cancer just ridiculous panicked responses. And I. I didn't I couldn't take it. And Rock ended up sending his biographer to meet me he said you're the first person I should talk to so. I realized that he understood what I had done. Why done it but a lot of queers didn't really. Thought it was a betrayal because they were still that code of secrecy you must. You must not spell the spill the secret you know if you're lucky enough to know a movie star and you're supposed to keep quiet about it. And I didn't sign on for that. Did, you talk to him about it ever? Before thing you know I I yeah. I did when we first met I, said, you know. If you told your story would make a huge difference in the world and and. He was kind of fascinated by the idea really but his partner. Tom Clark. Said not until my mother. Dies. and. All I could think of was if I was fucking rock, Hudson. Which I tried briefly. I would be happy to tell my mother about it. and. She would probably be happy for me. See Me over the move.
Supreme Court Justice Ginsburg says she is being treated for cancer again
"Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg says she's being treated for liver cancer, but says she's going full steam in her work on the high court While she undergoes chemotherapy. Ginsberg had a number of health problems. She's 87 years
Ruth Bader Ginsburg is being treated for cancer recurrence
"A developing story if this our Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg again battling cancer Supreme Court Justice Ruth Vader Ginsburg announcing in a statement that she is being treated for a recurrence of liver cancer, but says she remains able to do her work on the Supreme Court. In her statement, Ginsberg said she began chemotherapy in mid May. After doctors discovered lesions on her liver. A subsequent scan on July 7th indicated significant reduction of the lesions and no new disease. She said She is tolerating chemotherapy well and is encouraged by the success of her current treatment. Ginsberg, who had 87 is the court's oldest member, has battled cancer four times.
Ruth Bader Ginsburg announces cancer recurrence, will remain on the Supreme Court
"This afternoon health setback for the Supreme Court's oldest Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, saying today that she has a recurrence of liver cancer, but has responded well to treatment. It has no plans to retire from the nation's highest court more details from CBS's Lisa Matteo after being released from a Baltimore hospital, Supreme Court associate, Ruth Bader Ginsburg is setting the record straight about her treatment. In a statement, the court's oldest justice explains at her recent hospitalization to remove gall stones and treated infection were not related to a recurrence of her cancer. She went on to say that the chemotherapy to treat lesions on her liver are showing positive results. The four time cancer survivor will continue with bi weekly treatment and says Is fully capable of keeping up with her court work Well, Ginsberg is saying she is making the announcement now because she's confident in the course of her treatment at
Boston: Convicted Rapist Ben LaGuer Back In Prison For Parole Violations Less Than Month After Release
"Benjamin the care has been sent back to prison if convicted rapists from Massachusetts back in prison for violating his parole he was given a medical release last month he is suffering from liver cancer he was convicted in the nineteen eighties for raping his neighbour in Leominster it's not clear what the exact violation of his parole was he had been released on conditions including a curfew and electronic monitoring legare has long maintained his innocence in that
The Life of Audre Lorde born - Feb. 18, 1934
"Day was February. Eighteenth nineteen thirty four writer and Activists Audrey Lord with born Lawrence was born and raised in Harlem. Her father was from Barbados and her mother was Grenadian. Her father was a real estate broker and was able to put Audrey and her sisters and Catholic school. She loves to read from an early age and she was particularly connected to poetry. She began writing her own poetry during her childhood and she published her first poem in Seventeen magazine while she was in high school. Lord graduated from Hunter High School in Nineteen fifty one after working and traveling around North America for a while she went back to New York to get her bachelors degree from Hunter College in Nineteen Sixty one. She got a master's degree in library. Science from Columbia University. At that point Lord began working as a librarian. She married an attorney in nineteen sixty two and had two children with him. Though the couple later got divorced Lord was still passionate about poetry and she gave readings published more perverse her first volume of poetry. The first cities was published in nineteen sixty eight that same year. She left her job as a librarian at town school library and taught a poetry workshop at to Glue College in Mississippi and her poetry Lord touched on social issues like race class gender. She related her personal experiences to broader societal concerns and she also spoke out on matters like sexuality some of her early collections of poetry include cables to rage published in one thousand nine seventy and from a land where other people live life published in nineteen seventy two the latter explored themes of identity and global issues and it was nominated for a national book award by the Mid Nineteen Seventy S. Lord was a critical voice in the rams of poetry activism feminism and Black Arts. Her writing became more political and in one thousand nine hundred ninety six coal. Her first collection released by a major publisher came out two years later her collection the Black Unicorn it was released Lord also wrote prose one of her most notable nonfiction works. Is the cancer journals. Published in nineteen eighty. She was diagnosed with breast cancer in the late. Nineteen Seventies in the book Lord documented. How it felt to deal with illness. She went on to help launch the publishing house kitchen table. Women of Color Press with a writer activist Barbara Smith and she helped establish a political committee called Sisterhood in support of sisters in South Africa which she remained active with until the end of her life. She wrote essays for left wing and black publications and she wrote the acclaimed novel. Zami a new spelling of my name. Laura continued to struggle with cancer for the rest of her life. Her Essay Collection a burst of light addresses cancer race. Parenthood and other topics related to her personal life and the world at large she went through experimental treatments in Europe and in her later years she lived in the US Virgin Islands. She continued to teach write and lecture on social and political issues until she died of liver cancer in November of Nineteen ninety-two.
Fewer deaths from cancer, more from alcohol
"You might want to slow down on your drinking health officials are warning that nearly one hundred years after prohibition the nation is consuming too much alcohol enamored of the does that sound of wine glasses clinking federal health statistics show consumption of alcohol is up and a new study finds that the number of alcohol related deaths has doubled since nineteen ninety nine excessive drinking is associated with everything from liver cancer to high blood pressure to heart disease binge drinking is way up among women and the highest alcohol related death rates for females are among those aged fifty five to seventy four Allison Keyes
Healthcare: How Do We Fix It?
"On today show where tackling the big mess that is the US healthcare system. In case you haven't heard politicians have got it EMEC crosshairs. This is a broken system and we must fixit. The current health care system is not only cruel. It is dysfunction make American healthcare great again is pouring money into healthcare and yet more than a third one in three Americans either have no the health insurance all insurance that comes with big medical bills that they can't afford politicians and activists saying this is not good enough. They will just want a chance to get their healthcare without doing broke America. We're focused on because they gotta rest. They're ah one of the big ideas to fix. This is Medicare for all. I wrote the bill. That's right but everyone on the same government plan kind of like what they do in Canada the UK it's one Medicare to rule them all and some police say it's my precious that is it'll fix all our healthcare problems. All out of pocket expenses are gone Medicare for all. Is the gold standard but others say. Wait a SEC. This shall not pass one medicare for all. It's dangerous for the millions of Americans who have good in health insurance. This new thing will be was gonna take away the right of people to choose they wanNA take it away. Give you lousy healthcare. It's pretty incredible and conservative outlet. Skeptical to this thing. Look what's happening in other countries. That do this kind of thing like the UK or Canada. You Want Health Gatt Eh. That waited in the hallways waiting for a kidney transplant. So I want the millennials who think that they love socialism so much to look at what's going on in the UK and see either a future said today on the show The millennials who love socialism so much deluded if they would just put down not talking that Avocado Toast for one second and look around and the healthcare in the UK. What would they say we're going to get past the stump speeches isn't talking heads and look at the data to find out who is to blame for the broken healthcare system in the US? And how do we fix it. He's Medicare for all all the best way to go. Because when it comes to health cam there's lots of O'Neill's who think that. They love socialism so much but then does science. Science says healthcare is coming up after the break. Welcome back. Today we're asking is Medicare for all the dream that will solve America's healthcare woes currently the US spends three point six trillion dollars lives on healthcare trillions with a T. It's about eighteen percent of genie pay. It's huge and when you compare it to other wealthy countries the US is about twice as much per person so tons of money is being poured into the system that doesn't manage to cover everyone. They fix it. The first thing we want to do is to take a close. Look at that big pile of money. Where is it going is very very very clear that we're overpaying states dramatically? That's Professor Harold Pollack Healthcare expert at the University of Chicago and he says Al Price Tags for basically basically everything just too high. That's true for hospital. Care for Pharmaceuticals is true for pretty much everything so for example the exact same in cholesterol lowering drug exact same cost sixty six stole is more in the US per month than in France an MRI. On average costs. Three hundred Dole is more in the US compared to the UK pacemakers cost thousands of dollars more in the US compared to Germany over and over again academics found that things are just more expensive in the US. A famous economist. Ost Why is health care is so expensive in the US. He's ANSA quite. It's the prices stupid okay. So why is America getting shafted on prices. Well if you've got off tic TAC and started reading the economist instead you would know of a little thing called the free market to be more specific in the US. We've got the manufacturers like drug companies. The service providers like doctors and hospitals and the insurance companies are in the middle. The insurance companies negotiate the other to the hospitals and the doctors does that the prices that they're willing to pay and he is. What's been happening? Say Your an insurance company about to go into a pricing battle with the hospital. So you imagine that that I'm Bluecross Blueshield of someplace and I go to the fancy fancy hospital you walk up to that really Nice hospital cutting edge treatment amazing doctors beautiful lobby and you start you negotiation so you ask. How much is your liver? Cancer Treatment Hospital tells you it's seventy two thousand dollars and you say she. You know your Liberte heard cancer. Treatment seems awfully expensive. And you know we really WANNA pay Less the hospital can say back. Well I'm sorry. Seventy two thousand thousands dollars is our price. If if you don't WanNa pay that's fine you can explain to your members that they can go down to the county hospital and get liver cancer care. They'll be a lot cheaper MHM and is very very hard for the private insurers to say okay you know well We're GONNA Walk Away Insurance Company. He isn't a bit of a bind. Either they suck it up and pay the high prices or risk losing business because their plans. Don't cover this treatment and the hospitals can afford to negotiate this way because they are fast becoming the only game in town he's over the last few decades lodge hospitals have been merging. They've been gobbling up mom and pop private practices as well as the hospitals and that means in many places hospitals have become a kind of monopoly monopoly according to a survey from two thousand sixteen more than one hundred million people in the US living places with quote moderate to highly concentrated hospital title markets and that is giving these hospitals a disturbing amount of market power and that allows them to charge awfully high prices. Some of them are essentially the size of a fortune and five hundred company. And we don't think of them as a you know as as a major corporation but in many ways. That's that's what they are and that's the way they behave hospitals already. Eddie tend to be more expensive than private practices and research has found that as hospitals. Gobble up things. They Jack up the prices even more so for example studies. Lisa found that prices generally increase by around ten percent after a merger and hospitals are the only bad guy him if insurance companies do get had a bad deal. Studies have found. They don't suck it up. They often passed the box along to their customers and there are other players to mechanic getting gouged left left right and center. Drug Company Manufacturers Doctors. Everybody who sells a BANDAID so they're many villains to this piece in terms of why the costs Kassir so high and they ease one more villain. That's worth talking about. He and that villain paperwork a big chunk of that not all that but a big chunk of that is stupid annoying stuff that is very wasteful with all these different groups. Haggling with each other and haggling with you. It's a lot of time time and money and dumb lettuce promising to explain your benefits and a study from last year found that all of that crap really adds adds up to more than two hundred billion dollars. That's right eight percent of what we spend on. Healthcare is spent on administration. That is way more than other wealthy countries. Okay so now. We know why. America's health care is so expensive time to talk about how to except and this some politicians say is where Medicare for all comes in when it comes to solving the cost most problem. He's one way that Medicare for all could fix it. If you want to take power away from hospitals and pharmaceutical companies to set the prices you could replace all these insurance companies with one big bat us a government health plan Imagine that scenario you heard before fancy hospital says okay Buck Ru. It's seventy two thousand dollars for liver. Cancer Treatment is hey we you pay fifty. That's what we pay. And that's a fundamentally different position and so you're using the leverage the the tremendous Indus marketing power on the demand side of the federal government all the millions and millions of people. That would be in one plan to really
"liver cancer" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Her breast and remember when I came to New York ninety seven percent of the women at the big hospitals the biggest hospitals were having their breast removed. where is in my practice ninety percent of the women were getting treatment and saving their breast no why would it be at the big hospitals ninety seven percent of women who are having their breast removed radical or modified radical mastectomy is where is in my practice ninety percent of the women were keeping the breast slap the women were different the cancer was a different it was the philosophy of the doctor offering patients all the options and not pushing anybody for anything and that's how I believe it should be I think patients should be educated informed and told about all the options. options that we do an option so we don't do in a fair and balanced way and this is what we do for every patient so for this woman knows her under some two cancers two separate cancers of breast cancer in her treat all news radio surgery cancer free years later and her son in remission from prostate cancer and is in tact. he's intact sexual life works is your inner life force and he's happy to a mother and son two members of the family in remission doing well with treatment here at thirteen eighty four Broadway. where we see thousands of patients literally thousands of patients from all over the world with common cancers and rare cancers primary cancers and metastatic cancers. this is the work that we do I don't have a menace fifty three years old tease was born in New York state pretty now resides in the Baltimore Errol Maryland area he's fifty three years old he's tourney's emeritus five children. has three kids in college and he was fine he was having kidney stones and blood in the year and it was of seed by urologist and then over the years he had blood in the stool is from the have a pilot for the one who's worked up use from the have a liver cancer totally unrelated to symptoms of the add on related to the kidney issues on the blood he had a kidney care liver cancer small cell liver cancer and has worked up one of the biggest hospitals in America and also an adjacent hospital all in the Maryland area. and with the from the small cell cancer of the liver of the stage them up they found this cancer and they started among chemotherapy restarted chemotherapy the game carboplatin the top aside cisplatin them every real therapy and well once he started giving chemotherapy had one shot of chemotherapy. and his liver started failing of the cancer camp on growing now this is a cancer small so cancels usually very very sensitive to chemotherapy he was seen as biggest hospitals in America in one shot of chemo is a fifty three year old man he's got three children in the college she desperately wants to live I met with him I met with his wife he said from the chemo and from the disease of blood loss diarrhea and this is very very weak is swelling of his legs. in the exam and then my front a massive swelling of his cancer all from this small cell cancer of the liver and we have experience over decades treating cancers of liver both primary cancers as rose metastatic cancers and this is the work we do we offer to all the options to try to get this cancer resolved he is so. much wanting to live and be successfully treated and they had chemo just to work and this is a disease that we commonly treated often have excellent results were first in America with liver radiosurgery research is non invasive treatment pinpoint non invasive treatment with invisible beams from thousands of goes to attack cancers most anywhere in the body was of the head or the face or throat or the longs for the breast or pancreas or liver bladder prostate this is the work we do every day at thirteen eighty four Broadway even if the persons of the biggest places in America even if their treatment failed even if they have no more ideas and even if they sent him home to die in this all happened to this man he's here because he wants to live and get better this is the work that we do every day at thirteen eighty four Broadway sector leader mullah from more information because even now call us at two one two choices our phone number is two one two two four six forty two thirty seven two one two two four six forty two thirty seven but if such a leader.
13-year-old girl with cancer mandated to have surgery over mom's objections
"First of all in Oregon a thirteen year old girl but the rare type of cancer rare liver cancer has been ordered by a court to have surgery and other medical treatments despite objections from the girl's mother why is the mother objecting isn't over religious reasons no he just doesn't want her daughter to have the surgery well she the daughter Kylie Dixon had to six months of chemotherapy and it didn't help animator sick and all that and her mom wants to avoid the and avoid her suffering so she's the border on a regimen of C. B. D. oil and vitamins and Clackamas county juvenile court has said that nope we're gonna take over here they ordered a pick up order meaning to do well place the child in custody a highly they say that the mother isn't isn't isn't collecting yeah our child and creates a risk of harm to her at what point is it the family's decision to decide what to do and when at what point does the state said you know what I mean you know what I mean yeah yeah like an adult I mean that at some point if the treatment isn't working you make a decision not to treat any there are a lot of adults who get cancer and after trying various treatments or something they said that's it I'm done I'm not gonna write just just let it run its course and do
Obesity tops smoking as main cause of cancers
"A new study out of the U. K. shows a B. city causes more cases of cancer than smoking we go live to Vicki Barker in London as in the U. S. obesity rates are rising while smoking rates are falling result battle kidney ovarian and liver cancers here are more likely to have been caused by being overweight than by smoking tobacco arena where of smoking being a cause of cancer but very few people were aware of the risk between the city and county salicin **** of cancer research UK says the answer is not fat shaming the overweight but restricting junk food ads and slapping taxes on sugary and high
"liver cancer" Discussed on Chrisley Confessions
"It's helped me a great deal and love tuning in. You know, laughing sometimes cry. Buying sometimes, you know. Healing all sorts of emotions. But I want to say thank you for you know, using the platform that you guys have you know, in a positive way. My question is fourteen year old brother, and you know, his father is an attic, he did leave my mom about four or five years ago. You know, he left and he never turned back. He never called you never checked on my brother, you know. So he's been gone since my brother was about nine or ten. We recently found out that his dad was diagnosed with stage one liver cancer. We're kind of at a moment where you know. We're we're really torn. We don't know if to tell him that his dad has cancer. We don't know if we shouldn't tell him because you know, he's a really good kid. You know, he does well in school. But you know, what I'm just afraid of if we keep it from him if he can resent us for it, you know. But if we do tell him is he gonna you know, they can affect him in a way where it's going to completely change his life in a bad way. You know is he going to rebel just so many questions so many things that the air, and I just feel like he's at such a who chal age way. We don't want to hurt him. I really really appreciate everything that you guys are doing and just wanted to say, thanks. How did she say? Her brother is fourteen. Thank you know, this is kind of one of those questions that is their right or wrong answer. I mean, you know, fourteen for for a boy is a very, you know, pivotal age and the father's not in their life. But, you know, the parent side of may says, you know, the dad walked away all these years ago when he's never looked back. Don't screw this kid's life by giving him a burden to carry that. He shouldn't have to carry. Then the parent side of may who has got adult children looks at it and says, okay. But would my brother or my child resent the fact that I didn't tell him and he could have reached out to his dad and tried to say whatever he wanted to say. And now you've taken that opportunity away from him in the future if something goes wrong, and you're you lose your dad. So God, I don't know, Monaco. I think this is a hard one. I really do. And. I think it's every child is different. So thank you need to. I don't know. I'm really thinking to gauge your brothers, maturity and know where he is emotionally, and psychologically, and then, you know, listen, I'm going to err on the side of caution say the truth is always the best absolately and just go ahead and sit down with him and say, listen, we just found this out. Do you want to reach out to him? How do you want to handle it at that truth is the best? I mean, I don't wanna live with the fear of law and it coming back on me later on so Monica. I'm going to have to tell you, you know, find out where your brother is and how well he's doing with himself. And then use that to kind of be your gauges to how much you share with him. And let him know let your brother know, there's no right or wrong. There's no pressure. Whatever you feel is right for you is. And that's what he needs to do. You know? I don't think I don't think he pressuring him into. Okay, don't reach out to him because he did this this and this or you have to reach out to him because he's your dad, I think you present him with the truth like Todd said, and then you let him make that decision. Okay. So if you listened to the podcast last week, which I know you all did you were able to hear Brandon Janus from faith box. It was so inspiring to hear the things that he and Todd had to say so with that I wanna talk to you about faith box. We all know the little encouragement and support can go a long way in growing your fate. That's why I'm so glad that I discovered faith box. It's an amazing subscription box service that inspires daily..
New Study Finds Coffee May Inhibit Drug-Resistant Prostate Cancer
"Out that coffee could help you fight off prostate cancer. Yes. Researchers civilized sweet stuff right now. Researchers in Japan tested, two compounds commonly found in coffee beans on drug resistant cancer cells and found that they can slow or even stop prostate cancer growth. Of course, it causes liver cancer, they say whenever her heart disease, something Alzheimer's, they say that the compound so far I've only been tested on mice. And they're still not totally sure. Whether that have the same effect on
New Study Finds Coffee May Inhibit Drug-Resistant Prostate Cancer
"Out that coffee could help you fight off prostate cancer. Yes. Researchers civilized sweet stuff right now. Researchers in Japan tested, two compounds commonly found in coffee beans on drug resistant cancer cells and found that they can slow or even stop prostate cancer. Grow course, it causes liver cancer, they say whenever her heart disease, something Alzheimer's, they say that the compound so far I've only been tested on mice. And they're still not totally sure. Whether that have the same effect on humans for sure do enjoy.
Aflatoxins in Nuts: Danger or Hype?
"Due to their relatively high fat content. But these aren't just empty calories along with those healthy unsaturated fats. You're also getting fiber and protein which help keep you from getting hungry. And that could be why dieters who include nuts in their meal. Plans lose more weight and report feeling less hungry, and in general people who eat nuts on a regular basis are more likely to maintain a healthy weight. Despite those calories nuts are also rich in vitamin E, which is good for your skin heart and brain, they contain Fido stairwells natural plant compounds that help to regulate your cholesterol levels and regular consumption is linked with reduced risk of heart disease and other diseases. So far, the news is all good. But several of you have written to ask me about aspergillus or aflatoxin in nuts. And whether this is something that we need to worry about I can tell you that some of the. Scariest things you may have encountered on the internet are probably exaggerated or taken out of context. Nonetheless. These are not imaginary concerns first, let's take a minute to understand exactly what these compounds are. And we're we're likely to encounter them aspergillus is a type of fungus that's found in the soil, and it can cause disease in certain food crops, especially leg. You gms. Grains and tree nuts. An aspergillus infection can weaken the plants enough that it reduces crop yield. And that's obviously a concern for the farmers. But even when crop yields are affected, only minimally the aspergillus fungus continues to be a problem after the crops are harvested, it can cause grains or nuts to rot in storage leading to more losses for farmers or distributors. But the main concern in terms of human health is that aspergillus produces potentially harmful compounds called micro-toxins in particular were concerned about a group of micro-toxins called aflatoxin. Zain's? These are known to be carcinogenic chronic aflatoxin exposure can lead to liver damage or liver cancer, especially in individuals with pre existing conditions such as hepatitis b infection breathing in the spores of the aspergillus fungus can also cause lung irritation or damage again, especially in individuals with pre existing lung disease such as to Berkeley losses or COPD. And that's why most developed nations have very stringent monitoring for aspergillus and aflatoxin in foods products that are most likely to be infected such as peanuts or tree nuts are routinely screened, and if those aspergillus are aflatoxin levels are above a certain very low threshold the foods cannot be distributed. Now, this is obviously motivated growers to develop growing and handling practices that reduce the presence of aspergillus aflatoxin in their food and their feed. Crops, and these efforts have been very successful. According to the World, Health Organization, control strategies have mostly eliminated harmful exposures in developed countries. Unfortunately, those living in developing nations may still be exposed to harmful levels of contamination. Especially those in tropical regions where these crops may also serve as dietary staple the WHO says that food insufficiency and a lack of diversity substantially contributes to the susceptibility of individuals and communities to apple toxins, knowing you consider that hepatitis B and Turkey losses are also much more common in developing countries. You can see that apple toxins present a real public health concern in these developing nations, the World Health Organization in the centers for disease control are working hard on a number of initiatives to combat the problem everything. From public information campaigns to developing aspergillus. Resistant strains of these crops to enhanced screening protocols, but the problem is not yet solved before I share some tips on how to protect yourself against this threat word from this week's
"liver cancer" Discussed on Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald
"Veteran in reality worlds. Ben around, you know, him quite polarizing character. Chad Johnson best known from the bachelor, bachelor and paradise. Now ex on the beach London celebrity big brother, I realized that didn't know that because I don't really know. So how are you? I'm good. Thank you for coming. All the way out to Calabasas first of all where are you from? Where are you from from Tulsa, Oklahoma? Okay. Because I'm trying to remember everybody. I do watch the bachelor I've watched it all the time from the beginning. But it's like, I don't remember. Everybody's name. Like, I've had I've had mic violon. And like he'll talk about like sometimes he brings up like some girlfriend. I'm like, I don't they're all the same to me. They're all loop de loop blonde. Curls. They're all assize to they like to spin. They like their Lulu lemons, but their little hard to remember, you know, a little hard to remember. So you okay. So you grew. So you're there how we're and how did you decide to be on the bachelorette because that's where you started right as rested on the bachelorette. Yes. So actually, so my mom was in hospice at the time, you know, she was a battling liver cancer. I guess breast cancer the test is indoor liver. So I was sitting next to her basically all day every day for things like four five months while. She was dealing with that like in the ending stages, and I would stomach computer all day and just hang out with and I saw somebody somebody shared a link that basically said like bachelor interviews or something now just like, okay? And this time you're in Oklahoma with y'all still in Oklahoma, Tulsa, and what was your background? Did you what was your career? Did you go to college? I went to college a little bit. I almost had my associates, but then I was like, you know, what I'm I want to be entrepreneurs I've never gonna and I'd been in the Marine Corps before that. So I went to Marine Corps, marine dad's marine, technically, actually if you go back. So I I moved to LA right after high school model naked for like a year. Okay. And then came back to Oklahoma then went to college for a couple years as planning on being a plastic surgeon. And then I was like screw that. I want to be an entrepreneur. If you're a plastic surgeon gone. But gave that up then decide to be an entrepreneur or wait. So it was LA then marines, then call okay? How did you go from being in LA for a year modeling and acting in pursuing that to saying fuck it I'm gonna enlist in the marine? I just didn't think of like a more different lives appear to time. There's like a nine month period. Year to where I just kind of hung out. But it was like I didn't like the dishing process, and like feeling like I needed in feeling judged by like people, my, you know, around my age is felt weird the worst. Yeah. So all right. I'll go home for a while. I'll make a bunch of money and I'll come back, and then when I got home I was like well shit. I don't know what I'm doing for money. And my mom mentioned something at the time. Like, why don't you just go the marines? And I literally like it was like a commercial. And I was like all right that looks hard like I can do that done everything else. So I just kind of like win in the next day and basically just signed up out of nowhere. How long were you in the marines far in for like four years things did the whole thing? Yeah. And then and then so once you're done with your commitment than you're like goodbye. Yeah. It was just like I don't really like this very much enjoy it. I mean, it's like you make good for nobody enjoys it though. Like, nobody goes to the military, and like man, I had so much fun. Like is so luxurious and amazing. Like, you know, it's just a lot of bullshit, basically. But I mean, and where you over seas and everything now, I nev-. Ended up having to go over lucky there. But just training and all that you have any Marine Corps TAT's. No, never got anything. I never could decide on a tattoo because I knew I got one I would end up with like full body..
"liver cancer" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"We're back at the races. Little past fifteen. Into tuesday. And we'll talk to Jessica MARTINI in a minute. I got a pass onto very sad piece of news that I assume for those of you the follow on Twitter and saw on Saturday late Saturday, Alex wilder and the NTR a team had gotten word. The John Rowe had passed at the age of sixty and last February, and I'm sure we'll pay tribute to him at the NHCD in a few weeks. John's story was unbelievable fighting cancer liver cancer and dealing with. The death of his son. And he put in a brilliant run. Just a brilliant run at the NHCD to make the final table of finishing ninth. And it was so. Inspiring. Talk to him days later, once you know, once you've gotten back to Chicago, and and. Have a chance to you know, kind of absorb in decompress from the NFC experience, and you know, was Arctic forum and and. You know, as he as he said at the time, the biggest thrill of his life other than you know, marriage and his. The birth of his children. Truck driver. And you know, I. I'm just a a. Kind of the kind of person that. Everybody. I imagine. I know that the table that they the guys that were at the table where we're just. Astounded by the his focus and and inner strength to. The need needed the Marshall too. Be successful at the contest. It'll it'll it'll be part of. The NHCD Lor. John. Rowe hearts, go out to the family and. I'm sure they'll be attribute appropriate tribute in Vegas when we got there. I sent the link put the link up we had a forty five minute visit and number of of. People have listened went back and listen to it again. And we're really moved. You will be too. I'll put the link up again. In fact, you know, what we'll probably run maybe run that when we get a chance to it's probably a smart. That I think that that'd be a good move. But people should here again. Will turn our attention to. Some of the results from yesterday and second day is upon us about forty minutes away. They'll start the second session at the Keeneland January sale, and Jessica MARTINI. Gonna join us from their daily news and.
"liver cancer" Discussed on The EVRYMAN Podcast
"Some one day from one day with a skin rash next stated I in the they did blood work in my liver. Enzymes were high ultrasound and found big tumor on my pancreas and throughout my lover. And the initial diagnosis was straight up pancreatic cancer and liver. Cancer would has a life expectancy of about. Six months was a when was this inquiry February twenty eighteen? And I've had tumors found out later because they did on the fourth day Liber biopsy and the tumors are big, and I've had them maybe twenty years what? Yeah. And I should have had symptoms long time ago, but I was doing exercising so much eating. So well, drink nothing is intially that I covered up the symptoms with fitness. Holy shit. Yeah. How about that? Wow. That just blew me away. Twenty years. Yeah. Maybe they there's a girl trait. The tumors that they can measure in its between ten thirteen percent per year. They bigger as it gets, you know, as gross, of course, and. This was undetectable because there was no reason for me to go to Dr zero symptoms. Until february. And then loss way was week also bedrick, and I didn't notice how sick I was because. Comes so slowly. Yeah. And to you know, they gave me a learn how to control my blood sugar and the gave me I ride medicine for energy. And stuff they do for cancer. And. You know, after my first radiation treatment, I like a new person woke up with all the old energy. Really? I didn't. I didn't even know that. I felt that bad. You know, I'll I notice is having trouble climbing amounts that used to be easy. And I've thought, hey, I'm mid forties. Must be getting old. This must be what old feels light in. That's not the case. So yeah. And it was when someone looks at you and says, yeah, we think it's pancreatic pancreatic and liver cancer. It's it's quite the moment. Yeah. If you're willing bring us their let us into that. I think what of active service might be for us to understand how that might feel. The feeling for me was you know. Life has never been easy because was born poor. Not everything's been struggle. You take the wit comes. And I was just there very much there. And. My reaction was. Okay. No. What do I do? Now. The what? This is how much time I have left. What do I do with it? She in that moment, you know, people can get angry or whatever is not fair. Nothing is fair. I just took it and immediately everything becomes magnificent. And the most you know, every minute in the light is absolutely precious. When I got out of the hospital. I didn't expect to be there. So the let me out. Sunday because there aren't doctors around and I walked back to my small -partment, and it was walking through fresh snow vets no flakes. It was. No, one of the most beautiful things receiving. That's how I wreck to it. You know, and notice, you know, I was at peak awareness you notice every leaf you notice every every bird every sound. And the crazy thing was. You know, feel in everyday life people get myopic. Because of the instant sudden insulin. They were giving me for the diabetes. All sudden, I didn't need glasses. Are you serious burst time since I was fifteen. Yeah. My vision was perfect..
"liver cancer" Discussed on The Bio Report
"But it looks like from what we we know so fun certainly the free clinical studies in a mouse model of graft versus host as these that pro one forty LeBron lab dramatically improved the outcome of the animals that had graft versus host as and that's the basis of a face exploded. Phase to study that's currently underway. There are other indicator. Nations for Laurent. One of these, you know, I give lectures to medical students and we talk about the epidemic of liver cancer. That's occurring and Todd of the cause of cancer news is the disease, call Nash. And this is a type of ferry infiltration in the liver, which thin causes destruction liver. It's partly related to diet and the talk of Dodd and the and the amount of calories and fat and the don't Nunnelee sisters, these Nash, predisposed to cancer as a deadly disease. They're on now significant studies demonstrating the importance of five the tiger of filler on Lamar in driving this disease. Nash the last the last interesting funding is that the current term data looking at. The fix of CR five anybody's in patients with HIV suggests that patients who've been treated with these five inhibitors headless osteo Perot service for the more in a mouse model with the CFO was knocked out. There was evidence that CCF why plays a role in the state class and they function which is important in normal burn. I mean stasis so so Denny to answer your question. Yes. There are civil other important diseases beyond cancer, nine clued Nash and osteo Perot Seuss and graft versus host disease, those are some big important markets. Given all the opportunities you have how does a small company prioritize, given its limited.
"liver cancer" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder
"And then when you're getting when you go in for damages, let me just tell me how it works here you you, you establish like, is it? I mean, is it case closed as is at least one part of the case closed on day one where it's like, yeah, there's poison in your pills. That's right. We don't know if one person took this or a million people took it Brett or two million, and we don't know if they took it for one day or they took it for four years. Well, we're pretty confident there are about one point, five million people who are taking this pill for years. And so we, we've already established that that have taken contaminated India may. We feel pretty confident in that the next part of it is what does India may costs? And so what we've looked at, we've done a deep dive in animal studies and also there are some some other studies where people are exposed to Indiana, and we believe that the strongest cases are. If you've got liver cancer, if you got colorectal cancer or if you got stomach cancer after ingesting this may for a few years, you probably have a good case that India may caused your cancer k. so most of the work that you're doing is going to be epidemiological trying to establish just how big the damages are not whether or not there's a claim for damages. That's right. Okay. And this is also one of those scenarios. We don't know yet whether or not this is purely increased risk. So we basically there are many other things that can cause cancer. So there's this background rate, so we're not going to know whether or not this early in the litigation, whether this is an increased risk kind of k. so you took the India may give you a fifty percent extra chance of getting cancer, or if we can actually see something in the cellular process itself, you know, like Indiana in the cell and then be pretty clear that it's the way so. Do things one do you is part of the damage is a function of like you need to in the future. Change your policy procedures to x. y. z. as either a. Stopgap to what obviously was a potential failure to execute or as a better plan because your plan, even though it was well executed didn't didn't work. Well, we actually think the Chinese manufacturers is very culpable. In this case, I think it's from some of the early returns that we've seen documents can't talk about him yet, but I believe that the Chinese manufacturers vary culpable. I wouldn't be surprised that they knew about this problem as far back as two thousand sixteen and buried the results. Okay. So the Chinese manufacturer berries the results, but then down the rot line, they're supposedly other mechanisms that the people who are putting these pills for other should have caught that. That's right. What kind of safeguards comes from? Does the manufacturer just develop them on their own, or can that be something that's part of the damage? Well, the FDA has given them guidance as to the types of impurities testings they're supposed to do. But again, this is a strict liability. You put cancer in your pill, right? You're liable for it. I'm just interested on the other end of this. That's right. I'll be so a lot of people are going to get a lot of money because of they may either have like a ticking time bomb in terms of cancer, or they've already may have cancer right function of this. But for the next manufacturer of the next pill. What safeguards have been put in place that have increased or decreased likelihood something like this could happen. The FDA has all along given guidance for how you're supposed to test impurities in these pills. And they did come up with an update in March two thousand eighteen that had that been followed. We feel fairly come, very confident that it would have been detected in March of twenty eighteen. But we also think that if you'd followed the guidance that the FDA gave earlier than that, it would have been detected. We also believe that we have some information that some of the US manufacturers or at least one of them had detected this impurity early on these. But we're still trying to confirm that information and do those entities that knew about like is there are damages against them?.
"liver cancer" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Nine ninety nine each valid July, twenty ninth or September third 353 on canines people. Who say they were sick and by, popular weed killer chemical have scored a. Major victory in court a San Francisco jury has, awarded more, than two hundred eighty five million dollars to a bay area. Groundskeeper who suffers from non Hodgkin's lymphoma siding with his claim that. The cancer was. Caused by his exposure to. Roundup. It's a ruling, they could have a major impact on. The products manufacturer Monsanto, thank you continue to do. That Plaintiff's attorney Robert F Kennedy Jr. tells KNX respected, health organizations have concluded that roundup is a carcinogen and carries other major health risks also. Has to worry about this show that it causes liver cancer non alcoholic fatty liver cancer including Monsanto says it will appeal the ruling. Saying more than eight hundred scientific studies have concluded that roundup does not cause cancer Brian paying KNX ten seventy, NewsRadio metro wants to get more information about a proposed aerial tram to Dodger Stadium company funded by former dodgers owner Frank McCord pitch the idea, earlier this year metro spokeswoman Pauleta Tony. LA's tells k. Next the concept has been kicked around before an idea that actually was considered some years ago and then it never really came, to fruition so I think now is a great time as we look, to expand mobility. And improve transportation across LA county that this would potentially be. Another way for people to easily Inconveniently get between. Union Station in Dodger Stadium project would cost about one hundred twenty five. Million dollars you could soon be your car key this is Jeff Gilbert with, the court, chronicles cut Nedal, showing off a, concept vehicle that can open or start the car by recognizing your eyes fingerprint or voice president holds us button. And you say my voice is very special and unique to help the vehicle learn our voice but after it did it worked concept now says, engineer Alexander stay but the systems are very much in development different metrics have different levels. Of maturity the camera best buy metrics are more in a research phase right now the worst by metrics say are the closest to. Production because they don't require any new hardware it's just a microphone and the biometrics as they're called add extra, security and also convenience with the.
More Americans are dying from cirrhosis, a liver disease, likely due to excessive drinking, a study says
"So, you, know We've been spending a. Lot, of issues when it comes to liver disease And liver disease is on the rise as is with everything else And one of the latest headlines you're going to see Is that we are seeing more, and more young people die of alcohol related liver disease Now liver disease is usually something has an, older person I, mean maybe rarely, we'll see somebody. Young drinks themselves, to death, or hepatitis but you know usually liver diseases, something long standing and. You know I mean we wouldn't see it usually before middle age unless it's something rare now we're seeing it on the rise And it has been, suggested that new young. Adults are actually drinking themselves to death The only state in which we are not seeing a rise in deaths is Maryland So the data, published in, the journal b. m. j. Desam from cirrhosis which are the late stages delivered damage jumped by sixty five percent between the years nineteen ninety nine to two thousand sixteen that the biggest group of people. That we saw this happen to we're millennials twenty five to thirty four year olds Although I can't call the millennials there may be millennials now but they were back in the late nineties okay Thousand sixteen eleven thousand. Seventy three people died due to liver cancer that was double the. Number of deaths back in, nineteen ninety nine now psoriasis we've. Talked about psoriasis is a, scarring of the liver your liver is real. Sturdy Okay and you figure. This out after your first I don't know raider cuddle party. Three. Kalat you feel like crap the next day And then you feel like yourself And you're sitting there biology class and you're. Hearing, that? The liver regenerates itself oh really Like, wolverine I could get stabbed and, then I he'll all up and maybe I'll get a, little scar but nobody knows the scar And parties next weekend We can have that You get sick maybe. Take some Tylenol long I'll. Do it too much Let my liver. Recoup I'm good some of it we've enjoyed liver talks I don't know you, come up with something where you, drink, some lemon juice. Or you fast or you. Have some apple, cider vinegar and you will. I cleaned out my liver Cleaned out your liver Until your liver enzymes start, rising, when, your. Thirties twenties thirties forties, we do an ultrasound, we see. Fatty liver fatty deposits your fat starts to deposit around the liberal when it, wants to protect it Liver's kind of important because the detox is your blood And then as you'll ever gets damaged won't get scar tissue So yes your liver, can regenerate new cells But it may not regenerate it The more scar tissue you have Now. What causes the roses fatty liver so fat hepatitis c. Alcohol Too much, Tylenol And they think that a big problem with these young ones Our. Shots let's do some shots shots are so bad so dangerous I. Gotta tell you those. Were the biggest mistakes I ever did. Let's just some shots. See you call, up to the bar see as a bartender I loved it It, was great. I didn't have to mix drink I ll as a bartender you. Love giving shots you. Could make a best you see when. You do a food. Drink as bartender Dachary or whatever it can't spill all over you know you. Can't have the strawberry ice sore she, goes off the side, you gotta grab a rag, you gotta clean it, you gotta put a. Little cherry on their, the umbrella? Or the pineapple it's. Gotta be a nice clean drink but when it shots you grab the shot glasses you line a. Mob you pour. It out if there's some spill. Who cares everybody takes their, shot you do the. Wipe down and they swam. That glass on the table and you smile at them This will be used. To add smile at, them like? Good job good job. With that look in my eyes you're not supposed to was a bartender. Suggest they do it again But you have. An invitation through your eyes or thrill goodwill that's good isn't it So that they. Want to..
Liver Cancer Death Rates Rise As Overall Cancer Death Rates Fall in the US
"On the rise up forty three percent from two thousand to two thousand sixteen unlike the, war on other cancers where progress. Has been steady cancer specialists say liver cancer has been stubborn people are getting the disease at about. The same, rate and it's still hard to detect and treat researchers. Say obesity plays a role in the development of liver cancer they also say the disease becomes more common in people over seventy five because of the long term effects of. Liver inflammation for, more health. News go to, foxnewshealth dot. Com HouseCall for health I'm joy Piazza Fox News Weekdays at three pm the Savage Nation only. On the, talk of Connecticut you have the nerve slapping Maxine to..
Dr Terry Simpson, Jamie West and KTAR discussed on Arizona's Morning News
"On Arizona's news station KTAR news now twenty three. Eighty four. Degrees in timpee good morning I'm Jamie west disturbing numbers from a new study that finds the death rate for liver cancer increased by forty three percent between two thousand and two thousand sixteen the death rates for other cancers. Have gone down KTAR Dr Terry Simpson says it could. Be due, to lifestyle choices alcohol, consumption hepatitis b and c the major treatments for liver cancer now, are surgery including liver transplantation but we.
Alcohol-related liver deaths have increased sharply
"Arizona's news station KTAR news now five twenty three eighty. Two degrees, in paradise valley. Good morning I'm Jamie west the death rate for liver cancer has climbed forty three percent between two thousand. And 2016 KTAR medical, expert Dr Terry Simpson says it's not that the. Disease has become more deadly the incidence of liver cancer itself has increased liver cancer doesn't have many good therapeutic options to treat it at often. It is found fairly late Simpson's has some causes of liver cancer can be lifestyle related including. Alcohol consumption or hepatitis b and c, as far, as treatment goes he says liver transplants. Are the most effective fish apparently it's what. Should be for dinner tonight the risk of death fell sharply among a group of more than four hundred thousand men and women surveyed for sixteen years who ate lots, of fish high in omega Three, fatty acid the researchers in the study published by the journal of internal medicine found the risk of death fell among multiple categories for. Fish eaters, and when it. Came to heart health both men and women who got their omega three fatty acids from fish saw the. Risk. Of death by, heart disease fall by at least fifteen percent Brian. Clark ABC news you know this month at KTAR news ninety two three has been teaming up with Pacific is discover Zona there's so much to. See and do in the state you don't even have to leave the confines of the copper. State to, get out there and see, a ton, and this week's destination has Prescott just. Text as to four one one ninety two. Three for your chance to win a.
Study links frequent gadget use to increased ADHD symptoms in teens
"Can't extend seventy there's a new reason to reign, in your teenagers constant use. Of digital media, USC study shows a link between frequent digital activity and ten Deficit disorder The first evidence showing the frequent use of these new modern types of digital media associated with the occurrence of ADHD symptoms and team around ten percent of kids who are frequent users developed ADHD symptoms compared to about four and a half percent of non frequent users and. Study author Adam Levin doll, tells KNX these are, serious symptoms, extremely restless poor, impulse control interrupting others and blurting out answers. Before thinking, he says part of the problem is that parents sometimes set a bad example their own frequent, digital activity Brian paying KNX ten seventy NewsRadio overall cancer deaths in the United States are down with one very, notable exception, liver cancer new research from the CDC shows liver cancer is actually on. The, rise unfortunately we've seen cancers impatience were very limited options because percent too late. To us Dr Sami saw professor of medicine and surgery is UCLA patients who have chronic liver disease. And sarosa we screener for liver cancer With abdominal imaging like an ultrasound, and a, blood test called, ASAP every six months and if you find..
"liver cancer" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Was diagnosed with liver cancer less than a month before his planned retirement his funeral will be held later this morning after being institutionalized for forty two years by the state of georgia woman set to find a home of her own the ajc's alan judd says the krisha felder seems ready to go he's very optimistic she may be more optimistic than the people who are advocating for her he says about two hundred similar patients with developmental disabilities remain in state institutions but georgia has promised to move those patients into their own home a colorado women's find five hundred dollars or passing through customs with an apple she got from her delta flight crystal tad lock was flying back from paris when the flight attendant handed out fruit as they prepared to land customs agent found the apple in her bag and slapped her with the fine even after she promised to throw it away she says delta never warned her about the penalty for keeping the apple wsb news time five forty one southwest airlines saying about cancellations over this jet engine inspections after we updated weather and traffic wsb meteorologist kirk mellish joins us live on schedule or the rain just kind of taper off today we're going to be in and out of a shower chance it's diminishing scott the worst of it is in the process of moving to the north and east of us but it doesn't mean there won't be other showers that pop up from time to time the rest of the day it just won't be widespread rain like we've had overnight and an isolated thunderstorm could pop up as well look for highs around sixty seven low night fifty five tomorrow mostly cloudy a thirty percent chance of light shower high sixty nine wednesday mostly clouded partly cloudy high seventy two low fifty three recapping the forecast for today showers likely on and off isolated thunder shower possible high sixty one northeast seventythree southwest around the area right now sta mountain fiftyseven dallas fifty eight stock would sixty and mcdonnell waking up to sixty one it's fifty six on peachtree street i'm meteorologist kirk mellish wsb forty.
"liver cancer" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"And your sister i don't think there's smoke pot and dr do was annoyed because they only drive like five miles an hour you don't actually you're right because pot will make you more honest you'll really honk the horn and go hurry up hurry up hurry up let's go to george from new jersey georgia here with kurdistan cosby on seventyseven wabc yes ahead former navy cormie on the a medic with the marines and used to do i did a short stint female in college awards and that was very depressing anyway i used non thc oil on two of my jack russell that were on chemo one hundred lymphoma on one the another one had a liver cancer had you know had spread throughout the body and you know i had a threat through jack russells and other dogs and being to cancer and chemo with all of them basically you know and these two that use a non thc the oil by the way i put it in your food there the state of they weren't high obviously but i want to do we do meeting effects of the chemo it seemed to help them a lot i was gonna say i can hear them do they know you're talking about them in the background there george there's four of them right now but i've had eleven and you know when they cancer seems to be the number one thing that happened to anybody you know our animal you get old enough that's what happens but the two that i use the oil would definitely help i mean i really you know i'm not a pot smoker and i don't even drink alcohol i'm not against it i'm not throwing you know this changed my mind as far as i think it should be medically used more often by the way george on dawn's.
"liver cancer" Discussed on WJR 760
"To you and and and so i would say that eighty percent of the patients we transplant come to liver transplantation through exactly those pathways you suggested so they have a chronic liver disease that leads to psoriasis and end stage liver disease they develop decapitation as i was describing end stage liver failure and they need to be rescued essentially by liberty transplantation about twenty percent of the patients we transplant currently come to us because they have psoriasis but they do not necessarily have liver failure what they've developed as another primary complication of services which is liver cancer so as it turns out liver cancer in patients with psoriasis often can't be treated by the usual means we used to treat cancers and other parts of the body or even cancers in the liver and people that don't have underlying liver disease in other words we can't remove a portion of that disease liver because they essentially don't have the reserve on which to live so for certain patients with liver cancer cancer that's confined to deliver has not spread elsewhere and they have psoriasis otherwise that's another population of patients for whom transplant is their best treatment option there are few other rare medical conditions that can lead to transplantation acute liver failure like an acute liver injury from drug related cause or or virus stephen can liver transplantation can be the treatment for that and there are rare in the pediatric world there are rare metabolic diseases where those children don't necessarily have liver failure but they have an irreversible condition that's killing them that's cured actually by giving them a new liver so all of those pathways can lead to the same end treatment which is liver transplantation so how many patients to have on the transplant list and how do you termine and prioritize who gets these very scarce oregon's even though i suppose in your field of work you have more options than most because you can't have a living donor can there is this incredible regenerator passively for today living donation is certainly great option but the truth of the matter is even with living donation we have a huge supply and demand challenge so currently in the united states there's about sixteen thousand people waiting for a liver.
"liver cancer" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show
"In fact about it but i will tell you cardi be would be a great mother she's very maternal you never know congratulations to our friend michael boob lay baby number three is on the way you know that he and his wife took a little la took a little break with their careers because one of their kids noah i had liver cancer cancer thank god everything is fine everybody is doing good and because of his miraculous recovery michael wanted to consider expanded spanning their family and now baby number three is on the way so we were so happy i spice girls let's go the reuniting of above that happen we saw it all over our social over the weekend it looks like the girls are going to get paid like fifteen million dollars a piece to do this impoverished will not be required to saying which i know she's probably excited about everson i think she sang a little bit i don't think she was a major singer she was never order yes you never did solos what was termed she's posh zantac stink bomb or does it matter i did you see the commercial four jesus christ superstar on easter alive jesus christ superstar it's going to be amazing guess who's gonna be in it john legend is going to be and louise fonsi is going to play judas it is going to be ridiculous so get ready for that on easter at lady gaga get well for a second time this year she had to cancel some of her her concert dates because of illness you know that she is suffering without fibromyalgia so our best goes out to her we hope she gets better soon feels better soon because she's where things and pain a lot on the baxler is on tonight you've got super girl better late than never and the best of us the two thousand eighteen winter olympics so your favorite commercial ocean.
"liver cancer" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM
"B vaccine we prevent liver cancer we do that with the hpv vaccine we prevent all kinds of can cervical cancer hadn't that cancers we don't have those types of vaccines for many of the other cancers that are caused by bacteria or viruses breast cancer prostate cancer colon cancer we don't think that these are caused by 'rises or bacteria those are probably caused by exposures we now to turn our attention to the research that you're doing and putting that research into action tell me about some of the projects that you're involved in right so this is a very exciting time for immunology in immunotherapy and generals made such an impact and i've been at mayo now for about ten years and and they have led the way in many in many respects with the developing a me of immunotherapy and one of the things that we've been studying is the development of vaccines to prevent ntt's breast and ovarian cancer and there's a couple of ways to prevent of we could prevent them at the primary level so what i mean by that is before they occur or we can prevent them from coming back as most breast cancers the individuals the the patients that are being treated have identified the cancer early through mammograms who through in a regular screening strategies and we can remove them often times however we don't get all the tumor cells for whatever reason they get out they get into other parts of the body so our goal is to identify what we can target on those cancer cells what is the immune system gonna see once we identify that then we can play he know and games with molecules and cells and everything and try to make a vaccine and and give that back to the patient so we're working hard by i did to find those targets in moving those into the clinton let's discuss the current.
"liver cancer" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Liver cancer we know the psoriasis can lead to liver cancer yet ejections he alpha feet a protein which is a blow a test another cancer marker we like to get cancer markers because marijuana's easy says the simple blood tests are the patient but it helps the patient the activity of the cancer whether treatments are working because we always wants to know treatments working or not working is the managers had a scan a month ago had a blood clot in the abdomen he has a pain in his abdomen he has cancer in his liver had some fluid accumulating loss lots of weighty went from two hundred fourteen pounds to one hundred eighty three pounds is five with seven he never smoked and we've called for all his records i zaman to him he has big swelling in his legs we tried to arrange to get a blood clot test for him because we know the blood clots the number two killer and cancer patients and we arrange that immediately and arrange for scans of immediately number one to help prevent damaged from a blood clot number two to stage him up to see where the cancer is and then to talk to about all the options for liver cancer treatment and we treat many liver cancers recruited about forty thousand patients in about a third or liver cancer so this many many liver cancers many reasons for that number one usual treatments i chemo and immunotherapy don't work very well surgery is often very difficult or not wanted her unsuccessful and so many people come to us with cancers and that's true actually for cancers anywhere the body from brain tumors lung cancers breast cancers pancreas liver kidney bladder prostate melanoma sarcoma metastases and more so we have a large experience over many many years and the team that all works together that's what we do here at radio surgery new york i'll talk to you about a man who's fifty seven years old he said the food and the street and his psa webcam four to five hit a biopsy four months ago at showed a gleason seven cancer a year goes psa was for two months ago was five and obse.
"liver cancer" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Treatment of his liver cancer as a loving daughter infect his daughter took him this week to hawaii purification before he starting on radio surgery to the liver p likes our work is like their work for twenty years he's had a 20year history with successful treatment of his prostate cancer still in remission twenty two years later doing well with no further treatment that will talk about another gentleman prostate cancer he came and he's a seventy year old man is married with three kids his prostate cancer his psa had gone up from two and a half to three and a half which is another education appoint some people think you need a psa of four to show cancer will he the psa the winter two and a half to three and a half which was about a forty percent jump he got a biopsy and found have gleason six cancer anti excise surgeons surgeon one losers surgeries patient told the push sergio hard the patient declined he had watch for waiting he and his brother came for a second opinion patient has no urination nation that nighttime it's wait is two hundred sixty pounds he's five foot five i saw him as a child had burns across his back and he has the some damage to his skin from those burns but from the cancer point of view had an early cancer gleason six psa three and a half and the good news is that we treated him and he is cancer free so it's another good news category fantastic news for him and were always so happy to give each patient good news about a sixty year old man who came he's married with two kids he came with his wife for metastatic kidney cancer this van had a massive cancer was diagnosed last summer edlow low back pain yet a scan was follow a.
"liver cancer" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio
"He was a vocal critic of the chinese government's oneparty system his beliefs landed him in prison and eventually they cost him his life earlier today nobel laureate liu xiaobo died from late stage liver cancer he was sixty one years old mr lewis widely known for his essays and poems but more significantly he was known for his activism and two thousand nine he was sentenced to eleven years after pending a prodemocracy manifesto called charter oh eight he was granted medical parole last month after being diagnosed with cancer in late may perry link edited liu xiaobo's books of essays called no enemies no hatred he was also a friend of mr lose we reached perry link in riverside california mr link first of all i am very sorry for your loss yes how are you and and other friends feeling about the death of liu xiaobo we anticipated it because about ten days ago we knew he had serious liver cancer so intellectually it isn't a shock by emotionally of course it is when this happens fit it it hit hard him we're a bit depressed and there was also some suggestion at least in the media that there was going to be the attempt to bring him to the united states for treatment so i was here at rennie optimism our hope on your part than he might live longer your affair we've always have hope a few days ago a german and american dr saw him evade judged that it was still possible to bring him abroad and get the very best treatment that they could give it and they made that offer.