21 Burst results for "Thyroid Cancer"

"thyroid cancer" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:47 min | 4 months ago

"thyroid cancer" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"All right, Tom, you've got another text to tweet for Doc. What do you have this one in from Julian and Dallas, Texas, my daughter as thyroid cancer. What is the best diet and prevention? So it doesn't keep getting in her limp coins, and they won't have to take them out so much. And then she says PS. Why're young females getting this so much? Okay, And he said thyroid cancer. Tom. Yes. Okay. Harry Cancer. Well, um Thyroid, and I would have a second opinion made have some of those slides don't have to have any more biopsies gives some of the original pathology and take it to the university and they have a pathologist looked at it and confirm that was Thyroid cancer. Sometimes just a goiter. Okay, get in large fire until you've got a tumor, you know, and they treat you like you have cancer when it's really just a glider. And so I get a second opinion preferentially from a medical school pathologists because it doesn't matter. What they find. They're going to get paid the same where they won in private. Um ah, impaired practice. They get paid more by the diagnoses. Okay, so I go to and taking you don't have any more violence, just get them to ship the information. To the medical school pathologist. You need to get rid of all the bad stuff that creates cancer. No fried foods, no processed meats, oils or gluten. So we brought rhinos sugar, one healthy, brain, hard packed £100 of body weight and the only way 120 £130. I get another bottle of flames. Take six of those today Not any Selenia Marcelina because it has other co factors in there that support things. And then I want you to take our oceans Gold. Take three oceans gold, which is a support For Um, thyroid health. It doesn't. It doesn't stimulate growth and actually gives the thyroid the nutrients at once. So it actually shrinks. You can take somebody with a huge goiter the size of Ah. Grapefruit and in a couple of months will be the size of your character. And you won't even see it anymore because it's shrunk back down to normal size. And so if its infancy stage 23 or four and then the Quote thyroid cancer has gone to the lymph nodes. Then that is a dangerous thing, because it could be life threatening. Once you start getting spread of a cancer if it is truly cancer, and so, you know, we need more information here to me more specific, but that's where I would start. Doc. Laura writes. I'm 58. I'm in generally good health, but I've just noticed lately. My left hand Is starting to shake and quiver. What's going on. Okay, The odds are you have degenerative disease and your vertebrae in your neck and upper back or getting closer together, so squeezing the roots of the owners. I'd go down your arm.

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Essential Oils for Your Pets

The Essential Oil Revolution

01:55 min | 1 year 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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"thyroid cancer" Discussed on Directionally Challenged

Directionally Challenged

03:15 min | 1 year ago

"thyroid cancer" Discussed on Directionally Challenged

"We were talking a little bit about that. I read it. In an interview you mentioned that you had had thyroid cancer, thyroid affects your weight, and your Mahdi's so much. And so I can't even imagine the recovery for that. And what your body was going through? And you'd mentioned in the interview how it kind of it opened your eyes to of having a different relationship with your body. And I just was so moved by that in and it really made me think of things in a different way. And I just wanted to make sure that we got to talk about that a little bit. If you're comfortable. Yeah. Definitely. First of all up until my mid thirties before I got fiery cancer. I always weighed a certain amount, you know, I always fell good. You know, I kind of had one of those bodies, I wasn't ever thin. I was not ever heavy. I was super off Luttig, and I just always felt good in your body. Yeah. And I always felt like you know, somewhere deep down inside, I felt sexy in that way. Unlike in it wasn't fabricated. It was just like, hey, like a feel like me, I've did a lot of work on myself, mentally, and I think always sexiness is so mental. So when I got thyroid cancer, one of the first things that happened is, I gained fifty five pounds. That's a significant amount. It is a lot of weight, and it was coming from nowhere and two, I just kept eating less, and less, and less, and it all kind of started. You know, I was high around thirty one and so I thought, okay, well, thirty now like metabolism is slowed down, I guess, and it was very confusing. I was working on a movie in Australia. I was like, maybe I'm super stressed. You know too big job down here. So I just kept eating less and eating less, and I was literally starving, and every week was, like another five pounds another other six pounds, and others impound that will plan on, you know, something was medically wrong. I it took a few years now to find out because when I got home from Australia back to LA. I just went to my gynecologist and I said, hey, I think I have a thyroid problem because of gained all this weight an really I watching what I'm eating really I grew up in a super hippy family. So, you know vegan, we ate vegan the majority of my life. So I actually literally did know what it meant to eat healthy. So it wasn't like I was like oh, yeah. Healthiest like only three diet cokes. No, no, healthy is like green juice. And, you know, vegetables and small amount of protein like, I, I understood it so he tested my blood, and he said. Near within normal range. And you know, that's okay. Just trying to figure out how could it be that I've gained all this weight? I really feel not myself, and I'm exhausted..

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"thyroid cancer" Discussed on UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra

UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"thyroid cancer" Discussed on UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra

"It's, it's like, basically, it's radiation. I is I guess, like some type of ink or something that, like eats away all the cancer cells in the in the area, where it's the testifies, and if you can't be around people for like a couple of weeks because of the radiation. Oh, wow. They actually you because you radiated. Oh my God. Do do you know what stage it was in? If it metastasized it must have started. It must not have been a stage one. No, I don't remember what stage allies. But it's definitely sage one because I had to have a few things removed more than I thought, like I thought it was at first, you know, 'cause it with the with the thyroid cancer, like what they do is, like, I, they check and half the thyroid to make sure it's cancer like they take out half of it, and then they like test it under a microscope. See if the cancer cells in there and then, and then they'll if it's cancerous they'll take out the other half of your thyroid. If it's not cancerous they lead the other half. So you could live with the half of your thyroid. Well mine was cancer, so they had to remove the and they had removed oats drowning area. What exactly does the Siro do for person? The diary controls metabolism. It's controlled your temperature. It's based experts all your hormones and stuff like that so times, like I'll be like, if I don't take medicine, like I'm like, oh, why something on TV like, I'll start crying. And like what happened? Why are you crying? Like I don't know a very sensitive right now. He's like, did you take your like wait? No, I did it. So I go. That's all right. I, I think I might be getting older thing. I kinda do that. I'm not on any kind of medicine. Yeah. Sensitive, jimmy. Yeah. I know you got during ventures endgame. I was tearing general, but, like I get like extra sensitive like even more sensitive than I ready. Am like 'cause like I'm very like I want something on TV like it's like release Lee or like Karl urban outcry or got watching movie and like someone dies or dog dies. And I'm like crying like it's my dog or something worse, though to John your medicine. What if you turn like raging bitch?.

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"thyroid cancer" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

94WIP Sports Radio

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"thyroid cancer" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

"That he has thyroid cancer. But that doctors have called a treatable he expects to be back on the air in the next month or so dodgers centerfielder AJ Pollick is expected to miss at least six more weeks while he recovers from the infection in his right elbow. Shohei Otani could return as soon as tomorrow to for the angels, not going to pitch this year after having Tommy John surgery back in October earlier today. The giants were smoked in Cincinnati twelve four right now white socks beating up on the Indians. Eight one Yankees up on the Mariners seven three Baltimore blanketing. The Red Sox for nothing. Minnesota leading Toronto three nothing. Raise up big on the Diamondbacks. Six nothing. Nationals up two nothing early in Milwaukee. And they're just about to get going at Wrigley between the cubs and the Marlins Houston hosting the royals and the Phillies visiting the cardinals. I'm Greg Caserta wanna talk about the NBA playoffs. Then keep our CBS. Sports radio toll free number handy. Eight five five two one two four CBS. He's Bill Reiter can he's writer than the program writer venue. Sometimes. He's a fan. I love sports so much. He's in your face. I will destroy those obnoxiously arrogant clueless. Tone-deaf superstars who were marginal players players made careers who believe they're hall of famers. He's nice. We're nice here. I promise. He's humble they got usually pretty good. If you're on the show about admit. And when I got it wrong live from Los Angeles. Here's Bill writer what's going on Bill right.

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"thyroid cancer" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:44 min | 1 year ago

"thyroid cancer" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"To sign consent forms and three Mets great, Ron darling. The former pitcher and current broadcaster revealed today that he's been diagnosed with thyroid cancer. But he says his prognosis is good. On our news line to talk about the disease is Mount Sinai hospital, thyroid cancer specialist. Dr hint success. Dr saw Ron darling says he expects to be back on the job in the booth the within about a month. What will he be going through between now? And then so. Treatment is primarily surgery. So what does he have a surgery for removed at thyroid cancer, including the the thyroid gland solve you covered in a few days. So most patients may go home the same day or following day after the surgery, and you may have some sore throat and just kind of institutional pain, but otherwise pain is very well tolerated. And you get to talking normally within several days again, Ron darling says his prognosis is good. How important is early detection with thyroid cancer? And that's the key. So very indolent cancer. So early detection from the ultrasound exam or physical exam, and then the needle biopsy diagnosed with cancer is very reliable. And like I said, the surgical treatment has excellent outcome in Ron darlings case doctors found a mass on his chest. For some reason. I always thought this was something like under your jaw on your neck. How would most people know if they might have thyroid cancer? Sure. Yeah. I don't have any symptoms, but you may have a lump in your next look say this. Part of the negative where you have the ad nozzle land. In more advanced cases, you may still a lymph node that has cancer that spread to no more on the lateral or side of the neck. Does Sira cancer tend to recur? Yes. Yes. So said, very inland slow growing. But he stay do recur curse into Jason lymph nodes around the thyroid gland. But that's better understanding, of course, that you are not treating Ron darling himself. But from what you have heard would you agree with Mr. darlings assessment? That is prognosis is good. Definitely definitely so clean surgical section of land, including thyroid cancer, and and. You may have a second or treatment called Riddick divide. I to kill off any microscopic disease to eliminate the the future recurrence rate. Dr Hintze saw at Mount Sinai. Thank you for coming on to talk with us. We appreciate it. Definitely take care. Seven forty eight a WCBS,.

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

Woody and Company

00:29 sec | 1 year 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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"thyroid cancer" Discussed on Sports? with Katie Nolan

Sports? with Katie Nolan

04:28 min | 2 years ago

"thyroid cancer" Discussed on Sports? with Katie Nolan

"It was a shock to not only everybody in WWE fans. But like also superstars like nobody knew about it. They all find out when he did the promo in the middle of the ring. Wow. Which is kind of crazy to me that, you know, the people that you work with and the people that you're closest to don't know this huge thing about you. And it kinda shook me, particularly because Katie I know, you know, this, but not a lot of people that I work with do. I was diagnosed with thyroid cancer when I was twenty four. So there are a lot of parallels. I know obviously, leukemia thyroid cancer aren't the same. But he was twenty two. He was able to get the leukemia into remission right away. And then for the last eleven years has been, you know, fine until now in the he's thirty three I was twenty four I was able to get it, you know, into remission. I had two surgeries. It was out was good. I was great. It's been nine years for me. I'm also thirty three in. It's just kinda like oh my gosh. This could come back at any time. And it's just like a very scary hands shake talk about it. It's just it's a really scary thing. And I think his calling attention to it made me wanna talk about it because it can be very. A leading for people. Going through it. Even if you're not in you, having an active. If you're diseases an active at that time because you don't you don't wanna talk about it because you don't want people to. Identify you by that. I knew by it yet. Right. The word I was trying to say, but it's also such a big part of what shapes you as a person like that experience. You also feel dislike. Kilts almost for like, the strain that it puts on your friends and family like wall. You're going through the recovery aspect. And so it's like, even though you have the support of those people who love you, the most you still feel lonely because you've not only are you going through it, and it's hard. But you know, how hard you're making it on other people, and they just like it was a really cool thing to see all of the WWE universe. Kind of come together and support him when he made this announcement, especially because he is so famously booed all the time I was gonna say character don't like him. Well, it's it's a, you know, he's. Yes. And no, yeah. Like, he gets booed everywhere for everything. But he also just recently, I think in August like overcame John CENA for having the most sit merch sales. Oh, it's like people by stove love to hate him. Exactly. Like he puts butts in seats. He's still the face of the company, but everybody kind of like there was an outpouring of support not only from fans but other superstars and everything in like everyone's thinking about him in like they're supporting him now. But in like, six months, naturally, we're all gonna kinda forget that's what he's going to be like really in it. And this person that we see is so strong as going to be really struggling and physically like week and have lost the thing that, you know, his identity right away his whole job his career. And I just wanted. I I don't know what the purpose of me saying this is except like to anybody out there who has something. That they are going through or they have gone through. Like, there are other people who know what you're feeling and sometimes talking about it can be therapeutic. It doesn't feel you don't have to feel like you have to hide it or keep it from people, even if you have to like make adjustments that impact your day to day life, people will make fun of you like I have things because I also fun. Fact, I also have lupus. So that's something I have to deal with every day. Like, I can't do certain things..

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"thyroid cancer" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

03:32 min | 2 years ago

"thyroid cancer" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Thirty w I s. Welcome back. This is Dr Ranna Higgins from the Medical College of Wisconsin. And we are continuing our program on tyrod disease and thyroid surgery in the second segment of this program. I want to welcome back our program chair, Dr Tracy wing along with a DT Kumar, they will be joined by doctors, Beth Bethlen and Douglas Evans, Dr LaLonde is a graduate of the university of California, San Diego and received her medical degree from MC w she completed her residency in internal medicine at MC w followed by her fellowship in endocrinology. She joined the MC w faculty in two thousand five Dr Evans, who you all know, very well as one of the co moderators of this radio program is the chair of our department of surgery at MC w he is a well known surgical oncologist and came to MC w in two thousand nine from MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, Texas, so to start the program off in the last segment, we talked about thyroid nodules, and how cancer can be. One of the diagnoses. So Dr Wang, if you could just talk to us a little bit about what are the different types of thyroid cancer that can be diagnosed from the biopsy. Sure, I'd be happy to and thank you for having us all on the segment today. So the vast majority of thyroid cancers are going to be what we call differentiated thyroid cancer. So they come from a certain type of cell within the firearm. And these thyroid cancers really have an excellent prognosis typically, they are either Pap Larry thyroid cancer or thyroid cancer, poplar thyroid cancer of being by far the most common type and probably upwards know, seventy five at least eighty five percent of the patients who have cancer. We'll have Pap Larry thyroid cancer. And it's really important to know that for these patients. The the long term outcomes we talk about ten year survival is really excellent. So well over ninety five percent because these cancers are generally slow growing and the end patients do really well after their treatment, which is usually surgery, and as we talk about potentially radioactive iodine. Less frequent types of thyroid cancer are a type of cancer called Larry thyroid cancer, which is a narrow endocrine cancer comes from a slightly different cell within the fibroid. These are probably about five percent of thyroid cancers and can be more likely to be inherited. So patients who have that diagnosis do need to talk to their family and make sure that nobody else in the family has had that. And then fortunately, much less frequently something that we call poorly differentiated or anaplastic thyroid cancer, it's rare, but it's very aggressive and to date there's very poor treatment options for patients, and so unfortunately, the survival from this can be very short are there. Certain age groups that are typically more affected by each different type of cancer. We typically think of thyroid cancer is being diagnosed either in patients who are in their teens or twenties and then later in life so middle aged fifties and sixties, and it is more common in women than men, although men with our nostrils should be as. We talked about in the first segment have the ultrasound and not Epinay if they need it because the nachos might be at a higher risk of being cancer. So once the diagnosis is perf- perform the biopsies performed in the diagnosis made how do you determine whether or not somebody does need surgery, Dr Evans, and then if so do you remove all of the thyroid gland? Do you remove part of it? And then how do you make that decision? Well, thanks rented, this that's a fascinating topic. And I'm.

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"thyroid cancer" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

07:12 min | 2 years ago

"thyroid cancer" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"At six he continues his ongoing investigation into a cancer cluster on, lake Norman as it, turns out the state health department has known for years that a lot of thyroid cancer around, the lake but apparently did nothing with. The information I guess it's just frustrating because seems like it could have been avoided thera- people that knew about it and nothing. Was done Twenty two year old McKenzie Myers. Wishes the state of North Carolina had warned residents living around lake Norman that they were at a higher risk for thyroid cancer She grew up here love spending time in, the water with their friends during a routine? Checkup her doctors spotted, a, problem? The first thing the, doctor, noticed was my neck and I. Was she was like are you having. Trouble preening having trouble swallowing and, I was like no? Why and she was, like. Well you have masks on, your neck, so MacKenzie. Had to see a specialist doctors were like commanders ask you where are you from and I was like mooresville she goes And. I was like why, she goes because you're not the first person around your age to be. Coming here from mooresville MacKenzie. Was in fact one of nearly four hundred people living around the lake to develop, thyroid cancer since the mid nineties that's a? Lot of thyroid cancer, for, one? Area and experts think, the, numbers may actually be much higher. MacKenzie was quickly scheduled for surgery they. Removed the entire thyroid and then, like a month later? I was doing the, radioactive. Iodine treatment Doctors are required by law to report cancer cases to. The, North Carolina cancer registry and the registry is supposed to analyze the data. To pinpoint geographic areas with cancer problems but in the case of all the thyroid cancer around lake, Norman the state did not analyze. The data tape sat on the data and did nothing with it until. They were called out Susan. Wind began calling out the State Department of, health after her sixteen year old daughter was diagnosed with thyroid cancer Susan began digging to state had this data for years, negligence actually the state central cancer registry has numbers going back more than twenty years this show a. High number of thyroid cancers in two specific zip codes around. The lake very disturbing and I'm very concerned about it and I've just thankful. That Susan wind is brought this really tu light that's mooresville, mayor miles Atkins he wants the state Get to the bottom of why there's. So much thyroid cancer around the lake I do think. What's frustrating those knowing that the data was there that indicated. That there were a high concentration of thyroid cancer cases and. That, nobody really did anything with it information ahead of the state's cancer registry. Would not do an interview but state epidemiologist Jess Renske did talk to me she brushed off the, mayor's criticism so when the mayor, of mooresville says that he thinks the state has kind of dropped the. Ball here what what do. You think about them So I think. That, would be a question better directed. To then they are we ate these concerns very seriously so. What is the state doing to learn why there's so. Much thyroid cancer on lake Norman, basically nothing, to, state has not interviewed anyone correct. We have, not interviewed any. Patients just Rynski admits the State Department of health is actually waiting for the results of a study that's being done around the lake by Duke University an indepth study designed to find out what's causing all the thyroid cancer. But the state had nothing to do with starting that study instead it was commissioned by Susan wind she raised one hundred thousand dollars to make the study happen the fact that. The state is like we're investigating it and then when you ask, them they're like, oh we're waiting for the study. Commissioned I mean it's it's pathetic. Having that Duke research team is really helpful to both the state and the county just Renske did not. Explain why the state never did anything With all. Of the firearm cancer data it collected but she acknowledged it was a private. Citizen who brought the problem to. Their attention to have one private citizen leading this charge and going to the extent she's gone, to, bring awareness to this issue the state, really. Needs to step up what do you think about the fact that the state new going back as far as nineteen ninety five I think it's super messed up that's seventeen year. Old cat Lynn she grew up on lake Norman she was just diagnosed, with thyroid cancer back in may this mistake has caused people. Emotionally, and mentally mistake being that the. State didn't notice that there was a problem here not fake. Didn't notice it's that they didn't acknowledge it as important. So now we have to live, with it, mayor, miles Atkins and others think that. If the, state had alerted. Residents local doctors could have caught many of the thyroid issues much earlier through screening the medical community that have been testing for early spent aware As a possible cause of all the thyroid cancer around the lake many people think it's connected to Duke energy's Marshall steam plant possibly from the coal lash that's buried their energy however insists there's. No connection with their plant and health. Issues so for now a lot of waiting going on at lake Norman waiting for that detailed study from? Duke University meantime Susan wins phone. Keeps chiming have like tons of. Messages a week as new cancer. Victims are diagnosed we have a new person yesterday she's. Twenty-eight thyroid thyroid cancer zip code everybody should be demanding that we do something that's Mark garrison reporting the study being, done by. Duke University. Should be done in a few months on. All of the thyroid cancer around lake Norman seven twelve your time on NewsTalk eleven ten WBZ we'll check in with, the governor Pat mccrory coming up at seven twenty right now more headlines from, the news center and back to Johnstone four point four earth Quake last night, rattling the Los Angeles metro area we were just having dinner and all of a sudden the building just heaved in which rate up in. The air was like two big balances we looked up all the roof tiles were kind of like the whole. Roof, was moving and all the lights were no reports of. Any buildings actually, going up in the air the quake though was, throughout most of southern California and independent investigation. Ordered, by Puerto Rico's government now says twenty nine hundred people died within six months the. Result of hurricane. Maria the official death toll had. Been sixty four this new, report also. About double the government's previous interim estimated fourteen hundred sentencing phase can. Today for a former Texas police officer convicted of murdering an unarmed black teenager last year Royal officer ROY Oliver an officer in, Baulch, springs when he fired a new car full. Of teens leaving a party in the Dallas suburb the CDC says, new cases of Clemencia gonorrhea and syphilis spike nearly ten percent last year for your treadmill rising Sexually transmitted diseases in the US, the stats show two, point two nine million new cases of these STD's diagnosed in twenty seventeen BT.

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"thyroid cancer" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"thyroid cancer" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"Three and treatment and is it was timely diagnosis given that do that dr white was able to see it when he was i think that it absolutely was a quick diagnosis from the time he saw two when i learn exactly what it was the pathway thyroid cancer when he saw it on the tv when that was filmed last september so it's been there's been at least last september and i don't know i really don't know how much sort of earlier it could have been there and i just didn't really notice or pay attention that that it was there talk to when you got contact from nicole mcginnis after the diagnosis what did what did you think of that i was really surprised that she was able to get the message felt really happy that she was able to get that information and i i know that you know the diagnosis of cancer is always frightening and scary and mine was just a presumption that there was something wrong but i'm thrilled that she was going to get it evaluated worked up and if you find something earlier than later your prognosis can be much better you know a comment about pap larry thyroid cancer is that it is a very curable cancer it can be very slow growing so it generally has a very good prognosis when found early and addressed early she doesn't have any symptoms and it's not showing any signs clinically that it's doing anything harmful meaning she's swallows well her voice sounds normal he doesn't have any visible other lymph nodes so hopefully it is an earlier stage but that would be determined with the sonogram and other tests.

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

Mojo in the Morning

02:21 min | 2 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 | 2 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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"thyroid cancer" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"thyroid cancer" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"Familiar with thyroid cancer you've never heard of this it is an internal radiation where you take a pill and it makes your entire body it's radioactive literally you cannot be near another human being for three days and so you have to also go off your thyroid hormone so after you get taken out you have to be on a thyroid supplement for the rest of your life and in order for thyroid cells react to iodine i don you would get insult but what i realized is that is actually in everything now it's just an all foods because we eat a lot of processed foods are packaged foods just in general like even if you eat a little snack bar it has iodine in it and so you have to abstain from all in your diet and then you have to go off of your thyroid hormones for six weeks which basically means like your body is dying because you have no metabolism now your heart rate's not regulated as it should like it's a really bad scene and then after your body is completely depleted of thyroid hormone for six weeks then they give you that pill which is fine and it's filled with radiation and you take it and it kills off any remaining cells that are related to the thyroid did it work it you know it works i didn't have that was in nineteen ninety nine i have not had a return of the cancer since i did actually refuse follow up treatment because the the trauma of the initial treatment was so much that i said i'm not going through this again so i found an integrative medical doctor who agreed with me because of my age because i was so young and young people tend to bounce back much faster than people who are older and also changed my lifestyle one hundred percent and so with those two things together he made an agreement with me that i wouldn't have to go through that same radioactive process again that would scare me it would scare me either way yeah you know and i just i trusted my body and i think because i delved deeply into healing especially with ira riddick medicine especially with lifestyle changes and a shocker journey i completely turned around the process of my body mind soul spirit relationships everything i changed everything in my life and i believe that.

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"thyroid cancer" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"thyroid cancer" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Maybe they got in the backseat chili dogs if you wanna call it arabi chili cheese dog about shellenberger chilies he's describing hell this outrage everything's outrage outrage about chernobyl is totally misplaced when you step back and actually look at the facts and remember it's sad to have to point this out but this this is a lefty talking this is a guy that if if if we were having conversations i'm sure he despises donald trump with everything he stands for he probably doesn't like conservatism i mean just blah blah blah everything there's no scientific evidence of thyroid cancer outside of those three main countries belarus ukraine and russia no effect on fertility malformations in for mortality no conclusion no data for adverse pregnancy outcomes no evidence for any genetic effects and i think this last one is the most striking thing there's no evidence of any increase in cancer including in the cohort of people who put the fire out and cleaned up afterwards remember tra noble was the meltdown of reactor with no containment building that's just the way they do things in eastern europe and russia yeah let's build a nuke and let's don't put a containment building around it so it was just this gigantic explosion and fire and emmer calm the equivalent of the russia fema just sent first responders in spent i mean hundreds of billions of dollars no increased cancer rate among those at all and i i saw i saw him surprised by this finding and so i put the link to the website on there i don't think you should take my word for it i think you should go read it because just reading about chernobyl for me was a big part of changing my mind about nuclear power.

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"thyroid cancer" Discussed on Living Fearlessly with Lisa McDonald

Living Fearlessly with Lisa McDonald

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"thyroid cancer" Discussed on Living Fearlessly with Lisa McDonald

"Healthwise everything's still good so yeah everything is a great you know and i had a scare and a little challenge due to having thyroid cancer and that i did not know i had and i'm cancer free and you know but still obviously monitoring you know a lot of different things you know within me because you know that it can pop up at any given time and i just being very vigilant about my about my health and and as you said her early screening and pre you know early detection and things that nature fantastic so is this something that's pretty much on the speaking circuit anytime you're interviewed or being interviewed this is kind of a key subject matter in which you're impressing upon people because you yourself personally no the importance of doing so absolutely you know i made a you know i made a conscious effort to bring it to the light and talk about publicly am i knew that it was going to first of all if every sensitive topic to to other people because so many people who've been affected by cancer and their loved ones and i know sometimes it's something wounded you don't wanna open up but i also know on the flip side that you know we don't know we don't know and as human beings we're just growing and learning every single day and that you know we see a lot of times people who are already suffering and from it and they pass away in public figures and you you just kinda you know wonder you know how did they how did their number come up you know there are people who don't smoke or don't do stuff like that and you and you kind of try to just close your eyes and say i just hope you know that imagine number mind doesn't come up when when if you're educated properly and you realize there are ways to you know look at the history of your family health or go out and get calling off because he's endoscopy.

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"thyroid cancer" Discussed on Living Fearlessly with Lisa McDonald

Living Fearlessly with Lisa McDonald

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"thyroid cancer" Discussed on Living Fearlessly with Lisa McDonald

"Healthwise everything's still good so yeah everything is a great you know and i had a scare and a little challenge due to having thyroid cancer and that i did not know i had and i'm cancer free and you know but still obviously monitoring you know a lot of different things you know within me because you know that it can pop up at any given time and i just being very vigilant about my about my health and and as you said her early screening and pre you know early detection and things that nature fantastic so is this something that's pretty much on the speaking circuit anytime you're interviewed or being interviewed this is kind of a key subject matter in which you're impressing upon people because you yourself personally no the importance of doing so absolutely you know i made a you know i made a conscious effort to bring it to the light and talk about publicly am i knew that it was going to first of all if every sensitive topic to to other people because so many people who've been affected by cancer and their loved ones and i know sometimes it's something wounded you don't wanna open up but i also know on the flip side that you know we don't know we don't know and as human beings we're just growing and learning every single day and that you know we see a lot of times people who are already suffering and from it and they pass away in public figures and you you just kinda you know wonder you know how did they how did their number come up you know there are people who don't smoke or don't do stuff like that and you and you kind of try to just close your eyes and say i just hope you know that imagine number mind doesn't come up when when if you're educated properly and you realize there are ways to you know look at the history of your family health or go out and get calling off because he's endoscopy.

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"thyroid cancer" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"thyroid cancer" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Is brought to you by discover card deals aaron's husband bobby has passed away from cancer jill announced the news at a family statement on her official website revealing that bobby died on saturday surrounded by his family and he was first diagnosed with thyroid cancer back in two thousand nine was so sad if so sad with thyroid cancer is you know i if you've ever heard somebody say oh that's a very treatable cancer i always want to say like yes that's great but that doesn't mean that it can't be it can be fatal exactly in so take it looked all take it seriously yeah then bobby was seventy one years old all right it was only a matter of time prince harry and megan markel or getting their own lifetime original movie build grow it's going be called terry in megan the royal love story it's being described as the romantic tale of a beloved prince in this new fiancee kasinga's is currently underway however no premier date has been set but lifetime says that the film is probably destined for a may launch in the lead up to the may 19th royal wedding moines don't watch them out i'm gonna watch the heck out of that i'm not even going to pretend like amac and watch that were going to watch all be watching it yes also to because i watched the one about uh william and kate and it was horribly amazing but i learned a lot about them also do you remember real i mean i just like it gave me some contacts about some things but the other thing i wanted to say was do you remember there was that a reality show with the guy who they thought kind of look like prince harry and they've put him in the joke i want to marry her oh yes it sort of us they should cast that guy i don't know if he can act merely hannity larry perry blerta separate while no from going to mary here that's our golden girl said they don't nothing like prince harry i agree but you know what he looks enough like him that's true and its lifetime arrayed exactly lowbudget though these has not had not only is madonna planning on releasing new music this year but she also allegedly is planning to hit the road madonna's last tour was the rebel heart.

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"thyroid cancer" Discussed on Movin 92.5

Movin 92.5

03:31 min | 3 years ago

"thyroid cancer" Discussed on Movin 92.5

"Little bit life while here you're pretty fatigued when you're wrong followed that's deadzone swap ataka take ten he got diagnosed with thyroid cancer in that late him out for a little bit that's not what doctors usually recommend for thyroid cancer taco's like it also taught him what was important in life tacos and finishing his taco trial so it's reinforced his message of hope that's awesome mycosa mike said that taco's had nothing to do with him getting his cancer he was just bad timing was wonder like is that yeah what happens he even though he was on the mend he still finished out the year and was back trying tacos in no time hattrick in the diagnosis now he's like a takahiro like i warned eu daca in the end he consumed over 1600 tacos by the end of the year or 1600 talk that's a lot of taco's sound silva sounds sounds amazing i doubt nakju to one city in mindanao check this out he's cancerfree odd is it has to do with the taco that cycling absolutely yes hashtag early here saved my life secure cancer i've heard it here first attacked chemo irradiation or anything like that taco surgery now who are gonna be looking forward to getting cancer so they can go talking once a week you have cancer so i could see talk of every day that was the case it does terrible or his new goal next year he wants to do fifty two straight weeks of barbecue now not say man that's too heavy who has man is already barbecue for breakfast text in at seventy five nine two if you could eat one food item for an entire year what food item would it be back and cheese oh yeah orfa makati's you can all different it is also has no heavy man every day and your enemy so adopt up that so much she lost a i'm saying i had would explode yeah the the working out at us how good mac and jeez texans 75 once who'd item for an entire year what food item would that be your phone tap is coming up right after this britain's royal mo oh any became the guy honky tonks the new on and beautifully jon stewart and two you do the man oh my goodness oh van all year who oh who.

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"thyroid cancer" Discussed on No Meat Athlete Radio

No Meat Athlete Radio

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"thyroid cancer" Discussed on No Meat Athlete Radio

"Yep um yet and i guess the things you one for listening to us of course through for the year i'm not sure what we're gonna be doing while i'm gone down we may put out a couple of we wanted who may take a little little break but will be back soon as the susan new year's around that's rightly of bratcher exciting nears things to share thyroid cancer yet and if by chance you have just doing us for the first time and you found this episode is your first louis at the radio show than i apologise to you for that i'm surprised me at this five this isn't what we typically do we did we talk about begin fitness or something at least ten gingerly related to that could be motivation mindset could be you know once we had a begin comedian james rana so you know we we we use thick kinda close to the top with with a few little rambles here and there but this this whole episode is all about just rambling and element as little more from we can do it together in person and crack opener of beer but not not in the cards this year now didn't work out for maybe we'll have a nears episode that would be that oh i like that idea but then we be doing to ramming episodes in in a row but maybe we could finally moving to hybrid on will figure it out yet all right anyway thank you for listening it's very funded do this job and now here we're so grateful for for all of you guys and hope that you have a happy and healthy holidays guess joy lots of vegan treats in that's right keep keep that run street going to write and then get kit up amped up for for habit changed in the new year him about that absolutely people hannam resolutions but i think i think news is great time to think about changes and make him.

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"thyroid cancer" Discussed on Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"thyroid cancer" Discussed on Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

"And it's pretty great like you're just you're collecting all this stuff i'll go through them into a facebook live maybe next week and show you everything i got a laser hair removal thing for myself that nikki will be administrating on or my trader by friend and you'll goes who's going to do that for you that's what i'm gonna do like by i don't think i'm going to be able to manage it myself but whatever they say you can do it yourself and we got there and it was gray you know she gave a speech bobbies not doing well with thyroid cancer so this is all for research and alley her daughter was there and she used looks beautiful and she's going to london to get her masters an art and so there are all these like there was kathy watt healy saw her and her husband who was there there aren't many guys there but he was there and the daughter was their victoria and he's got the long hair and tinsley was there kelly best simone was there she's very nice and um oh they're with the canadian bachelor was there remember the one that was just his his thing was just i'm canadian from a couple of seasons ago blessed or yes bachelor no he was on the bachelorette season before yes daniel and there was also this they were my they were doing this thing it's like the they're like vaj it's bore the just vaginal tightening they were doing it their but you can get a deal.

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