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Radio host Don Imus revealed on his show Monday morning that he was diagnosed last week with stage two prostate cancer. (March 16)
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Don Imus profiled on ABC's Primetime Live October 1991 Part 2 of 2
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Don Imus profiled on ABC's Primetime Live October 1991 Part 1 of 2
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Prostate Cancer, Your Treatment Options provides information about what prostate cancer is; how it is diagnosed and treated; and what patients can expect. The video also deals with how men and their families can get information and comfort from a prostate support group. Made with the support of: AstraZeneca, BC Cancer Agency, and Vancouver Island Prostate Cancer Research Foundation For copies: (250)370-8204 or MediaSales@viha.ca © 2007 Vancouver Island Health Authority
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WABC NEW LOGO, 'IMUS IN THE MORNING' For affiliations and donating info--go to the Deidre Imus Envirnonmental Center for Pediatric Oncology website: http://www.dienviro.com Affiliations: Hackensack University Medical Center (HUMC) HUMC AND Complementary Medicine Tomorrows Children's Institute Tomorrows Chiildren's Fund The Imus Cattle Ranch for Kids with Cancer Environmental Working Group (EWG) Natural Resources Defense Council New Jersey Environmental Federation (NJEF) SKIP of New York (Sick Kids need Involved People of New York, Inc.) Also: Greening Your Life Fall Newsletter;MP3 of Deidre Imus discussing healthier living; Greening the Cleaning product lines; Virtual tour of one of America's first environmentally responsible and sustainable healthcare facilities with Deidre Imus; Environmental Protection Agency bestows Qualitiy Award on Environmental Center;also featured is the Children's Environmental Health Report. And much more...
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http://headzup.tv News Corp's Rupert Murdoch announces the hiring of disgraced radio host Don Imus for the Fox Business Network. Read more about it here-- http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2009/09/03/don-imus-joining-fox-busi_n_276422.html Download daily Catch and Release Comedy™ political cartoons to your mobile phone or iPod at http://www.headzup.tv
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If prostate cancer has progressed to Stage 2, that generally means that your doctor has found a lump or nodule on the prostate. Usually the prostate must be removed. There are several ways surgeons can do this. Dr. Howard Tay is a Urologist experienced with prostate cancer. He goes over these Stage 2 prostate cancer treatments in the video below. The type of procedure that is right for you depends on several factors. Talk to your doctor about your treatment options. VIEW THE ARTICLE: Treatment Options for Stage 2 Prostate Cancer - http://www.prostatecancerlive.com/?p=13611 SUBSCRIBE FOR MORE EXPERT INFORMATION AND BREAKING PROSTATE CANCER NEWS http://youtube.com/subscription_cente... VISIT PROSTATECANCERLIVE.com FOR TONS OF INFORMATIVE VIDEOS http://www.prostatecancerlive.com/# SUGGEST THE NEXT TOPIC FOR OUR PROSTATE CANCER EXPERTS! http://www.prostatecancerlive.com/# CONNECT WITH US! Google+: http://bit.ly/17F4WQr Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/ProstateCancerLive Twitter: https://twitter.com/ProstateLive
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Nearly two-hundred-thousand American men are diagnosed with prostate cancer each year. And treatments like radiation and surgery often target the entire prostate, even when only part of the gland is cancerous. Aggressive treatment can result in urinary incontinence or loss of potency in some men. But Duke University Medical Center experts say a pinpointed new surgery called focal therapy is effective in targeting only the cancerous portion of the prostate, sparing surrounding healthy tissue. Dr. Thomas Polascik These days theres some concern that many Americans are overtreated for prostate cancer when they may not need such aggressive treatment. So this is a way to preserve bodily functions—most notably continence and potency while attempting to control the cancer. During focal therapy, the cancerous part of the prostate is treated with cryotherapy, which kills cancer cells by freezing them. The rest of the prostate is left untreated, preserving its function. One of the benefits of focal therapy is that it can be repeated and what may happen in the future is we may transform prostate cancer into a chronic disease. In other words, if a patient is treated and then has a recurrence many years down the road, that treatment can be repeated. Doctors say biopsies are periodically needed after therapy to be sure untreated sections of the prostate remain cancer-free. A recent analysis by Duke surgeons found continence is maintained in nearly 98% of patients who receive focal therapy, and up to 90% of patients maintain potency. About one in five patients with prostate cancer may be candidates for focal therapy. At the Duke University Medical Center, Im Mike Garrison
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Geraldo Rivera Talks About the Kerik Case with Don Imus
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(Via CSPANJunkie, http://crooksandliars.com ) "Sarah Palin? She's A Dope! Write A Book? She Can't Read A Book!" Don Imus
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PlusDon Imus Says Race Comment Was MisunderstoodDon Imus Says Race Comment Was MisunderstoodThe Associated PressMonths after returning to the radio with a pledge to mend the wounds caused by his comments about a women's basketball team, Don Imus is once again defending on-air remarks regarding race. (June 23)[Notes:ANCHOR VOICE] [Notes:Dateline: New York][Notes:NATS up Imus] It's been just six months since Don Imus returned to radio... And he's already causing another stir by a racially charged comment he made on air. [Notes:Photo Warner Wolf, Adam Jones]The former M-S-N-B-C anchor was talking with sports announcer Warner Wolf on Imus's radio show.They were discussing the arrests of suspended Dallas Cowboys cornerback Adam 'PacMan' Jones [Notes:SOT radio show] [Notes:File vid Sharpton]Al Sharpton is criticizing the remarks.The civil rights leader says his National Action Network will look into it. [Notes:File vid Imus] But Imus says he was simply misunderstood. [Notes:Graphic with text statement]He released a statement saying 'I meant that he was being picked on because he's black.' [Notes:File vid Imus, Rutgers basketball team] Last year ... M-S-N-B-C and C-B-S Radio fired Imus for making a sexist and racially charged comment about the Rutgers University women's basketball team. [Notes:File Imus]But his current employer ... Citadel Broadcasting ... says this time it's **not** likely the broadcasters would take disciplinary action. ___ ___, The Associated Press.(****END****)
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On April 4, 2007, radio talk show host Don Imus referred to members of the Rutgers University women’s basketball team (most of whom were African-American) as “nappy-headed hos” during a segment of his nationally syndicated “Imus in the Morning” show. Taken by many people, including the basketball team, to be racist slurs, Imus’s comments triggered calls for program sponsor boycotts and even termination of his employment. On April 6th, Imus made an on-air apology for his “insensitive and ill-conceived remark,” followed by elaboration and contextualization of his original remark and apology on April 9th. Imus faced suspension from NBC News and CBS Radio for his comments. Not long after, CBS fired Imus from the network.
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Countdown with Keith Olbermann Don Imus Controversy Part 1 Of 3. Recorded 1 Week After Don Imus Was Fired From CBS.
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Found audio of Imus in the Morning from December 9th 1980. Imus and Charles McCord reporting on the murder of John Lennon the previous evening.
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Tutorial Video, demonstrating the process of comparing prostate cancer treatments on the Prostate Cancer Treatment Research Foundation website, www.pctrf.com. Video Development - Dean Dubinsky Video Transcript: Prostate Cancer Treatment Research Foundation. Increasing Knowledge - Building Hope. The treatments on this chart are Surgery, External Beam Radiation, Seeds or Brachytherapy, the combined treatment of Brachytherapy and External Beam Radiation, Proton Radiation, High Dose Rate Radiation and High Intensity Focused Ultrasound. Note that High Dose Rate Radiation and High Intensity Focused Ultrasound do not have enough data points to make up an Ellipse, but the data is included for completeness. To understand more about Low Risk Prostate Cancer and the Treatment options, select the Low Risk Commentary. Here you will find a description of the disease and a overview of the options for Low Risk Patients. To view the results of a treatment, select the square next to the treatment name. For example, selecting surgery causes a series of dots and squares to appear on the page, along with an Ellipse. Each dot or square represents a study with a different number of patients. To learn more about a particular study, hover over the dot. If you click on the dot, a link will appear that will take you to an abstract of the study. To see the entire list of referenced articles on this page, click on the Low Risk Article Reference link. Here you will find a link to all the studies, covering the patients, used to create the Low Risk Chart. The scale on the left side of the graph is Percent of PSA Progression Free. Measuring PSA Progression Free , as opposed to survival, is a true indicator of the success of the Treatment. A PSA Progression Free of 100% implies that the cancer has not returned, and no follow up treatment was necessary. The bottom of the graph tracks time in years, in this case up to 16 years. The longer a Treatment can maintain a PSA Progression Free close to 100%, the more effective the Treatment. The treatment ellipse is mathematically calculated to help you visualize how the patients are doing with the selected treatment. The mid point of the ellipse shows on average how the patients responded to a that treatment. The direction of the ellipse, shows how the patients trended over time. To learn more about the process behind creating the ellipse's, just click on How the Charts Work. If you choose to focus your study on just one treatment, you can de-select the others on the chart. This capability also works within the key. You can change the data presented, by selecting or de-selecting them in the key. In the case of surgery, there are two types of surgery represented by the ellipse, radical prostatectomy and robotic surgery. Using the key, you can focus in on one or both, by viewing just the data points. If you are unfamiliar or would like to understand more about a treatment, click on the treatment name and the Treatment Description page will appear. Here you will find descriptions of all the treatments being compared on the graph. In the upper right hand corner of the chart are the options to Print or Download the current page, reflecting the treatments you have currently selected. Prostate Cancer Treatment Research Foundation. www.pctrf.org
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Why me? I exercised and had a good Diet. Why? In this health video minute on prostate cancer, Drs. Tewari (leader in prostate cancer research and surgery) and Schlegel (Department Chairman) of Cornell Urology review the process of receiving and delivering a diagnosis of prostate cancer. Source: An Original HealthTheater.tv Production/In association with the Dept. of Urology, Weill-Cornell New York Presbyterian Hospital. Credits: Executive Producer:Sean Moloney
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(Alternative Treatment for Prostate Cancer) No Erectile Dysfunction _________________________________________________________ "There were a number of things that were open to us, but after investigating them all, we decided that they all had really strong side effects that we would not like to have. That's really one of the primary reasons we decided on the institute here." "We had a friend who had the surgery, and nine months later, the cancer came back. Plus he has to live with the side effects for the rest of his life. And we though, 'Boy, we've gotta give something else a try." "The treatment, actually, is painless. The radiation is painless. The people in radiation are very thorough. The hyperthermia takes 45 minutes, and it's done through a heat treat, there's no pain to it. There's no pain to the treatment at all. It just takes time." "I had no illness at all, except it does make you a little more tired. But that was the only thing I ever noticed." "The side effects from prostate cancer, the treatments that traditional medicine uses: you can be impotent, you can be incontinent, you can have constant diarrhea for the rest of your life. Who wants to live with that if you don't have to? Everything is working just great, so we're very happy. Plus! It's gone." "When we came here, we were still a little skeptical, but we figured, doesn't hurt to try and see what happens. When we came here, we started talking to people, and all the good results people have had, it built up our confidence in it, and of course, getting the PSA results through the months, seeing that it was going down. It's really proven to be the best thing we could've done." "I'd have to say that I was quite upset when I found out that I had prostate cancer. That's something that I knew a lot of men had gotten after they reacha certain age. I'm 76 now, my father had it, of course, he didn't have it treated. Since we have a family of longevity, I thought that at 76, we should do something about this, because I'm in good physical health, so we should do something about it that would be positive. At the end of the treatment, I couldn't be happier." Hyperthermia is one of the most successful and low side effects Prostate cancer tratment available in the world. Dr James Bicher, a pioneer in the field of Hyperthermia, has been successfully treating pations for over 30 years with this FDA approved cancer treatment modality. Hyperthermia does not have the sexual side effects of impotence, incontinence, and possible diarrhea. Those sexual side effects from surgery, high radiation does, hormone therapy, or chemotherapy, could be temporal (moths or up to two years) or permanent. http://www.vci.org/cancer_treatments_miscell/prostatecancertreatment.htm ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ More Useful Links Alternative Approaches to Prostate Cancer - Michael Schachter M.D. ... All prostate cancer patients should use alternative cancer therapies. In general, they should be used prior to beginning conventional treatment. ... http://www.healthy.net/scr/article.asp?Id=544 (Alternative Prostate Cancer) treatment Holistic( Prostate Cancer ... (Alternative Prostate Cancer) treatment Holistic Prostate Cancer cure, VCI researches and clinically uses Hyperthermia, natural less toxic cancerocidal ... http://www.vci.org/cancer_treatments_miscell/prostatecancertreatment.htm treatments for prostate cancer, prostate cancer treatment ... Prostate Cancer Treatment | Alternative Prostate Cancer Treatment |. institute for cancer research. A.P.John. Prostate Cancer ... http://www.apjohncancerinstitute.org/cancer/prostate.htm - Alternative prostate cancer treatment alternative prostate cancer treatment - Prostate cancer is an attack of the male prostate gland by a mass of harmful cells. Prostate cancer is most common. http://www.dart-creations.com/.../alternative_prostate_cancer_treatment.html http://co-creativesynergy.com http://drkenbest.com http://youtu.be/6MOgxbDaKzk (Effective Prostate Cancer Treatment) Avoids Sexual Side Effects ... http://www.vci.org/cancer_treatments_miscell/prostatecancertreatment.htm Alternative Prostate Cancer Treatment - Low Sexual Side Effects · Alternative Neck Cancer Treatments · Breast Cancer Treatment Alternatives · Neck Cancer ... Integrative Medicine: Alternative Approaches to Prostate Cancer http://www.healthy.net/Health/Article/Alternative_Approaches_to_Prostate_Cancer/544 The complementary approach to the management and treatment of prostate cancer is quite different from the conventional approach and perhaps more ... Prostate Cancer - Alternative Cancer Treatments - Cancer Tutor http://www.cancertutor.com/Other/Prostate_Cancer.html Prostate cancer, meaning cancer of the prostate gland, is a common adenocarcinoma in men. The probability of getting prostate ...
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SelectPlusImus: 'I Was Trying to Make a Sarcastic Point'Imus: 'I Was Trying to Make a Sarcastic Point'The Associated PressDon Imus is defending a remark he made about the arrests of suspended Dallas Cowboys cornerback Adam Jones, saying he was simply trying to make a point that African Americans are treated unfairly by the law." (June 24)Hoping to set the record straight....again.Don Imus came on the air this morning, Sounding exasperated that he was having to address racially charged comments for the second time in six months.SOT: IMUSThe newest flap came over these remarks he made yesterday....As he discussed the six arrests of suspended Dallas Cowboys cornerback Adam Jones ---SOT: IMUS YESTERDAYDefending his comments and blasting back at his critics--- Imus says he was simply trying to make a sarcastic point that African-Americans are treated unfairly by the law.SOT: Imus But this isn't the first time Imus finds himself in hot water....Last year ... both M-S-N-B-C and C-B-S Radio fired the shock jock for making a derogatory comment about the Rutgers University women's basketball team. SOT: ImusImus' current employer -- Citadel Broadcasting --- though, has indicated they likely would not discipline the host...When reached for comment --- Jones said he was truly upset about the comments and that obviously Mr. Imus has problems with African-Americans. ___ ___, The Associated Press.
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