Hi guys sorry I haven't posted for a while . This was my first chemo where they tried on a cold cap for me. What I wanted was to try it on a see how it would go. However half way I gave up the cold cap and the chemo combined was too uncomfortable for me. I thought to myself, it's only hair it will grow back. So guys, here's my first chemotherapy journey. I promise to keep up with videos and post as much as I can. Thanks for watching guys, please feel free to share to those who are in a similar position. Don't forget to hit the subscribe button. Love you all and God bless xxx I do not claim ownership of the songs used in this video. All credit goes to the rightful owner. Follow me on my social media ❤️💛💙 *Instagram: nade77e *Snapchat : Nadette *Twitter: nade77e
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Read and Watch the full story at http://www.nalie.ca It was finally time for surgery. The day of my full mastectomy, the removal of my entire left breast. By removing the entire affected area, hopefully my breast cancer will never return and will be gone for good! Nalie was diagnosed with breast cancer at 24 years old in July 2013 and has been blogging about her journey ever since. Read and Watch the full story at http://www.nalie.ca
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The whole day my scalp was on fire! It must have meant one thing; I was about to start losing my hair real soon... I dont know if this is normal, no one ever told me i would feel this... but im just taking it one day at a time. --- I always knew I was special, that I wasn't your average girl. But sometimes life has a weird way of proving that to you. They say 3 out of a 1000 women are diagnosed with breast cancer under the age of 30. That's a 0.3% chance. And of course, I happen to be one of them. Follow my fight at www.nalie.ca
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Breast Cancer Treatment Options Without Chemo or Surgery http://vci.org/breastcancer.htm "When you're first diagnosed, you have a lot of emotions that you go through. Initially, you're shocked, and then you think, "Why me?". And then, overall, you just confront the issue head on. I come from a hollistic background, I'm a chiropractor, so as a hollistic practitioner, you realize, people are getting healed, but there are some other methods out there that are working as well. My primary care physician, his only options were to Cut, Poison, and Burn, which is the traditional medical option, which is surgery, chemo, and radiation. When I looked for treatment options, I wanted something that was going to give me a good quality of life...I was very happy with the outcome. The staff and the facility here, you guys were wonderful. You made the stay such a pleasant experience. I came all the way from Delaware, all the way on the East Coast, I've been away form home for about six months. So just having that family atmosphere and the support from the staff and the doctors, that says a whole lot." http://vci.org/breastcancer.htm ________________________ Useful Links: Breast Cancer Treatment & Side Effects http://www.breastcancer.org/treatment/Apr 29, 2012 -- In recent years, there's been an explosion of life-saving treatment advances against breast cancer, bringing new hope and excitement. Instead ... Radiation Therapy - Chemotherapy - Stages of Breast Cancer - Surgery Breast Cancer Treatment (PDQ) - National Cancer Institute http://www.cancer.gov/cancertopics/pdq/treatment/breast/Patient/page1Jun 21, 2012 -- Treatment Options for Inflammatory Breast Cancer · Treatment Options for Triple-Negative Breast Cancer Treatment Options for Recurrent ... CDC - Breast Cancer Treatment http://www.cdc.gov/cancer/breast/basic_info/treatment.htmJun 13, 2012 -- Basic information from CDC about treatment of breast cancer, including information about clinical trials and complementary and alternative ... http://acupuncturelosangeles4u.blogspot.com/p/acupuncture-los-angeles-back-pain.html Breast cancer: Treatments and drugs - MayoClinic.com http://www.mayoclinic.com/.../breast-cancer/.../dsection=treatments-and-dr...Your doctor determines your breast cancer treatment options based on your type of breast cancer, its stage, whether the cancer cells are sensitive to hormones, ... Breast Cancer Symptoms, Signs, Facts, Treatment - MedicineNet.com http://www.medicinenet.com › ... › cancer az list › breast cancer index by Dr. Jerry Balentine - More by Dr. Jerry Balentine Get the facts on breast cancer symptoms, signs, stages, types, research, risk factors, diagnosis, prevention information and treatment options: mastectomy,
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Some women experience hand or hand and arm swelling at the end of their chemotherapy treatment for Breast Cancer. Early treatments, which can be as simple as wearing a compression garment for 4 weeks may result in a complete reduction of the swelling. Each individual is different, so make an appointment with the Occupational Therapist within the Breast Cancer Center, to measure your swelling and come up with a treatment plan. Denise Stewart speaks about a case of early onset lymphoedema (at the end of chemo) , why this may occur and the treatment options.
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Thousands of Australians are diagnosed with breast cancer each year. Many will lose their breasts to surgery. This is about three survivors and the scars they're lucky enough to live with. http://www.facebook.com/SBS2Australia http://www.twitter.com/sbs2
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This was my last chemo. I am a 36 yr old mother of 3 (Christian 8, Micah 6 and Amanda 4) who was diagnosed with Stage 3 Breast Cancer in May 2010. 3 months after separating from my husband, and 1 month after being discharged from an Eating Disorder unit for Anorexia I - found the lump in my left breast. I assumed it was just a cyst since I have cystic breast. I showed it to my step mother who convinced me to go to my GP that next day. I thatnk God she did because that next day my GP sent me right in for a mammagram, ultrasound. Then after a core biopsey, mri, and full auxilary node biopsey I found out that I had cancer in a 4 cm mass and another small mass in my left breast, suspicious grouping in my right breast, and out of 6 nodes taken out, 2 that were stuck together were possitive and 2 more. At the same time of the node biopsy they placed a port for chemo. They decided to do chemo first to shrink the tumor first (4 rounds of AC then 4 rounds of Taxol dose dense) which I just finished. I will have a double Mastectomy (maybe exanders then implants) then radiation. ITs been really hard, but with the help of the my friends, the church, family, prayers, my treatment team, and the Lord Jesus Christ I know I can get through this ok. Thank you to everyone!!!
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Breast cancer survivor Chelsea Beaumont talks about the incredible cancer care she received at Scripps and her effort to help others fight breast cancer. Learn more: www.scripps.org/cbstryyt. “Working with Scripps, you have this massive team of people rallying for you. You really feel like you have the best care,” Chelsea says. “Scripps is at the forefront of anything that’s out there.” Chelsea’s treatment began with chemotherapy, which completely eradicated her cancer, followed by a preventive double mastectomy and breast reconstruction. During conventional breast reconstruction, the surgeon inserts tissue expanders after the mastectomy to prepare the breast area for implants, and the patient has a second surgery later to remove the expanders and insert the implants. In Chelsea’s case, however, Scripps Clinic plastic surgeon Jyoti Arya, MD, performed direct-to-implant (DTI) breast reconstruction, enabling Chelsea to receive the implants at the time of the mastectomy and avoid an additional surgery, which significantly reduced her recovery time. Dr. Arya is one of only a handful of surgeons in San Diego who perform direct-to-implant surgery. Now cancer-free, Chelsea says she feels like she could not have gone through this experience anywhere else. From breast cancer detection and diagnosis to treatment and recovery, Scripps leads the way for cancer care in San Diego with three dedicated breast cancer care centers and a state-of-the-art radiation therapy center. Ranked as one of the nation’s high performing hospitals for cancer care by US News & World Report, Scripps cares for more breast cancer patients than any other San Diego health care provider.
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Hi, my name is Meghan and I was diagnosed with Breast cancer at age 26 in October 2015. Instead of allowing cancer to take my hair away, myself and my family decided to take things into own hands! I had an official Britney Spears moment* Thank you @shofilms for this AMAZING video! Today, I wanted to share with all of you HOW TO take control of Cancer while you still can and JUST DO IT! Shave that head! Why did you shave your head? I get this question over and over again, and looking back on it... I would chose to do it again in an instant. When you go through chemotherapy especially the regimen I was about to endure, there was a 100% chance that I would lose my hair. My sisters were HIGHLY concerned about me still feeling "pretty" and found a company: LaVant Garde Hair who actually took my long golden ponies and turned them into a gorgeous wig that I wore all through treatment! So what causes you to start growing curly hair following chemo? *When chemotherapy enters the body, its intention is to attack the "cancer cells". However, it also attacks the "good cells" and more specifically those responsible for hair growth. Since chemo damages the hair shaft, most chemo patients lose hair quickly aka a condition known as alopecia. Due to the amount of chemo that remains in the body when one finishes treatment, it takes a while for hair to grow back and get back to the old "normal". For me, I started out with a buzz cut, however after about 3 treatments, my hair became very tender and painful due to a condition known as folliculitis or: inflammation of the hair root. I then decided to straight razor my head and rocked the Mr. Clean bald head until my hair grew back following treatments._ If you are new, welcome to my channel! I am a 27 years old, 2B invasive ductal carcinoma/ metastatic breast cancer Survivor, diagnosed on October 12, 2015 at age 26. I underwent IVF for egg retrieval, Adriamycin, Taxol, and Abraxane Chemotherapies, a double mastectomy with lymph node dissection and removal, 30 rounds of radiation, and most recently breast reconstruction. I am new to vlogging however I have shared my cancer journey through my blog at www.shesparkleson.com where I give support and insight on what the day in the life of ME really is:) My slogan is to "sparkle on", meaning that no matter on your darkest, sickest days... remember that you are still shining from the inside out. You are still "you" with or without your hair! Don't forget to subscribe and hit that like button :) For my tips, tricks, and MANY pics, follow me: https://www.instagram.com/megokoziel
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Doctor asked me to do chemotherapy before mastectomy. I was asked to to 6 cycles, but after 1 cycle, I gave up. My blood count dropped to zero. I was given blood-count booster injection. This made me worse. The lump became bigger and more painful. Then they wanted me to take oral chemo.
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October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. This morning we're sharing survivor stories. In May, Angelina Jolie revealed she underwent a preventative double mastectomy, making the decision to remove both her breasts after finding out she had an 87% chance of developing cancer. She's since had her breasts reconstructed, but what about the everyday women trying to rebuild their lives and their breasts after beating cancer?They've lost their breasts, but not their lives.Leila Grossman is a breast cancer survivor. She's talking about her breasts. First a mammogram, then a biopsy. In 2011, Grossman found herself going under the knife for the first time in her life to fight cancer. When the worst was over, she began the long road to recover, including breast reconstruction. It's essentially a tummy tuck. Using deep belly tissue to rebuild the lost breast after a mastectomy. Another option, the implant based reconstruction, using expanders to create new tissue for reconstruction. They're 2 of the most popular surgeries Dr. Bruce Shack does at Vanderbilt Medical Center.It's been a life-changing alteration for Lisa Barrett. She was diagnosed with Stage 2 breast cancer in 2012.Thanks to these doctors, it's what they can now wear as a sign of survival. The American Cancer Society predicts over 230,000 women will be diagnosed with breast cancer for the first time this year.
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This is when I found out that I was BRCA 1 positive. Which means that this was a genetic mutation that caused my Breast Cancer. From what the doctors informed me is that the likelihood of the cancer returning would now be even higher. I had triple negative Breast Cancer. Which also meant that hormone therapy was out of the question and the only approach was an AGGRESSIVE one. This was an emotional day.
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On February 19th, 2015, my sister Bo was diagnosed with stage 3 Inflammatory Breast Cancer. A very rare form of breast cancer that claims most of it's victims. But not my sister. A year later she is considered NED (No Evidence Detected). For more information on IBC go to www.theibcnetwork.org
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So far....so good. Little did I know. LOL
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During a routine pregnancy ultrasound, Parul felt a lump in her breast. Knowing she carried a genetic risk for breast cancer, she scheduled a biopsy.Just days after delivering her daughter, she was diagnosed. Within a month, she was being treated at Stanford. “Genetic testing probably saved my life,” said Parul. “Because we knew her BRCA status, we could more optimally select therapies,” said her Stanford medical oncologist Melinda Telli, MD. After 12 weeks of targeted, combination chemotherapy, followed by surgery, Parul was cancer free. Discover more patient stories at http://stanfordhealthnow.org
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Breast Cancer Treatment Options: Alternative, with no side-effects http://vci.org/breast-cancer-treatment.htm "Once you've done the other things that standard medicine has to offer, you weaken your body further, and you spread it more, and if you come here first, your chances of being healed quicker, and being cured period, are much better. If you do standard treatment first, you've already compromised your body...If you come here, you're going to get better quicker, and you're not going to have the bad side-effects. There are no bad side-effects here." "I never lost my hair. I never got sick. I never threw up. I just wish more people knew that there is an alternative out there, because standard medicine doesn't tell you that, and when you are told you have cancer, you think, "I'm going to die." _____________________________________ Useful Links: Breast Cancer Treatment & Side Effects http://www.breastcancer.org/treatment/Apr 29, 2012 -- breast cancer treatment and stages. ... Instead of only one or two options, today there's an overwhelming menu of treatment choices that fight Radiation Therapy - Chemotherapy - Stages of Breast Cancer - Surgery Breast Cancer Treatment (PDQ) - National Cancer Institute http://www.cancer.gov/cancertopics/pdq/treatment/breast/Patient/page5Jun 21, 2012 -- Treatment Options for Inflammatory Breast Cancer · Treatment Options for Triple-Negative Breast Cancer Treatment Options for Recurrent ... Breast Cancer Treatment Options by Stage - National Cancer Institute http://www.cancer.gov/cancertopics/pdq/treatment/breast/Patient/page6Jun 21, 2012 -- Treatment Options by Stage. Treatment Options for Inflammatory Breast Cancer · Treatment Options for Triple-Negative Breast Cancer ... Overview of Breast Cancer Treatment Options - Breast Cancer ... http://breastcancer.about.com/od/treatments/a/treatment_ov.htmAfter your breast cancer has been diagnosed, your healthcare team will recommend treatment. There are five standard treatment options for breast cancer: ... Susan G. Komen for the Cure | Understanding Breast Cancer ... http://ww5.komen.org/breastcancer/treatment.html... treatment of breast cancer. As a result, the number of breast cancer survivors continues to increase. ... Treatment options for different stages of breast cancer ... http://acupuncturelosangeles4u.blogspot.com/p/acupuncture-los-angeles-back-pain.html Breast cancer: Treatments and drugs - MayoClinic.com http://www.mayoclinic.com/.../breast-cancer/.../dsection=treatments-and-dr...Your doctor determines your breast cancer treatment options based on your type of breast cancer, its stage, whether the cancer cells are sensitive to hormones
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Just got to my room at Saint Josephs hospital. Had a double mastectomy and lymph node removal on September 2nd, 2010. I just want to update my peoples and let them know I am alive and well! I appreciate all the love and support I have received from everyone and from school! Thank you!
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More at my blog: http://amycz.com/radiation-mapping/ Breast cancer video and blog: Antibiotics following surgical site staph infection, PICC line removal at Froedtert Hospital, radiation treatment mapping -- -- and enjoying nieces, Easter, First Communions, hummingbirds and orioles, tornado warnings, and a mushroom cloud.
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http://www.BoostYourTits.com Breast Enlargement Without Surgery - Natural Breast Enlargement Tips http://www.BoostYourTits.com You are here because you want to have bigger breasts naturally without plastic surgery. On this website, you will find many articles on natural breast enlargement methods such as breast enhancement pills, breast enlargement creams, recommendations for breast enhancing diets and exercises for bigger breasts. Breast enlargement without surgery is possible. You just need to know what non-surgical breast enlargement options are out there and then put them into practice. It is important to note that you may not see results immediately. While natural methods can make your breasts bigger without surgery, they are not the same as boob jobs, you will not see an larger breast overnight. When it comes to natural breast enhancement, you need to have the right mindset: This means having a realistic perspective and being consistent with your efforts. Natural breast enlargement methods will take time to produce results. So be realistic about your results and be patient. Think of it as a marathon not a 100 meter dash. And you also need to be consistent with your routine by regularly doing breast exercises, eating breast enlargement pills, applying breast enhancement creams and most importantly, thinking positive. I'll repeat this once again because its so important: breast enlargement without surgery is possible. That's the truth. Don't let anyone else tell you otherwise. Many, many real women have increased their breasts naturally without spending thousands of dollars so plastic surgeons can inject lumps of harmful silicon in their breasts. Be proud that you're natural and stay that way. I'm here to help you get on the right path towards bigger breasts naturally. Let's get started by looking at the natural breast enhancement options you have.
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A new study from the University of Michigan Comprehensive Cancer Center reveals that women who experience breast asymmetry following breast conserving surgery were more likely to experience poor quality of life and fear of cancer recurrence.
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TRACO 2018 - Breast cancer and Epidemiology Air date: Monday, October 22, 2018, 4:00:00 PM Category: TRACO Runtime: 02:03:13 Description: Breast cancer and Epidemiology For more information go to http://ccr.cancer.gov/training/trainee-resources/courses-workshops/traco Author: Farah Zia, MD, NCI, NIH and Neil Caporaso, MD, NCI, NIH Permanent link: https://videocast.nih.gov/launch.asp?26138
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Feels like someone took a hammer to all of my joints today, and not just my ankles and knees, but every single knuckle on my hands as well. Apparently it's a side effect of the VinChristine (if that's how you spell it) which is a type of chemotherapy I got last week. My doctor says it's a delayed side effect though, so hopefully this pain goes away soon! I was freaking out this morning!
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My name is Brittania ‘Tyga’ Bryant and I am a breast cancer survivor. I was diagnosed September16, 2011 at the age of 25. I discovered my own lump at age 24 and was misdiagnosed due to my “age” and that I did not require a mammogram with no family history of the disease. I have endured a bilateral mastectomy, seven reconstructive surgeries, and a year of intravenous Herceptin treatment. Even through six rounds of chemotherapy, I stayed in good spirits. Even managing to find a way to save my hair, with the use of cold caps, all while sharing my story on social networks.
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Breast Cancer..A Silent Killer This video is for educational purpose only and spreading awareness among women. Self-dIscretion is fully advised throughout the presentation. In case of any abnormalities and doubt, please consult with the registered medical practitioners for more help about this disease. Relatives- it is inherited from mother orfather so it can be found in the subject or its sister. The menstrual history- if the menstrual cycle is on early onset and that is going to late menopause, it could develop this cancer in women. Childbirth- 1st child after the age of 30 or having no children at all, makes women more prone and vulnerable. As far as the lifestyle is concerned, Obesity, diet, which is including more fatty acids, excessive use of alcohol, lack of physical activity, stress. As in this modern world, the stress is found generally in each and every strata of the society, thus it is very difficult to rule out. Lack of rest and sleep, radiation exposure, air pollution- this is being one of the most dangerous cause of concern among the elites in the world which is making each and every highly possible leaders and their policies being diverted towards air pollution. History of cancer- If the subject had suffered through breast cancer,uterine, cervix or ovarian cancer, that can ultimately consequence to the breast cancer. That means there is a possibility. Hormonal- Oestrogen in hormone replacement therapy and birth control pills that could again be factors for breast cancer. Genetics- certain conditions that are inherited from father, mother or could be passed on to the daughters & sons. These are the symptoms of breast cancer please go through this page for more information. Diagnosis of breast cancer the phenotype appearance of the breast cancer of the body part. As far as the prevention is concerned, breast cancer risk factor can be controlled, that means the subject or individual do have control over some factors which can restrict the possibility of bringing this disease in. i.e. capacity can be controlled through regular exercises, and maintaining the healthy lifestyle, not having children beyond 30 as i said, could be planned accordingly. Breastfeeding in many societies- it has been observed that women are escaping their children from breastfeeding, and despite knowing this fact that the first milk of mother is very much important for the newborn, and if the newborn is not getting that, it may develop some diseases in the newborns. Therefore breastfeeding does not dis-shape your figures or your general outlook. So breast feeding exercise should not be avoided at any cost. Alcohol consumption as it is overall bad for health and it should be avoided. Regular exercises, hormone replacement therapy, these things can be controlled very well and it is under the hands of the subjects or individuals to keep this disease away. Screening for breast cancer A good self-awareness, monthly self-exams, clinical breast examinations and mammograms. Screening- these are the average sizes of Lumps can be found by women by self exercising their screens. As far as the self examination is concerned it gives a vast potential and opportunity for women to know about the disease at the very early stage of their examination. If this disease is found in the early stage then the precautionary and the procedural part can be taken at the early stage and the disease can be controlled early. These are the schedule for different age groups and different menstrual cycle running women that what to do and when to do the self examinations of breast. these are some basic exercises which can be articulated at home and doing a very simple exercise by standing in front of mirror. for eg. the number 1 says, lie down and put your left arm under your head, use your right hand to examine your left breast with your three model fingers flat, move gently in small circular motions over the entire breast checking for any lumps, hard knot or thickening. Use different level of suppression, light medium and firm over each area of your breast. Check the whole breast from your collarbone above your breasts down to the ribs below your breast. switch arms and repeat on the other breast. . Thank you so much Friends, if you like this video please SHARE, LIKE and SUBSCRIBE for more updates on ZINDAGI LELO. much Thank you so much, we'll see you again. HAVE A HEALTHY LIFE!! Image Sources: https://www.sgo.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/11/breast-cancer.jpg, http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/content/images/articles/310/310510/breast-cancer-survivors.jpg http://patients.ambrygen.com/bundles/agpat/img/breast_cancer/How%20common%20is%20breast%20cancer-01.png, https:// http://d1iqxomnbgvzw3.cloudfront.net/blog/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/Early-DetectionBSE4.jpg
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Change the conversation about metastatic breast cancer I have been a close personal friend of Joanne McLean for the past fifteen years, and throughout this time have been captivated by the beauty of her spirit and her wisdom, humour and capacity to lead others through challenging situations. This is why, when I recently learned of her prognosis and decision to seek medical help in Germany, I knew I had to help. Joanne has spent a lifetime in service of others. She has never paused to help someone in need. Now, she needs help. I invite you to read her story and support her and her campaign to change the conversation about metastatic breast cancer. Video Summary: Second round of treatments started Early indications show that treatment is having a positive impact Thank you for all of your well wishes, words of encouragement and contributions to the campaign. The campaign is in support of women living with metastatic breast cancer and people understanding the distinctions about metastatic breast cancer and its treatments. Please keep reading the updates, Joanne will continue to provide more tips and learnings from her whole journey with this disease. Please like and share with your networks as that is the best way we can get the word out to change the conversation about metastatic breast cancer. Please DONATE NOW to change the conversation about metastatic breast cancer https://www.gofundme.com/joannevsmbc#
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Join Novelyn in calling on members of Congress to stand with cancer survivors and the life-saving care Planned Parenthood provides at www.cancersurvivorsforpp.org. #CancerSurvivors4PP Millions of people like Novelyn rely on Planned Parenthood health centers for high-quality, affordable health care — including screenings to nearly 72,000 people whose cancer was detected early or whose abnormalities were identified and addressed. Novelyn’s insurance had lapsed, but when she found a lump in her armpit, she was able to get the care she needed at Planned Parenthood. Blocking patients from accessing preventive care at Planned Parenthood would have a devastating impact on people and communities across America. It is important to note that federal funding does not go towards abortion, a law Planned Parenthood opposes but follows. Transcript: ------- Novelyn: Here’s a picture of me. This is right before my double mastectomy. This is me a week later, with my husband. My husband and I have been in the clothing business for over 25 years. As a business owner, your business depends on the market, what you make basically determines your access to health care and whether or not you can afford it or not. My insurance had lapsed and I felt a lump in my armpit. I called Planned Parenthood and made that appointment the following day. And when I went in, I met with a nurse practitioner and she found the lump in my right breast. We both knew something was not right. She literally grabbed my hand and just held it. She let me have a moment to just...cry. She set the tone for what I was gonna do next. She quickly got me a mammogram and then after that, an ultrasound. And a week later, I got diagnosed with Stage 3 breast cancer. Here’s a picture of me and my family on my last day of radiation. It’s interesting when you go through something like this, how you find yourself being an example to your daughters. Planned Parenthood played a role, for me, like it always has throughout my life. If somebody doesn’t understand what they do, then I tell my story. And if they’re “defunded,” a lot of people will lose their lives. I’m a breast cancer survivor and I stand with Planned Parenthood.
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How to Prepare for Breast Cancer Chemotherapy|first chemotherapy treatment Disclaimer: This Video Only For Educational Purpose Please Consult To Your Doctor Chemotherapy is a treatment option for breast cancer. However, it comes with a multitude of side effects that take a toll on both your physical and mental health. Preparing for chemotherapy for breast cancer can help reduce your stress level by helping you understand what to expect. 1 Learn as much as you can about your particular treatment plan and how chemotherapy may affect your body. Ask about how long treatments will take and how many chemotherapy sessions the doctor has prescribed. Discuss in detail with your doctor the particular drug cocktail that will be part of your chemotherapy. Do some research. Remember that you have the final say in what goes in your body for treatment. Find a breast cancer support group so that you can share some of your concerns and learn from others. While knowledge can help ease some anxiety, remember that not everyone will be affected in the same way. 2 Get pre-chemotherapy tests, such as X-rays and heart scans. You'll also need to decide how you want your chemo to be delivered: through a regular IV or a port. A port requires minor surgery prior to chemotherapy. 3 Focus on improving your overall health to reduce potential chemotherapy side effects. Get plenty of sleep overnight and rest often during the day if possible. Minimize stressful situations. Try meditation and yoga as relaxation techniques or take a bubble bath and listen to relaxing music. Deep breathing exercises can also help. Eat a balanced diet with plenty of vegetables, fruits and whole grains. Avoid infections by steering clear of people who are sick. Schedule an appointment with your dentist and ask your doctor if you need any additional vaccinations to help protect your body during chemotherapy. WATCH MORE HELPFUL VIDEOS: 11,journal of alternative and complementary medicine |alternative medicine grants https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hejj7SFztFU 12,health information hotline |health information administrator https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eIlXgKu4w4Y 13,fighting roosters|cockfighting.2017 in india ariyur https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wSVeFUwmrlE 14,How to Make a Liver Cleanse|liver cleansing diet recipes-https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QlTJqWccUwc 15,How to Read an MRI|healthy spine mri https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nJJEDmKJ1Sg 16,How to Remove Dead Skin Using Sugar|homemade exfoliator face https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=27sEfOut1Rk 17,How to Handle Problems|what is problem and solution https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pjVUGASPPy0 18,How to Establish an Effective Skincare Routine|Wear sunscreen everyday https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ne0cLEqGbvA 19,how to relax your back |calm down and relax https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZeFRe4F_5Zw 20,health diet weight loss nutrition|extreme weight loss meal plan https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qbChAG3H99s 1.How to Use Meditation to Treat PTSD|ptsd and schizophrenia https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3uK9bfEo6Wk ………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 2.How to Use a Mala|beads with meaning https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fmH799CS1yE ……………………………………………………………………………………………………….. 3.how does meditation help depression |guided meditation depression https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EKhvdXnTawU ………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. 4.how to stop thinking about someone|things to do when depressed https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hc8UpgrBK3g ……………………………………………………………………………………………….. 5.time dilation theory |how to make time pass faster at work https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7YeEetijsf8 ………………………………************…………………………………………… 6.How to Practice Mindfulness of Death Meditation|buddhist death rituals 49 days https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dBeZN1utJcY …………………………………………………………………………………………………. 7.How to Practice Compassion Meditation|simple meditation techniques https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b-Mu7bt3T8A ………………………………………………………………………………………………. 8.How to Sleep in Zen Relaxation|zen sleep music https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mzgLrgUAQ-U ………………………………………………………………………………………………… 9.How to Increase Your Capacity to Channel Reiki Energy|reiki share https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9KnNS8sPQ5c …………………………………………………………………………………… 10.focused attention meditation |meditation process for beginners https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pPryrzBRy0o SUBSCRIBE TO MORE VIDEOS FOLLOW ME SOCIAL PROFILES: YouTube: https://goo.gl/yEbKyd Google+: https://goo.gl/T1fvmo FaceBook: https://goo.gl/nXwenV Twitter: https://goo.gl/yMmnDl Pintrest: https://goo.gl/KHEQjl Linkedin: https://goo.gl/262zkC
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This is the first part of my cancer story. Well, the part about my Stage 3b Breast Cancer, and before diagnosis. I just finished part 2. My Cancer Story Part 2 - Stage 4 Metastatic Mediastinal Melanoma (No Skin Involvement). Where I discuss my current battle with Stage 4 Metastatic Mediastinal Melanoma- With No Skin Involvement. Yup, you read correctly. I have Melanoma, a cancer of the skin. But I never had cancer on my skin. It is possible! I also discuss in parts one and two, how I was misdiagnosed. I also discuss my treatments and side effects that I have had, and am currently on. And how it is to be a single mother of 3, with terminal cancer. Thank you all for watching. And Enjoy! ps. If you would like to watch part 2, please click the link below https://youtu.be/aWALriqebgs Current update-https://youtu.be/pI4-KKBqU7I Song- Heartwarming by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100207 Artist: http://incompetech.com/ Landras Dream by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Artist: http://audionautix.com/ I now have a GoFundMe.com account- https://www.gofundme.com/grosso-family-terminal-cancer-fund&rcid=r01-15325134698-eac55dc6e5d44740&pc=ot_co_campmgmt_w
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Oncology: Find questions and answers about ovarian cancer. Ovarian cancer facts about ovarian cancer symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment. Designed to review facts about ovarian cancer for those studying for USMLE medical board exams. This review is useful for medical information about ovarian cancer. Fact: Transvaginal ultrasound is used for screening for ovarian cancer, however this is not a great screening test because it does not pickup early-stage disease. Fact: Serous and endometrial ovarian cancers have a better prognosis. Fact: Mucinous and Clear cell ovarian cancers have a poor prognosis. Fact: 50% of ovarian cancers are of the serous subtype. Fact: 5% ovarian cancers are of Clear cell subtype. Fact: Borderline tumors of the ovary have a good prognosis even in the setting of intra-abdominal spread with 80% survival at 5 years. Fact: Ovarian cancer in older patients is associated with more aggressive disease. Fact: Prognostic factors for ovarian cancer include age, stage of disease, volume of residual disease, histological grade and type, and molecular biological factors. Fact: 75% of ovarian cancers diagnosed or stage III or IV disease. Fact: Her-2/Neu is overexpressing 10% of ovarian cancers. Fact: Cisplatin and carboplatin provide similar efficacy when combined with paclitaxel for the treatment of ovarian cancer. Question: What is the lifetime risk for developing ovarian cancer in the US? Answer: For women in the US, the lifetime risk of developing ovarian cancer is 1.4-1.8% Question: Does the prolonged use of oral contraceptives affect the risk of developing epithelial ovarian cancer? Answer: Yes, use of oral contraceptive pills over long durations lowers the risk of developing epithelial ovarian Question: Is there an association between BRCA 1 and ovarian cancer? Answer: Yes, there is a 16% overall risk of developing ovarian cancer by age 70 for women with the BRCA 1 gene mutation. There is evidence that this risk is increased if the woman not only had the BRCA 1 but also a strong family history of ovarian cancer Question: The CA 125 is an accepted tumor marker for ovarian cancer, can an elevated CA 125 be associated with other cancers? Answer: Yes, the CA 125 is often elevated in patients with multiple cancers including breast cancer, lung cancer, pancreas cancer, and endometrial cancer. It can also be elevated in women with many benign disease such as cirrhosis, uterine leiomyoma, and endometriosis. It has also been reported to be elevated in approximately 1% of normal healthy women as well Question: What are the criteria for poor prognosis limited stage ovarian cancers? Answer: Poor prognosis for early stage ovarian cancer is present when there is stage IC disease, stage II disease, clear cell histology, or any histologic grade 3 tumors Question: What are some ovarian tumors associated with elevated serum AFP? Answer: Yolk sac tumors, embryonal carcinoma, and mixed germ cell tumors can be associated with elevations in the serum AFP Question: Primary peritoneal carcinoma is similar to ovarian cancer but thought to be distinct. What are the criteria developed by the gynecologic Oncology Group to define primary peritoneal carcinoma? Answer: The ovaries have to be of normal size, or enlarged by a benign process, predominantly serous histology, extraovarian involvement more than ovarian involvement, and surface involvement of less than 5mm depth Question: Can the CA 125 be used to make the diagnosis of malignancy? Answer: No, the CA 125 is not used for diagnosis and cannot replace a tissue biopsy. The CA 125 is used only as a tumor marker as another tool to follow the progression of cancer or the response to therapy. Question: Can the CA 125 be elevated in patients without cancer? Answer: Elevations of the CA 125 can be associated with non-cancerous conditions such as pregnancy, endometriosis, and in patients with peritoneal or abdominal infection or inflammation Question: What are the three most common adverse prognostic factors seen in ovarian cancer? Answer: Advanced stage, high grade tumor, and suboptimally debulked disease are the most common adverse prognostic factors in ovarian cancer Question: How often is the CA 125 elevated in patients with endometrial cancer? Answer: Approximately 15% of patients with endometrial can Question: What is the lifetime risk for developing ovarian cancer in the US? Answer: For women in the US, the lifetime risk of developing ovarian cancer is 1.4-1.8%
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I was diagnosed with stage 3b Invasive Ductal Carcinoma on my 31st Birthday! I went through 18 months of Chemotherapy, 33 rounds of radiation, a double mastectomy, and a Hysterectomy During my Cancer Treatments I found Cannabis to be VERY effective to treat my nausea from treatments and increase my appetite. It also worked well as a pain reliever and anti inflammatory. This is my story. **WARNING* Graphic photos of post Breast Surgery. Proceed with caution.
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Breast cancer clinical trials is the topic for an interview with Dr. Thomas B. Julian, Senior Surgical Director, Medical Affairs, NSABP and Dr. Jay Harness, medical director of BreastCancerAnswers.com, at the 2012 San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium. Dr. Julian discusses the power of clinical trails and explains that patients are receiving treatment that is based on previous clinical trials and existing clinical trials can provide a potential improvement. The live broadcast was sponsored by Genomic Health, the creator of Oncotype DX. Genomic Health is a global healthcare company that provides actionable genomic information to personalize cancer treatment decisions. For more information, visit: www.genomichealth.com
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Some of the reality of Tamoxifen and its possible complications, plus toads and snakes and rainbows. Life and Death philosophy. And an in-joke for Youtubaholics. More about me here: http://amykstudio.com "Presenterator" by Kevin MacLeod http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Kevin_MacLeod/Funk_Sampler/ is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution License. http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
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