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One of the deadliest skin cancers is melanoma, and sadly it’s on the rise. It’s important to protect ourselves year-round from harmful sunrays. Dr. Sapna Patel, an assistant professor of melanoma at MD Anderson Cancer Center, shares tips for protecting yourself and your loved ones against melanoma. She explains what you should look for when buying ...
by:patientpower | 820 views
Patients with cancer undergoing chemotherapy and radiation may be at risk for Oral Mucositis, a condition characterized by redness, inflammation and ulcer like sores throughout the mouth and throat. Oral Mucositis can be extremely painful and may also lead to infection. The following tips can be hel...
by:DARABioSciences | 1404 views
When we think about melanoma, we most often associate it with skin cancer that can be seen on the surface of the body. However, in uveal melanoma it remains behind the eye and not visible. Dr. Sapna Patel, an assistant professor of melanoma at MD Anderson Cancer Center, describes uveal melanoma, who is at risk for this aggressive cancer, and how th...
by:patientpower | 735 views
Robert H. I. Andtbacka, MD, CM, a surgeon and investigator with Intermountain Healthcare and Huntsman Cancer Institute, discusses the safety and efficacy of talimogene laherparepvec (T-VEC) in combination with ipilimumab in patients with previously untreated, unresected stage IIIB-IV melanoma. To...
by:onclivetv | 749 views
Louis M. Weiner, MD, explains that checkpoint inhibitors represent a promising treatment option for essentially all types of cancer, since a tumor cannot form without first overcoming the immune system. To view more from this discussion, visit http://www.o...
by:onclivetv | 457 views
Dr. Andrew Kennedy, radiation oncologist at Sarah Cannon Research Institute, discusses the importance of multidisciplina​ry care and a team approach when treating liver tumors. He shares breaking information about various radiologial techniques, focusing on SBRT, in the use of targeted radiation tre...
by:SayYEStoHOPE | 457 views
Jean DiCarlo-Wagner is a vibrant Stage III Colorectal Cancer Survivor turned yoga instructor. In this video, she shares her gift of teaching Yoga to cancer survivors at National Women's Survivor Convention. Jean invites you to take your shoes off, enjoy some monkey-see, monkey-do yoga and relax. Sh...
by:SayYEStoHOPE | 1107 views
Dr. Michelle Luschen, an interventional radiologist at Sarah Cannon Research Institute, describes what interventional radiology is and how it can provide a benefit to cancer patients. She discusses minimally invasisive, liver directed treatments for liver tumors. and the importance of a multidiscip...
by:SayYEStoHOPE | 561 views
Download from iTunes: https://itun... Cases of melanoma and deaths from this form of skin cancer are on the rise. MD Anderson is ideally suited to tackle this growing challenge because of our unparalleled resources and capabilities. Michael Davies, M.D., Ph.D., associat...
by:mdanderson | 786 views
What do we know about single agents vs. double agents in melanoma? Dr. Sapna Patel, an assistant professor in the Department of Melanoma Medical Oncology at MD Anderson Cancer Center ( talks about patients with BRAF and NRAS mutations and what therapies are showing remarkable responses with the use of combo agents. Dr. Patel talks abo...
by:patientpower | 892 views

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