Chronic inflammation and the chemical silencing of tumor-suppressing genes each play roles in development and progression of colorectal cancer. Research published in Nature Medicine led by MD Anderson Provost Raymond DuBois, M.D., Ph.D., connects the two factors by showing the inflammatory small molecule PGE2 silences genes via DNA methylation. http://www.nature.com/nm/journal/vaop/ncurrent/abs/nm.2608.html
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http://advancedprostatecancerinstitute.com Dr. Don Dubois is a highly skilled radiation physicist and an expert in the field of radiation therapy for prostate cancer. With Dr. Chancellor, he creates a customized radiation therapy plan for each patient and performs quality assurance procedures for our equipment. He is very passionate about helping our patients achieve the very best outcome possible. For more information on our Radiation Therapy and other Prostate Cancer Treatments, please contact our Medical Staff. Advanced Prostate Cancer Institute Address: 12109 CR 103, Suite 301 Oxford, FL 34484 Phone: (352) 507-0001 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: http://advancedprostatecancerinstitute.com/ https://www.facebook.com/AProstateCancerInstitute https://plus.google.com/u/0/114562588202262855156/about https://twitter.com/AProstateCancer http://pinterest.com/AProstateCancer/ Prostate Cancer, Radiation Therapy, Radiologist, Oncologist, Urologist http://youtu.be/G8koLUqzKVE
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Interview with Scott M. Lippman, M.D., chair of the department of thoracic/head and neck medical oncology at the University of Texas M D Anderson Cancer Center and editor-in-chief of one of the AACR's journals, Cancer Prevention Research. Dr. Lippman covers a wide range of topics in this podcast including "personalized prevention" and the increased need for collaboration among basic, clinical, translational and prevention researchers.
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Continued in (part 2)： http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zM0_JCwWfkE Home: http://www.teamoncology.com/ ODT: http://www.oncology-dreamteam.org/ ◆Video Description≫ Dr. Naoto Ueno on his career (part 1): MDA FACULTY INTERVIEW VIDEO [ 2 ] Janis Apted (Executive Director, Faculty Development) speaks with three faculty members of M. D. Anderson Cancer Center about their careers. In this video, Dr. Naoto Ueno, Medical Oncologist, speaks about his vision in starting the Multidisciplinary Cancer Care program, what he hopes to accomplish, and helping others to understand this vision. (February 24, 2008 video) Janis Apted さんは、M.D. アンダーソンがんセンターの職員３人に職業（キャリア）についてのインタビューを行いました。このインタビュービデオでは、腫瘍内科医の上野直人氏が、チームオンコロジープログラムの最初のVISIONや目的、そしてそのVISIONを周りの人に理解させることなどについて話してくれました。どうぞご覧ください。 （2008年2月24日収録） (C)2008- M. D. Anderson Cancer Center Japan TeamOncology Program (J-TOP)
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I'm so happy that even though theres practically no support for young adults with cancer that Stupid Cancer is a shining light in leading for community and advocacy for us young adults that have been affected by cancer!! It was a pretty shitty club to join. The membership is life long. But the people... they're pretty great. everything is gunna be oooookay!!! please subscribe and feel free to share any videos! donate here: www.gofundme.com/radiantracheli follow the things: instagram: www.instagram.com/radiantracheli facebook: https://www.facebook.com/radiantracheli/ twitter: www.twitter.com/radiantracheli snapchat: radiant racheli tumblr: www.radiantracheli.tumblr.com watch my diagnosis here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GCmLO... and the rest of my journey here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list...
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Woman, 67, who battled blood cancer for five years 'recovers after treating it with TURMERIC' in the first recorded case of its kind A woman who battled blood cancer for years without success finally halted the disease with turmeric, it has been reported. Dieneke Ferguson is now leading a normal life after giving up on gruelling treatments that failed to stop it. Doctors say her case is the first recorded instance in which a patient has recovered by using the spice after stopping conventional medical treatments. With her myeloma spreading rapidly after three rounds of chemotherapy and four stem cell transplants, the 67-year-old began taking 8g of curcumin a day – one of the main compounds in turmeric.. Please support growing channel by the press Subcribe WORLD NEWS here: https://goo.gl/Wd2rhf Videos can use content-based copyright law contains reasonable use Fair Use (https://www.youtube.com/yt/copyright/) Very excited to partner with other electronic newspaper pages. Thanks you for watching
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“How Do I Heal?” Ask Daniel The Big Questions! Recording from Daniel Rechnitzer's - Healing You Event! Talk directly with Daniel on this webinar to ask your biggest questions about how you can heal a symptom or illness. Also find out “what symptom, disease or illness am I manifesting in my future and how do I prevent it in the now?” Be quick, as each session is limited to 12 people to ensure everyone gets their questions answered. https://discoverui.com Daniel is the author of 'The ALL KNOWING Diary', 'MIND LIES And The Truths That Will Set You Free' and joint founder of DiscoverUi.com with his wife Sonja. He answers the unanswerable through the SuperConscious, a 'beyond the mind' ability he says we all have.
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In this edition of EmpowHER's "HER Health Minute", Michelle King Robson discusses a smart phone app that can help track and manage a woman's battle with breast cancer.
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Problem Title: Does Diet Affect Breast Cancer Risk? Scientific Title: The Effects of a Dietary Intervention on Inflammation and Methylation Markers in the Breast Executive Summary: Breast cancer is the second leading cause of cancer death in women, and 1 in 8 women in the United States develop breast cancer in her lifetime. Mechanistic research provides convincing support for the hypothesis that a diet rich in fruits and vegetables reduces the risk of developing breast cancer. In contrast, results from observational and case-control studies are inconsistent. There may be several reasons for these weak and inconsistent results: measurement error, analysis of blood biomarkers as a surrogate for breast, and the developmental time period assessed. Specifically, most epidemiologic studies examine the effects of diet in later adulthood on subsequent breast cancer risk. However, earlier time points in breast development represent critical windows during which environmental exposures may influence breast cancer risk. In an attempt to circumvent these limitations, we conducted a randomized dietary intervention study, characterized by increased fruit and vegetable intake, in breastfeeding women. Breast milk samples were collected at baseline (pre-intervention) and at 12 weeks (post-intervention). Breast milk provides an ideal opportunity to assess the link between diet and breast health, as it contains secreted proteins and exfoliated breast epithelial cells—both of which may be used to analyze biomarkers of breast cancer risk. In this pilot study, five women in the intervention group were provided with weekly boxes of fresh fruits and vegetables, tailored nutritional counseling, and asked to maintain weekly food journals. Analysis of weekly journals and breast milk samples collected at baseline and 12 weeks from women in the intervention and control groups demonstrate that is it feasible to significantly increase fruit and vegetable intake in breastfeeding women, and also possible to alter the inflammatory profile of the breast through diet.
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Diagnosis and treatment of cancer is a major life stress. Cancer care today provides state of the art biomedical treatment but fails to address the psychological problems associated with the illness. Patients need support coping with a wide range of distressing emotions such as anxiety, depression and confusion.
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Learn more: http://takingontomorrow.org Gene therapy, gene sequencing and immune-oncology all promise to transform pediatric care. This panel will delve into technology platforms, the evolution of treatment, and pain points associated with cancer genomics. Panelists: Katherine Janeway, MD, Senior Attending Physician in Pediatric Hematology-Oncology at Dana-Farber/Boston Children’s Cancer and Blood Disorders Center and an Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at Harvard Medical School Melinda Merchant, MD, PhD, Senior Medical Director in Oncology, Early Clinical Development at AstraZeneca R&D Nancy Goodman, Founder and Executive Director at Kids V. Cancer Crystal Mackall, MD, Chief of the Pediatric Oncology Branch at the National Cancer Institute Hubert Caron, MD, PhD, Senior Medical Director of Pediatric.Oncology at Roche and Research Professor at AMC, Amsterdam Moderated by John Lauerman, reporter at Bloomberg News, Boston
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The Carnivore Diet w/ Dr. Pat Owen | ANCHORMAN CANADA PODCAST #1 --- Anchorman Canada Podcast is a long-form interview show produced by Narcity Media. Alex Melki, our host, is on a mission to ask in depth questions and dive into fun conversations with interesting guests on various topics that affect Canadians & the rest of the world! --- Guest Bio : Patrick Owen, Ph.D. "Patrick started his academic career in botany with a specialized interest in ethnobotany: the use of plants as food and medicine. His first academic manuscript was published in the Journal of Ethnopharmacology during his Bachelors degree. He was awarded a National Science and Engineering Research Council of Canada Postgraduate Scholarship and a Fonds de Recherche du Québec -Nature et Technologies Scholarship to study the bioactive properties of medicinal plants in Tibet, Himalayan India, and Papua New Guinea." - Patrick Owen, Ph.D. -https://www.instagram.com/drpatowen/ -https://twitter.com/drpatrickowen -https://drpatrickowen.com/ --- Anchorman Canada: Instagram https://www.instagram.com/anchormancanada/ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/AnchormanCanadaLive/ --- Narcity Canada: Instagram https://www.instagram.com/narcitycanada/ Twitter https://twitter.com/NarcityCanada Facebook https://www.facebook.com/NarcityCanada/ Website https://www.narcity.com
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Andrea got her breast cancer diagnosis many years into a struggle with fibromyalgia, so she had learned the value of having a high-quality pain team behind her. Now she made the switch to breast cancer and went looking for the best minds and the steadiest, most experienced hands in the areas of oncology, radiation, and surgery.
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The Civil War and Reconstruction Era, 1845-1877 (HIST 119) Professor Blight finishes his lecture series with a discussion of the legacies of the Civil War. Since the nineteenth century, Blight suggests, there have been three predominant strains of Civil War memory, which Blight defines as reconciliationist, white supremacist, and emancipationist. The war has retained a political currency throughout the years, and the ability to control the memory of the Civil War has been, and continues to be, hotly contested. 00:00 - Chapter 1. Introduction: Legacies of the Civil War 08:29 - Chapter 2. Catton's "Lost Cause" Interpretation: The Dependence of Memory on Historical Period 19:21 - Chapter 3. Reconciliationist, White Supremacist and Emancipationist Memories 29:11 - Chapter 4. The Shifting Grasp and Struggle to Control Civil War Memories 44:57 - Chapter 5. Echoes of the Civil War, Hope for Racial Equality: A Conclusion? Complete course materials are available at the Open Yale Courses website: http://open.yale.edu/courses This course was recorded in Spring 2008.
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Senior author, Robert C. Bast, Jr., M.D., vice president for translational research, and Razelle Kurzrock, M.D., professor and chair of the Department of Investigational Therapeutics and lead author, discuss their reported findings made in collaboration with AstraZeneca in the August 3rd edition of Journal of Clinical Oncology. Request an appointment at MD Anderson by calling 1-877-632-6789 or online at: https://my.mdanderson.org/RequestAppointment?cmpid=youtube_appointment_clinicaltrial
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‣In this meeting we take a retrospective look at the early history of (medical) physics. We focus on the interplay between early researchers, physicians and the coincidences that occurred in the early, "pre-quantum" days of physics. We then briefly consider the emergence of medical physics: a field in which the principles of the new physics are applied to medical applications. • Preparatory background reading: ◦ Laughlin, John S. "History of medical physics." Physics Today 36.7 (2008): 26-33. • Preparatory background knowledge required: none. • Material difficulty level: low. • Speaker: Hal Clark. • Lecture series number: 02. • Date: 20141107-120000. • Location: UBC, Hennings Building, Room 309. • About the series: ‣The Medical Physics Journal Club is put on by graduate students at the University of British Columbia and the British Columbia Cancer Agency. We aim to cover materials which are not typically covered during graduate school, but which are important for Medical Physicists to know (e.g., clinical guidelines, technical specifications, classic papers on select topics). Emphasis is on encouraging dialogue between members/attendees/viewers. Comments and questions are welcomed! • Additional materials, references:  Lederman, Manuel. "The early history of radiotherapy: 1895–1939." International Journal of Radiation Oncology* Biology* Physics 7.5 (1981): 639-648  Bowles, Robert L. "PATHOLOGICAL AND THERAPEUTIC VALUE OF THE ROENTGEN RAYS." The Lancet 147.3784 (1896): 655-656.  Verellen, Dirk, Mark De Ridder, and Guy Storme. "A (short) history of image-guided radiotherapy." Radiotherapy and Oncology 86.1 (2008): 4-13.  Leszczynski, Konrad, and Susan Boyko. "On the controversies surrounding the origins of radiation therapy." Radiotherapy and oncology 42.3 (1997): 213-217.  Podgorsak, Ervin. “Medical Physics in Canada.” Medical Physics International Journal 1.2 (2013): 129-134.  Henk, J. Michael. "A brief history of British radiotherapy." International Journal of Radiation Oncology* Biology* Physics 36.1 (1996): 213-218.  Chu, Florence CH. "A Personal Reflection on the History of Radiation Oncology at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center." International Journal of Radiation Oncology* Biology* Physics 80.3 (2011): 845-850.  Kraft, Alison. "Between medicine and industry: Medical physics and the rise of the radioisotope 1945–65." Contemporary British History 20.1 (2006): 1-35.  Laughlin, John S. "History of medical physics." Physics Today 36.7 (2008): 26-33.  Keevil, Stephen F. "Physics and medicine: a historical perspective." The Lancet 379.9825 (2012): 1517-1524.  Mossy, Mathew. "The SK Cancer Program: A Historical Examination of Government in Providing Health Care." MA Thesis (History, University of Saskatchewan) (2011).  Tubiana, Maurice, Jean Dutreix, and Bernard Pierquin. "One century of radiotherapy in France 1896–1996." International Journal of Radiation Oncology* Biology* Physics 35.2 (1996): 227-242.  Del Regato, Juan A. "The unfolding of American radiotherapy." International Journal of Radiation Oncology* Biology* Physics 35.1 (1996): 5-14. • Pointers to relevant materials: ◦ http://www.iomp.org/ • Links to images, other media used: ◦ All images from Wikipedia. URLs are inline. Last access time is 20141106-120000. ◦ Video of Vancouver in 1907 is from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vzjRs3ARo0g "Vancouver 1907" posted by user "RhettRowe". (Original footage was shot by William Harbeck. Audio track is "Calendar" by Your Hand in Mine.)
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Subscribe to Dr. Greger’s free nutrition newsletter at https://www.nutritionfacts.org/subscribe and get a free recipe from his new HOW NOT TO DIE COOKBOOK. (All proceeds Dr. Greger receives from the sales of his books, DVDs, and speaking engagements go to support the 501c3 nonprofit that runs NutritionFacts.org.) DESCRIPTION: Expanding on the subject of my upcoming appearance on The Dr. Oz Show, a landmark new article in the New England Journal of Medicine shows that choline in eggs, poultry, dairy and fish produces the same toxic TMAO as carnitine in red meat, which may help explain plant-based protection from heart disease and prostate cancer. It was such an honor to be on The Dr. Oz Show last week. It's expected to air during sweeps week next month. I'll announce the date on the NutritionFacts.org Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/NutritionFacts.org). The TMAO story is such a fascinating twist. It helps explain, for example, Harvard's Meat and Mortality Studies (http://nutritionfacts.org/video/harvards-meat-and-mortality-studies/). The role of the inflammatory "foam" cells (so-called because they're so packed with cholesterol they look foamy under a microscope) affected by TMAO is explained in my video series that starts with Arterial Acne (http://nutritionfacts.org/video/arterial-acne/) and Blocking the First Step of Heart Disease (http://nutritionfacts.org/video/blocking-the-first-step-of-heart-disease/). When I say we normally make all the carnitine we need, there's a rare genetic inborn error of metabolism that affects as many as 1 in 40,000 births, which can result in a need for dietary carnitine. Learn more in my video When Meat Can Be a Lifesaver (http://nutritionfacts.org/video/when-meat-can-be-a-lifesaver/). What does carnitine do? It's involved in energy production in the mitochondria ("power plants") in our cells. The enzyme that uses carnitine to help us burn fat, carnitine palmitoyl transferase, is actually upregulated by about 60% in those eating meat-free diets, which may help explain why those eating plant-based diets tend to be slimmer. More details in my video How to Upregulate Metabolism (http://nutritionfacts.org/video/how-to-upregulate-metabolism/). The prebiotic videos I feature are Fawning Over Flora (http://nutritionfacts.org/video/fawning-over-flora/) and Boosting Good Bacteria in the Colon Without Probiotics (http://nutritionfacts.org/video/boosting-good-bacteria-in-the-colon-without-probiotics/), though other videos describing the beneficial products our friendly flora make from the plants we eat include: · Flaxseeds & Breast Cancer Prevention (http://nutritionfacts.org/video/flaxseeds-breast-cancer-prevention/) · Flax and Fecal Flora (http://nutritionfacts.org/video/flax-and-fecal-flora/) · Sometimes the Enzyme Myth Is True (http://nutritionfacts.org/video/sometimes-the-enzyme-myth-is-true/) And for another behind-the-curtain peek at the egg industry, see Eggs vs. Cigarettes in Atherosclerosis (http://nutritionfacts.org/video/eggs-vs-cigarettes-in-atherosclerosis/) and Egg Industry Blind Spot (http://nutritionfacts.org/video/egg-industry-blind-spot/). Have a question for Dr. Greger about this video? Leave it in the comment section at http://nutritionfacts.org/video/carnitine-choline-cancer-and-cholesterol-the-tmao-connection/ and he'll try to answer it! http://www.NutritionFacts.org • Subscribe: http://www.NutritionFacts.org/subscribe • Donate: http://www.NutritionFacts.org/donate • HOW NOT TO DIE: http://nutritionfacts.org/book • Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/NutritionFacts.org • Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/nutrition_facts • Instagram: http://instagram.com/nutrition_facts_org/ • Google+: https://plus.google.com/+NutritionfactsOrgMD • Podcast: http://nutritionfacts.org/audio/
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Join us in Los Angeles for CHEST 2016 The American College of Chest Physicians (CHEST) is the global leader in advancing best patient outcomes through innovative chest medicine education, clinical research, and team-based care. CHEST connects health-care professionals to the latest clinical research and evidence-based guidelines through its journal CHEST and serves as a resource for clinicians for meetings, books, mobile apps, and live learning courses in pulmonary, critical care, and sleep medicine.
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In the final days of the America Civil War, previously isolated slave populations found the opportunity to run toward Union ships or infantry encampments. Likewise, as federal forces moved onto these plantations and publicly read the Emancipation Proclamation, newly freed slaves migrated in great numbers to the nearest city where the Freedman’s Bureau worked to reunite scattered families and provide various forms of social or economic support. Southern planters watched their slaves leave with dismay, having lived under the delusion that their “human property” saw them as patriarchs who provided daily protection from birth to death. Their “defections” stripped away any pretense of the master-slave relationship. Join Ranger Troy Harman and explore the shattered notions of the “loyal slave” and “Mammy” following the end of the war and the transformation of southern society.
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With over 60 faith-based organizations reaffirming their support of Planned Parenthood to congress, it had its genesis in the book written in 1922 by Margaret Sanger titled The Pivot of Civilization. How does birth control, in her view, make for a more “fit” world? Find out how Sanger envisioned a “master race” of geniuses. In 10 Books That Screwed Up the World: And 5 Others That Didn’t Help, Benjamin Wiker brilliantly distills some of history’s most dangerous ideas. Partner with CRI and we will send you 10 Books That Screwed Up the World. https://www.equip.org/product/cri-resource-cri1711wa/ ------------------------------ Connect with Hank Hanegraaff and the Christian Research Institute (CRI): Subscribe to our channel: http://bit.ly/2sYxTs0 For past episodes, hundreds of free articles, and carefully curated resources, visit CRI’s website: www.equip.org Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BibleAnswerM... Hank on Twitter: https://twitter.com/HankHanegraaff Bible Answer Man on Twitter: https://twitter.com/CRIBAM Bible Answer Man on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bibleanswer... Bible Answer Man on SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/user-435100780/ Bible Answer Man on iHeartRadio: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/bible-... Subscribe to “Hank Unplugged” on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/h... “Hank Unplugged” on Spreaker: https://soundcloud.com/user-435100780/ Stand shoulder-to-shoulder with CRI as a partner: https://www.equip.org/donate/ Subscribe to the Christian Research Journal (6 issues for $39.50): https://www.equip.org/product/crj-sub... Listen to the Bible Answer Man broadcast live, Mon.-Fri., 6:00-7:00 PM ET. To ask Hank a question, call toll-free 1-888-ASK-HANK (275-4265). Listen at http://www.equip.org/
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Interested in teaching about services and citizenship in your classroom? Find out more on Left of Black Enrichment: https://sites.duke.edu/leftofblackenrichment/ Left of Black host Mark Anthony Neal sits down with Chad L. Williams to discuss Williams' book, "Torchbearers of Democracy: African American Soldiers in the World War I Era". Dr. Williams is an Associate Professor and Chair of the Department of African and Afro-American Studies at Brandeis University. Dr. Neal teaches Black Popular Culture in the Department of African and African-American Studies at Duke University.
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At the 20th Congress of the European Hematology Association (EHA), Paul Richardson, MD, of Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, Boston, MA, highlights new approaches under evaluation for the management of patients with multiple myeloma that may be introduced in the clinic in the upcoming years. These agents include the monoclonal antibodies, daratumumab and elotuzumab.
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Abstract: Characteristic endoscopic features of the small bowel are circular Kerckring's folds, orange mucosa covered with villi, and active peristalsis. Between the duodenum and terminal ileum, up to 5 m of jejunum and ileum are interposed. Impressions from outside, small venectasias, lymphatic cysts, and lymphoid hyperplasia of the terminal ileum are considered variants of normal. This article is part of an expert video encyclopedia. READ THE FULL ARTICLE ON OUR OPEN ACCESS VIDEO JOURNAL & ENCYCLOPEDIA HERE: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2212097113701134 Keywords Capsule endoscopy; Ileum; Jejunum; Normal small bowel; Standard endoscopy; Variants of normal; Video; Variants of normal
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Manuela Schmidinger, MD, medical oncologist, Medical University of Vienna, discusses the management of side effects from targeted therapies in renal cell carcinoma (RCC). More on kidney cancer: http://www.onclive.com/specialty/genitourinary-cancer
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From Texas - According to research presented at the San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium, falling breast cancer rates may be linked to decreased use of hormone therapy. In a study of 16,500 women, researchers found that those who took daily doses of estrogen plus progestin had a 26% higher risk of breast cancer.t was found that the risk went up when hormone therapy was started, rose gradually, then peaked and dropped when therapy was stopped. From California - According to research presented to the American Society for Cell Biology, the immune system works better at night. Researchers infected fruit flies with two different bacteria at different times of day and discovered that those infected at night were more likely to survive than those infected during the day. This is consistent with the hypothesis that the immune system increases restorative functions while the body is not engaged in strenuous metabolic activities. And finally, from Japan - According to research in the journal Heart, women living in a multi-generational household have an increased risk of heart disease. In a study of over 90,000 people, researchers found that women living with a spouse, children and parents had twice the risk for coronary heart disease compared to women who lived only with a spouse. This pattern was not seen in men living in multi-generational households. For Insidermedicine in 60, I'm Dr. Susan Sharma.
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Implications for Prevention and Treatment. Alzheimer's disease is a huge and increasing challenge in ageing societies and in this film Guest editor Professor Miia Kivipelto talks about how the scientists participating in the Key symposium contribute to early diagnostics, treatments and prevention of the disease. To learn more or read our journals please visit: www.jim.se The published articles from the symposium are; Introduction: Updating Alzheimer's disease diagnosis -implications for prevention and treatment Miia Kivipelto, Francesca Mangialasche, Alina Solomon, Gunilla Johansson, Lars Lannfelt, Laura Fratiglioni, Bengt Winblad Harmonized Diagnostic Criteria for Alzheimer Disease: Recommendations Authors: Morris JC, Blennow K, Froelich L, Nordberg A, Soininen H, Waldemar G, Wahlund L-O, Dubois B Mild cognitive impairment: a concept in evolution Ronald C. Petersen, Barbara Caracciolo, Carol Brayne, Serge Gauthier, Vesna Jelic & Laura Fratiglioni Advances in the prevention of Alzheimer's disease and dementia Alina Solomon, Francesca Mangialasche, Edo Richard,Sandrine Andrieu, David A. Bennett, Monique Breteler, Laura Fratiglioni, Babak Hooshmand, Ara S. Khachaturian, Lon S. Schneider, Ingmar Skoog & Miia Kivipelto Clinical trials and late-stage drug development for Alzheimer's disease: an appraisal from 1984 to 2014 Lon S. Schneider, Francesca Mangialasche, Niels Andreasen, Howard Feldman, Ezio Giacobin, Roy Jones, Valentina Mantua, Patrizia Mecocci, Luca Pani, Bengt Winblad & Miia Kivipelto Amyloid ß directed immunotherapy for Alzheimer's disease Lars Lannfelt, Norman R. Relkin& Eric R. Siemers USA Pathways to Alzheimer's disease John Hardy, Nenad Bogdanovic, Bengt Winblad, Erik Portelius, Niels Andreasen, Angel Cedazo- Minguez & Henrik Zetterberg Health economic evaluation of treatments for AD: impact of new diagnostic criteria Anders Wimo, Clive Ballard, Carol Brayne, Serge Gauthier, Ron Handels, Roy W. Jones, Linus Jonsson, Ara Kachaturian & Milica Kramberge
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Anna Pauline Murray (1910–1985), better known as Pauli, was a pioneering civil and human rights activist, feminist and legal theorist, preacher, and poet. The Schlesinger Library holds the Papers of Pauli Murray, a vast resource comprised of audiotapes, correspondence, legal briefs, photographs, sermons, speeches, and more. This panel discussion focuses on Pauli Murray’s groundbreaking work, her tumultuous times, and today’s Murray moment, which includes Yale naming a new residential college in her honor and the publication of landmark books by panelists Patricia Bell-Scott and Rosalind Rosenberg, both of whom used the library’s materials. MODERATOR: Evelyn Brooks Higginbotham, Victor S. Thomas Professor of History and of African and African American Studies, Harvard University PANELISTS: Patricia Bell-Scott (8:30), professor emerita of women’s studies and human development, University of Georgia Brittney Cooper (18:20), assistant professor of women’s and gender studies, Rutgers University Rosalind Rosenberg (28:46), professor emerita of history, Barnard College Kenneth W. Mack (39:11)—Lawrence D. Biele Professor of Law, Harvard Law School, and 2016–2017 Frances B. Cashin Fellow, Radcliffe Institute—offers a brief response to the presentations.
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http://www.lifebridgehealth.org/Main/LifeBridgeHealthPhysicianDirectory/Cmar-John-MD-829.aspx John Cmar, M.D. a doctor at Sinai Hospital of Baltimore. He is board certified in internal medicine and has a subspecialty in infectious diseases. His areas of interest include working with patients who have HIV and AIDS and preventing the spread of these conditions. He is also passionate about stopping the reach and severity of the flu. In addition, Dr. Cmar is involved in public education. Learn more about infectious disease care at Sinai Hospital of Baltimore: http://www.lifebridgehealth.org/Sinai/SinaiDivisionofInfectiousDiseases.aspx
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http://www.nano2hybrids.net : An extended 10 minute introduction to the nano2hybrids nanotechnology project, its aims, the scientists involved, and the unique web project we're running.
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Fake It Till You Make It: The Power of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to Change Problematic Personalities, Help with Mental Illness, and Make us Happier Lea DeFrancisci is a double board certified adult and child psychiatrist and Assistant Clinical Professor at New York University School of Medicine. Throughout her career, she has been an advocate for better care for children at both the professional and political level. I graduated with a B.A. in Psychology from Dartmouth College. I received my Medical Degree from New York Medical College where I was awarded the Stephen P. Jewett Memorial Award and Scholarship for Excellence in PsychiatryShe is a member of both the American Psychiatric Association (APA) National Ethics Committee. This committee reviews the conduct of their members as well as creates and evaluates APA policies on ethical issues. She published “The Impact of Trauma on Children” in the Journal of Psychiatric Practice, March 2003 as well as “Mentorship in Psychiatric Residency Programs” in the Journal of Academic Psychiatry July 2009. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
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Each of our bodies is utterly unique, which is a lovely thought until it comes to treating an illness -- when every body reacts differently, often unpredictably, to standard treatment. Tissue engineer Nina Tandon talks about a possible solution: Using pluripotent stem cells to make personalized models of organs on which to test new drugs and treatments, and storing them on computer chips. (Call it extremely personalized medicine.) Talk by Nina Tandon.
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I had 25% of my liver removed and a total of 4 biopsies to take samples from my liver, stomach, pancreas and lymph nodes. Follow my journey here https://m.facebook.com/JEnsorpancreaticcancer
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Professor Ian Frazer works to raise awareness and funds for medical research through his role with The University of Queensland (UQ) and as Chair of the Translational Research Institute (TRI) Foundation Board. He is also the current Chair of the Scientific Advisory Council of the International Agency for Research on Cancer, a member of the Commonwealth Science Council and President of the Australian Academy of Health and Medical Science.
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Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drnicosoto/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/dr.nicosoto Web: https://www.drnicosoto.com CC for english subtitles MUSIC Cash Out (Instrumental) - Calvin Harris https://goo.gl/8NKCjz Slumber Party (Instrumental) - Britney Spears https://goo.gl/V11a5k Focus (Instrumental) - Ashanti https://goo.gl/wmZePs REFERENCIAS CIENTÍFICAS SPENCE, J. 2016. Dietary cholesterol and egg yolk should be avoided by patients at risk of vascular disease. [en línea]. Journal of Translational Medicine https://goo.gl/4GxXgK DJOUSSÉ, L. et al. 2009. Egg Consumption and Risk of Type 2 Diabetes in Men and Women. [en línea]. Diabetes Care (ADA) https://goo.gl/ukUxnd SPENCE, J. et al. 2010. Dietary cholesterol and egg yolks: Not for patients at risk of vascular disease. [en línea]. Canadian Journal of Cardiology https://goo.gl/PHibVJ SIMOPOULOS, A. 2016. An Increase in the Omega-6/Omega-3 Fatty Acid Ratio Increases the Risk for Obesity. [en línea]. Nutrients https://goo.gl/u3Wm64 DJOUSSÉ, L. 2016. Egg consumption and risk of type 2 diabetes: a meta-analysis of prospective studies.. [en línea]. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition https://goo.gl/iGKL8x KHAWAJA, O. et al. 2017. Egg Consumption and Incidence of Heart Failure: A Meta-Analysis of Prospective Cohort Studies. [en línea]. Frontiers in Nutrition https://goo.gl/jC9qXB SPENCE, J. et al. 2012. Egg yolk consumption and carotid plaque. [en línea]. Atheroesclerosis https://goo.gl/az7bL8 LI, Y. et al. 2013. Egg consumption and risk of cardiovascular diseases and diabetes: a meta-analysis. [en línea]. Atheroesclerosis https://goo.gl/TbEzoi SHI, Y. et al. 2011. Egg consumption and the risk of diabetes in adults, Jiangsu, China. [en línea]. Nutrition https://goo.gl/2KXqpu SIMOPOULOS, A. 2010. The omega-6/omega-3 fatty acid ratio: health implications. [en línea]. OCL, Oilseeds and fats, Crops and Lipids Journal https://goo.gl/tErptm 0`KEEFE, J et al. 2004. Optimal low-density lipoprotein is 50 to 70 mg/dl: Lower is better and physiologically normal. [en línea]. Journal of the American College of Cardiology https://goo.gl/vH9Bc4 NJIKE, V et al. 2010. Daily egg consumption in hyperlipidemic adults - Effects on endothelial function and cardiovascular risk. [en línea]. Nutrition Journal https://goo.gl/ogjfmK BAER, H et al. 2011. Risk Factors for Mortality in the Nurses’ Health Study: A Competing Risks Analysis. [en línea]. The American Journal of Epidemiology https://goo.gl/pMKmpR WEGGEMANS, R et al. 2001. Dietary cholesterol from eggs increases the ratio of total cholesterol to high-density lipoprotein cholesterol in humans: a meta-analysis. [en línea]. The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition https://goo.gl/yZEira SCHWAB, U. et al. 2000. Dietary cholesterol increases the susceptibility of low density lipoprotein to oxidative modification. [en línea]. Atheroesclerosis https://goo.gl/FSqV2N BAUMGARTNER, S et al. 2013. The influence of consuming an egg or an egg-yolk buttermilk drink for 12 wk on serum lipids, inflammation, and liver function markers in human voluntees. [en línea]. Nutrition https://goo.gl/ZAVmMg LEVY, Y. et al. 1996. Consumption of eggs with meals increases the susceptibility of human plasma and low-density lipoprotein to lipid peroxidation. [en línea]. Annals of Nutrition and Metabolism https://goo.gl/1Y6TzU SACKS, M. et al. 1984. Ingestion of egg raises plasma low density lipoproteins in free-living subjects. [en línea]. The Lancet https://goo.gl/ELeXcJ DUBOIS, U. et al. 1994. Effects of increasing amounts of dietary cholesterol on postprandial lipemia and lipoproteins in human subjects. [en línea]. The Journal of Lipid Research https://goo.gl/pABL2s GINSBERG, H. et al. 1994. A Dose-Response Study of the Effects of Dietary Cholesterol on Fasting and Postprandial Lipid and Lipoprotein Metabolism in Healthy Young Men. [en línea]. Arteriosclerosis, Thrombosis, and Vascular Biology. https://goo.gl/B63Hqt VOGEL, R. et al. 1997. Effect of a single high-fat meal on endothelial function in healthy subjects. [en línea]. The American Journal of Cardiology https://goo.gl/7FdNLZ PHYSICIANS COMMITTEE FOR RESPONSIBLE MEDICINE 2014. Lurking Beneath the Shell: Health Concerns with Eggs. [en línea]. PCRM https://goo.gl/KY8C3T DR MICHAEL GREGER'S INVESTIGATION. PART 1. 2013. Eggs and Cholesterol: Patently False and Misleading Claims. [en línea]. https://goo.gl/okhjb7 DR MICHAEL GREGER'S INVESTIGATION. PART 2. 2014. Who Says Eggs Aren't Healthy or Safe?. [en línea] https://goo.gl/kfeoMo USDA National Nutrient Database for Standard Reference "EGG". 2017. https://goo.gl/wBGGXs
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Presentation on the life of Emmet Till (1941-1955), by Dr. Anthony Monteiro at the University of Pennsylvania on October 23, 2015. The event was sponsored by THE BLACK MEN OF PENN - University of Pennsylvania School of Social Policy and Practice. Introduction by Chad Lassiter.
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DISCLAIMER: This channel is hosted by the Film maker of Bud Buddies Project Storm and does not represent or have any connection with 'Bud Buddies'. Any messages will reach the film maker not Bud Buddies. In April 2013 this film set out to investigate the increasing number of claims that cannabis oil can treat cancer. This has been done through the lives of terminal cancer patients living in the UK. It includes contributions from world leading research labs, the pharmaceutical industry and an illegal medical organisation that produces and provides cannabis oil to cancer patients. This film is an objective investigation in to the potential role cannabis can play as part of an integrated and open minded approach to oncology.
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Eqbal Ahmad spoke at CU Boulder, Colorado on October 12, 1998 (just 7 months before his death). He talked about who and what defines terrorism. Eqbal Ahmad (1933/34 – 11 May 1999) was a Pakistani political scientist, writer, journalist, and anti-war activist. He was strongly critical of the Middle East strategy of the United States as well as what he saw as the "twin curse" of nationalism and religious fanaticism in such countries as Pakistan. Ahmad was born in the village of Irki in the Indian state of Bihar. When he was a young boy, his father was murdered over a land dispute in his presence. During the partition of India in 1947, he and his older brothers migrated toPakistan. Ahmad graduated from Forman Christian College in Lahore, Pakistan, in 1951 with a degree in economics. After serving briefly as an army officer, he enrolled at Occidental College in California in 1957. From 1958 to 1960, he studied political science and Middle Eastern history at Princeton University, later earning his PhD From 1960 to 1963, Ahmad lived in North Africa, working primarily in Algeria, where he joined the National Liberation Front and worked with Frantz Fanon. He was offered an opportunity to join the first independent Algerian government and refused in favour of life as an independent intellectual. When he returned to the United States, Ahmad taught at the University of Illinois at Chicago (1964–65) and Cornell University in the school of Labour Relations (1965–68). During these years, he became known as one of the earliest and most vocal opponents of American policies in Vietnam and Cambodia. From 1968 to 1972, he was a fellow at the Adlai Stevenson Institute in Chicago. In 1971, Ahmad was indicted as one of the Harrisburg Seven, with the anti-war Catholic priest Philip Berrigan, Berrigan's future wife, Sister Elizabeth McAlister, and four other Catholic pacifists, on charges of conspiracy to kidnap Henry Kissinger. After fifty-nine hours of deliberations, the jury declared a mistrial, in 1972. From 1972 to 1982, Ahmad was Senior Fellow at the Institute for Policy Studies. From 1973 to 1975, he served as the first director of its overseas affiliate, the Transnational Institute in Amsterdam. In 1982, Ahmad joined the faculty at Hampshire College, a very progressive school, which was the first college in the nation to divest from South Africa, in Amherst, Massachusetts, where he taught world politics and political science. In the early 1990s, Ahmad was granted a parcel of land in Pakistan by Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto's government to build an independent, alternative university, named Khaldunia. Upon his retirement from Hampshire in 1997, he settled permanently in Pakistan, where he continued to write a weekly column, for Dawn, Pakistan's oldest English-language newspaper. Eqbal died in Islamabad in 1999 of heart failure following an operation for colon cancer. Ahmad was the founding chancellor of the then newly established Textile Institute of Pakistan, a textile oriented science, design and business degree awarding institute. The institute actively claims to be driven by the very values Ahmad stood for and awards its most prestigious honour, the Dr. Eqbal Ahmed Achievement Award to one graduate unanimously deemed by the faculty as reflective of Ahmad's values at its annual convocation. Since his death, a memorial lecture series has been established at Hampshire in his honour. Speakers have included Kofi Annan, Edward Said, Noam Chomsky, and Arundhati Roy. Ahmad was admired as "an intellectual unintimidated by power or authority", and collaborated with such left-wing journalists and activists as Noam Chomsky, Edward Said, Howard Zinn, Ibrahim Abu-Lughod, Richard Falk,Fredric Jameson, Alexander Cockburn and Daniel Berrigan. [Ahmad was] perhaps the shrewdest and most original anti-imperialist analyst of the post-war world, especially in the dynamics between the West and the post-colonial states of Asia and Africa. —Edward Said
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“How Numbers Lie: Intersectional Violence and the Quantification of Race” Tracing the genealogy of statistical discourses on race, Khalil Gibran Muhammad explores the violence of racial quantification on black women and men’s lives beginning in the postbellum period. Currently the director of the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture of the New York Public Library and a visiting professor at the City University of New York, Muhammad will begin his academic appointments as a professor of history, race, and public policy at Harvard Kennedy School and a Suzanne Young Murray Professor at Radcliffe on July 1, 2016. Presented by the Schlesinger Library at the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study. Video: Welcome by Lizabeth Cohen, Dean of the Radcliffe Institute Introduction by Jane Kamensky, Pforzheimer Foundation Director of the Schlesinger Library - 6:55 Lecture by Khalil Gibran Muhammad - 15:50
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The two faces of the IL-15- Janus Kinase-Stat system: implications for the immunotherapy of autoimmune diseases and cancer Air date: Wednesday, November 29, 2017, 3:00:00 PM Category: WALS - Wednesday Afternoon Lectures Runtime: 01:09:28 Description: NIH Director's Wednesday Afternoon Lecture Series Dr. Walmann will present the annual William Paul lecture. Dr. Waldmann defined the IL-2 receptor alpha and beta subunits using the daclizumab antibody he discovered, an antibody that is approved by the FDA. He co-discovered IL-15 and performed the first in-human clinical trial with this agent in patients with malignancy. Furthermore, Waldmann defined molecular abnormalities of the common gamma cytokine, Jak/Stat signaling pathway in HTLV-1 associated adult T-cell lymphoma and translated this discovery with a trial of a Jak inhibitor in patients with this disorder. For more information go to https://oir.nih.gov/wals Author: Thomas A. Waldmann, M.D., National Cancer Institute, NIH Permanent link: https://videocast.nih.gov/launch.asp?23610
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Filmed at the Emerging Science of Carbohydrate Restriction and Nutritional Ketosis, Scientific Sessions at The Ohio State University Learn more at https://blog.virtahealth.com/category/science-research/ An impressive body of scientific evidence over the last 15 years documents long term benefits of carbohydrate-restricted, especially ketogenic, diets. We now understand molecular mechanisms and why they work. Popular books and articles now challenge the advice ‘carbohydrates are good and fats are bad.’ Circa mid-19th century urinary ketones were identified in diabetics sealing their toxic label for the next 150 years. Despite work four decades ago showing ketones were highly functional metabolites, they are still misidentified as toxic byproducts of fat metabolism. The vilification of fat by regulatory and popular dogma perpetuates this myth. But the nutrition-metabolic landscape is improving dramatically. A growing number of researchers have contributed to what is now a critical mass of science that provides compelling clinical evidence that ketogenic diets uniquely benefit weight loss, pre-diabetes, and type-2 diabetes. In the last five years, basic scientists have discovered that b-hydroxybutyrate (BHB), the primary circulating ketone, is a potent signaling molecule that decreases inflammation and oxidative stress. BHB has been suggested to be a longevity metabolite, with strong support from recently published mouse studies showing decreased midlife mortality and extended longevity and healthspan. Although type-2 diabetes is often described as a chronic progressive disease, emerging evidence indicates that sustained nutritional ketosis can reverses the disease. There is growing interest in studying potential therapeutic effects of ketosis on cardiovascular diseases, cancer, and neurodegenerative diseases including Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s. There are even reasons certain athletes may benefit from nutritional ketosis and ketone supplements ─ debunking the long-standing dogma that high carbohydrate intake is required to perform optimally. With the support of the well-established Ohio State Food Innovation Center, this conference will bring together the top experts in these fields to share what has been achieved and what remains to be done to advance this exciting field of scientific discovery.
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YOUR DESCRIPTION HAS REACHED THE LIMIT OF CHARACTERS ALLOWED AND WAS CUT. By: Maria Miller WINDBER, Pa. -- The month of March is recognized nationally as Colon Cancer Awareness Month. Colon cancer is the second leading cause of cancer-related deaths in the U.S. every year. According to the American Cancer Society, it claimed more than 50,000 lives last year. Doctors say colonoscopies are the best test to detect cancer, but it can be a scary experience. That's why a team of nurses at Windber Medical Center banded together to put out a powerful message as they got colonoscopies together. "On a day-to-day basis we're explaining this to our patients, so I think together too we thought it was good that we experience this," said Lori Turgeon, a registered nurse at Windber Medical Center. Colonoscopies are a potentially lifesaving test that for some sound like a horrifying experience. "It is scary, but you have to look at the alternatives," Turgeon said. "If you can catch something early, you can deal with it then instead of waiting until it's too late." "It's like anything else. Sometimes the anticipation is sometimes much worse than the actual event," said Dr. Rudolph Schilli, a gastroenterologist at Windber Medical Center. Schilli has been conducting colonoscopies since 1979. He said things are much different today than they were even just a few years ago. He said there's nothing to worry about. "Basically the worst part that everyone complains about is the preparation -- drinking the liquid. It's treated like it's some horrible thing but when you compare that to having stage four colon cancer, and having multiple surgeries and several rounds of chemotherapy, it's very much small potatoes," Schilli said. Colonoscopies are conducted using a tiny camera attached to a thin, flexible tube that's inserted in the rectum and into the large intestine. The procedure is often done while you're asleep. The whole test only takes a few minutes and allows doctors to detect cancer before any symptoms (develop.) Quite often doctors find precancerous polyps that can be removed right on the spot. "Every day we see a lot of patients with a lot of problems and it's just better to catch it early," said Sandra Clark, another registered nurse at the hospital. "The colonoscopy really wasn't that bad. Even the prep. People always talk about the prep ... It's really not that bad at all." "The difficult thing to convince people is when they feel good, that they should have this test," Schilli said. "As it is true for many things, the unseen danger is quite often worse than the visible danger." Take it from Schilli: in addition to having more than 30 years of experience as a highly trained gastroenterologist dealing with colon cancer every day, he had the disease more than a decade ago. "I want to motivate them to have a potentially lifesaving thing," Schilli said. "My chances of survival were very slim and what they should know is this is a message of hope, and a message of joy and it's not necessarily a message of despair." Because he was able to catch it when he did and receive treatment, Schilli said he feels it's his duty to keep spreading such an important message. "It's much easier and more helpful to have colonoscopy at an early stage, and even if they need surgery their outlook and outcome is so much better knowing it years before they would have known it had they had symptoms," Schilli said. Basic screening guidelines suggest white adults without a family history of cancer to start screening around the age of 50 and then again every 10 years. For African-Americans i
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For more information on Michael Shellenberger, please visit www.tedxberlin.de. Michael Shellenberger is co-founder and Senior Fellow at the Breakthrough Institute, where he was president from 2003 to 2015, and a co-author of the Ecomodernist Manifesto. Over the last decade, Michael and his colleagues have constructed a new paradigm that views prosperity, cheap energy and nuclear power as the keys to environmental progress. A book he co-wrote (with Ted Nordhaus) in 2007, Break Through: From the Death of Environmentalism to the Politics of Possibility, was called by Wired magazine “the best thing to happen to environmentalism since Rachel Carson’s Silent Spring,” while Time Magazine called him a “hero of the environment.” In the 1990s, he helped protect the last signi cant groves of old-growth redwoods still in private hands and bring about labor improvements to Nike factories in Asia. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx
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Pediatric infectious diseases specialist Coleen K. Cunningham, MD practices at Duke Children's Hospital, Duke Children's and WakeMed Children's Specialty Services, and Duke University Hospital. Get to know her in this video and learn more at https://www.dukehealth.org/find-doctors-physicians/coleen-k-cunningham-md About Dr. Cunningham I have enjoyed taking care of children for the past 25-plus years. My research area is pediatric HIV infection, but I have extensive experience with the diagnosis and management of all pediatric infections, so I welcome clinical evaluations in all areas of pediatric infection. I believe it is important to listen well and to communicate carefully with both parent and child, so that I can help families decide what would work best for their child. I have five children myself, so I understand that what might work with one child doesn't always work with all.
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Stewardship of the College of Chest Physicians is handed over from Dr. Curtis Sessler to the 78th President Dr. Barbara Phillips during this years CHEST Meeting in Montreal, CA. The American College of Chest Physicians (CHEST) is the global leader in advancing best patient outcomes through innovative chest medicine education, clinical research, and team-based care. CHEST connects health-care professionals to the latest clinical research and evidence-based guidelines through its journal CHEST and serves as a resource for clinicians for meetings, books, mobile apps, and live learning courses in pulmonary, critical care, and sleep medicine.
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