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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 | 440 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 | 64 views
Andrea Lee, RN is a nurse navigataor at Sarah Cannon Research Institute. She talks about navigation and the importance it holds for advanced cancer patients and their families, how navigation can help to make a very difficult sutation easier to handle, and the benefit that patients and their famili...
by:SayYEStoHOPE | 118 views
In this segment, panelists discuss the impact of prior radiotherapy and non-clear cell histology on treatment selection for patients with renal cell carcinoma. To view more from this discussion, visit http://www.o...
by:onclivetv | 83 views
This series of interviews with eight expert faculty is filmed on location during the 2014 American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) Annual meeting, where the most current cancer data is presented and examined. Following the scientific sessions, Dr. James Epstein reviews and explores some of the most significant research findings in multiple tumo...
by:imedex | 432 views
Held annually in South Florida every January, The Symposium on Clinical Interventional Oncology (CIO) features a concentrated 2-day program renowned for its originality, patient-care focus and dynamic learning format. CIO focuses on highlighting the most viable and sought-after treatments in interventional oncology while shining a spotlight on cur...
by:InterventionalOncology | 255 views
SAN FRANCISCO—The ability of cancer cells to evolve clonally into molecularly distinct strands needs to be considered when selecting targeted therapies to treat renal cancer, according to Dr Tom Powles MBBS, MRCP, MD speaking at the ASCO GU Cancers Symposium here. Dr Tomasz Beer, MD FACP from Orego...
by:AudioMedica | 906 views
For more updates visit www.oncology.... Dr. Viktor Grünwald with an update on ECC 2013 Abstract #2702. Tumor response is an independent prognostic factor in patients (pts) treated for metastatic renal cell carcinoma (mRCC).
by:oncologyeducation | 3639 views
Download from iTunes: https://itun... Several cancer types can spread to the brain including lung, breast, melanoma, renal cell carcinoma and gastrointestina​l tract cancers such as colon and rectal. Secondary brain cancer (cancer that has metastasized to the brain) is more pr...
by:mdanderson | 2425 views
Dr. William Grady, medical director of the gastrointestina​l cancer program at Seattle Cancer Care Alliance, helps us understand Lynch syndrome, a genetic condition connected to a multitude of cancers, including brain cancer, ovarian cancer, kidney cancer, skin cancer and, predominately, colon cancer. Dr. Grady talks about microsatellite instability...
by:patientpower | 1514 views

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