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One in six children diagnosed with cancer in the United States lives in poverty, and despite uniform treatment in clinical trials, poverty-exposed children are more likely to relapse compared to children who are not exposed to poverty. Dana-Farber Cancer Institute seeks to improve childhood cancer outcomes by investigating poverty as a risk factor for relapse and developing novel poverty-targeted interventions. Listen to a presentation from Dana-Farber’s Kira Bona, MD, MPH, about her lab’s work to identify and alleviate poverty-associated outcome disparities in childhood cancers. The event is hosted by Joanne Wolfe, MD, MPH.
From the Can:”This is a truly original collaboration between The National Pediatric Cancer Foundation and participating breweries (1 per state) with all proceeds to benefit children who are battling cancer. The NPCF funds collaborative research in hospitals across the nation to fast trackless toxic, more targeted treatments that are saving many children’s lives. So, raise a brew and enjoy. Because every beer helps raise money and hope for these courageous kids.”That’s exactly what the Beer crew here at Atlas is doing. Rich dives into how a traveling pediatric nurse led him into starting Atlas MedStaff.Shout out to Kros Strain for being part of such a great cause! If you want to participate, find the brewery that made the recipe in your state and make the purchase. 🙂 – http://brewingfundsthecure.org/#RisingHopeIPA #RisingHope #nationalpediatriccancerfoundation #Drinkingforcharity #npcf #brewingfundsthecure #Beer #CraftBeer #ABeerWithAtlas #pediatriccancer #cureforcancer #WhereYouBelong #travelnursing #nurselife #travelnurse
Source:https://www.spreaker.com/user/mattgardiner/arts-for-the-health-of-it-w-constanza-roToday, I welcome the talented & creative Constanza Roeder to the show!She is the founder & CEO of the ‘Hearts Need Art : Creative Support for Patients and Caregivers’ – a non-profit organization based out of San Antonio, Texas.Her experience as an adolescent Leukemia survivor transformed into a calling to create a world where everyone can experience moments of joy, self-expression, and connection while facing life-altering health challenges. She now speaks, writes, and empowers others to “re-frame and reclaim” the healing power of their own creativity and is on a mission to “humanize healthcare” through the arts.We had a fantastic conversation about how arts and music can help those in treatment and recovery, the physical and mental health benefits of art, why so many people stop pursing art at such an early age, and much more!Constanza also co-hosts a podcast (‘Arts for the Health of It’) that carries the same theme of art and music therapy helping during treatment and recovery. Find Constanza here :✅ https://constanzaroeder.com✅ https://heartsneedart.org✅ https://heartsneedart.org/podcast/Here are some of the links she suggested early in the episode :✅ https://arts.ufl.edu/academics/center-for-arts-in-medicine/ (Center for the Arts in Medicine)✅ https://thenoah.net (National Organization of Arts in Health)✅ https://twitter.com/Daisy_Fancourt
Childhood Cancer is the second leading cause of death in children after accidents. About 400,000 children and adolescents aged 0-19 are diagnosed with cancer each year.The most common types of childhood cancers include leukemias, brain cancers, lymphomas and solid tumours, such as neuroblastoma and Wilms tumours.Childhood cancer cannot generally be prevented or identified through screening.What are the components that consists an early diagnosis?Early diagnosis is relevant in all settings and improves survival for many cancers. Childhood cancer is associated with a range of warning symptoms that can be detected by families and by trained primary health-care providers.https://physio4you.gr/en/2020/11/16/expectations-of-physiotherapy-intervention-to-a-child-with-brain-tumor-cerebral-palsy-and-blindness-a-case-report/2310 94 74 94 – firstname.lastname@example.org
Nevada Childhood Cancer Foundation & Donny Osmond create special moments for children with cancer and other life threatening illnesses and help them celebrate victories against disease. We do not own the rights to the music.
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
Pediatric cancer patient Darcey shared her passion for dancing and singing in a now-viral video featuring Darcey’s nurses as her backup dancers. Hear why making the video was just as special for this group of nurses as it was for Darcey. Pilot Pen awards $1000 to the nurses for going above and beyond for their patients. Be unstoppable with the go-to pens of The Kelly Clarkson Show, the smooth G2 and erasable FriXion by Pilot. https://powertothepen.com/#KellyClarksonShowSubscribe to The Kelly Clarkson Show: https://bit.ly/2OtOpf8 FOLLOW USInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/kellyclarksonshow/Twitter: https://twitter.com/KellyClarksonTV Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/KellyClarksonShow/ For even more fun stuff, visit https://www.kellyclarksonshow.com/ The Kelly Clarkson Show is the uplifting daytime destination for humor and connection featuring Emmy-winning talk show, Grammy-winning artist and America’s original idol, Kelly Clarkson.
A pediatric oncologist is raising the alarm over a disturbing increase in severity of cancer diagnosis in children. Shauna Hunt has more.
Click here to donate to St. Jude with us! https://www.stjude.org/gametheoryOr use the blue Donate Button to start donating! The biggest charity livestream of the year is almost here for the third and FINAL time! Get ready for the YouTube Originals presents The Game Theory $1,000,000 Challenge for St. Jude. We are livestreaming 9 hours of insane challenges, incredible guests, and fundraising for the best cause out there: St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital®. Are you ready to help raise $1,000,000 with some of your favorite creators? Tune in at 10:00am PST/ 1:00pm ET on November 30th for an AMAZING show! Your donation could win you cool prizes like game consoles, limited edition swag, or even a specially curated Creator bundle to help you make your own content! Plus we will have special appearances by your favorite Creators, live Game Shows with AMAZING prizes, and even an obstacle course specially designed for our event by Mark Rober! You can get in on the action during a showdown between the top Minecraft creators as they try to win while YOU control what happens in the game through your donations! You have to be there to see it. St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital is leading the way the world understands, treats and defeats childhood cancer and other life-threatening diseases. Treatments invented at St. Jude have helped push the overall childhood cancer survival rate from 20% to more than 80% since it opened more than 50 years ago. And families never receive a bill from St. Jude for treatment, travel, housing or food—because all they should worry about is helping their child live. Join us in our lifesaving mission: Finding cures. Saving children.®For more information on St. Jude and the work they do, visit their official website. https://www.stjude.org/And visit their official channel! https://bit.ly/35Js2J8 We want to thank our 30+ guests, who together total over 300 million subscribers, for joining in to make this event SPECTACULAR! Special Thanks to our guests! Alex Hirsch https://bit.ly/3wR4YV1Aphmau https://bit.ly/545hjkBinging with Babish https://bit.ly/Bbs33sBrian David Gilbert https://bit.ly/3FhJYJUCaptainSparklez https://bit.ly/Cpkls22Corpse Husband https://bit.ly/CpsHbsCoryxKenshin https://bit.ly/3Fihek5Dad (Nathan Barnatt) https://bit.ly/3qCEzJrDanTDM https://bit.ly/DTDM22Dawko https://bit.ly/Dwk432Dream https://www.youtube.com/c/dreamGeorgeNotFound https://bit.ly/Gnf443Jaiden Animation https://bit.ly/30rkNoWJaku https://bit.ly/3DpFdgQJason Ritter https://bit.ly/3wRvOMpJustin Long https://bit.ly/3DwCfacKyle Hill https://bit.ly/3nlc7tCLouis Weisz https://bit.ly/30obHJJMark Rober https://bit.ly/3DoeOjmMarkiplier https://bit.ly/3Dnco4uMarques Brownlee https://bit.ly/3DrPU2EMatt Amodio https://bit.ly/3l0ry91Matt Stonie https://bit.ly/3ovM8PdMiguel https://bit.ly/3kCw5hGMr Beast https://bit.ly/3ow8vErOdd1sOut https://bit.ly/3niqxukRandom Encounters https://bit.ly/3cm9Tn7Rhett & Link https://bit.ly/30vEY5HRosanna Pansino https://bit.ly/3cfJxDnSafiya Nygaard https://bit.ly/30wo2vGSapnap https://bit.ly/3cma9m5Simone Giertz https://bit.ly/3wPYipRSofie Dossi https://bit.ly/3x38UCdTommyinit https://bit.ly/30qDg58Try Guys https://bit.ly/3qEXKCgTubbo https://bit.ly/3kGnlqKTyler Williams https://bit.ly/3fdBO9uVeritasium https://bit.ly/vts223Vsauce3 https://bit.ly/3fiJJTgWilbur Soot https://bit.ly/3DwCXUUWilliam Osman https://bit.ly/3DlSAi8Xyla Foxlin https://bit.ly/3cfPwrTZHC https://bit.ly/30re3YT#ForStJude #MillionDollarChallenge #GameTheory #Challenge #Markiplier #MrBeast #Dream #CorpseHusband #TryGuys #Odd1sOut #DanTDM #JaidenAnimations #Aphmau
Lamia Samrin-Balch, MRPharmS PGDip, Independent Prescriber Pharmacist, MSc Clinical Oncology, Great Ormond Street Hospital, London, UK, discusses recent advances in the management of pediatric cancer. To begin with, the use of precision medicine has considerably increased as a result of increased genetic testing options in pediatric patients. Immunotherapy is also used more frequently in various clinical settings. In addition, the recent introduction of proton beam therapy is going to improve long-term outcomes for pediatric patients. Moreover, the number international collaborations and clinical trials for pediatric cancer are also rapidly growing. Ms Samrin-Balch also highlights improvements in supportive care for pediatric patients, with the use of the cardioprotective drug dexrazoxane for patients receiving anthracycline chemotherapy, and sodium thiosulfate for protection against cisplatin-induced hearing loss in hepatoblastoma. Finally, ongoing trials are exploring therapeutic drug monitoring (TDM) and pharmacokinetic (PK) monitoring for chemotherapy in pediatric patients. This interview took place at the BOPA 2021 virtual meeting.
On Day One, Part Two of the Hispanic Populations Workshop, Amelie G. Ramirez moderates the oral presentations that discuss, “What are the cancers disproportionately affecting Hispanic populations and why?” Presenters and panelists include Dr. Luis G. Carvajal-Carmona, Dr. Douglas Morgan, Dr. Amelie G. Ramirez, Dr. Adam de Smith, and Dr. Frank J. Penedo. The oral presentations are followed by a panel discussion. The full agenda for the meeting is available at https://events.cancer.gov/egrp/cehp/agenda.