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‘Dancing dad’ captures the internet with son’s cancer-free dancing clip [Video]

Kennith Allen Thomas – otherwise known as the “dancing dad” – took the internet by storm with his daily father-son duo dancing videos

In the now-viral video called “When your son is cancerfree” – which has been viewed more than 400,000 times – Thomas and his son, Kristian, who beat leukemia in November 2018, can be seen dancing outside of their home in matching flannels, jeans and smiles spreading from ear to ear. 

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In the beginning, Thomas is seen busting a move while holding Kristian on his hip. After a few moments, Kristian joins in and the two dance side-by-side. 

When Kristian was diagnosed with leukemia in June 2018, Thomas, a father of four, said his family’s world completely shifted from daily bloodwork to over a month straight in the hospital while Kristian went through his first round of chemotherapy. 

At the time, Thomas had to limit operations …

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Second-line CAR-T therapy in B-cell lymphoma [Video]

Peter M. Riedell, MD, University of Chicago Medicine, Chicago, IL, shares updates from the Phase III ZUMA-7 trial (NCT03391466) of the anti CD19 axicabtagene ciloleucel (axi-cel), a chimeric antigen receptor (CAR) T-cell therapy in patients with relapsed/refractory (r/r) large B-cell lymphoma (LBCL). A superior event-free survival and overall survival were reported in the axi-cel arm and the findings corroborate with data from the Phase III TRANSFORM trial (NCT03575351), demonstrating the potential of CAR T-cell therapy as a second-line option for LBCL. This interview took place at the 63rd ASH Annual Meeting and Exposition congress in Atlanta, GA.

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Quick car exercise to eliminate pain & optimize health , 12.23.21 [Video]

Short exercise you can do in your car to reduce postural pain associated with driving, such as in the neck, shoulder, or back…& to optimize overall health & performance. I’ve been studying & working in exercise & the ways it can boost health for many years. It’s always been a hobby of mine, kinda like mechanics enjoy tinkering on cars. I’ve seen all the fads pass through & repeat. I stay up with the latest studies & data as it relates to new exercise science, such as the top applicable sports- Olympics, MMA, Jiu Jitsu, Football, etc. I enjoy creating new methods & tools in exercise. Most of all I’ve lived the life of achieving elite performance under extreme duress & conditions with trial & error while continuing to set the world record in surviving the most chemotherapy. It is the main tool I can utilize & have some control over to be able to thrive with aggressive terminal blood cancer. I must share the secrets I’ve learned with the world 😆I push my body past limits & get all sorts of labs done weekly where I’m under care in BMT. I track & review my data constantly. I do this all like my life depends on it. Because it does. If I make a mistake or get lazy, I will end up in critical care very fast. I’d like to get back to work in this area. Currently I write & present for a developmentally disabled company between many hours a week in treatment. This post is a step forward to try to achieve my goal. I gotta keep trying & pushing towards hope no matter the cancer reports. My mission is to help others optimize their unique health goals through specialized exercise, diet, & habits. Hope you enjoy the video. Try it & give some feedback.@arabellehanan @egoscuemethod @ptxtherapy #carexercise #flipcancer #optimizehealthcare #encouragement #jesusisking #smilemore #staysilly #riseandgrind

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Boy Fighting Leukemia Enjoys Hamburger Dinner With Santa In North Pole CBS Philly [Video]

A 7-year-old Woodland boy diagnosed with leukemia wished to meet Santa Claus and have a hamburger dinner at the North Poleand that wish was granted.

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Seneca Valley Football Teams Draws Inspiration From Athletic Director Diagnosed With Breast Cancer CBS Pittsburgh [Video]

Seneca Valley High School's football team is learning the greatest lessons in life this year.