Dr. Anant Agarwalla discusses the importance of colon cancer screening and early detection.
Craig Mish details the latest NFL news.
What factors could impact a prostate cancer patients access to quality, affordable care? This animated video reviews common obstacles and provides tools and resources to help address barriers to care.Patient Empowerment Network (PEN) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. PEN’s mission is to fortify cancer patients and care partners with the knowledge and tools to boost their confidence, put them in control of their healthcare journey, and assist them in receiving the best, most personalized care available to ensure they have the best possible outcome. Subscribe now to receive the latest news on cancer treatment and research: https://powerfulpatients.org/connect
Urgent Alert: Deaths and Blindness from OTC Eye Drops and More NewsIf you like this content and want more, I am doing a special lifetime membership offer. Click here:https://www.drbeen.com/yt-special-p/Want to support this work?:Buy me a coffee 🙂 https://www.buymeacoffee.com/DrMobeenSyedBecome my patron: https://www.patreon.com/mobeensyed?fan_landing=truePayPal: https://paypal.me/mobeensyed?locale.x=en_USMy substack: https://mobeensyedmd.substack.com/#drbeen #koolbeens #COVIDDisclaimer:This video is not intended to provide assessment, diagnosis, treatment, or medical advice; it also does not constitute provision of healthcare services. The content provided in this video is for informational and educational purposes only.Please consult with a physician or healthcare professional regarding any medical or mental health related diagnosis or treatment. No information in this video should ever be considered as a substitute for advice from a healthcare professional.URL list from Wednesday, Mar. 22 2023Outbreak of Extensively Drug-resistant Pseudomonas aeruginosa Associated with Artificial Tears | HAI | CDChttps://www.cdc.gov/hai/outbreaks/crpa-artificial-tears.htmlDeath toll linked to contaminated eye drops rising as more report vision loss – ABC Newshttps://abcnews.go.com/Health/death-toll-linked-contaminated-eye-drops-rises-3/story?id=98038783Acute Effects of Coffee Consumption on Health among Ambulatory Adults | NEJMhttps://www.nejm.org/doi/full/10.1056/NEJMoa2204737?query=TOC&cid=NEJM%20eToc,%20March%2023,%202023%20DM2168021_NEJM_Non_Subscriber&bid=1475668437Experimental pill breakthrough sees cancer vanish in a third of leukaemia patients | Euronewshttps://www.euronews.com/next/2023/03/21/leukaemia-breakthrough-pill-revumenib-menin-inhibitor-trial-sees-cancer-vanish-18-patientsThe menin inhibitor revumenib in KMT2A-rearranged or NPM1-mutant leukaemia | Naturehttps://www.nature.com/articles/s41586-023-05812-300:00 Introduction02:03 OTC Eyedrops Recalled05:23 Coffee and Its Effect on Heart11:26 30% of Refractory Leukemia Patients Recovered Fully23:55 Summary
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Episode 1: Advancing the Standard of Care for Relapsed/Refractory Multiple Myeloma: BCMA-directed Therapy0.5 credit/contact hour CME, NCPD, CPE, AAPAExpiration date: 2/8/2024https://mli.link/Relapsed-Refractory-Multiple-Myeloma-E1For complete CME information, including accreditation and disclosure information, how to apply for credit, and to access activity-specific resources in the full presentation, please visit: https://mli.link/CME-Info-Page-Relapsed-Refractory-Multiple-Myeloma-E1Support StatementThis activity is supported by educational grants from Pfizer, Bristol Myers Squibb, and Janssen Biotech, Inc., administered by Janssen Scientific Affairs, LLC.Faculty:Paula Rodríguez Otero, MD, PhDConsultant in HematologyClínica Universidad de NavarraPamplona, SpainAdrienne A. Phillips, MD, MPHAssociate Professor of Clinical MedicineAssociate Fellowship Program DirectorDepartment of MedicineDivision of Hematology & Medical OncologyWeill Cornell MedicineNew York, NYMelody Smith, MD, MSAssistant Professor of MedicineStanford University, Department of MedicineDivision of Blood & Marrow Transplantation and Cellular TherapyStanford, CABeth Faiman, PhD, MSN, APN-BC, AOCN®, BMTCN®, FAAN, FAPOCleveland Clinic Taussig Cancer InstituteDepartment of Hematology and Medical OncologyMember, Population and Cancer Prevention Program, Case Comprehensive Cancer CenterCleveland, OH
SB47 passed the Senate. Now it’s the HOUSE of REPRESENTATIVES’ turn to vote on medical marijuana.Call your Rep today:1 (800) 372-7181Tell your Representative you support medical marijuana & would like them to VOTE YES ON SB47 with no amendments.KY4MM does not own the rights to this video. Please follow the link below for the full Kentucky Edition broadcast:https://www.ket.org/program/kentucky-edition/march-17-2023/
Learn that nearly 50% of women have dense or fibrocystic breast tissue, making mammography unreliable. See what mammograms are missing with advanced thermography.
Dr. Todd Poushanchi, a gastroenterologist with the Orlando Health Digestive Health Institute, discusses the different colon cancer screening options available and why they are important.#BlueForCRC #ChooseWell #OrlandoHealth #Shorts
Austintown kindergartener Joey Gaskell has beaten Leukemia for the second time and celebrated with his fellow students. The school is making a donation to the Showers Family Center for Childhood Cancer for Blood and Disorders at Akron Children’s in his honor. Originally aired on http://www.wytv.com on March 22, 2023.
What drives the innovation behind detecting cancer? In Episode 2 of our “Detecting the Silent Cancer: Innovative Technologies for Colorectal Cancer Detection” series – presented by the Cancer Stage Shifting Initiative – Dr. Travelle Ellis, Director of Health Equity Education at Exact Sciences, shares how colon cancer can be preventable when we stay up to date on screenings.Learn more about how you can help #ShiftCancer this #ColorectalCancerAwarenessMonth (and beyond) at http://www.shiftcancer.org/colon-cancer.0:32 I, as an individual, had a family member die way too young from ovarian cancer, one of my favorite family members, and to this day it drives me. I went to school to be an engineer because I wanted to create cool things but then I went to medical school because I wanted to impact people’s lives and so my personal why is using innovation to advance the conversation.1:03 One in 23 men and one in 26 women suffer from colorectal cancer. That’s not distant or far, when we think about my circle of influence, my circle of friends or we think about who’s in my mom’s choir group when we think about who are my co-workers, right? People around us are affected by polar cancer every day and there are huge impacts of not getting treated early.1:38 Innovation is key to closing screening gaps because when we think about screening, one size doesn’t fit all, and Cologuard provides an option for individuals who want to get screened who may have fears about other screening practices or prefer a different modality.2:02 Talk to your provider about it. If you don’t have a provider let’s get you connected to a provider or through Telehealth to someone that can get you a prescription for the test that might be right for you until we do this the rates are going to continue to grow until we solve our problems about cost sharing and follow-up colonoscopy, unfortunately, we’re not going to reach the Americans that need to be screened for colorectal cancer and our numbers are going to stay in a way that we are.2:34 Colorectal cancer is one of four or five cancers that we can actually prevent and so it would be a travesty not to prevent something that we can actually cure.
The Bergville area, famous for its illegal dagga trade, is seeing the benefits of the 2018 Constitutional Court ruling that decriminalised the use of weed for personal use. Mayor of Okhahlamba Municipality, Vikizitha Mlotshwa, speaks to Clement Manyathela.Tune into Newzroom Afrika DStv channel 405 for more.