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"thyroid cancer" Discussed on Jesus Calling: Stories of Faith

Jesus Calling: Stories of Faith

04:03 min | Last month

"thyroid cancer" Discussed on Jesus Calling: Stories of Faith

"At 23, when I was diagnosed with thyroid cancer, I felt like everything just sort of snapped. The thyroid cancer metastasized it kept coming back. I had to put my job, drop out of school, and there was a time when I actually finally thought I had had the world by the tail and it all just came to a screeching halt. And I fell into this very deep depression and I wish I could just die. And fortunately, my mother had instilled this very deep level of guilt and always told me that if something happened to me, her life would be over, so I never really thought about killing myself. But I really kept thinking, there's no reason for me to be on the planet. And I just wished that God would let a truck hit me. Or I kept praying that God would just let something happen. Because I was just wasting oxygen on the planet. I guess God picked me because he knew I could handle it. He gave me the strength. And even when I didn't know it God knew it. And it was a light switch moment because I realized in that moment that if I only took 50% responsibility, it meant someone or something else had the other 50%. It meant I wasn't really in control of it. It wasn't me just relying on God. It was like me giving up control and being a victim. And it was this light switch moment and it changed the trajectory of my life at that point. And I started to realize that's, you know, I'm reluctant when it comes to healing. But God knows so much more than we do. There's a reason he puts these things in front of us. And I probably will argue again in the future. But I'm going to lose. I already know that. 'cause I've already said that prayer. It's like, God, please humble my heart. Let me know when this is from you. I think it's important to draw boundaries, but also understand what God's calling you to do something. Reclaiming our health and wellness is one of the most empowering things we can do. And I did not grow up healthy. I was a very sick child. So I went on a mission to learn what the importance of nutrition lifestyle exercise. What is the importance to our physical health to our mental health? What I learned is that when I put myself out there and helped when I didn't want to, I just had no idea how much of the help was for them, but the healing was for me. God had these big healing lessons in store for me. And I couldn't see it. I couldn't know it until I actually did it until I actually trusted him enough to do the uncomfortable thing. So the help was for him and the healing was for me. So I think prayer is incredibly powerful. Prayers when I'm talking to God. And I tell them my joy, my frustration, everything that there is. And I get it out of my head. And it just really stills my soul and it's so helpful. I noticed that when I get too busy, my life feels chaotic and hectic. When I take the time to pray and meditate, I feel like I can handle what's going on in my life. It's just that simple. I tend to not ask for what I want, but rather for strength to handle what's happening. I pray to God about my frustrations, I pray to God about what I would, you know, if it's his will to let things happen, but mostly I pray for strength. I feel like my life is so much better today, not in spite of my struggles, but because of them. You just have no idea how powerful that can be going forward. What God has in store for you

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Hug breaks wheelchair course record, wins 5th NYC Marathon

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 3 months ago

Hug breaks wheelchair course record, wins 5th NYC Marathon

"The New York City marathon is back to full capacity for the first time since the pandemic with 50,000 runners on our 26.2 mile course through all 5 boroughs Sunday Daniel Roberts is running her 6th marathon and she says there's nothing like it The New York crowds are like nowhere else You know turning into Central Park When you're in New York you're like a rockstar The 55 year old thyroid cancer survivor running to raise money for research Her husband has cancer now That form of non Hodgkin's lymphoma is incurable So training and getting through the runs a lot was just being able to do something that he couldn't The marathon has 500 official charity partners last year close to $48 million was raised Julie Walker New York

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 Joanna Simon, acclaimed singer, TV correspondent, dies at 85

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 3 months ago

Joanna Simon, acclaimed singer, TV correspondent, dies at 85

"Two of musician Carly Simon's sisters have died within a day of each other I'm Archie's are a letter with the latest Joanna Simon who was an acclaimed opera singer before becoming an arts correspondent for the McNeil lehrer NewsHour died on Wednesday at the age of 85 She had thyroid cancer Lucy Simon known for composing the music to the Broadway musical The Secret Garden died of breast cancer on Thursday at the age of 82 according to her daughter Carly says the loss of her sisters will be long and haunting but it's impossible to mourn them without celebrating their incredible lives

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"thyroid cancer" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:45 min | 4 months ago

"thyroid cancer" Discussed on AP News

"Happening now at Lowe's. Pricing and offer subject to change at any time. Bonus points calculated before taxes and fees after applicable discounts, if any, filed through 9 23. EP news met it. In London mourners continued to pay their respects to Queen Elizabeth II, waiting in queue that stretched up to 16 hours. The President Biden departed Washington Saturday morning bound for London ahead of the queen's state funeral on Monday. A meeting between Biden and new British prime minister Liz truss that was planned for Sunday has been called off. Tropical storm Fiona was nearing Puerto Rico Saturday. Forecasters say it could dump up to 20 inches of rain. A powerful storm the remnants of what was typhoon mirbach, hammered Alaska, early Saturday. Clarabelle Lewis says this is the most powerful storm she's experienced in her 20 years in gulliv in Alaska. We had flooding in the past a few times, but it was never the severe in Belgrade Serbia. Riot police clashed Saturday with soccer hooligans who were protesting a pan European pride march. U.S. ambassador Christopher Hill was among the marches participants. Former Trump White House press secretary Sarah Sanders is out of the hospital after undergoing surgery Friday for thyroid cancer. A spokesman says the 40 year old Sanders, who's running for governor in Arkansas, will be back on the campaign trail soon. Authorities in boulder, county, Colorado say two small airplanes collided in midair Saturday, killing three people. A cessna one 72 and sonic sinos aircraft collided near Longmont, Colorado. I'm Mike Gracia, AP news. I'm Mike rossia reporting the phantom of the opera is scheduled to close on Broadway next year.

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"thyroid cancer" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:56 min | 4 months ago

"thyroid cancer" Discussed on AP News

"You can trust. Find senior caregivers for your parents, it care dot com. Hi, Mike Ross. With an AP news minute. In London mourners continue to pay their respects to Queen Elizabeth II, waiting in queue that stretched up to 16 hours. President Biden departed Washington Saturday morning bound for London ahead of the queen's state funeral on Monday, leading between Biden and new British prime minister Liz truss that was planned for Sunday has been called off. Tropical storm Fiona was nearing Puerto Rico Saturday. Forecasters say it could dump up to 20 inches of rain. A powerful storm, the remnants of what was typhoon murbach, hammered Alaska, early Saturday. Clarabelle Lewis says this is the most powerful storm she's experienced in her 20 years in gulliv in Alaska. We had flooding in the past a few times, but it was never the severe in Belgrade Serbia. Riot police clashed Saturday with soccer hooligans who were protesting a pan European pride march. U.S. ambassador Christopher Hill was among the marches participants. Former Trump White House press secretary Sarah Sanders is out of the hospital after undergoing surgery Friday for thyroid cancer. A spokesman says the 40 year old Sanders, who's running for governor in Arkansas, will be back on the campaign trail soon. Authorities in boulder, county, Colorado say two small airplanes collided in midair Saturday, killing three people. A cessna one 72 and sonic sinos aircraft collided near Longmont, Colorado. I'm Mike Gracia, AP news. I'm Mike Gracia reporting the phantom of the opera is scheduled to close on Broadway next year. It has been a fixture on Broadway since 1988. But the phantom of the opera, Broadway's longest running show is drawing to a close. Phantom is

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Sarah Sanders treated for thyroid cancer

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 4 months ago

Sarah Sanders treated for thyroid cancer

"I'm Mike Gracia reporting Sarah Sanders is released from the hospital after cancer surgery Former White House press secretary Sarah Sanders was released from an Arkansas hospital Saturday after undergoing surgery for thyroid cancer Sandra spokesman Judd Deere said following successful surgery on Friday to remove her thyroid and surrounding lymph nodes and in consultation with her physician Sarah was discharged from an Arkansas hospital cancer free Sanders had announced Friday that a biopsy earlier this month revealed she had thyroid cancer The 40 year old Sanders is a Republican candidate for governor in Arkansas Dear told The Associated Press Saturday

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"thyroid cancer" Discussed on Another Mother Runner

Another Mother Runner

02:30 min | 8 months ago

"thyroid cancer" Discussed on Another Mother Runner

"It again in three months, it'll be back to normal. It's just a normal variation flip in thyroid hormone production. And that also speaks to the finding in the winter. So, you know, if you have a slight abnormality in the winter, you're not going to want to start thyroid hormone based on that one result regardless, you're going to want to repeat it in three to 6 months and just see if it's any different. That's reassuring. Yeah. Okay, so Sarah on Twitter asks this question for runners who've had their thyroid removed. Are there any specific tips or words of encouragement for them? Yeah, yeah, well, I certainly have words of encouragement. I see a lot of patients who have had thyroid cancer, so they've had their thyroids removed entirely. And I can say that the vast majority of them feel back to their normal selves once we get them on the optimal dose of thyroid hormones. So that's clearly maybe different than what you would read. On the Internet is on vlogs. But the vast majority of people do feel back to their normal selves once we get them on an optimal dose for them, which could take maybe we get it right the very first time, but it could take 6 months, 12 months, potentially. There are a small subset of people who just don't quite feel the same after their thyroid surgery. I'm not going to lie, that does happen. And when that's the case, we do have a couple of things that we can try in terms of their thyroid hormone replacement. Sometimes adding in a second type of thyroid hormone T three can be useful in that situation. Sometimes not. So there are things that we can try, but the vast majority of people feel well. I will say that for somebody who has had their entire thyroid removed, they do probably need to be a bit more fastidious with how they take their thyroid hormone replacement. So for somebody who just has a mildly underactive thyroid and they're using the thyroid hormone replacement to replace what their thyroid is no longer making on their own, if we don't get the dose quite right if it's a little too high, a little too low, the body is going to be able to compensate with that buffer that and get your thyroid levels stable. If you don't have any thyroid hormone production in your body anymore because you've had your entire thyroid removed, you're completely relying on that pill. And so you do need to be pretty consistent with how you're taking it. You need to take it about the same way each day and not miss pills and that type of thing. So you do have to be a little bit more cautious and watchful, I would say. All right, so and you touched on Hashimoto's thyroiditis earlier, our next guest was recently diagnosed with it, so she'll go into details about her.

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"thyroid cancer" Discussed on The Thinking Atheist

The Thinking Atheist

05:25 min | 9 months ago

"thyroid cancer" Discussed on The Thinking Atheist

"In it. This has been your moment of science. Still panicked at the number of these that I'm not entirely sure aren't. Aliens. Here's an article from sai babe that gonna get a lot of people's underwear in a wad. I'm sure it'll provoke some spirited debate. It has to do with nuclear energy, and I'm one of those guys. I think nuclear makes a lot of sense, and she posted some statistics about death rates and accidents and air pollution and greenhouse gas emissions from various types of energy. Coal, of course, is the worst offender, followed by oil than natural gas, then biomass, hydropower, and then nuclear energy is way down at the bottom of the list. Just above wind and solar. Nuclear energy statistically, when it comes to death rates and accidents and pollution, et cetera, is, in fact, one of the safest and cleanest sources of energy. The statistics compiled from our world and data, the journal of cleaner production, nature magazine, and other sources cited in the study. So she posted this moment of science. She said, it's hard to figure out exactly how many people have died and will continue to be affected by some of the world's largest nuclear boners. The Soviet Union's official death toll from Chernobyl was clocked at just 31 people because Soviet math is fun. It's a tad doubtful than all the excess deaths in the region over the following years from thyroid cancer and lymphoma were coincidences. Estimates vary and range from 4000 to 16,000 fatalities in Europe from the accident. The other nuclear disaster that comes even remotely close in overall scale, Fukushima was far more fatal from the earthquake and tsunami than the radiation. The first fatality attributed to the nuclear component of the fucking worst day ever was 7 years after the disaster in 2018 from lung cancer. How the fuck ever I didn't bring this up to talk about the dangers of splitting our friend the atom. I brought this up to tell you that beyond climate change pits a fire in the Gulf of Mexico and dead birds washing up on the shores of Orange County, fossil fuels used correctly, our way, bucking deadlier than nuclear energy could aspire to be. It's easy to write off deaths that don't seem so dramatic. Someone dies of lung cancer, you tell yourself, perhaps they smoked, or it was just their time. It gets harder to ride off all the fatalities as coincidence when you poke through the data, and somehow there's an excess of lung issues in areas where the air quality is rotten egg farts. Burning fossil fuels releases fine particulate matter that's out to wreck lungs. P.m. 2.5 filters are great at managing these, but living in areas where the air quality is typically brimstone, all those tiny particles will add up. According to a study conducted by researchers at Harvard and university college London, there were 8.7 million people who died prematurely from pollution, largely caused by fossil fuels in 2018, which is fortunately lower than the 10.2 million estimated to have died from the same cause in 2012, but still counts for one out of 5 premature deaths in our species. Most of these fatalities are in India and China, but there are hotspots scattered in more populated areas throughout the world. If your reaction is, that's just one study, there are many. Though their numbers vary, nobody's come to the conclusion that fossil fuel emissions are a source of vitamin C or something. Beyond fatalities, this type of air quality degradation from fossil fuels exacerbates asthma can cause various types of tissue damage and contributes to cardiovascular disease. It's hard to take up the mantle of fighting an invisible enemy when we've so long accepted that it's just there. Further, compounding the issue, at least in America, there are some elected officials who may sooner tell you to suck on a tailpipe for your health than to get a gas efficient car. I definitely don't have an answer to solve climate change, but the answer is not, and has never been making an enemy out of nuclear energy. This has been your moment of science, bracing for nuclear grade hate mail about this one. Man, the common section went insane. Okay, what's next here? I'm trying to mix it up for you, you know, give you a variety of subjects from yvette Don trama the sy babe. Today's moment of science,.

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"thyroid cancer" Discussed on Health Babes Podcast

Health Babes Podcast

04:39 min | 1 year ago

"thyroid cancer" Discussed on Health Babes Podcast

"Well, thanks so much for coming on ash. Thanks so much for having me. I'm so excited to be here. Yes. I'm just looking at the card that comes with the teas, and it's awesome because she has a like the days of the menstrual cycle, like what's happening with the hormones, do you guys are gonna love this? I can't wait to talk about this. So anyway, let's get into it. So let's talk about how you got into hormone and gut health. Can you walk us through that? Yeah, absolutely. Like most of us, I feel my own healing journey really brought me to focus on hormone and gut health. I was diagnosed with Hashimoto's, which is an autoimmune thyroid disease at age 19. And back then there really wasn't a lot of education, patient focused education or resources on this. So I went most of my life not really knowing how to manage autoimmunity or how to even fix my thyroid, so it just kind of relied on prescription medications and then at the age of 27 I was diagnosed with thyroid cancer, which was a shock to me at such a young age, but also such a gift because it opened my eyes to holistic healing and just really understanding how my body works and starting to take a little bit more of an empowered stance around that. So from there, I healed my own body, went back to school and now I got to show up for other people and support them on their own healing journey. Wow, that's amazing. I knew that Hashimoto's, but I didn't know you had thyroid cancer. Yeah, yeah, so it's a 6 years now since I had thyroid cancer. And I had a total thyroidectomy. So life without a thyroid is a little bit different, but also much the same as life with maybe an underactive thyroid or a couple of organisms. Yeah, we have a lot of that in our practice patients with a half thyroid missing or the whole or just Hashimoto. I have Hashimoto's too, so we work with a lot of that. So yeah, what do you feel is overlooked when it comes to hormone healing with the journey that you've been on and everything that you're doing to help people? Yeah, there's so much information out there about our hormones right now, but one of the things that I feel is most overlooked and honestly I think should be the first place that we're starting is really the connection between our hormones and gut health. And patients are often surprised when they come into my practice and I start asking about their gut health, you know, their bowel movements, how their digestion is and things like that. And we'll often order comprehensive labs related to gut health, so like the GI map stool testing as part of their hormone balancing program or protocol because I think I've seen time and time again, especially in the early days of my practice only running like Dutch testing a lot of the conditions that we're dealing with with relationship to our hormones really do start in our gut..

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"thyroid cancer" Discussed on Sandy K Nutrition

Sandy K Nutrition

04:13 min | 1 year ago

"thyroid cancer" Discussed on Sandy K Nutrition

"Lifestyle queen. Today with me, I have a special guest, his name is Sam, this Nick, and he is a certified massage therapy, and the founder of the release muscle therapy technique. And we had a great talk. I'm not gonna spoil it now, but we talked all about chronic pain. We talked about chronic pain that happens in mid life. It was really a good conversation. We also talked about why his technique is different from a lot of the other techniques you see out there for chronic pain. And you see a lot of this starting to happen in mid life. People are getting diagnosed with arthritis, people are having issues with certain joints, old injuries, I mean, I think it's pretty rampant. And then what else is happening is people are injuring themselves and not recuperating from that injury. And the one thing I always say, of course, as a holistic health practitioner, is that it's really important a to fuel your body with good food. B, to move your body regularly. If you ain't moving it, you're gonna lose it. Actually, it's kind of funny because my dad says that he says that he's 84, and he's like, well, you know, if I don't move it, I'm gonna lose it, and I'm in more pain when I don't move than when I do move. And I truly believe that this is fact. And the other thing that causes pain, inflammation in the body, and so I'm always like of the thought that we need a team we need a team of wellness practitioners. We need our general physicians. They are our best advocate, and they do a lot of things for us. They are the person who really should be our go to. Then we have our specialists. So I myself, I have an endocrinologist because I have no thyroid and had thyroid cancer. So we all need our team. I also have a naturopath doctor. I love her to death. She is amazing. We have lots of great conversations. She is a wealth of knowledge, and she is also able to prescribe to me customized bioidentical hormones, which I am of the belief that every woman in mid life really is probably going to want them or need them at some point. And then there are other practitioners. I have two different osteopaths that I go to. And let's see, who else?.

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"thyroid cancer" Discussed on First & 10s

First & 10s

05:48 min | 1 year ago

"thyroid cancer" Discussed on First & 10s

"Intense with your host Jasmine surgery and Amy Voss. They're tens, get it? Welcome to the first intense podcast I'm Jasmine. And I'm Amy. Thank you for checking us out today. Remember, as we always say, go like, go subscribe, give us a review. Have you checked our reviews by the way lately? I haven't. You know, I haven't. Let's look really compelling live live is we're doing this. Anyway, review us. You can share us as well first intense podcast dot com all words. That's our website. Yeah. Well, while she's checking our reviews, update on me, my voice is and now the Amy update minute. Go, I mean, what's going on in the world of Amy, we're all dying to know. Yeah. Well, this may be an unlistenable podcast 'cause my voice is like the others are. Really weird. Well, those might be like substantially unlisted. Like the others aren't, right? My voice is doing something. You know, I had this thyroid surgery I had a half my thyroid removed. And it's like my voice. You look, you look bigger. You look great. For some reason, my voice is getting progressively worse, which is not a very good sign. You're an ass looks amazing. Exactly. Unfortunately, it is thyroid cancer, so I will have to have another surgery. But for some reason, I don't understand what I'm like, I told Jasmine yesterday I was like, I don't know if my voice is gonna sound like, but I think the cancer's eating away at my vocal cords..

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"thyroid cancer" Discussed on Sandy K Nutrition

Sandy K Nutrition

05:44 min | 1 year ago

"thyroid cancer" Discussed on Sandy K Nutrition

"Course is that you can have someone who you know the Chronicle age may be forty forty five years old. You can calculate a biological age from their anti genetics which may be several years younger for someone who is in quite good health of made very good health lifestyle choices. Over the course of their lifetime so chronologically they may be forty five but biologically they could be forty years old and of course. The converse is also true. So you can have similar forty-five-year-old to maybe you know Heavy smoker didn't exercise or or take care of a you know was not able to get to sleep life for different reasons and they could have a biological age. This actually accelerated compared to the chronologically. So maybe like fifty years old something like that right so for myself. I've had cancer. I had cancer at forty one thyroid cancer. And i actually have this conversation with a couple of colleagues of mine in this industry. And they're like oh well you know what. You should be happy with that like. I was kind of disappointed. So if i look back at my history. My health history. The fact that i've had cancer would that be something that would be. A part of my results are having impact definitely. Could there are studies looking at this. So cancer does associate with acceleration of the epa genetic age so This could be really Due to a couple of different reasons so maybe just really as a consequence of the of the disease. So you're you're altered epigenetics as a result of cancer They could alter them the the biological clock Similarly has been shown that a common treatment for cancer is kema therapeutics. And these have They're very powerful drugs in many cases and can have lots of systemic effects on your body a one of which is to help kill control cancer but other adverse side effects as well and as a result of this it can also affect. I mean it's been shown to affect the biological agents. Well interesting okay. Well i never had Chemotherapy thankfully and i didn't have radio thankfully. but i guess just not cancer marker. Now what about if. I used to be a smoker which was many years ago.

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"thyroid cancer" Discussed on Trina Talk

Trina Talk

05:41 min | 1 year ago

"thyroid cancer" Discussed on Trina Talk

"They kind of show new stigma on you. There's already so stigmas on people as it. Is they just address next one. Like oh you're supposed to be able to go that ten pound object and move it. No i can't i karnik they. People just don't know and it's just things they were taught inherently as growing up. Trust the people in the white coats. They know what they're talking about. Not necessarily they're practicing. And that's what we call them practicing. Doctors practicing physicians healthcare providers but remember. They are practicing and yes. I didn't go through eight years of medical school. But i had lived with chronic illness for over twenty years at some point win. Do i come the expert of what. I go through daily. My i am who i am right. I have an expert of so if i tell you. This isn't working or this. Medication seems to be causing backside or no. I don't want to rush into that surgery. I ain't alpay with what you want to right. Take that time the okay. And that is so important and i hope the listeners out there are really taking. He'd you know it's not where you know. It's not life threatening. Where do they need to get you in today. Take that time you take that time. Do some research get a follow up Think about it. Pray about it whatever you need to do because it is you know and i remember. Shortly after i moved here to texas. I had a lymph node in my neck that flare up. Go down there. And it started to concern me. And i was like and this doesn't look good going to the doctor saying you know. Hey he's like now. It's like i wanted out in. Do you know he actually gave me the look of like. He was so irritated. And i said you know. I don't know what this is so i'd rather come out and be biopsy because far as i know i mean it could be cancer. I don't know and he was like. There's nothing wrong and i was like i don't care i want it. Oh that's a big. Unless look unless they do that test and they don't know right until i did. They didn't know my sister who is of color she literally just throat cancer and is a three year process in finally the she was like wall. She got a doctor to order a test. She wanted test in all of a sudden. everything changed. like oh you. Have you have thyroid cancer while turns out because they waited. There's a whole three year period. There she didn't just every cancer. It rack remember volvo courts which she talks for living. She had choy a chance. Not when they went to remove the cancer not being off and it turned it throat cancer and spreading multiple lymph nodes in her neck so they might think oh. It's not his but until they voted woke right. Don't know so. I hope that you are able to find a doctor who would listen and do the surgery for you. Yeah actually this doctor. He ended up doing it but he he was really just when i told him i was like. I don't care he kind of he. I mean he really. You can see it in his face. He really showed that he was irritated with me. Because i told him i don't care what you think and after that is like he didn't even wanna see me when i went in for the after visit the post op visit. I had another doctor. Debt removed stitches and talked me..

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"thyroid cancer" Discussed on Short Wave

Short Wave

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"thyroid cancer" Discussed on Short Wave

"I grew up in the new york city area. And i remember this period so clearly. Many first responders spent weeks doing rescue and recovery work at ground zero site in the aftermath of september eleventh. What were they exposed to. Well you know just. After the towers collapsed the air was filled with smoke with debris basically all that had collapsed on the concrete glass pipes. I mean everything. Kind of pulverized and burning into this ash. It was laden with all kinds of heavy metals including lead and other toxins. I mean many of us. Remember that plume of smoke and debris that could be seen from space on that day and dr michael crane. Who's an environmental medicine. Expert at mount sinai told me that there has never been anything quite like it be exposure was really dramatic the dust. I mean there was all kinds of carcinogens and combustion products in fibers glass fibers in festus fibers and it was really a witch's brew and given what was in the air. There was definitely a concern early on that it might increase the risk of certain cancers and we have research about that now so how much of an increased risk of cancer is there among first responders. Well some of the most recent data suggests that the total number of cancers is only slightly elevated compared to the general population but scientists have documented like significant increases in certain cancer is a twenty five percent increase in prostate cancer. A doubling in the risk of thyroid cancer and about a forty percent increased risk and leukemia. And there are also a number of rare cancers that are linked to the

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9/11 First Responders Have Higher Cancer Risks but Better Survival Rates

Short Wave

01:45 min | 1 year ago

9/11 First Responders Have Higher Cancer Risks but Better Survival Rates

"I grew up in the new york city area. And i remember this period so clearly. Many first responders spent weeks doing rescue and recovery work at ground zero site in the aftermath of september eleventh. What were they exposed to. Well you know just. After the towers collapsed the air was filled with smoke with debris basically all that had collapsed on the concrete glass pipes. I mean everything. Kind of pulverized and burning into this ash. It was laden with all kinds of heavy metals including lead and other toxins. I mean many of us. Remember that plume of smoke and debris that could be seen from space on that day and dr michael crane. Who's an environmental medicine. Expert at mount sinai told me that there has never been anything quite like it be exposure was really dramatic the dust. I mean there was all kinds of carcinogens and combustion products in fibers glass fibers in festus fibers and it was really a witch's brew and given what was in the air. There was definitely a concern early on that it might increase the risk of certain cancers and we have research about that now so how much of an increased risk of cancer is there among first responders. Well some of the most recent data suggests that the total number of cancers is only slightly elevated compared to the general population but scientists have documented like significant increases in certain cancer is a twenty five percent increase in prostate cancer. A doubling in the risk of thyroid cancer and about a forty percent increased risk and leukemia. And there are also a number of rare cancers that are linked to the

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"thyroid cancer" Discussed on Broken Brain with Dhru Purohit

Broken Brain with Dhru Purohit

03:56 min | 1 year ago

"thyroid cancer" Discussed on Broken Brain with Dhru Purohit

"Thank you so much for being here. L. delight to talk with you. I can't wait to dive into it. So let's jump right in. I wanna start with something that our podcast audience is a little bit familiar with because we did an entire newsletter in episode series on. Em apps. But i want you to expand on it. So in two thousand and eleven the world health organization and The i a r c they classified. Ems as a group to be possible carcinogen now that was in two thousand eleven now. What a lot of people don't know is that since that time period there has been a lot of additional research. That has come out. And i'd love free to expand on it specifically the links between ems cell phone radiation non ionizing radiation and the link to cancer slash carcinogens. So can you start us off from there. I certainly can try. I think most people don't realize that a cell phone is a two way microwave radiating device it sends and receives messages in order to function and it has multiple antennas on it which are emitting and receiving microwave radiation now. This radiation is too weak to directly break the dna bonds that are in every cell of every living thing but it does break. The dna bonds a through indirect means. So it doesn't do it like ionizing. Radiation like x rays. Which were all familiar with is damaging but it does damage the dna indirectly and caused a condemning dna. This can lead cells to proliferate out of control which results in cancer normally we get damage to our dna all the time from sunlight from just being alive and because we have healthy cells with healthy dna. That damage gets repaired but what we know now from studies that have been done since twenty eleven is that this kind of radiation could be damaging cells. Let's talk about the kind of evidence that we have. We've really got studies. Done in cell cultures experiments done in petri dishes with cell cultures taken from humans and animals. We have studies done whole animals where we follow them. Over a period of time using controlled studies with designs that they've been standardized over many decades. And then we have studies in human beings where we look at people who for example have brain cancer or thyroid cancer and we compare them with those who do not have the disease but are the same age same experiences and we find out whether the cell phone history differs. and that's where we had the most problems because the data are difficult to get people don't live in cages. We don't control them like we can with animals but those studies also shown effect. So if we look at the experimental studies in cell cultures. Those studies were around in twenty. Eleven are now much more robust. There are many more of them most recently. An expert group advise the swiss government that looking at all of the in vitro evidence. And in vivo evidence there was clear evidence it cell phone. Radiation can increase what we call reactive oxygen species now. These are free radicals that can be like the coors of the cells they roam around and wherever they see a free electron they grab it and they cause damage and the right you act of oxygen species proliferate with cell phone radiation which is also emitted by your laptops your baby monitors and other devices which is why we at environmental healthtrust recommend wiring your devices for use in your home and limiting your.

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"thyroid cancer" Discussed on Mojo In The Morning

Mojo In The Morning

02:49 min | 1 year ago

"thyroid cancer" Discussed on Mojo In The Morning

"Elissa got four out of five to four out of five. She need a. Don't let those nerves get tia here. We go question number one for your fifteenth win in a row. What god is a woman singer has seemingly been dropping clues to fans recently that she is launching her own beauty brand. Ariana grounding wonder one question number two during a recent cancer fundraiser. Sofia vergara opened up about getting diagnosed with thyroid cancer. At twenty eight years old. Virginia is best known for playing gloria on what. Abc sitcom modern family to to to question three. The first photos were released yesterday of beyond saying jay z. Starring as the new faces for what luxury brand. I'll give you a multiple. Oh three to two. That's the one listened messed yes. You got two more questions right. You'd get at least one of these right in your are champion fifteen in a row. I know that you're the type of person that wants to have a clean victory. So you gotta get both these rights for that question. Four what k pop group known for songs like butter and dynamite has officially canceled their upcoming map of the soul world tour. Bps and perfect score fifteen wins in a since deleted instagram post kanye west seemingly shared the address of drake's toronto Home publicly this week tour. False drake is from toronto. True you are. I will see you tomorrow. Shahida five four shing nida. You did amazing interro. You've been on with us for three solid weeks. And you've been an awesome champion. You're now in the tournament of champions and tomorrow we'll be fine. You against shannon. Okay all right. Hey you know what elissa. You're a great champion. We got something nice for you. This is good you guys when you come back to town from your honeymoon when you give you a pair of tickets to see john. Legend who will be performing at the masonic temple in downtown detroit on october. The nineteenth tickets on sale now ticketmaster dot com. Got them for free congratulations. Now hang on the phone and we'll get those for you and we will play again tomorrow morning. Brighton early with the five or six fifty five mornings five.

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"thyroid cancer" Discussed on Sandy K Nutrition

Sandy K Nutrition

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"thyroid cancer" Discussed on Sandy K Nutrition

"Is this. How can they be afraid to ask someone who should be there to advocate for their best health. Listen i know. And i'm not oblivious to the fact that there are limitations in the medical community. I know that their stuff going on behind the scenes that i know nothing about. I recognize that. But i see on the other side a hell of a lot of gas lighting a hell of a lot of non support for women who are really sick and a hell of a lot of prescriptions. Going out there without trying to figure out. Why is this person feeling that way and maybe we should dig a little deeper and look a little bit more. I'm going to tell you my own story. Now many of you know it. I had thyroid cancer at forty one. I'm now fifty one. I had a lot of issues. That a hundred percent pointed to postpartum thyroiditis. My second child was born at the age of thirty five. I had adrenal fatigue so there was a connection between the adrenals the thyroid long before i had thyroid cancer. I had symptoms. But i was told suck it up. Buttercup you just had a baby and you also have a toddler so you need to just kinda figure things out how many women have to just figure things out. I had a newborn baby. And i had such trauma from the birth of that second child and also that second child. She was a trauma. Birth herself she came out blue. Her feet were blue. She was not given to me right away. She was taken away to help breathe because she couldn't breathe on her own. She came back to me one hour later. The lovely nurse. I still remember this. She put her on my chest and she said keeper here. It's going to help her regulate her own breathing. That was beautiful. That was my first beautiful moment with my second child. When i got home it was a whole other ballgame. I had very intense trauma from that birth because she was posterior. She was basically turned around inside of me. It was nasty. I had to have a catheter after her birth. Because i couldn't pee. It was awful..

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"thyroid cancer" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

05:37 min | 2 years ago

"thyroid cancer" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Thank you. Happy to be here. Yeah, So tell me what was the inspiration behind social sparkling wine? So the story for social really started when I was 26. I was diagnosed with thyroid cancer, and I decided to hell holistically instead of having surgery. And so I ended up going on this journey, exploring a lot of different diets and alternative therapies. And from that I learned a ton about what our bodies need to be healthy. And even what are what we need to be emotionally healthy, which has such a big effect on our bodies. And so one of the things that I did also was I didn't drink for a couple years and Uh, After that time I was feeling so great and I miss drinking alcohol because I discovered that it really helps people to take down their walls and to really connect with each other and that it's so important for us, as humans is to feel like we're connected, comfortable part of the community and so starting again. But I was getting hangovers getting wait, You know, just feeling feeling, you know, just awful the next day, So I thought there's gotta be a way to have the good parts about alcohol and not have so many of the downsides. Socialist one. Yeah, love it. And a lot of times when people are coming from this place of wellness, they think, Okay, How can wellness and alcohol go hand in hand, But obviously it's all in the ingredients. First of all, But secondly, it's interesting to think about wellness. From the perspective of We need a social life. We need to connect with people for our own wellness. And that's not to say that you have to have alcohol to connect with people or be social. But let's be honest. It's a part of her. Culture, So if it's something that we want to do, but couldn't do it and healthy way, it's a really nice option to have if we especially gonna have the healthy ingredients, so, so that's obviously the minds that you were coming from. What were the next steps toe executing this? Because easier said than done, right? How amazing would it be dubbed? Healthy, alcoholic beverage, But you made it a reality. So tell me about that. Yeah. So what I knew when I started was that was who I wanted to serve, and I really think that that is Is a nice way for people to start is to say your evidence. They have this great idea for a product and then we're gonna figure out who wants that. Or who could could help. Really think more about who? Who are you here To? Whose lives are you trying to improve your oftentimes it's you know, your own or people in similar situations is you which is great because you understand their needs a lot. S. So what I did was I knew that I wanted to serve women, health conscious, active women who are really busy and, you know, wanna have fun but can't be slowed down in life. And so I did market research and surveys. I mean, even where we had certain you know, an app on her phone walking around the streets of Chicago at festivals. So ask them now. What do you drinking now? What do you like about it? What don't you like and from there? We came up with this concept that was missing in the marketplace, which was really for a lower alcohol product that tastes like like wine. That also it doesn't have the self fights doesn't have the glue. And so all these things that they were telling me they really didn't like about other options was basically I just said Okay, here's you know, we'll do the opposite of that opposite of that opposite of that. And before you know it. Here's a whole new concept. It sounds kind of like a miracle drink, so I'm sure it wasn't easy to actually create. Did you partner with someone who had a specialty in creating wind tell me about the actual production process? Absolutely. So I did not know how. Create alcohol. I've worked for for large food company for a year, so I knew how to do sales and marketing. But Very quickly. You know, I put a team together. Actually, there was a business competition of my grad school and and someone was involved who worked at another large alcohol beverage company, and he said I know, I know. Ah, man who creates products and it just so happened that that man is a brewmaster in the seventies. He has invented a lot of other products. He invented Izzy sparkling soda, which they sold to Pepsi. But it's like a more health conscious soda. He was a VP of product development. And he said, I have this product that I invented like seven years before this new way to make the alcohol base. We make it from rice. And he said, I don't know if it will work. I haven't tested it. But I have this idea so you can have it for a small ownership percentage. And I will be your brew Master and I will help develop and test it out. Oh, so yeah, between his knowledge, and and then I kind of threw in there, you know, with the flavors based on some research on you know what health conscious women are drinking from other tea companies or other juice cleanses and said, Here are some of the flavors I'd like. And then I worked with another product development company to put it all together and get samples made. Awesome. That's a great place to take a break. When we come back. We're gonna talk more about bringing this product into market amplifying her message. So sit tight for that. I'm Alex swirly. And this is business. Rock stars is not working on his dad.

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"thyroid cancer" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"thyroid cancer" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Right at the Garden State Parkway in Woodbridge. Over a 95 north in the Bronx at Pelham Parkway. That's a car fire heating things up two lanes of blocked there and also a fire on 57th Street between 2nd and 3rd. Here in town. You now know where not to go on, Debbie. Do him that Joe Piscopo am night 70 the answer. Jo on the radio. Thank you, Debbie. Do him telling you about balance of nature. Miller speaking about it yesterday, you know, I was thinking about it. It was such a hectic day getting up and then get down and you see me walking to work as a car doesn't show up. You know, they're getting home and then the Angelo to plow plow guy, think it but still, I walked through drifts. Snow just and then I made sure the first I said, I got to take my balance in nature because fruits and vegetables in capsule form that's all it is, builds up your immune system. So again, we're not saying a clinically that this will cure anything, but it will we think, build up. We think we build up your immune system because it's fruits and vegetables and that's what they do. And I heard that for so many years. The doctors told me when I first had that thyroid cancer on two years ago, you know 1981 grace of God, You know, they give me the cure rate. But I still worry and they said, eat fruits and vegetables joke and I said why, they said, Because there's antioxidants in fruit vegetables. I said, What is that? Is that like my auntie Millie, is that like my aunt Egypt? No, Joe. This fight's the bad things in your body and the accidents, fruits and vegetables. That's all The balance of nature is in a vegetarian capsule Boom. And now this now this From the Howard family Free shipping. So you gotta call 802 4687 51 and 35% off any new preferred order. And you get your own private health coach, So wouldn't do I take it one Should I do what? What should I think? Where can I double up all those questions that you have, you'll have your own private health codes at no cost. That's a courtesy of the Howard family. Would you call police? It's crazy out there and, you know, I worry about you. I worry about your immune system and we have to build up our immune system. Call 802 4687 51 802 4687 51 to go to balance of nature dot com. Please be sure to use that discount code. The answer tune into the newest program on AM 9 70, the answer real estate today America's number one real estate program Each week, they opened the doors for buyers and sellers with critical incredible information on the real estate market. It's fast paced and fact.

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"thyroid cancer" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

05:14 min | 2 years ago

"thyroid cancer" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"The radio. My goodness Gracious. You cannot make it up. It's one of those mornings. You know, as I watched the news unfold. It was a quiet day. Relatively for yours Truly. Yesterday I was preparing Some things on and dad. I will kind of a work day yesterday. You know, I got business day and then I keep them news on in the background and I can't believe what's unfolding and I'm going off. We've got to address that every single thing we're going to try to address and we're gonna deal with it, and we got to try to make a change and what's frustrating, and I know what you feel kind of the wind out of your sails. That's because you pick somebody to go down to Washington to rip it up. They don't understand that they went after President Trump. They don't understand how frustrated we are and how wrong it is what they're doing by the way and respectfully, I listen to anybody, and I appreciate and love my fellow citizens. You know what? They're wrong, and we're right. Okay, there. You know all we want to stick up for America. And if you don't like it, get the heck out of the country. If you don't like it, really? Listen, if they don't come around to our way we are going to have to go. I keep joking to go to Texas and secede from Texas. It will secede from the United States and just make our own little country, right. I called the United States Junior or something. I don't know you can't trust. What do you think you're doing? You're very original. The things that make here in Texas, But we're the United States Junior. What was what was that? You can't get that. Come on. You think I don't know It's something troubling. You were smacking your lips for about 45 seconds Snickers. Oh, boy. Hot chocolate. I mean, come on. You're killing me. We still got two hours to go here. Come on. Hey, man, I'm so fired up. I'm trying to keep the high road. I'm just ready to blast out of this radio about 20. Milky Way, Monsieur. The Snickers, Junior, I C e o. I have I cleaned up that the whole house I got. I got all the Milky Way. No. Well, yeah, right In our in our stockings, I put stockings up. I do the stockings and their embroider stocking. This is corny. I am I would see But Daddy after Charlie, I do all the kids names up there. Even Otis has a stocking. Oh, yeah, my money. But and then I put mostly candy. The second place scouring around my stocking for like Snickers is a look. I found a Hershey kiss mood That's good of the match like a five year old look shiny. How you gonna eat it? You know that you buy Otis the stocking just so you can eat the candy That's in his back. Just a second one for you. That is my I am so that then you know Joey's mom. My my beautiful gal. My first wife if you were You're so she's talking about different diets. And when I had that cancer 1981 for crying out loud, I got diagnosed with thyroid cancer and then but I I told you the stories and and and so I started my change my whole diet back Then they said, You're eating too much. You shouldn't have this. You should eat. Uh, sporadically should have antioxidant said all that I tell you on the radio. It's what the doctors told me. And she reported she remembered Doctor Belsky. From New York. Tell me all that. And and there's like, apparently a kind of diet that you can get mail mail to you. Just so she alerted me to that. I'll let you know if it works by the way, because, you know, like you're gonna pre package mails along the Pritikin type die which is like what I studied. I am very, very meticulous. Like Arthur. I dollar friend always makes me laugh because you know, Jo Jo gets chicken. It was pure l on the chicken clean. Okay. I like it all plain. You know anybody that I know the weaknesses the chocolate? The weakness is and I like him. Reconstructed. I know there's so much so many great, like like pressure you ever have Tiger chocolate? That's was drunk. All its but that they could watch people give me the Listen. Give me first. But first give me a little bit. Give me a little bit of Hershey. And I'm fine. I'm telling you, just like that's what I mean. You're but you're disciplined in that you have this craving for chocolate. But you don't sit there and open up a bag of 50 of them and devour them. Like fat guys like me would do that. I would just that would eat things like I'm very disciplined. Remember those pretzels you gave me Give me those dark. Chocolate pretzels have any from Brian Haskett? Bradfield Avenue? Yeah, it took me about two weeks to eat to eat. All of them lived close Scott from all down. No, because I don't think that was so kind of you here on campus. And I know you didn't just something more in your mouth of words. That's exactly the tone you I did the other day I went from from the studio to your car. Thought about jumping them bypassed the crux, Right? Hey, buddy, you got money. Now, However, I'm fat by No, I didn't do that. Our witness this That was me. The other morning of very nice listener sent me a box of chocolates. It was only like maybe six or seven or eight chocolate today, but Charlie and I, but he was like an attic. Two seconds. It was gone. What guys do that guys that we We really have? No, but I know that they're fact that I'm trying to like I haven't had. I haven't had a beer in in over two weeks. Wow. So I've been going back to the gym..

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Essential Oils for Your Pets

The Essential Oil Revolution

01:55 min | 3 years ago

Essential Oils for Your Pets

"Sherry and thank you so much for being here with us today. Are you doing thank you for having me. I am grades. I'm honored to be here again and to be a voice for the pet community. What led you to become? I'm such an advocate for essential oils and pets. Well lackey much no ready. It all started with my own health crisis in twenty ten. When evening I was getting ready for bed brushing my teeth? Washing my face and as I was moisturizing my neck I found a lump and it turned out to be thyroid cancer. Wow I didn't listen into my gut and I opted for surgery and a few weeks after that. I discovered the Gerson therapy which is in organic food in detox therapy tons of juicing Karen apple juice like eight ounces on the hour every hour for eight hours a day wow and I embarked on that protocol for a year could fail because my quality and quantity of life depended on it. Yeah let me tell you. It was a little intense at times. The lifestyle shift happened fast in heart. Four honesty because I quickly realized that the environmental factors in chemical-filled lifestyle contributed to the cancer growth. It doesn't run in my family and Dan. Barry was meant early thirties quite the problem prey so as I learned how to work with the plan that was healing my body I took a look at when it was feeding Rt.. PUGS cussing. Bobby and I realized it could be a lot better. They both were around for years old at the time and having chronic allergies and skin issues news that I just didn't know what to do four so I switched their food from cable to fresh raw meat and you guys their issues closely closely went away so after about a year on the Gerson therapy for me and the raw meat feeding for the pugs they have is just so geeked out over all this great stuff. I was learning how revolver feeling that needed to teach people outfits

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Ron Darling Diagnosed with Thyroid Cancer After Surgery to Remove Mass on Chest

Woody and Company

00:29 sec | 4 years ago

Ron Darling Diagnosed with Thyroid Cancer After Surgery to Remove Mass on Chest

"News. Former New York Mets and now let's TV broadcaster. Ron darling says today that he has thyroid cancer darling said he received the diagnosis after doctors removed a mass in his chest along with further tests. He adds his doctors are optimists the cancer is treatable and he'd be back in the TV booth in the next month or so fifty eight year old darling. Took a leave of. Absence in early April to have the chest surgery. He played eight seasons for the Mets and was part of the nineteen eighty six world

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Doctor Sees Lump On Woman’s Throat On TV, Saves Her Life

Mojo in the Morning

02:21 min | 5 years ago

Doctor Sees Lump On Woman’s Throat On TV, Saves Her Life

"Philadelphia eagles trip to the white house to celebrate their super bowl win we showed unrelated footage of players kneeling in prayer to clarify no members of the team knelt in protest during the national anthem throughout regular or postseason last year we sincerely apologize for the air this is a crazy story a doctor by the name of eric void was randomly watching an episode of the hgtv show beachfront bargain hunt show when he noticed something strange gosh i feel obliged to let this person know they may not know they have something and as an expert in the field i was concerned woman featured on the show nicole mcginnis was shopping for a property after treatment for a rare aggressive brain cancer but the doctor noticed that she had a lump on her throat he reached out to her through facebook to warn her she was diagnosed with thyroid cancer just by watching somehow or another by the grace of god got back to my family we were shocked we were shocked that dr witnessed this on television and reached out so last week i went in and had a biopsy and friday is when the doctor called back and said you actually do have even crazier the to meet each other in person this week i know you're gonna do you can see it as she's talking to buy you can see this big like blom in her how great of him to take the extra effort to try and find out how to reach this woman and then the fact that the message actually got and real quick acute story is posted the photos on the dirty page seventeen year old alison clause from pennsylvania did you guys see this took a cardboard cutout of danny de vito to her high school it even had like a tie and of course is and she had a little trolley to pull this fake danny devito cut out around her from well it got a bunch of media attention it eventually got back to the set of it's always sunny in philadelphia danny de vito's tv show so danny devito got in on the joke he got a life size cutout of this girl alison close at the prom and he brought it to the set was taking pictures of this girl on the set sets kohl's that is awesome for today's check out the dirty page on mojo in the morning calm shannon's dirty.

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Aspirin, America and Carol Shero discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

World News Tonight with David Muir

02:12 min | 5 years ago

Aspirin, America and Carol Shero discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"We're gonna turn next tonight to a doctor's instincts kicking in while watching hdtv what that surgeon noticed on a woman's neck than reaching out to find her here's eba pilgrim my name is nicole that's nicole mcginnis featured on a recent episode of hdtv's beachfront bargain hunt the thirty one year old was celebrating the end of brain cancer treatment starting a new chapter with a beach house in north carolina wow but one of those viewers dr eric void quickly spotted something a notice that she had a lump in her neck so he turned a facebook to find her recommend she get a sonogram in a biopsy within days this post reaching nicole who went to the doctor and learned she had thyroid cancer doctor boy saw this and run it's mansion and now will be treated for it and it's not the first time in eagleeyed hdtv viewer noticed something and took action in two thousand thirteen a nurse spotted a lump on the neck of tervell mussa stora flipper flop she reached out to el moussa who was diagnosed and successfully treated for cancer aspirin ecole she's optima stick it's just a miracle in my opinion that he happened to see this on television at can't express how grateful and thankful i am david tonight nicole is busy planning her treatment with her doctors and is staying in touch with dr voight david exit doctors eva thank you to be mix of other news tonight the deadly building collapse in philadelphia authorities say construction worker was killed when part of the building came down a second worker escaping the building was being demolished at the time new developments from springfield massachusetts tonight authorities now identifying the bodies of three women found at that home linked to kidnapping suspect stewart weld and all three are women who had been reported missing from the area the case broke wide open when police were called to the home by wellman's own mother the little league scare and sanford maine carol shero in court today now charged with manslaughter she's accused of driving or car out of that field of thorns as she struck and killed a grandfather the judge ordering a mental health evaluation funny tonight here america strong the fourth grader you could barely see him over the piano but everyone could hear that voice.

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