Pa. state Rep. Tony DeLuca took to the House floor to speak on a resolution designating August as Kidney Cancer Month in Pennsylvania. DeLuca, a cancer survivor, talked about how cancer impacts everyone's life in Pennsylvania. More at http://www.pahouse.com/DeLuca
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Uplifting Athletes and PSU football team raise funds for kidney research through the annual Lift for Life event, held in State College, PA. In this video, Dr. David McDermott explains the importance of the Kidney Cancer SPORE.
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New Mesothelioma Treatment Options are emerging in the Skyline WHAT IS MESOTHELIOMA Also called: Malignant mesothelioma / malignant pleural mesothelioma (MPM) - Mesothelioma is an aggressive deadly painful form of cancer that targets the lining of the abdomen - Mesothelioma is a rare form of cancer that develops from cells of the mesothelium - Mesothelioma is usually caused by exposure to asbestos - United States in the top ten countries of mesothelioma deaths IS MALIGNANT PLEURAL MESOTHELIOMA TREATABLE? Renowned mesothelioma specialists say there are several emerging treatment options for mesothelioma in ongoing clinical trials across the country Some of the newest potential drugs and therapies currently tested include immunotherapies that boost a patient's immune system and drugs that slow the growth of new blood vessels to tumors, among others. 1.Anti-mesothelin antibodies 2.CRS-27 Vaccine 3.Avastin 4.Dendritic Cell Vaccine 5.Gene Therapy 6.Cryotherapy 7.Photodynamic Therapy 8.Iodine-Povidone Wash PAUL KRAUS: THE LONGEST LIVING MESOTHELIOMA SURVIVOR IN THE WORLD He believes that “people can conquer cancer because there is far more to this illness than just a doctor’s bad news.” Your feedback is highly appreciated YOUR COMMENT will help us to improve our ability to serve you Please HIT “Subscribe | Like | Share “if you Support us KEYWORDS: radiation therapy, kidney cancer, asbestos removal, asbesto, prostate cancer treatment, asbestosis, mesothelioma symptoms, cure for cancer, occupational health and safety, cancer treatment, cancer centers of america, cancer cure, cancer cell, asbestos exposure, asbestos testing, clinical trial, breast cancer treatment, lung cancer treatment, what is asbestos, cancer cells, popcorn ceiling, heart cancer, chemotherapy drugs, mesothelioma diagnosis, what is mesothelioma, mesothelium, skin cancer treatment, melanoma treatment, bladder cancer treatment, melanoma cancer, asbestos removal cost, liver cancer treatment, mesothelioma law firm, mesothelioma causes, mesothelioma cancer, mesothelioma lung cancer, cancer center, abestos, aspestos, breast cancer treatments, mesothelioma symptom, cancer treatments, asbestos abatement, asbestos insulation, thyroid cancer treatment, cancer care, cancer facts, mesothelioma prognosis, asbestos awareness, treatment for prostate cancer, alternative cancer treatments, ovarian cancer treatment, cancer drugs, asbestos survey, asbestos cancer, contract research organization, clinicaltrials, pancreatic cancer treatment, treatment for lung cancer, cancer support groups, asbestos symptoms, natural cancer cures, cancer cures, cancer blogs, paid research studies, medical studies, cancer information, medical trials, clinical studies, hse asbestos, prostate cancer treatment options, prostate cancer treatments, treatment for breast cancer, symptoms of mesothelioma, new cancer treatments, testicular cancer treatment, cancer therapy, asbestos regulations, cancer stories, clinical trial phases, treatment for cancer, cancer support, mesothelioma lawsuit, mesothelioma lawyers, peritoneal mesothelioma, mesothelioma treatment, asbestos lawyers, clinical trials phases, cancer treatment options, asbestos training, cure for cancer found, asbestos tile, asbestos floor tiles, kidney cancer treatment, cancer institute, asbestos ceiling tiles, natural cures for cancer, define asbestos, mesothelioma law firm articles, mesothelioma class action lawsuit, dr sugarbaker mesothelioma, asbestos cancer lawsuit, tennessee mesothelioma attorney, mesothelioma lawsuits, florida mesothelioma attorney, mesothelioma compensation claims, michigan mesothelioma lawyer, mesathelioma, mesothelioma compensation fund, mesothelioma doctors, mesothelioma of the lung, baltimore mesothelioma attorneys, desmoplastic mesothelioma, mesothelioma claim, cure for mesothelioma, mesothelioma lawsuit settlements, mesothelioma class action, mesothelioma law, mesothelioma help, texas mesothelioma lawyer, mesothelioma law suit, mesothelioma claims, the mesothelioma center, malignant pleural mesothelioma survival rate, best mesothelioma lawyers, malignant epithelioid mesothelioma, mesothelioma survivors, mesothelioma lawyers san diego, treatment mesothelioma, mesothelioma is caused by exposure to, mesothelioma attorneys, washington mesothelioma lawyer, california mesothelioma lawyer, mesothelioma cause, georgia mesothelioma lawyer, mesothelioma of the peritoneum, diagnosing mesothelioma, surviving mesothelioma, mesothelia, peritoneal mesothelioma life expectancy, seattle mesothelioma lawyer, stage 1 mesothelioma, treatments for mesothelioma, mesothelioma lawsuit, mesothelioma payouts, peritoneal mesothelioma survival rate, mesothelioma etiology, malignant pleural mesothelioma, best mesothelioma doctors, mesotheliomas, Pennsylvania mesothelioma lawyer, mesothelioma prognosis stage 3, epithelial mesothelioma, mesothelioma asbestos, mesothelioma stage 4, mesothelioma asbestos lawyer
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I'm attorney John Gismondi, founder of Gismondi & Associates. We are lawyers who represent families in Pittsburgh and throughout Pennsylvania who have been injured or lost loved ones because of a medical professional's failure to diagnose colon cancer. A powerful lawsuit can provide full and complete compensation for you, and it can also send a strong message that will help to prevent some other person from being injured by a similar mistake or accident.
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According to a new study, surgeons at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine have been able to identify and remove cancerous nodules by making the cancerous tissue glow. The study involved the use of a near-infrared contrast agent, which makes tumor cells glow. Researchers combined PET imaging and IMI in 50 patients having surgery to remove lung nodules. Using this method, doctors have been able to identify as much as 91% of nodules, identifying some that were not previously undetected with just a PET scan alone. https://www.upi.com/Health_News/2017/07/28/Surgeons-use-glowing-tumor-technology-to-remove-hidden-cancer/5421501261071/ http://www.wochit.com This video was produced by YT Wochit News using http://wochit.com
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Deborah told Anderson that the idea of donating her kidney to her boss came about after the potential donor fell through. "My boss called me into her office and asked me if I had been serious about what I had said back in October. I said, 'Of course I was.'" Subscribe to our channel: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=anderson http://www.andersoncooper.com http://www.twitter.com/anderson http://www.facebook.com/anderson http://anderson.tumblr.com http://pinterest.com/andersontv/ http://www.youtube.com/anderson To find out when "Anderson" airs in your town, go to AndersonCooper.com.
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The Freedom Foundation would like to share with you... ...the story of Tracy and Hung. Hung is 48 and dying from metastatic kidney cancer that has spread to his lungs, brain and has just hit his bones. Instead of enjoying Hung's last few days or months together with their children (aged 15, 7 and 4) they are struggling to make ends meet whilst Hung and Tracy's relationship hangs in the balance with all the financial tension and lack of security for their 3 young boys. They often are forced to accept food parcels from charity organizations, their church and teachers at the children's school. If it wasn't for the help of those around them they wouldn't be able to feed their children. However, the biggest of their stress is coming from the mortgage payments of their home. They are behind on their mortgage and are at risk of the bank taking their home away. And of course...the banks "cant do anything about it". We believe they should be able to appreciate the little time they have left together, but instead they are stressed out by their financial hardship. We can't bear watching this and have decided to do something about it - because sending them food and day to day assistance takes the pain away for an instant but not for the lifetime that Hung still has left.. We have decided to take on the mammoth task of raising $402,535 to help them pay off their mortgage and Hung's funeral costs....but we need your help. Hung's dying wish is that his wife and beautiful children (who ask for nothing) can at least remain in their house when he dies - the peace of mind that his wife and children have the security of a roof over their head is all he wants...and has ever wanted. That being said - it took us over a week to get their approval to share their story...they never ask for anything and are the most grateful family we have ever met. Please consider donating ANY amount big or small. Lots of hands make light work. Lots of people donating small amounts will make a huge difference. MORE IMPORTANTLY, please share with all your friends on Facebook, email, text etc. THANK YOU SO MUCH !! *The Freedom Foundation focuses on charitable giving and assistance for those families who have fallen through the Safety Net. For these situations the Freedom Club alone doesn't have the ability to turn their financial situation around so we bring the community in for assistance.
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A win against the DuPont Company awarded the plaintiff, Carla Bartlett, $1.6 million for negligence after she developed kidney cancer linked to the contamination of her drinking water by chemicals used in manufacturing DuPont’s Teflon products. Lindsay France speaks with Bartlett’s lawyer, Chris Paulos, about the legal strategies employed in taking on the chemical giant. Find RT America in your area: http://rt.com/where-to-watch/ Or watch us online: http://rt.com/on-air/rt-america-air/ Like us on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/RTAmerica Follow us on Twitter http://twitter.com/RT_America
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The Penn State Chapter becomes the first Uplifting Athletes Chapter to reach $1 million raised with its 2014 fundraising total of $151,990. The check presentation took places after the third quarter of the Ohio State vs. Penn State game.
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Dr. Haas, Director, Prostate and Kidney Cancer Program, Associate Professor of Medicine at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, discusses how immunotherapies are being integrated into the treatment of renal cell cancer.
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My specialty in our practice and my research interest is minimally invasive surgery for cancers of the prostate, kidney, bladder and testis. In addition to general urology training, I have completed a sub-specialty training in laparoscopic and robotic surgery. I would specifically would like to call your attention to a laparoscopic partial nephrectomy as well as needle-ablation techniques for the treatment of kidney cancer. Using these techniques I am able to treat the cancer without removing the entire kidney, thus preserving the long term kidney function and avoiding the need for dialysis or transplantation. These new procedures are associated with minimal pain and often do not require admission to the hospital at all. However, these surgeries are technically very complex and therefore are only available in a few university medical centers around the country. For more Information contact Bryn Mawr Urology Group 610.525.6580 http://www.BrynMawrUrology.com
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PSU's football stars compete under grueling conditions in the July heat to raise funds for the Kidney Cancer Association. Note that some videos on our website are made possible by grants from corporate sponsors. Disclosure of our financials and corporate sponsors of our website and videos is freely available at www.KidneyCancer.org.
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Dr. Zeltser received his bachelor's of science degree, Suma Cum Laude, from Brooklyn College and his medical degree with Distinction in Research from the State University of New York at Stony Brook School of Medicine. He completed both his general surgery and urology residencies at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He then completed a Fellowship in Minimally Invasive/Robotic Urologic Surgery at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas, where he also served as Instructor in Urology. Currently Dr. Zeltser serves as a Clinical Assistant Professor of Urology at Thomas Jefferson University. Dr. Zeltser has an extensive experience in both "pure" laparoscopic and robotic (da Vinci) radical prostatectomies for prostate cancer as well as minimally invasive approaches to the treatment of kidney, bladder and testicular cancer. Dr. Zeltser is among an elite group of physicians nationwide and the only one in the Philadelphia region performing Laparoscopic Retroperitoneal Lymph Node Dissection, a safe and effective way to treat testicular cancer with decreased pain and faster recovery when compared to traditional surgical procedures. Dr. Zeltser's main clinical and research interests are in Endourology and the minimally invasive approaches to the treatment of kidney cancer and he has published numerous articles, abstracts and book chapters in the field of minimally invasive urology. Dr. Zeltser and colleagues reported the first ever single port scarless laparoscopic kidney removal. Dr. Zeltser is an active member of the American Urological Association, the Endourological Society and the American Medical Association. Dr. Zeltser is fluent in Russian. For more Information contact Bryn Mawr Urology Group 610.525.6580 http://www.BrynMawrUrology.com
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Naomi B. Haas, MD of University of Pennsylvania presented "Experiences from the Bench to Bedside in Kidney Cancer". For more Winship Grand Rounds, visit https://winshipcancer.emory.edu/grand-rounds
Beth Eaby-Sandy MSN, CRNP, OCN, of the Abramson Cancer Center, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA explains the different toxicities seen with immunotherapy compared to chemotherapy. Toxicities associated with immunotherapy are generally uncommon, but can be life threatening if they progress. It important for nurses to understand why these patients are having these toxicities, and how they differ from chemotherapy. Nurses must tell patients when to get in contact. Three of the most common severe immune-mediated toxicities from immunotherapies used in lung cancer are: pneumonitis, colitis, and rash/dermatitis. Pneumonitis and colitis are the two that can be life-threatening. Patients with pneumonitis may develop sudden in shortness of breath, chest tightness, or coughing. Such toxicities are reversible with high doses of steroids followed by about a months’ worth of a taper. Patients with colitis often confuse symptoms with diarrhea. The difference is that in diarrhea frequent and loose stools are seen. In colitis abdominal pain, cramping, with bloody or mucousy stools are seen. Colitis without treatment with high-dose steroids can rapidly become worse. It is important for HCPs to realize the greater concern of pneumonitis in lung cancer patients when compared to melanoma patients. The rash/dermatitis is not necessarily life-threatening. But it is important to evaluate with pictures, and possibly biopsy the skin lesion. This tends to be rare with lung cancer drugs, but more common and severe in melanoma with combinations of ipilimumab and nivolumab. Another wide range of common toxicities are endocrinopathies. Hypothyroidism causes TSH levels to go up meaning a need to supplement with levothyroxines (treatment of choice). Hyperthyroidism is less common and more difficult to treat. Hypophysitis, or pituitary or adrenal disorders, can also occur but are rare and treated accordingly with hormones or cortisol therapies. There are many other rare toxicities, for example ocular toxicities, neuromuscular toxicities. Hepatitis and nephritis are slightly more common but are ‘paper toxicities’, which patients don’t feel and can be managed. Recorded at the 2016 World Conference of Lung Cancer (WCLC) of the International Association for the Study of Lung Cancer (IASLC) in Vienna, Austria.
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Dr. Haas, Director, Prostate and Kidney Cancer Program, Associate Professor of Medicine at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, shares the latest thinking regarding TKIs in the treatment of renal cell cancer.
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Dr. Haas, Director, Prostate and Kidney Cancer Program, Associate Professor of Medicine at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, tells us how cabozantinib is being integrated into the treatment of previously untreated, advanced renal cell cancer patients.
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Naomi B. Haas, MD, director, Prostate and Kidney Cancer Program Associate Professor of Medicine at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, discusses results of 2 ongoing clinical trials looking at adjuvant therapy options in renal cell carcinoma (RCC).
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Researchers at Penn Medicine, the Abramson Cancer Center and their partners at are conducting clinical trials that re-program t-cells to target and attack cancer.
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Watch an interview with Alan J. Wein, MD, PhD (Hon), Chief of Urology at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, and the Founder's Professor of Urology, and the Chief of the Division of Urology at Penn Medicine. "Innovation has always been one of the strong suits here at Penn, and in urology we endeavor to translate innovative techniques into common clinical practice." "I see patients mostly with urologic cancer, that is carcinoma of the prostate, it's probably the most common thing I see. Every patient should get the benefit of the expertise of the institutions. So if you put together the expertise of the 15 people, we truly cover every single area in adult urology with someone who is truly an expert and specifically trained in that area as well as the other areas of adult urology." "We now have four fully-trained robotic surgeons on staff, and each of the three hospitals; Pennsylvania Hospital, Presbyterian Penn Medical Center and the Hospital, the University of Pennsylvania, has trained robotics surgeons there that can do cancer robotic surgery on prostate, on bladder, on kidney." "We like to think of ourselves as an organ preservation center where we can, so in other words, kidney-sparing operations for kidney cancer, bladder-sparing operations and protocols for bladder cancer, obviously, the application of proton therapy to prostate cancer, a huge innovation; the largest proton treatment center in the world right across the street there, you know, just waiting to accept prostate cancer patients who are applicable for that and who want that therapy over others." "We're constantly trying to apply what has been proven to be applicable, successful, effective, have minimal risks to our patients, not just with cancer but with every other malady that we treat. If something is new and exciting, if it has backup to show that it's effective, then we'll apply it in our patients. We'll be the first in the area to do that, always." "I'm Alan Wein. I'm the Chief of Urology here at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, and the Founder's Professor of Urology, and the Chief of the Division of Urology at Penn Medicine." Learn more about Dr. Wein: http://www.pennmedicine.org/Wagform/MainPage.aspx?config=provider&P=PP&ID=1852 To learn more, visit http://www.pennmedicine.org/urology
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Researchers at the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania reported men with prostate cancer going through radiation therapy can benefit from yoga. They found that general quality of life and side effects were stable throughout radiation therapy while participating in yoga. The side effects remaining stable include fatigue, sexual health and urinary incontinence. Fatigue from cancer is very different from everyday fatigue. Everyday fatigue can usually be solved with rest, however cancer-related fatigue has been reported to lower the patients’ quality of life even more so than pain. Sixty to 90 percent of patients undergoing radiation report having fatigue. Erectile dysfunction is another common symptom reported by 21 to 85 percent of patients. Yoga in prostate cancer patients has been shown to strengthen pelvic floor muscles, increase blood flow and reduce fatigue. Seventy two percent of people practicing yoga are female and 18 percent are over the age 55, while the median age of diagnosis for prostate cancer is 66. ------------------------------------------ Subscribe to our channel: http://read.ht/fLZ Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/htTweets Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/hindustantimes Watch more videos at: http://www.hindustantimes.com/video hindustantimes.com © 2015
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Joshua Bauml, MD, assistant professor, Perelman School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania, discusses combinations with immunotherapy for patients with head and neck cancer.
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A brief overview of the Ninth Annual American Association for Cancer Research meeting in Philadelphia. This is billed as "The world's most comprehensive transdisciplinary cancer prevention meeting." Kidney Cancer Association CEO Bill Bro reports from the Pennsylvania Convention Center.
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Dr. Haas, Director, Prostate and Kidney Cancer Program, Associate Professor of Medicine at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, describes how patient characteristics play a role in selecting one agent over another when sequencing for metastatic RCC patients.
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Researchers at the University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of Medicine have found that yoga may help alleviate negative side effects of prostate cancer treatment. The phase II trial was designed to measure potential therapeutic effects of yoga on fatigue, erectile dysfunction, urinary incontinence and overall quality of life in patients undergoing external beam radiation therapy for prostate cancer. Between October 2014 and January 2016, 50 prostate cancer patients who underwent between six and nine weeks of radiation were split into two groups, one practicing yoga and the other not. "At their baseline, before patients started treatment, patients in both groups were on the lower end of the scale, meaning they reported lower amounts of fatigue," Dr. Neha Vapiwala, associate professor of Radiation Oncology at Perelman, said in a press release. "But as treatment went on, we observed a difference in the two groups." "Levels of patient-reported fatigue are expected to increase by around the fourth or fifth week of a typical treatment course, but that did not happen in the yoga group," he said, adding that "both the severity of the fatigue as well as the patients' ability to go about their normal lives appeared to be positively impacted in the yoga group." The study found patients in the non-yoga group not only did not report decreased fatigue, but instead reported increasing fatigue as treatment progressed. Researchers also examined the effects yoga had on sexual health, in particular erectile dysfunction, which effects up to 85 percent of radiation therapy patients during treatment. The yoga group remained at baseline as far as erectile dysfunction but the non-yoga group declined below baseline during treatment. "Yoga is known to strengthen pelvic floor muscles, which is one of several postulated theories that may explain why this group did not demonstrate declining scores, as seen in the control group," Vapiwala said. "That may also explain the yoga patients' improved urinary function scores, another finding of this trial." Overall well-being also increased in both groups, but more quickly in the yoga group than the non-yoga group. The study was published in Radiation Oncology. http://www.upi.com/Health_News/2017/04/06/Yoga-may-alleviate-prostate-cancer-treatment-side-effects-study-says/3521491500112/ http://www.wochit.com This video was produced by YT Wochit News using http://wochit.com
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Deepak Sudheendra, M.D., Assistant Professor of Clinical Radiology & Surgery, Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, talks about tumor-directed treatment without incisions.
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On two separate occasions, Brian faced the possibility of losing his kidneys due to cancer. In both cases, Daniel Eun, MD, Vice Chief of Robotic Surgery and Director of Minimally Invasive Robotic Urologic Oncology at Temple, was able to perform a robotic partial nephrectomy, leaving Brian with a portion of each of his kidneys that remains functional. "Sometimes it's an emotional response, when you're beat up a bit and someone holds a hand out to help you up - Dr. Eun did that for me." To learn more about robotic urologic surgery at Temple, visit http://tuh.templehealth.org/content/robotic_urologic.htm or call 1-800-TEMPLE-MED (1-800-836-7536).
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Driving down route 30 in Greensburg, Pennsylvania and Latrobe, Pennsylvania. This is from the snow in Western Pennsylvania on December 30th, 2017. EBates (Free Cash Back for Shopping Online): http://tr.im/jkpebates PLEASE LIKE THE VIDEO, SUBSCRIBE TO OUR CHANNEL, AND FEEL FREE TO COMMENT. WE ENJOY INTERACTING WITH YOU GUYS AND GIRLS ON YOUTUBE! INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/jkp3885/ YOUTUBE CHANNEL WISHLIST: https://www.amazon.com/gp/registry/wishlist/P53FUEDZAE1B/ref=cm_wl_huc_view CHANNEL MAIN PAGE: https://tinyurl.com/LJPRODUCTIONS ALL NATURAL HOMEMADE DOG TREATS: http://www.motleysmunchies.com ---------------------------- L&J Productions is a youtube channel of a younger couple named Justin & Lauren who like to VLOG and make other random videos for entertainment and educational purposes. Justin is a 10+ year cancer survivor and currently battles a rare kidney disease as well. Lauren is a cancer survivor as well and battles Lupus everyday. We talk about some health and nutrition, some things we do for fun, our lives, our pets, and even make some how-to videos about things on the computer and internet! You'll never know what you'll find here! We appreciate your support and thank you for watching!
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To find a surgeon in Pittsburgh check the physician locator on www.davincisurgery.com da Vinci Surgical System used for precise minimally invasive surgery.
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Dr. Haas, Director, Prostate and Kidney Cancer Program, Associate Professor of Medicine at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, discusses the optimal sequencing of agents in the treatment landscape for metastatic renal cell carcinoma (RCC).
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This week, my wife Merily joins me to share her story of lead toxicity. Merily will talk about her exposure to lead and the disruptions that it led to in her health. We will cover the associated health risk, sources of lead, and safe methods of eliminating lead. Merily is now a decade into her journey of lead detoxification and shares her comfort of knowing proper detox techniques and has taken her life back. More on Merily: Merily comes from a family with a history of estrogen dominant related cancer to which she lost both her mother and grandmother. At a young age, she was diagnosed with stage 4 cervical cancer and decided to follow a holistic route instead of utilizing conventional medicine. It was at this crucial moment that her healing journey began by detoxing lead and other toxins that caused hormone dysregulation, cellular inflammation and toxic children. Merily now proudly shares her story of combating lead toxicity and having learned through her personal experience, she can detox safely and effectively to prevent further disruption of her health. 👉 Dr. Daniel Pompa Social Media ► Facebook: https://goo.gl/F3Kz8y ► Instagram: https://goo.gl/JjfeCW ► Twitter: https://goo.gl/u3gs6q ► Google+: https://goo.gl/EQL9vH Notice: Dr. Daniel Pompa is licensed by the Pastoral Medical Association (PMA). For detailed licensing & disclaimer information, visit: http://drpompa.com/pma-disclaimer Dr. Pompa has voluntarily relinquished his chiropractic license in the state of Pennsylvania in order to more effectively pursue his dream of world health.
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President Trump visits first lady in hospital as she recovers from Kidney surgery; Kristin Fisher reports from Walter Reed Medical Center. FOX News Channel (FNC) is a 24-hour all-encompassing news service dedicated to delivering breaking news as well as political and business news. The number one network in cable, FNC has been the most watched television news channel for more than 15 years and according to a Suffolk University/USA Today poll, is the most trusted television news source in the country. Owned by 21st Century Fox, FNC is available in more than 90 million homes and dominates the cable news landscape, routinely notching the top ten programs in the genre. Subscribe to Fox News! https://www.youtube.com/user/FoxNewsChannel Watch more Fox News Video: http://video.foxnews.com Watch Fox News Channel Live: http://www.foxnewsgo.com/ Watch full episodes of your favorite shows The Five: http://video.foxnews.com/playlist/longform-the-five/ Special Report with Bret Baier: http://video.foxnews.com/playlist/longform-special-report/ The Story with Martha Maccallum: http://video.foxnews.com/playlist/longform-the-story-with-martha-maccallum/ Tucker Carlson Tonight http://video.foxnews.com/playlist/longform-tucker-carlson-tonight/ Hannity http://video.foxnews.com/playlist/longform-hannity/ The Ingraham Angle: http://video.foxnews.com/playlist/longform-the-ingraham-angle/ Fox News @ Night: http://video.foxnews.com/playlist/longform-fox-news-night/ Follow Fox News on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/FoxNews/ Follow Fox News on Twitter: https://twitter.com/FoxNews/ Follow Fox News on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/foxnews/
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Beth Larsen of Springfield, Missouri, got a kidney from Scott Hopfinger, of Belleville, Illinois. The two met for the first time at a St. Louis Cardinals baseball game and threw out first pitches together. Hopfinger, 41, became an anonymous kidney donor last year after watching a viral video showing two kids from Pennsylvania pleading for their gravely ill mother, who needed a kidney transplant. "I have a son," Scott said. "Just seeing those children ... Something moved me, and I wanted to help." Scott couldn't donate a kidney to the Pennsylvania woman due to logistical problems. But St. Louis doctors matched him with a young mother on dialysis in Springfield, Missouri — Larsen.
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Mark A. Morgan, MD, professor of obstetrics and gynecology, University of Pennsylvania, director, Gynecology Oncology for University of Pennsylvania Health Systems, discusses bulk reduction surgery prior to chemotherapy in patients with stage III ovarian cancer.
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Dr. David J. Ellis earned his undergraduate degree at LaSalle College and his medical degree at Jefferson Medical College with distinction. He completed his general surgery training at Kaiser Permanente Medical Center in San Francisco and then his urology residency at the Thomas Jefferson University Hospital in Philadelphia. Dr. Ellis has received special training in Laparoscopy, Extracorporeal Shockwave Lithotripsy, Laser, and Ultrasound applications. He currently serves as Clinical Assistant Professor of Urology at Jefferson Medical College and as Attending Physician at The Bryn Mawr Hospital. He has assumed multiple leadership positions in the medical community. He is a former member of the Medical Executive Committee of Main Line Health Hospitals and treasurer of the Medical Staff. Currently, while in full-time practice, Dr. Ellis serves as the president of Academic Urology of PA, LLC, the largest single group practice of Urology in Pennsylvania. He is certified by the American Board of Urology and is a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons. He has been voted "Top Physician" for many consecutive years. Dr. Ellis is a member of the Philadelphia Urological Society and the Urological Association of Pennsylvania, Inc. Dr. Ellis' special interests include: Prostate cancer, prostate disease, urinary malignancies, kidney stone therapy, and impotence. He particularly enjoys the mentoring of the next generation of urologists. He considers this activity his most important in enhancing care for all current and future patients. For more Information contact Bryn Mawr Urology Group 610.525.6580 http://www.BrynMawrUrology.com
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