35 Burst results for "Throat Cancer"
Houston - Jerry Jeff Walker, Texas singer and songwriter, dies at 78
"Texas music legend and country Outlaw pioneer Jerry Jeff Walker has passed away at the age of 70 80 was a New York native who migrated to Austin. He leaves behind a wife, a son and a daughter. He made 39 record albums and, of course, he wrote some amazing songs such as Sangria, Wine and Most memorably, Mr Bojangles, which was performed in iconic style. By Sammy Davis Jr Jerry Jeff Walker had been battling throat cancer for three years. Lot
Jerry Jeff Walker, singer and songwriter, dies at 78
"Singer songwriter Jerry Jeff Walker, the man behind Mr Bojangles has died after a battle with throat cancer worker had an outsized impact on the Austin country music scene in the 19 seventies, NPR's Matthew Schwartz has more Oh Jang Walker was regarded as one of Boston's most influential country music artists. He said that his 1968 song, Mr Bojangles was inspired by a homeless man he met while spending a night in a New Orleans drunk tank. Along with Waylon Jennings and Willie Nelson Walker helped create the genre known as Outlaw Country, a sort of blend between folk music and rock. During his recording career, which spanned half a century, he released 36 albums. Walker passed away Friday. He was 78. Matthew
Jerry Jeff Walker, Texas singer and songwriter, dies at 78
"Legend Jerry Jeff Walker has died at the age of 78 Walkers. Biggest hit was the 1968 Mr Bojangles. Walker, who was born in New York, relocated Austin in the seventies and was instrumental in creating the Texas country music scene. He had reportedly been battling throat cancer. Get the
Eddie Van Halen, guitarist for rock band Van Halen, dies aged 65
"One of the greatest rock guitarists of all time. Yesterday after a long battle with throat cancer. Eddie van Halen was sixty five years old founded the band with his drumming brother Alex singer David Bowie Bra Basis Michael. Anthony. Back in nineteen seventy four and his incredible guitar skills helped them become one of the most successful hard rock bands in
"throat cancer" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"And that's what's trending Power of information. 24 7. Just say Place 77 w A. B C. Ladies and gentlemen, as we're gonna be talking about the passing of Eddie Van Halen, throat cancer number of very famous rock and rollers of latent performers have unfortunately had Throat cancer have had all kinds of invasive procedures, including surgery, which had a Van Halen hat. He had a third of his tongue. We move that's not unusual. You've probably seen people who get this figured because of throat cancer. What is that device? They have some time to talk. I have to. Oh, can't have that. Yeah, Yeah, yeah. Oh, yeah. Yeah. So look, the reason we're talking about throat cancer because it gets people squirm ish is that more people are getting throw cancer than ever before. Even if you are a smoker a long time ago, and then all of a sudden voil La 20 years later, you're diagnosed with throat cancer, and that could be very problematic. You've got to get it dealt with immediately. You don't always have to go for surgery, surgery, surgery and chemotherapy. No, no, no, no. There were so many therapies out there and there's someone That has proven to work time and time again. And guess what? You never have to go to a hospital. There's no cutting, bleeding or anesthesia, as proven by Jimmy Carter, who just turned 96, the oldest living president. Who had brain cancer. They saw a terminal brain cancer, he said. I'm not going for surgery. I'm not doing what McCain did or even I'm not going to do what Boa Biden did the good son of job I know both of them used old methods for their brain cancer and unfortunately passed to the hereafter doesn't matter 84 different forms of cancer. You. Could you stereotype tick body radio surgery.
Eddie Van Halen, Virtuoso of the Rock Guitar, Dies at 65
"Rock. Guitarist Eddie Van Halen dead at the age of sixty five from throat cancer. He was a smoker. Then hell was born in the Netherlands moved to the USA and sixty two he formed rock band van Halen as you know. And the group performed for nearly fifty years selling more than eighty million
"throat cancer" Discussed on 1075 KZL
"Panties in a wad. So she's talking to Jae shin by all. That's why I can empathize for talking about on the show dog about politically really always feels no play. I don't know I'm not You name one thing. Rama Snowflake. When name one time I would like to know that if I ever what stuff like then followed by then that's fine. Okay, I say So. You just Arised. Okay. I still get along now. Your your lunch today Or is your still dividing? Even though you're singing the cumbia, I understand. Yeah. You're causing divide is what I'm saying. Maybe trying. It's like you. You will see the big message. And you know how you should be living, but it's like church for you. Yeah, but you know, you should probably be going but you just can't make it there. You know, one of Allah, but you know you're probably there, right? Maybe who heard the volunteering thing? Yeah. You know, that's a good thing to do. Just choose this. He's just not going to do it. I don't have time. He's so busy. No one's busier than Jason. He's too busy and now we're going to get him because I don't hear it now. Start getting on you for that. We've been on that prevented it when they were chopping down wood for like a bonfire. Something right? And you took the volunteer shirts, but in politics, my attention was going. You know what? I haven't seen that show in a while. I want to give that back. I like that quality shirt. We are Northwest. I like that shirt. Get back. All right, Perfectly. Wrapping up Hollywood Newsome. Sad news at even Heylen lost his 10 year battle with cancer, throat cancer..
"throat cancer" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM
"It's the big music news of the day. In many respects people with I was shocked, Actually, when I saw this yesterday. Everyone who I think we all knew it kind of is having a tough time in battle with throat cancer. Really? Didn't you know? You don't know that I had either. I blocked it or something. But I I was. I didn't know it came back. I knew when he had tongue cancer years ago, but I didn't think it came back. But apparently for the last couple of years, this has been really severe. Well, it was a big smoker and And when you do you sing the way that he did his vocal chords you can head it was it was smoking. It was open. And he also did a lot of tobacco. You know what? What? Are they cheering? Yeah, That's right. Yeah. Curia. That's the worst as much worse. Even the smoking cigarettes or anything awful. It's awful anyway. Throat cancer got him. His son, Wolfgang, shared The memorial information, saying court I can't believe I'm having to write this. But my father has lost his long and arduous battle with cancer. He was the best father I could ever ask for. Every moment I've shared with him on an off stage was a gift. Here is the band musician to stab my heart's broken. Don't think I'll ever fully recover from this loss. I love you so much, Bob. His wife, Jane was by his side is the cancer spread. Passed away in Santa Monica. And he was born in the Netherlands. I came to the U. S. 1960 to his name was Edward Ludvik. Van Halen. And so there's that little touch of Dutch. If you will. Hey, and his brother Alex. Then he'll inform band with David Lee Roth. And there was a combination. Mentioning anything about those guys.
"throat cancer" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Any Van Halen 65 passed away from throat cancer. In Santa Monica today was announced by his son. It's one of those groups that you know when I first heard them. I'm like, Oh, even have it. It wasn't the lead singer, obviously the lead guitarist, but all those co founder of the group. I'm not hearing him. David Lee Roth was Most of the time, the voice you heard on most of their hit records, and then Sandy Hagar. Took over the role 10 people did. Did come up with that pick in the whirlpool, even an eye on his situation. His cancer goes back almost 20 years Now his first cancer was 2000 won. They removed one third of his tongue at one point, so On the cove in 19 front. The breaking news this afternoon is that another top White House officials tested positive for covert 19 that Steven Miller Not a common name that most people know. But he is a top adviser to President Trump. He's he's the immigration advisor. More than anything that is, is usually his top topic where he has Trump's ear. Been kind of quiet on that front, though. For a while now, you know, with the wall and all the stuff that was going on in 2016. Well, the Flo died down a lot because of the virus and the bad economy. Now it's picking up because people in those countries that got hit by the virus they can't find work. The pandemic is I mean, you heard his mentioned yesterday there's a caravan on its way from from Honduras. But supposedly a couple 1000 people involved. Yeah. So it's making. It's always going to come back until we seal off the border. And, you know, I remember what Trump did. He made a deal with Mexico. Don't listen through your country and I'll help you out. In fact, the Mexican president said he's going to deal with this Honduran convoy. He's not going to let them get a sharp by Trump is basically you know, I don't just give him the green light well to your country to come there and what nobody's explained is. What was the payoff? Mexican President Trump just Flatter him the day I think it was eight or trade deal or something. I mean, I mean that Mexican president must have gotten some money. And I mean, personally, he must have gotten some money. There must have been money wired to a Cayman Islands bank it out for this guy because you know, one day he's going to be chased out. And there'll be some crazy Koo and he'll have to run and, you know, find his bank account on an island somewhere. So also testing positive was a Coast Guard admiral, and the reason that's making news because that person had attended meetings at the Pentagon. With the Joint Chiefs of Staff. That's the top commanders from each of the armed services. So now they have some of them have gone into quarantine. Of all tested negative at the moment, right? The Coast Guard admirals named Charles Ray. He's the vice commandant. He tested positive O. The Pentagon spokesman used that terrible phrase. What? Out of an abundance of caution. Oh, yeah, they did, didn't they? You know what? Somebody wrote something interesting. What That phrase really means. It's like a signal that we're going to do something abusive to restrict your freedoms. Like that. It's almost Was that right? Yeah, it's often said. It's like Yeah, it's like an admission that hey, this is a wildly unreasonable response that unfairly restricts your freedoms. But it's in the name of caution. There should be no such thing is an abundance of caution. That means you're doing too much. But of course, that is the history of this entire government response to the virus overdone, random, not based on science and data, just sheer expressions of power. The Here's an interesting statistic from this story. 47,117 military personnel have been infected with Cove in 19 32,020 to have recovered eight have died. That's a pretty low death rate. But again, the military's mostly younger because they're young. Right. There's there's 60. Civilian Defense Department workers have died from the virus separately. You know if If somehow it was impossible for the elderly to get this This. This whole Corona virus would be a non story. She barely would exist in the consciousness. Because the elderly Were most of the deaths by far. A vast majority. And then even any, even among the younger people. It was people with preexisting conditions. That's 94% of Healthy people. When it comes to life or death unscathed. And yet every day, the conversation the coverage, the politics all the policy, everything. It's a Ziff. Everyone's dying. Just the hysterical, absurd coverage about everyone in the White House getting the virus. Yeah, they got the virus. But most of her young and most of them will be recovered in a week. Kayleigh Mcenany says she doesn't have any symptoms. And it's a funny how people can't wrap their minds around the idea. Oh, they tested positive. They tested positive. This is not the AIDS virus. No, it's not Ebola. It's not Ebola. Yeah. People rarely spend any time with the incredible recovery rates, you know, and everyone always gets angry. Focus on the deaths and say, hey ago happen to all of us. If we don't stop this, and we don't hide from this, almost half of those were nursing homes. Most of those would have been prevented if we didn't have idiots running these states like Andrew Cuomo or here, Gavin Newsom. And Barbara for rare and the county supervisors. You could have prevented a lot of those nursing home deaths. And it just never sunk through to the public know, And the thing is the media. The politicians would that wouldn't let it sink through. They wouldn't let it sing through that. No. This is mostly a disease that kills the elderly. Man of few people with preexisting conditions, but most In fact, In fact, 40% aren't even getting a symptoms. They're asymptomatic. For everybody that's gotten the virus 40% no symptoms. A group that included the health and human Services Secretary Alex A. Czar and Scott Atlas has been on our show. He's become an advisor to Trump. Hey, has been outspoken. In the Corona virus story. Also there at this meeting was a professor from Harvard professor from Oxford, another professor at Stanford. His name I've seen before. Similar to Scott at was talking about a different way to approach Cove in 19. That's J. But Acharya, uh they would talk about herd immunity, and this made the news because They were floating the possibility that if you let the virus spread Among young, healthy people are protecting older adults and those at higher risk. There's a chance you could be ableto build up enough population immunities from stop it from spreading wildly. While avoiding everybody hiding what they call the lockdowns and mitigation measures. That's kind of what they were discussing. And of course, this is just Dude, this is this is horrible. You can't even kill so many people. Why would you even talk about that? You can't even discuss it. That That's what that's what really fries me. There's a lock down an open discussion. Just do a thought. Experiment of experiment. If nothing else, Hey, would this work? Is it practical? Could you pull it off? How would it work? Just take a deep breath and relax. But no, it's become politically incorrect to suggest that maybe we let younger, healthy people get it. And that it'll build up the herd immunity. Why can't you consider that? Why can't people talk out loud? Maybe waiting months for the vaccine is going to take a continued toll on the mental health. You've got kids who have missing their childhood vaccinations. You got the problem with the schools. They think that it's time to come up with some other possible option while we wait on this vaccine thing. Oh, and now they're doing scary stories about side effects that that Oh, I saw that some people that I read that always very limited number of people in his number of people. Yeah, my God, because few people write a few people spent one day with a fever and had shells chills. Right? Yeah, they had, like real flu like symptoms. You know that that it was terrible, but that's the machine and and I see through it. You see through it, but all the feeble people out there don't see through it. And they get all hysterical. Next thing you know, I didn't see through it. I read the story. People don't read. I saw the headline I thought. Oh, interesting. I read the story is like a few people. That does happen with most vaccines. Yeah, yeah. In fact, I had my flu vaccine and I felt a little funky the next day. Did you like the Russian one?.
Duane 'Dog the Bounty Hunter' Chapman is engaged
"The Wayne dog the bounty hunter Chapman is engaged to France for a Justin months after his wife Beth Chapman's death and his proposal to angel Beth died at fifty one years old in June two thousand nineteen following a battle with throat cancer you probably remember from the show the two reportedly bonded over their late spouses before sparking a romance once again dog the bounty hunter and Gage all the happiness goes
Celebrated singer-songwriter John Prine has died at 73
"Singer songwriter John Prine has died of complications from the new coronavirus me and I enjoy the flash from angel from Montgomery and hello in there were part of John Prine's legend songs that explore the heartbreaks and indignities of everyday life he won a lifetime achievement Grammy just this year the voice roughened by a hard look life in a Java disfigured from throat cancer in twenty seventeen he told the Associated Press I always had a great fan support you know didn't matter whether had a record or not people are always there they're just glad to hear the music Brian's wife announced last month the seventy three year old was hospitalized in Nashville with corona virus symptoms he was put on a ventilator and remained in intensive care for several days I'm Jackie Quinn
Celebrated singer-songwriter John Prine has died at 73
"Renamed the flash from angel from Montgomery and hello in there were part of John Prine's legend songs that explore the heartbreaks and indignities of everyday life he won a lifetime achievement Grammy just this year the voice roughened by a hard look life in a Java disfigured from throat cancer in twenty seventeen he told the Associated Press I always had a great fan support you know didn't matter whether had a record out or not people are always there they were just glad to hear the music Brian's wife announced last month the seventy three year old was hospitalized in Nashville with corona virus symptoms he was put on a ventilator and remained in intensive care for several days I'm Jackie Quinn
Curt Flood set off the free-agent revolution 50 years ago
"Today's the anniversary of baseball's free agent revolution it was fifty years ago the current flood said I don't want to play for the Phillies here's ABC's Thailand it started with a letter to baseball commissioner Bowie Kuhn from center fielder Curt flood in nineteen sixty nine flood was traded from St Louis to Philadelphia flood road after twelve years in the major leagues I do not feel that I am a piece of property to be bought and sold irrespective of my wishes I believe I have the right to consider offers from other clubs before making any decisions in nineteen seventy twos flood versus Q. in the Supreme Court ruled in baseball's favor but in nineteen seventy six the players union celebrated as free agency was born flood died of throat cancer in nineteen ninety seven his widow actors Judy pace said he stepped out of the foxhole for future ball players tied into
The Exorcist (Roland Doe / Robbie Mannheim / Ronald Hunkeler)
"This is frank he is a listener from Canada yeah and he's he's always north of the wall he's always been super supportive of ghostly and he actually sent us these stories quite a while ago so I feel bad it's taken us a while to get to this point so he's a good guy yeah so please send us your story as were were really getting into this now and we're we need more stories so send him in we're we're excited to read read them online info at ghostly podcast dot Com okay so he actually wrote in with a couple of ghost stories that his brother shared with him okay so again doesn't even have to be your story could be one that you know someone close to you as told you okay. My brother lives in Montreal Quebec Canada which is where my family's Bromo original lay I don't you sound like it right now and I I can't do a Frenchaccent Quebec accent sounds like but my family is French Nadya anyways where there are many beautiful older buildings he says in Quebec yes okay so this is his brother his roommate disposal roommate is a fellow skeptics such as myself so Franks's skeptic when it comes to supernatural his roommate had just gone through a successful treatment for Throat Cancer Yay we love survivor. We love survivors will we love everyone but but we really really low AH yes they had to remove any strong Cologne and perfumes from their place because his rem has roommates hypersensitivity towards sentences the time after going through chemotherapy so I can stop you for one second I thought you were GonNa say Colon and I was like lady throat cancer Olivet now Cologne their apartment was in a townhouse structure often referred to AS Roma housing we call them row houses in Chicago so that makes sense and on calm anything okay houses there the units had been converted into separate departments my brothers being located in the first floor the parlor at the front was convert so not the French room the parlor at the Franken Fund was converted to a bedroom and beside it was the old all dining room where which was also converted into a second bedroom and had a long narrow hallway running the length of the apartment and ending in their kitchen beside the kitchen was there living room where they did most of their entertaining my brother's roommate had a full length mirror which is placing I diagnose so it reflected his room and the front hallway he was in the is this getting ready to go out for the evening when he saw someone enter the apartment and walked down the hall it was common for them to invite friends over and go out with them afterwards so he wasn't sure who it was and went out into the hallway to introduce himself there was a strong sense of man's Cologne this colon no Cologne this let him because everyone knew not to bring strong sense into the apartment he went down the hall and into the kitchen to confront this individual my brother was in the kitchen and had no idea what or whom he was upset with there was no one else in the apartment and the front door was locked when they went to investigate there were there there was however a fading scent of Cologne in the hallway. Wow I mean that's kind of crazy SM- smells are the big thing when it comes to ghost and everything noticed and smells can take you back to a time like there was this one diner I wanted to and I smelt the Syrup that they had and it reminded me of a place that my dad used to take me when I was a kid instantly took me back to that moment wow smells are sometimes even more distinct than site yeah oh absolutely yeah we have a scent memory for sure absolutely so we'd love to hear yours aqui stories and if you have any email them to info at ghostly podcast dot com and we might read them on the air like we read Franks absolutely we loved them superfund so this would typically be our poll section but since we haven't done our exercise and debate yet which will be happening next week next week we did not have a Paul but one will be coming after our next episode which is the debate about exes we really are interested to find out on how many of you believe that exercises are real at next week's going to be superfund and it's it's GonNa it's coming out almost Halloween yeah I'm actually can service about next week I don't know what's GonNa Happen I don't know either I keep I keep thinking I have the answer but then I go back and I change it yeah it's it's really I'm not sure I'm looking up a lot of spooky staff it's it's going to be good there is a big difference in how I feel after last week to this week it is almost our anniversary one year one year ghostly yeah that's crazy never missed an episode yeah no in fact came out with more I right so this is usually where rebecca would tell us the ghost story uh-huh story is pretty much the movie though right kind of I mean so you kind of brought up a good point what I was trying to put together information for this because you know we're talking about some people call them demons that's true so you know it kind of goes together but it's it's a little different so we thought since really most of the episodes going to focus on the real story behind the exorcist because that's I think the the one less known I thought I spend a little time telling you the ghost story of the movie all right that's here so there's three things I want to talk about one is that the entire set for the home the macneil home caught fire and burned down a few weeks after they started filming and it delayed filming by six weeks but interesting how to surf but even still it was like how did that happen but what was weird was that Reagan's bedroom not touch it
Beth Chapman of 'Dog the Bounty Hunter' dead at 51
"Also yesterday said dish in the entertainment business to beth chapman the wife of dog bounty hunter dies after a battle with cancer here's fox's michelle pollino doug bounty hunters wife beth chapman has died at the age of fifty one chapman was placed in a medically induced coma saturday after a long battle with cancer which began in twenty seventeen chapman was diagnosed with stage two throat cancer but was declared cancer free in december of that year however last november the cancer returned t- underwent aggressive chemotherapy which ended on mother's day she became an international star after dog the bounty hunter debuted in two thousand three it ended in twenty twelve they had several incarnations of the program most recently they started shooting dogs most wanted michelle pollino fox
Reality TV Star Beth Chapman Dies at 51
"In honolulu beth chapman who co starred with her husband on dog the bounty hunter and later spoke out against some bail reform measures as the leader of the national bail agents organization has died chapman died at queen's medical center after an almost two year battle with cancer she was fifty one chapman was diagnosed with throat cancer in september two thousand seventeen after getting a nagging off checked out a tumor was removed and she was declared cancer free but in november two thousand eighteen she was diagnosed with stage four lung
Honolulu, Coma And Beth Chapman discussed on Rush Limbaugh
"Beth chapman the wife of dog the bounty hunter has died at the age of fifty one she passed away today in honolulu after a long battle with throat cancer she was placed in a medically induced coma earlier this week chapman had announced last month that she had stopped chemotherapy
Beth Chapman, Honolulu And T. discussed on Rick Hamada
"The wife of dog the bounty hunter is in a medically induced coma t._m._z. reports that beth chapman was rushed to queens medical center in honolulu this weekend because of breathing issue related to her battle with throat cancer the fifty one year old is now in the intensive care unit duane dog chapman seemed to confirm the healthy -mergency and a tweet asking for prayers for beth chapman was first diagnosed with throat cancer in two thousand seventeen and underwent successful surgery at the time it returned last year and t. has been undergoing
"throat cancer" Discussed on The Trash Tapes
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Edmonton doesnt want to be Oil Town anymore
"If you saw the title of today's episode and you immediately thought all Edmonton and you don't actually live there, then we should have had a prize ready for you. But maybe it's not so surprising that this city has found a way to punch so far above its weight over the past few years. Most of the things needed for giant leaps and medical technology. We're already here, Edmonton has more postsecondary institutions than any other Canadian city, it has a burgeoning artificial intelligence sector and a lot of numbers to give those machines to work with, and it has a push from the city that really needs a new way to do business. Our guest today has bugged me a few times about what's been happening in his city and he hasn't been the only one and everybody that did had a story about something they're doing an Edmonton. Sounds like it's from the future. So we wanted to tell a few of those stories and try to wrap our heads around. Why Edmund how much is this? Push costing the city, what does it plan to get back? And is this part of a bigger strategy and a province that could really use a booming non oil industry to emerge over the next few years? I'm jordan. He's rawlings. And this is the big story. Steven Sandler is the editor of avenue Edmonton. Steve been one of the people that keeps telling me these crazy stories invetment. Yeah. It's, it's really been amazing, the kind of I guess it's almost like a perfect storm right now for the city in terms of putting together, a lot of different fields, a lot of different really fields of research together. In terms of creating this health city initiative to basically really promote the idea of a cross pollinating health innovation real hub, that's going to emerge Edmonton, so sort of like a Silicon Valley, if you will for health, health research, and health care where the researchers don't work in isolation. They work knowing what the others are doing to sort of really ramp up in speed up the way that, that medical research is conducted and done and to create a new business model. I mean Edmonton, obviously, any reader reader listener outside of Alberda, obviously thinks of Edmonton. And Calgary as cities still less. Oil comes first and natural resources. We're fully we're fully aware now Berta that we need to sa- firearm, our economy and diversify our the way we live, basically. And there has been this very large push Edmonton, a lot of it based on the fact that university of Alabama is one of the largest medical schools on the continent. It is one of the largest schools in the country, and it is a big research center, and using that as to underpin a real new way of looking at Edmonton, as a research hub as it's a city that's not overly big. So in the sense you don't get lost, and it's a city that has a history of being somewhat collaborative where people do talk to each other and get ideas and received a real mix not just of doctors and surgeons and all the various medical researchers. But the bringing in people from other. Fields as well to inform that research anything from industrial design to big data. Artificial intelligence at Edmonton, you of has been artificial intelligence and has had research and artificial intelligence. When we were still talking about if like the apple two es thing. So they've been Vic goes that goes back twenty thirty years will we're talking today. Because every couple of weeks for the last few months, you've kind of dropped in dropped into our little chat with, like, did you see this coming out of Edmonton, did, you know, about this technology and a number of them have been fascinating, and you've gone to look at them? So tell me you've written a few stories about this. But give me an example of the one that made the biggest impression on you. When you actually went to see what they're doing. They're a couple of I think the cover of this month's issue, which we have is something called a Kobe, Microsft fears. It's a company called IM biotechnologies out of had been Benton. It's not a secret that cancerous tumors can be dealt with if you cut off the blood supply. The, the red blood cells. They're like lot, like other organs. They feed on the blood cells. They need to survive. And if you cut off the blood supply, you can shrink it tumor or battle a tumor or possibly even kill a tumor. The thing is, is that while that practice has been known. It's never been officiant. It's been very invasive process. It's dangerous because also as dangerous for the Oregon and for the patient itself, it's a lot like a lot of other cancer treatments that the cure can actually kill the patient or hurt the patient. You know, maybe more than the benefit outweighs the benefits the holy grail. And this would be is if you could develop a system that was basically dissolved after a few weeks or maybe couple of months. And that's what they've done, and it's been approved by Health, Canada and the FDA. So instead of being this hugely invasive procedure. It's an injection and then you go home and these tiny balls go into your blood, vessels and create like a little damn that block off the blood supply the cancer, but then dissolve in time that it doesn't really hurt you long term. So the idea is, this is a big again, this is a big kind of holy grail moment to, to do this dissolve -able blood damning that can really treat cancer, and it's a big business. So we talk about, you know, the altruistic part of this, that this is wonderful. But sure, these vials are these files are going to go. I mean when I talk to they were talking about five hundred dollars of I'll, and these files are, are tidy medic. Vials. Right. So this is, again, talked with not just about the benefits of medical research, diversifying the economy and getting these businesses, not just to start here, but the plant root here in St. here that's always been the big challenge, for Canadian pharma in any way. It's not the development part. It's the stain part once that they've developed not move to the to the United States. Well, they can make more money. This is year. Absolutely not. And as well as there's a lot of other benefits in terms of how you pay staff and such like that. Let's, let's face it. But I think we're doing a better job of trying to retain, and this is the big part of that health city initiative. It's part of the part of the discussion is it's one thing to have the researchers all here in working here, but to create a Silicon Valley kind of environment. If you wanna use as analogy you need to keep them here, you need to keep people as they do in Silicon Valley in the bay area. And that comes down to a lot of things it comes down to, you know, law things that maybe don't even have a lot to do with the research. It's about the quality of life. In your city. How your city is perceived internationally. And that's where I think, actually, the biggest sort of work for Edmonton is gonna have to, to come is create a profile for the city. I mean obviously even Canada there's a lot. I mean, how many listeners here have actually been deadman ten? It's not like Toronto. Montreal vancouver. We're most of us have spent a lot of time there. It's still a kind of a mystery to a lot of people I get that. I understand that I think everyone understands that. And that's where I think that sell job has to come in. Will you mentioned earlier that, you know, to people who haven't spent time there don't know much about it. Like it is to me. I'm since I was small to meats and oil town. Right. And how do you how do you change that perception at a time when oil town is probably not the not the label? You want to attract talented people to your city. Well, I think that's part of it is trying to spread the gospel of things like health city is trying to show people that there are other other economic drivers in this city. And I think as well. Well, that it's a big research town. It always is a university town at is a government town. And therefore, has a lot of government supports and municipal supports right now is, is, it's a good time it might be ironically, and while the government here, the change over the provincial governments new just like on -tario right now, you know, we're seeing that there's already talks of some cutbacks in these areas like AI, and big data on -tario. Is that going to add further benefit to Edmonton in terms of wealth, money, isn't available in Toronto or an Ottawa? Is it gonna float Albert now, we don't know what the government is this new here? Jason Kenny, what he's going to do in that, that realm. I mean right now he's really working the carbon tax. And I think that's his that's big his big white whale right now that he's chasing. So but we're going to see long-term how that affects things, but right now I think that puts his step up, but yeah, definitely. It's a lot of things. I mean I mean, the city they talked about other things like what is the quality of life? I mean. I mean, what is things like, honestly, the theater scene. What's the downtown dining scene like, and it's really, really improved Edmonton. In fact, you know now we have some Canada's best restaurants here, but it wasn't like that even five years ago. It's changing you know what kind of sports teams do you have to go out on a weekend evening? And are you. Okay with watching the orders lose again. Or is there other options? These are all part of keeping people in a city. It's, it's, it's almost as important as the research, and the scientific work being done is how to make sure these people are happy when they come home, and that there's a lot to do, and that they have a positive image of where they live. It's not a it's changing, but it's not let's say as showy a town, maybe other places, and I think that's a good thing. And it and as well, something that, that were were jesting too, and that's something when you deal with you deal with your worldwide reputation, we'll tell me how the different aspects of health city work together. To create something like this cancer treatment, or some of the other ones, we're going to talk about you mentioned that there's artificial intelligence play. There's big data play. There's, there's medical research. How do they work together in a way that, that they may be another places? I think one of the best examples is a is an institute institute for reconstructive medicine. That's based out of a hospital in the West End of the city, they build people's faces. Let's say you have a, you know, we don't wish this on anyone and knock on wood, a terrible cancer or a terrible accident. The car accident and you have severe damaged onto your face or because of cancer because of cancer or some other sort of disease, doctors have to remove part of your face. Or, or, you know, I talked to a patient who had throat cancer, and they basically had to take out much of his throat and replace it with muscles from other parts of his body, Chris, thanks. Jesus looked like percents. Right. You know, you'd know if someone had let's say. Say a glass eye or a fake knows percents ear and a few years ago, the whole thinking was wire doctors doing the measuring part because that's not their expertise. Their expertise is going after the cancer. So the idea with IRS with they're doing there. They brought together industrial designers computer designers to work on building the implants and is Ben, Ben king, who is one of the designers there. It said to me, very, he said we said the dog who said to the medical profession. Why don't you use the carpenters adage measure twice cut once and so using a lot of technology now with these facial surgeries? Not only are they building percents that are custom made to people's faces because they're measuring and saying it's not one-size-fits-all because it used to be like that you had, it was like getting a t shirt, like, oh, if you're this age, you get a small medium, or large percentage. Now it's custom built to your face. Or if you need to get new teeth or. You need to get new parts to your face. They can look at it and I mean some of the stuff they're doing. It's incredible. I mean I described it walking in. It was you walk into it looks like a Star Trek sick bay mixed with a costume parlour because there really are like masks, that are all that, that are that they're working on and molds, and as well. There's this top end machinery to scam people's heads and scan people's faces. And, you know they're talking about developing dies that, that change with the sun.
Why "Desperate Housewives" star Marcia Cross is so eager to talk about anal cancer
"People magazine story about Marcia cross learning that are anal cancer likely caused by the same HP strain as her husband's throat cancer. That was the worst headline I've ever seen ever. And for her husband, you know, or anybody it's just the whole thing's bet you read very blaming in the headline. Yes. But then activities you, you, you, you read the actual story and it and it only goes wilder from there. It certainly does. She's very, very proud of, of her anus as she says she likes to say the word over and over and over again. And she they had to get the husband out of the story pretty early on, which is good. But. Years before. Right. And then all of a sudden, now, she's whatever anyway, the point is. And then I thought, okay, well, this is kind of a weird thing. But it turns out this is all based on a CBS morning interview that she did. How could you about that? And I say this because, you know, there's a lot of people in cancer recovery, and they get, you know, they got to know she said all the people were helped her with this. She refers to as her anal angels. Girlfriends. That's what she calls them.
Marcia Cross, Anal Cancer And HP discussed on Roe Conn
"Marcia cross learned her anal cancer likely caused by same HP strain as husbands throat cancer. What pack they're almost worth making orien- read for news LaRussa, couldn't do that. That'd be wrong. Wow. Can we say ruse it's actually new actually news? It is actually hold on. That's it. Oh my God. It's bad enough that Marcia cross us too. I know that she's sort of been on a public service campaign. She has wanted to be shame and stigma around that type of cancer. Right. Right. Because people, you know, but then the husband what does the husband dragged him on? Keep blaming him. Throat in the thing and the deal. Yeah. They made their that don't need to be
"throat cancer" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"By the way, you know, you go through life. You choose either react or not to react to people a free at. But so like, for example, by way of I'm going to set this up, by way, of example. Did you see yesterday on Twitter people were some anti warriors people were circulating the video of Draymond screaming after he hit his three say, oh, by the way that was his eighth point of the game. I mean, just absurd. Ridiculous attic context. Stupid horrible, take from a lame Twitter person it caused traction every retweeting it it's showing up on my timeline. I'm like, what am I doing here on this stupid? They during the former defensive player of the year with three rich. Well, just the people who are writing in about George Karl, you know, he had throat cancer. So obviously, his listen to the content. All right, listen to complaining complaining about because of his speaking voice. Respondent say that until now these guys come back from throat cancer, legendary coach, and he's all kinds of knowledge on YouTube statistic. Enjoy again, that's what I'm talking about. You either you either. Engage. You don't either blow them off you don't. But just wanted to bring it up just to show. You just how you know as the great, Jerry Seinfeld. Once said, what didn't who says it you can help me out who says Georgia him says people. And then one of them says they're the worst. Who is it is it what's the setup? That's Jerry line. Jerry lynn. But who says doesn't somebody? He just says it himself. He says people I've got to think of Jerry's as people. Yeah. They're the worst animals are better than people most of the time seriously. Yeah. You might be right. On the other side. If you want to react to some of the interesting stuff Carla to say about the Houston Rockets, Chris Paul and Steph curry and Andrea Gonzala, and of course, all the other basketball topics for tonight's game six, by the way, just to refresh six PM tonight. Right. And I I have a clear path, my friend. I'm not that you do out of all of us to be the one. I will never on people the worst. That's that's it. That's it. Thank you very much. Yeah. I have a clear path thought he's chihuahuas at three thirty and then just wide open and Brad's coming over to shoot the chihuahuas again. He's gonna take pictures you on the bucket today. Great. It's a funny story you want to go on the other side, or what's kicked assess tease little league stores? I'm kidding. Our tasting NBA eight away be ours. A phone number. If you guys want to check in on dollar.
"throat cancer" Discussed on Blogging the Boys
"Have to teams in the final floor, which I had tech in Virginia rat on. So there you go North Carolina. They're out, but. I guess not into as bad as the other guys that they're in my bracket. So you've still got a shot to have the championship game to. I mean, you've got one on each side. So yeah, I do. Pretty blinked there for a while. And you know, give shout out to Texas Tech. Yeah. It's going to be a tremendous game against Michigan state. And then on the flip side of Auburn. Which is the never been in the final four, correct? Correct. And so it's going to be a tremendous vinyl floor, and I'm excited and stranger things can happen here. I am have a chance to win my bracket at one point it, look, really, really blade. Hey, that's that's the way March rolls. So Tony masters coming up. I'm very excited. Final four set. When you hear those things you typically think NFL news is kind of slow in slowing down around that time of year last week. We did have the owners meetings out in Arizona. An important little announcement of sorts at the end of the week. We heard from your former teammate, and friend Michael Irvin who had posted on Instagram that he was getting checked for potential throat cancer. He talked about how his father had had that indicted. I believe at the age of fifty one hour, which is incredible young announced on Sunday morning. Tony that the results are in. And that there is no cancer thing. God. So very very good news for the playmaker. What great news, and I'm like, you read the post, and I saw pictures of him and an and Troy they were together though, the weekend and just someone who has gone through with my wife, or is this came breast cancer survivor mean who hasn't been touched by cancer than any time. He has something suspicious with a doctor says, okay, we need to get a biopsy. Then you start thinking about the worst case scenario. So tremendous prayers for him. Just so glad that it was was income back as cancer. So all the prayers and everyone to sent out to Michael Irvin. I think they're all answered great. Great news for the playmaker. You mentioned the photo of the triplets over the weekend. We posted that on the BTV social channels. It was four people in the photo, the three of them and Mike Tyson. I mean, I'm sure you've seen the three of them take a lot of photos together. Have you ever seen them take on with Mike Tyson haven't I did not see that one in? There you go. That's a that's a great photo op anyone has a chance to take a picture with Mike Tyson. Arguably one of the greatest fighters besides Muhammed Ali. But this more known for hanging for hangover. I mean, that's a that's a selfie moment there. Yeah. I mean, I don't know. What's I think, I I think know? I know what our listeners would would prefer. But if you ask the average sports fan, would you rather have a photo with the triplets. Like, you could be the fourth person in that photo or a photo of Mike Tyson. I feel like non Cowboys fans would have a hard time decided, I don't know. Yeah. I think that you're probably your your allegiance, and you're crazy. And you remember the ninety s and how great the triplets were. But this Mike Tyson for what he represents and just the looseness and controversy and just how great fighter was. I know I guess I take it for granted played with those guys song have pitches with them. But I think Mike Tyson would be one of my would probably be a go-to selfie. I would I would like to make or being a fellow with right? Well, good for them. Then they got they got that picture with Mike all ears intact. So good for them. So it is April Fool's, Tony. And everybody is going for the low hanging fruit. But something that was not a trick last week the Cowboys right after we finished. It's like they said, okay..
Hall of Famer Michael Irvin announces he's cancer-free after scare
"Pro football hall of Famer Michael Irvin, sharing some great news with his fans. He does not have cancer. The former Dallas Cowboys wide receiver had said last week. He was awaiting biopsy results for possible throat cancer. But he said last night that his tests came back one hundred percent clean the Fifty-three-year-old thanking fans though for their prayers and support urban said last week he was terrified at the prospect that he could have throat cancer. He said his father had died of the disease at the. The age of fifty one
"throat cancer" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"One point five by boys at twelve years old gives time they get the HP vaccine because I don't want them ended up with general awards or cancer of any kind. Bob is in long valley on New Jersey one zero one point five. Hey, bob. How you doing good? How are you? I'm doing pretty good considering I wound up getting throat cancer. As a result of HDTV never heard anything robotics all about three years ago or so when they started doing all those commercials on TV, right? I'm not a a real worry wart where I one for every little vaccine. One. After what I went through. I would recommend that anybody get this. It had a high recovery rate from the cancer treatment was one of the worst one is to go through because it's your throat it affects your eating and whatnot. Wind up living on a feeding tube for five months. Back to eating I forgot how to eat. I had to learn all over again because I hadn't been in for so long and a little more than a year and a half after my treatment. I have very little taste buds. I was going to ask because they know a guy with throat cancer. And he lost his taste buds and took a while for them to come back. Yeah. I'm going on almost a year in the afternoon. They're coming back. But it's real slow to the point where eating is a chore. It's not a pleasure anymore. Sure, something you have to do for nourishment, and I constantly have to keep drinking water because I think the radiation cook my shallow very glance or no saliva. So I always have to wash the food down and on top of it also kind of cook my thyroid. So now, I I know my life of sixty three I'm taking medication. I may get them to shots. I mean after that. Thanks for the call to New Jersey. One zero one point five works animal comes back Vilna is an old bridge. New Jersey one point five eight Vilma. Hi, good evening. How are you? Thank you. My son. The. Fifty now. The recent I've kind of like one comment of this is that when he was about the kids confirmation. To take a class that the church much made them. Regarding. Much. Diseases. Like that. That even that back seen really except for all the types of HD be there's several types of Phoebe. Actually ATV can be fascinated by Robbie again. So you don't have like. All right. HP actually, not only the what. Yes, sir. Also. Email. Many people pay much have trouble conceiving because of that because of the vaccination or because of the actual virus? Virus site south. Is that that vaccination is giving s. False. You know, really much like giving people. Yeah. You you'll be fine. When you really not going to be fine. Well, it increases the I mean, no nothing in in medicine is a hundred percent, guaranteed Vilma. Thanks for the call to New Jersey one zero one point five, but getting the buyer getting the vaccine dramatically increases the odds, and what you want that Kelly's in homedale and New Jersey what a one point five. Hey, kelly. Hey, how's it going? Are you? So my son is twelve to and I am it hasn't been brought up as well. Visit yet, but I'm a nurse, and I would one hundred percent give it to him. In my early early twenties. I worked clinic. I would say seven out of ten taps coming back positive for the HP virus. Painful procedure to try to burn it. Burn them off. Right. At some of them do eventually they turn to cancer. I mean, twelve I know my son's not going to be hopefully, not sexually active. I really want to get in front of it before he does become sick. If he ever does become sexually active, and I've talked to many doctors who are liberal conservative of vaccines, and I gave my kids flu shots, and I could get the flu, right? Yup. There's different strangers up things. But like you said there for just getting ahead a bit. And your odds are getting a little bit last. It was it was like ramp it in my early twenties. I would say so many people had the HPV any kind of get transmitted through birth. You know, the kids could get it in their throat. Like the other ram was saying I would definitely one hundred percent. I don't know doing it at twelve with them. But with what they recommending like they're saying nine to twelve is what they're talking about. I was working in Perth fan boy. And I was giving it as young as ten years old. And that's just as a precaution. Caution. If yeah, if the parent knows that there is they might be sexually active, and then I mean, there's no judgment. You gotta get you know, you don't know what you don't know. Kelly a ten years old no one can predict but it's only a few years away. Once they start having sex. Right. Right. Of course, our kids wouldn't have sex till they were twenty one in married, but you never know. Right. The call to New Jersey one zero one point five Diane hold on. We're talking about this HPV vaccine could be mandated by the state right now. It's not how do you feel about giving it to your kids? My boys twelve and we're considering.
"throat cancer" Discussed on KSRO
"To get. A hold of, the books dead doctors don't lie and the CD DVD dead doctors don't. Lie the. Book epigenetics the death of genetic thirty defense mission and the CD called public enemy number one, in the DVD somebody needs to go to jail and. The book then cures and the CD's. Or two. TD's one is what kills billionaires and the other one is a dead athletes don't lie Now when you look at things that people do all the time. I mean this is a, big part versus is it will smoke a. Huge tobacco Pipes and cigars and cigarettes It certainly is known to increase the risk of lung cancer and upper respiratory, cancer mouth cancer. Throat cancer and so forth if people continue to do, it and then, there's gluten oh my gosh we could talk forever and gluten gluten actually causes a contact enteritis in the line of your intestines resulting in a, loss of the agency absorption you might lose ninety. Seven percent of the supplements, you're, taking only absorb Peterson okay which is not. Going to be very successful you're supplementing if, you're eating lots of, gluten, we're talking. About wheat barley oats naked the of these. Scotch whisky could be bourbon. Whiskey could be rye whisky. It. Can be most beers. Okay hurt gluten, free beers and of course red wine doesn't have any gluten in it You got to. Pay attention to, those things right oh my gosh trans fats And, we're talking about all pride twos we're, talking like chicken. And fish and shrimp, and, and corn and desserts like twinkies right twinkies of so there's fried, potatoes onions you gotta watch the fried foods because the trans fats is again I urge you, get all of the, books and the CD's DVD's dead doctors don't lie epigenetics the death of vision and the. Book river's been cheers and all the overseas. Needs. 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You're going to get, menopause early you're going to get adrenal exhaustion but you're also, going to get Alzheimer's disease physician causes is actually caused, by multiple nutritional deficiency the primary one of which is you gotta cluster. All. Let's see I want you, to get a hold of the books dead doctors don't lie, epigenetics. Death of Jake three Houston's vision has been cheers Hold the CD The epigenetics CD. Is called, me number one Insured. Efficiencies.
"throat cancer" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Your HP vaccine that's. For cervical cancer in general wards HP that's income protect you. Against throat cancer Then you got a void risky behaviors okay Lot of people have their lights. Date Like to have sex well. Lack of put you IV or HP and if you have. HIV you're, at higher, risk for cancer and yes. Heterosexual women heterosexual men can't get HIV Do not share needles You, guys are you know, into the opiates please please don't share needles and then. Get your regular screenings we. Got mammograms out there we've. Got colonoscopy prostate screens there's so many things just skin cancer streets You know. A friend of mine had just battled cancer It was kind. Of a scary kind just came, out of the. Blue it's, kind of a vicious kind and thank God We've been, praying like crazy So far so good And I think one thing to credits his success so far knock on wood is that the person's healthy, heaps a healthy weight. Good diet exercise regularly I know we talk about it and it goes in one ear. And out the other and I mean even me some, French fries last night I, get you Yeah I like to have some junk food. But you have got to make sure. That you realize that your body, you'll just because everybody body done well on junk. Food when you're a teenager doesn't mean. That's really the type of fuel your body wants and remember your body is more is concentrating more on and prioritizing making sure, your heart is working. Make sure your brain gets enough oxygen if there's a little rogue cell that's not going. To be the body's first priority if you. Have a lot of vitamins On.
"throat cancer" Discussed on WRKO AM680
"Will be very button so just, like you can't drink alcohol before? Twenty one in Massachusetts you will not be able to smoke? Cigarettes or any tobacco tobacco products before the. Age of twenty one Brittany thinks it's a good. Decision on the part of the, governor I think it's a horrible decision agree disagree Larry Europe next go ahead Larry Jess good afternoon sir Larry I hear you're you're with Britney on this yes I am sir one million. Percent with Britney and I'll explain. To, you, why, I. Am, a smoker. Sir Fifty. Three, years old and. I've been smoking for the. Past, let's say thirty. Five years since I was, eighteen years old and I'm going to say one thing, sir Smoking cigarettes does not do, anything anything good. For you anything sir all it is. It's a rotten habit it's not a bad habit it's a rotten habit because it kills your Cindy inside Oh so what, I, wanted? To say this. Is Britney is one. Million percent what I what. I would suggest is that they do away with cigarettes Completely sir it shouldn't. Even, be on the menu on the human menu at all sure that's one. Of the points and I agree with miss Brittany as a small airports Larry Larry if you don't mind me asking. I mean look you're right smoking is bad for? You can, lead to lung cancer throat cancer Larry you've called? His. Show many times before you're obviously a very smart man why don't you just quit or. Try to quit I mean I'm, just curious why have you not quit smoking okay so let me explain. To you what the situation. Is with smoking smoking becomes a habit even. If you try to quit let's? Say you quit, for a, year or two years. Or three years, something happens in your life the first thing you're gonna go? To his what is the, next. Cigarettes are you can try? You know maybe people, did. It they were successful but, a lot of us cannot you know what I mean it's in the bloodstream, via? Sir you know what I mean it's, it's. Very, bad. Sir Brittany's one million percent rate if and I say that and I. Put. My stamp on one million. Percent right they should do away with cigarettes completely sir You have in, the? Past but you're saying it's just so, addictive Whenever it is a period of stress or anxiety or. Whatever, you revert, to. Smoking because it's that powerful of a drug. Yes it is, sir it's, completely the. Most dangerous drug out there people think that, you know marijuana's bad the thing, that Jane is better. Than that, this thing kill you so slow you won't. Even know, you know we don't even. Know what will hit us? You know how will come, the danger you know what I mean Give you a quick example a drug. Addict he's gonna, take drugs, he knows. That if he if he over does it, he's got a certain date with, spoken sir there is. No no, certain time it can be at any time. Because it, affects everything in your body. You know what I mean Thank you very much for that. Call I really appreciate it Thank you. Larry. Six one seven two six six sixty eight sixty eight okay well Britney. You got a lot more supporters than you think out there my friend six one seven. Two six six, sixty. Eight sixty eight Dave in Beverly Europe. Next go ahead Dave The Italian stallion how. Are, you my, friend Stellian.
"throat cancer" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Throat cancer diagnosis to just a few short months being the free actually imagine eating stars riffing through her body in dawson let's go let's go back a little bit to talk about because we we lost you a little bit on the phone how did she imagine these healing stars and how how did she do this well what you do is optional the diagnosis only real focus was not having a good debt you don't want to get being treatments and dying page what did it have a good day especially live about stop for hours on end imagining these healing stars ripping down at going through her body and then like balloon being pricked by a pin she visualized that adds the heating stars touch the cancer cell they taught it as you'd like the bathtub letting out a little bit cooler water springs for hot water having the specialization doing through her mind every day and it took from march to november when she finally went back to pasta oggi's that's debt and they found that she had no answer in her body side lots of stories like that because what i find is if i help people to study they could appreciate the the data telling the story like that it really has impact so the book is full of those types of stories you also say that ilan mosque of course the founder of tesla spacex and pay pal of course had a devastating tragedy that he overcome what happened to him civil things he got a form of malaria basil when he was visiting a state of south africa get a child but died he had been setbacks is i spacex they may pay pal and the first launch was a disaster the rockets flew i second lord was disaster you ran out of money your money at always personal tragedies and he said i i just believe it this i'm just keep on going i mean this guy has he has just say he has such a mindset of success that failure off the stadio doesn't her him and so what happens with these these people who are able to cope set sure they discouragement they have setbacks their lives and yet they're cutting eventually produces shifts in out reality and he's one of those people who just whole division has gone the other of them by the king many of these visionaries they things were not food not easy that personal tragedies that all kinds of setbacks and they held their causes a steady through all of those which laughs social change the world now was their power of their minds always with them or did they change a little bit later in things got better i think that they stuck to their principles but like for example the theresa who was such an inspirational to many people in her her confessions the letters confessor republished author a death she doubted every core principle of her face george wallace was wracked by doubt yes he kept on doing what she had this conviction was her her mission so it doesn't mean that those of us who are intent on on achieving thing on holding that vision don't have dow started setbacks week do people do that huge versus like elon musk his first two rockets blowing up one of the launch pad they just hold hold on dawson we're at a break we're gonna come back and talk more here's our first emerging artists makeshift prodigy from lansing illinois the official website of coast to coast am is coast to coast am dot com log on now.
"throat cancer" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"In orlando as always christopher crawford well he does our engineering andrew her list of produces a show david roberts is our guest in the first segment veteran mountain kleiber award winning author his book is out olympics of the node and jon krakauer said nobody alive rights better about mountaineering and it's peculiar adherents than david roberts that's quite quite high praise isn't it david that's that's nice to hear from john tell me about the background of this book what what what went on here what's going on what are you writing about for the bulk was when i was diagnosed with throat cancer three years ago stage four throat cancer so very serious and very life threatening and that made me think about what i have spent most of my life doing which is pursuing adventure in one form or another i mountain climbing and all kinds of other versions of it and that's because of the cancer felt urgent to sort of get down what adventure it meant to me but what is it not to out history and it was still alive whether there were chances for people ventures that the classic explorers had here's the background folks in one thousand nine hundred sixty five at the age of twenty two our guest david roberts gathered with three companions and alaska to attempt to feet that had never been completed the four young men we're going to climb the west face of mount huntington after a harrowing ascent that lasted thirty two days robertson is team stood atop the mountain looked out on the dim light of the alaskan night twenty hours later roberts partner ed burns repel anchor failed and he plunged four thousand feet to his death and that is what brought roberts to pen an account of the expedition amount of my fear no it doesn't it sort of the most upsetting my life to have this wonderful climb competed in the four of us on the summit together and just as you said twenty hours later to lose that for good even able to go look for his body he found a such an accessible place that was see that was fifty two years ago yes no is fifty well it was nineteen sixty five you were twenty you're twenty two four so david when did you first discover mountaineering boulder colorado and surrounded by locks and now.
"throat cancer" Discussed on 710 WOR
"He was part of an evidence collection team so literally sifting through all this toxic debris and i think he did a stint on the dignitary detail so he'd escort president bush or whoever else was coming through so he being at ground zero was the lifestyle for for a number of months and he said he retired a couple of years ago felt fine started a bit of a new career you know he's kids were in college and everything was going great until in his words he found a tennis ball sticking out of his neck and and that's when he was diagnosed with throat cancer and he's come to learn through volunteer work at the at the the the queen's clinic there are nine other guys in his situation that have developed throat cancer he said before that he never knew anybody with throat cancer but it's evident to him you know even without being a doctor or a statistician that there was something there and and that's what the special master for the victim's compensation fund seems to be sharing with us that these claims are coming in from from people who are only getting sick now and and that's why you know these retired guys have to register so they can file a claim even if they're not sick now so they can file a claim if they get sick in the future is the registration period still open or is it about twenty until twenty twenty so the and it doesn't sound like it's a deadline that's anytime soon but but in less than two years the the eligibility for this fund is going to close and then you know people are going to be auto luck and so what a number of retired police and firefighter types are doing is is urging guys even if they're not sick register so that the the government has your name and if you develop something and it's taken this long for for some of these symptoms to occur then at least it's a bit of an insurance policy.
"throat cancer" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Brian grow of course that's pretty direct bright but had no impact no but you know what i think did have an impact and i think about i've i did not smoke i've never smoked i've never smoked cigarettes and so i i remember seeing those commercials and it didn't have an impact on me because i already didn't smoke cigarettes both my parents were sort of health junkies who smoked and i remember them going through the quitting especially my mother quitting that it was a struggle to quit cigarettes i'm used to cut the cigarettes and half and hide them in the garage and then she'd find the half's and i'd cut him in thirds and she'd come find the thirds but she ultimately quick because she wanted to quit but those ads where you saw the the woman who could barely speak because of the throat cancer and i know people i know kids who've said to me god i don't want to end up like that so i think these strong ads and less glamorizing by hollywood and some of these other people you know you see all these commercials like and all these all these movies that quentin tarantino and all these people doing drugs how cool it is how hip it is i think we do need to give it away up call movie called reefer madness obviously they didn't have the impact show it depends on the situation remember the cigarettes using less cigarettes a lot of it has to do not so much with the psa showing you where you could end up and how you could end up having throat cancer or lung cancer and be on your deathbed but really because he raised the price of a pack thirteen and fifteen bucks when he used to be you could get a carton for that.
"throat cancer" Discussed on Pop Culture Continuum
"Roughness of the sound on the you know i guess you know it just appeal to me because you know my parents were hated it that's all i think i think that was the main thing and like i said on this well they had a couple singles off this that uh went top forty in the uk so anything that went up forty here no i don't think they raided here at all what does not okay um it was i think it wasn't until number the beast which had like a number one uk single ana or number two or something and then and then they got big over here after they got the new singer m after this dude left paul the ato the singer on this album and this guy only less for like two or three albums wells here to albums the men who have replaced him as he the one minutes was on the album we listen to reality third yucca yap bruce dickinson he's the he's one when we watch the so he's pretty crazy we watched that a documentary on i remain he so he's a pilot he like flew that right around on that whole tour and he's like a world class fencer and apparently before the the um we listen to a before that he got he contracted throat cancer and had to have a lotta shit done and then he still came back and saying so i admire the even though i don't he knows necessarily lung the ruzic not going gonna say anything vet about that apple now my god anyway.
"throat cancer" Discussed on Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard
"And i had just been at a um oh my god uh i'm bob lang a polling i was bodey and there was a gentleman there who had the voice box in a couldn't understand anything that he said don't ask me why and i said what if he had a voice box at words gimmicks that he holds throw you don't like the people with with throat cancer have a said there was just this guy out there in in us once i tuned into and i can you know get into you can understand what they're saying and i you know but that didn't come for year bright there are known you tell to london mansion we gotta hear from him let's talk about the mask because cain said several versions of this mask over the years i mean he even had a medal one there for the law but lots of different incarnations of the mass in of course eventually he unmasks and people would say that there was a hair at that suet nothing a lot of people for year stuff bells all keane's real hair and at different times there was more of his hair there than other towns but chat me up about the different maths when did you guys first say the mask albany our nation's it to go through before vents said that it what do you recall about that luke probably saw the first mass sometime in september or what have you um we liked them but the the mass just naturally evolved is he would get new ones in and they would start to wear and no with the sweat the smell would get to be kinda brutal and he would just change at the design a little bit but that was something that glenn started to do.