35 Burst results for "Lymphoma"
Dr. Peter McCullough: Spike Proteins by Vaccines Could Be an Issue
"For a guy like me who's recently hopefully recovered from lymphoma I'm in remission now And my wife was an autoimmune disorder herself and lupus If that turns out to be the case and I understand some preliminary study you know you were very cautious in your approach to it as well But if it turns out that we are producing spike proteins long term What could that mean for people with autoimmune difficulties and people with various types of cancers blood cancers and immune system cancers I think it's going to be a matter of degree If it's one or two shots and it's echo cells and there isn't much passage to daughter cells this thing can in a sense burn itself out or be cleared out over time Bruce Patterson who leaves a company called Intel DX doing terrific work is formally professor at northwestern and Stanford He's actually shown in the respiratory illness that the spike protein is in the body a long time to end but up to 15 months in CD 16 positive monocytes And I did have him on my show and I asked him about what has he seen in vaccinated people And in fact he does have samples He's seen both the S one and the S two segment of the spike protein in humans after vaccination as long as he's observed them So for a month I asked him I said can you predict how long it's in the body He said probably over a year SARS CoV-2 the virus And then the spike protein installed in the body with vaccination It has a persistence in the body That's the reason why people feel bad There's a long COVID syndrome And I estimate is there any other infection that's similar to this He said yeah there is I said what is it He said Lyme disease Lyme disease does an install of the organism called borrelia bardia It takes forever to clear out lime That's the reason why people get this post lime syndrome So I think people who are immune deficient people with lymphoma they've had chemotherapy or radiation or they have other autoimmune illnesses This could be a
Leukemia & Lymphoma Society Rep. on the Lack of Treatments for Kids
"The research the research into leukemia and lymphoma Now you know obviously it's very dependent on the stage They intercept this at but the research is arguably the most important point I mean we've had tremendous breakthroughs In immunotherapy and even in radiation technology which used to be done far differently But these are still treatments We're talking to art yelling from the leukemia and lymphoma society By the way if you'd like to donate Bon Gino dot com slash LLS but some of the stuff we're using to treat is some of the same treatments we've been using for decades now Yeah and thankfully it's starting to evolve but there is some stuff that is still out there and these a lot of what we're using is just for adults Most recently the LS has helped is launching a multiyear initiative which we're calling our children's initiative because it's set to raise a $100 million for more dedicated research just for children because a lot of the treatments out there are just for adults and it's not targeted for our kids which are having more harsher effects from all of these
Are We Close to a Cure to Leukemia & Lymphoma?
"So you had mentioned before and I know some of the treatments have gotten very advanced I know therapies and even the chemotherapies gotten very targeted I went through a lot of that But are we close to a cure and do you think the money we can raise here will help us get to a cure Maybe it may be in my lifetime I mean I'm 47 I mean that's the whole time in 2021 alone LOS helped to advance nearly half of the blood cancer treatment approved by the FDA and in the past year 5 years alone we've helped to advance 75% of those treatment options So those numbers are definitely giving us hope that they're the cure
Staggering Statistics on People Diagnosed With Blood Cancers
"So Ari when I was going through treatment I was out at both Sloan Kettering and MD Anderson and you see the devastation of this disease I would be sitting there waiting for radiation and chemotherapy and one moment that really stuck out to me as I was getting treatment one day and I was talking to this woman and she told me she'd been given basically a month or two to 11 and she'd been dealing with the disease forever And it's just kind of hit me because mine had been diagnosed early at stage one That even though we've made tremendous advancements against leukemia and lymphoma those advancements aren't enough A lot of people a matter of fact I saw in some of the statistics a third of people don't live 5 years after a diagnosis Is that accurate It is Yeah we're getting closer and closer but yeah just like you said more than a third of patients don't survive after 5 years How many people per year are roughly diagnosed with this dreadful disease these blood cancers leukemia and lymphoma What's the give me a rough idea of how prevalent this problem is I don't have a number on it per year but about a hundred every 180 seconds someone in the U.S. is diagnosed with a blood cancer
How Your Donations for Leukemia & Lymphoma Society Work
"As you know this is political show but not everything in life is political thankfully right And one of the things that wasn't political for me was when I was diagnosed with cancer last year it was a really traumatizing moment as it would be for anyone is diagnosed with lymphoma Here to talk about lymphoma and to help us raise some money to hopefully decrease the number of people who ever have to have that moment again is already Dylan from the LLS leukemia and lymphoma society Ari thanks for joining me really appreciate it Thank you so much for having me I appreciate your time No listen this is obviously a very important topic to me We raised a lot of money for the LLS last year My daughter Isabel thought it was really important because this is such a devastating disease and this year we're looking at top that We have great listeners in this audience The website if you'd like to donate folks bongino dot com slash LLS Ari about leukemia and lymphoma all of the money that's raised Where does it go What is it Is it research Is it assistance What happens with the money Yeah so the funds that our campaigns raise it goes through a few different things It goes to continuing research for life saving therapies like targeted immunotherapies that are saving thousands of lives It goes towards blood cancer information education and support for our patients and our families It goes to support our patients in their communities and also to drive policies that are increasing development and access to new
Louie Anderson, Emmy-winning comedian, dies at 68
"A a a a popular popular popular popular comedy comedy comedy comedy performer performer performer performer has has has has passed passed passed passed away away away away Louis Louis Louis Louis Anderson Anderson Anderson Anderson has has has has died died died died word word word word of of of of his his his his death death death death comes comes comes comes from from from from his his his his longtime longtime longtime longtime publicist publicist publicist publicist could could could could just just just just announced announced announced announced days days days days ago ago ago ago that that that that the the the the comedian comedian comedian comedian and and and and actor actor actor actor was was was was hospitalized hospitalized hospitalized hospitalized in in in in Las Las Las Las Vegas Vegas Vegas Vegas for for for for cancer cancer cancer cancer treatment treatment treatment treatment his his his his rep rep rep rep says says says says Anderson Anderson Anderson Anderson died died died died from from from from complications complications complications complications from from from from a a a a type type type type of of of of non non non non Hodgkin Hodgkin Hodgkin Hodgkin lymphoma lymphoma lymphoma lymphoma he he he he was was was was sixty sixty sixty sixty eight eight eight eight years years years years old old old old Anderson Anderson Anderson Anderson had had had had been been been been a a a a presence presence presence presence in in in in comedy comedy comedy comedy on on on on TV TV TV TV and and and and in in in in the the the the movies movies movies movies for for for for four four four four decades decades decades decades he he he he won won won won an an an an Emmy Emmy Emmy Emmy in in in in twenty twenty twenty twenty sixteen sixteen sixteen sixteen playing playing playing playing the the the the mother mother mother mother of of of of two two two two twin twin twin twin adult adult adult adult sons sons sons sons in in in in the the the the TV TV TV TV series series series series baskets baskets baskets baskets he he he he was was was was in in in in the the the the original original original original Eddie Eddie Eddie Eddie Murphy Murphy Murphy Murphy movie movie movie movie coming coming coming coming to to to to America America America America and and and and in in in in last last last last year's year's year's year's sequel sequel sequel sequel to to to to the the the the nineteen nineteen nineteen nineteen eighty eighty eighty eighty eight eight eight eight comedy comedy comedy comedy and and and and four four four four time time time time Anderson Anderson Anderson Anderson hosted hosted hosted hosted a a a a revival revival revival revival of of of of the the the the game game game game show show show show family family family family feud feud feud feud I'm I'm I'm I'm Oscar Oscar Oscar Oscar wells wells wells wells Gabriel Gabriel Gabriel Gabriel
Louie Anderson, Emmy-Winning Comedian, Dead at 68
"More sad news. Louis Anderson, the longtime comic and game show host, he's died at the age of 68, he passed here in Las Vegas after being treated for diffuse large B cell lymphoma. So sad news, he's the guy with the big space between his teeth and kind of a large, funny guy, Louis Armstrong, died at the age of 68 here in Las
Actor-comedian Louie Anderson undergoing cancer treatment
"A a popular popular comedian comedian is is facing facing a a health health crisis crisis a a spokesman spokesman for for Louie Louie Anderson Anderson says says the the comedian comedian and and actor actor is is being being treated treated for for cancer cancer at at a a Las Las Vegas Vegas hospital hospital his his publicist publicist says says Anderson Anderson it's it's been been diagnosed diagnosed with with a a type type of of non non Hodgkin Hodgkin lymphoma lymphoma and and is is resting resting comfortably comfortably no no word word on on how how long long it's it's been been since since he's he's been been diagnosed diagnosed with with the the type type of of treatment treatment that that he's he's receiving receiving Anderson Anderson is is sixty sixty eight eight years years old old and and while while he's he's a a native native of of Minnesota Minnesota he he now now makes makes his his home home in in Vegas Vegas he's he's been been a a familiar familiar face face on on TV TV elsewhere elsewhere including including a a stint stint as as host host on on a a revised revised version version of of family family feud feud and and still still makes makes the the rounds rounds as as a a stand stand up up comic comic I'm I'm Oscar Oscar wells wells Gabriel Gabriel
Michael Lang, Woodstock festival co-creator, dies at 77
"Michael Michael Lang Lang one one of of the the founders founders of of the the nineteen nineteen sixty sixty nine nine Woodstock Woodstock music music festival festival has has died died at at the the age age of of seventy seventy seven seven a a spokesperson spokesperson says says Lang Lang died died Saturday Saturday in in New New York York if if not not Hodgkin Hodgkin lymphoma lymphoma I I marches marches are are a a letter letter with with a a look look at at his his career career Joe Joe Cocker Cocker the the who who Jimi Jimi Hendrix Hendrix and and four four hundred hundred thousand thousand people people celebrating celebrating piece piece of of music music in in upstate upstate New New York York Michael Michael Lang Lang said said he he knew knew if if he he did did his his job job with with Woodstock Woodstock people people would would create create something something amazing amazing he he also also helped helped organize organize a a successful successful Woodstock Woodstock anniversary anniversary festival festival in in nineteen nineteen ninety ninety four four a a disastrous disastrous nineteen nineteen ninety ninety nine nine festival festival and and a a twenty twenty ninety ninety one one that that was was scrapped scrapped for for financial financial reasons reasons reporters reporters asked asked Lang Lang at at Woodstock Woodstock ninety ninety nine nine if if you you ever ever enjoyed enjoyed his his own own concerts concerts yeah yeah I I don't don't mean mean enjoying enjoying the the sense sense of of sitting sitting back back and and listening listening to to music music when when it's it's in in drive drive alone alone in in that that you you know know what what you're you're creating creating a a completely completely absorbed absorbed in in
Phil Kerpen: The Problem With COVID Vaccines
"Moving on to the vaccines here What's the problem with these vaccines I mean listen just talking pure data you can go back and read the press releases yourself If they clearly have not lived up anywhere close to the initial height but it's not just that they haven't lived up to the hype I mean we were getting efficacy rates upwards in the beginning Oh 95% Plus we saw these fantastic press releases in Canada I wish that were true I mean no one wished his other with no sane person you want a vaccine to work You know like I said I got it early on But you know I got another set of information on the set of circumstances dealing with lymphoma all that all things given now You know I'm genuinely not sure I'd make the same decision I'm the decision I'm not an anti vax guy That's a stupid argument to make but what do you think happened Just poor research not enough of a timeline where they rushed Just not working very well Well I think that these vaccines basically from all the data we have now it looks like they increase your risk for about a week or two after you get it Then they decrease your risk dramatically for about four or 5 months And then they sort of give you very very minimal or almost no protection against infection after that but they still are pretty good for preventing really severe cases So they still have a hospitalization benefit after that But that's why they're doing this big push on boosters now because we see this very very sharp waning in the protective effect after four to 6 months or so And then so the question is are you going to take this two or three times a year for the rest of your life And I think the vast majority of people would say no I'm not the least because we don't know what sort of the long-term effects of repeated exposure to these in the byproduct The other things that are in there are And so until you have long-term longitudinal studies I think a lot of people are going to buck
"lymphoma" Discussed on Acupuncture is my Life
"Another potential symptom is losing weight. And you just don't understand like what's happened. And i've discussed symptoms of many different types of cancers and this here we go again because you see cancer cells use up a lot of energy so it saps up your county okay. It's another sign itchy. Skin can be another you know. Just out of you're.
"lymphoma" Discussed on Acupuncture is my Life
"What if you had lymphoma you can also experience. Night sweats as well because this type of symptom indicates that you your body's struggling to regulate body temperature. These are reasons why you know. I recommend individuals. Cnn acupuncture reagan wellness visit and. That doesn't mean every week doesn't mean every two weeks it can vary based on. What's going on with you. How you acupuncturist has assessed you. Wellness visits are extremely poor. It's just as important as your annual visit with your physician as i've spoken of as a symptom with other types of cancers the same holes in bomas loss of appetite. You know find yourself not feeling hungry or you feel satiated really quick this can be a sign of lymphoma i've come across individuals that we know but develop abdominal pain feel nauseous. He'll be bout to vomiting. You see.
"lymphoma" Discussed on Acupuncture is my Life
"Symptoms of lymphoma you know they tend to vary within each individual and this life say seen acupunctures because we understand because no one's constitution is the same as the next so with that being said not everyone experiences the same symptoms. Now they were quite a few symptoms of lymphoma. That are sort of like vague. And not that obvious. So if you experiencing any of the symptoms. And i'm going to discuss does not mean that you have level doesn't necessarily but it should range some type of the law and they say i want to sit with my physician and discuss these symptoms. I'm going through possibly have tests run. I also want to sit with an acupuncturist. This is what you should say. He's but one of the more obvious symptoms of lipoma swollen. Lymph note okay now. Lymphoma of course affects a person's the lymphocytes within us. And what a lymphocytes. The special types of. Let's say white blood cells that are produced by your bone marrow as well as you learn from them. So wait when you become ineffective or come down with an infection you lymph. Glands tend to either recruit produce memorial recruit immune cells to fight off this infection. And that's why you lymph nodes tend to swell up and feel tender and you've experiences mike whenever you come down. Let's say with the flu water. Common cold you know any type of action whether it's viral bacterial. Okay now if you were to have lymphoma you lymph nodes would sort of like fill up with these cancer cells as well as your spleen and when these lymph nodes swell they. Usually you know not painful. You can pow paid them in. You'll notice the larger than usual and some would come into the clinic and ask you know doc. What's going on but the usually not as painful now as let's say compared to other types of infection now another symptom you can. Experience is like chills or even feed. Now many of you are aware that fevers assigned that you know your your immune system is ramped up relative to the fact that you've caught some type of infection and it's and it's attempting to fight it off lymphoma being that type of infection so if you notice that you know you getting fevers you're experiencing fevers and you have no clue what the heck is going on. You're not only going to sit with your local acupunctures but you're gonna contact your physician as well. There was some individuals who may have lymphoma inexperienced like serious. Night sweats and waking up as if. They slept in a puddle all night. Now night sweats can be due to variation of things you know especially in women. Hormonal changes tied tomato pause or even an autoimmune disorder. But you know.
"lymphoma" Discussed on Acupuncture is my Life
"Hello and welcome back to another episode of acupunctures my life. Now today i like to over and this is simply because i've run into this a lot and it's not just the patient thing but you st- colleagues associates many individuals that i've known but then as well as patient i've referred to cancer specialists because of certain symptoms in which they would present with and i figure today i wanted to discuss certain symptoms of lymphoma that you shouldn't take light and some individuals would take these symptoms lightly in progress over time whereas you know it's put it this way safely it's difficult to resolve. Okay.
"lymphoma" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Q&A
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"lymphoma" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Q&A
"It. they're definitely studies. You know Looking into that very question. But at this time there's not a standardized way to identify at an early stage A patient with in-form. I'm gonna ask you this next question. But you've already told me that. Aging is one of the highest risk factors for the development of lymphoma and none of us can stop the fact that we're aging but is there anything that can be done to prevent lymphomas greg question so in terms of one singular intervention. So we know that you stop smoking or decrease the risk of lung cancer right if you screen for. Hp virus to decrease the risk of cervical cancer. There's not one single thing that you can do to prevent lymphoma obviously like i said. The immunity is important. And that's part of the aging process is also something called aging thing insists or senescence so as as strong as it can keep your immune system at least in theory. You're better off in trying to prevent cancer in general online included So although i don't have one particular thing that i can tell vicious to do. I do have some information that that at least hints towards value potential interventions. That are under investigation in i. I mentioned that because we know now through a study. Done here mayoclinic In collaboration with universal isla that patients after diagnosis of employment club. Who exercise actually do better compared to those that. Don't we also know that basis at the time of diagnosis if you compare their exercise activity with those of patient know people of the same age and if they have an exercise level that is above average. Their outcomes in the treatment of form is better in that to me tells me that there is definitely a link between healthy lifestyle exercise included and either the prevention or the treatment of inform us. Although we don't have one study to absolutely prove that by exercising would decrease chance of employment is very reasonable to believe that you know this interventions which are sometimes common sense but in many cases very important could lead to a decrease no-landing live in the development of cancer and lymphoma. perhaps also. I feel like what seems that it may be common sense and very easy to implement is not necessarily so. I think almost everyone that i interview on this program says that a good healthy lifestyle including exercise and a diet are beneficial for almost all areas of our health. Absolutely and one thing that i tell my patients about exercise is it. Is you know again. Everyone knows that exercise is good for you but most people think that the way it helps your life is.
"lymphoma" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Q&A
"Peak that starts in adult life keeps just increasing as the the person ages jc if an individual or if their physicians concern that they might have a lymphoma what is done next to diagnose it yes. So let's say a patient presents within lodge lymph node onto the are more on their neck. Know the very next step is to just get a basic evaluation. Just make sure that we have blood counts. Make sure there is nothing obvious circulating the blood which is rare for most lymphomas. Normally of blood count is normal for patients with them owner and then the first and foremost is to get adequate tissue diagnosis halina. And that's because i stress adequate because many times i see patients will come to me after having been through two or three needle biopsies in which you know. They took a very small piece or didn't even take of just ask rated with a needle and that's not usually sufficient for a diagnosis of lymphoma. And that's because to diagnose lymphoma into make sure that we have the accurate sub type of lymphoma we normally need a adequate amount of tissue to look at the architecture of the tissue. Where are the cells that look malignant cancer cells in how are the context with the other cells of their surrounding. That's because that information is crucial to actually accurately diagnose the patient so adequate tissue biopsy in many times a small incision in which we actually take a surgical piece of the tissue is the best way to actually diagnose them fall. So what do you do after you have a diagnosis how how is lymphoma treated so after the you know the media diagnosis we'll proceed with staging life like most answers in this case. We'll try to find out whether the informers really localize to that. One lymph node chain lymph node area Or has it spread to more than one other lymph nodes and two other tissues that are prone to have such as clean and the bone marrow so normally there will be some sort of scan done on normally in lymphomas. We favor a scanner. Just the at cat scan which gives you both on an atomic as well as functionally information. So and that's not the initial tests that we will do for most infamous and in some cases. We need also to sample the bone of the patient so using a bone marrow biopsy to find out whether the foam is also in the bone marrow and that will give us the ability to stage between stages one through four And finally you know. Come up with a treatment plan for them. Volume and unfolded generally treated with a combination of different treatment options which are no definitely. We use chemotherapy But more and more we are combining chemotherapy with additional tools such as radiation radiation and chemotherapy..
"lymphoma" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Q&A
"Those that are rapidly growing inside the body. And that's quite different from inland or low growing informers in those are the ones that are more likely to be found by accident so a patient goes to the emergency room with a kidney stone. Someone gets a cat scan and they sit in a large lymph node. That may have been sitting there for years and someone eventually gets a biopsy and we find an ambulance. Low growing former in those are typically not presenting with many symptoms if anything they can present with an enlargement of lymph node Those are the typical kind of two groups of presentations. Jc what causes lymphoma and who's at risk for developing so the main risk for developing lymphoma is actually aging itself. So we unlike other cancers in for example. I tried to explain that. We know the clear association between smoking and development of lung cancer or the presence of the human papillomavirus virus and development of cervical cancer in women. There's not such a strong lincoln lymphoma that you can point to one particular 'cause that leads to lymphoma with very rare exceptions in the exceptions are for example the presence of the h pylori infection in the stomach can lead to a very specific type of lymphoma in the storm. That sometimes doesn't need any treatment other than the eradication of the bacteria itself but aside from is unique cases lymphoma is not one disease that we can put a finger on in terms of a causative or one single cause but there are themes so we know that just like i said aging increases the risk of lymphoma and that's more likely because throughout our life we accumulate genetic errors in our dna so our dna. Changes accumulates mutations in these mutations. If happening in specific no genes of our body can lead to you know. can make us prone for the development of lymphomas. The other theme is immunity. We know that immunity is tightly related to informa- and we know that because patients who are under treatment for diseases that require them to decrease their immunity for example transplant patients or patients with autoimmune diseases. Those treatments that are used for those patients can't increase the risk of lymphoma as well and then finally just general risk factors that have been associated and sometimes it does take a lot of Attention from the media we know associations between agent orange in lymphoma or more recently some pesticides lymphoma those are association. So far we can really say that those are causations are not necessarily one direct link between you have exposure in heaven former so those are the main risk factors there are also some some familial syndromes extremely rare that can predispose one to develop inform later in life jc. I have a question about what you said about Lymphomas being more common with age in the intro. I had mentioned that. There's hodgkin's lymphoma in non-hodgkin's lymphoma and i've been aware of younger individuals. Having hodgkin's disease is that true or is that just my perception. That's very correct Hodgkin's informa- has two peaks so it peaks at the college age between twenty thirty five And that's where most people with your about patients with hodgkin because that's quite a dramatic event in a young adults life And then there's a second peak in that second peak is at age sixty five or seventy five and that's you know in between the two groups. There's really a valley and there's very not little incidents in that kind of middle age and that's the opposite for non hodgkin informa- you have a role..
"lymphoma" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Q&A
"To male clinic. Qna i'm dr helene gazelle today. We're going to talk about a type of cancer called lymphoma. Lymphoma is a cancer of the lymphatic system. Which is part of the bodies germ fighting network. The lymphatic system includes the lymph nodes glands the spleen thymus gland and the bone marrow. Well many types of lymphoma exists. The main subtypes are hodgkin's lymphoma and non-hodgkin's lymphoma what treatment is best for a patient depends upon the lymphoma type in its Severity joining us to discuss various types of lymphoma. And how they are treated is mayo clinic hematologist. Dr whole posy. Be less boas. Thanks for being here today. Jc good morning. And thanks for having me here. Well it's always fun to learn about something new. All of our listeners know that. I like to learn something new every day so i'm excited that we can have talk about lymphomas today. Tell me a little bit about the signs and symptoms of lymphoma absolutely so it is really unfair to put all the diseases that lymphoma actually are in one category just like cancer. It's hard to put everything under one umbrella And when i talked to my basis about lymphoma try to really divide into the main groups in how in how they present and help you should patients find them can be fairly different. For example there are very aggressive types of them former and those present with symptoms in those are the types that are usually tell the patients those are they implement that find you in as opposed to bills you find by accident so the aggressive can present. Yes and present with high fevers or cyclic. Fevers it can present with night. Sweats or sweats in general normally not a subtle type swept. I'm talking about draining. Night sweats when asked my patients. I asked them. Have you ever seen if you have to change your sheets in the morning. You have to change your pillow as change or pajamas when you wake up because you're drenched in sweat. That's the type of night sweat that are really associated with informal. Not feeling just a little bit hot tonight and then it can also have unintentional weight loss. So you're not trying to diet or exercise but losing pounds or in some cases spacious are exercising. But they're losing more bouncing Than they expected based on their previ- previous experience. So those are what we call constitutional symptoms that be president lymphomas and because lymphomas can happen in virtually any part of the body. You know you can have symptoms associated with the presence of bill former growing mass. Let's say inner abdomen or in your chest that can lead to abdominal pain discomfort shortness of breath or chest being So those are the signs or they can be president patients with aggressive lymphomas..
A Lifetime of Lymphedema
"My journey with lymphoma over the past twenty four years has been a complex emotional convoluted just rollercoaster That has occurred as i said before my lymphoma was onset from infancy because of male video. Actually i was emergency. Section baby Since my lymphatic system had not formed properly in the womb all of the fluid in my body had gone to my head. While i was upside down in the womb and because of that i got stuck in the birth canal and an emergency c section operation preceded My dad says that once. I was removed from the womb. My head Resembled a bowling ball So that's nice. Thanks to but upon removing knee and seeing the baby for the first time the doctors were unsure what was going on with me. They thought that. Maybe i might have down syndrome. But just because of the way that i looked but also they were like. Maybe you're just a chunky baby. They just told my parents that i was fat and that there was not much more. They could do in terms of diagnosis. My parents took me home thinking that they might have you know this healthy but fluffy baby And that was not the case because immediately they noticed that all of the fluid and my head had started to go down my body and really gather on the left side of my body and especially in both of my legs and my feet so my legs and my feet were very swollen. My would take me to doctors and the doctors were just repeat. You know. Mr and mrs eggers. You just have a fat baby. But no i actually had primary lymph dima. I was diagnosed at nine months old by dr witty with primary lymphoma and that kicked off a whole life of complex feelings pain managment lots of medical treatments in just a lot of confused emotions. I would say because of my lymphoma Now big things to know about me is. I actually grew up in a military family. And i'm the oldest of four so my family was often moving. We would really only stay in the same place for two to three years. Which means it's hard to find consistent long-term medical care for a child with a disability. The other interesting thing that i noticed a child was that no matter where we went whether it was hawaii whether it was new york. Virginia the culture around my lymph dima was always going to be the same. Everyone would regard me in a similar way of. There's something wrong with this child and it is not attractive and it is not good and that was a big part of my life for a very long time it was honestly incredibly interesting just to see how cultures would change in certain ways. Demographics would change as we would move but this able ism and this pervasive sort of understanding of my condition as a negative thing stayed
A Simple Reason Why Not to Push for a Vaccine Mandate
"The listening audience? So my point here is a rather simple one. Not crudely made, but common sense. You have no idea. My neighbor is you don't know his name. You don't know what he does. Therefore, if you don't know his name or what he does you probably know nothing about his medical condition his medical history. If he's been infected with Covid or not, if he has a condition like Brian Deane, right on social media, some vascular condition that could maybe prohibit him from getting a vaccine for various health reasons. You have no idea you don't even know his name. Forget about any of the details of his life. Yet you want to push a nationwide mandate pushed down through private companies. You're pressuring it to doing it for everybody to get a vaccine and just to be clear you don't know them. You don't know their names. You don't know their health conditions. If they've had covid, you know nothing about them. But you want a national vaccine method. Please digest that for a moment. The mandate supporters out there. No matter where you stay again, I know it's hard. I know you already trying to think through a counterpunch because what you're processing makes sense. And you're like, Gosh, if it makes sense, I've got to flush it down the toilet because I'm a liberal, and I don't want it to make sense candidly, even if you're a Republican who support system You don't know anything about these people. You don't know if they're going through a condition like Brian Deane, right is by the way I know him only from Fox News. We're not besties. I didn't call him and say Hey, tweet this before my show so I can talk about a vaccine mandate on my show. I just literally read it during the break. I got a quick bite to eat before I came bounced up in my studio here for the radio program. And I thought this is it. This is a perfect example of what I'm trying to say. Legions of Americans have been vaccinated. Listen, ladies and gentlemen, I never lie to you. I'm one of them. I have lymphoma. It's a cancer above of the blood of your immune system. You can your immune system gets compromised. My doctor told me. I think it's a smart thing for you to do after chemo. That was when my doctor said I don't know what your doctor told you. I'm
Mark Hoppus Reveals He’s Battling an Aggressive Form of Lymphoma
"From blink. 1. 82 was on twitch on Tuesday and revealed that he was diagnosed in late April with stage for a diffuse large B cell lymphoma. This is cancer. We knew yet cancer. He talked about the type of cancer. He has its blood cancer, he says. The taxes white blood cells is my blood's trying to kill me now, if you want good news. His mom had the exact same type of cancer and beat it. She also beat breast cancer twice so that mark that gene and is in him. Someone did. Um, he described chemotherapies in the first round, felt like being an electrocuted zombie. By the third round, he felt nauseous and sick. Um, he had a test done to determine the effects of the chemo. But there isn't an update. Yet he is optimistic and said, We're beating this cancer. It's just a matter of time. So staying optimistic. So
Former Texas A&M Football Coach R.C. Slocum Diagnosed With Hodgkin Lymphoma
"Tough news out of texas today. Are she slocum. The legendary coach. He's also a member of the college playoff committee. Unfortunately some some news released that he has been diagnosed with hodgkin lymphoma very best coach slocum one of the sabre people in the history of college athletics and it is certainly sad news. We hope He works through this and we hope to be able to speak to him in in the near
Kylie Jenner's $500G donation helps launch lounge for teen cancer patients
"So kylie jenner is doing something really cool. She donated five hundred thousand dollars for a lounge for teen cancer patients at children's hospital at vanderbilt. She funded the hey. I'm here for you teen lounge in honor of her friend harry hudson. He's a singer songwriter. Who got diagnosed with hodgkin's lymphoma in two thousand seventeen and his texas. This tennessee facility offers whole bunch of activities for young cancer. Patients including game and movie room rumored meditation room and more. So it's nice that she's doing something like that
"lymphoma" Discussed on All Talk Oncology Podcast
"Need help through that. And he couldn't have been more right so k. Created the carrying place so it's a grieving center for families to come. You know we focus on children but it's for everybody it's family and parents and agreement processes true. You know you. And i say seven thirty years you lose your mom you lose your day. Which now must have been very sympathetic for a while. You might care for a week. But i'm moving. I mean it's just a. It's it's natural. I mean i don't carry those emotions like you do so your left swimming in the ocean by yourself with heavy baggage was right. Emotion come from the sadness and sorrow the loss That you deal with and there's no timetable to that and when you have no timetable to off it's great to go to a sanctuary where they understand that and you can six months down the road. You can still demand. I my heart rips. When i walk in the house still this day. I don't see my mom that hurts. You know what i mean. I go caller. And i'm like oh she's not here. I mean that kills You have help people help you through. That process is a real real been really instrumental and powerful to see families that and people kids have a place of sanctuary to go where they can rebuild. You know they can get some you know footers reestablished in their life without dylan this all these emotions and not knowing how to handle them. So i think it's been very powerful for a lot of families And talk about the discriminate coming. Death does not discriminate And i the people the volunteers that we have a special place with special people and has done wonders for a lot of families. Yeah absolutely merrill. Thank you for that and thank you for for sharing because we hope to empower the next person again at all talk on calls. That is our goal here into power Cancer patients when scifo conversations that reinforces certainty and confidence about their cancer condition. And and i can't thank you enough for taking time out of your day to give us this appreciate you. Thanks for having me became yasser appreciates nice meeting you. Keep doing a brother. Keep telling people and thank you so much merrill once again. I want to thank you so much for joining us. Here at all talk oncology so when it came to gyms today in our interview a hope you picked up on a few of them one is do you control your mind or does your mind control you and if you listen to merrill in the beginning his.
"lymphoma" Discussed on All Talk Oncology Podcast
"I remember during my treatment. I was i was devastated. I was going to have to do the draft for espn. I was going be two days on television for twenty four hours a day. Bald could not have been more devastated that that probably was more devastating embarrassing. I got it's going to be for me to walk into sound thinking. Yeah and i actually found a way to avoid that. A good friend of mine Eddie white and tom shine on the ran. Reebok saudi indianapolis good friends of mine. I call them up. And i said hey listen could you give me a hat for every. Nfl team ship. It to me. And i'm going to wear who's ever on the clocks hat. So if it's the pittsburgh steelers. I'll have them office chicago. Bears have him on washington. redskins dallas. Cowboys i go on. So i called the spn executives and are the producer of the the draft was j rothman good friend of mine and we had our meetings in new york. I will be back up. They they okayed it. That makes you feel comfortable. Sure because that's not something that you could do is really wear a hat on on on on on the network shows in the draft. That was just not. That's not part of the attire. So i had to get approval get approval and after the meeting. We have long couple of days of meetings and he's i. Can we do dinner tonight this the night before the draft before show star ross. So we went to dinner. We sat down menus. Get handed to us lady comes over. We ordered appetizers or something and she leaves and he says he goes what you hide. What would it be. And i go. I don't know what you mean. What am i hiding is. I've watched you take this thing on like nobody i've ever seen before. And now you want to go on national television and put a hat on and hide it. And he's like jimmy people might be dealing with your what you're doing and you're going to give them hope. I never thought of that. I honestly i'd never thought i said jenner thala man. I said i'm not gonna wear the hat. So i didn't have so. I get invited to the gary player golf tournament. Some year of is six seven months years later. When i'm checking in the lady who's checking me in. She goes she. Would you say my life. And i was like we say right. She had i think over ovarian cancer maybe can't remember specifically but she was on a couch. Feel sorry for herself. Thinks she's gonna die for dad walks in and turns on the draft and he said that guy's going through what you're going through. Get off the couch and she goes. It completely changed me. She goes idea. Got off the couch. And i'll realize feeling sorry for myself so it was one person you know in that. I'm telling you that that. Move me that mood me you just you know so. I was grateful for college. A roth thank you. Thank you for calling me out and create a bigger scope from versus my selfie scope of hound. Baraci i'll let me find this head as it was. So that's why y'all doing these things. I define powerful. It's just one you know that you get hope from. They get hope they see things a little different tack differently and makes a difference in their in.
"lymphoma" Discussed on All Talk Oncology Podcast
"On college. I'm your host. Ken perkins aka the cancer guy. And again we come into your with special guests and you may know him if you are a pittsburgh steelers fan and or chicago bears fan or follow football on. Espn the you know my next guest. We're talking about mero hard here merrill. Welcome to the show. All talk oncology my friend day that applause. that's nice. That's nice little fat. It's nice to be a third part of what you're doing merrill such a privilege to have you on our show and and talk about you know cancer in the things that you've gone through no merit our our whole purpose here at all. Talk oncologist power cancer patients as they're going through a something as tragic as cancer and we know that you've gone through this and so man. I'm just excited. Because i know what you've gone through in the mental strength that it takes to get through something like this you can bring so many some Such a benefit to the listener. So thank you. Thank you for coming on my pleasure. My friend so mayor. Let's talk about that. You know put you were diagnosed with non hodgkin's lymphoma how how is that when you first found that out. Well i'm not quite articulate enough to describe what i call the dark days of diagnosis because there is there's not that just initial blow for me anyway. I think it's pretty fair with most people. It just seems to be a series of of days that you get hung up in what i call the dark days of diagnosis. Because you have to get your cell type They gotta look at what is going to be the treatments. There might be like in my case bunch of tests that you have to go through just to see if you can withstand the abuse of chemotherapy that you're about to endure. Which obviously. I didn't see coming any of it coming so i think the the overwhelming devastation of hearing that now the reality of that Because i saw the reality of it. Because i couldn't i don't think any human being could really conjure up in their mind. What would that be like if that was told to me. I find that impossible because shortly prior to my.
Jeff Bridges says his tumor 'drastically shrunk' since lymphoma diagnosis
"You know, Lebowski. Has shared some positive news. Made his lymphoma diagnosis 71 year old actor. Recently wrote On his website that quote his true tumor has drastically shrunk. After going in for a cat scan. Go in for a cat scan to see if my new protocol is shrinking. My tumor turns out is working beautifully. He said. Oh, good. The thing has drastically shrunk. I came home. Elated with the news. Bridges, then shared work from his mentor. Roselle Sykes. Has been helping him amid his health struggles. Writing his mantra is be love. The The love. love. Yep, Yep, That's That's my my path. path. The The star star revealed revealed that that he he was was diagnosed diagnosed with with lymphoma lymphoma back back in in October. October. As the dude would say new ass has come to light, he wrote on Instagram and Twitter, referencing his famous character. I've been diagnosed with lymphoma, although it's a serious disease. I feel fortunate that I have a great team of doctors. The prognosis is good. I'm starting treatment and I'll keep you posted on my recovery. Weeks later, he shared that he would be keeping his fans updated. The cancer thing is bringing Bringing on feelings of precociousness and gratitude and good, old fashioned love and lots of it big time he rode. I'm feeling so much of it coming my way and man. I appreciate it. It's contagious, Contagious all this love man. Like some kind of positive virus. Want to acknowledge and thank you guys for reaching out During this time, it feels good getting all the well wishes and love.
Jeff Bridges reveals his tumor is 'drastically' shrinking after lymphoma diagnosis
"Is saying that his tumor has drastically shrunk as he is going through cancer treatment. Isn't that great news tastic is lymphoma diagnosis in October, And then he shared the positive news on his Web site and a post that was the stated a few days ago. So he's 71. And he said, I go in for a cat scan to see if my new protocol is shrinking the tumor. Turns out it's working beautifully. The thing has drastically shrunk. I come home, elated with the news. So that's good. Oh, yes.
Sheldon Adelson, casino mogul and GOP donor, dies at 87
"Casino power broker and top Republican donor is dead. Sheldon Adelson, the billionaire casino mogul and Republican mega donor and Influencer died Tuesday from complications related to treatment for non Hodgkin's lymphoma. He was 87 at Olson's death was announced by the Las Vegas Sands, the son of Jewish immigrants raised in Boston, Adelson became one of the world's richest men. Forbes ranked him the 19th wealthiest American, with an estimated $29.8 billion. Adelson, a staunch supporter of Israel. Well was closely aligned with the conservative Likud Party. I Mike
"lymphoma" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"What about a woman who comes in? She's treated one of the biggest hospitals in Connecticut. We have patients from all over the world. Coming here was the 57 year old woman. Just eight Children. She came with her friends. You've seen it. Two of the biggest hospitals in Connecticut and well they were treating him for lymphoma should have non Hodgkin's lymphoma, and they kept on doing surgery on her surgery, chemo and surgery and chemo and she was really fed up with surgery and chemo shoes having Surgeon or back and Ki mon, aggressive chemo chop chemo and she had multiple treatments, and then the cancer spread to her brain, and they wanted to open up her head. And she said enough enough with Connecticut. She's going to see Dr Liederman and sometimes people say, Oh, it's so far away if they live on whatever 72nd street and I say, Well, that's up to you, but we have very motivated people from All over the world coming here. This woman came from Connecticut with a Mass of lymphoma in her brain, and that the biggest hospital they want to open up her head like they opened up for spying twice and gave her all this chemo and really well, of course, it didn't work very well because the cancer spread to the brain, maybe even the cancer's hands. Cancer's spread, brother hands of the doctor. Anyway, She had a massive lymphoma nor brain, and they're going to open up her head again. And she decided, like many people who finally say, Hey, I'm not already enough with the chemo enough with the surgery. We know It's so expensive is expensive to be a patient, a person with cancer. We know that people with cancer have the number one highest category of bankruptcy. Because chemo and surgery especially the big hospitals, is so expensive, so expensive. That's another reason why people come Natalie because we're the first to New York with praying radio surgery and the first in America, the first in the Western Hemisphere with stereotype Actiq precise, noninvasive, invisible beams of radio surgery. Attack cancers most anywhere in the body. Well, that's why she came here. She heard about it through a friend of Friend of Predator on the shoulders of the Hey, you better go see Dr Liederman. Just calm at 212 choices, and she did. And she came. We saw She had a massive cancer in her head that we're gonna open up her head and give her chemo and she said enough. Enough. And she came here and here she had just a few treatments. Pinpoint treatment's not invasive treatments, invisible beams from thousands of angles to attack her cancer in her head. Was a lymphoma. And now that she came back this week from Connecticut In complete remission. No cancer seen with our treatment on Lee, no surgery, no cutting, no bleeding, no chemo. And that's the work that we do when the biggest doctors the biggest hospitals in Connecticut on all have Tager had opened up again, she said. No, I'm going to Dr Lieberman, and that's indeed what she did, and she's doing great. Her function is great if you didn't know that she had Cancer. You would have never known shit of mass in her head that cancer head treated with radiosurgery pinpoint non invasive treatment, No cutting, no bleeding. And so many people come. This is a story about one woman. My name is Dr Liederman will be right back. Many people with cancer comes to Dr Liederman when surgery didn't help and toxic chemo stopped working. Many come in pain..
"lymphoma" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission
"Leader men were back we are back when such a leader when I was there with a fifty three year old man the cement was diagnosed years ago actually decades ago with lymphoma yadda marginal zone lymphoma non-hodgkin's lymphoma he was diagnosed he had years chemo decades of chemo is that the biggest super duper places giving came on chemo and years of chemo over twenty years and went to the super duper place that kept on giving came on it didn't work in the ever more more chemo and more more chemo and number this is chemo nowadays about ten thousand dollars a month and a half years over a couple decades years probably spend million two million dollars it didn't work and the doctors this company giving him came over from Verizon to work and it wasn't working and I came we came to me a radio listener like you said Hey why don't you go see doctor leader when he came and we found this cancer we found this cancer we stage them up from the cancer than that kids multiple modules to three centimeter nod tools in the back and in the super curricular area on the left side is doctors never talked about all the options is given chemo chemo chemo for decades decades we talked a few minutes ago what's the benefit of having a doctor who is triple board certified what is one doctor around is trained in chemo and radiation Harvard trained working in New York taken most insurances thirteen eighty four Broadway this man came and they came years ago to me and we treated him with just a few treatments to the cancer with radiosurgery which we know works very well for most cancers works very well for lymphomas he was treated years of chemotherapy didn't work he came to us yet a few treatment she's now cancer free years later years later and I can tell you so happy to be cancer free with no more chemo after years of chemo which didn't work and why didn't they say that those big places ever tell them Hey you might want to see doctor Lieberman well you can guess why after millions of dollars of chemo they probably were hoping for more millions of dollars of chemo it wasn't working if something isn't working you know what you can do with you I'm gonna tell you what when you come and see me I'll tell you what you can do I would like about a seventy four year old woman who has the cancer of the China she has two children she came with her friend last spring she had difficulty urinating she couldn't urinate he saw urologist euro just as a surgeon operates on the urinary system and she noted the patient noted decreased five appearances such other faction she saw this doctor and he found a mass in the **** and she had a mass call the Carson sarcoma a big mass of the **** that was blocking or Europe and she went to one of the big hospitals in New York and she went to one of the bigger hospitals and yeah they did biopsies of this and that it like the other one a biopsy everything well it's great for the hospital biopsy everything but I can tell you that most people with cancer have one type of cancer is rare and we see it because we see so many patients because a woman with one cancer that went on bypassing the long of the giant of the lymph nodes and she started chemotherapy even though it's already known that stage four cancer carcinoma sarcoma it's already known the chemo doesn't work very well and with her she had the chemo at the super duper proper places and the cancer just kept on growing he came to me she had pain in the spine and pain in the leg her weight was honored fifty eight pounds she's five foot two and shed new scans of those super duper places to show that the cancer was growing the cancer before came it was six centimeters after chemo was twelve and I have centimeters it doubled it doubled in diameter which means invite him it went up about probably eight hundred percent and should the cancer along the lymph nodes of the **** the urethra examiner is a huge mass examined her abdomen showed about a fifteen centimeter mass is about the size of two men's fitness inner abdomen and we talked about all the options we talked about she's having chemo it's not work and we talk about treatments it's likely to work our treatment with a high success rate noninvasively this is the work that we do every day all non invasively I would have a seventy five year old woman born in Jamaica she has a cancer of the colon he was diagnosed last year showed the Nemea when there's a need via other means the blood cell the red blood cell count is low she had a hemoglobin of five normal hemoglobin is about fifteen so she lost two thirds of her blood he was you know one of the big hospitals in the New York area should dizziness shortness of breath bush's decision short of breath because she's a name make sure the colonoscopy it showed this cancer the transfers colon transfers colon is a part of the call the cross from the right side to the left side he was offered treatment she refuse refuse surgery she refused chemo through his blood transfusion she does not want those treatments she's lost weight or weight went from one eighty five to one fifty and I saw her and she has cancer in her colon we got the pathology we got a pet scan gutter stage stuff and this is the kind of work we do we do this work when people want to be treated refusing chemo refusing surgery don't want the usual therapy water chance to stop the cancer non invasively and that's what we do this is what we do every day here at thirteen eighty four Broadway Broadway thirty eight street in New York City I would have been Amanda came with prostate cancer came in with the police and seven PSA fifteen so a very high risk cancers a school teacher who sit in one of the biggest hospitals here in New York City and he said no treatment they wanted to do cryotherapy which is not the primary therapy for prostate cancer doesn't work very well it's toxic it's not considered the primary therapy he came with the Gleason seven PSA fifteen high risk cancer never treated him they wanted to them with all kinds of concoctions at this hospital by road HIFU and cryo and focused therapy for just trading part of the prostate which is proven therapy the purpose.
"lymphoma" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"He has it will come back and you only chemotherapy again to help him fight through this round of chemo is cost roughly in K. from start to finish my question is in regards to chemotherapy in the future we are unsure how long is remit remission will last how should I plan for future chemotherapy costs considering lymphoma is not curable we'll come back and I have quite a bit of debt left I should I create a sinking fund for chemotherapy or plan to cash flow his lymphoma if it comes back why did you guys give me this question you know I'm going to get so much hate mail our baby girl I love my dogs I cry when I bury them I've had a dog in my life as long as I can remember and sometimes more than one the chances I'm a multi millionaire and the chances of me spending twenty or thirty thousand dollars to keep the dog alive with chemotherapy Wallace suffering from myself version need to keep the dog alive for zero that's not fair to the dog is financially responsible sought human it's a dog the human we spend the money and you figure it out there is a differentiation between our pets and our family members even though they feel like family members and we love them deeply and we cry but you're not gonna like my answer I would not do another round of chemotherapy for ten thousand dollars I would send him to heaven and we know that all dogs go to heaven we're not sure about catch but all dogs go to heaven hi yeah you guys get so mad at me he doesn't understand what kind of a man we did **** listen it's a dog my dad should she gets a mile Apollon bringing coffee at five AM every morning and looks me in the face and not talk to it baby talk as if they can understand anything I'm saying because is dumber than a rock really but it's a sweet loving dog and I love that little dog and I will cry when that little dog is gone I will cry like a thirteen year old girl I will cry but I will not spend ten thousand dollars to keep Rufus alive he's a dog now all you folks that are thank god Madeline you just send me the hate mail and I'll burn it for canceling my god do the rest you idiots when you do that kind of stuff so you just have to have you know if you told me this was your child I would just say stop everything and power of money for your child but it's not it's not so and you cannot accuse me of not being an animal lover you cannot accuse me of not understanding the love that people have for their dogs because I am and I do that's not the point the point is it's a dog and I'm just not doing that plus the toxin it's not the dogs suffering mean you ever seen a person go through chemo it's hell it's hell it in you know it's awful but we're trying to keep a human being alive there and that is a different situation it really is different I know some people got confused about that in this culture but I'm I'm an old guy and I come from back in the old days when we had common sense about stuff open phones at triple eight eight two five five two two five David is with us and Georgia hi David how are you Hey Dave how you doing today better than I deserve what's up got a question for you for myself but you only text that contact with a charge phone she has shared with the R. S. some other happen also compromise please wait well I the results will no guarantees on the show is your take on sounds good to go straight with the IRS to assist us right and they were looking at a fairly large freighter team solomid set out by the support of a large number if they can get it done at the last close but so load board into the average compensation for them like like this your I would only use a tax attorney to do that I would not use a firm that specializes in it I would get an attorney that has a specialization in tax practice that does Aussies I think if you'll do some investigation and actually separate from the information this firm is giving you you're going to find that they almost never go through we have had customers clients that were counseling on finances that are in deep deep doo doo on all kinds of things or negotiate with all the different creditors with them for them and we work with the IRS on Lassies hundreds and hundreds of times the rules on I see an offer in compromise in order for the government to forgive and federal income tax that you you basically have to prove Popper shadows that you have no assets and no earning ability because I don't take your future running ability or they don't take all your assets before they talk about discounting your tax bill one dollar and so consequently very few people are in that situation that they have absolutely no assets ignoring ability there's a few times I've seen him do it but I would say you have less than a five percent chance of getting this tax bill reduced and if you have a substantial income or if you have assets if you have equity in your home forget it forget if they're not doing it are your being let down primrose path or get right take your money but there's this firm promising you something they cannot deliver on and for sure don't lie to the IRS that would be called fraud and that's go to jail do not pass go stuff right there so you tell the truth and if you have assets or you have earning abilities they're just not gonna do it on the statute is very clear on that show do a little bit a researcher self talk to Assad tax to to an attorney that has a specialization in tax work and see if they don't confirm what I just told you on and on no I would not give ten thousand dollars to affirm to try to get my one hundred thousand or tax bill reduced fifty thousand when you make a hundred thousand hours a year it's simply a waste of money they're not gonna do it I don't know if those are your numbers I just made those numbers up but that's I wouldn't do it William is with us in New Jersey hi William how are you all hi Dave pleasure to speak to you you too what's up hi I'm a first time caller and had recently signed listen to you so I'm calling you because I have a mess with my dad and I'm trying to figure out the best approach specifically I'd like to get out of my lease first because he was a very bad and expensive choice yeah and I I have about thirty seven Kate that I could get in the next three to four months good deal I'm wondering how can I leverage this to come out on the fringes get my dad in order right now who's the who's the fleece with it is with kia okay so you call kia and you ask them for the early buyout if you were going to buy the car and own it as like an early pay off on a loan and you compare that number to what the car which sell for some of the early buyout is thirty.
"lymphoma" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Lymphoma the plant now closed is less than a mile from the school Carol to fall another plaintiffs former guidance counselor I'm pretty mad about it I can't imagine anybody or any company putting poison in the air and taking that having money be more important in people's and Sterrett genic says they empathize with anyone battling cancer and the company is confident that is not responsible for causing the illness eighteen people are homeless after an apartment fire in the Lawndale neighborhood that took place early this morning no injuries were reported foot firefighters had to rescue several people from the windows of the three story building the cause remains under investigation Coast Guard searchers have found the helicopter reported missing in Hawaii A. B. C.'s Molly call McConnell reports the wreckage has been found in a mountainous area on the island of call white but there is no sign of the passengers that helicopter was on a tour that left just after five o'clock last night now there has been a search effort that's been ongoing we do know that the type of helicopter that was being used at the time was a Eurocopter AS three fifty and it was being flown by so fari helicopters into tour company on Kuwait there were six passengers on board plus the pilot a US special forces soldier who died in Afghanistan this week with season a Taliban weapons cache when he was killed a spokesperson for the US military says sergeant first class Michael gold was clearing out the weapons discovered in Kunduz province when the explosion happened the US is disputing Taliban claims the service members were in a convoy targeted by a roadside bomb some progress to report in Chicago with respect to gun violence this year police report fewer homicides then in two thousand eighteen police statistics show four hundred eighty four reported homicides in Chicago this year down frights hundred sixty one last year in a seven hundred seventy back in twenty sixteen at the head of the Joliet dioceses taking a medical leave bishop are Daniel Conlin's leave begins immediately a statement from the Joliet diocese did not provide any further information bishop Richard pates who serves as bishop emeritus of des Moines well service apostolic administrator in bishop Conlin's absence WGN sports more common season gone wrong for the bears they'll try to ended on the right note by beating the Minnesota Vikings in getting to aid and aid the bears will be playing without a key mix and Taylor Gabriel and Eddie Goldman as the Vikings are not playing for anything on Sunday the running back Dalvin cook will not go neither will line back there Kendricks and the quarterback Kirk cousins may sit out as well the Vikings the number six seed in the NFC college football going on right now they're in the fourth quarter the pinstripe bowl Michigan state leading Wake Forest twenty seven to twenty one should be a great one tomorrow in the college football semi final heiau state and Clemson Clemson is one twenty eight straight that's the nation's longest winning streak the Buckeyes are second at nineteen in a row before that number one Ellis you and number four Oklahoma will kick off around three o'clock and tonight it is the holiday bowl Iowa is in action in the big ten taking on the U. S. C. blackrock sake coming up seven o'clock a pre game seven thirty puck drop the New York Islanders at the United center a more common WGN sports your money on WGN Dow closing up today twenty three points nasdaq down fifteen points the S. and P. five hundred closing up just barely one tenth of a point and oil closing up four cents to close at sixty one dollars seventy two cents a barrel we have thirty four degrees now at o'hare I'm gauge one on Chicago's very own seven twenty WGN when.
"lymphoma" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"So. Gina grad New Year's. Had had a great break went to solving and fed the ostriches and who had an emergency cat scan by the way that was scary over at cedars. I'm fine. They thought I might have lymphoma. Don't I'm totally fine. All the coughing and the hacking, I wrote an apology to all Corolla show listeners. When once I got this figured out. I just got back cast member. You guys trust like I hadn't been able to control it. I I just I hadn't. So I went to pulmonologist because Dr yelled at me and asthma, and it's all on the men, and I feel much better. So got to walk every day three and a half miles, and I feel so much better. That's one of my resolutions every single day. I love it. I love my neighborhood. That was a big part of it and New Year's head of really Superfund dinner party with friends and just had a nice relaxing evening. But yeah, the resolutions I with the asthma and all the bullshit. And now I live so far from my gym. I think it's going to go back to walking. I'm not going to worry about you know, the steps and the soul cycle and all that shit right now I love walking outside. I love listening to my podcast. I love listening to stand up comedy. And that's a really good time for me to do that. So every day, I love it. I can't remember if we got into it in the news, or whatever it was of always said, classical music and walks walk walk walk. I've just known it. And then somebody tweeted me a whole article walk therapy. And how they're now using walk there being of course, that is very solid simple, basic, and extraordinarily helpful. But on unglamorous New Year's resolution, which is just walked just take a walk everyday, it feels so good. And I I'm a valley girl now, and I'm loving it. I really love the neighborhoods over there. And I love I'm not a big music person. I don't know why. But I like listening to stand up, and it's just I like to laugh, and I like to think and to come up with new ideas. Answered. So that's that's big fuck, you you fucking fucking them. The other one I've been working on our whole break, and I'm really excited about I'm going to try my best to start a new food blog, and I've come up with a bunch of different recipes and started setting that up with a couple of domain names. And having a lot of fun ordering all the right stuff. And would love suggestions from people who do that. Because that's something that I've realized I love it. I love cooking. I love coming up new recipes. I love you know, trying to figure out how to replace stuff and make it NS g I spent so much time during the break doing that. So my goals are simple this year. It's it's really continue to embrace the cooking and the healthy lifestyle that I've frankly fallen off with at the the second half of this year between the broken foot and all the bullshit and the as MMA and just being lazy and just just being an asshole. So it's time to kind of tighten all that up. And I feel really good about it. And I'm going to work on those Brian. Thank you same. Same as Gina. I'm an walk walk at any even sale loud. But I was thinking the whole time because walking all of yes last. We talked the day of our party the next very next day. A went to Lowery's with Christy for annual date. Third time into Lowery's this holiday season, wonderful prime rib, of course, a prime rib stuff dollars..