18 Burst results for "Pancreas Cancer"

"pancreas cancer" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

03:14 min | 5 months ago

"pancreas cancer" Discussed on 710 WOR

"She went to the big hospital. She had a stent plast place. She had a cancer of the pancreas. And then the first person who saw her was a surgeon. So it's a little bit opposite. Helene, who's gonna have the chemo and then the surgery with this woman had the surgery and she had surgery had a Whipple procedure, which is a super radical surgery. On her pancreas, and they removed the pancreas and part of Guantanamo and the spleen and the lymph nodes. They removed it all, they told her and one of 37 lymph nodes contain cancer. Then they said, Well, we better give you chemo because the chemo so fantastic and So she had came. Oh, so she had the same kind of recipe Helen was talking about getting in New York. This was in Detroit. So she had the surgery whip over Then she had chemo on five months of chemo when she became shed Jim side of being in Saluda. You came super toxic with collide issues so toxic that she was in the hospital for a month. And she was unable to tolerate further chemotherapy and well, then she had scans, which showed a mass in the liver. And she came to me about two years ago with pancreas cancer to travel to the Liver and she came to me her friends in New York. She has friends in New York, who told her about Dr Liederman and radio surgery, and she flew in with her husband when her family For evaluation, and we evaluated her and well should had scans before, like the last woman to tell us while the scans would find last year, and they look at him again or not, fine with same thing happened to this woman. Who had scanned so we found out. Actually, the cancer had traveled to the pancreas before. And to the liver while she came to me for treatment with stage four cancer Should pancreas cancer traveled to the liver member Should have this radical super radical surgery didn't work. The cancer came back. She had chemo didn't work. She came to me with cancer that traveled to the liver. And cancer markers that were elevated and she had a mass in the liver. This is all two years ago and, well, we offered treatment, just like we do. Just like I talk about what I talk about. It's what I do. We talk about all the options and she understood would stage four cancer is and we Talk to her, and she chose to have our treatment should have the run around in this big hospital sexual in several places in Michigan. It has very big, famous hospitals, also, by the way, and she came here for care. In fact, she gets all her care here she flies in from Michigan gets her care. And she's not rich Woman from Woman of modest means, but she wants to live and she's wants the best care and for her. It's worth it. And so she comes in. And, well, we treated her liver almost two years ago, her cancer and liver and she came in this week from Michigan for a checkup and we did a check up. Oh, did blood tests. We did a new pet scan. The cancer is gone. The cancer we treated is gone. There's no other cancer. She's had no chemo, norther radiation..

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"pancreas cancer" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

08:36 min | 6 months ago

"pancreas cancer" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"And he was diagnosed with pancreas cancer a year and a half ago, had pancreas cancer, abdominal pain, and he lost £50. He was seen by a gastroenterologist had a cat scan. He was diagnosed with pancreas cancer and then went to a Super duper pooper famous hospital had a biopsy there, Das Capi. There is thought to have localized disease and he started on chemotherapy. Five a few chemotherapy for six months, And then they told him it didn't work. And then he had a few radiation treatments that didn't work either Standard radiation and the cancer traveled to the liver. Localized cancer and he got came on. Chemo doesn't cure anybody with pancreas cancer, And then the cancer traveled Teo the liver and we talk about this all the time in the usual treatment for pancreas cancers, chemo. Why would it be the usual treatment if it doesn't cure anybody? To me. It's just not logical. If you have a treatment that doesn't work is almost guaranteed not to work. Why would you use it on patient after patient after patient and then I went to a famous hospital number one and facing hospital number two, and they all want to give me chemo and chemo is expensive. The average key most $10,000 a month is expensive. And toxic and it never really cures a patient with pancreas cancer His cancer traveled to deliver than they had more chemo that didn't work. And then the doctors got so for blundered and they didn't know what seems like they're going on. They went back to give him the chemo that wasn't working the first time. Well, In cancer if giving the same treatment that wasn't working the first time and give it again. What's the likely of it working again? In the future? It's about zero. It's pretty close to zero, and that's what they did. So they were charging whatever $10,000 a month, and you know that people getting chemo on big surgeries, a big hospitals get big bills and Cancer diagnosis is one of the biggest causes of patients to go bankrupt. They're going treatment that basically no chance to work. And then they gave her a treatment that already was proven not to work, and the cancer kept on growing. He has abdominal pain and upper quadrant pain. His weight is £127 is normal weight is 180. So he's lost £50. He's 5 ft seven. He has uncontrolled bio movements and she had the chemotherapy. I examined him and he has his pancreas, cancer, liver metastases and his treatment at that super duper place just didn't work and It's easy to understand why so many people with cancer or suspected cancer come here to get fresh ideas, and this is the work that we do every day. And if you were loved one have a cancer. Well, it's time to come. 2 30 for Broadway for better treatment, and, most likely, you will get better and more effective treatment. Don't know about a man with prostate cancers Amount. Prostate cancer's a tour guide. He was born in Guiana. He's 59 years old. He has this cancer of the prostate is a family history of prostate cancers. Father had prostate cancer. He was seen at one of the big hospitals in the five boroughs had a biopsy done five months ago. Five months ago, he had 10 cores, 10 biopsies positive for prostate cancer. And he's had no treatment and he's had a more aggressive cancer, Gleason told us educated us about the meaning of the appearance of the cancer and the prognosis. And we know that the more aggressive cancers have a worse prognosis, and he has a more aggressive cancer. Gleason seven. Biopsy positive he had colonoscopy. Cher's negative cat scan was negative. There was no spread of the cancer. And well, he came to me for treatment for this stage T one. See Gleason seven cancer and why's he here? Well, he knows that with US police and seven cancers Have a success rate of 90% with standard radiation or with surgery open surgery robotic surgery on Lee 60%, and he knows his surgery most likely loses sexual life. And you're in her life and Penis integrity, and this is a man who wants to keep his life. He's only 15 9 years old. He understands his prognosis. He's coming here because he wants 90% success rate. Not 60%. He's coming here to avoid radical surgeon robotic surgery is coming here because he wants to keep his sexual life in urinary life. And he wants to keep his Penis in tact. And this is the work. We do this Why so many men with prostate cancer come to spend. As a Gleason seven cancer, no spread of the cancer and he wants to be cured, and that's our goal for men with Prostate cancer infected, sir goal for everyone who has cancer whenever possible. This is the work we do, and we have a new book with DVD. To send you a new two part DVD about prostate cancer just calls even now at 212 choices. That number is to 12 choices in digits. It means two and 2246 42 37. Two and 2246 40 to 37 called now called a call night. Whenever you wish, call or come in. It's so important. I don't know about an 85 year old on a very spry woman. She's marriages three Children. She came with her husband, and she has multiple skin cancers. She's fair, complected blue eye to those air risk factors for skin cancers. Well shit at multiple surges of deformity of her nose and face arms and legs. Is that skin cancers for 20 years and her dermatologist Hauser, which has skin cancer. Oh, you have to have most well, Moe's is a form of radical surgery like I was talking about before you have something wrong. And next thing you know, the surgeon comes out so all we have to cut off your nose or the ear for skin cancers. That's not an exaggeration. We see so many people whose their nose or the ear part of their nose or part of their year or face or mouth or hands or feet. And this woman she already had. Sergent. Her nose and her nose has already deformed from skin cancer. Most surgery and she doesn't want it again. She's 85. She's very spry. She looks like she's 60. She wants to keep her face. She wants to keep her integrity. She wants to keep her body integrity, and this is the work. We do wearable to treat skin cancers with a huge experience over decades, with thousands of patients treated And for this woman most likely With us, her skin cancer and her nose would be successful. She keep her nose and avoid more scars and suffering, which surgery has caused her toe have scars and deformities. And she just wants not tohave surgery. She wants to have a non invasive, invisible beams to attack her skin cancer. And this is the work we do We have a new skin cancer booklet, and you might want to look at that. If you have a skin cancer, your interest in skin cancer. We want to see different methods of treatment, please cause at 212 choices. And we'll put in the mail immediately for you. Of a huge experience treating skin cancers basis own squamous cell cancers. Most anyone of the body was in the face of the hands of the feet or the digits of the toes of the arms of the legs. Are the trunk..

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"pancreas cancer" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

03:47 min | 7 months ago

"pancreas cancer" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"I've had so many phone calls and messages about a popular TV host and celebrity who was just diagnosed with stage for pancreas. Cancer. People said, Please, Dr Liederman, please reach out and help. Well, of course, we reach out through you and we tried to educate And that's why I probably so many people have called about this gentleman who's obviously well loved. And people very sad about his diagnosis of stage for pancreas cancer, So we'll talk about some of our patients with stage for pancreas, cancer and Packers cancer in this hour. What's to talk about? Well, there's lots number one. There's really no screening in general for pancreas cancer that's routinely done. Obviously, people could get things done. They're not usually covered by insurance is and most doctors and others don't recommend it. Pancreas. Cancer is one of the biggest killers and we'll talk about that to number one is very hard to diagnose pancreas cancer early by symptoms, said organ that's deep in the body. If you met, put your hand on your upper abdomen and put your brother head on the back of your Back side and the pancreas is halfway in between. So it's not something you can feel. Even if you go to a doctor's office and examine your abdomen won't be able to feel anything. There are cancer markers and cancer markers like C a 19 9. Might be useful Might be screening useful on screening could be done. Obviously, it can be done something that can't be done. There can be tests done on someone who's concerned about pancreas cancer. You get cancer markers going to see a 90 Niner c e A get ultrasound or a cat scan or an M r i of the abdomen to look and see if you haven't early pancreas cancer. Issue might be the insurance companies might not pay for that. And maybe something that people are willing to pay. Contralto negotiated a rate with the radiologist to do screening for people who are very concerned, but don't have coverage if you have symptoms if you have abdominal symptoms of dominant discomfort. Or wait lost up. Our reasons to get a scan are good reasons to get a scan. There's plenty of reasons for people to call us. You can call us two and two choices were here will take your call 24 72 and two choices to get information if you call and get up. Package of information. You actually see some of the pictures of our patients before and after, and you'll see an example of a woman who came from Russia with a big pancreas mass that we treated 10 years ago with pancreas. Cancer radiosurgery in the mass went away and the patient did very well continues to do very well and you'll see examples of her cancer and many other cancer so you can call us even now two and two choices to into 246 40 to 37. What's innovative treatment? Well, sometimes you end up with symptoms and you go to the emergency room and you have abdominal pain and they do a scan and they find the cancer and end up going. A surgeon. A surgeon pops out and wants to do a radical surgery or chemotherapy doctors and sometimes sexually very commonly, in my experience, other doctors don't talk about all the options for cancer treatment, Weather service. Brain tumor, breast cancer, lung cancer, pancreas or bladder or prostate or whatever kidney issue So many people with kidney cancers of the surgeons want to remove the kidney immediately without even talking about Other non invasive options. I see so many people who are upset they feel like they've been pushed after the fact they start to learn and understand that there were treatment options that they were never told. So after the fact So many people come and tell me, Dr Lieberman..

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Supreme Court says Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has died of metastatic pancreatic cancer at age 87

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 7 months ago

Supreme Court says Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has died of metastatic pancreatic cancer at age 87

"Supreme Court justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has died the US Supreme Court has announced that Ruth Vader Ginsberg the longest serving woman on the U. S. Supreme Court has died at the age of eighty seven in a statement the court said associate justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg died this evening surrounded by her family at her home in Washington DC due to complications of metastatic pancreas cancer Ginsburg was a strong liberal voice on issues dividing the nation battling cancer for years Jackie Quinn Washington

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"pancreas cancer" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

06:21 min | 8 months ago

"pancreas cancer" Discussed on 710 WOR

"In two choices for a free, informative booklet and DVD. Hey, Dr Liederman were back. We are back. We will talk about a patient. She's 68 years old. She's a woman with no Children. She came with her fiance. She's pancreas, cancer and pancreas. Cancer is one of the biggest Killers of American. It's often growing without you knowing about it. You can't feel the pancreas. You can't see the pancreas. And that's another reason why it's such a dangerous cancer. So this woman is 68 years old. Came to be with her fiance. She has high blood pressure and cholesterol, diabetes and abdominal pain. Jizz on narcotic. She's constipated, and about three years ago she had a hernia. Kid abdominal pain. The Marines. Shot of Pancreas, Mass. Went one of the biggest hospitals in New York. The most famous hospitals and the surgeon like I talked about so often the surgeons and, well, we better cut that thing out. Well, they operated on her. It is big Super Pooper Hospital did Radical surgery on her pancreas. And then after the surgery, she had chemo therapy for a year. Well, we know that chemotherapy doesn't cure anybody with pancreas cancer and then her cancer markers is blood test and this is very important. Many cancers have blood tests and the blood test given idea whether the cancer is gone or present. Well, her cancer markers. Air rising shouldn't repeat Cat scan and the cat scan showed the cancer came back right in the same area where the surgeon operated, and also in the lung. Well, the problem is that our surgeon and there came a doctor didn't tell her that the cancer came back in the same area. She was just in pain. They gave her narcotics. They told her. The cancer traveled in the long But I guess they were probably embarrassed or ashamed to say that the cancer came back in the same area where she had the radical Whipple procedure has abdominal pain, Jas abdominal tightness, You put moxie. Coding. And then she had constipation while narcotics cause side effects that you got constipated from the OxyContin, and she's vowed plan for more and more chemo or the chemo didn't work before. So you give her more chemo surgery didn't work. They left to cancer behind Thie chemo. Did it were the cancer came back, and now they're going to give her more of the same, which didn't work before. Does that make sense? I don't think so. I don't think that makes sense at all and we staged or are we staged her up. And like I say, we would like to know where the cancer is. We believe that patients and their families want to know what's going on. And that's what we do here. We explain what's going on. Give me documents. This is the work that we do every day. And so he staged her up. We got a pet scan. We've got cancer markers. And yes, we confirmed that the cancer was right back where it started. And the lungs. All that surgery didn't were the chemo did it were And that's unfortunate. If you look at the success rate, that's what happens most likely compared to our work for pancreas cancer when we attack the pancreas with body radiosurgery, where the first America the first in the Western Hemisphere and, of course, the first in New York, But we attack cancer, pancreas cancer. Our success rates about 94%. The rest of the life of the patients. So when we attack it, the success rate is very high where we aim the beam, which is very different than the surgery and very different than the chemotherapy, because This patient had radical surgery. Whipple procedure for Pancreas. Cancer doesn't work She had a year of chemo didn't work, and now they want to get the same treatment that didn't work. And it just doesn't make sense. And that's why so many people come here for a fresh second opinion because they want some doctor who thinks differently than their doctors. Who got them in such a pickle. Remember? Average chemo is $10,000 a month so a year of chemo $120,000 and the surgery is tens of thousands of dollars and it's not easy surgeries of this patient went through. Difficult times with surgery difficult times with chemo and it didn't work, and now they want to give her more. That's why she came here and she's getting treatment with us, and we're planning to treat the cancer of the pancreas cancer of the lungs. This is the work that we do every day at 13 80 for Broadway Broad with 38 Street in the heart of New York City, don't know what a gentleman who is 47 years old, So it's a very young man. He's from to make a black man and I say it so many times. But in the black community is an epidemic about prostate cancers. Everything you're 47, you're safe. Listen to this man. He's 47 years old. He's married. He was seen by his doctor had pelvic pain. Pain in the testicle. He hada Pierce a done just a few weeks ago. It was 280. No normal pizza is for this is 70 times, hires 280. And then he had to repeat Piazza if that was right, and it was 300 a few weeks later is 300. He had a biopsy. There was Gleason, nine. Gleason knew that there was ah Different risk for different appearances of the cancer in the old days when a biopsy would be done of the prostate be yes or no cancer or not, yes or no well. Police understood that he could help predict the future by looking at the cancer and how the cancer appeared of the microscope. He made a scale from to 10. The higher the number and this is one of the highest number is nine. Predicts a very serious outcome. So spank comes with a very high P ece, which is also prognostic indicator and the Gleason nine very similar prognostic indicator. And then he had an Ameri showing cancer growing into the seminal vesicles or seven testicles are just adjacent and superior to the prostate and in the lymph nodes. And he went to one of the most famous hospitals of New York City where they know they should know that if you have a P ece of 300 lymph nodes involved that radical surgery.

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"pancreas cancer" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

04:13 min | 10 months ago

"pancreas cancer" Discussed on 710 WOR

"He was diagnosed with pancreas cancer about a year and 1/2 ago, he had abdominal pain and £50 weight loss, abdominal pain and £50 weight loss. He was found to have a pancreas cancer. You're seen by Castera Ologists had a cat scan. He went to one of the biggest super pooper hospitals here, the biopsy done. He had five or few chemotherapy. It didn't work. He had more chemotherapy it to them to work. His cancer traveled, so it's a Problem When you give chemotherapy for pancreas cancer, we know number one doesn't cure anybody. In this case now I didn't like your him, but it didn't allow control of the cancer and the cancer's kept on growing to go to the liver. And then he tried different chemotherapies. They didn't work either is probably cross resistance. Some cancers, weather resistant tto one key mother, often resistant of many other chemo. And then the most shocking thing. They went back to the same five ofyou that didn't work at the beginning. They gave it again. So they ran out of ideas. They're giving a failed chemo. Why would they give chemo that failed before? Again. It didn't work before. It didn't work. It was toxic. Lots of costs. Lots of side effects. It didn't work. Why would you give a key mother doesn't work? Well, it didn't work on the patient became Disillusioned or smart or both. He had this chemo didn't work had cancer traveling to the liver had abdominal pain. His weight dropped from 1 80 to £127. More than £50 weight loss. He's five feet seven and I examined him. His cancer marker See, a 19 9 was very all of it. Originally 1300 And he has masses and deliver that air growing on chemotherapy. So some people think, Oh, I'm going to get chemotherapy is going to control my cancer. My doctor told me chemo goes everywhere. Chemo goes everywhere most everywhere. That doesn't mean it works. This man is a perfect example. Chemotherapy, extensive chemo therapy that never worked. Its side effects and complications from the chemo and just not work and that's why he came back here. He came back here for treatment. This is the work that we do and revelatory. The pancreas deliver you name it most likely we can help. That's why we talk about Cancer patients. There are cancer suspected cancer Come in. Come in. This is what we do every day and 13 80 for Broadway and the gentleman from Guiana, 59 years old. He's a tour guide here in New York. He has newly diagnosed prostate cancer. His father had prostate cancer, so it's in the family. Was it one of the big hospital in New York. He had 10 cores positive for cancer, most of all for Gleason, seven so more aggressive cancer, and he had a cat scan that showed no spread of the cancer had colonoscopy exam yet in large prostate So stage T one. See Gleason seven, and he wants to be treated because he knows that with us, there's a 90% success rate compared to his surgery, but 0% actually, about 60% success rate 60% so our results or 50% better. To go from 60% with surgery, too. 90% with us for Gleason, seven cancer. That's a 50% improvement and with surgery 98% of men almost all the men of sexual damage, and about 80% of men have urinary damage. And we know with surgery for prostate cancer causes shortening of the Penis. So there's lots of reasons why people with prostate cancer come to us. One is to get better results to avoid radical robotic surgery to keep sexual life. Urinary life and integrity of the Penis was about a woman who comes to us with a cancer of the Tip of her nose is disobey cious cancer. The tip of her nose had multiple skin cancers in the past, and she's had vaginal surgeries..

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"pancreas cancer" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"pancreas cancer" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Blockage of the biller tubes from his pancreas cancer he went to one of the big hospitals in New York area they put on the stand try to bypass this blockage of the pancreas cancer and it didn't work and then the biopsies and finally the ultrasound biopsy showed cancer and he had a pet scan showed cancer confined to the pancreas is offered surgery one of the big hospitals but his cardiologists tadi di he died during the surgery service surgeons pushing him to have surgery at the start out just saying Hey you're probably died during the surgery and as you could imagine surgery is not a very successful treatment for pancreas cancer he was offered came we know that chemo doesn't cure anybody by itself for pancreas cancer and so what do you do we went to California and started with concoctions Tamara can oil and animals and ozone and vitamin C. and drips and drabs and all those things that are expensive and don't work why people take concoctions and things that don't work please don't do that because while you're doing that the cancer just keeps on growing so please if you have a cancer please don't take concoctions of mega vitamins anti oxidants they don't work anything die it's going to change anything it's not diet doesn't cure anybody with cancer and finally he came here he came here he lost twenty pounds he went from a hundred and ninety to two hundred seventy two the cancer just eating away at the body causing pain and suffering he was taking the concoctions animals and died just to help surgery could have killed him chemo doesn't cure anybody he's an ex smoker and he came here for treatment we stage them up we found a two point nine centimeter mass deep in the pancreas in the seventy nine year old man and we talked about all the options and we treated him after the informed consent process explaining all the options we treated him and he came this week got a new pet scans and the cancers of bladder rated the cancer is gone only with our treatments a few of our treatments pinpoint treatments of the.

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"pancreas cancer" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"pancreas cancer" Discussed on 710 WOR

"And he had the mass in the pancreas he was seen by his doctors at one of the big hospitals in New York area he had a cat scan did a biopsy went to a second big hospital New York area that he went to a third hospital one of the biggest super duper pooper hospitals in New York City one of the most famous hospitals and they had chemo and chemo in Cabo forest pancreas cancer well I don't know why it is chemo doctors love to give chemotherapy for pancreas cancer when they know that chemotherapy can't cure pancreas cancer they should know that there's better treatment more effective treatment and they should be sending the patience here for treatment this man had chemotherapy had months and months of chemotherapy and the cancer just kept on growing it grew and the retro peritoneum wrapped around the nerves of the blood vessels in the blood clot which very commonly happens in patients with pancreas cancer he lost sixty pounds he went from two hundred and ten pounds two hundred and fifty pounds it of domino pain he was on our Karthik's he's ex smoker who's an oxy code own for pain examined him yeah the pancreas cancer growing on chemotherapy or one of the most famous hospitals here in New York was famous hospitals in the world and as doctors just wanted to give more came or send them home to die and then he heard from a radio this like you about our treatment and he had this pancreas cancer I saw him growing around the nerves arteries growing in the back of the abdomen growing during chemotherapy on chemotherapy the very famous hospital I thought well go the famous hospital everything would be okay it wasn't okay it was terrible the cancer was growing the chemo wasn't working it was cost a lot of money was toxic nothing it helped this man is a bit of three big hospitals here in New York City and then he came here we talked about all the options and we treated them here after informing of all the risks and benefits and alternatives to talk about all the options you chose our treatment after being at all these big hospitals and had to be that this chemotherapy which failed Dan was toxic it was left in pain and was left with cancer wrapped around the arteries and nurse we treated him and we to them two years ago and he has been cancer free ever since he said scans his physical exam as blood test he is cancer free doing well in remission years after our treatment wed three big hospitals gave chemo and then left him with the cancer kept growing and that's why so many people come here for fresh second opinions so if the doctors.

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"pancreas cancer" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"pancreas cancer" Discussed on 710 WOR

"For pancreas cancer and many people live in fear of pancreas cancer because it is often so deadly so freight with other options so difficult or not very successful we know that chemo doesn't really hear anybody with pancreas cancer the best of my knowledge a slow it down temporarily but lots of people don't like that idea that only works temporarily or the side effects of the chemo generally goes throughout the body our treatment is just the opposite it's pinpoint treatment non invasive treatment how does radiosurgery work and we have many other kinds of treatment I should tell you it's only our treatment because it's not we have many other treatments available for patients with cancer or cancer treatment center located thirteen before Broadway that's all that we do have a team of doctors and physicists does some interest technicians nurses and staff all devoted to you this is what we do and for this woman we were all devoted to her we still are devoted to her but now it's different gender treatment more than two years ago she is cancer free she came in this week doing well she's happy she's got a new scale everybody and blood tests she is cancer free more than two years after our treatment I can tell you that she's very very very very very content her daughter is even I think more content to have her mother at age eighty five the trip was given with no side effects well tolerated easy treatment this is the work that we do every day at thirteen eighty four Broadway Broadway in thirty eight street in the heart of New York City if you want more information.

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"pancreas cancer" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"pancreas cancer" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Eight years old who had a localized cancers. Locally advanced Bruce localized having spread and he started chemotherapy. And he hated the key. Komo therapy hated how we made them feel and so he stopped the chemo. And then he went for three or four months. With no treatment. Well, another teaching point cancer doesn't wait for you doesn't wait for anybody. This person had some chemo, and then nothing was done just gave up on the medical system because he didn't like the medical system. It didn't do him any favors. He felt he had this cancer. Which is sad news. Then you had the chemo, which was sad news. So he stopped everything until a listener someone like you. Maybe you told them to call Dr Liederman, and then he came in. And he told me this story about being in these three big hospitals and are viewed as records and he was an ex smoker. Physical exam was not very remarkable hit a drainage tube in place, but other than that normal physical accepts it tells you something else, which is normal physical exam doesn't mean you don't have pancreas cancer. That's why testing is done and there's not routine testing to find pancreas cancers early, but his was found early because of the jaundice, so sometimes warning signs like jaundice lead to serious problems in Hammett did. But then he didn't get the best possible treatment he got treatment, which he hated stopped the chemo took four months came to us. I saw him we restaged and in that period of time, the cancer grew and it spread to lymph nodes. So again, another teaching point just because you stop the chemo doesn't mean the cancer stops and just because you're the test for months ago, showing the cancer spread that doesn't mean the cancer hasn't spread today. And then this man, he stopped the chemo. The cancer spread came to me we got him staged up. And now, here's a pancreas cancer and lymph node involvement. Now, it's all localized lymph nodes. And therefore, we believe we should give him the most aggressive possibilities that we talked about all the possibilities is that is not really a surgical case right now, you can have chemo chemo for the rest of his life. If he wants president want that. And it's not a very good option. Chemo by itself. Doesn't cure anybody. So it doesn't really want that. And he wants our tree. Why does he want her treatment because we have the beam for pancreas cancer a ninety percent success rate in stopping the cancer? And that's what he wants to have some control of this cancer to try to stop it. Because he hasn't wanted to stop him. So lots of lessons here have jaundice, go to.

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"pancreas cancer" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

03:18 min | 2 years ago

"pancreas cancer" Discussed on 710 WOR

"And doctor doctor got a blood test and the alkaline foster taste, which is an enzyme from the liver was elevated. And he did a cat scan and found a mass in the pancreas. He told her that the alkaline phosphates was a sign of pancreas cancer. Well, it's not just a minute. So she went to one of the big hospital shed robotics surgery to remove the the distal part of her pancreas. And then they found three tumors three tumors, and I called the pathologist while the patient was often do that. So the patient, and I can understand the most. Because I read the report it wasn't clear. There was three tumors and two cancers in her. Pancreas, doctor cutout half of it. But it's the same doctor told her that the alkaline phosphates was the sign of the cancer of the Alkan fossil tastes a of the cancer and the Kansas cut out, then the Oakland phosphates should be back to normal. Right. Well, according to his logic, at least, not my logic so repeatedly Oakland, foster taste still elevated. So what does this mean for number one? We know that many people with pancreas cancer die. They die of the pancreas cancer. Number two. What he told her that the relationship of alcohol taste to the pancreas cancer. Really wasn't true foster tastes was high before it's still high before and after the surgery, it's unrelated there are the possibility of further treatments for her. Why further treatments because we know that most people with pancreas cancer end up succumbing to their disease, although I can tell you about one of our patients who just flew in from. Tijuana Mexico with pancreas cancer. She was worked up in Mexico. She had biopsies which failed. They tried to open up her body to cut out the cancer of the pancreas at failed cancerous wrapped around plug vessels. She flew from Tijuana here to New York or family her son in law and daughter heard about our innovative work here. She saw chemotherapy doctors chemotherapy doctors wanted to give her chemo endlessly only, and she saw me, and we fought we really fought over the direction because. Number one, chemo doesn't cure anyone with pancreas cancer. And yet that doctor wanted to give her endless chemo number two. We know that there's only two ways of potentially curing pancreas cancer surgery, one is radiation and why withhold the two best treatments. Knowing already the surgery didn't work. So why would he give chemotherapy endlessly? Well, we we know a lot about the chemotherapy industry. There's a lot of ties between the pharmaceutical companies and chemo doctors, and we saw that this past week the last few weeks with certain doctors are getting thousands hundreds of thousands even millions of dollars from the drug companies and certain doctors are promoting drugs that don't work when they work for the drug company. Well, we don't want that we want a pure innocent way of treating patients the best possible way. We don't take any money from..

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"pancreas cancer" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"pancreas cancer" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Whether it's new cancer recurrent cancers small or large anywhere in the body and many people come to us. They said they'd never heard about radio surgery. We know that we know that it's sometimes very hard to get that information out of doctors, especially those who are proposing chemo and surgery. That's why we encourage people to get a fresh second opinion. But on the other hand, there's many doctors who listen to this show, and many doctors who send their patient to us, and they do so because they know our results in our work and many doctors themselves come to us for treatment. Just this week. We had a very prominent orthopedic surgeon with unreceptive pancreas cancer had pancreas cancer. In the pancreas and adjacent lymph node. He was seen at one of the biggest hospitals in New York. They tried to do surgery on him. They were unable to remove the tumor because it was wrapped around the blood vessels and the intestines. He came to us. It was treated and thank God. He is in remission. We just got a pet scan this week the cancer's gone. He is feeling well, and he's happy. And this is the work that we do. This is a surgeon orthopedic surgeon in New York City now in remission from pancreas cancer that was locally advanced. So yes, there's many reasons to come and many doctors come to us as patients, many doctors said their patients, and of course, many people come and the whole part of this show is to educate each one of you. So the you get the best chance to get the best treatment for yourself or your loved ones because it's really hard. When you go to a hospital or doctor, you're dealing with healthcare professionals who are out every day doing their thing and this.

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"pancreas cancer" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"pancreas cancer" Discussed on 710 WOR

"We treated her and now two and a half years later. She is cancer free. She's got a new pet scans got cancer markers. She is in great shape. She flies back and forth as family in New York is family in Tijuana where she lives she's doing. Well, she even brought me a box of fine cookies from Tijuana there. I will tell you very very fine. So this is the work we do for pancreas cancer have a whole series of patients with pancreas cancer that we're able to treat early before the chemo and the surgeons kind of do things with a cancer starts traveling. That's when the cancer can get into the bloodstream and doctors who give chemo just do not know when the cancer is going to travel because again, chemo doesn't cure pancreas cancer, two ways to cure, pancreas cancer, one is surgery and with this woman the cancer. Was wrapped around her blood vessels arteries surgery was not possible. She had surgery they peaked, and they shrieked she had our treatment pinpoint treatment and now two and a half years later. She is cancer free her pet. Scan is fine. Or cancers are markers are fine. There's no evidence of cancer. She had no further treatment. She is very happy. I'm happy happier daughters. Happier. Son-in-law's happy everyone's happy because she is cancer free. And I can tell you we give good news to patients, and we're able to do that. Whether it's for that skin cancer or for the lung cancer, we talked about or the prostate cancers of the bladder cancers are gone Akhlaghi cancers. The.

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"pancreas cancer" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"pancreas cancer" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Early breast cancers and we also treat very advanced breast cancers retreat breast cancer so tiny You're going to sit. Under microscope Some breast cancers we. Treat our, occupying the whole breast they've just I think the woman is just a freight of going to a hospital freight of chemo and. Surgery and wants non invasive treatment and so we can deal with. Most any situation for breast cancer So treated the friend's mother now this woman Laurie has a pancreas cancer and it's spread to deliver so. What does that mean well the pancreas is an Oregon that's deep in the body so you can't really feel it and so there's not, really early diagnosis I guess you could get a cat. Scan or, ultrasound for those that consider the routine care in America some people probably do get that should remember Steve Jobs had a pancreas. Cancer was found by cat scan that was done for another reason And then when, he was diagnosed with the. Pancreas cancer you went out and did concoctions juicing another things which has. Zero chance to succeed why? Am, I saying that well just in case you have a, cancer taking choosing or concoctions vitamin. C. ozone layer hyperthermia or herbs or. Mega vitamins those are all scams there's so many scams out there but there are some real treatments and. That's what lorries asking about other real treatments for pancreas cancer that's traveled to the liver pancreas cancer that's localized and the answer is yes Now I would tell you that she was, seen by chemo doctors says what she wrote me a letter just a few minutes. Ago and you can write? By, the way also you can write me if you.

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"pancreas cancer" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"pancreas cancer" Discussed on 710 WOR

"And with us we have a high success rate ninety percent of treating this sarcoma in the right and left lung this is what we do and we follow the patients many people say oh dr liederman do follow the patients yeah of course we follow patients for the life of the patient as long as needed twenty years twenty five years the life of the patient and we're talking about a woman who seventy one from czechoslovakia she comes in with a uterine cancer she has one child and recently shed vaginal bleeding should a dnc which is a scraping of the uterus the uterus scraping actually showed this endometrial cancer and then she went to one of the big hospitals and one of the boroughs of new york city and cheddar uterus removed and her tubes removed but the complications of surgery she was left unable to hold her urine she now is urinary incontinence which is all new and she comes to us with this high grade cancer and a positive note and she wants to know the best treatment and this is the work that we do for people with high grade tumors who have a high chance of recurrence we offer what's called agitation therapy it of course who would stage the patient up and make sure there's no cancers traveled anywhere else in the body agim it means extra therapy extra therapy to try to prevent the cancer from growing back and we're talking about a sixty five year old woman from jamaica married with five kids came with her daughter and just a couple of months ago she had abdominal symptoms poor appetite and she was found the cancer in the pancreas and liver and she had biopsy proven adenocarcinoma the pancreas liver and she they wanted to give her chemotherapy she just did not want it so she's had cat scans she's has diabetes she's on insulin and she comes to me wanting other treatments for her pancreas cancer and her mri shows diseases in the liver lymph nodes shed a brain mri even which is totally cleaned so what's her success rate for treating the pancreas cancer since ninety percent.

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"pancreas cancer" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"pancreas cancer" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Saw a patient this past week gentleman with pancreas cancer just friday night i saw the last patient of the week and he's a young man fifty years old is a pancreas cancer it's wrapped around the blood vessels he had chemotherapy chemo chemo chemo and i know the chemo doctors are hot to give chemo endlessly and not to do chemo and radiation together i know that because i have a knock down drag out fights with them and then he had standard radiation when the chemo didn't work so i had six months of chemo than he had weeks and weeks of standard radiation to hit the pancreas cancer not didn't work and now for the last year and a half he's been on more chemo and that's not working well how do i know it's not working he started the last chemo seven months ago he's still on the same chemo for seven months but six months ago he had a cancer markers c a ninetynine is a cancer marker for pancreas cancer six months ago his marker was eighty he's been on the same chemo for seven months and then three months ago i went through charter through probably two hundred pages of his papers friday night and his cancer marker was up to one hundred twenty so the doctors knew three months ago that his chemo wasn't working and guess what they did they kept on giving the same chemo was working i honestly was shocked i was shocked on one hand and thought while more of the same this is what happens out there if the chemo's not working then why give it it doesn't make sense maybe it's good for the doctor to give chemo maybe the doctor win something at the hospital when something the drug company win something but we're doctors and we are not here for ourselves we're not here for the hospitals around here for the president of the hospital we're not here for the drug company we're here for the.

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"pancreas cancer" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"pancreas cancer" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Choices to one two choices this is the work that we do every day and i speak about a woman who seventy seven from bill roose from one of the former republics of soviet union she's seventy seven she's widowed cheddar son he died the husband died should pancreas cancer four years ago she's diagnosed with pancreas cancer cheddar fifteen pound weight loss she went to one of the super duper saint elsewhere is in new york city shed this pancreas cancer than she had chemo and radiation surgery and we've called for the record you came without records but she's continuing to lose weight which is always worrisome two years ago or wait was one fifteen eighty five pounds and she is suffering share some confusion and difficulties swallowing and digestion mature an exam her exam itself was quite good but we're testing here body to make sure the cancer hasn't traveled it doesn't trowel then we'll talk about all the options that are available to her and you get to listen in you get to hear what we're doing every step of the way for this with pancreas cancer confusion and difficulty and spread we're here to help her we're here to help her to see why she has all these troubles so if you want follow up care if you've had treatment elsewhere dude you're not satisfied this woman had chemotherapy and surgery for pancreatic cancer and now she's losing weight and having difficulty swallowing could have confusion she is here to get checked up and many patients come on their own many families call us at two and two choices two choices to make an appointment to get worked up to see where they stand to have an independent view of the cancer so again our number is two and two choices if you wish give us a call and ask us your questions when you come in for consultation my name's sector liederman we'll be right back when.

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"pancreas cancer" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"pancreas cancer" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"For a free informative booklet and dvd hey dr liederman were back thank you that's such a liederman we have lots to talk about seventy two years old she was married four times been horse for about six months he went to the caribbean saw doctors in the caribbean but he's not he's from new york city just went down there for vacation i guess for a few months he smoked for sixty of seventy two years he's got some lymph nodes enlarge his neck his weight is one sixty and stable he's about five foot six he said ear pain and he's got this massive the neck and he's horse and this trouble swallowing and well i examined him and he's got a mass his voice box and he's been seen by a variety of other doctors but he came here because he just couldn't get a diagnosis elsewhere so we found a voice box cancer over court cancer we staged a mop he has cancer in the long so now he has stage four cancer and he comes to us with stage for cancer so it's another warning scientists stopped smoking smoking is dangerous business and most likely this record cancer is from smoking usually responds very well he was seen by a throat doctor who said he's got a very narrow airway and he does not want a tracheotomy he wants our treatment to kill the cancer to open up the airway and to get his hoarseness in his pain gone and that's the work that we do here at radio surgery new york every day we treat a lot of men and women with had an cancers in the mouth tongue nasal fairfax voice box or affair ix gladys that's the work we do with high degrees of success we'll talk about a gentleman with pancreas cancer a recurrent cancer and chemotherapy is only fifty four years old he's married with four kids he's from dominican republic he was jaundice he went to one of the big hospitals in new york city he was found to have pancreas cancer was localized he had chemotherapy and standard radiation it just didn't work.

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