The wife of the late former ANC provincial secretary in the Western Cape, Songezo Mjongile has launched a foundation in hopes to capture the legacy of the politician. Songezo Mjongile died in 2020 from Colon Cancer. The Humile Mjongile foundation seeks to create more awareness around Colon cancer particularly elevating awareness in disadvantaged communities. Founder and spokesperson of the Songezo Mjongile Foundation Humile Mjongile tellS us more about the foundation.
Join us for a Cancer Genetics and Hereditary Cancers Q&A with Washington University colorectal surgeon Paul Wise, MD; geneticist and medical oncologist Amy Cyr, MD; and geneticist Patricia Dickson, MD. Learn about cancer genetics and hereditary cancers.
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March is National Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month. In the US, colorectal cancer is the 3rd leading cause of cancer-related deaths in men and women. Radiation Oncologist, Dr. Perez-Tamayo discusses further the importance of early detection, having a colonoscopy, and knowing what the symptoms and treatment options are for colorectal cancer, all in this latest episode of Cancer Explained with Central Care Cancer Center.
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Chris Wark is a colon cancer survivor that healed his condition with natural health. Watch this video to learn what he went through when he didn’t follow the ordinary chemo path.He also has a blog about cancer called www. chrisbeatcancer.comWatch the whole episode:https://theenergyblueprint.com/chris-beat-cancer/Chris Wark’s Colon Cancer Survivor Story When Chris Wark was 26 years old, he had abdominal pain and thought he had an ulcer. He ignored it for the better part of the year because he thought it would go away. Unfortunately, the pain just got worse and worse.Chris’ wife talked him into seeing the doctor, and they referred him around to a few different doctors and prescribed me some medicine for ulcers, which didn’t help. He then went to a gastroenterologist and did a colonoscopy. And when he woke up after that procedure, his oncologist said he had a golf ball-sized tumor in his colon. Like most cancer patients, Chris was pretty clueless about the disease, treatment, and industry. He didn’t know anything. Colon Cancer Treatment Chris went in on December 30th, and they took out a third of his large intestine. His oncologist could see that cancer had spread to his lymph nodes, and there was a lot of inflammation around the tumor site.Chris had stage 3C colon cancer. Because it was stage three, he had to do 9 to 12 months of chemotherapy. Deep down, he knew it would destroy him. Two days after he prayed about it, he got a book sent to him from a man in Alaska who knew my dad. The guy who wrote it discovered he had colon cancer back in the 1970s. This man healed from cancer by eating a raw food diet.After Chris had read this guy’s story, he decided to follow his approach. But his family didn’t like his decision. Everybody wanted him to do chemo. Chris saw two paths before him. He had the wide paved, brightly lit road that everybody was going down. That’s the road that leads to the chemo train. And the other road led to a dark and lonely path through the jungle. Chris then decided to avoid the chemo train and instead follow the natural path.About us: We teach the natural and holistic way to treat cancer without using toxic treatment methods.Visit our blog: https://www.cancerwisdom.netDownload Free E-books from our Free Resource Library to learn how to treat cancer naturally.http://bit.ly/2DGrN5NDonation:Bitcoin:18jNdBFXcQoLUPkYDQJ4MAxwMuDLbSoVNiMonero87RRQYwbnqAKzTpLKDn94fTcuNsAWXfxMCuq36ieG2jm9ALm1xB8eWd6zZKYLBBSL35XYkcuXcM9y4PcwyF7e32DDqjVbGNFacebook:https://www.facebook.com/cancerwisdomMinds:https://www.minds.com/cancerwisdomGabhttps://www.gab.com/cancerwisdomSteemithttps://steemit.com/@cancerwisdomBastyonhttps://bastyon.com/cancerwisdomFlotehttps://flote.app/cancerwisdomBittubbers:https://bittube.tv/profile/cancerwisdomtvBitchute:https://www.bitchute.com/cancerwisdomtv/LBRY.comhttps://open.lbry.com/@cancerwisdomtv:fRumble:https://rumble.com/cancerwisdomtv
In The Know: Gastrointestinal Cancers
Laura Porter, MD, moderates a discussion featuring attendee questions about colorectal cancer.Panelists include:- Cedrek McFadden, MD, FACS, FASCRS – John Marshall, MD- Nilofer Azad, MDAllyCon recording from November 16, 2021, at 11:20 am ET
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Speakers Michael Choti, MD, MBA, FACS, and Brooks Bell, a survivor and Colorectal Cancer Alliance Board of Directors member, discuss how ctDNA is used in recurrence monitoring and surveillance and targeted metastatic treatment.AllyCon recording from November 15, 2021, at 11:50 am ET