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Fresh update on "testicular cancer" discussed on Weekend Edition Saturday

Weekend Edition Saturday

00:31 min | 19 hrs ago

Fresh update on "testicular cancer" discussed on Weekend Edition Saturday

"It is a spare their Saturday some wildfire smoke drifting from the North is to be expected. And there is that grass fire in Livermore 71 degrees in San Francisco, expected high today. It'll Beehive 77 in Oakland, 80 in San Jose. 85 This is weekend edition from NPR News. I'm Scott Simon with Bater Ginsberg has died, a scholar and a lawyer who became an icon. He designed and lead the fight for women's rights in the 19 seventies and subsequently served 27 years on the U. S. Supreme Court. She died last night at the age of 87 of complications from metastatic cancer of the pancreas. NPR legal affairs correspondent Nina Totenberg, who knew and covered Justice Ginsberg for more than 40 years as this report on her life and legacy. Ruth Bader Ginsburg quite simply changed the way the world is for American women, and she did it before she became a Supreme Court justice for more than a decade until her first judicial appointment in 1980, she led the fight in the courts for gender equality. When she began her legal crusade, women were treated by law differently from men. Hundreds of state and federal laws restricted what women could do, barring them from jobs writes even from jury service. By the time she dawn judicial robes, however, Ginsberg had wrought a revolution that was never more evident than in 1996 when as a relatively new Supreme Court justice, Ginsberg wrote the court 7 to 1 opinion, declaring that the Virginia Military Institute could no longer exclude women. True, she said. Most women indeed most men could not meet VM. I's rigorous demands, but reliance on overboard generalizations, typically male or, typically, female tendencies. Estimates about the way most women almost man are well, lots of ice to deny opportunity to women whose talent and capacity place them outside the average description. She was an unlikely pioneer, diminutive and shot. But in her later years she became something of a rock star to women of all ages. She was the subject of two movies and operetta, a Time magazine cover merchandise of every kind bore her tiny face with huge glasses. And she was the subject of regular Saturday night Live sketches here to comment is liberal Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg theme enjoyed her fame but maintained a sense of humor about herself. When TV cameras showed her falling asleep during the 2015 State of the Union speech, she admitted during an onstage interview that she had imbibed a bit too much wine at dinner with the justices beforehand, So I got a call, and I came home from one of my granddaughters. And she said, But the US sleeping in the state Born in Brooklyn, New York, Ruth Bader went to public schools excelled as a student and a baton twirler. Her mother, the driving force in her young life, died the day before the future justice was to graduate as valedictorian from her high school. Then 17. She went to Cornell on full scholarship. There, she met Martin, A k a. Marty Ginsburg made money so It's just overwhelming the attractive to be a city care that I had a brain. The duo were married. He was drafted and they went to Fort Sill, Oklahoma, where she scored high on the civil service exam. I could only get a job is a type pissed. Two years later, they returned to the East Coast and Harvard Law School. The Ginsberg's were busy juggling schedules in their toddler when Marty was diagnosed with testicular cancer. Surgery and aggressive radiation followed. That left Ruth alone to take care of their two year old daughter and her very sick husband, including typing his senior thesis as he dictated it late at night, and then he'd go back to sleep. It was about two o'clock. Then I take out the books and stunt reading what I needed to read. To be prepared for classes The next day. She graduated at the top of her class but couldn't find a job law firms were loath to hire a woman, much less a mother. She finally got a teaching job at Rutgers Law School hit her second pregnancy so she wouldn't lose her job and began her fight for women's rights. Ginsberg's first Supreme Court victory came in a 1971 case testing whether state laws may automatically prefer men over women as executors of the states. The answer was no. It was the first time the Supreme Court had ever struck down a state law because it discriminated based on gender. As the chief architect of the legal battle for women's rights, Ginsberg devised a strategy that was characteristically cautious, precise and single mindedly aimed at one goal winning To that end, she often picked male plaintiffs to illustrate the inequality of the law for male judges. For instance, in one of the cases, she argued before the Supreme Court, she represented a man whose wife, the principal breadwinner for the family died in childbirth. Under the vent existing law, a widow is entitled to Social Security payments for childcare, but not a widower, this absolute exclusion Based on gender per se, operates to the disadvantage of female workers. They're surviving spouse is And their Children. In an interview with NPR, she explained the legal theory that she sold to the Supreme Court winning victories in five landmark cases. The words of the 14th Amendment equal protection clause, nor shall any state deny to any person the equal protection of the laws. Oh, that word. Any person covers women as well as men, and the Supreme Court woke up to that reality in 1971 after the 2006 retirement of Justice Sandra Day O'Connor. As the court grew more and more conservative, Ginsburg dissented more often and more assertively. For instance, when the court struck down a key provision of the Voting Rights Act that for decades had prevented discriminatory voting practices. Ginsberg skewered the majority's claim that the law was no longer needed. That, she said, is like throwing away an umbrella in the middle of a rainstorm because you want getting wet. Despite her frequent Descents, Ginsburg from Time to time, was able to pull out victories in closely contested cases. In 2015, For instance, in Arizona case, she authored the court's decision upholding independent redistricting commissions set up by voter referenda as a way of removing some of the partisanship in drawing legislative district lines. Arizona voters to restore.

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

BBC World Service

00:26 sec | 9 months ago

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

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

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Movember: Early detection is key

Mo'Kelly

02:00 min | 10 months ago

Movember: Early detection is key

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

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Rising Cancer Rates Among Firefighters: Cause for Alarm

Mark Reardon

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Rising Cancer Rates Among Firefighters: Cause for Alarm

"Fighting a spike in cancer rates among saint louis firefighters far chief denis jenkinson says in the last year and a half ten firefighters have died of cancer cancer's these guys are good in and it's you know forty to fifty year old firefighter there we're looking at seven to eight types of cancer that we're seeing over and over and over again brain cancer testicular cancer safa geo type cancers early prostate cancers and guys thirty five forty years of age jenkinson blames the chemicals in the soot and smoke which firefighters ingest when they eat or drink without proper washing the chief announced to federal grants to help combat the problem including six hundred thousand dollars for new

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"testicular cancer" Discussed on No Laying Up

No Laying Up

04:03 min | 1 year ago

"testicular cancer" Discussed on No Laying Up

"But Hakima go there for a while. If they if we do a job with them. Hopefully this arena gets built, and then we'll have an MBA team and hopefully five six years, but the problem is they're not going to have to steal somebody else's team. You don't do that, after what I've been through feel bad about it. But we're pretty sure New Orleans was gonna come to us and then they somehow got into one pick. So everybody Seattle's like screaming, you know, it's rigged conspiracy at all. Deal, I was surprised to read this because I feel like this is kind of the, the media story that would that would be like 'cause every when a guy comes on screen three things about every player that everyone says, but I was surprised to read in two thousand eleven diagnosed with testicular cancer. Yes. So it was February March of tales eleven was diagnosed with testicular cancer removed it little little bit chemo through may, and then it was back on the golf course in June. So pretty easy for me, but still pretty scary, what the cancer my family lost. My mom until five to cancer brother had cancer. Nine so it was you know, I had plenty of history with that and was more on your radar because of that was something you were checking for regular not at all. I mean just being typical dude sitting on the couch playing with yourself. Not a lump. Yeah. Exactly. It's so if you're men under thirty five it's pretty common actually. So I think a lot of those. So rubber balls. I think Tom green has a song. The old comedian rubber balls teas your balls. That way, don't get cancer. It's true. It helped. I don't feel bad laughing. It's, it's, it's like super high success rate of care. So I'm healthy now on the brothers healthy and we're good now. So we were trying to get a little background info on you and actually max max, it two things he said he said asking him about his around in Springfield, and how you feel and then he's he's fascinated by sometimes you're warm up your teen and apparently how random it can be. Yeah, that's fair. So. Maybe the biggest story of my career Intel last summer was Springfield, Missouri on the web tour in two thousand fifteen was the first year out there and I two in the morning, and you have to make so many birdies, I think, shot four or five under for two days, and I was like all this gonna miss the cut. So we go out drinking. We play like par-three course under the lights with my caddie, a couple of buddies and bunch of beer, ended up getting a fireball. And it was late. And all of a sudden, we check, I have a text from the tour says UT off at seven thirty with Craig Barlow. I'm like I made the cut Ono so continue to drink obviously because there's no turning back and. The rope have night genome takes me to waffle house, on the way the golf course I had a couple balls. It's really hot. It's revolt Missouri in July. It is a hundred degrees with ninety five percent, humidity and miserable. So hungover with this Gino goes to you. It's like two hundred walking I fill myself to my Buddy's, walking the TM says it's going to be, you know, this is the death of me. I love you guys. I'm gonna shoot seventy nine a day, and I'm gonna like it and you know I'll just chat with you guys later. And that's like a two minute video that, that kind of went. Went pretty big in the in our small Gulf world out here. So I don't think it's hit. I don't think it's at the airwaves yet. I have to check that we could change that I was gonna say you just sent a lot of people track that we'll see nothing too bad. And there it's. So that was that ended up shooting sixty three that day made ten birdies. There's like a of the story. I walk off the golf course. I'm in third place. And you what right to sleep..

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"testicular cancer" Discussed on The Moth

The Moth

03:29 min | 1 year ago

"testicular cancer" Discussed on The Moth

"What am I supposed to say? And I told them like we'll do the best. We can like what else am I say, I'm not trained for that. Yet. And so he goes onto the cancer service. And I go on with my life. About a year later. I went to the couple of my friends to restaurant X for a restaurant week. And I found out from the wait staff there that he had died. Six months before. And that's the thing. He was nineteen years old. Cancer can be beaten, it's hard. But when found early testicular cancer, usually is it can be very easily beaten. But this guy was just so scared for his parents that he waited. And the thing is like since then I've worked at many hospitals have practice for decent amount of time now and from the most expensive riches hospitals in the country to the poorest from IB league hospitals to state university, hospitals, I've never met a single physician nurse social worker who gives a fuck what your immigration status as I've never had it become a point of contention. Because all we do is we want to make you better. And this past year, you know, with the election, like, this is all that we've been hearing, you know, and in my mind, I keep thinking about this nineteen year old kid like how many other people like that are there who just don't want to go see your doctor or don't wanna see a lawyer or whatever because they're so scared. But you know, we try our best and every day I go to work, and I never bring it up. None of my colleagues ever brings it up. And in the end, that's the best that we can do. Thank you. That was the Shaan Naima dean, Sean is a long and intensive care physician who's been training for quote, millions of years. He can finally see the light at the end of the tunnel and thinks he may be able to squeeze in a nap. Eventually his wife is ensure. Regarding this story is Shan said he thinks about this guy all the time. He said that misinformation about the healthcare world and our relation to immigration services is rampant. And he told me I still haven't met a healthcare professional who cares about immigration status when it comes to patient care. When we return a teenager goes back to her mother's homeland for the very first time. When the moth radio hour continues. The malls radio hour is produced by Atlantic public media woods hole, Massachusetts and presented by the public radio exchange p r x dot org. I'm Jennifer Hickson. This is the moth radio hour from PR axe..

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Olympic Swimmer Nathan Adrian Reveals Testicular Cancer Diagnosis

Ben Maller

00:12 sec | 1 year ago

Olympic Swimmer Nathan Adrian Reveals Testicular Cancer Diagnosis

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

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"testicular cancer" Discussed on Dumb, Gay Politics

Dumb, Gay Politics

04:54 min | 1 year ago

"testicular cancer" Discussed on Dumb, Gay Politics

"Thank you actually writer for that gavel actually ride. Our thank you for all rise. Now, everybody get up. Dusty ask gal clean it. Randy your job down that gavel is the business. The business. I love it. So actually writers all over the segments. Chuck grassley. You're out of order. Remember that? Yep. And he did that. Okay. Manian Tom king wanted to take that shove. Right. His fucking s. Well. Oh god. Okay. Court is now in session everyone. Okay. Get get it going everyone. Shut up everyone. Shut up shut the front door. Everyone. Get into it. Gavel-to-gavel gavel bailiff brandy. Hello. How are you today? I'm good great. Today's hearing is not an indictment or regular session. You could probably here as it is more of a pleasant nature. It isn't so angry give it a minute. There are times as a judge when you are pleased to be able to see the good side of someone in the courtroom and not the disgusting despicable monstrous criminal stylings. And I'm not talking about looking at myself in the mirror. Okay. Come on seriously though in my courtroom today. We have the distinct honor of honoring a supreme court honor, the honor herself, the gator Ruth baiter Ginsburg, it is this courts privilege to be able to give thanks today to judge who changed all of our lives here to for to be known as the motherfucking gator. That is right. Bailiff brandy here to four to be known as the motherfucking gator. K Rb notorious Rb, gee, that's cute. That's cute. That's cute. That's that's cute. But the bitches the gator. That's right, okay. Now. It is this courts honor to pass the highest judgment and to pass the longest sentence, which is one of gratitude and of thanks to the gator. What people may not know about the gator now, she went to Harvard Law School and was one of nine women among five hundred men, and of course, despite her outstanding academic records. She was top of her class literally top three of her class, however, Ginsburg counter, gender, discrimination shocking, and she experienced gender discrimination while seeking employment after she graduated from Harvard. Okay. No, one would hire a woman lawyer, particularly if a law firm are had already hired one woman lawyer also can I just say loss, she was in college. She was married to another guy who to a guy who was also in Harvard Law School, he contracted Tech's testicular cancer while they were in college in law school, and she went to all they had a child. Child. Also, by the way, she went to all of his classes, and all of her classes and then teach him at night. So that he was able to graduate from Harvard. She went to all of his classes, and she's still graduated top three in her class. Isn't that amazing? Incredible incredible. And the chances of surviving testicular cancer at that time were like three percent. I think she cared his cancer too. Yeah. Probably did. She just she just I mean, I can't now I wanted to also start as a judge by saying as a judge it is it is personal shame that I didn't realize truly realized I knew, of course, Justice gator that you had given so much to to us to women to being one of only you're the second woman on the supreme court, but I never dug deeper jumping on a bandwagon. But it's better late than never, and we do, and what's more most important than jumping on it. And and encouraging others. Jump on. It is to. Yes. Say that we're shamed. That we weren't we weren't on the train much much earlier. And she's getting her do Honey, she's getting her do, and we didn't know, and it made me also realize that something that we should all think about which are is or are that there are so many people who stories we can learn from and who have done things for us that we didn't even. Another supreme court Thurgood Marshall Pembina gangster for the ages to just like her when we learned about him. We were like, well that's a shame. We have never gotten into that. Incredible. Incredible. Man. Exactly. So it was I was just thinking, of course with with him to that. We just we there are these names that we hear maybe there's names that we don't even know we know maybe one or two things that they do. And we think well, that's awesome. That's enough right now that is fucking enough. So okay. But with her I mean, there's so many nothing. Yeah. Right. It's the tip of the iceberg..

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"testicular cancer" Discussed on Suiting Up with Paul Rabil

Suiting Up with Paul Rabil

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"testicular cancer" Discussed on Suiting Up with Paul Rabil

"One quick anecdote in Joey Sankey who right now is battling testicular cancer. And that was a. A pretty somber. But for me, personally, motivating and inspirational experience I caught an experience because he had reached out to both Mike and myself over text. So let us know when he found out which wasn't too long ago, and he went immediately into chemo and his his attitude is. Mindset is is that cancer have a chance, and it's pretty wild. Because I don't think it does either. It's that it's that parent, and and that type of stuff for me, which touches this business directly as as appeal player to see that communicate with him regularly and see the rest of across community behind him as an example of something that that literally touches home for the PO L. There are broader initiatives. Why don't you talk about that as third ten the jelly and within like a month? Being diagnosed Joey organize a fundraiser for the number foundation. Five K in the Philadelphia community or key partner in his areas. Headstrong foundation, which I think will off oceans across you definitely know through through mustache madness campaign. They've done with one hundred plus colleges seemed to have paid over the last couple of years. They really are testament where they're leading the fight against cancer the lacrosse world. I know that they actually said that you were on the first athlete endorsers early one. Tom Schreiber's also on the PL has been part of that. And a lot of the pro guys too. And so we're excited kind of work with them because they do a lot of work with cancer patients, and their families and just sort of like providing that recovery and helping the treatment and so to be able to provide tickets or support or to have a players visit or camps and clinics off as we integrate and caloric found families. Incredible. And so works to work with them other ways the peel and support them. Yeah. I think they're a group that kind of drills down on being able to turn a an incredibly challenging tragic experience to their families specifically into something that has impacted millions of people in our sport and outside it, and what they've done in where we look to continue to learn from is their ability to bring to life awareness around there 'cause on field by hosting college algebra cross tournaments in the fall. All too small activation to working with children's hospitals to housing cancer patients. They're really spectacular very robust group. And we're humbled to to just be a small supporter in many ways to them among many. So that's that's been great. And we're we're we're eagerly looking as we turn the corner on our last initiative with our players, but we're eagerly looking for other groups in organizations that are interested in in a partnership, and what that will look like in every partnership is unique just like across all of our business units and all of your respective businesses and personal lives, frankly at.

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"testicular cancer" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

03:15 min | 2 years ago

"testicular cancer" Discussed on KTRH

"Now smile fascinated by the different things people do a whole world of interesting one on you can just get people to tell you about it so i get an email from a fellow named karl with a k like in sling blade he says are this is briefly stated per your request i am a retired air force lieutenant colonel f sixteen instructor okay you have my attention i recently started flying flight tours around houston in an open cockpit biplane have you ever been open cockpit biplane i have i was seventeen years old my mother my parents thought i had testicular cancer because i had a hydra seal so my urologist said well it could be testicular cancer which is really deadly or it could be nothing but we have to go in and figure out you want to hear the rest of this it turns out it wasn't testicular cancer it turned out it was just a hydroxyl they'd drain it and you're good to go so more than you wanted to know but that is why i went on the by plane ride because there was old man that had retired from dupont and orange and he had bought a world war two plane and it was his pride and joy and he had offered i guess my dad had gone to work instead i think my son's going by testicular cancer graduate high school so he somehow that led to well i'll take him up an airplane in iffy survives that that'll be a good omen or whatever so my mother wasn't going to let me go but then like i was probably on dive testicular cancer anyway so she let me so i remember we drove out we got into the plane and i'm gonna tell you something it is like riding in a gocart this thing was just just the metal framing the one that this guy that email me i've been on his website his at least has some sheets of metal around it to make it look a little more you know like soapbox derby or whatever they call it this thing was just a little piping and i mean when you had a go kart as a kid four little wheels and a little what was that little too horsepower engine call comanche indian what was the name of that do you remember that little crank start you could never get that thing started well this thing looked like that but maybe it was a three horsepower engine and we went up we went all over orange we came home and i didn't have testicular cancer so it all ended well but so this guy says me male i have a posted pictures would love to hear your thoughts on veteran owned startups and maybe get you up in the air i've been out to the rcc and enjoy your show let me know if you'd be interested in chattering further at the redneck country club or via email thank you carl so i went to the site which is called texas biplane texas b i p l a n e you wonder how much it costs to go up the minimum package for fifty dollars you.

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"testicular cancer" Discussed on  News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"testicular cancer" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Vistas i'm mount pistols aw yup no now smile thanks people do a whole world of interesting one on you could just get people to tell you about it so i get an email from a fellow named karl with a k like in sling blade he says this is briefly stated per your request i am a retired air force lieutenant colonel f sixteen instructor okay yeah my attention i recently started flying flight tours around houston in an open cockpit biplane mon you ever been in an open cockpit biplane i have i was seventeen years old my mother my parents thought i had testicular cancer because i had a hydra seal so my urologist said well it could be testicular cancer which is really deadly or it could be nothing but we have to go in and figure out you want to hear the rest of this it turns out it wasn't testicular cancer it turned out it was just a hydra seal they'd drain it and you're good to go so more than you wanted to know but that is why i went on the biplane ride because there was an old man that had retired from dupont and orange and he had bought a world war two plane and it was his pride and joy and he had offered i guess my dad had gone to work said i think my son's going back testicular cancer and he graduated high school so he somehow that led to will i'll take him up an airplane in if he survives that that'll be a good omen or whatever so my mother wasn't going to let me go but then like i was probably on dive testicular cancer anyway so she let me so i remember we drove out we got into the plane and i'm gonna tell you something it is like riding in a gocart this thing was just just the metal framing the one that this guy that email me i've been on his website his at least has some sheets of metal around it to make it look a little more you know like soapbox derby or whatever they call it this thing was just a little piping and i mean you mean when you had a go kart as a kid four little wheels and a little what was that little too horsepower engine called comanche indian what was the name of that you remember that little crank start you could never get that thing started well this thing look like that but maybe it was a three horsepower engine and we went up we went all over orange we came home and i didn't have testicular cancer so it all ended well but so this guy says me male i have a posted pictures would love to hear your thoughts on veteran owned startups and maybe get you up in the air i've been out to the rcc and enjoy your show let me know if you'd be interested in chattering further at the redneck country club or via email thank you carl so i went to the site which is called texas biplane texas b i p l a n e you will know how much it costs to go up the minimum package for fifty dollars you.

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"testicular cancer" Discussed on Sounds Good with Branden Harvey

Sounds Good with Branden Harvey

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"testicular cancer" Discussed on Sounds Good with Branden Harvey

"Yeah and they go well you know what we can do is we can you know we it was probably part of my cancer because i had testicular cancer probably an after effect of the chemo and all the surgeries and everything is you know we could just treat you topically and you'll be feeling much much better in a few weeks and i said no that's not it i mean there's more to it than that i mean i just there's a lot of things going on and everything i mentioned they said it's your age you know you're getting older now and yoga spec these things and and i just get one after another and finally go why is my prefer vision all messed up and they go okay let's get you in brea head scan and so i went in they found a brain tumor in and in the information given after a week of just prayer and and uncertainty they finally decided to do a biopsy which means that they they drill a small hole in the top of your head they go down into your optic chasm they take a piece of this tumor and then they find out what kind of sell it is and they've found out that it was a cranial fringe yoma which is brain tumor that children are born with it in hib its growth in and development and that's what i had when i was little they didn't have the technology in the sixties to find that and if they had it would have been a craniotomy it would have been really barbaric it really would have been where my personality would have been different my my physicality they didn't have any of the things they have now so i'm really grateful they didn't find that because you know a lot of people ask if i feel like a victim because of all my health issues and it's like no because they all worked together for my good you know without the brain tumor i never would've started skating i never would have understood as young person would it felt to be independent and had to be self reliant and all those things that i needed to step on the ice alone on that shoot sheet of ice to be able to escape in front of a lot of people and compete so there are a lot of those factors that really came in handy later on.

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"testicular cancer" Discussed on What It Takes

What It Takes

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"testicular cancer" Discussed on What It Takes

"Lorde hamilton retired from stores an ice in two thousand one a few years after he was treated for testicular cancer but the show goes on to this day and if you wanna see nathan chan brady ten el marai nick asu adam rippon and lots of your other favorites from this winter olympics and olympics past that's where you can catch them come april and may everything that i've ever been able to accomplish and skating in in life has come out of adversity and perseverance the judge the told me i was too short to compete at international level well i'll prove her wrong and i did um another judge who just didn't really like me that much in was very powerful always thrown up roadblocks trying to get me to to fail now you can if you do this jump in competition um we're gonna have to mark you down so i change the jump in atlanta tougher jump in spain despite her and when the competition so all the things that were meant to kinda pull me down made me better just out of just drive in in intensity and perseverence it's it's always been just getting past the adversity getting you know finding a challenge meeting it finessing phan eighthinning however you get around it get around it but always keep looking ahead don't let somebody grab a hold of the back your shirt and hold you back you know just keep going keep going and without that kind of adversity evian much much less of a performer i'd love for people to throw up some roadblocks it gives me direction and it gives me something to to.

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"testicular cancer" Discussed on What It Takes

What It Takes

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"testicular cancer" Discussed on What It Takes

"Lorde hamilton retired from stores an ice in two thousand one a few years after he was treated for testicular cancer but the show goes on to this day and if you wanna see nathan chan brady ten el marai nick asu adam rippon and lots of your other favorites from this winter olympics and olympics past that's where you can catch them come april and may everything that i've ever been able to accomplish and skating in in life has come out of adversity and perseverance the judge the told me i was too short to compete at international level well i'll prove her wrong and i did um another judge who just didn't really like me that much in was very powerful always thrown up roadblocks trying to get me to to fail now you can if you do this jump in competition um we're gonna have to mark you down so i change the jump in atlanta tougher jump in spain despite her and when the competition so all the things that were meant to kinda pull me down made me better just out of just drive in in intensity and perseverence it's it's always been just getting past the adversity getting you know finding a challenge meeting it finessing phan eighthinning however you get around it get around it but always keep looking ahead don't let somebody grab a hold of the back your shirt and hold you back you know just keep going keep going and without that kind of adversity evian much much less of a performer i'd love for people to throw up some roadblocks it gives me direction and it gives me something to to.

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"testicular cancer" Discussed on What It Takes

What It Takes

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"testicular cancer" Discussed on What It Takes

"Lorde hamilton retired from stores an ice in two thousand one a few years after he was treated for testicular cancer but the show goes on to this day and if you wanna see nathan chan brady ten el marai nick asu adam rippon and lots of your other favorites from this winter olympics and olympics past that's where you can catch them come april and may everything that i've ever been able to accomplish and skating in in life has come out of adversity and perseverance the judge the told me i was too short to compete at international level well i'll prove her wrong and i did um another judge who just didn't really like me that much in was very powerful always thrown up roadblocks trying to get me to to fail now you can if you do this jump in competition um we're gonna have to mark you down so i change the jump in atlanta tougher jump in spain despite her and when the competition so all the things that were meant to kinda pull me down made me better just out of just drive in in intensity and perseverence it's it's always been just getting past the adversity getting you know finding a challenge meeting it finessing phan eighthinning however you get around it get around it but always keep looking ahead don't let somebody grab a hold of the back your shirt and hold you back you know just keep going keep going and without that kind of adversity evian much much less of a performer i'd love for people to throw up some roadblocks it gives me direction and it gives me something to to.

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"testicular cancer" Discussed on What It Takes

What It Takes

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"testicular cancer" Discussed on What It Takes

"Lorde hamilton retired from stores an ice in two thousand one a few years after he was treated for testicular cancer but the show goes on to this day and if you wanna see nathan chan brady ten el marai nick asu adam rippon and lots of your other favorites from this winter olympics and olympics past that's where you can catch them come april and may everything that i've ever been able to accomplish and skating in in life has come out of adversity and perseverance the judge the told me i was too short to compete at international level well i'll prove her wrong and i did um another judge who just didn't really like me that much in was very powerful always thrown up roadblocks trying to get me to to fail now you can if you do this jump in competition um we're gonna have to mark you down so i change the jump in atlanta tougher jump in spain despite her and when the competition so all the things that were meant to kinda pull me down made me better just out of just drive in in intensity and perseverence it's it's always been just getting past the adversity getting you know finding a challenge meeting it finessing phan eighthinning however you get around it get around it but always keep looking ahead don't let somebody grab a hold of the back your shirt and hold you back you know just keep going keep going and without that kind of adversity evian much much less of a performer i'd love for people to throw up some roadblocks it gives me direction and it gives me something to to.

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"testicular cancer" Discussed on What It Takes

What It Takes

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"testicular cancer" Discussed on What It Takes

"Lorde hamilton retired from stores an ice in two thousand one a few years after he was treated for testicular cancer but the show goes on to this day and if you wanna see nathan chan brady ten el marai nick asu adam rippon and lots of your other favorites from this winter olympics and olympics past that's where you can catch them come april and may everything that i've ever been able to accomplish and skating in in life has come out of adversity and perseverance the judge the told me i was too short to compete at international level well i'll prove her wrong and i did um another judge who just didn't really like me that much in was very powerful always thrown up roadblocks trying to get me to to fail now you can if you do this jump in competition um we're gonna have to mark you down so i change the jump in atlanta tougher jump in spain despite her and when the competition so all the things that were meant to kinda pull me down made me better just out of just drive in in intensity and perseverence it's it's always been just getting past the adversity getting you know finding a challenge meeting it finessing phan eighthinning however you get around it get around it but always keep looking ahead don't let somebody grab a hold of the back your shirt and hold you back you know just keep going keep going and without that kind of adversity evian much much less of a performer i'd love for people to throw up some roadblocks it gives me direction and it gives me something to to.

Lorde hamilton testicular cancer adam rippon olympics atlanta spain nathan chan evian
"testicular cancer" Discussed on What It Takes

What It Takes

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"testicular cancer" Discussed on What It Takes

"Lorde hamilton retired from stores an ice in two thousand one a few years after he was treated for testicular cancer but the show goes on to this day and if you wanna see nathan chan brady ten el marai nick asu adam rippon and lots of your other favorites from this winter olympics and olympics past that's where you can catch them come april and may everything that i've ever been able to accomplish and skating in in life has come out of adversity and perseverance the judge the told me i was too short to compete at international level well i'll prove her wrong and i did um another judge who just didn't really like me that much in was very powerful always thrown up roadblocks trying to get me to to fail now you can if you do this jump in competition um we're gonna have to mark you down so i change the jump in atlanta tougher jump in spain despite her and when the competition so all the things that were meant to kinda pull me down made me better just out of just drive in in intensity and perseverence it's it's always been just getting past the adversity getting you know finding a challenge meeting it finessing phan eighthinning however you get around it get around it but always keep looking ahead don't let somebody grab a hold of the back your shirt and hold you back you know just keep going keep going and without that kind of adversity evian much much less of a performer i'd love for people to throw up some roadblocks it gives me direction and it gives me something to to.

Lorde hamilton testicular cancer adam rippon olympics atlanta spain nathan chan evian
"testicular cancer" Discussed on What It Takes

What It Takes

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"testicular cancer" Discussed on What It Takes

"Lorde hamilton retired from stores an ice in two thousand one a few years after he was treated for testicular cancer but the show goes on to this day and if you wanna see nathan chan brady ten el marai nick asu adam rippon and lots of your other favorites from this winter olympics and olympics past that's where you can catch them come april and may everything that i've ever been able to accomplish and skating in in life has come out of adversity and perseverance the judge the told me i was too short to compete at international level well i'll prove her wrong and i did um another judge who just didn't really like me that much in was very powerful always thrown up roadblocks trying to get me to to fail now you can if you do this jump in competition um we're gonna have to mark you down so i change the jump in atlanta tougher jump in spain despite her and when the competition so all the things that were meant to kinda pull me down made me better just out of just drive in in intensity and perseverence it's it's always been just getting past the adversity getting you know finding a challenge meeting it finessing phan eighthinning however you get around it get around it but always keep looking ahead don't let somebody grab a hold of the back your shirt and hold you back you know just keep going keep going and without that kind of adversity evian much much less of a performer i'd love for people to throw up some roadblocks it gives me direction and it gives me something to to.

Lorde hamilton testicular cancer adam rippon olympics atlanta spain nathan chan evian
"testicular cancer" Discussed on What It Takes

What It Takes

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"testicular cancer" Discussed on What It Takes

"Lorde hamilton retired from stores an ice in two thousand one a few years after he was treated for testicular cancer but the show goes on to this day and if you wanna see nathan chan brady ten el marai nick asu adam rippon and lots of your other favorites from this winter olympics and olympics past that's where you can catch them come april and may everything that i've ever been able to accomplish and skating in in life has come out of adversity and perseverance the judge the told me i was too short to compete at international level well i'll prove her wrong and i did um another judge who just didn't really like me that much in was very powerful always thrown up roadblocks trying to get me to to fail now you can if you do this jump in competition um we're gonna have to mark you down so i change the jump in atlanta tougher jump in spain despite her and when the competition so all the things that were meant to kinda pull me down made me better just out of just drive in in intensity and perseverence it's it's always been just getting past the adversity getting you know finding a challenge meeting it finessing phan eighthinning however you get around it get around it but always keep looking ahead don't let somebody grab a hold of the back your shirt and hold you back you know just keep going keep going and without that kind of adversity evian much much less of a performer i'd love for people to throw up some roadblocks it gives me direction and it gives me something to to.

Lorde hamilton testicular cancer adam rippon olympics atlanta spain nathan chan evian
"testicular cancer" Discussed on What It Takes

What It Takes

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"testicular cancer" Discussed on What It Takes

"Lorde hamilton retired from stores an ice in two thousand one a few years after he was treated for testicular cancer but the show goes on to this day and if you wanna see nathan chan brady ten el marai nick asu adam rippon and lots of your other favorites from this winter olympics and olympics past that's where you can catch them come april and may everything that i've ever been able to accomplish and skating in in life has come out of adversity and perseverance the judge the told me i was too short to compete at international level well i'll prove her wrong and i did um another judge who just didn't really like me that much in was very powerful always thrown up roadblocks trying to get me to to fail now you can if you do this jump in competition um we're gonna have to mark you down so i change the jump in atlanta tougher jump in spain despite her and when the competition so all the things that were meant to kinda pull me down made me better just out of just drive in in intensity and perseverence it's it's always been just getting past the adversity getting you know finding a challenge meeting it finessing phan eighthinning however you get around it get around it but always keep looking ahead don't let somebody grab a hold of the back your shirt and hold you back you know just keep going keep going and without that kind of adversity evian much much less of a performer i'd love for people to throw up some roadblocks it gives me direction and it gives me something to to.

Lorde hamilton testicular cancer adam rippon olympics atlanta spain nathan chan evian
"testicular cancer" Discussed on KOIL

KOIL

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"testicular cancer" Discussed on KOIL

"Last offseason with testicular cancer nice comeback seven scoreless innings six it's no walks and two strikeouts he won fourteen games for the rocks last year the be just what they need for that playoff bush that avec shut out the astros do the things that granting struck out nine six and twothirds innings for his fourteen th win only clayton kershaw has more victories in the majors this year he can bud with three relievers on a seven hitter could tell martavis andretti martinez at rbi devils houston lost its second catcher in a week brian mckinnon landed on the disabled list with a sore right knee he joins evan get us on the sidelines gathers that with a concussion after being hit in the head backs ruling last thursday the astros did at a veteran armed of their bullpen acquiring tyler clipboard from the white sox for future considerations with right seventh team since the end of the 2014 season nicely we want it to the reds due to one josh donaldson hit a tworun tator in the first inning for the second straight game nick deppish went six innings to pick up his first win since then temper 16th 2014 when he was a ranger cubs clobbered the reds fifteen to five percent brian anthony result went back to back to cap a fiverun fourth any original added a two run single in a sixrun seven auriol's harpoon the mariners 1103 to beckham hit the first pitch of the game out there right beal since coming over from tampa bay at the trade deadline he sitting a cool five 100 with four homers and ted rbi manny machado hit a grand slam in the second innings that method treatments anyway deep as well kevin guzman seven strong innings for the win royals ground the a's 62 cam gallagher got his first major league home run a grand slam and the six rangers team the tigers 62 julie gallo launched one rivaldo door had three hits and scored three times including the gullet run on a safety squeeze bunt from the line of the shields and the padres bunch.

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