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"macmillan cancer" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily
"Failure people can go to patriots dot com slash games to get their questions. Read on the show reader mail. I got two questions here. We only got time for one is so tim. I'm gonna shoot. I'm going to have to choose whether we want to talk about some of them game. Stop stocks or whether you wanna talk about a blue point and me solid. Let's duport blue solid. We're gonna save the other question for the post show. Knickknack writes in and says. Hey i've been thinking about the rumored militaire remake in the discussions. You've been having on air specifically about justifying a seventy dollar price tag and i've developed a theory. Blue point isn't just working on one militaire. Blue point is working on three metal gears specifically a collection of mela solid sons of liberty and snake eater all redone from down four p. s. five and let sounds crazy. Bahir me out Mcs went into. You are pretty light on the environments and would be pretty small even if they were remade for today's platforms together just in terms of environments in actual modeled assets out say. They're around the same size as snake eater plus most if not all the dialogue. A kid just be brought over from the originals and remasters. Having all three games would be an incredible value proposition. It would also it would also open these amazing games up to a whole new younger audience and would be a great way to celebrate milliliters thirty fifth anniversary in two thousand. Twenty two plus. Who wouldn't want a remake of snake eater is think. Am i lolli lou loco or onto a global conspiracy. That goes all the way up to the top. I need scissors. Sixty one knickknack. Tim what do you think of knickknacks theory here. I get where he's coming from. And going but i don't think he's right that there's no chance the middle your salt three would be part of this if it actually were to be done this way. However m. g. s. one and two don't do make a bit more sense because he's right. The locations are limited in those games and the characters and looks of the characters are shared across them where the age difference between solid snake in the two games not much. You wouldn't have to do too much to change it. Whereas of gs three has an entirely new cast of characters and or old casting. How you want to look at it. And at the the the year difference between the characters is is a lot more vast. So i think that would cause problems and it's just very different looking game but yeah i could be kinda into it although i do think there's a higher chance and maybe i'm just getting fucking crazy here. But some type of metal gear metal gear to metal gear solid remake. That's what i'm talking about him. That's what i want. That's what i want them. Bridge the gap between me and five and me solid because that gap that gop right there there is so much story that can be told. And it's a shame that kojima wasn't able to finish that up because it felt like that's where he was going like the game odd five. Ideally would have been the remake of metal gear and military to telling the story to bridge that gap And so if i could choose anything it would be blue. Remaking those games. It's difficult because i would also want to be involved in some way in that. Because i i like it. I feel like that's his story to kind of wrap up until that said i do like knickknacks theory of them. Doing melika solid and solitu-. Though i do think three. If they're to go about their to remake miller you're solid three. I'd want that to be. Its own standalone thing. Because i think you. I think you could take that and give it the blue point treatment and it could stand alone as a sixty dollars or seventy dollars game razz. Me solid one. I think that's more difficult to do. Yoga solitu- is a bit of a shorter game compared to you or more contained game compared to all at three and beyond so package them up that way motorcyles wanted into would be awesome What knickknack is getting. I hear also sounds a bit like what they're doing with mass effect legendary edition which i'll be down for though that sounds less sustained That sounds less substantial than what we usually get from blue point With modern blue shaq lawson and so. Who knows you guys here anti here. He's got no. I don't think so. He screw cash it up. I'm gonna. I'm gonna use them now. Gosh i i don. I was like why. Andy whispering nonsense in our ear like the ending a two spoilers. Now it's time to squat up from matt who writes in and says hello. I'll squad shout out to help promote a gaming tournament. We're holding this week to raise money for macmillan cancer charity in the uk and it was a loss family and friends to cancer. In colbert has an. Kobe has left many charities seriously struggling for funds every day this week. We're playing games tonight at eight fifteen pm. We're starting with a friendly game of among us and from tuesday to teams will compete in a competition starting with fortnight. We'll also be playing fall guys apex fever twenty warzone. The winner will be announced on sunday. Everything kicks off at eight fifteen pm. Uk time you can watch it on twitch dot tv slash nude job twenty.
"macmillan cancer" Discussed on Leading with James Ashton
"Hi there and welcome to another episode of leading this one is a mini milestone featuring our forty ninth and fiftieth. Ceo's sharing their take on taking the top job if you've listened before you'll know feature bosses from business charity the arts tech and beyond all discover. They have challenges in common in the corner office and some of also appeared in my book the nine types of leader which is available to order now leading supported by lockton. The world's largest privately owned independent insurance broker. Lockton independence means. It's eight thousand associates. Worldwide are free to focus solely on their clients risk and insurance needs to hear more from lockton experts. Please visit lockton international dot com slash gb slash insight. And so. this episode secure vein is chief executive of the british council the organization which projects the uk's image on the world since nineteen thirty four. It's aim to forge trust and understanding with other countries through arts and educational programs and is the number specialist english language teacher secure and began his career as an engineer manager at ici but then changed direction in two thousand seven when he was appointed chief executive of macmillan cancer support and then joined the british council in twenty fifteen joining him. His kate lee she's chief executive of the alzheimer society. The leading uk charity which supports more than two hundred thousand people with dementia. Every year she took the helm in two hundred twenty at short notice and with crises brewing. Predescessor departed early and the national lockdown.
"macmillan cancer" Discussed on Talking Cancer
"I'm joined by. Eve burn head of campaigns and public affairs at macmillan cancer support to talk about the money worries people with cancer may be having during the pandemic the financial support available. It's really really important that people are tailored and personalized advice for their own. Set of circumstances will also hear some words of advice from ruth. I knew about a week because my hair richly come out and they were fantastic. They took me through all the guards. Get women melon and we're talking cancer. Eighth welcome lovely lovely to have you with us and thank you so much for joining us on the podcast series. Now i'm as in all the other episodes we've recorded. I'm gonna time stamp this. We're recording this over zoom on the sixth of november twenty twenty and all the information we talk about is correct at the time of recording so since all lost episode since the last ten minutes there have been some major changes to the government guidance so before we start delving into the financial impact of covid eve. Do you wanna give us just a brief update on what the latest guidance means for people living with cancer. Yes absolutely so we know. The prime minister is announced new restrictions to cover england. I think the big difference here is that previously over the past few months we've had local restrictions local areas. The difference now is that these are national so across the whole of the country and people are being advised to stay at home. Unless you can't do your job from home and you have to go to work unless it's for a medical appointment or central shopping. Everyone is being asked to stay at home and for people with cancer. The big difference here again is for those who have clinically extremely vulnerable. So these are the people who in the first lock down where the shielded group. Those people are now being asked to stay at home so apart from medical appointments or medical care an apart from exercise that being asked to stay at home. The big thing here is of course for work so even if people with cancer who are clinically extremely vulnerable and can't do that job from home. They're being asked not to go to work. And i know we'll be talking about some of the financial support available those people today. It's such a roller coaster for it really is but with people with cancer diagnosed as this is being turned from pillar to post with so many different concerns and worries is people with cancer in lots of different ways. One of those as you mentioned is obviously going to be financial tied up with. Were what other kinds of things that matt malin have been hearing about people's financial concerns during this time. Well as you would imagine. This is an incredibly anxious. Time for people with cancer and support line is getting lots and lots and calls from people about lots of things to do with coronavirus but also about money worries in in particular people who previously would have gone to. Their banks are now worries because they don't want to go too. Busy places will get on public transport or worried about how they can speak to someone about their financial worries. Were hearing calls from people who are concerned about being made redundant or the people were helping access benefits for the first time. So there's a lot of different situations affecting people in different ways at the moment and on mcmillan support line Is the to help. So has caused some short term financial difficulties for lots of people with cancer out there including those who had to.
"macmillan cancer" Discussed on Talking Cancer
"Think you'll agree some really useful advice from Carol. They're the people who are having to sell for isolate daily before treatment or surgery or if someone in your household is showing symptoms of coronavirus, we've heard how lonely this experience can be. I mean, it must be awful. How can people stay connected it is difficult. And actually we lived in a really connected world now and lots of people have adapted through lock down to using FaceTime and WhatsApp to stay connected to friends and family. However, it's still hard if you can't get out and about in the page away and so people might want to explore things in a virtual way and we've seen lots of things like people doing virtual bingo with their family home or if they love Gardens the National Guard and scheme of got virtual Gardens that people can access its kind of a about finding what you like, but there is a lot their home. Do appreciate that there are some people that are perhaps not adapt at that kind of digital but there will always be someone in their family that is and so rather than feeling originated, you know, sit down with a a family member and and look at what's there and find things that work for you and we've talked a little bit as well which I'm sure adds another layer of anxiety that due to the pandemic. It's meant for some people that they've they're having to face delays to there from diagnosis right through to where they are on the treatment plans. What guidance can you give to help people off that anxiety? They might be experiencing around those delays. What what a reasonable questions that people are you should be asking I think it's really important that they any anxiety they have about their treatment that they do to their cancer team and the cancer nurse specialist because they will have all the information about them as a person they're cancer. And so if people are worried about delays to their treatment they need Talk it through and understand what the impact is for them. And if you're not going through active treatment in your worried, you know, then have a conversation with your GP about whether you should be worried because those are the people that have the most information about your health and what to worry about and what not to worry about them as always a font of knowledge and the voice of support and comfort. Thank you so much lovely to speak to you again for more information on a topics daily, and I have talked about in this episode head to our website McMillan. He's talking cancer the resources advice and support. It's also where you can find out more about donating a million, you know, next episode were talking about work and cancer in the age of coronavirus subscribe. If you'd like to hear that and every new episode whenever it's ready, and if you enjoy the series we'd love it if you could give us a callback. Sing or a review so that others can find the podcast more easily. I'm Emma be talking cancer is a MacMillan cancer support podcast..
"macmillan cancer" Discussed on Talking Cancer
"Them themselves in their family need to take a particular part of the minimum website which is corona virus hub, and we try to respond to the content on there in response to the questions that come through the support line I'm won't and. Dating on a very regular basis. However, we do also make sure that we've got the Gulf Dot UK links on there because you know sometimes as we now announcements made on a Saturday evening and again, coming back to you and your individual care be guided by your healthcare teams and the information that is being sent to you about any specifics and that relate to you. and. So I I think those would be the things that I would suggest in in terms of making sure that you have got absolutely the right information that is personalized for you. Rosie Mark Thank you so unbelievably helpful I really you know there's so much in there to take away it's been a pleasure speaking to you both take care. Thank you. Thanks. Thanks summer. Thanks again to rosy mark for taking the time to speak with me today for more information on the topics discussed in this episode, make sure you head tone website, McMillan dot org dot, UK food slash talking cancer for resources advice and support. It's also where you can find out more about donating to Macmillan in our next episode talking about managing your mental health through the pandemic subscribe. If you'd like to hear that an every new episode whenever it's ready and if you enjoy the series, why not give it a rating or a review, it helps others find the podcast more easily I'm GonNa be and talking cancer is Macmillan cancer support..
"macmillan cancer" Discussed on The Leader
"From the Evening Standard's editorial. Call Them. This is the leader for the whole thing. Pick up the newspaper. I had to stop the duck CODA UK slash comment in a moment. HOW LOCKDOWN HEAD CANCER CARE! Be Evening Standard's discovered thousands of Londoners missing urgent cancer checks because of the coronavirus lockdown study in conjunction with Macmillan Cancer Support and the breast cancer charities has shown the number of people seeking a two week hospital referral in May was down fifty three percent on the same time last year, the figures for those starting lifesaving or extending treatments his also damn, that's by thirty five percent are aditorial collins concerned covid nineteen mcclay more victims than just those infected by the virus itself. These worrying figures are another indication of the potentially catastrophic, but until now largely overlooked consequences of the corona virus lockdown. Our research shows for example that there has been a fifty percent drop in London patients being sent for examination for fast spreading noma, and a forty seven percent drop in breast cancer checks, which equates to three thousand fewer women, having suspicious lumps examined. All this is deeply troubling and indicates that lives. That might have been saved when instead be lost depriving children of parents and many others of loved ones unnecessarily. Ross lytle is with me now. Some of the figures you've uncovered of cancer. Care and treatment are astonishing. Is the lockdown entirely to blame for what's happening? Yes, the these figures are a direct result of the log on all patients fear of grown virus either contract. Or feeling the they've been a burden to. Do, what be Barton source staying away from new GP leader for noting to host these concentrates, but this is. Does it genuinely putting people's lives at risk? Yes. Is. Is that if you have council, the longer you wit retreated towards the cancer gates, so that's the basic thing. The second thing to see that only about seven percent of people who may have suspected concert contractually food subsequently to have cancer, so as a small proportion of the number would normally gate changed, but there are concerns that some people will be faked by the particularly those who have foster acting pencils. Such as some prostate cancer, particularly fast, growing on crafty considers particularly aggressive. I'm similarly for some bracelets councils, and this is why campaign is a worried. The cancer has become the forgotten see in the covid nineteen pandemic. It didn't point really is the chance of the Ricci Sudak. His busy encouraging his all to Gordy toes. You're saying I've seen actually far more meaningful thing would be to make sure. That the NHL Haase as much help as possible to get elise, Jake's going again. Because not only are patients frightened to go and get. Changed many investigations for concert Voles I come. Through throats or into other areas shall we say I'm is a difficult on Oso, safely dangerous preceded present because of the risk of crude virus, being sprayed between patients and stuff so really the has to be efforts made to increase the diagnostic tests the game as safely as quickly as possible and also to type. Because, what's happened, do these marches. You got space into younger. Be Seen each month. A month after month after month, these figures of just for me, but we're moving July on snow. Saying things are getting substantially better as we speak, and it's all in the case that patients inaugurating could change, we ought to from these figures, actually the number of surgeries or treatments. Diabetes once people actually diagnosed with cancer. And, you can read more from Ross on the evening. Standard's from page online at Standard Doco K next sure holds up, and you know I think that a lot of people really love it for musings of Nostalgia. Because it's a, it's a great novel, but there are a lot of really great novels that also tackle a smaller. American spy author Lauren Wilkinson on the legacy of Tequila mockingbird. Sixty years ago, a book was published would go on to be hailed as one of the great American novels and influence discussion on race relations all over the world. When. He gave us our air rifles. Advocates wouldn't teach us to shoot. Uncle Jack instructed us in the rudiments thereof. He said Atticus wasn't interested in guns. Advocates said to gem one day I'd rather shot at tin cans in the backyard but I know you'll go after birds shoot all the Blue Jays. You want if you can't hit them, but remember it's a sin to kill a mockingbird. That was the only time I heard. Advocates say it was a sin to do something. Bonnie Christian spoke to block off Lauren Wilkinson whose best seller, American spy was named by Barrack. Obama is one of his favorite books of last year. It's the sixtieth anniversary of hop as to kill a mocking bird. It's managed to enjoy this enduring popularity. Why do you think that is i? Think let's scout is a very compelling character and I think that it's. It's a very American thing to use a young. Female character it's you either the Lens through which to look at a serious story while. Racial inequality thing that makes a lot of sense. For the way that Americans like tell stories you know it's she's. She's very palatable. It's uncomfortable, little story, but we get it through someone who a lot of Americans really identify wet for feel basically, and do you think this novel holds up or resonates in today's world particularly right now against the backdrop of the black lives matter movement. I never really was a big that big of a fan of it to be totally honest with you. I was assigned it in seven eight didn't read. It got a D in that class because I couldn't read it. Bene- finally read as an adult and you know didn't. It, because of what I was saying, because it does feel that it needs to tell the story about outrace in a way that's needed by a young white world I didn't ever feel that I needed to have the storage to that way. Sure it holds up and you know I. think that a lot of people really love it for reasons of nostalgia, and because it's a, it's a great. Novel of itself, but there are a lot of really great novels that also tackle a smaller. And I think are just as valuable if not more, so you know contemporary ones ones that were. Published around the same time by black authors, so you mentioned that as plenty of black writers from that time who depict similar themes who would be worth reading other any that stand out, t all just things that grapple with race in a different way, and then around the same time just off the top of my head. Another country James Baldwin I think that was published in sixty.
"macmillan cancer" Discussed on Talking Cancer
"For some people were different so you come from the GP who suspects would like to know a little bit more to the test staging which kind of heightens the level of seriousness. A little bit more. And then chloe was was really emotional about that eleven days that she had to wait and returning to that described his obviously corporal matic for to even talk about it because it was so awful. How long should you be waiting? And what should people try and remember if they are in that situation that waiting time? Ideally you wanted turned around in a week but we. We often have to warn people that it might be two weeks just because of Pathologists that do that analysis As stretches any other part of the workforce and there are a post. And that's a really sad thing to say. But you have to manage expectation naturally waiting. Those two weeks dot won't change the outlook for the cancer. It's just the emotional impact on the person and so it's about what you can do to help. The person manage that so managing the expectation And trying to plug them in or give them some advice about how they can manage their own anxiety but eleven days is within. What what you would expect. It's not ideal and in that time. How everhart is probably stay off Google. I think it is difficult because some people are automatically and I would be exactly to me to be but I guess one of the positive things is if you Google Things Macmillan cancer support tends to come in the top five hits and so therefore if you go to a reputable site and also the number two hour support line would be on there as well where you would actually reach someone who understands And therefore you could actually have a conversation with someone And even if they seem silly questions to you. The professionals at the end of the line will not mind in the least now khloe is massively upbeat hugely positive character. Absolutely lovely to hang out with and she really preferred to talk about love violent than her cancer. What would you say to somebody who is dreading telling people? She didn't want a kind of a big sort of curtains and music. And tell everybody Moment and I can't imagine many people do. It is very hard because quite draining. 'cause you're not only dealing with your own emotions you'll then having to tell people that mean something to you and then you get their reactions. That is quite a heavy burden. Really when you're going through that period there are ways that you can do. I mean for people that are used to using iphones. There's a recording option on there and we do sometimes see people ask if they can record the consultation. There are a couple of cancer. Apps out there that do that and then allow you to a very securely the recording but really having Saudi House with you. It's what works for you and it's actually okay that you can't do it and you haven't got the emotional strength to do it How quickly do most people start receiving treatment? After they've been diagnosed it depends again on the type of cancer because some cancers like acute blood cancer so someone who's acutely unwell you would need started pretty quickly and they may actually have had everything done and be starting treatment within a week I'm very similar for brain. Cancer is but for other cancers. It's more difficult because the staging tests the more complicated but I would say that within four weeks Somebody would would have gone through the diagnosis and the staging and the treatment plan and be looking towards starting treatment. I'm or at least if it surgery had date for treatment chloe was also very honest about her a mental state after she'd had her baby And and the actually. That was something that was dealt with by her. Gp and gave her the space to be able to approach her treatment. With I think with clear ahead What kind of emotional physical financial support can you expect? And where? Where would you find that so? Jp is a good place to start. They used to Managing all sorts of conditions. Where you know. There's an emotional impact also pain so there's lots of things that GP's are well used to supporting people with and also knowing the local services that they can refer to help somebody manage what they're struggling with but equally the specialist teams would have that knowledge as well. So if you're in an appointment with your consultant or your nurse specialist. You could bring up there as well. They may liaise with your GP to work out the best course of action or they may themselves refer to Ah Service to support you if that's what you need. We in a lot of hospitals or communities we have information and support centers and. They're a good place because they focus on wellbeing and generally lots of those professionals help someone with that fiscal a mental wellbeing kind of interact with the information or support sent to say there are lots of different places. People didn't fail. They wanted to go and have an appointment with the GP or a special team. They could just walk into somewhere like that and explain what. The problem is to An expert information manager. I think something that as well is of an immediate concern. When you know that you're going to be receiving treatment that might knock you out for however long it's GonNa make you feel terrible is the financial impact. Is there information around as well about how you deal with work? How'd you talk to your bosses? How'd you start that conversation about the time off that you will need? I mean certainly McMillan. We've done a lot of that. And we've ensured that a lot of the posts that we fund like nurse special support workers have the information and they know what the local resources are in their area so there is lots out there. There's also lots of information on our website Uneven citizens advice bureaux will be able to give people that sort of advice and support if that's what the nearest local support Dany. You're a minefield of wonderful information. Thank you so very much. Thanks to Khloe again for sharing her story to get more information about what we've talked about in this episode. Then go to our website McMillan Dot Org dot. Uk forward slash talking cancer next time. We're talking treatable. But not curable cancer with Adam. We thought that if I decide in your brain but we find a way is going to have to operate an excellent and then the boy out soon. Yeah I know I was just looking at. She's at radio at Solomon upset nausea when we're talking potential Issues when yeah. Potentially you'll find that episode wherever you? Listen to your podcast. I'm Annabi and talking cancern. Mcmillan podcast.
"macmillan cancer" Discussed on talkRADIO
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"macmillan cancer" Discussed on talkRADIO
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"macmillan cancer" Discussed on talkRADIO
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"macmillan cancer" Discussed on talkRADIO
"Breakthroughs in the last decades could save five thousand british breast cancer patients a year from having to have chemotherapy instead they'll just need a daily pill such as talks event to stop their cancer returning after surgery and there's already a simple genetic tests already available on the nhs which could be used to identify which women this could work on instead of getting a grueling sixmonth course of chemotherapy after having either a lumpectomy or a mastectomy to remove that chima more let's talk about this with professor jane mayer a joint chief medical officer at macmillan cancer support and joins us now good morning tea jane morning this is wonderful news and yet fascinates me i it it sounds almost too good to be true too simple to be true it's just a pill already in existence using gene tests that's already in existence already available niches and it could save so many women so many families from going to this ordeal it is really exciting because this study showed the number of things that showed that you that with early breast cancer ninety percent of people were living ten years without cancer coming back and it also showed that for the earliest social breast cancer only a source of breast cancer which into a particular type that if you did this test it was not necessary to have chemotherapy as well as the very effective hormone treatment so that's somewhere between three and five thousand women a year who need chemotherapy in this country jordan to me i mean can you talk to people who've been lucky enough not so good for themselves all seeing a loved one case through it just how just how much of an ordeal chemotherapy therapies very tough really disrupt your life for a period of between six months and a year people are very tired they can lose they get nausea associated with it a minute takes time to get back to your you noble life after the anti cancer treatments and one thing that i would say which is really important during the anti cancer treatment is to try to keep up keep physically active and not really help you to avoid those long term side effects that's.
"macmillan cancer" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"In a statement to parliament on wednesday hunter said that an analysis by public health england found that women in england between the ages of sixty to seventy one we're not invited off the older women were not invited to their final breast cancer screening between the years two thousand nine and early two thousand eighteen at this stage is unclear whether any delay in diagnosis will have resulted in any unavoidable harm or death early indications suggested that between one hundred thirty five and two hundred seventy women had their lives shortened as a result of the air tragically there are likely to be some people in this group who would have been alive today if the failure had not happened health officials will contact the next of kin of women who are thought to have mr skin and subsequently died of breast cancer they will apologize and after process established weather and the air legend earlier death and if compensation payable they say we recognize this'll be incredibly distressing for some families but this to come out that's big because this could open them up to major losses so these screaming in invitations they say an independent review will be cared by linda thomas chief executive macmillan cancer support and martin gore professor of cancer medicine at the incident of cancer research and a consultant medical oncologist at the royal marsden hospital and a report is expected in six months but measures have already been put in place to prevent further errors as reassured those already affected this algorithm failure has been identified and fixed they said they said three hundred nine thousand women are estimated still to be alive and they will receive invitations for their screenings all women under seventy five will automatically receive invitations to catch up screenings and women's seventy two or older will be given access to a helpline to get clinical advice on whether a screening is appropriate for them what do you guys think about that if you're over seventy two you call a help line a government run help line again i'm not saying america is to get this exact same healthcare system but i'm very suspicious of wary that the next left leaning socialist type of president is going to want to have a system very similar to england and they are going to say all right that's good all seventy i'm an older call the help line a government run help light and we will advise you to get the scan or not now are these help lines staffed by dios md's dc's p as nurse practitioners healthcare providers that are very well versed in breast cancer risk well no no help lines are usually staffed by.
"macmillan cancer" Discussed on talkRADIO
"Them during that cancer treatments basically appeals been the world's where are inhabiting basically exactly you know we know there's a big workforce of men in these in these companies and it's really hard sometimes kind of people to get hold of say this is a really good campaign to try and get get in touch with them make sure they're weather support women to go turn to each other for for emotional support very quickly tentative to their friends and the family man often don't this idea of being the stiff upper lip and being a man taking have people like the royal prince harry and william speaking out i mean obviously very much in the news this week oversee for other reasons but but the fact they've spoken out about the the torments they've gone through losing their mother and another she's the fact that they spoken about mental health issues and about mental as that helps think definitely you know you're pretty brave men have come out and talk about the things he said for the prince harry and prince william communities like johnny vegas and sharing that it's okay to talk about your emotion i think traditionally people always brave face on this and they said they can handle it and they don't want to share their loved ones that they did really struggling for that treatment and you know i'm on colleges from crowned and i've seen is when patients to to me about how the feeling jane that that treatment they just say they're fine just say and they just they they say they want me to here and really if they taught me early and to to kind of macmillan cancer helpline they can get these get help early and then stolen from coming into crisis when the radio really struggling say more openly about feeling well they could've probably got treatment earlier david rundle now you diagnose yourself with prostate cancer twenty fourteen but now out of the woods on that front everything's okay now blood tests are coming back the surgery seems to have done its job and yeah excellent and did you keep everything crosses so glad you hit the tool did you did she you put about your feelings and your.
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"Tin what else is loyd's doing both in the branch and online to protect vulnerable adults sir in the past year we saw a specialist team working on site macmillan cancer support so that's training up especially steaming all telephone banking world to not only understand cancer but she deal with a whole host of support measures whether that's releasing money from savings accounts at normally have locked in whether that's freezing fees and charges or green lame repayment holidays in addition we've done an awful lot of work on our online format so we got she working with ability net so she making sure all of our websites and are apps are accessible to all the matter want the needs and that how can we integrate wolves we usually a lot of biometrics are the top chinese on the variety of how many people with dimension outside his comp metropol skype but they can't put that fingerprint that can put the thing print and then they can donald straighten so which we what we then we'll need to dos for another password or pumping goat we can tilton directly and chris you as we said you train staff at for train frontline stopped to help recognize vulnerable uh vulnerable customers what are some of the problems for banks in trying to protect and identify vulnerable customers i think that the we've we've done eleven thousand stall 560 organizations and the the key ones is a law the signs are not immediately apparent unless you are able to look out from the toss the banking toss of the commercial toss it you'll doing you'll miss conver change blinded by what's in front of uci first is getting people to see second is getting people to listen and then he's getting people actually act and is often arrest sense about fending the customer buzz we've heard this actually if you do step in and you put the support the organization point you you'd like huge difference that consumes life but there is a bit of a trade off hair that may be some customers don't want to accept the loss of financial independence and yet to be fully protected maybe they do need to realise limitations on anything it's a loss of independence certainly what it is is an extra lap.
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"macmillan cancer" Discussed on KKAT
"Who claim they were illegals he said yeah i call ice and then he said representative resolve while they're they're they're yelling chanting years from now while proudly proclaiming that they're illegal us so call there were carrying signs reading legal and i'm here to stay representative rinaldi they'll claims democratic state rep poncho nevada's threatened his life after he called ice several democrats however say rinaldi was the one who threatened to put a bullet in the head of the virus that seems a little strong so apparently there was threatened gunplay rawl lewis citing and play the game of golf is the equivalent to a week's worth of exercise macmillan cancer support it's british charity says during a single round round of golf players walked forty eight miles which burn around fifteen hundred calories carrier on golf clubs how many people do that percentagewise even very low very well play actually walking carry their club's gosh hunter now as twenty percent including like all the public golf courses in america now along with that fill a around the golf equates to about two hundred forty minutes of moderate intensive activity that goes beyond health department recommendations to do at least one hundred fifty men and most of that would be the walking carrying your clubs which nobody does of moderate intense activity per week come on joe jump in your i thought sure you want to rally around most people arrived at these days partly because it's way mostly speeds everything out right well they did a study of three hundred thousand golfers they found they added death rate forty percent lower than other people to say agent socio economic sat down to me like the story is if you walk for miles carrying a heavy bag here on a regular basis yes you'll be healthier and cut down the cancer which i don't doubt once a week that's all you gotta do what even walk for miniature golf i just i even drive their cars on the green to pot i just leaned out of it it's almost like polo even if you ride though you will walk you know many hundreds yards so yeah it's it's some exercise all right that's rep that your news marshall clips they are getting show the voice of the less smc just the tough to me to do my job and i keep getting text from home about how pretty throwing up.
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"A little strong so a there was threatened gunplay through always fighting and play the game of golf is the equivalent to a week's worth of exercise macmillan cancer support it's british charity says during a single round up round of golf players walk forty eight miles which bert around fifteen hundred calories if carrier on golf clubs how many people do that percentagewise you've been very low very low light actually walking carry their club's gosh shannon's as twenty percent including like all public golf courses in america now along with that go around the gulf equates to about two hundred forty minutes of moderate intensive activity that goes beyond the health department recommendations to do at least one hundred fifty men and most of that would be the walking carrying your clubs which nobody dose of moderate intense activity per week come on joe jump in your i sure you want to rally around most people arrived these days partly because its way mostly speeds everything out right well a study of three hundred thousand golfers they found they added death rate forty percent lower than other people to say agents so cio economic sat down to me like the story is if you walk for miles carrying a heavy bag on a regular basis yes you'll be healthier and cut down the cancer which i don't doubt once a week that's all you gotta do what they even walk for miniature golf i just i even drive their cars under the green to pot i just lean out i think of it it's almost like polo even if you ride though you will walk many hundreds yards so yeah it's it's some exercise or a death threat that your.