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Jerry Remy, legendary Red Sox broadcaster, dead at 68 after cancer battle: reports [Video]

Jerry Remy, the legendary Boston Red Sox broadcaster and former MLB All-Star, died Saturday after a long battle with lung cancer. He was 68.

Remy played second base in the majors from 1975 to 1984 with the Red Sox and California Angels. He was an All-Star during the 1978 season when he hit .278 with 162 hits and 44 RBI. After his career was over, he would start calling Red Sox games for the New England Sports Network (NESN) in 1988.

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The Boston Globe and WCVB-TV were among the first to report Remy’s death.

He would team with Don Orsillo from 2001 to 2015 and later with Dave O’Brien. He was inducted into the Red Sox Hall of Fame in 2006 and was elected the “president” of Red Sox Nation in 2007.

Remy started his fight with cancer in November 2008, saying he had a “very small, low-grade cancerous area …

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Immunotherapy Updates in Lung Cancer [Video]

Program Director - Dr Manoj Mahajan1) Introduction and Context Setting Chairperson - Dr. Purvish Parikh2) Role of biomarkers in Lung cancer Speaker - Dr. Ajay Singh3) New era in the management of Stage III NSCLC Speaker - Dr. Deepak Gupta4) Critical factors to consider while choosing treatment for EGFRm NSCLC patients Speaker - Dr Deepak Shukla5) IM power 150-Focussing on key subgroups (EGFR+ve / Liver Mets) Speaker - Dr. Lalit Sharma6) Panel discussion and insights in stage 4 NSCLCModerator - Dr. Naresh Somani7) Conclusion and Take-Home Message Program Director - Dr Manoj Mahajan

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Lung Cancer and Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery that you might need to know how it is done! [Video]

Lung Cancer and Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery that you might need to know how it is done. It is known that the chest area is one of the most dangerous areas that can be operated on, although it is full of important organs in which a defect may occur that requires surgery. Or that there is a congintal abnormality that requires repair, such as congenital heart defects.RESOURCES & LINKS:-------------------------------------------------------------------Questions discussed with Doctor Seong (Leading doctor from Ewha Womans University Seoul Hospital)- What is lung cancer?- What is the first symptom of lung cancer?- What are the diagnostics that help to identify if there is lung cancer?- The diagnostics, how is it different from other lung diseases?- How many stages does lung cancer have in general? - What are the treatments that can be used?- What exactly is thoracoscopic surgery and in what stages is it used?- Does it have any advantages of classic surgery?- Usually what causes lung cancer? Is it heredity, smoking, or is it lifestyle?- How can individuals prevent lung cancer? - Passive smoking. Can it result in lung cancer? - Can you tell us what is so special about the department of thoracic and cardiovascular surgery at Ewha Womans University Hospital?------------------------------------------------------------------- Doctor's Profile: https://icloudhospital.com/doctor_detail/suk-hwan-seong If you have any health issues contact us anytime, we here to help at CloudHospital – https://icloudhospital.com/ Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/c/CloudHospitalTV to learn more about various health and beauty topics. Find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/icloudhospital/ On Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cloudhospital.beauty/ On LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/cloudhospital/ On Twitter: https://twitter.com/CloudhospitalI#LungCancer #LungCancerTreatment #CardiovascularSurgery #Thoracic #CloudHospital