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Competence in Cancer Care: Breast Cancer Overview
 
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CE available at www.noep.org. This CNE activity is grant funded by the Cancer Prevention and Research Institute of Texas, PP120177.
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PHP "Pink Party" Tour 2016- A Breast Cancer Awareness Event
 
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Donate: http://bit.ly/2ejmKq5 PHP's "Pink Party" is an event that a group of ladies at PHP Agency started in 2010 to help raise funds and support breast cancer awareness. www.thephpagency.com This years events were located all across the nation by several of PHP's main offices. Thank you to everyone who attended and donated. The Susan G. Komen Foundation is dedicated to education and research about causes, treatment, and the search for a cure. They are headquartered in Dallas, Texas. To donate click here: http://northtexas.info-komen.org/site/TR/BIgWig/PNO_NorthTexasAffiliate?px=22660697&pg=personal&fr_id=6564
Views: 1781 PHP Agency, Inc.
Introducing Dallas United Pink - Breast Cancer Survivor Dragon Boating Team
 
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We are excited to announce the first breast cancer survivor dragon boating team in North Texas. Come join us on White Rock Lake To learn more visit: dallasunitedcrew.org/dragonboating.com #WeAreDallasUnited #BCS #Dragonboating.
Views: 100 LisaW Miller
2016 Susan G. Komen North Texas BigWigs - KXTA Cares PSA
 
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Susan G. Komen North Texas is proud to announce its 2nd Annual BigWigs program. Company and community leaders will each commit to raising a minimum of $1,000 for Komen North Texas to invest in breast health and breast cancer education, screening, treatment, and research. Learn more at www.komennorthtexas.org/bigwigs
Plano Firefighters present Susan G. Komen North TX with a Check
 
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Check presentation to the Susan G. Komen North Texas from the Plano Firefighters Association Local 2149. The check was from the proceeds of the Pink T-Shirt Campaign in October 2015.
2016 Susan G. Komen North Texas BigWigs - KTVT Cares PSA
 
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Susan G. Komen North Texas is proud to announce its 2nd Annual BigWigs program. Company and community leaders will each commit to raising a minimum of $1,000 for Komen North Texas to invest in breast health and breast cancer education, screening, treatment, and research. Learn more at www.komennorthtexas.org/bigwigs
Dallas United Crew - North Texas Giving Day 2015  #NTXGivingDay
 
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Make a donation to support one of three DUC programs - Youth Rowing - Financial Assistance, Adaptive Rowing- Engaging in Life Without Limits and DUC Pink - Breast Cancer Survivor Dragon Boating. Spread the word! Here's our link to donate on Sept 17th 6a -12a (18 hours only) http://www.northtexasgivingday.org/#npo/dallas-united-crew #NTXGivingDay
Views: 283 LisaW Miller
3-D Mammography at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas
 
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Step into the Women's Diagnostic and Breast Center at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas and you enter a world with 3-D technology, but it's not for entertainment. It's to help improve survival by finding breast cancer in its earliest stages. Texas Health Dallas was the first hospital in North Texas to commercially offer breast tomosynthesis, also called 3-D mammography, to patients. Learn more at TexasHealth.org/DallasBreast. Texas Health Resources 1-877-THR-WELL TexasHealth.org
Pen diagnoses cancer 'in seconds'
 
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For story suggestions or custom animation requests, contact tips@nextanimation.com.tw. Visit http://archive.nextanimationstudio.com to view News Direct's complete archive of 3D news animations. RESTRICTIONS: Broadcast: NO USE JAPAN, NO USE TAIWAN Digital: NO USE JAPAN, NO USE TAIWAN Scientists at the University of Texas have developed a handheld device that can detect cancer in 10 seconds. The pen is aimed for use by medical professionals during surgery. After a tissue sample is taken, the surgeon uses a pen connected to a mass spectrometer and foot pump to begin analysis. The pump sends water through the pen the via tubing and forms a droplet. This absorbs molecules from the tissue, and is then sent back up the tubing for analysis. The machine then investigates the molecules for signs of cancer and provides diagnosis in seconds. The device was showcased this week at the South by Southwest festival in Austin, Texas. RUNDOWN SHOWS: 1. Pen being used by surgeon during surgery 2. How the pen analyses cancer 3. Pen moving around different areas of the tissue VOICEOVER (in English): SOURCES: MasSpec Pen, University of Texas, Texas Medical Center, Science Mag, Fox News https://www.masspecpen.com https://eberlin.cm.utexas.edu/masspec-pen/ http://www.tmc.edu/news/2018/03/solutions-pen-detects-cancer-real-time/ http://stm.sciencemag.org/content/9/406/eaan3968 http://www.foxnews.com/science/2018/03/12/sxsw-scientists-tout-pen-technology-that-detects-cancer-in-20-seconds.html *** ----------------------------------------­­---------------------------------------­-­---------------- Next Animation Studio’s News Direct service provides daily, high-quality, informative 3D news animations that fill in for missing footage and help viewers understand breaking news stories or in-depth features on science, technology, and health. Sign up for a free trial of News Direct's news animations at http://newsdirect.nextanimationstudio.com/trial/ To subscribe to News Direct or for more info, please visit: http://newsdirect.nextanimationstudio.com
Views: 2233 News Direct
Christas breast cancer story
 
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I was diagnosed with breast cancer on my first mammo, so get your mammo. I will be doing the Susan G Komen Race for the Cure, if you would like to donate click the link below. Thanks for any help and support. http://northtexas.info-komen.org/site/TR/RacefortheCure/PNO_NorthTexasAffiliate?px=18822587&pg=personal&fr_id=5815
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2012_Komen_North_Texas_Plano_Race_for_the_Cure®_EstherKanyua.m4v
 
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See highlights from our 22nd Annual Susan G. Komen North Texas Plano Race for the Cure. The event was held on Saturday, June 9th at the Plano campuses of HP and The Campus at Legacy. North Texans of all ages and abilities ran, walked and celebrated breast cancer survivors. Of the funds raised at this Plano Race, 75% will pay for education, mammography, chemotherapy and radiation treatments and patient navigation services for North Texans and 25% will be invested in scientific research for all. To learn more about the good work of the Komen North Texas Affiliate, visit komennorthtexas.org or follow us on Facebook and Twitter! Thank you to volunteer Esther Kanyua for putting this together.
Today with Kandace - Solis Mammography (Frisco, TX)
 
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http://TodaywithKandace.com TWK reporter Kathryn Dunn learns more about Solis Mammography, and just how crucial it is for women to get a mammogram. VP of Marketing and Client Relations, Connie Oliver, and Regional Director of Operations in North Texas, Michelle Benami, give their insight along with Jennifer Shauf, who won her battle with breast cancer.
Views: 428 Today With Kandace
Terri Neal - 2017 Komen Dallas Race for the Cure
 
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Race Day is October 28, 2017 at NorthPark Center. Register for the race or donate at http://komen-dallas.org/dallasrace #DallasRace FOX 4 is on Instagram - https://instagram.com/fox4news/ FOX 4 News is a FOX-owned station serving Dallas-Fort Worth and all of North Texas.
JABSpirit 2012 Finalist: Univ. of Alabama ZTA, Spirit Video
 
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PLEASE SHARE AND WATCH THIS VIDEO TO HELP ZETA TAU ALPHA NU CHAPTER WIN THE JAB SPIRIT CONTEST AND WIN $5,000 FOR OUR PHILANTHROPY - BREAST CANCER AWARENESS! This video is a funny parody of an SNL "Sorority Girls" skit that we put a spin on to better fit our house. It also includes a performance of "She's Like Texas" by The Josh Abbott Band from one of our sisters! Please visit this link to support our philanthropy, The Zeta Tau Alpha Foundation, which benefits breast cancer research and awareness: https://www.zetataualpha.org/cms400min/idonate/ifund.aspx?Dist=DEFAULT_NOSELECT&swCh=f&pghdr=Foundation%20Giving&bBO=PA&tlmid=23
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Paul Hewitt Opens Up About His Breast Cancer Experience - Keep A Breast This Is My Story
 
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Did you know that men also get breast cancer? English barber Paul Hewitt talks to Keep A Breast about his experience with breast cancer, as well as the importance of prevention for both women and men. About Keep A Breast "This is My Story" Campaign: Through written and video testimony young people impacted by breast cancer get a chance to express their inner feelings, make connections with others and learn coping strategies helpful to them and their loved ones. Keep A Breast records these testimonies and posts them online for the benefit of others. Connect with Keep A Breast! http://keep-a-breast.org http://facebook.com/keepabreast http://twitter.com/keepabreast http://google.com/+keepabreast http://instagram.com/keepabreast http://keepabreast.tumblr.com About The Keep A Breast Foundation: The Keep A Breast Foundation™ is a nonprofit organization with a mission to empower young people around the world with breast health education and support. The Keep A Breast Foundation™ is headquartered in the United States as a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit. We are supported in fulfilling our mission by international partners Keep A Breast Canada, Keep A Breast Europe, Keep A Breast Japan and Keep A Breast Chile.
Komen NTX Educational Series - Clinical Trials
 
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For this month's educational series episode, we're focusing on clinical trials. We talk about what they are, the benefits, who can be a part of a clinical trial, and Komen's metastatic trial search tool. (Taped on July 19, 2017) Komen Scholars: http://ww5.komen.org/AboutUs/KomenScholars.html Search for Clinical Trials: http://breastcancertrials.org Metastatic Clinical Trials: http://komen.org/MetastaticClinicalTrials
Dr. John P Williams: Breast Cancer Surgeon & Advocate
 
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Dr. John P. Williams is a national leader in patient education and advocacy. A breast cancer surgeon in Northern Virginia, he founded the Breast Cancer School for Patients. VISIT THE BREAST CANCER SCHOOL FOR PATIENTS: http://www.breastcancercourse.org LIST OF QUESTIONS FOR YOUR DOCTORS: http://www.breastcancercourse.org/breast-health-updates-latest-videos/ FOLLOW US: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Breast-Cancer-School-for-Patients-958519147618444/ _______________________________________ Why create the Breast Cancer School for Patients? Over the years, family and friends have called me for advice about their breast care. After a quick conversation, they were incredibly empowered to ask their own doctors exactly what was needed. You simply get better care when you know about the important topics and the questions to ask. That is why we created the Breast Cancer School for Patients. Currently, the medical profession does not actually “teach” patients how to obtain quality, cutting-edge care in their communities. This is a missing link in our collective efforts to provide better quality breast cancer care in the United States. We feel it should be our duty in healthcare to teach you what you need to know before you consult with your breast cancer physicians. This way you can be more engaged with your physicians about the complexities of cancer care. This information must be readily available online, well organized, and in short video format. Our sole mission at the Breast Cancer School for Patients is to fill this patient information gap online. You will make better treatment decisions when you are taught to be an “expert” in your own breast cancer care. What is a “team approach” to breast cancer? A large part of my general surgery training at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, Texas was working with the experts in cancer treatment at the M. D. Anderson Cancer Center (MDACC). Also located in the Texas Medical Center, MDACC is the largest dedicated cancer hospital in the United States. My general surgery rotations there exposed me to the “team approach” to breast cancer. The cutting-edge care a multidisciplinary team can offer patients is why I founded the Novant Health UVA Health Systerm Breast Center in my community in Haymarket, Virginia. It is personally rewarding that those with breast cancer in my community will now benefit from this team approach for generations to come. Do you come from a family of physicians? Growing up, I knew that I would likely become a doctor. My grandfather, L. Polk Williams, Sr. MD, brought modern medicine to the small town of Edenton, North Carolina in the early 1920s. During the Great Depression, grateful patients would leave chickens and livestock at his back door in exchange for the house calls and lifesaving care he provided. My father, L. Polk Williams, Jr. MD, followed his father into medicine, also attending Wake Forest University and Bowman Gray School of Medicine. He returned to his home town of Edenton after training in general surgery at Baylor College of Medicine and brought Dr. Michael Debakey’s world-class surgical care with him. I was born in Edenton and grew up in Elizabeth City, just a short drive from there. Why is being a breast cancer surgeon rewarding? I find I am interconnected in so many ways to my patients. They call me with questions. I talk with them at the grocery store. I love being there as a physician and friend when they are in need. These personal relationships are the ultimate reward for being a dedicated physician. What drives me today is doing everything in my power to obtain the best care possible for my own patients. I use every ounce of thought and energy teaching them and guiding them to get the best possible breast cancer care. Where did you attend school and train to be a surgeon? I entered Duke University as a freshman knowing that becoming a doctor was my goal. I became fascinated by the complexities of the brain and soon found myself engaged in neurology research at Duke University School of Medicine while an undergraduate. I graduated with distinction in psychology, and then attended the University of North Carolina School of Medicine. Like my father, I trained in general surgery at Baylor College of Medicine with Dr. Debakey. He was the world’s greatest cardiovascular surgeon of the 20th century and a leader in promoting advances in medicine and in health. Professionally, I am most proud to have applied to breast cancer care the same pursuit of excellence that I learned from Dr. Debakey and his associates at Baylor in Houston, Texas. More about Dr. John P. Williams Dr. Williams is a breast cancer surgeon in Virginia. He founded and is medical director the Novant Health UVA Health System Breast Center which serves the communities of Manassas, Gainesville and Haymarket, Virginia. More information can be found at htttp://www.drjohnwilliams.com. .
Melissa Etheridge Rocked The House at CancerCon 2018
 
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Known for her confessional lyrics and raspy, smoky vocals, Melissa Etheridge has remained one of America’s favorite female singer-songwriters for more than two decades. Since the release of her self-titled debut album in 1988, Melissa has gone on to sell millions of records across the world and has won countless awards including two Grammys and an Oscar in 2007 for “I Need To Wake Up” from Al Gore’s 2004 documentary “An Inconvenient Truth.” In 2004, at the age of 43, Melissa was diagnosed with breast cancer. Despite losing her hair from chemotherapy, she appeared at the 2005 Grammys to sing “Piece of My Heart” in tribute to Janis Joplin and to offer hope to millions. She took time out of her incredibly busy schedule to share her story with a Q&A Session and rock the house for the hundreds of attendees this year. ABOUT MELISSA ETHERIDGE (As If You Have To Ask) https://www.melissaetheridge.com https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Melissa_Etheridge https://www.youtube.com/melissaetheridge https://www.facebook.com/MelissaEtheridge/ https://twitter.com/metheridge ABOUT CANCERCON http://cancercon.org ------------------------------ JOIN OUR COMMUNITY ------------------------------ Homepage http://stupidcancer.org Stupid Cancer's Mobile App http://stupidcancer.mobi Stupid Cancer Meetups http://stupidcancermeetup.org Stupid Cancer Blog https://blog.stupidcancer.org Annual Conference (CancerCon) http://cancercon.org Facebook http://facebook.com/stupidcancer Twitter http://twitter.com/stupidcancer Twitter http://instagram.com/stupidcancer ------------------------------------------ WATCH OUR VIDEOS ------------------------------------------ Stupid Cancer Manifesto http://stpdcn.cr/manifesto Stupid Cancer's Mobile App https://stpdcn.cr/mobileapp CancerCon 2018 Sizzle Reel https://stpdcn.cr/cc2018mashup CancerCon 2017 Sizzle Reel https://stpdcn.cr/cc2017sizzle CancerCon 2016 Sizzle Reel https://stpdcn.cr/2FB8G9i A really old video of Matthew Zachary speaking with Chuck Scarborough https://stpdcn.cr/2rZX8dQ
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When YOU Give Extra, Extraordinary Things Happen!  Donate to Breast Cancer Research Today!
 
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Donate Today: https://extragive.org/npo/251722323/ This Friday, November 22, your gift to the PBCC will be stretched by the Lancaster County Community Foundation's Extraordinary Give, a 24-hour online giving marathon that matches a percentage of donations received. Every penny given to the PBCC will go directly to Pennsylvania breast cancer researchers. Please consider donating today and join our fight to find a cure for breast cancer now... so our daughters won't have to.
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Seven Lakes Junior High Breast Cancer Awareness Lip Dub 2013-2014
 
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Students and staff at Seven Lakes Junior High came together once again to make another school-wide lip dub, this time to raise awareness for breast cancer. Nearly 1,600 students and 100 staff members were "pinked out" to show their support for such a worthy cause. GO SPARTANS! Feel inspired? Please go to https://www.mdanderson.org/gifts/ to donate today! Please enter sljh13 as the gift designation code and 100% of your donation will go directly to breast cancer research and breast cancer facilities at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center. Beat It Written & Performed by Michael Jackson Check out last year's anti-bullying lip dub: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=epZkeaERjyA
Views: 34373 Imelda Medrano
Breast Cancer Screening
 
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Current recommendations are that women should begin routine mammograms beginning at age 40. In addition, they should have an annual breast exam by their health care provider and do a breast self-exam monthly. Women at high-risk—people with a known mutation that increases their risk—should begin annual screenings by age 30—but not before age 25. In addition, they should have an annual MRI as well as annual breast exams and do monthly breast self-exams. Radiologist Wendell S. Myers, MD, says that in most cases, breast cancer is asymptomatic, "With mammograms we're hoping to find breast cancer before it can be felt—a few millimeters in size. That's why getting regular mammograms—starting at age 40—is so important—because we really want to find cancer before it can be found in any other way." Dr. Myers says that detecting breast cancer early is key to curing it, "Early breast cancer is curable in about 95 percent of cases. And obviously, if it goes longer before it is discovered, it's less likely to be curable." The Department of Radiology offers comprehensive services on the campus of Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center: http://www.wakehealth.edu/Radiology/ Wake Forest Baptist Imaging is an off-campus facility located at 265 Executive Park Blvd., Winston-Salem, North Carolina: http://www.wakehealth.edu/Imaging/
Thursday: Honor Your Loved Ones Affected by Cancer
 
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Join the North Texas Young Professionals Network this Thursday, November 3 for the "Anything But White Party," honoring those who have been lost to the relentless monster called cancer. Our theme is simply wear a color that represents a cause close to your heart! For example, if you know someone close to you who lost their battle to breast cancer, please wear pink. If you know someone close to you who lose their battle to ovarian cancer, please wear teal. This is a FREE event to be held at Cypress Meadows Clubhouse of Allen from 6-9 p.m. Food and beverages to be provided. This is going to be an amazing event and we can't wait to fellowship together. RSVP Today! http://bit.ly/2fakmUY
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The American Cancer Society Hope Lodge Dallas
 
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Hope Lodge is coming to Dallas. For more information contact Deidre Bacala at 214.336.1548 or deidre.bacala@cancer.org.
Komen NTX Educational Series – Breast Cancer Screening [Part 2]
 
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This month, we’re continuing our discussion on breast cancer screening. We’ve covered what happens with normal, routine screenings, but today we’ll focus on what happens when a breast cancer screening turns out to be abnormal. (Taped June 21, 2017) Questions to Ask Your Doctor: If You Find a Lump: https://goo.gl/pMDnk5 If You’re Diagnosed with Breast Cancer: https://goo.gl/B5qXg8 http://www.komen.org
Your Car Donation in Abilene TX to Fight Cancer
 
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Car Donation, Boat Donation, Vehicle Donation and Van Donation in Abilene TX to help in the fight against Breast Cancer - Call 325-267-8333 - http://www.carsforbreastcancer.org/us/car-donation/tx/abilene
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Bikers Against Breast Cancer
 
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Bikers Against Breast Cancer ride to benefit The Rose. Pasadena, TX. May 11, 2013 www.therose.org, produced by The Pasadena Channel
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Breast Cancer : Breast Cancer Awareness Info
 
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As a result of mammograms, breast cancer awareness has risen and survival rates have subsequently increased. Discover how one out of eight women get breast cancer at some point in their lifetime with information from an oncologist in this free video on breast cancer awareness. Expert: Grace Wang, M.D. Contact: www.komenmiaftl.org Bio: Dr. Grace Wang, M.D., is an oncologist and hematologist for Advanced Medical Specialties. Filmmaker: Paul Muller
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Pt2 AGR Breast Cancer Awareness Fall Brawl Racing for the Cure..
 
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Pt2 AGR Breast Cancer Awareness Fall Brawl Racing for the Cure.. Ft Some of the biggest names in Motorcycle grudge racing today at a track that has become not so friendly.....Valdosta GA. Hosted by Ms. V and event coverage by Bike Paparazzi Music By DJ BIGG DADD FT: Xavier Smith FB "EXXO".. THANKS TO AGR RACING GROUP...
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Methodist Health System North Texas - Women and Childrens Services
 
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http://www.methodisthealthsystem.org/women Learn more about Women and Childrens services from mammograms and breast health to maternity and neonatal intensive care at the hospitals of Methodist Health System: Methodist Dallas Medical Center, Methodist Charlton Medical Center, Methodist Mansfield Medical Center and Methodist Richardson Medical Center.
Cancer Survivorship Training & Rehab (STAR) Program -- Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas
 
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Texas Health Resources http://www.TexasHealth.org 1-877-THR-WELL
APPNA - Breast Cancer Awareness Event
 
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Association of Physicians of Pakistani-descent of North America
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Breast Cancer awareness walk by APTA in Atlanta - USA - TV9
 
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Breast Cancer awareness walk by APTA in Atlanta - USA ► Download Tv9 Android App: http://goo.gl/T1ZHNJ ► Subscribe to Tv9 Telugu Live: https://goo.gl/lAjMru ► Circle us on G+: https://plus.google.com/+tv9 ► Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/tv9telugu ► Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Tv9Telugu ► Pin us on Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/Tv9telugu
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Obesity and Cancer Risk: Our Expert Weighs in on New Report
 
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The 2012 Annual Report to the Nation on the Status of Cancer shows that cancer death rates are still on the decline in the United States, but increasing obesity remains a concern. The report notes that for more than three decades, too much weight, too little exercise and unhealthy eating habits have been second only to tobacco as preventable causes of disease and death. Since the 1960s, the report says, tobacco use has declined by a third, but obesity rates have doubled. According to the report, 2 in 3 adults and 1 in 3 kids are overweight or obese, which places them at risk for not only heart disease and diabetes, but also cancer. After reviewing more than 7,000 studies, the report's researchers have identified six cancers associated with being overweight or obese: Esophageal adenocarcinoma, colon and rectal cancer, kidney cancer, pancreatic cancer, endometrial cancer and breast cancer among postmenopausal women. This review also finds convincing evidence of an association between lack of sufficient physical activity and increased risk of cancer for colon cancer. A probable association is cited for post-menopausal breast and endometrial cancers.The report notes that less than half of adults get enough physical activity. Youths get even less. In this video, Lorenzo Cohen, Ph.D., professor of General Oncology at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, and director of MD Anderson's Integrative Medicine program, shares his reaction to the report, as well as suggestions for how we can take action now to reduce obesity and prevent cancer. The Annual Report to the Nation on the Status of Cancer looks at U.S. cancer numbers from 1975 and 2008. It's a collaboration of researchers from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the North American Association of Central Cancer Registries, the National Cancer Institute, and the American Cancer Society.
Dig Pink: UTPA Volleyball Hosts Texas A&M-Kingsville on Broncs Against Breast Cancer Night
 
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http://utpabroncs.com/news/2012/10/8/WVB_1008120951.aspx October 8, 2012 -- EDINBURG -- The University of Texas-Pan American Broncs volleyball team (8-11) hosts the Texas A&M Universty-Kingsville Javelinas (9-8) on Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. at the UTPA Fieldhouse. Admission is free. It's Dig Pink: Broncs Against Breast Cancer night. Support Breast Cancer Awareness and Research by purchasing a pink Broncs Against Breast Cancer t-shirt for $10, with all proceeds benefiting the Renaissance Cancer Foundation. Shirts will be sold on the UTPA campus at the Spirit Week Pep Rally on Tuesday from 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m., at the UTPA Athletics Office throughout the day, and at the UTPA Fieldhouse during the volleyball match. The t-shirts and all activities associated with Tuesday's special match have been made possible in association with Doctor's Hospital at Renaissance.
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Digital Mammography: Making a Difference
 
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Last year, Bloomington Hospital, the Bloomington Hospital Foundation and Southern Indiana Radiological Associates shared a common goal to bring digital mammography to south central Indiana. October is Breast Cancer Awareness month, and the perfect time to share with you what has been accomplished in the fight against breast cancer.
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Mary Handley | Looking Elderly, Dallas Speaker - Women's Motivational Speaker
 
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Dallas Women's Motivational Speaker, For more info on Mary Handley visit: http://www.texasspeakersbureau.com/mary-handley/ or call The Texas Speakers Bureau at: 1.877.882.5368 ‪http://www.texasspeakersbureau.com/‬ Having been called the Erma Bombeck of this century, Mary Handley works with people from all walks of life while bringing humor to every audience. She helps small businesses and large corporations improve their supervisory and leadership skills, while encouraging positive attitudes and optimism in all areas of their life. She believes our attitude determines who we are today, and who we will become tomorrow. Her presentations are given with humor and a common sense approach to life's challenges. She is passionate about helping others realize that we need to make an impact rather than an impression. If we make an IMPACT on those in our sphere of influence, that is not only life changing, but it lasts for a life time. She has been privileged to serve for two years on the grants committee for the Susan G. Koman Foundation (A breast cancer awareness group) and been a member of the National Speakers Association, NSA of North Texas, Exceptional Women, and Fellowship of Professional Women. Mary is also a trainer for Managed Health networks and a speaker for Christian Women's Club. For more information on Mary Handley visit: http://www.texasspeakersbureau.com/mary-handley
Mary Handley | Life Journey, Dallas Speaker - Women's Motivational Speaker
 
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Dallas Women's Motivational Speaker, For more info on Mary Handley visit: http://www.texasspeakersbureau.com/mary-handley/ or call The Texas Speakers Bureau at: 1.877.882.5368 ‪http://www.texasspeakersbureau.com/‬ Having been called the Erma Bombeck of this century, Mary Handley works with people from all walks of life while bringing humor to every audience. She helps small businesses and large corporations improve their supervisory and leadership skills, while encouraging positive attitudes and optimism in all areas of their life. She believes our attitude determines who we are today, and who we will become tomorrow. Her presentations are given with humor and a common sense approach to life's challenges. She is passionate about helping others realize that we need to make an impact rather than an impression. If we make an IMPACT on those in our sphere of influence, that is not only life changing, but it lasts for a life time. She has been privileged to serve for two years on the grants committee for the Susan G. Koman Foundation (A breast cancer awareness group) and been a member of the National Speakers Association, NSA of North Texas, Exceptional Women, and Fellowship of Professional Women. Mary is also a trainer for Managed Health networks and a speaker for Christian Women's Club. For more information on Mary Handley visit: http://www.texasspeakersbureau.com/mary-handley
Mary Handley | Make A Difference, Dallas Speaker - Women's Motivational Speaker
 
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Dallas Women's Motivational Speaker, For more info on Mary Handley visit: http://www.texasspeakersbureau.com/mary-handley/ or call The Texas Speakers Bureau at: 1.877.882.5368 ‪http://www.texasspeakersbureau.com/‬ Having been called the Erma Bombeck of this century, Mary Handley works with people from all walks of life while bringing humor to every audience. She helps small businesses and large corporations improve their supervisory and leadership skills, while encouraging positive attitudes and optimism in all areas of their life. She believes our attitude determines who we are today, and who we will become tomorrow. Her presentations are given with humor and a common sense approach to life's challenges. She is passionate about helping others realize that we need to make an impact rather than an impression. If we make an IMPACT on those in our sphere of influence, that is not only life changing, but it lasts for a life time. She has been privileged to serve for two years on the grants committee for the Susan G. Koman Foundation (A breast cancer awareness group) and been a member of the National Speakers Association, NSA of North Texas, Exceptional Women, and Fellowship of Professional Women. Mary is also a trainer for Managed Health networks and a speaker for Christian Women's Club. For more information on Mary Handley visit: http://www.texasspeakersbureau.com/mary-handley
Lung Cancer at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas
 
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Texas Health Dallas takes a comprehensive approach to the evaluation and treatment of lung cancer. Texas Health Resources 1-877-THR-WELL TexasHealth.org
Mary Handley l Mother's Visit, Dallas Speaker - Women's Motivational Speaker
 
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Dallas Women's Motivational Speaker, For more info on Mary Handley visit: http://www.texasspeakersbureau.com/mary-handley/ or call The Texas Speakers Bureau at: 1.877.882.5368 ‪http://www.texasspeakersbureau.com/‬ Having been called the Erma Bombeck of this century, Mary Handley works with people from all walks of life while bringing humor to every audience. She helps small businesses and large corporations improve their supervisory and leadership skills, while encouraging positive attitudes and optimism in all areas of their life. She believes our attitude determines who we are today, and who we will become tomorrow. Her presentations are given with humor and a common sense approach to life's challenges. She is passionate about helping others realize that we need to make an impact rather than an impression. If we make an IMPACT on those in our sphere of influence, that is not only life changing, but it lasts for a life time. She has been privileged to serve for two years on the grants committee for the Susan G. Koman Foundation (A breast cancer awareness group) and been a member of the National Speakers Association, NSA of North Texas, Exceptional Women, and Fellowship of Professional Women. Mary is also a trainer for Managed Health networks and a speaker for Christian Women's Club. For more information on Mary Handley visit: http://www.texasspeakersbureau.com/mary-handley
Mary Handley | Funny Card, Dallas Speaker - Women's Motivational Speaker
 
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Dallas Women's Motivational Speaker, For more info on Mary Handley visit: http://www.texasspeakersbureau.com/mary-handley/ or call The Texas Speakers Bureau at: 1.877.882.5368 ‪http://www.texasspeakersbureau.com/‬ Having been called the Erma Bombeck of this century, Mary Handley works with people from all walks of life while bringing humor to every audience. She helps small businesses and large corporations improve their supervisory and leadership skills, while encouraging positive attitudes and optimism in all areas of their life. She believes our attitude determines who we are today, and who we will become tomorrow. Her presentations are given with humor and a common sense approach to life's challenges. She is passionate about helping others realize that we need to make an impact rather than an impression. If we make an IMPACT on those in our sphere of influence, that is not only life changing, but it lasts for a life time. She has been privileged to serve for two years on the grants committee for the Susan G. Koman Foundation (A breast cancer awareness group) and been a member of the National Speakers Association, NSA of North Texas, Exceptional Women, and Fellowship of Professional Women. Mary is also a trainer for Managed Health networks and a speaker for Christian Women's Club. For more information on Mary Handley visit: http://www.texasspeakersbureau.com/mary-handley
Prostate Screening and Awareness Program at Methodist Health System in North Texas
 
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Former Dallas Cowboys great and prostate cancer survivor Mel Renfro talks about his work with the Prostate Screening and Awareness program at Methodist Health System in North Texas, which helps screen men for prostate cancer.
Reality Check - HOA Power to Foreclose
 
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A mountain couple says they faced a nightmare after learning about a little known law that meant they could lose their home. In the state of North Carolina  homeowner's associations have the right to force foreclosure on your property  if you don't pay your dues. Jan and Tracie Humphries say they chose to stop paying their HOA dues after seeing little in return. Jan says he had to do a lot of neighborhood maintenance himself including keeping the road up. They live in a neighborhood where the majority of property has not been developed. They're one of the few homeowners who live there.  They say the HOA decided to take legal action and start foreclosure proceedings on their house.  After Tracie was diagnosed with breast cancer it became more difficult to catch up with what they owed. Eventually Jan cashed in his life insurance policy so the two wouldn't lose their home. Their plight is similar to many across the state. But, some legal experts argue HOA's are given the power so they will be taken seriously and so that everyone pays their fair share. The North Carolina General Assembly is currently hearing arguments that include giving HOA's either more or less power.
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Mary Handley | Growing Old, Dallas Speaker - Women's Motivational Speaker
 
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Dallas Women's Motivational Speaker, For more info on Mary Handley visit: http://www.texasspeakersbureau.com/mary-handley/ or call The Texas Speakers Bureau at: 1.877.882.5368 ‪http://www.texasspeakersbureau.com/‬ Having been called the Erma Bombeck of this century, Mary Handley works with people from all walks of life while bringing humor to every audience. She helps small businesses and large corporations improve their supervisory and leadership skills, while encouraging positive attitudes and optimism in all areas of their life. She believes our attitude determines who we are today, and who we will become tomorrow. Her presentations are given with humor and a common sense approach to life's challenges. She is passionate about helping others realize that we need to make an impact rather than an impression. If we make an IMPACT on those in our sphere of influence, that is not only life changing, but it lasts for a life time. She has been privileged to serve for two years on the grants committee for the Susan G. Koman Foundation (A breast cancer awareness group) and been a member of the National Speakers Association, NSA of North Texas, Exceptional Women, and Fellowship of Professional Women. Mary is also a trainer for Managed Health networks and a speaker for Christian Women's Club. For more information on Mary Handley visit: http://www.texasspeakersbureau.com/mary-handley
The Believer's Voice-Breast Cancer & Cervical Cancer Awareness/CME Concert Choir-Show 5 Part 1
 
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The Believer's Voice interviews Pastor Valetta Shaw and Doris Perkins, East Texas Consultants for African American Breast Cancer. Also, on location at St James CME Church, Tyler, TX-CME Central Texas Region Concert Choir - 6th Annual Concert and interviews Choir Director Mary Stewartmyers.
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Baylor Health Care System Facts: Did You Know?
 
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http://www.baylorhealth.com/About/Pages/History.aspx - Baylor Health Care System is a network of 26 hospitals with more than 3,400 beds in the Dallas-Forth Worth area. DID YOU KNOW? During the Great Depression, Baylor created the first pre-pay health care program. Today it is known as Blue Cross. Baylor established the first blood bank in 1939 and founded the American Association of Blood Banks in 1947. If "Baylor Babies" were a city, it would be the size of Arlington, TX. In the '80s, Baylor revolutionized nursing by creating the Two Days Alternative scheduling plan. It is now used in hospitals around the world. Baylor Heart and Vascular Hospital has the lowest heart failure re-admission rate in the country. According to Consumer Reports, Baylor University Medical Center has the highest patient satisfaction rating of any teaching hospital. Baylor serves almost 5 people per minute. In 2011 Baylor opened the largest outpatient cancer in North Texas -- a 10-story, 467,000-square-foot home of hope, the Baylor Charles A. Sammons Cancer Center. Baylor is not waiting on health care reform. By 2015, it will embrace a new model known as the accountable care organization. To learn more about Baylor's history, visit our interactive timeline: http://www.baylorhealth.com/About/Pages/History.aspx
Into the Fringe - Dr. Karla Turner PhD - Audiobook - spoken by Julie UFO ET Alien Abduction Greys
 
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An account of alien abduction describes how Dr. Karla Turner Ph.D. and her family uncovered long-buried memories and actual physical evidence of their encounters with aliens. ------------- Music ▶Into the Fringe by Dr. Karla Turner Ph.D audiobook read by Bridget - http://bit.ly/1Bzomkh No Music ▶Into the Fringe - Dr. Karla Turner Ph.D. Audiobook (spoken by Julie) http://bit.ly/2ehK2lN ------------- Karla Turner's story.... If you wanted to find four words to describe the life of alien abduction investigator Karla Turner, Ph.D., those words might be intrepid human rights activist. A former college instructor who held a doctorate in Old English Studies from the University of North Texas, Turner had authored three books on the abduction phenomenon, Into the Fringe (1992), Taken (1994), and, with psychic Ted Rice, Masquerade of Angels (1994). She was convinced that the aliens were here not to help us out, but to steal from us the sovereignty of our souls. She wanted us to fight back – with the same courage that she herself showed when, after a period of struggle – just like Mae Brussell and Ann Livingston– she succumbed to a particularly virulent, fast-acting form of breast cancer, on Jan. 9, 1996. The diminutive scholar, author and activist, who was born in 1947 and made her home in Roland, Arkansas, had been involved in alien abduction work since 1988. Two traits, she had come to conclude, characterized alien behavior above all: deceitfulness and cruelty. In Into the Fringe, she recounted the abduction experiences of herself, her husband Casey (an assumed name), and several other members of her family. The family had first became aware of their experiences in 1988. Later, they were able to recall abduction events going back to their childhoods; the experiences were uniformly disturbing. In her second book, Taken (published, like Masquerade of Angels, by her own press, Kelt Works, in Roland), Turner told the stories of eight female abductees who had contacted her after the publication of her first book. Masquerade of Angels was the biography of Louisiana psychic Ted Rice, who, used to channeling benevolent entities, then becoming aware of his alien abduction experiences, first believed the aliens were benign, then came to the conclusion that they were no more than remorseless predators. From beginning to end, Turner had been struck by how contradictory the stories of the aliens were. They would, she averred, say anything they wanted to attain their ends. As the abductees in Taken reported it, the aliens insisted variously that they had come to help us cope with upcoming ecological disaster, interbreed for our good and theirs, help us evolve, take our genetic material to revivify their dying race. Sometimes they claimed they had outright created us; other times, that they were genetically altering us for our own good. more info of her story at: http://projectcamelot.org/turner.html -------- Read along with ebook - Into the Fringe: http://bit.ly/1n1S3Jg ------ facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/DrKarlaTurner ------ Dr. Karla Turner Audiobooks: ▶ Taken: Inside the Alien-Human Abduction Agenda by Dr. Karla Turner audiobook read by Bridgette - http://bit.ly/1uAPJcu ▶ Masquerade of Angels Dr. Karla Turner read by Bridget Audiobook - http://bit.ly/1GxgxkK ▶ Alien Abductions in the Gingerbread House by Karla Turner, Ph.D. audiobook (read by Daniel) - http://bit.ly/1xFtYOb Dr. Karla Turner Lectures: ▶Dr. Karla Turner's Final Lecture May 7, 1995 - San Diego, CA - (ufo, abduction,grey aliens) - http://bit.ly/1FRTLVP Testimony's Alien Abduction: ▶Dr. Karla Turner interview's six woman abducted by Alien Greys, Nordics, Extraterrestrials - http://bit.ly/194uERo ▶ Dr. Karla Turner testimony - interview with Greg Bishop Austin MUFON conference - July 9, 1994 - http://bit.ly/1Ct8wMd ~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~­*­~ (no money is made from this video, educational purposes only) ~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~* Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use.
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Mary Handley | Negativity, Dallas Speaker - Women's Motivational Speaker
 
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Dallas Women's Motivational Speaker, For more info on Mary Handley visit: http://www.texasspeakersbureau.com/mary-handley/ or call The Texas Speakers Bureau at: 1.877.882.5368 ‪http://www.texasspeakersbureau.com/‬ Having been called the Erma Bombeck of this century, Mary Handley works with people from all walks of life while bringing humor to every audience. She helps small businesses and large corporations improve their supervisory and leadership skills, while encouraging positive attitudes and optimism in all areas of their life. She believes our attitude determines who we are today, and who we will become tomorrow. Her presentations are given with humor and a common sense approach to life's challenges. She is passionate about helping others realize that we need to make an impact rather than an impression. If we make an IMPACT on those in our sphere of influence, that is not only life changing, but it lasts for a life time. She has been privileged to serve for two years on the grants committee for the Susan G. Koman Foundation (A breast cancer awareness group) and been a member of the National Speakers Association, NSA of North Texas, Exceptional Women, and Fellowship of Professional Women. Mary is also a trainer for Managed Health networks and a speaker for Christian Women's Club. For more information on Mary Handley visit: http://www.texasspeakersbureau.com/mary-handley
Mary Handley | Temper, Dallas Speaker - Women's Motivational Speaker
 
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Dallas Women's Motivational Speaker, For more info on Mary Handley visit: http://www.texasspeakersbureau.com/mary-handley/ or call The Texas Speakers Bureau at: 1.877.882.5368 ‪http://www.texasspeakersbureau.com/‬ Having been called the Erma Bombeck of this century, Mary Handley works with people from all walks of life while bringing humor to every audience. She helps small businesses and large corporations improve their supervisory and leadership skills, while encouraging positive attitudes and optimism in all areas of their life. She believes our attitude determines who we are today, and who we will become tomorrow. Her presentations are given with humor and a common sense approach to life's challenges. She is passionate about helping others realize that we need to make an impact rather than an impression. If we make an IMPACT on those in our sphere of influence, that is not only life changing, but it lasts for a life time. She has been privileged to serve for two years on the grants committee for the Susan G. Koman Foundation (A breast cancer awareness group) and been a member of the National Speakers Association, NSA of North Texas, Exceptional Women, and Fellowship of Professional Women. Mary is also a trainer for Managed Health networks and a speaker for Christian Women's Club. For more information on Mary Handley visit: http://www.texasspeakersbureau.com/mary-handley
KHOU: Solis Mammography on Great Day Houston
 
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Celebrating 30 years in breast imaging, Solis Mammography is a specialized healthcare provider focused on delivering women an exceptional mammography experience. Headquartered in Addison, Texas, Solis currently operates 41 centers across six major markets – North Texas; Houston, Texas; Phoenix, Arizona; Columbus, Ohio; Greensboro, North Carolina; and, through its recent acquisition of Washington Radiology Associates (WRA), the D.C. metropolitan area. The company operates both wholly-owned centers and multiple successful joint ventures with hospital partners. Solis Mammography (including WRA), serves more than 600,000 patients each year with highly-specialized imaging services including screening and diagnostic mammography (2D and 3D), computer-aided detection, breast ultrasound, stereotactic biopsy and ultrasound-guided biopsy.Celebrating 30 years in breast imaging, Solis Mammography is a specialized healthcare provider focused on delivering women an exceptional mammography experience. Headquartered in Addison, Texas, Solis currently operates 41 centers across six major markets – North Texas; Houston, Texas; Phoenix, Arizona; Columbus, Ohio; Greensboro, North Carolina; and, through its recent acquisition of Washington Radiology Associates (WRA), the D.C. metropolitan area. The company operates both wholly-owned centers and multiple successful joint ventures with hospital partners. Solis Mammography (including WRA), serves more than 600,000 patients each year with highly-specialized imaging services including screening and diagnostic mammography (2D and 3D), computer-aided detection, breast ultrasound, stereotactic biopsy and ultrasound-guided biopsy.
Views: 493 Jo Trizila