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"testicular cancer" Discussed on Kickass Boomers

Kickass Boomers

05:10 min | Last month

"testicular cancer" Discussed on Kickass Boomers

"Two months improved survival at the price of all those side effects with the exception of 5, 5 to 7 disease entities that work like I understand you had a lymphoma. Leukemia is sometimes curable. And several other things including testicular cancer respond pretty well to their chemotherapy. But the rest of them it just hardly works at all. And the references are in my book butchered by healthcare, which has if you get the ebook version, you can find over 500 links to the references. So nothing I say is original. It's all derivative of other whistleblowers. The only thing I did was I put it all together. And you know, I have a friend that died years ago from breast cancer. And the breast cancer didn't kill her what killed her was all of the medications she was taking. It killed her liver. Her liver died. And she died a terrible death because when your liver's dying, you blow up and you can't was horrible. It's just a horrible death. And it was bit from all the medication. Her liver just couldn't handle it anymore. Well, we can't judge an individual circumstance, right? And so maybe medicine is definitely in our and if these oncologists practiced it as an art, we might have better success ratio instead of just indiscriminately applying the most expensive thing to anyone who came along. So again, I don't want to underestimate how difficult it is to be a cancer doctor or the choices they face. But as it's practice currently, it's a mess..

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"testicular cancer" Discussed on Your Transformation Station

Your Transformation Station

04:06 min | 3 months ago

"testicular cancer" Discussed on Your Transformation Station

"The pharma companies come into the doctor's office service dinner and they they give free samples and do all these things for us and it basically destroys our ability to be objective. And do what we're supposed to do which is focused on patient outcomes and our and do the best thing for our patients one of the egregious. Examples of this is oncology cancer therapy where over half perhaps seventy five percent of these guys incomes is from retailing. chemotherapy drugs. Now if you're a doctor. And i was a doctor and i told you. Here's a product or a medication. Sell this and you keep twenty five percent or twenty percent that's a federal crime called capping and we both go to jail if we were caught but there is an exception for these pharmaceutical companies. And they're allowed to To do this. And they've basically got the oncologist or the cancer. Doctors completely bought out. It's not like they give them meals or anything like that. They and the story gets worse. They are incentivized by the milligram. In other words they're incentivized use larger doses. Because they get paid more for larger doses. Now of course. Doctors are trained in ethics and were one of the most highly skilled and best trained groups of large groups in america. But it's impossible to nor ignore influences like this. And if for that reason and others perhaps more importantly oncology is almost completely ineffective there are about five or six entities or diseases that can be effectively treated testicular cancer..

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"testicular cancer" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:09 min | 10 months ago

"testicular cancer" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Dina Bair explains. The most common signs of testicular cancer are painless lump. It's the first sign to get checked out. And it's what led Kevin Hall to the doctor in 2011. I didn't know what my journey was gonna be, but 38 years old at the time, Kevin did know he wanted to have a second child with his wife, Kirsten. Getting diagnosed was a real significant moment, not only because of what was happening to me, but Who else was going to be impacted? Unfortunately, while it's rare overall, Kevin was one of the unique situations where he had bilateral means. He had testicular cancer. He had tumors and both of his testicles, and the news was even worse. Kevin's tumor had already spread and they confirmed that I had Cancer up in my abdomen, So I was going to face multiple surgeries and likely I was gonna face chemotherapy, but we have to navigate within the whole process of his diagnosis and treatment. How we can treat his cancer how we could treat his cancer effective way and also have maintained his quality of life in terms of father and future Children. That meant consulting a cancer fertility specialist to bank sperm for future use. One of the first things we dead upon recommendations of our great doctors was Take that. Take the time to store whatever sperm you can now so that you can plan for your family. Later, As Kirsten underwent the in vitro fertilization process, Kevin endured multiple surgeries to read his body of cancer, including the removal of lymph nodes in his abdomen. It was such a joy. To know that even though we had gone through such a dark time in our lives with what Kevin was going through that we were still gonna be able to grow our family and still have the chance. Have her have a younger brother, sister one year later at the end of his cancer course. He was born just after I was given the all clear Oscar arrived to join Big sister Annika. Not only did we conquer cancer, but now we welcomed in our second child. We didn't catch it early, unfortunately, but it goes to show that you can successfully treat Patients with advanced testicular cancer very successfully with high rates of cure, you can get through it..

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"testicular cancer" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Q&A

Mayo Clinic Q&A

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"testicular cancer" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Q&A

"Maintained which which is great news for our patients very reassuring considering the age range that we're talking about people who are looking forward to starting families at some point such actually you mentioned earlier. The advances that have been made in the last two years and decades in the in the field. And i'm wondering what is the research. That's currently ongoing regarding stickler cancer and what do you think is coming down the pike. There's always been A lot of cutting edge research looking at how we can better stage patients. Meaning how you know when you come back for your follow up after the testicles removed are we will kind of scans are we doing. We're trying to minimize radiation exposure and things of that nature. I really think the most the hottest topic these days pertains to briefly mentioned this. There's these chemicals that we measure in the blood called tumor markers that are secreted by certain types of tumors and there's a lot of nuance there And there's a lot of imperfection in some of these markers but lately there's been an interest in What's called micro aren. A which is a really fine tuned cellular marker that we can measure in the blood that seems to be a great resource for us to to identify those patients who may have recurrence of their testicular cancer. But we're not seeing it on their images and so this may actually be an opportunity for us to further enhance our follow up for our young men and a safer and more efficacious manner and ultimately that may lend towards differences in how we offer chemotherapy and radiation therapy surgery. No we just finished a trial up here at mayo clinic for patients who had more advanced testicular cancer. Where historically they'd be offered radiation or chemo and instead we're offered surgery and we are one of the leading centers here And the outcomes look very promising. The final results have been published yet. But you know the ability to avoid chemotherapy and radiation and undergo a surgical procedure where young men tend to recover quite..

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"testicular cancer" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Q&A

Mayo Clinic Q&A

05:57 min | 1 year ago

"testicular cancer" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Q&A

"So a young man might find a lump. Might be the way that this that this would be discovered in his testicle and after getting up the courage to ask someone about it. What are the steps in diagnosis. So i think anytime. A young man notices a new lumper of bump in the testicle it can be very stress provoking for that young man but just important to know that there are a lot of other reasons that you can have a lump a bump in the testicle and so the first step is really to just get into to visit with a health care professional to have a an examination. Oftentimes if we feel something abnormal will will do. What's called a testicular ultrasound. And that's a noninvasive tasks. There's no pain associated with that is just a way for us to actually image and take pictures of the testicle to look and see. Is that a lumper bump something. That's concerning for testicular. Cancer will usually also get blood tests looking for what are called. Tumor markers in these are Basically compounds that we can measure in the blood that are sometimes associated with stickler cancer. Sometimes the tumors can secrete specific chemicals An ultimate if we're highly suspicious for testicular cancer in this is different than some other types of cancer the way we diagnose this is actually to get a tissue diagnosis by removing the testicle Via a surgery. It's an outpatient surgery. the recovery is is pretty quick and most guys do august. Do really well without surgery but but really that is the way. We make that final diagnosis. What are the treatment options that are available. And how do you know which treatment to give a young man testicular cancer. In general the the treatment algorithm always starts again with that surgical removal the testicle for the majority the vast majority of men. That's the treatment. Once you remove those cancer cells removed the testicle. That oftentimes is all that that man will ever need for treatment of their testicular cancer. We do need to follow people closely because there is a chance that cells can spread outside the body. I call them rogue cells for most men. That's the that's the treatment now if there's been Cancer that spread outside. Oftentimes that will. I go to lymph nodes that sit in..

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"testicular cancer" Discussed on MinddogTV  Your Mind's Best Friend

MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

06:41 min | 1 year ago

"testicular cancer" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

"Your health when it comes to anything else in life really are you also think that was important to get. Scientific validation of some of this stuff because there is so much out there knowing what's real and what's not and people can be gullible and I'll give you another example of that. In this healing world I was in with the handle on healing hands over healing There was a gentleman who had test out testicular cancer and was on the table and they presentation the hands over stuff and pronounced him. Healed, not cured never used the word cured pronounced him. He'll than people celebrate it and they were crying tears and all God bless you. Everything's GonNa be okay and six months later he died of. Cancer and so. Knowing. You know that's why I think some of this stuff really needs to be. Looked at from time to point of view and I, understand that. The? The conflict there sometime between science and this stuff. But I think it needs to be open in that dialogue needs to happen and and by being too confrontational to with or oppositional. One or the other science or belief or however you want to put it. We close the doors being closed down the dialogue, which is why I like having people on this show. Like you on the show so. Hopefully if somebody's all scientific bent they. Open their ears, open their minds a little bit. But I also think it has to happen on your on your side events and I don't mean to put you on that side of the fence with a with a phony healers and stuff but with the people who tend to believe in more new agey at in many if that's the right way to describe it but these are out there ideas whereas from the perspective of traditional medical. any any thoughts on that? Yeah, well I think there is something interesting that happens when there's kind of A. Better term like a cult like mentality because again I think that's where would cold to actually. I I'M NOT GONNA say healers exist. But I think when again when you disconnect from what actually your body is telling you. then. You're kind of on this bandwagon that may not actually be the right thing for your like maybe your intuition would say, don't even go in that building known. Yeah. There is an interesting anybody watches netflix. There's the heel documentary, which is interesting where. People found, and this is like a little bit of my realm wear. This is my belief that like your mind body soul emotions, memories, all of it is connected. So I remember for instance, like there is a man with cancer and the documentary and he had a lot of pent up anger and when that anger could be released like because it stored on your body. And emotions just. In, ocean in your body. So if it doesn't get released, that's going to cause. A lot of issues including chronic. So. So, I'm not gonNa ever tell someone even though I teach about intuition I would never say don't listen to your doctor or stop going to your doctor. Your intuition will probably lead you to a doctor at some point. Use your intuition to to the good doctor. Absolutely. Yeah. That's why I don't teach anyone like what you should eat these certain foods or take the supplements like your. And your body will tell you exactly what you need. It's not my job. Well I'm a huge believer in intuition and It's it's really hard to quantify or really measuring in any way but I think everybody every human being has experienced at least one time where they've had that I know I know what I'm getting into here and it's either good thing or a bad thing and have a really strong feeling about it and it's absolutely true. So that is a kinesthetic connection to outside influence outside exterior real. Stimulus now, that's what that's really what that is and then paying it and then having cognitive ability to say what did I just feel. So you have to tie what you've mentioned ego and intuition you have to tell you cognition with your actual kinesthetic in your feelings emotions and and that that's something as American in in in the Western A, we are taught to really kind of not pay attention to our emotions a lot you know and tried to stay between the and cognitive mode. So it's a little more difficult for us. No. Yeah. It's I will say though it's a skill anyone can pick up. That's teach meditation as one of the methods because that is where. You know if you're like a normal busy person you have a job you have kids whatever you're. You are in your head a lot and so. If you can never basically a meditating, you're gonNA give your ego, your chatter, remind like a ten minute vacation, and then you can start to actually notice what's happening in your body. Naturally hear the voice of your intuition. So. Couple of things I want to talk about that are on the website that I. I know I won't cards through Tarot cards they part of your practice and you use them. And I actually don't teach them I. They aren't intuitive tool for me. Yeah. I know there are people have. Different reactions towards them. Some people, some people find them as entertainment other people think of him as. An amateur the people who you grew up around in the Bible belt there probably come be on that side of it quite often but So a lot of people have a really bad reaction to even seeing them just describe what role they play in what you do. Yeah so for me. It's not it's not one of the healing methods that I teach because I actually don't use them consistently but I just know them as an another way like a it's nice to have like a hands on way to connect with your intuition sometimes. So yeah it's it can be released in bowl on just like asking a question and then you know and just drawing some cards in. Times I don't even actually like draw them. They kind of like fall out. Like Oh, this one out..

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"testicular cancer" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"testicular cancer" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"That'll work for, You know, whatever, anyway, so they're just saying that, you know It is kind of it is having an impact that there and that what they want is doctors for men not only to be reminding younger men to be feeling their balls for, you know. Lumps like particular cancer, testicular cancer, but they want doctors to start asking. Young, younger men there. Whatever. Whatever Urology if you got whatever it might be, But it is part of health. How much porn are you watching? Oh, so it would be. Do you feel safe in your home? How much porn you're watching. How much alcohol you do. Drink a week on. Do you smoke? Yeah. Wept before. Yeah. Okay, so they just said, you know, it would just be a good thing for people to know Er, because if somebody lie like they lie about all the other, maybe not. But if you are seeing a urologist, for whatever reason and the guy and they would ask you that, right? They're just they're They're trying to advocate for that being so that you know. To me. I could have just told them all, Gloria. We should have called you think of the money you would save people. If they would just call you. You were the source. You're like the Monterey. But 26% of men under the age of 35 have erectile dysfunction. It had never been that high of a number. That's huge, And the only thing they can really find, I would always warn is, why would a credit to the laptop energy on top of the the junk? I mean, think of how much this generation has grown up with laptops on there, That's more fertility and motility of sperm. Alright, that's not affecting the heat of the thing isn't affecting their wiener. Otherwise, people in hot countries would never get directions. Well, I'm just thinking of the it's it's It's the way that you can get the Bam bam bam! You know the instant gratification. Really people don't work that way. Anyway, That's high number. Daddy's say number has never been that no..

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"testicular cancer" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"testicular cancer" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The song just say testicular cancer can be treated successfully with fewer chemotherapy drugs than currently used their research found that one cycle of chemotherapy was as effective at preventing the disease from returning as the standard two cycles this also reduce the side effects of patients testicular cancer is the most common type of cancer in young men between the ages of fifteen and fifty BBC news

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Testicular cancer: 'Kinder' chemotherapy is 'just as effective'

BBC World Service

00:26 sec | 2 years ago

Testicular cancer: 'Kinder' chemotherapy is 'just as effective'

"The song just say testicular cancer can be treated successfully with fewer chemotherapy drugs than currently used their research found that one cycle of chemotherapy was as effective at preventing the disease from returning as the standard two cycles this also reduce the side effects of patients testicular cancer is the most common type of cancer in young men between the ages of fifteen and fifty BBC news

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"testicular cancer" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

05:21 min | 2 years ago

"testicular cancer" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Fancy elevator king of the hill yeah just like illness testicular cancer I was really wrong well I was feeling bad a joke about sometimes okay thank you thank porch but yes let's talk about sports pirates have you had a package stolen off of your porch design that I am aware of yet okay so I I am very worried about it and I worry about my neighbors when they were out of town I think people are more vigilant about like Hey I'm not there I know a package was just delivered my neighbor just ask me can you run over and put it in my garage I happily obliged yes of course because there's nothing worse than getting notification saying your packages been delivered coming home and it's not there yeah that's really decide just like circling neighborhoods which makes me so sad guess what you idiots most people have rain cameras now right yes and we have neighborhood watch we have a Facebook page sorry for calling it we have it right yeah we have a Facebook page for my neighborhood and there are been quite a few posts on there hated somebody get my package it says it was delivered and it is not here so I've seen a lot of that so none of us really know if things are being stolen but I have a package from the seas are now that I ordered on Black Friday it went out for delivery on December third no bail okay I have an email that says to be delivered on December tenth guess what is not here from Macy's it is my Christmas pajamas so I'm gonna go naked we appreciate that I won't do that to kids but I ordered for the first year my husband said let's order matching pajamas that's Q. every everybody matching pajamas guess who's didn't show up because my work sent separately for some reason so I had a plan I figured it out but I reached out to Macy's they canceled my order okay Zhai's refunded my money okay if you get the package just keep it which that's great customer service I was amazed song I don't know if it was stolen but if you are sick and tired of your package is being stolen if they have or you're worried about it have we got an idea for a woman that bamboozled these thieves into taking her garbage in stead here's what she does she packed up her garbage in Amazon boxes and put it on the front porch just to get rid of her garbage and she thinks I guess her thought processes they keep grabbing my garbage they'll stop coming by because they're gonna think whatever sliver to my door probably isn't delivery it's just my trash taped up in a box it's a great idea I've seen some other people do things like this on you tube I'm one woman packed up all of her baby's diapers all use the baby's diapers in a box on another one put like Jerry rigged ugh in a stink bomb I think we have like a glitter bomb there was a letter bomb to on all sorts of stuff I think it's just brilliant I mean how fighting factory you to run up to a door and take a package most of the time happening in broad daylight like I think they're probably looking at watching these houses to see if anybody's home I think you're right which is scary in itself to think somebody's watching my home yeah just like this is a one and done so the woman that did this in Colorado springs she's a mother of four she says the porch pirates have claimed twenty of her packages holiday season that is why she was like I am fed up yeah I'm done I'm going to tape my trash up and put it on my front porch I love this is a great idea you know if you do this let us now and let us know if it's taken you done to kind of you know way towards them off twenty packages were stolen from already lost twenty plus packages including diabetes medicine for her daughter that's a horrible I know now right this is the part of the program were Ryan's gonna call this woman an eighty I'm just say I'm not calling formal ports piracy there's a special place in hell for the apple but after the first or second package once you start going to the store and buying buying their yeah six maybe she had you know fourteen packages on her porch at one time here like three or four there was one day I got home and I was like loops there are seven boxes here one day she left a note for the thief that said to me three U. zero stop stealing blank and you won't be dealing with blank I old law and I love her we have a call coming in I don't know that we're gonna have enough time now Ryan saying now all that's too bad call back from the got some good advice will love will answer your call off the air and pass the information along okay okay where are we in the show the college of pop culture not only when we come right back are you ready Kelly now I'll never me either you can check us out on Facebook live if.

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Movember: Early detection is key

Mo'Kelly

02:00 min | 2 years ago

Movember: Early detection is key

"Everybody's got a moustache why because its mould them Burr and we're coming down to the end of November and I know you've probably heard me on ten calmly junior I probably sitting with prices for a minute or two later on tonight for me when the US of a major earlier today and this really serious and it's something that more men should be willing to discuss now animal Kelly show we talk about some of these health issues all the time if only because to Wallace sharp is are walking medical dictionary if there's a procedure he's gone through it if this is a medical terminology or billing issue he's had to deal with it so it's something that we talk about more often but men generally don't usually want to talk about issues such as like testicular cancer or colon cancer and I would wonder I know what I'm not saying it is a both I'm just saying because it's something that men should know do you as a man know how to examine yourself for testicular cancer or symptoms of that signs of that do you know what the symptoms and signs of colon cancer all are you willing to have a colonoscopy by age fifty this is my last weekend in my forties I'm not happy about it I'm struggling with it I'm not going through a midlife crisis because I damn sure know that I'm not mid life anymore I'm on the wrong side of that mid life crisis and that's a crisis but none the less and I say it with a jovial spirits the reality is is something that we as men have to be willing to be honest about and I always say you can lie to me just don't lie to yourself these are things that we use men must need to take care of another words do you know the symptoms of within large prostate do you know what how that manifests itself as far as urination frequency of urination at night stopping and starting out of urine flow when you trying to go to

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"testicular cancer" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"testicular cancer" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Everywhere landed wide Swiss Switzer contest free they is Switzerland I'm sorry Switzerland has higher sperm Carl than Denmark Norway and Germany but it's lower than Finland Lithuania as the Tonia in Spain so the Spanish men have I guess if you're trying to get pregnant with the European call this way yeah go to Spain yeah your chances yeah also you know Switzerland neutral country neutral sperm so just you know yeah maybe no I there I don't know it's some kind of a thing they were looking at they're trying to figure out some causes of testicular cancer because in all seriousness men are very familiar with the rod but not the underlying carriage which we call the real because that's not what they're feeling when they're having their feelings yeah so there's too much testicular cancer is just like crazy between eighteen and thirty we got a handle the vet I know but they don't they're trying to figure out why a our young men getting testicular cancer is it something in the environment or whatever so now that I take every chance I can yeah you know to the to the ball check this was published in the journal of andrology is where I got this this one I've never read it before so great anyway but a did catch my eye let's fix semen how did I say in a critical state yes even critical state leading tonight's news yeah well listen testicular cancer has grown steadily over the last ten years very significant numbers and it's fire man is it the technology because your not suppose your laptop I well that could be it and having your phone in your pocket I know two women who both their sons at one at nineteen and one at twenty two got testicular cancer while and I mean like what yeah so anyway well thank god really a study of data that was just really I was a public service and and that silly headline scientists warning that scene is in a critical state so yeah the keep your laptops in your phones away from your lap yes that's all we can tell you and remember everything down there just remember every when we come when we come back we're going to try and get through some of the other headlines of the day and we also have people who want to steer people to watching the movie yesterday because the critics weren't liking it okay all right so you.

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"testicular cancer" Discussed on Bunny Ears

Bunny Ears

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"testicular cancer" Discussed on Bunny Ears

"They swear. Yeah, they're doing great, by the way. I'll tell them you said. Hi. Yes. Macaulay culkin's is high will be very excited to that. They're big fans. Great. We watched you growing up as we all did as I walked in the mirror, every morning. Yeah. Yeah. But. You know. No. That's cool. Yeah. No goal to meet you. It's cool. I've known you my whole life. I know everybody probably has you're used to this. You don't even probably need to talk about that, right? No. I mean, I don't even know myself, so it's great everyone else knows me. Yeah. It's, it's fantastic. It's fantastic. Yeah. No. But it's, it's a it's a cool thing. I school drinking white wine with you, as you Tina AM on a Thursday. Macaulay. Appreciate doing it to get got a good start at early here before my flight, you, you notice I left the bottle out. Yeah. Just like if we need to refill that's good shit wing. You know what? It's also even court. It's one of those. Absolutely trader Joe's special, right? You kidding me? This is not a two buck. Chuck. Yeah. No. It isn't a handle on it. A box. So, so okay question. Yeah. To, to singular cancer. Did how many balls? Do you have right now? I have one you've won by one ball. Yes. You're ball it, right? One ball. Yeah. They took the other one had cancer in it. Really? Eaten by cancer yet, still. Yeah. To remove that, I remember not believing that you had to cigarette cancer. Okay, because absurd kind of stuff. You're going to have to take my word for it. Yeah. Exactly. You showed your surgery. Yeah. That's true. That's true thing could have been video trickery. But yes, I had testicular cancer..

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"testicular cancer" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

03:51 min | 3 years ago

"testicular cancer" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

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Olympic Swimmer Nathan Adrian Reveals Testicular Cancer Diagnosis

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00:12 sec | 3 years ago

Olympic Swimmer Nathan Adrian Reveals Testicular Cancer Diagnosis

"Washington five time Olympic champion swimmer. Nathan Adrian has been diagnosed with testicular cancer, despite a planned surgery next week amid his treatment. Adrian says he plans to

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"testicular cancer" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"testicular cancer" Discussed on KOMO

"Pre game coverage five thirty with the first. Place dogs in Eugene taking on the Oregon ducks game time is set for six o'clock number four Gonzaga on the road tonight. Take a non Santa Clara zags like the huskies unbeaten in conference, play different conferences. Of course. Meridor's holding their preseason luncheon today down at what do we call that now t mobile park. Yeah. That's what it is is the guys there are about three weeks away from reporting to spring training down in Peoria, Arizona GM Jerry DiPoto saying the M's could be winners despite their acknowledged rebuilding a season or seasons ahead. We have the chance to grow into something special. And we're going to watch that happen. It's while we couldn't tell you definitively. We're gonna win one hundred games. I can tell you. We're gonna try to win every single one that we play. We're not going out there with the intention to lose gold medal swimmer. Nathan Adrian from Bremerton has announced he has testicular cancer. But added that his prognosis is good. A lot more sports coming your way in thirty minutes protections for endangered orcas could be on the way back to state lawmakers begin to weigh a series of environmental measures. Komo's Corwin Hake explains population decline threatens the southern resident orcas very existence house Bill eleven ninety four calls for reduced use of chemicals, including PCB's harmful to the orcas and to their favorite foods. Chinook salmon Mindy Roberts is a future. Sound environmental advocate? She tells the committee orcas constantly, absorbed chemicals that Leach into Puget Sound. And then when work go hungry, the toxic chemicals that are bound up in their blubber liberated in their bodies, and that can interfere with their reproductive and immune systems, speaking against the Bill. Tim Shostak with the American chemistry council. This Bill does not appear to provide many opportunities if any for stakeholder participation in determining whether or not a product should be regulated Bill supporters point out, some of the same chemicals harmful to orcas and salmon may also heard humans, especially children. And pregnant women. Corwin hake. Komo news. Well, it's a new kind of tissue just in time for cold and flu season. As komo's Brian Calvert. Tells us the reviews are definitely mixed. You've heard it around the office around the house and even at school. But before you reach for just any tissue a company in Denmark, suggests something a little different introducing a.

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"testicular cancer" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:58 min | 3 years ago

"testicular cancer" Discussed on KOMO

"Should be able to get alone. I don't really quite understand why. Because as I mentioned before the obligations that they would undertake so you're borrowing from the Bank or credit union or ineffective. Federally guaranteed. Komo's Andy Field joins us on the KOMO news line with more on this. And Andy a lot of criticism today from Democrats and Republicans calling Ross who's a multimillionaire used to be a billionaire tone death to the hardships of Americans. But he was trying to then later in the day clarify his comments. Well, he was, but you know, it's very hard for administration officials to answer the question. Why are you doing something for these folks are hurting because even the president will deflected by saying? Well, these folks know that what I'm doing is right for the border, and they support me with virtually no evidence that any poll or or survey backs president up on that do Wilbur Ross also said that almost dismissed the fact that eight hundred thousand people going months without pay and maybe even more by saying that, well, you know, even if they didn't get paid back. That's only a third of a percentage point of the GNP's not going to make that much difference in the economy, which is even more insensitive by saying, well, you know, it's important is our gross domestic product, not necessarily the lives of these people, and Andy the president's daughter-in-law one of his daughter-in-law's, Laura Trump, also not showing the type of empathy empathy. The people would expect. For these furloughed workers, tell us about her comments. She said that you know, a little bit of pain. Here will be a lot of games for the country. And again, unless you know, these people less you see them firsthand. It's not hard to see because every news program is putting people on their certain in Seattle there. Many many federal workers that are hurting right now, I have friends who have gone without pay. They're not wealthy. These are not people that have months and months of of of stored money in a readily accessible banks somewhere where they can just pull the money out and pay the bills and say, well, I'll get paid. Eventually. There are some really critical issues here. There are people that are going with we going without surgery or going without seeing the doctor. They just don't have the out of pocket money to pay for these things. And there again is no end in sight to this no ended site, but the president did talk about maybe things could move forward. If what was the phrasing. A down payment was put on the wall. Yeah. There was a bipartisan group of senators who came up on Capitol Hill this afternoon, and they made a very important point. They said there are no preconditions here. We want to have a three week open the government Bill, and then we will negotiate in earnest what the president wants to do. We're not gonna we're not going to be bullied into this. We're not going to be. The workers held ransom for this. So again, what is being talked about on Capitol Hill. And what the president is saying are two different things. Mitch McConnell and Chuck Schumer, the leaders in the Senate have been meeting together to try to find some way out of this mess here is we are now going today. Thirty five ABC's Andy Field. Good enough to join us from Washington, Andy, thanks so much. I was watching CBS this morning their morning programming. And they were speaking with one of these furloughed federal workers. She was literally down to just over you probably saw. Schaller she had a dollar and six cents. I saw that and had just purchased a home. And she is not sure she'll be able to make the first mortgage payment on her new home, and you can look at people on the outside and think that they can make it I've been in this situation where my salary was cut in half. And I had less than five dollars in my account. And I was single mom with the child feed and still here on TV looking like, I could make ends meet. But you're struggling the the pressure the fears. Yeah, you can go try to get a loan easier said than done this shutdown ends soon. Come news time. Three forty stocks sports. Brought to you by divorce lawyers for men from the Harley exteriors sports desk. Men's basketball coming your way this afternoon on KOMO news actually into the evening. I guess six o'clock game in Eugene against the ducks. The huskies, unbeaten and conference play alone in first place. Our pre game coverage begins at five thirty number four guns at Santa Clara this evening that one gets underway and a gold medal gold medal swimmer Nathan eight. Rian from Bremerton announcing he has testicular cancer. Adding though that his prognosis is good. If you're a longtime Sonics fan did you lose track of Nate McMillan at all Nate is the head coach of the Indiana Pacers. They're having a terrific season. But one of their best players lost for the Victor Oladipo a ruptured quad tendon in his right knee, a tough blow for that Pacers club. More sports in thirty minutes. Romero coming up with your latest commute conditions street. Forty-one sports.

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"testicular cancer" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:08 min | 3 years ago

"testicular cancer" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Policy, and you think to yourself, wait a minute. Wait, a minute, wait a minute. So the family the survivors of Clayton. Towns family is wife is his his young child is ten month old child. They get nothing. Well, unfortunately, because he beat testicular cancer. It's hard or it's very expensive to get life insurance. And a lot of people can't afford it. Yeah. And he couldn't. And so he tried to get a life insurance policy could not secure and affordable rate due to the cancer that he beat. And, you know, the the well, the reason I mean, we all know this the reason for life insurance is just in case something happens, you are able to leave something for your spouse. And he was unable to do that. And if this story gets more heartbreak. Yeah. As we continue to here. Here's the thing though. Townsend's father-in-law set up a gofundme page. If for exactly this reason, I think so yes, there's a young woman inner twenty s that is raising a ten month old. The worst thing in the world has happened. She has lost her husband, and there is no insurance policy. They tried. And it was just it was I can't even imagine how expensive it would be. So if you want to go to our Facebook fan page, if you wanna go to where to Twitter, we've put the gofundme page up when I looked at it this morning. I think there was like sixty grand pretty good goodbye. You you made a good point though. You know, you and I have insurance policies for about five to six hundred grand. I think and tell tell me if I'm talking to turn here. Just in case we were to pass, right, right? Right. We're all we're we're older. Okay. Right. This woman is in her mid twenties. She needs more than sixty grand. Oh, I mean, let's face. So so if you can help our Facebook page, our Twitter, if you can go and help this family, we would really appreciate I mean, sixty grand a good number. Don't get me wrong. But they're going to need a lot more in order to basically kid's college fund living expenses that kind of thing because this woman and her family's been thrown into turmoil. And it takes us from going to the funeral yesterday. She's got a lot of good people around true. There are a lot of good cops that are going to make sure that this this young boy feels like there's a data around won't be his dad. Right. Totally get that. But there's support other men around. Right. And because they went up there, and they spoke at the funeral. But you know, money is important money's important. I just think it's heartbreaking how he lost his life in his twenties. It's heartbreaking that surviving cancer stopped him from getting an insurance policy. And then these senseless way he passed at such an early age, you can you can be angry all you want. You can scream life's not fair. And it's not don't get me wrong. But this woman and this family deserves our support if anything. Yeah. All right. You're listening to the big four at four. We start the four o'clock hour with four big blockbuster stories..

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"testicular cancer" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

Pat Gray Unleashed

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"testicular cancer" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"And from Wes a trans man to woman will never have ovarian cancer. A trans woman. Demand will never have testicular cancer sums it up. Based on the kind of cancer. You can get that tells you what gender you are. Done deal. Okay done. It's like it's like cliff notes version of being able to tell. Oh, I want to get to this. Bill de Blasios thing. This guy is on believable. He's the mayor of America's largest city. And yet I mean he's been in the past. He was a an avowed communist. He actually supported a America's enemy in the eighties. The Sandinistas in the. Allah. And now he has deciding who needs wealth, and who doesn't who rightly has it. And who doesn't here's what he had to say about this is in his sixth state of the city speech. So there's plenty of wealth just in the wrong hands. That's all fifties. There's plenty of money in the world. There's plenty of money in this city. It's just in the wrong hands. You deserve a city that gives you the share of prosperity that you have earned. Wow. Wow. Is dangerous stuff. That's. Communist rhetoric is all. There's plenty of wealth. It's just in the wrong hands into government hands. Correct, sir by who's estimating who who are you to decide who should have wealth, and who shouldn't it's in the wrong hands. What what hands is it in the of the people who earned it? Talk about. Then he talked about what else they deserve here. It is we deserve to be there for our families. The people we love we deserve to be able to take care of ourselves. We all deserve a little more happiness don't week. I don't know. I don't know comrade. But. Thank you comrade to blah's. Oh..

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"testicular cancer" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

07:50 min | 3 years ago

"testicular cancer" Discussed on KTRH

"Harry is the new movement empowering women to grow out their body hair. Colleen Craddock, Phil rights you've heard about Movember. But what about Janu Harry, similar to the social movement in November which encourages men to grow mustaches to raise awareness of men's health issues, such as prostate cancer, testicular cancer and men suicide Janu Harry is a new annual event targeted to women. January encourages women to embrace their body hair back growing out throughout the month. This new craze was started by Laura Jackson a drama student. Imagine that at the university of Exeter in the UK after she noticed a difference in how she felt when she grew out her body hair for a role. They show a picture of her. She's got her arm up. And she's got a big old pit muff? Jeez. Ramon. She's got more hair under her armpit. Then you have under your chin, and you got more hair than stonewall Jackson had at his death. Yep. That's this lady. The article continues. I grew out my body hair for performance as part of my drama degree in may two thousand eighteen there had been some parts that were challenging for me and others. It really opened my eyes to the tab of body hair on a woman after a few weeks to get used to it. I started to light my natural hair. I also started like the lack of uncomfortable episodes of shaving though, I felt liberated and more confident in myself. Some people around me didn't understand why I didn't why didn't shave and didn't agree with it. That's when she put her feelings into action. I realized that there is still so much more for us to do to be able to accept one another fully, and truly then I thought of January, and I thought I would try it out. It's a start at least. That woman right there. She wants open borders Donnie to tell you anything else Scott in the Rio Grande valley, the RG v. What say you, sir? Hey, how're you doing today? Good. Yeah. Anything you want to know about anywhere from south Padre island. Ford has been down here. Forty four years. I think people cross the border all the time to go to dentist and tell you about the war and probably one of people. There's actually tried to climb the wall you from the US side to the Mexico side. I tell you all about the walled. It's in Brownsville Fano bridge, the new bridge, which is the gateway bridge in our old bridge and Brownsville is very effective. And I'm a really outstanding athlete and I can only get four feet up. It it is strategically well-built where you're gonna have to have a blow towards the L to cut through that wall. And a lot of time to do it because there are sensors and a lot of people don't even know the right here at the river at south Padre island, right through the intercoastal waterway at Boga Chica beach, south Padre island, right by the coast guard. He got an eight and a half million dollar blimp up there, it's a surveillance blimp. And they've got all the way from Boca Chica beach, which is on the other side of south Padre island on the sell side. Alway to the river covered under surveillance all the way up. Mcallen agency, everything from up there. And that's still bridge. It's over there that fans between the two causeways, and it goes about six to eight miles. It was built by during the George W Bush era wind up both Hillary Clinton Schumer and Obama voted on it when they were senators and okayed it, and it was built, and we heard a lot of static here and browse Zona Rio Grande valley about it being Bill, but I try to climb up. I can only get four feet. I safely got back down and was up at my feet on the ground. So I was surrounded by border patrol. And the reason I ended up testing because I wanted to check it out for myself, and I was actually walking from to fund Newbridge in Brownsville over to the old bridge in browser because the line was so backed up to my dentist office. The I'd be sitting there for about two and a half hours. So we walked around in old bridge as I was walking back up, which is about a two mile walk. I would check it out to bridge myself. My wife was over there laughing. Me 'cause I can't get any higher than four feet is made out some really heavy steel, it's slippery. And it has curvatures as it goes up real strategic curvatures, well engineered and you're not gonna climate with a ladder or rope or anything you're not gonna get over it. If your life depends on it that is a very well built wall. And you know, I don't understand why Mexico can help is. Because I also know that number one Mr. Wilkinson in Brownsville, he's the largest recycler of metal in the state of Texas, and we have one of the largest refineries over there in Monterrey, Mexico and all this metal this refined in recycled in Texas is set over to the big refinery steel mill in mount Monterrey, Mexico, and they smelt it all down and prepare it up to whatever people go and use it for for materials. And there's no way that they cannot supply us. Plus, we also have the porta Brownsville here. My friend, Mr. green. He's in charge them tearing down all the big battle boats in any type of big metal boats that come in there. Most of that metal sent moderate to because a lot of the car parts of the United States car companies are built and clean bodies in Monterrey Mexico, the largest concrete company in the in the entire world in Mexico. So there's no way to Mr. Trump cannot negotiate some sort of deal with Monterrey Mexico in the steel mills air to concrete companies and Mexican government for all we do for them, especially up here on the border with water rights and everything else known to mankind taking a gauche. Eight them supplying us with some betrayals to build it. And what they need to do instead of bringing Mr. Trump over there, you need to go over here to browse will check out this wall. We have right here to still wall. And you'll see how effective it is. And it's going to cost him as much as some thirty feet is this walls only about fifteen sixteen feet. I in this extremely effectively me. And the fortunately the first thing to the border patrol asked me was are US citizens said, yes, sir. What are you doing? I said I'm walking back over to the gateway bridge. We got. Stuck on the other side, and we had to walk all the way around. He said what were you doing? I said I was checking to see how my tax money was being spent I want to check this out fact, it it was and he asked me, what do you think? I said I give you ten on a ten scale has very effective. So I don't know what the only thing is hold. His back is Nancy Pelosi and Schumer, and it has nothing to do with security or anything else except for politics. That's all it is is politics or don't like, Mr. Trump. They're going to try and make them look bad because they want the Democrats back in that's their whole agenda. And let me tell you one more couple more things. I have a friend of mine who worked in international waterboard for thirty nine years. He was up and down rear all the time. And nobody in a right Mike cannot tell me their terrorism does terrorists and people from the Middle East did not come across this border. They do 'cause he's found prayer blankets. Koreans and I got to speak personally with the border patrol president their union. I asked him straight out. They were picked up anybody. Come. Coming in from the Middle East over here. And he said, yes, we have plenty of them. So we got terrorists coming across here. We got leeway aliens come across here. It is a mess, and we need some border wall here. These people are your as a deterrent to give enough time for our surveillance equipment and sensors pick them up so we can get our four to a custom agents right on them as they're trying to get over that wall, which are not going there. Because if I can't get over it.

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