Presented by The Cancer Center at Cooperman Barnabas Medical Center. Moderated by Angela McCabe, MSW, LCSW, OSW-CDirector of Patient and Family Services, Oncology Service Line, RWJBarnabas Health, topics include Navigating Your Care After Cancer Treatment and Defining Yourself After Cancer Treatment. For general questions about this program, call 973-322-2668.#LetsBeatCancerTogether#LetsBeHealthyTogether
The most common oral cancer is called squamous cell carcinoma. Depending upon the stage of the disease, the treatment is decided and can be a combination of surgery, chemotherapy & radiotherapy. Early-stage oral cancer requires surgery and most of it gets cured. Oral cancer is prevented by avoiding smoking tobacco, avoiding spirits or alcohol, sharp teeth, sanitation and sexually transmitted infections.Dr. Anshuman Kumar, Director – Surgical Oncology & Clinical Lead – Academics, Dharamshila Narayana Superspecaility Hospital, Delhi, talks about Oral Cancer.#NarayanaHealth #HealthForAll #AllForHealth #NHCaresFor video consultation with the doctor, log on to https://video.narayana.health/homeVisit our website https://www.narayanahealth.org to know more about Narayana Health and its facilities.Connect with us: Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/NarayanaHealth/Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/narayanahealthindia/Twitter – https://twitter.com/narayanahealthBlog – https://www.narayanahealth.org/blog/LinkedIn – https://www.linkedin.com/company/narayanahealthQuora – https://www.quora.com/profile/Narayana-Health
Triple-negative breast cancer is the rarest and most aggressive type of breast cancer. Tune in to hear from one of the leading researchers studying this type of cancer, Dr. Priyanka Sharma. Also joining us will be Cynthia Newsome, an NBC Action News anchor in Kansas City who is also a triple-negative breast cancer patient.
What are you feeling for when doing a breast self-check? Why is it important to have the breast squeezed during a mammogram? What are estrogen receptors? October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Get the answers to these questions from Radiation Oncologist Dr. Perez-Tamayo, as well as learn about genetic screening, triple-negative breast cancers, symptoms for breast cancer and more in the latest edition of Cancer Explained with Central Care Cancer Center.
One-Stop Clinics Redefine Patient Care Globally. Three experts from One-Stop Clinic global sites and moderator from the Global Breast Care Initiative joined for the webinar: Suzette Delaloge, MD, from Gustave Roussy Cancer Center in France, a medical oncologist who pioneered the Gustave Roussy One-Stop Clinic model; Sebastian Diaz, MD, a breast surgeon from Dynamica/SURA in Medellin, Colombia, who is implementing the concept throughout his country; and Joseph Russo, MD, a radiologist at Saint Luke’s University Health Network in Bethlehem, PA, the first to bring the One-Stop Clinic to the US, and moderator, Dr. Benjamin O. Anderson, Consultant, Cancer Control, World Health Organization (WHO).
Dr. Mangesh P Kamath | Appointment booking no: 9900613143Website: drmangeshkamathcancercare.comSenior Consultant & Medical Director | Medical and HematoOncologist, BMT Physician, Healius Cancer & Hematology Clinic, Banashankari Stage II, BengaluruThis is very commonly asked question, if cancer is preventable. My answer to the question is yes. Absolutely it is preventable but we all know that not all things are practical, the meaning of that is for cancer to be prevented you have to follow a lot of good habits, good lifestyle. Stay away for certain poisonous substances like alcohol, tobacco, red meat and also live in a very clean environment, clean air, clear water and so all. Is this really practical? Not really. We are all living in cities where there is a lot of pollution and a lot of food we eat is laden with pesticides and insecticides. Also there are a lot of carcinogenic substances. So the way we can prevent cancer is to avoid all the cancer causing poisonous substances and to avoid a lot of poisonous substances like Hepatitis A., hepatitis B etc. A very common cancer in India is cervix cancer, we have a huge burden of cervix cancer, try he human papilloma virus causing cervix cancer or cancer of the uterus, so it can be prevented by the vaccination of the HPV before the onset of sexual activity by a female. It is a preventable cancer, but not actually this cancer is preventable. Hepatitis B virus is a type of cancer that prevents cancer. Many patients come to us saying I have lung cancer but is not a smoker. Many people are passive smokers. So there are bladder cancers, lung cancer, blood cancer occurring in farmers who are using deadly insecticides and pesticides. #expertskisuno#cancerprevention#Preventcancer#HPV#cervixcancer#humanpapillomavirus #HormonalTherapy#TargetedTherapy#Immunotherapy#Chemotherapy#bloodcancer#MultipleMyeloma#cancercure#cancersurvival
Held on November 12, 2021, the annual Lefcourt Family Cancer Treatment and Wellness Center symposium reviewed the value of lung cancer screening and eligibility; the noninvasive approaches to diagnosis of lung cancer; and the surgical, medical, and radiation therapy approaches for patients with lung cancer. Presented by Steven Brower, MD, FACS; Mark Shapiro, MD; David Shiu, DO; Lyall Gorenstein, MD; Christos Stavropoulos, MD; Mikhail Tismenetsky, MD; Lewis Attas, MD; and David Dubin, MD for primary care providers and other providers engaged in the screening of lung cancer and the care of patients with lung cancer. For more information on the lung cancer program at Englewood Health, visit englewoodhealth.org/cancer.
ACCC is the leading education and advocacy organization for the cancer care community. Learn more on the ACCC website at: accc-cancer.org
Jen’s colorectal cancer diagnosis surprised her. But after visiting Dana-Farber Brigham, she knew she came to the right place. With cancer, it matters when you start. And where you start.
1 in 5 Americans before the age of 70 will get #skincancer. What are the options for #cancertreatment? How often should you get checked? What are the different types of skin cancer? Justin Famoso, MD #radiationoncologist with Arizona Center for Cancer Care teams up with Ramin Fathi, MD, #dermatologist and #Mohssurgeon with Phoenix Surgical Dermatology Group. Together, they work to help people battling skin cancer. These top physicians join #AZCCC host Jenny Martin to answer the question: “Skin Cancer….Now What”? #AZCCC #Arizona #Phoenix #skincancer #dermatology #mohs #mohssurgery #radonc #cancercare, #caretreatment #cancerjourney #honorhealth #fightingcancer #youtube
Cancer incidence and outcomes in solid organ transplant recipients: NCI’s Transplant Cancer Match StudySpeaker: Eric Engels, MD, MPHBranch ChiefSenior InvestigatorDivision of Cancer Epidemiology & GeneticsInfections and Immunoepidemiology BranchNational Cancer Institute
The most thorough screening option for colon cancer is a colonoscopy. Find out more and how you can find out your risk for colon cancer. Learn more at https://www.ssmhealth.com/gastroenterology/colonoscopy