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When cancer spreads, we are suddenly thrust into the fight of our lives for ourselves and for those we love. Join us and help change the stigma of advanced cancer from "dying with cancer" to " living with cancer" Gonna BEAT This Thing is a YES (www.beatlive...) awareness campaign created to help raise attention and i...
by:SayYEStoHOPE | 125 views
Prostate Specific Antigen Doubling Time (PSADT) has been shown to be a better prognostic tool in determining prostate cancer specific mortality. Dr. Martin Gleave of the Vancouver Prostate Cancer Centre discusses his findings as a guide for patients and physicians.
by:vhsimons | 264 views
Being diagnosed with cancer can be scary for the patient, but the diagnosis can also have an impact on the rest of the family. When Rob Beck’s wife, Tish, was diagnosed with sarcoma he took charge to help her cope and get through the difficult times. Rob shares his experience following along with Tish during her treatment, how the rest of his famil...
by:patientpower | 140 views
Download from iTunes: https://itun... You can reduce your cancer risk by following these simple guidelines from Ernest Hawk, M.D., vice president of Cancer Prevention and Population Sciences at MD Anderson Cancer Center. Many diseases can be avoided by changing you...
by:mdanderson | 222 views
Dr. Islam Shahin, Interventional Radiologist at Methodist Dallas Medical Center, discusses a multidisciplina​ry approach to treating liver tumors and the importance of a team approach.
by:SayYEStoHOPE | 224 views
An ultrasound scan (sonogram) is a diagnostic test that uses sound waves to create a picture of internal organs. It does not hurt. For most ultrasound tests, no preparation is needed. But for some areas there is prep: For abdomen (includes liver, gallbladder, spleen, pancreas): • Do not eat gas-producing foods for at least 24 hours before...
by:mdanderson | 238 views
A CT scan, or CAT scan, takes many x-ray images from different angles. The computer takes all the data and creates pictures. The pictures are like sections of the whole. It is like looking at a loaf of bread cut into slices – one slice can be seen at a time. There is some easy preparation before the test • Drink at least 1-3 cups (8oz–24oz) of...
by:mdanderson | 245 views
November is Lung Cancer Awareness Month. To mark it this year, GRACE is celebrating the empowered lung cancer patient. In this video, Dr. Jack West, GRACE founder and president, explains the steps that patients can do to become empowered. http://cance...
by:cancergrace | 281 views
Three of the world's leading expert physicians discuss the basics of carcinoid cancer and neuroendocrine tumors, including pancreatic neuroendocrine tumors. What is the most common kind of neuroendocrine tumor? How do these tumors grow? What is carcinoid syndrome? What are the quality of life iss...
How do lymphocytes function, and what’s age have to do with it? When it comes to understanding your lab tests, laboratory scientist Dr. Susan Leclair extends her discussion on lymphocytes and their morphology to help patients make sense of it all. Get email alerts | http://www.p......
by:patientpower | 148 views

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