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Christopher Marsh, MD on Double Mastectomy
 
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There are many factors that can help determine if undergoing a double mastectomy is the right option. Medical Oncologist Christopher Marsh says unless you have high risk factors and have tested positively for certain genetic mutations -- as was the case for Angelina Jolie -- then a double mastectomy is not a good idea. For one woman, Jenise Kaliszewski, a cancer patient who had cancer in one breast but chose to get both breasts removed, she says it was the greatest decision she's ever made. Doctor Marsh says the best way to prevent yourself from getting cancer is to get your regular screenings, Mammograms, breast exams, pap smears and colonoscopies.
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La Grange, Kentucky USA - Virtual Railfan LIVE
 
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Started streaming on July 11, 2017 Welcome to Virtual Railfan, please read this important info. This is a live stream of La Grange, Kentucky USA, for people who enjoy watching trains. You are welcome to join our family friendly chat, but keep in mind that there’s a community with rules already established. Please check them out below. North Cam: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8OE1aS91yvQ South Cam: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8qRj7Hnz8UA Audio feed for the CSX LCL Sub: https://www.broadcastify.com/listen/feed/28024/web. Thank you, Ken! A HUGE thanks to Andy Work @ Laser Technologies for hosting these cams. We would also like to thank the City of La Grange for their assistance in this location, with a special thanks to Mayor Joe Davenport and Tom Haus. Visit their website: http://www.lagrangemainstreet.org/ Duplication or distribution of our videos is strictly prohibited without permission. CHAT RULES: • Be polite and respectful • Use English, we need a single language to be able to understand each other. If you’re not fluent, please use a translator such as Google Translate: https://translate.google.com • Don’t post in ALL CAPS or use excessive emojis, letters or characters. • Don’t discuss politics, religion, race, sex, violence, disturbing details about train or vehicle accidents, or anything like that. We try to be mindful of any children who may be watching. • Don't use the terms "foamer" or "foaming" in your comments or your username. Many railfans find them derogatory and offensive. • The conversation here is trains, and please remember that it needs to come first. Off topic conversation such as music, sports, jokes, etc. is fine, but it must be kept in balance with on topic. • Please keep conversations of personal issues (medical, domestic, legal, etc.) out of the chat; take it to messaging or email. Remember, you are sharing information with hundreds of people, not just those directly involved in the chat. • Don’t ask to become a moderator. It’s earned. If we’re interested in your assistance, we will contact you. • Just be nice, it’s amazing what happens when we’re all nice to each other. THINGS THAT WILL GET YOU BANNED: • Inappropriate usernames • Profanity • Asking for subscriptions (subs) • Being intentionally disruptive, creating arguments or any other jerk-like behavior • Not following the moderators’ instructions ABOUT THIS FEED: The town of La Grange, Kentucky, in Eastern Kentucky, is located on the CSX LCL Subdivision, at milepost 26.8. The LCL Sub is the former Louisville & Nashville Railroad (L&N) "Short Line", originally the Louisville, Cincinnati & Lexington Railroad. On the (default) north camera can be seen the signal at the south end of La Grange siding, at milepost 27.0, and the siding is 8,330 feet in length (the north end of the siding is at milepost 28.8). In regards to that signal and approaching northbound trains, if the train is lined into the siding the signal with have a red-over-lunar (white) aspect, and if it's lined through on the main track the signal with display either a green-over-red or yellow (amber)-over-red aspect. The town gets 20-25+ CSX freight trains daily. It’s a designated quiet zone, but the crew can use the horns at their discretion. The speed limit for trains as they enter the street-running portion is 10 miles per hour (MPH), until the engines have cleared said street-running, at which point they are allowed to increase their speed to 20 MPH. There is no Amtrak service here. The last regularly scheduled passenger train on this line was the L&N's "Pan-American" in 1971. There is an ATCS layout available, but there is no server (data) coverage available, as CSX has transitioned away from radio code line (RCL) for switch-and-signal control, to satellite for switch-and-signal, with cellular/telephony backups. RCL is essential for ATCS data availability. There are 2 cameras available. The default camera faces north, and the other camera faces south. Desktop users can use the suitcase icon at the bottom of the video to toggle between the cams. For other devices, you can access the South cam here: https://youtu.be/8qRj7Hnz8UA When’s the next train? Yeah, we get this a lot. There’s no schedule for freight, but some of our more knowledgeable members will provide real-time information when it’s available. Please refrain from asking. ABOUT VIRTUAL RAILFAN: Virtual Railfan currently has 33 cams from 3 countries. Visit our website for memberships, more free cams, and our own live chat. Thanks for stopping by, we’re glad you’re here! Website: http://virtualrailfan.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/virtualrailfan/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/virtual_railfan Know a good location for a camera? We’d love to hear! Please email us at sales@virtualrailfan.com. If you have any contacts in the area, please let us know.
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Discover the Overlake Cancer Center
 
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Dr. Kristi Harrington, Medical Director, Cancer Services, provides a tour of the new Overlake Cancer Center.
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Sanjay Gupta and Katie Couric at MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston
 
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Dr Sanjay Gupta and Katie Couric were at MD Anderson in The Texas Medical Center in Houston, TX to highlight what the Cancer Center is doing to help humanity.
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Cancer Strikes a Small Town
 
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A family in Waycross, Georgia, talks about living with childhood cancer. To learn more, see our special report: Cancer Strikes a Small Town: http://wb.md/2eATVqQ Subscribe to WebMD here: https://www.youtube.com/user/WebMD Follow WebMD here: Website: http://webmd.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WebMD/ Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/webmd/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/WebMD Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/webmd/
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MedEd: Dermatology
 
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On Wednesday, November 2, 2016, we were joined by Dr. Elizabeth R. Marsh. Program Director, Joshua Herbert, MD, Darien Library, and Stamford Hospital, cordially invite the public to attend this five week series of lectures that mimic the structure of the medical school experience. Each night will focus on one topic and cover the anatomy, function, common disease states, and available treatments. The physicians are board certified in their area of speciality and leaders in their fields. Dr. Marsh will speak on skin cancer, sunscreens, and simple skin care to "freshen not frighten." About the Presenter Elizabeth R. Marsh, MD attended NYU School of Medicine completing her residency in Dermatology at Cornell Medical Center where she was Chief Resident from 1996-1997. Her board certification is from the American Board of Dermatology.
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Drive Your Cancer Research from Lab to Market with NCI SBIR
 
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The National Cancer Institute’s Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Development Center provides special funding opportunities for small businesses through the Small Business Innovation Research/Small Business Technology Transfer program, one of the nation’s largest sources of financing for technology innovation. On June 14 at 1pm ET, join Michael Weingarten, Director of the NCI SBIR Development Center, and previous SBIR awardees Aruna Gambhir, CEO of CellSight Technologies and Guy Diperro, Founder of Chrono Therapeutics, as they discuss funding opportunities and entrepreneurial support provided by the NCI SBIR Development Center. http://www.cancer.gov/research
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HMB Explosion.mov
 
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Implosion of the Houston Main Building (Former Prudential Building) at M. D. Anderson Cancer Center in Houston on January 8, 2012
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Dermatologist, Kathleen M. Joyce, M.D.
 
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Dr. Kathleen Joyce with Adult and Pediatric Dermatology discusses her services and expertise regarding general dermatology including skin cancer care, acne, eczema, psoriasis.
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BBC Surgeons 02
 
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Overview of HLH - Dr. Michael Jordan, MD
 
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Dr. Jordan gives an overview of hemophagocytic lymphohistiocytosis (HLH), its symptoms, diagnosis and treatment. Questions: What is HLH? What is the difference between adults with HLH, children with secondary HLH and children with primary HLH? What are the treatments for HLH? What are the phases of treatment for HLH? What are the long-term effects of the disease and its treatment? What are the side effects of liver transplant and bone marrow transplant?
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Jan Rothman, MD on Electronic Cigarettes
 
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In an interview by Action News 24, Jan Rothman, MD, Medical Oncologist and Hematologist at The Regional Cancer Center, weighs in on the use of electronic cigarettes.
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Pediatric Hematology/Oncology - R. Nagasubramanian, MD - Nemours Children's Hospital
 
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Known by patients and families as "Dr. Naga", Ramamoorthy Nagasubramanian, MD is Division Chief of the Nemours Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders at Nemours Children's Hospital in Orlando, Florida. Dr. Naga is dedicated to giving patients the best treatment possible, to researching ways to improve outcomes for children with cancer and blood diseases, and to being an advocate for patients and families. His areas of expertise include: Bone Tumors Hematology (Blood Disorders) Leukemias Lymphoma Oncology (Cancer Care) Sickle Cell Disease Brain Tumors Hemophilia Soft Tissue Sarcomas Anemia Bone Marrow Failure Hemolytic Anemia Hemophagocytic Lymphohistiocytosis Liver Tumors Neuroblastoma Neurocutaneous Syndrome Neutropenia Retinoblastoma (Eye Tumor) Thrombocytopenia Thrombocytosis For appointments, please call : (407) 650-7715
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Pulmonology and Critical Care: Michael Marsh, MD
 
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Meet pulmonologist and critical care doctor Michael Marsh, MD, part of Martin Health Physician Group. Learn about pulmonology at Martin Health and request an appointment online at https://martinhealth.org/pulmonology. Subscribe to our channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrx_TEz_qFcD0d4MFybiV2Q Follow Martin Health System on social media: Facebook: facebook.com/martinhealthsystem Twitter: @martin_health Instagram: MartinHealthSystem
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Nutrition and exercise for cancer risk reduction
 
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Learn MD Anderson’s recommendations on how to reduce your cancer risk by eating healthy and being physically active. Find out more information at http://www.mdanderson.org/patient-and-cancer-information/cancer-information/cancer-topics/prevention-and-screening/index.html Request an appointment at MD Anderson by calling 1-877-632-6789 or online at: https://my.mdanderson.org/RequestAppointment?cmpid=youtube_appointment_prevention_diet
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The Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center’s groundbreaking event
 
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The Sidney Kimmel Comprehensive Cancer Center at Johns Hopkins held a groundbreaking event on Sept. 10, 2015 on a new $100 million, 184,000-square-foot cancer care building at one of the highest elevations in East Baltimore. Slated to open in late 2017, the building is named for Albert P. “Skip” Viragh Jr., a Maryland mutual fund investment leader, philanthropist and pancreatic cancer patient treated at Johns Hopkins who died of the disease in 2003 at age 62. The Skip Viragh Outpatient Cancer Building will provide clinical services to patients with solid tumors, accounting for more than 180 current patients daily and 60 to 80 new patients each week. http://www.hopkinscancer.org
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Meet the Researcher: David Lott, M.D.
 
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David Lott, M.D., Assistant Professor of Otolaryngology, presents “Harnessing the Power of Regenerative Medicine for Head and Neck Reconstruction.” This informal presentation was given to an audience in the Mayo Clinic Research Information Center in Rochester, Minn. April 16, 2015. View this video to learn more about the need for novel larynx and trachea reconstruction techniques and the important role regenerative medicine plays in this process. These novel approaches promise to restore breathing, swallowing and voice to millions of people. Learn more about the Mayo Clinic Center for Regenerative Medicine: http://www.mayo.edu/research/centers-programs/center-regenerative-medicine/?mc_id=youtube Learn more about the Research Information Center: http://www.mayo.edu/research/about/information-center/?mc_id=youtube
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Radio interview with Layla's father and Texas Children's pediatric oncologist Dr. Heidi Russell
 
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When Layla Grace Marsh was only 18 months old, she was diagnosed with neuroblastoma, a rare cancer that develops from nerve tissue in infants. Throughout ten months, Layla went through several rounds of chemotherapy, radiation, transfusions, surgeries, and bone marrow transplants. On March 9th 2010, Layla passed away at 2 years old, and her fight against the horrible disease ended. See the radio interview with Layla's father and Texas Children's Hospital pediatric oncologist Dr. Heidi Russell on the Roula and Ryan Show on 104 KRBE. They discuss Layla's cancer journey and spread the word about Layla's cancer, neuroblastoma. The full audio feed will be available on www.krbe.com. About the Neuroblastoma Program at Texas Children’s Cancer and Hematology Centers http://txch.org/patient-resources/disease-information/solid-tumors/neuroblastoma/ About Dr. Heidi Russell http://www.texaschildrens.org/Locate/Doctors/Heidi-Voelker-Russell,-M-D-/
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Dr. James Marsh, Cardiologist - UAMS
 
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Dr. James Marsh is an internal medicine physician who specializes in the field of cardiology. He treats a wide range of conditions, including coronary artery disease and strokes. To schedule an appointment, please visit http://www.uamshealth.com/appointment.
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Tamara Dunn sings at Stanford cancer center
 
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At Last for the hematology & oncology patients with Jeff Buenz on guitar.
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Burzynski: Cancer Is Serious Business | Full Documentary | CANCER CURE
 
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- Donate to this project's director, Eric Merola, via BITCOIN: 18748vv4D1oEvNxiS37GwF7Y5SuZY59hC9 - What? You don't have any bitcoin yet? Get some, seriously: https://www.coinbase.com/join/59e52cee7409e20221855bf0 More: http://www.burzynskimovie.com/ About the director: http://merolaproductions.com/eric-merola-bio/ A 2016 updated version of this story: http://estore.burzynskimovie.com/ More info http://www.burzynskimovie.com Directed by Eric Merola http://www.ericmerola.com Learn more about the director: http://merolaproductions.com/eric-merola-bio Burzynski, the Movie is an internationally award-winning documentary originally released in 2010 (with an Extended Edition released in 2011) that tells the true story of a medical doctor and Ph.D biochemist named Dr. Stanislaw Burzynski who won the largest, and possibly the most convoluted and intriguing legal battle against the Food & Drug Administration in American history. His victorious battles with the United States government were centered around Dr. Burzynski's gene-targeted cancer medicines he discovered in the 1970's called Antineoplastons, which have currently completed Phase II FDA-supervised clinical trials in 2009 and has been given permission by the FDA to begin the final phase of FDA testing--randomized controlled clinical trials. When Antineoplastons are approved, it will mark the first time in history a single scientist, not a pharmaceutical company, will hold the exclusive patent and distribution rights on a paradigm-shifting medical breakthrough. Antineoplastons are responsible for curing some of the most incurable forms of terminal cancer. Various cancer survivors are presented in the film who chose these medicines instead of surgery, chemotherapy or radiation - with full disclosure of medical records to support their diagnosis and recovery - as well as systematic (non-anecdotal) FDA-supervised clinical trial data comparing Antineoplastons to other available treatments—which is published within the peer-reviewed medical literature. One form of cancer - diffuse, intrinsic, childhood brainstem glioma has never before been cured in any scientifically controlled clinical trial in the history of medicine. Antineoplastons hold the first cures in history - dozens of them. [ Read completely Phase 2 clinical trial reports and other pee-reviewed data on Antineoplastons: http://burzynskimovie.com/index.php/component/content/article/166 ] This documentary takes the audience through the treacherous, yet victorious, 14-year journey both Dr. Burzynski and his patients have had to endure in order to obtain FDA-approved clinical trials of Antineoplastons. Dr. Burzynski resides and practices medicine in Houston, Texas. He was able to initially produce and administer his discovery without FDA-approval from 1977-1995 because the state of Texas at this time did not require that Texas physicians be required to adhere to Federal law in this situation. This law has since been changed. As with anything that changes current-day paradigms, Burzynski's ability to successfully treat incurable cancer with such consistency has baffled the industry. Ironically, this fact had prompted numerous investigations by the Texas Medical Board, who relentlessly took Dr. Burzynski as high as the state supreme court in their failed attempt to halt his practices. Likewise, the Food and Drug Administration engaged in four Federal Grand Juries spanning over a decade attempting to indict Dr. Burzynski, all of which ended in no finding of fault on his behalf. Finally, Dr. Burzynski was indicted in their 5th Grand Jury in 1995, resulting in two federal trials and two sets of jurors finding him not guilty of any wrongdoing. If convicted, Dr. Burzynski would have faced a maximum of 290 years in a federal prison and $18.5 million in fines. However, what was revealed a few years after Dr. Burzynski won his freedom, helps to paint a more coherent picture regarding the true motivation of the United States government's relentless persecution of Stanislaw Burzynski, M.D., Ph.D. Note: When Antineoplastons are approved for public use, it will allow a single scientist to hold an exclusive right to manufacture and sell these medicines on the open market—potentially leaving the pharmaceutical industry absent in profiting from the most effective gene-targeted cancer treatment the world has ever seen.
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Neurosurgeon Yaron A. Moshel, MD
 
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Dr. Moshel discusses brain tumor surgery. Learn more about brain cancer and brain tumor surgery at Jefferson: http://sm.tjuh.org/LWy
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Steven Gitelis, MD
 
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Orthopedic oncologist Steven Gitelis, MD, is director of the Section of Orthopedic Oncology and associate chairman of the Department of Orthopedic Surgery at Rush University Medical Center. A professor at Rush Medical College, he holds the Rush University Orthopedic Oncology Chair. He is also director of the Rush Center for Limb Preservation. He is an internationally known expert and pioneer in limb-sparing surgical procedures. He is also known for launching Chicago's first bone transplant program at Rush and for performing the first successful transplant of live cartilage in Chicago.
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The West Virginia University Rockefeller Neuroscience Institute
 
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A brief introduction of WVU’s new Rockefeller Neuroscience Institute with interviews of Gordon Gee, Ali Rezai, Albert Wright, and Clay Marsh.
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Faces of UAMS: Dr.  Matthew Steliga
 
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Meet Dr. Matthew Steliga, M.D., thoracic surgery at the UAMS Rockefeller Cancer Institute. He enjoys the team approach of cancer treatment at UAMS and works diligently in support of smoking cessation as part of his treatment plan. Dr. Steliga feels that UAMS is making great strides in treating lung cancer and is rewarded by seeing more long term survivors.
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Dr. Brian Druker: "Anatomy of a Breakthrough in Targeted Cancer Treatments" | Talks at Google
 
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Brian Druker, winner of the Lasker Prize and Director of the Knight Cancer Institute, is one of the developers of Gleevec, a triumph of rational, science-driven drug design and targeted cancer therapy. Originally developed to treat chronic myeloid leukemia, Gleevec is now used in more than 10 indications by hundreds of thousands of adults and children each year. The Knight Cancer Institute, which Brian leads, is devoted to development of personalized cancer therapies. Supported by a recent billion dollar fundraising effort and state bond measure, its new focus is the early detection of cancer. Moderated by Vik Bajaj.
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Transplant and Treatment for Older Patients with Aplastic Anemia
 
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Dr. Judith Marsh, Kings College Hospital, discusses transplant and treatment for older patients with aplastic anemia. Presented at AAMDSIF 2016 Scientific Symposium, March 2016.
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Warrior Walk to benefit Wilmot Cancer Institute
 
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The Warrior Walk is an event to celebrate life beyond cancer and raise funds for the Wilmot Cancer Institute's Judy DiMarzo Cancer Survivorship Program. Alicia Coffin, M.S.N., R.N., O.C.N., from the Wilmot Cancer Institute's Judy DiMarzo Cancer Survivorship Program and Bethany Marsh, adolescent and young adult cancer survivorship specialist for Wilmot Cancer Institute's Judy DiMarzo Cancer Survivorship Program as well as a cancer survivor honoree at this year's Warrior Walk, join us on Good Day Rochester. Event details: Warrior Walk Sunday, June 14 University of Rochester's River Campus Certified 5K, certified 10K and a 1-mile walk
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Doctor talks dangers that remain after flood waters recede
 
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Residents will face potential hazards from Hurricane Florence even after flood waters are gone; Dr. Nicole Saphier shares advice.
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September 2014 Heart of MD Anderson
 
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Every morning Emroy Tate comes to work with a smile, and every evening he goes home with a smile. “Tate is always smiling,” says Alonzo Gonzalez, facilities properties director, Facilities Management Patient Care and Prevention Facilities Building Care and Operations. “People can learn from his attitude.” With 33 years of service, it’s his co-workers and our patients who keep him energized about his job. “Improving our patients’ experiences is the driving force behind every decision he makes on the job,” says Frances Snipes, program manager, Volunteer Services. “He assists our patients, caregivers and staff the same way that he’d help his own family and friends: thoughtfully and thoroughly.” For his strong work ethic, caring nature and positive attitude, Tate is receiving the September Heart of MD Anderson Outstanding Employee Award. As a floor technician, Tate is responsible for making sure our floors stay clean. But when his team is short-staffed, he also helps with other housekeeping duties, like emptying the trash. “We’re all here to work together, and that’s what I’m here for,” Tate says. Even though most of his work is done behind the scenes or after hours, what he accomplishes makes a difference to patients. “A clean facility is a safe facility, and that translates into a great experience for our patients and their families,” says co-worker Terri Jason, a work control coordinator. With more than three decades working in the same department, Tate knows MD Anderson and facilities work like the back of his hand. He finds ways to share his knowledge with others and often helps train new staff. His reason for doing so is simple. “Others passed it down to me, and now I pass it on,” he says. Tate is also involved in setting up events and displays in public spaces, like The Park. If you’ve ever participated in a blood drive or browsed a jewelry sale in the Main Building, you’ve seen Tate’s work. He also often works alongside Quinn Franklin, child life program manager, and her co-workers in Pediatrics and Volunteer Services to create experiences for our youngest patients and their families. Tate helps set up annual holiday events, like the Gingerbread House, Pediatric Fall Festival, and special events like Camp For All 2U and the Teddy Bear Clinic. “He’s always asking how he can help you and does more than you ask for,” Franklin says. “He reminds me of why we’re here and that it’s all about service to others,” says Bob Saladino, a facilities customer advocate. For Tate, it’s all about our patients. “Sometimes they’re not feeling well, so if I can help brighten their day or occupy their time for a minute, that makes me feel good,” he says with a smile. http://www.mdanderson.org/
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Overview of HLH (en Español) - Dr. Carlos Rodriguez-Galindo, MD
 
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Dr. Carlos Rodriguez-Galindo gives an overview of hemophagocytic lymphohistiocytosis in Spanish. ¿Qué es la Histiocitosis Linfohistiocitica (HLH)? ¿Cuáles son los síntomas de la HLH? ¿Cómo se diagnostic la HLH? ¿Cuáles son los tratamientos para la HLH? ¿Cuáles son los efectos tardíos de la enfermedad y su tratamiento? ¿Hay curacón para ellos?
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Meet Our Doc: Mike Handler, MD, Neurosurgery
 
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Associate Surgeon-in-Chief Dr. Mike Handler wants his patients and their families to feel personally connected to him in order to make their treatment more comfortable. Learn more about his hope for his patients and why this all-star neurosurgeon likes working with his team. Dr. Handler is also the McMurry Seebaum Chair in Pediatric Neurosurgery. To learn more about the Neuroscience Institute at Children's Hospital Colorado, visit childrenscolorado.org/neuro
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Cancer Information Specialist: Sarah
 
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The American Cancer Society’s National Cancer Information Center provides information and support to those facing cancer 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Cancer Information Specialist Sarah Smith talks about HOW she helps people daily. If you need information or support, call us at 800.227.2345 or visit us at cancer.org.
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Investigating the physiological process of emotional imagery and memory
 
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Duncan Family Institute helps Francesco Versace test the relationships between negative affect and the maintenance of smoking behavior, cessation and relapse.
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Dr. Mercola Interviews Dr. Northrup (Full Interview)
 
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http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2013/04/21/breast-health-tips.aspx Natural health expert and Mercola.com founder Dr. Joseph Mercola interviews Dr. Christiane Northrup, about breast cancer and mammography. Dr. Northrup also talks about disease screening as health care.
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Breast Cancer Advice for Newly Diagnosed Patients
 
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Being diagnosed with breast cancer can be a life-altering journey that is both scary and confusing. Breast cancer survivor, Wendy Hartley, chose to see what would most people would call a negative situation and turned it into a optimistic way to look at life. She says that you should "Always remember what inspires you. When you are inspired, you are living in spirit." On June 19's Hangout on Air, Wendy Hartley along with her husband Todd and Dr. Jay Harness discuss insights from her first year of breast cancer and provide inspiring advice for those going through this journey. In this live event, which you can watch on-demand, Wendy and Todd Hartley along with Dr. Jay Harness discuss first year breast cancer advice and coping with the emotions that come with it. SUBSCRIBE FOR MORE EXPERT INFORMATION AND BREAKING BREAST CANCER NEWS http://www.youtube.com/user/drjayharness VISIT BREASTCANCERANSWERS.com FOR THE LATEST IN BREAKING BREAST CANCER NEWS http://www.breastcanceranswers.com/news SUBMIT A QUESTION http://www.breastcanceranswers.com/ DOWNLOAD DR. HARNESS' 15 QUESTIONS TO ASK YOUR DOCTOR http://www.breastcanceranswers.com/ CONNECT WITH US! Google+: http://bit.ly/16nhEnr Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BreastCancerAnswers Twitter: https://twitter.com/BreastCancerDr
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My Story: My HLH Journey
 
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In March of 2015 I was diagnosed with HLH. Here is my story. Thank you for watching :)
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Why I Went Into Medicine: Rahim Nazerali, MD, Plastic Surgeon at Stanford
 
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Plastic surgeon Dr. Rahim Nazerali used to have a career in International Health, but wanted to interact more with people—to make more of a concrete difference in their lives. He thought about working in an emergency room or going into orthopaedic surgery, but on his first day of plastic surgery, he realized the difference he could make in patients' lives by giving them a second opportunity to rebuild their confidence and their lives. He knew right away: "I want to do that." Learn more about Dr. Nazerali: https://stanfordhealthcare.org/doctors/n/rahim-nazerali.html Visit: https://stanfordhealthcare.org
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Dr. Robert Bast Discusses Biomarkers for Ovarian Cancer
 
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Robert C. Bast Jr., MD, Vice President for Translational Research, The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, discusses the combination of multiple biomarkers that are currently being researched for the early detection of ovarian cancer. To read more, visit: http://www.onclive.com/onclive-tv/Dr-Bast-Discusses-Biomarkers-for-Ovarian-Cancer
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Dr. Issam Makhoul, UAMS Cancer Institute
 
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Dr. Makhoul is a UAMS cancer doctor who provides individualized treatment plans to serve his patients and help them achieve their goals. . To schedule an appointment, please visit http://www.uamshealth.com/appointment.
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Dr. Rob Marsh 2014 Country Doctor of the Year
 
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Dr. Rob Marsh 2014 Country Doctor of the Year
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Zach ( 60 seconds) - The WVU Cancer Institute
 
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Zach shares his story of how Dr. Wallis Marsh of the WVU Cancer Institute saved his life by removing an eight pound tumor from his liver.
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Марш Света (Алена Беркач)
 
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Приглашаем вас на благотворительную акцию "Марш Света", которая пройдет 27 апреля в парке Valea Morilor (Комсомольское озеро) в 18:30. Все средства, собранные в ходе мероприятия будут направлены для помощи детским онкологическим отделениям! Ваше участие - имеет значение! "Марш Света" - общественная организация "Спаси жизнь" - совместно с компанией "Moldcell". (www.savelife.info) Vă invităm la Marșul Luminii, o acțiune de solidarizare cu cei care înfruntă cancerul. Vă puteți alătura Marșului, donând pe loc minim 20 de lei. În schimb, veți aprinde noaptea cu baloane luminate de 3 culori: alb (în memoria celor care au pierdut lupta cu boala), roz (pentru ca pacienții de cancer, familiile și apropiații lor să-și exprime speranța) și violet (pot fi purtate de toți doritorii pentru a-și arăta solidaritatea). De asemenea, puteți contribui expediind un SMS în valoare de 20 lei la numărul scurt 0445 (valabil exclusiv pentru abonații Moldcell, persoane fizice, în perioada 8 -- 30 aprilie 2013). Toți banii acumulați la Marșul luminii vor fi folosiți pentru a procura echipament de strictă necesitate în secțiile pediatrice ale Institutului Oncologic. Vă așteptăm în parcul Valea Morilor, intrarea de pe str. A. Mateevici (vizavi de Universitatea de Stat)
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Brantley Brooks' HLH Story | Cincinnati Children's
 
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http://www.cincinnatichildrens.org Shannon Brooks, Brantley's mom: "There are no words to describe the joy and the happiness of bringing a child into the world. Especially one as caring and as sweet as Brantley. There’s just nothing else like it." Brantley Brooks entered the world a happy and healthy baby. At just 3 months old, after a week of having what was thought to be a cold, Brantley was admitted to the hospital near his home in Vermont. Blood work sent to Cincinnati Children’s confirmed that Brantley had Hemophagocytic Lymphohistiocytosis (HLH), a life-threatening immunodeficiency. Kyler Brooks, Brantley's dad: "It was definitely a whirlwind of having a child and finding out 3 months later that he had a life-threatening disease that we knew nothing about." Dr. Michael Jordan: "HLH is a disorder of immune regulation when the immune system turns on, it doesn’t really quite know how to turn off. And when they don’t turn off, it makes you extremely sick, and can be fatal if you don’t get immunosuppressive medication." Immediately after being diagnosed, Brantley was air-lifted to Cincinnati Children’s, an HLH center of excellence. Mom: "They said the term 'bone marrow transplant,' and neither of us exactly knew what that entailed, just that it was going to be a very long and hard road ahead of us." Brantley’s road to transplant began with participating in a clinical trial at Cincinnati Children’s that combined chemotherapy and immunosuppressive antibodies as a form of therapy to suppress his immune system. Dr. Jordan: "You need therapy to sort of turn off the overactive immune system that sort of is revving endlessly. A neutron bomb for the immune system. Really just clear the decks in order to turn off the HLH to make it safe to even think about getting to transplant." Dr. Rebecca Marsh: "It’s essentially like if you’re clearing out space for a garden in your yard. You give the chemotherapy to kill what’s already growing there so that you have a place to plant either the new seeds or the new stem cells from your bone marrow donor." Fortunately, Brantley didn’t wait long for a donor match to be made, and received his first bone marrow transplant at just 5 months old. Mom: "Essentially, his entire life was in the hospital. So to him, that was his normal. He handled it very well. The second time around, he was a little bit older. He was 3 when he relapsed in 2015." Dr. Jordan: "The transplants don’t always stick as well as you’d hope. If over time, if the recipient’s marrow tends to outgrow the donor’s bone marrow, then you can get into trouble." Dr. Mash: "You actually become prone to developing HLH again. And so that was unfortunately what happened to Brantley. He was actually home and he actually developed some symptoms that his brain was having some inflammation." Mom: "Brantley started complaining of headaches. He kind of began to lose his balance a little bit. He was not himself." Dr. Marsh: "His doctors there recognized very quickly that that might be HLH coming back in his brain. And that was indeed the case, and so at that point he came back to have a second transplant." Brantley’s previous donor, Don, was able to give of himself yet again so that Brantley could live. Mom: "What do you say to the person that has saved your child’s life three times? I mean, a thank you just doesn’t do it, you know what I mean? It’s because of him that we get to watch our son grow up." Thanks to Brantley's donor, his care team at home and at Cincinnati Children's, Brantley's future looks bright. Dr. Marsh: "I will say he’s a hoot. He’s just kind of a joker, and he’s a cute adorable kid. He’s got definitely a little personality to him." Dad: "Brantley's taught us the value of life. Everything we believe in, the strength we have, it's because of this kid right here. He’s really our rock." Dr. Marsh: "I have no worries about his future. I think he’s in very good hands. He’s got wonderful parents, I think he’s going to have a good life." Mom: "He’s already defied the odds so many times. That as an adult, he’s going to be capable of anything."
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Cancer Information Specialist: Jay
 
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The American Cancer Society’s National Cancer Information Center provides information and support to those facing cancer 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Cancer Information Specialist Jay Ledet talks about WHY he loves working there and HOW he helps people daily. If you need cancer information or support, call us at 800.227.2345 or visit us at cancer.org.
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We are Overlake Hospital Medical Center
 
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This is the winner of our employee video contest celebrating Overlake's 50th anniversary, 1960-2010. Created by Deborah Viggiano.
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Rush's Interventional Platform
 
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The interventional platform in Rush University Medical Center's new hospital provides all of the services a patient and family will need in one location, including operating rooms, diagnostic tools, prep and recovery and procedural rooms. Learn more about the innovative interventional platform concept in this video featuring Bernie Peculis, diagnostics director, general surgeon Keith Millikan, MD, surgical recovery nurse Kim Humbarger, RN, and electrophysiologist Kousik Krishnan, MD.
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Best Dentists in BALTIMORE, MD: PatientFYI--Verified (White Marsh Family Dentistry)
 
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http://www.carerally.com/profile/white-marsh-family-dentistry-baltimore-md-158 Call (410) 931-7133 for White Marsh Family Dentistry - PatientFYI-Verified Visit PatientFYI.com and CareRally.com for a detailed profile, Patient Reviews, Specials, tips, alerts, expert Q&A by White Marsh Family Dentistry, 7939 Honeygo Boulevard, BALTIMORE, MD 21236. Whether you're looking for a simple teeth cleaning, need professional teeth whitening or dental implants in BALTIMORE, MD, White Marsh Family Dentistry is a great choice for you. PatientFYI--Verified Dentists offer state-of-the-art services; including: one hour teeth whitening, dental implants, Invisalign, Lumineers, oral cancer screening, digital x-rays, and custom crafted dentures. They can provide you and your family with great dental hygiene and cosmetic services. Whether you are looking for new crowns or veneers to enhance your smile, a routine cleaning and checkup to prevent gum disease and decay, or even a full-mouth reconstruction or smile makeover to restore your mouth to health and beauty, a PatientFYI -- Verified Dental Practice is always a great choice in BALTIMORE, MD. PatientFYI.com is the best resource for you to learn about Dentists in BALTIMORE, MD and their Patient Reviews, Specials & Coupons, Insurances Accepted, Advanced Technologies & Training -- and so much more.
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