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The place of radical cancer surgery in gynaecological malignancy
 
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To watch the full lecture visit: https://videos.rsm.ac.uk/video/the-place-of-radical-cancer-surgery-in-gynaecological-malignancy About this lecture: Christina Fotopoulou talks on radical surgery, focusing on gynaecology. She examines how the ‘radicality’ of surgery is defined, and the consequences of radical surgery as a treatment. She also covers reconstructive surgery and discusses the impact of country of origin on the efficacy of treatment. This lecture was part of an event called ‘Oncology in obstetrics and gynaecology — state of the art’ at The Royal Society of Medicine in London.
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Letter to a Cancer Patient: Finding Support for Alternative Treatments
 
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Cancer treatment and alternative medicine? Learn about your options for holistic healing from Robyn Openshaw, the Green Smoothie Girl. http://www.greensmoothiegirl.com - Find support for alternative treatments and discover the methods used by naturopathic doctors around the world who believe oncology isn’t the only way. Learn how to be a good support system for patients, what holistic medicine can do, and what 13,000 people did to improve their health in only 26 days. Read Robyn's open letter to a cancer patient here: https://greensmoothiegirl.com/alternative-cancer-treatment/ Here's a note from Robyn: I wrote a blog post recently, that I wanted to share with you. It’s about CANCER. Someone close to you has had cancer. Maybe YOU have. We’ve all seen some very scary things happen due to this disease in our own families. Sometimes it’s the CANCER that we have watched do terrible things to people we love. But sometimes….it’s the treatment. Sometimes we have wondered if the cure….is worse than the disease. I want to share with you a very special blog post I wrote, which is a conversation I had recently, with a woman named Heidi who messaged me, whose close friend had gone through several long rounds of chemotherapy, she had never shown any interest in the more holistic approaches….but now, her oncologist has told Heidi’s friend that there is nothing more he can do for her. If you’ve ever had a conversation with a cancer patient…..if you think you ever will……I think this Letter to a Cancer Patient will be really helpful to you. It’s the very best words of wisdom I have, after interviewing not only over 100 cancer patients, worldwide, who were making DIFFERENT choices than most do…..but also at 19 different clinics, and a couple dozen functional medicine doctors…who see cancer very differently than an oncologist does! ★ SUBSCRIBE to GSG on YouTube by clicking the button above! ★ LIKE GSG on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GreenSmoothieGirl/ Check out http://www.greensmoothiegirl.com for more info, recipes, and Robyn’s blog! ----------------------------------------­--------------------- Statements in this video have not been approved by the FDA and they are not meant to treat, diagnose, prevent or cure any disease.
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Surgeon uses Google Glass during cancer operation
 
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Shafi Ahmed live streams an operation at The Royal London Hospital using a pair of Google Glasses while he removes cancerous tissue from the liver and bowel of a 78-year-old man A surgeon at The Royal London Hospital removed a tumour from the liver and bowel of a patient in the world's first operation streamed live online using a pair of Google Glasses. Mr Shafi Ahmed, Colorectal Cancer Lead at Barts Health NHS Trust, wore the glasses which allowed his view to be broadcast live to 13,000 surgical students around the globe who were able can interact and put their questions directly to him as he performed the operation. The students typed their questions online as they watched, and their queries appeared on the bottom left-hand side of Mr Ahmed's Google Glasses who answered them verbally, transmitted via the online feed. The questions appear to the side of the Google Glass so it does not restrict the surgeon's view. In an online questionnaire, 90 per cent of students who watched the live broadcast said that they wanted this type of learning to be part of the curriculum. Source: ITN Get the latest headlines http://www.telegraph.co.uk/ Subscribe to The Telegraph http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=telegraphtv Like us on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/telegraph.co.uk Follow us on Twitter https://twitter.com/telegraph Follow us on Google+ https://plus.google.com/102891355072777008500/ Telegraph.co.uk and YouTube.com/TelegraphTV are websites of The Daily Telegraph, the UK's best-selling quality daily newspaper providing news and analysis on UK and world events, business, sport, lifestyle and culture.
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Ask an expert: Breast cancer video: More on breast surgery
 
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Want to know more about breast cancer? Dr Nick Plowman, Clinical Oncologist at St Bartholomew's Hospital in London answers some common questions about the symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment of breast cancer.
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Nothing will prepare you for when your child finishes their cancer treatment
 
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Nothing will prepare you for when your child finishes their cancer treatment: https://metro.co.uk/2018/08/16/nothing-will-prepare-child-finishes-cancer-treatment-7847646/. Thanks for watching, subscribe for more videos: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC3bDaRhDkuRGhBzgEsMvFQg?sub_confirmation=1  When your daughter is diagnosed with cancer aged just eight years old, it’s fair to say that panic is one of the emotions that sets in.  It did for me and my husband Darren.  We panicked as soon as we had an inkling that something was seriously wrong, when hearing the word ‘leukaemia’ for the first time, through to being blue-lighted with our daughter Lily to Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) for urgent treatment.  The roller coaster of ups and downs, of good news and bad, throughout cycle after cycle of chemotherapy is relentless.  Add into the mix that you’re in a place full of some of the most poorly children, and it’s an intense environment for anyone.  But despite counting down the days until Lily’s treatment was finished, I was struck by how I felt as I watched her ring the ‘end of treatment bell’ on the Elephant ward at GOSH, and heard her little voice reading out the moving poem that is on the plaque next to the bell.  I was bursting with pride, and with hope for the future.  Ring this bell / Three times well / Its toll to clearly say / My treatment’s done / This course is run / And I’m on my way. To view this video please enable JavaScript, and consider upgrading to a web browser that supports HTML5 video  I had watched Lily deal with four gruelling chemotherapy cycles; during the first cycle alone she spent about 50 days in hospital and I stayed with her while my husband was able to stay in the family accommodation across the road from the hospital.  I had seen my little girl lose her long blonde hair, and as I counted down the days until the end of her treatment, there were moments I tormented myself by wondering whether I could have spotted that she was poorly sooner.  But her doctors reassured me that acute myeloid leukaemia comes on so quickly and moves fast. By the time we got to the hospital, Lily’s leukaemia cells had already matured, which is why it was so important that she start treatment as quickly as possible.  I don’t think that any parent could ever really be prepared for an experience like this and I have immense gratitude to the kind and caring, expert staff.  From the play specialists who helped us break the news of Lily’s diagnosis and got her used to everything from having blood taken to having her dressings changed.  To the nurses, who calmed us down when we arrived on that first night, distressed and scared, and who have been by Lily’s side every day of each cycle since.  To her consultant who explained the diagnosis in simple, gentle terms to us.  If nothing else, this experience has taught me that my daughter’s unbelievable spirit and bubbly personality will shine through no matter what.  She’s been on her scooter in the hospital’s corridors and outside, and when comedian Paul O’Grady visited to film his new ITV series, Little Heroes, she put him through his paces too.  They had such a giggle together and she showed Paul her ‘beads of courage’ – one for each part of her treatment.  She also met Jam #Nothing, #will, #prepare, #when, #your, #child, #finishes, #their, #cancer, #treatment #cancer, #health, #cancertreatment, #kidswithcancer, #littleheroes, #paulo'grady, #children, #childrenwithcancer, #leukaemia, #childillnesses, #Greatormondstreethospital, #GOSH
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9 Amazing Uses Of ASPIRIN That You've Probably Never Heard Of
 
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Salicylic acid has been long used as a pain reliever and anti-inflammatory agent, ably preventing blood clotting and treating heart-related diseases. This salycilic acid is a key ingredient of aspirin, which is commonly used to treat pain and reduce inflammation. It is worth mentioning that aspirin therapy helps prevent cancer, too. According to a recent study published in the Annals of Oncology, taking aspirin may help prevent some types of cancer. The researchers explain that its effects are visible at least three years after the start of use and some benefits appear a few years after stopping the daily aspirin therapy. According to Dr. Jack Cuzick, head of the Centre for Cancer Prevention at Queen Mary’s University of London in the United Kingdom, in those between 50 and 65 started taking aspirin at least 10 years, there would be a 7 % reduction in number of cancers and heart attacks in women and 9% reduction in men. Additionally, aspirin can be used for many different purposes, too. Check them out. 1. Helps with Insect Bites and Stings. 2. Treats Pimples. 3. Rejuvenates the Skin. 4. Treats Calluses. 5. Gets Rid of Dandruff. 6. Restores Hair Color. 7. Eliminates Stains. 8. Eliminates Grease from Cookware. 9. Makes Your Garden Grow. Don’t Forget To Share With Your Friends And Family On Facebook & Google+, As You Might Help Someone In Need.... If You Want More Recipes And Tips, Subscribe to The Channel Now Here : https://goo.gl/t4uBhp → Our Google+ : https://goo.gl/mFLjw6 → Our Facebook : https://goo.gl/4vzUWE - More Health Tips Playlist Here : https://goo.gl/MRG1hx - More Beauty Tips Playlist Here : https://goo.gl/z4cbju - More Wonderful Life Playlist Here : https://goo.gl/e7pZKm DISCLAIMER: The information provided on this channel and its videos is for general purposes only and should not be considered as professional advice. We are trying to provide a perfect, valid, specific, detailed information .we are not a licensed professional so make sure with your professional consultant in case you need. Images licensed under CC: www.pixabay.com www.flickr.com www.pexels.com en.wikipedia.org commons.wikimedia.org www.publicdomainpictures.net Some images downloaded from shutterstock.com.
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Best Rhinoplasty Surgeon Birmingham UK
 
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Best rhinoplasty surgeon Birmingham UK – Guy Sterne http://www.consultantplasticsurgeon.co.uk/ is a leading cosmetic surgeon working from the Midlands. The NHS City Hospital is his base where he predominantly specializes in Reconstructive Breast surgeries. He also performs clinical procedures for skin cancers and undertakes gynae-oncology reconstructions. Additionally, he practices in 3 private practices in Gloucester, Worcester and Halesowen nearby to Birmingham. In 1988 Mr. Sterne qualified from the Medical School of Birmingham before beginning specialised trainings in cosmetic plastic surgery. He has also garnered two years of research and earned a Hunterian Professorship and Doctorate of Medicine within the Royal College Surgeons. Mr. Sterne is trained in all types of cosmetic surgeries including facial rhinoplasty surgery, facelifts, eyelids, endoscopic brow lifts and nose reshaping. Alongside this comes experience in tummy tucks, labial surgery and liposuction. Best rhinoplasty surgeon Birmingham UK. There are a variety of nose features that can be changed including, nose shortening and lengthening, making nostrils smaller, narrowing of the nose, lowering an upturned nose, making the tip less bulbous, and lifting a dropping tip. Additionally, surgical nose procedures can repair the cartilage inside the nose by straightening to improve nasal airways. Such procedures are known as septorhinoplasty. In addition to altering the external appearance of the nose, the cartilage inside the nose can be straightened to improve the nasal airways. This procedure is called a septorhinoplasty. Understanding the limitations of rhinoplasty surgery Realistic expectations and patience are required before contemplating rhinoplasty surgery from one of the best surgeons in Birmingham or the UK. Every nose has distinct differences in skin tension, skin thickness, stiffness of cartilage, previous nose injuries and underlying scar tissues. This means every procedure will react in its own unique way. Therefore, no cosmetic rhinoplasty nose surgery can guarantee the outcome. For more information contact Mr Sterne’s private practice for further information or to arrange a free, no obligation consultation. Telephone 0121 361 8008 or email info@guysterne.co.uk http://www.consultantplasticsurgeon.co.uk/ West Midlands Private Hospital, Colman Hill, Halesowen, Birmingham B63 2AH #rhinoplastysurgerybirmingham #nosesurgerybirmingham #bestrhinoplastysurgeonbirminghamuk
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Breaking News  - One woman's journey to find a spa that would admit her despite industry wide health
 
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Last year I became someone that terrifies the beauty industry. No longer could I book a spa appointment for a facial or massage without the likely possibility I’d be turned away at the door, left utterly humiliated.My best medicine has always been a day of pampering.Until, that is, December 2016, when I was diagnosed with breast cancer and my body suddenly became unworthy.Before my illness, I’d breeze through the obligatory pre-treatment questionnaire and tick the ‘No’ box that asked about medications or a history of cancer.Now I, along with two million other Britons, must answer Yes. And that – according to beauty therapist organisation TPOT – makes me unwelcome in 70 per cent of UK spas.The myth that massage can spread cancer cells or flush essential medications from the body is nonsensical.Even oncology centres such as St Bartholomew’s in London offer complimentary massage therapies from specially trained staff. Fortunately, I recently moved to Yorkshire and found a luxury retreat in Harrogate that welcomes cancer patients.I was diagnosed with stage one, oestrogen- receptive breast cancer after a mammogram. The tumour – less than 1cm – was removed along with two lymph nodes under my right arm. I didn’t need chemotherapy as it hadn’t yet spread, but had three weeks of radiotherapy to kill off any stray cells. I now have annual mammograms and take Tamoxifen to block oestrogen from encouraging the growth of breast cancer cells. The emotional scars have been the toughest to bear, so taking regular time out for myself has become increasingly important.SET IN 300 acres of Yorkshire countryside is Rudding Park, named Best New Spa in the UK by the Good Spa Guide 2017. There are indoor and outdoor heated pools, a rooftop Jacuzzi, foot spas, steam and sauna rooms. Restaurant food is inspired by a kitchen garden.Jennifer Young is a microbiologist and nutritional therapist who in 2009 created Defiant Beauty, a skincare range for those with cancer. She worked with chemo nurses for two years to develop products.She says: ‘I get cross when I hear people are turned away from spas because they’ve had cancer. It’s a time when maintaining a sense of normality is so important.’Ingredients in Defiant Beauty products are kept to a minimum, with oils such as evening primrose avoided in order to escape the potentially harmful effect of plant oestrogen.I opted for a 50-minute Blissful Facial (£80), using products from the Beyond Beauty range, and a manicure (£50) designed for nails damaged by chemo and radiotherapy. Massages and pedicures are also available.Speak to one of the spa’s six specialists about your stage of cancer care before booking.I left relaxed, rejuvenated and hopeful that more UK spas may learn from Jennifer’s approach so that therapists needn’t be scared of me any more. AutoNews- Source: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-5669499/One-womans-journey-spa-admit-despite-industry-wide-health-fear-myths.html?ITO=1490&ns_mchannel=rss&ns_campaign=1490
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BAOMS ASM 2012 - Oncological Craniofacial Surgery
 
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Speaker: Barrie T Evans, Consultant Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon, Southampton General Hospital Session: Symposium - The Brain Behind the Face Event: Annual Scientific Meeting of the British Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons (BAOMS) Date: 20 - 22 June 2012 Location: Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre, London
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Swedish television interview with Dr Alexander Börve on iDoc24 teledermoscopy study (2011)
 
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Swedish television (SVT) news report on tele-dermatology study on skin cancer patients. The study involved family doctors sending in suspicious skin cancer lesions to dermatologists using the iDoc24 app and a dermoscope iPhone attachment. In Swedish with English subtitles.
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What Could Go Wrong After Having Dermal Fillers?
 
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Today we're tackling the taboo topic of what could go wrong when having dermal fillers injected. 📖 More information: 📖 Dermal fillers have become popular during recent years for their use in famous lip transformations (we're looking at you, Kylie!) More and more people are turning to the injectable for a bit of help looking lovelier, and today I'm talking about the risks you should bear in mind before deciding to go ahead with the treatment. Today, I'm going to be putting a bit of filler in our models jaw. ☎️ Want to come and see us for a treatment at our clinic in Knightstbridge, London? contact our office on 020 3695 5400 or hello@thelovelyclinic.co.uk. ☎️ 💕 Want more of our lovely content? Follow us: 💕 Website: www.thelovelyclinic.co.uk Twitter: @thelovelyclinic Facebook: www.facebook.com/TheLovelyClinic Instagram: @thelovelyclinic 👩 People in this video: 👩 Dr Sarah Tonks: www.thelovelyclinic.co.uk This video contains no sponsored content. Products in these videos have been either purchased myself or are PR samples. I regularly am sent products to test out, I am under no obligation to give them a positive review. Any paid for content will be disclosed in description boxes and blog posts. Please note that any references to prescription only medicines are for information and education only, this is not an advertisement for any product, prescription only medicine, treatment or clinic. You must seek medical advice before embarking on any course of treatment. The views expressed on this channel are the author's own and provided for informational purposes only. The author makes no warranties about the suitability of any product or treatment referenced or reviewed here for any person other than herself and any reliance placed on these reviews or references by you is done solely at your own risk. Nothing on this channel shall be construed as providing dermatological, medical or other such advice. Patients have given consent for filming and sharing on all social media channels for educational purposes. Please do not use or distribute images from my channel without written permission.
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Oxford Brain Tumour Day
 
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An opportunity for patients, relatives and health professionals to find out more about brain tumours and what clinical researchers in Oxford are doing to improve diagnosis and care.
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Brain Tumour Meningioma Hussien El-Maghraby
 
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Mr Hussien El-Maghraby MBBS, MS (General Surgery), FRCS (Edinburgh), MD (Neurosurgery), FRCS (Surgical Neurology) Consultant Neurosurgeon and Spinal surgeon For more information or to make a referral, please contact: PA: Mrs Anita Vicars on 0044 7506 845310. Website: www.centralenglandneurosurgery.com Neurosurgery The Trust's Neurosciences Unit is the regional centre for the diagnosis, treatment and care of patients with a wide range of neurological and neurosurgical conditions such as Epilepsy, Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson's Disease, head injuries, spinal disease, vascular disorders and tumours of the nervous system. The unit has a strong reputation for providing high standards of surgical, medical and nursing care to patients across Coventry, Warwickshire and beyond. Building on its success and in order to meet increasing demands for the unit's neurosurgical services, major investment has been made which has enabled further expansion of specialist services and the development of highly skilled specialist nurses. Neurosurgery Over 2000 neurosurgical procedures are performed each year by the 5 strong consultant team. All of our consultants have varying specialist interests and the unit covers all aspects of neurosurgical practice. Speciality of the month - neurosurgery My name is Mr Hussien El-Maghraby. I'm a Consultant Neurosurgeon at UHCW NHS Trust. My training and accreditation as a neurosurgeon was via the London University training scheme. I gained experience in working in a number of hospitals in London including the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery, King's College Hospital, the Royal Free Hospital and Hammersmith Hospital. My main clinical interest is minimally invasive neurosurgery, either head surgery or spinal surgery. When I talk about minimally invasive surgery, I mean that the surgical exposure is as small as possible and is safe to deal with the underlying medical problem. It's important to note that the advances that we make in neurosurgery are only made possible with the help of all the teams at UHCW. These include maxillofacial, radiology, head and neck surgeons, theatre staff, ear nose and throat, anaesthetics, intensive care and the staff nurses on the wards. During spinal surgery, we use a system called 'the matrix' which is a system of probes that progressively open up tracks to allow removal of disc bulges. This may be combined with fusion of the spine through keyhole exposure. Recent examples that have taken place at the Trust of this type of procedure on patients are Richard Clutterbuck and Emma Bexson. With spinal surgery most patients will be up and about one day after surgery, and will go on to leave hospital in 2-3 days and return to normal daily activities within a week or two. With brain surgery we can remove large tumours through incisions of around 3-4 centimetres using microscopes, endoscopes and neuro-navigation (the same as having a sat nav for the brain!). Patients will leave hospital in three to four days after major surgery. We have had a recent examples of this type of surgery including Bob McCarrol and Ian Bradley. I see neurosurgery becoming less invasive with the development of new technology and instruments, which will make live easier and safer for our patients. Services Neurosurgery is based at University Hospital and is led by a team of internationally renowned consultants who have special interests in the following areas: • Complex spinal surgery for tumours, trauma and degenerative disease • Pituitary surgery with close cooperation with the Department of Endocrinology • Neuro-vascular surgery including cerebral aneurysms and arterio-venous malformations • Trigeminal neuralgia and other facial pain syndromes • Peripheral nerve conditions • Neuro-stimulation re spinal cord stimulation for pain • Neuro-oncology with all types of brain tumours treated • Neuro-endoscopy • Head injury and spinal injuries
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Christie Hospital Manchester
 
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Breast Augmentation with Dr. Paul Tulley
 
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Paul Tulley is a Consultant Plastic, Reconstructive and Cosmetic Surgeon practising in London and the South East. He specialises in all aspects of cosmetic surgery, surgery for facial palsy and breast reconstruction. Paul graduated from Charing Cross and Westminster Medical School, London in 1993 and completed his early general surgical training at Charing Cross and University College Hospitals, becoming a fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons in 1997. He commenced his plastic surgical training at Mount Vernon Hospital, initially as a research fellow at the RAFT Institute of Plastic Surgery. Paul was awarded an MD by the University of London in 2001 for his research in the use of gene therapy for the treatment of malignant melanoma. He subsequently completed specialist registrar training in plastic surgery at a number of London teaching hospitals on the Pan-Thames Plastic Surgery programme, joining the GMC specialist register for plastic surgery in 2007. Paul subsequently undertook further specialist training in microsurgical reconstruction during fellowships in Taipei, Taiwan and Toronto. He gained additional experience in cosmetic surgery during a cosmetic fellowship at the Wellington Hospital, London and further training in the United States. He has trained with many of the leading aesthetic surgeons in the United Kingdom and the USA. His main areas of interest are surgery for facial palsy (facial reanimation), breast reconstruction and all areas of cosmetic surgery. These include facial rejuvenation, rhinoplasty, cosmetic breast surgery, liposuction and body contouring procedures. Professional Memberships General Medical Council: www.gmc-uk.org/ Royal College of Surgeons of England: www.rcseng.ac.uk/ British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons : www.baaps.org.uk/ American Society of Plastic Surgeons: www.plasticsurgery.org/
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NCRI 2013: Give early breast tumours fewer, larger doses of radiation
 
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Prof John Yarnold talks to ecancertv at the UK's National Cancer Research Institute ( NCRI ) 2013 meeting about optimial radiotherapy for breast cancer. Breast cancer is as sensitive to radiation fraction size as normal tissues, 10-year follow-up of clinical trials, including the UK START trials, has shown. This means it makes sense to give early breast tumours fewer, larger doses of radiation, rather than more, smaller doses. The result has been to switch from a standard five-week schedule of 25 fractions to a more convenient three-week schedule delivering 15 fractions of 2.7 Gy. Current 15-fraction schedules are standard of care for local-regional radiotherapy in the UK, but 15- or 16-fraction regimens are unlikely to represent the lower limit. It is now important to find out if there is wide variation between breast cancers in their sensitivity to different levels of radiation. If there is a lot of variation between cancers, it highlights the need to identify tests to exploit this variation for the benefit of future patients. By the end of this decade, research could bring about a regimen of local-regional radiotherapy with as few as five fractions for women with early breast cancer. John Yarnold is Professor of Clinical Oncology at The Institute of Cancer Research, London, and Honorary Consultant at the Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust.
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Thyroid Eye Disease - Radiotherapy
 
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Moorfields Eye Hospital, London, has developed a film about thyroid eye disease, sponsored by The Friends of Moorfields, The British Thyroid Foundation and the Thyroid Eye Disease Charitable Trust Website http://www.btf-thyroid.org Twitter: @britishthyroid Donate: http://www.justgiving.com/btf/donate
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Klarity Green™ Masks for Radiation Therapy
 
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Klarity Medical Products presents Klarity Green™ Thermoplastic Masks for Radiation Therapy. Klarity Green™ masks offer reduced shrinkage, improved working time, and a non-stick surface. For details visit our website: www.klaritymedical.com
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Radiotherapy or surgery for early breast cancer?
 
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A new approach to treating the axilla in women with early breast cancer has considerably less morbidity than the current approach, investigators reported at the annual meeting of the American Society of Clinical Oncology. In the trial -- After Mapping of the Axilla: Radiotherapy or Surgery? (AMAROS) -- women with early breast cancer were randomized roughly evenly to the current standard of surgical axillary lymph node dissection (ALND) or to axillary radiation therapy. Each participant had a positive sentinel node but clinically negative axillary nodes. After 5 years of follow-up, the groups had a similarly low rates of cancer recurrence in the axilla of roughly 1%. However, the radiation therapy group was half as likely as the ALND group to develop lymphedema. For articles and additional videos from this meeting, visit www.oncologypractice.com.
practise silence from CityLux mobile massage therapist Patricia
 
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CityLux mobile massage therapist Patricia has written new article on how to Practise Silence. Find out these useful tips at cityluxmassage.co.uk/blog
Endoscopic Osteoma Removal: No Scar, No Pain, No Problelm
 
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Dr. Joe NIamtu, III cosmetic facial surgeon in Richmond, Virginia is well known for osteoma removal using endoscopic surgical technique. This approach allows the osteoma to be treated without a visible scar on the forehead or face. The procedure is performed through two button hole incisions in the hairline. The procedure takes about 25 minutes and the scar is hidden and discomfort is minor. Many patients return to work the next day. For more information about osteoma removal or cosmetic facial surgery by Dr. Joe Niamtu, III visit www.lovethatface.com Joe Niamtu, III DMD Cosmetic Facial Surgery Richmond, Virginia www.lovethatface.com
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Patrick Stewart sketch: what has the ECHR ever done for us?
 
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After Theresa May says Britain should leave the European convention on human rights, Patrick Stewart, Adrian Scarborough and Sarah Solemani expose the problems in the Conservative plan for a UK bill of rights. Subscribe to The Guardian ► http://is.gd/subscribeguardian This satirical take on the classic Monty Python sketch asks ‘what has the European Convention on Human Rights ever done for us?’ Apart from the right to a fair trial, freedom from slavery, freedom from torture ... Guardian website ► http://is.gd/guardianhome Suggested videos: Exploitation, exploitation, exploitation ► http://bit.ly/ExpExpExp Owen Jones meets Shami Chakrabarti ► http://bit.ly/OwenShami Guardian playlists: Comment is Free ► http://is.gd/cifplaylist Guardian Docs ► http://is.gd/guardiandocs Guardian Features ► https://goo.gl/JThOzd Guardian Animations & Explanations ►http://is.gd/explainers Guardian Investigations ► http://is.gd/guardianinvestigations The Global Migration Crisis ► http://is.gd/RefugeeCrisis Anywhere but Westminster ► https://goo.gl/rgH1ri Casetteboy remix the news ► http://ow.ly/TUqey More Guardian videos: We Walk Together ► http://bit.ly/WeWalkTogetherFilm Everyday racism - Akala ► http://bit.ly/akalacif Pretty Radical ► http://is.gd/PrettyRadical1 Capitalism is failing - Paul Mason ► http://is.gd/MasonCif My life as a female bodybuilder ► https://goo.gl/4U4jHt After Banksy: the parkour guide to Gaza ► http://ow.ly/TUpgj If I Die On Mars ► http://is.gd/IfIDieOnMars Revenge Porn: Chrissy Chambers and her search for justice ► http://ow.ly/TUoOs Mos Def force fed in Gitmo procedure ► http://is.gd/mosdef Edward Snowden interview ► http://is.gd/snowdeninterview2014 Bangladeshi Sex Workers take steroids ► http://is.gd/sexworkers Other Guardian channels on YouTube: Guardian Football ► http://is.gd/guardianfootball Guardian Music ► http://is.gd/guardianYTmusic Guardian Australia ► http://is.gd/guardianaustralia Guardian Tech ► http://is.gd/guardiantech Guardian Culture ► http://is.gd/guardianculture Guardian Wires ► http://is.gd/guardianwires Guardian Food ► http://is.gd/guardianfood
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Meningioma Brain tumour Live Surgery Hussien El-Maghraby
 
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Mr Hussien El-Maghraby MBBS, MS (General Surgery), FRCS (Edinburgh), MD (Neurosurgery), FRCS (Surgical Neurology) Consultant Neurosurgeon and Spinal surgeon For more information or to make a referral, please contact: PA: Mrs Anita Vicars on 0044 7506 845310. Website: www.centralenglandneurosurgery.com Neurosurgery The Trust's Neurosciences Unit is the regional centre for the diagnosis, treatment and care of patients with a wide range of neurological and neurosurgical conditions such as Epilepsy, Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson's Disease, head injuries, spinal disease, vascular disorders and tumours of the nervous system. The unit has a strong reputation for providing high standards of surgical, medical and nursing care to patients across Coventry, Warwickshire and beyond. Building on its success and in order to meet increasing demands for the unit's neurosurgical services, major investment has been made which has enabled further expansion of specialist services and the development of highly skilled specialist nurses. Neurosurgery Over 2000 neurosurgical procedures are performed each year by the 5 strong consultant team. All of our consultants have varying specialist interests and the unit covers all aspects of neurosurgical practice. Speciality of the month - neurosurgery My name is Mr Hussien El-Maghraby. I'm a Consultant Neurosurgeon at UHCW NHS Trust. My training and accreditation as a neurosurgeon was via the London University training scheme. I gained experience in working in a number of hospitals in London including the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery, King's College Hospital, the Royal Free Hospital and Hammersmith Hospital. My main clinical interest is minimally invasive neurosurgery, either head surgery or spinal surgery. When I talk about minimally invasive surgery, I mean that the surgical exposure is as small as possible and is safe to deal with the underlying medical problem. It's important to note that the advances that we make in neurosurgery are only made possible with the help of all the teams at UHCW. These include maxillofacial, radiology, head and neck surgeons, theatre staff, ear nose and throat, anaesthetics, intensive care and the staff nurses on the wards. During spinal surgery, we use a system called 'the matrix' which is a system of probes that progressively open up tracks to allow removal of disc bulges. This may be combined with fusion of the spine through keyhole exposure. Recent examples that have taken place at the Trust of this type of procedure on patients are Richard Clutterbuck and Emma Bexson. With spinal surgery most patients will be up and about one day after surgery, and will go on to leave hospital in 2-3 days and return to normal daily activities within a week or two. With brain surgery we can remove large tumours through incisions of around 3-4 centimetres using microscopes, endoscopes and neuro-navigation (the same as having a sat nav for the brain!). Patients will leave hospital in three to four days after major surgery. We have had a recent examples of this type of surgery including Bob McCarrol and Ian Bradley. I see neurosurgery becoming less invasive with the development of new technology and instruments, which will make live easier and safer for our patients. Services Neurosurgery is based at University Hospital and is led by a team of internationally renowned consultants who have special interests in the following areas: • Complex spinal surgery for tumours, trauma and degenerative disease • Pituitary surgery with close cooperation with the Department of Endocrinology • Neuro-vascular surgery including cerebral aneurysms and arterio-venous malformations • Trigeminal neuralgia and other facial pain syndromes • Peripheral nerve conditions • Neuro-stimulation re spinal cord stimulation for pain • Neuro-oncology with all types of brain tumours treated • Neuro-endoscopy • Head injury and spinal injuries
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A Urological Reconstructive Surgeon Becomes a Patient
 
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A urologist specializing in urethral stricture correction, penile implant surgery, and other reconstructive procedures describes his experience with a rare bacterial endocarditis and then as a surgical patient. Connect with us on Twitter (https://twitter.com/Surgeo) and Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/Surgeo-1666506330267960/)
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Bebe Rexha - I Can't Stop Drinking About You [Official Music Video]
 
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Check out the official music video for Bebe Rexha's "I Can't Stop Drinking About You"! Bebe Rexha's "I Don't Wanna Grow Up" EP is available now on iTunes! Download it here: smarturl.it/IDontWannaGrowUpEP LISTEN Available on iTunes: http://bit.ly/1ouIvWw Available on Spotify: http://smarturl.it/ICSDAYSpotify CONNECT WITH BEBE Offical Website: http://www.beberexha.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Beberexha Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/BEBEREXHA Instagram: http://instagram.com/beberexha Youtube: http://www.youtube.com/BEBEREXHA Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/beberexha LYRICS No ones gonna love you like I do. No ones gonna care like I do. And I can feel it in the way that you breathe. I know you dream of her while you sleep next to me. I can't stop drinking about you. I gotta numb the pain. I can't stop drinking about you. Without you I ain't the same. So pour a shot in my glass and I'll forget forever! So pour a shot in my glass cause it makes everything better! Darlin tell me what more can I do? Don't you know that I was meant for you? You say I feel like heaven on earth, But You'd never know what heaven was if it wasn't for... her. I can't stop drinking about you. I gotta numb the pain. I can't stop drinking about you. Without you I ain't the same. So pour a shot in my glass and I'll forget forever! So pour a shot in my glass cause it makes everything better! I can't stop drinking about you. I can't stop drinking about you. No ones gonna love you like I do. I can't stop drinking about you. I can't stop drinking about you. So pour a shot in my glass and I'll forget forever! So pour a shot in my glass cause it makes everything better! No ones gonna love you like I do.
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10 harmful toxic chemicals to avoid in Makeup
 
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“The best thing is to look natural, but it takes makeup to look natural” -Calvin Klein Every day we apply soaps, lotions, shampoos, and cosmetics on our body parts, but very few of us know that the application of these kinds of products is catastrophic for the body. Did you know that sunscreens and face washes includes some ingredients that go directly into the blood cells and raises the chance of hormonal interruptions to Cancer. Carcinogens in Cosmetics are found in abundance today and this is the reason that Makeup and skincare products have emerged as the leading reason for skin cancer. Below is the list of 10 toxic chemicals to avoid in makeup and skincare products: 1- Sodium lauryl sulfate Application of Sodium Lauryl Sulfate causes eye damage, splitting of the natural oil balance of the skin, skin inflammation, and canker sores. SLS is also the dominant reason for mouth and chin acne. SLS is basically found in body wash, shampoo, mouthwash, toothpaste, face wash, and foundation. 2-Triclosan & Triclocarban Triclosan and Triclocarban both have been proved to be the products which disrupt hormones, defects muscles, causes bacterial defiance, allergies, and flawed exempt objectives. Oil of the tea tree can be a good supplement for these kinds of products. Triclosan and Triclocarban are found in antibacterial soaps, toothpaste, and deodorants. 3-BHA or Beta Hydroxy Acid BHA has been classified as the element for human carcinogen by the National Toxicology Program. It harms the reproductive system development, and damages the liver, and also causes stomach cancers. BHA is found in perfumes and exfoliants. 4-Parabens Parabens decrease the sperm count, causes skin cancer, and breast cancer. Branched counterparts of Propyl and butyl Parabens disrupt reproductive system and endocrine system. Parabens are generally found in shaving gels, moisturizers, makeup, and lubricants. 5-PEGs Exfoliators like lip scrubs and face beads are made up of polyethylene. These chemicals which are considered to have 1, 4-dioxane, infiltrate the skin and are human carcinogen. It is unknown to many of us that polyethylene should never be applied to the invaded skin. PEGs or polyethylene is found in makeup, toothpaste, scrubs and body washes. 6- Petroleum excerpts Cosmetics which are extracted from petroleum are often considered to be the main ingredient which causes visual eruptions which leads up to cancer. One who has been using this kind of product for many years should consult Cancer treatment in Siliguri. Petroleum excerpts are found in mascara. 7-Oxybenzone Oxybenzone is correlated with endometriosis in women and sperm production in animals. It almost works like estrogen in the body and its metabolites disrupt the hormone system development. Oxybenzone is found in sunscreens. 8-Fragrance It is known to very few of us that fragrance secures its place in the list of top 5 allergens in the world.  It also consists of hormone disturbers. Companies do not ever mention the chemicals in their fragrance mixture on the product labels. So beware of it and go through Integrative Oncology in Siliguri for at least once if you use the below mentioned products. Moisturizers, lotions, conditioners, face cream, deodorant, and shampoos contain fragrance. 9- Dibutyl Phthalate, Toluene, and Formaldehyde Dibutyl Phthalate, Toluene, and Formaldehyde are also known as “toxic trio” which causes headaches, endocrine interruptions, and difficulty in birth. People are advised not to get a manicure or pedicure intermittently. Pregnant women should avoid nail products as the trio is found in nail products mainly such as nail polish and other nail products. One who uses nail products that includes the “toxic trio”, should consult Integrative Oncology in Siliguri without any more delay. 10- Hydroquinone Skin lighteners imported illegally contain mercury which is poisonous for children, adults and especially for pregnant women. Skin-bleaching chemicals lead up to a destructive disease called Ochronosis. Products which include mercury, Mercurio and calomel should not be bought and applied on the skin. Hydroquinone is found in skin lighteners in plethora. You Can Also Read - Types of Cancers That Every Women Should Know before it gets late Treatment without avoidance is something untenable!! And rightly so. Hence, it is our responsibility to stay safe and live a healthy life. The main intent of this blog is to make you realize the harmful effects of the beauty products and make you aware of the precautions while purchasing certain kinds of cosmetic products.
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NHS Royal Surrey County Hospital and ZENworks - A Customer Success Story
 
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The Royal Surrey County Hospital is a leading General Hospital and specialist tertiary centre for cancer, Oral and Maxillo-facial surgery and pathology. The hospital serves a population of 320,000 for emergency and general hospital services and is the lead specialist centre for cancer patients in Surrey, West Sussex and Hampshire, serving a population of 1.2 million. Our annual income is £257 million and we have 527 beds and 14 operating theatres. We employ approximately 3,000 staff, making us the second largest employer in Guildford. We have very close links with the University of Surrey and have an extensive education, training and research portfolio. The Trust has a very strong reputation for minimally invasive surgery and laparoscopic surgery is used widely across the surgical specialties. The trust is a national leader in surgical training and laparoscopic surgery and MATTU (Minimal Access Therapy Training Unit) is one of the most advanced training centres for this type of surgery. It has also been designated as a national training centre for laparoscopic colorectal surgery. Patients at the Royal Surrey also benefit from state of the art diagnostic equipment including two MRI scanners, four CT scanners, interventional radiology equipment and a gamma camera. We see around 280,000 outpatients a year, 61,000 patients are admitted for treatment, around 70,000 patients attend our A&E department and we deliver more than 3,200 babies. - More Micro Focus Links: HOME: https://www.microfocus.com PRODUCTS & SOLUTIONS: https://www.microfocus.com/products SUPPORT & SERVICES: https://www.microfocus.com/support-and-services COMMUNITY: https://www.microfocus.com/communities Micro Focus is a global software company with 40 years of experience in delivering and supporting enterprise software solutions that help customers innovate faster with lower risk.
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My Radiation Markers Are Off!
 
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My radiation markers were taken off yesterday, so of course I ran today! What a lovely feeling. If the above description makes no sense to you, read this: http://pattitucker.com/much-to-tell-nothing-to-tell/
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Amanda Shayle Acuregen Acupuncture Interview :Integrative Health Convention 2018
 
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The Integrative Health Convention 13&14 Oct 2018 at the Park Plaza Victoria London. http://integrativehealthconvention.co.uk (BOOK TICKETS HERE ) interviews Amanda Shayle of http://www.acuregen.co.uk/ Dr Toh Wong -host - Neurolinguistic Healthcare Ltd - Courses in Advanced Communication Skills & Therapeutic Techniques http://www.neurolinguistichealthcare.co.uk
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Breast Reconstruction NYC Doctor Case Study
 
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(http://www.5thavesurgery.com) Breast Reconstruction NYC Surgeon Dr. Carlin Vickery elaborates on a reconstruction and reduction procedure with a patient from her New York plastic surgery office.
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The British Conference of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine 2012
 
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Video produced for the conference For more info, acupuncture.org.uk/conference
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The Nirvana Mate 2 - Ergonomic Positioning
 
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This video covers use of the Nirvana Mate 2 in prone, supine and side position. The Nirvana Mate 2 is an ergonomic cushioning system that every therapist should have. The Breast Recess Feature provides comfort to women by taking pressure off of the breasts in prone position. In addition, the recess feature allows the spine to stay in better alignment which helps the client relax more fully. Massage Therapists will find their work easier because the musculature of the mid and lower back is more relaxed making palpation, pressure, and stretching easier.
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In Great Ormond street hospital today with this little angel Jessie 💕
 
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Hi my loves! I have started a new adventure that is close to my heart after losing my father when I was a little girl to this horrible disease, I’ve been gifted with makeup skills and I live to help people so I’m now visiting sick little angles to brighten there day just a little more. Jessie is going through treatment to help with an aggressive neuroblastoma and she wants to be a makeup artist when she grows up. ☺️💕 I hope you enjoy this video and share this so the world can see that makeup doesn’t always need to be seen in a negative superficial light xxx
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Mobile and Personal Technologies in Precision Medicine Workshop - July 27-28, 2015 - Day 1
 
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On July 27 and July 28, the Precision Medicine Initiative (PMI) Working Group of the Advisory Committee to the NIH Director (ACD) hosted a public workshop on the scientific, methodological and practical considerations to inform the incorporation of mobile and personal technologies in the national research cohort of one million or more volunteers. The workshop will be was held at the Intel Corporation campus in Santa Clara, California, and was videocast. This workshop built on the unique scientific questions developed during the April 28–29 workshop, digital health data perspectives shared during the May 28-29 workshop, and the participant engagement and health equity discussions at the July 1-2 workshop. A full list of workshops convened by the ACD PMI Working Group is available on the Events page of the NIH PMI website. Agenda and time codes: Welcome - Mr. Eric Dishman - 00:05 Meeting and PMI overview - Dr. Francis Collins - 03:18 Goals and Objectives for the Workshop - Dr. Kathy Hudson - 09:19 Mobile and Related Technologies and their Potential for Advancing Precision Medicine - Dr. Jessica Mega - 25:40 Lessons Learned from Cohorts Implementing Mobile Technologies – Dr. Josh Denny - 39:20 Mobile Technologies for Participant Engagement - Ms. Bray Patrick-Lake - 2:10:10 Variables Measurable Via Mobile Technologies - Dr. Spero Manson - 3:41:10 Social Challenges for Mobile Technologies in the PMI Cohort - Dr. Esteban G. Burchard - 5:59:16
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TissueFocus: Normal and Cancer Human Tissues & Derivatives
 
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Over 140,000 human tissue samples collected from U.S. medical centers using the industry's most strict ethical requirements and IRB protocols. OriGene offers normal and cancer tissue slides from these samples. In addition, tissue derivative products are also provided, including total RNA, genomic DNA, and tissue protein lysate. This video introduces how to use the search tool on OriGene website to find the appropriate tissue products for your research. Visit http://www.origene.com/tissue/tissueSearch.aspx for details.
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Vardhman Fantasy - Face Of The Year  &  Designer Of The year 2015
 
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ORGANIZED BY.... ZEN ASIA FOUNDATION WWW.ZENASIAFOUNDATION.COM
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Unique Scientific Opportunities for the PMI National Research Cohort - April 28-29 - Day 1
 
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NIH hosted a public workshop on the NIH campus in Bethesda, Maryland, April 28-29, 2015, to consider visionary biomedical questions that could be addressed by the proposed national research cohort of 1 million or more volunteer participants. The workshop will result in a series of use cases describing the distinctive science that the cohort could enable in the near term and longer term. This workshop is one of four that is being convened by the Precision Medicine Initiative Working Group of the Advisory Committee to the (NIH) Director to help inform the vision for building the PMI national participant group that they have been tasked to develop. For more information on this workshop and PMI, visit http://www.nih.gov/precisionmedicine Agenda and Time Codes: Welcome and Goals for the Workshop - Dr. Rick Lifton - 00:01 Why PMI - Sharon Terry - 7:27 Genomics and other "Omic" Technologies - Dr. Jay Shendure - 13:10 Environmental and Behavioral Factors on Health - Dr. Michael Gaziano - 1:45:23 Big Data - Eric Dishman - 2:56:31 Wrap-up of Day 1 - 4:06:00
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Top 10 Gay (Homosexual) Animals!
 
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song: Back Up - 12 Stones. Humans excluded! Well, not only humans who show homosexual activities! There are lots of animal which show homosexual activities. But these 10 animals have the highest incidence of homosexual behaviors among all animals.
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