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Medical Marijuana

COVID Hospitalizations Near A Crisis Point – Columbus on the Record [Video]

While the omicron variant now in Ohio, the state’s hospitals are filling up. Plus the prospects of a law to ban vaccine mandates in Ohio, Republican leaders spending federal money they opposed, expanding the medical marijuana program and more. This week’s panelists include: Julie Carr Smyth, Statehouse Correspondent for The Associated Press, Bob Clegg, Republican strategist and Desiree Tims of Innovation Ohio.

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Breast Cancer

Breast Cancer Awareness 2021: 1 in 13 women gets breast cancer in their lifetime! [Video]

Many women think that breast cancer will only occur to those with known risk factors such as family history of breast cancer. In fact, 90% of breast cancer cases are not hereditary. Many women with breast cancer have no known risk factors apart from simply being women!We’ve been anxious about COVID and seen how a pandemic can disrupt our lives! Yet, breast cancer has always been around. We should view it with the same level of urgency and educate ourselves so we can lead fulfilling lives. Let Dr. Lynette Ngo, a breast cancer specialist with over 20 years of experience in breast and gynaecological cancers from Curie Oncology share with you 3 simple steps of breast self examination: TLC ( Touch Look Check). Start doing your routine breast self-examination today and schedule your mammogram screening today!1. Introduction to Dr. Lynette Ngo — 0:092. Breast self examination – TOUCH — 0:323. Breast self examination – LOOK — 0:534. Breast self examination – CHECK — 1:065. Deterring factors for mammogram screening — 1:226. Suggested frequency of screening for all ages — 1:41Find out more about Curie Oncology at:Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/curieoncology.com.sg/ Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/curieoncology/ Website: https://curieoncology.com.sg/ Medical Channel Asia is proud to be a partner of DKSH in creating greater health awareness. This series of videos is brought to you by DKSH.—SUBSCRIBE NOW for your regular dose of Asian health information!Follow us online!Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/medicalchann…Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/medicalchan…Website: http://www.medicalchannelasia.com/

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Breast Cancer

About Breast cancer & mammogram [Video]

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Colon Cancer

Health Screenings During the Pandemic [Video]

Many Americans are delaying important health screenings because they fear exposure to COVID. As City of Hope pathologist Sue Chang, MD, FCAP explains, waiting can put you at risk for advanced stage disease that could have been detected early. Colon cancer survivor Emile Auguste shares his story and encourages people to get those screenings that could save their lives.

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Prostate Cancer

Our new prostate cancer research just published, new team and new horizons! [Video]

We’re back! CRD returns with some new insights into our latest research, a big picture career update, and some food for thought on how cancer research should be done in an ever-evolving landscape!Star medical student Nafisa Barma from UCL is highlighted in this video – you can read her impressive paper on a new biomarker & drug target for prostate cancer here: https://www.mdpi.com/2218-273X/11/12/1794/htm

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Pediatric Cancer

Covid Omicron Variant: Where To Invest Today? [Video]

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Blood Cancer

EXCLUSIVE I thought I had long Covid – until warning sign at grandma’s home saved my life [Video]

Nichola Petermann was just 26 when she learned she had Hodgkin lymphoma and needed immediate chemotherapy, with Blood Cancer UK warning symptoms are similar to Long CovidA young woman who was in excruciating pain for months was diagnosed with stage four cancer after her symptoms were mistaken for long Covid.Nichola Petermann was just 26 when she learned she had Hodgkin lymphoma and needed immediate treatment – forcing her to leave her dream job months after she started.Medics believed her symptoms, which included fevers, abdominal pain and night sweats, were a result of her contracting coronavirus in January.But as her illness got progressively worse she found herself taking painkillers six times a day in order to continue her day-to-day life.In the absence of answers Nichola, from Glasgow, repeatedly sought medical attention, but the likelihood of it being long Covid masked the advanced stage her cancer had reached.It was only after a visit to her grandma’s home that Nichola realised just how ill she actually was – because she needed more sleep and ate even less than her elderly relative.Charity bosses say they fear Nichola’s cancer experience could be replicated across the UK, as signs of cancer can be very similar to the long-term effects of coronavirus.When she was finally diagnosed with stage 4b cancer, her condition was so advanced that she was advised to start chemotherapy the following day – forcing her to leave her dream job working in TV which she’d started in December.Nichola told The Mirror: “I did think it was long Covid for a long time, I had no idea how serious it was.”Because I was working and it was harder to see GPs, it was really hard.”I treated it myself with pain relief, but eventually it got to the point where I couldn’t handle it anymore.”I was taking paracetamol six times a day, I don’t think they believed me when I said how much pain I was in.”It was only when she visited her grandmother, who is herself battling stomach cancer, that she realised how ill she was.”I noticed that I was sleeping more and eating less than she was,” she said. “That’s when I knew for certain that something was wrong.”When the pain in Nichola’s abdomen and lower back became too much to bear, she contacted NHS 24, which referred her to an Immediate Assessment Unit because staff were worried about the amount of paracetamol she was taking.However, when ultrasounds and X-rays did not reveal a gynaecological problem Nichola was on the verge of being discharged before a final set of tests finally revealed how ill she was.”I was told I was possibly going home, even though I was clearly in a lot of pain,” she said. “I was scared about having to leave.”It was only after an ultrasound revealed ovarian cysts and trapped fluid that medics were finally able to give her a life-saving cancer diagnosis.By that stage her lymph nodes were swollen – another symptom she put down to long Covid – and doctors had to break the news that Nichola had Hodgkin lymphoma.”I hadn’t heard of it, I didn’t know what it meant,” she said.”It’s a very aggressive cancer, but that does mean it can be easier to treat. As soon as it was diagnosed they realised how serious it was, I started chemotherapy the next day.”Such was the urgency to start chemotherapy that Nichola was advised there was not time to undergo fertility preservation.She spent 10 weeks in hospital, with the treatment leaving her unable to walk and having to be fed through a tube due to muscositis.Nichola lost three stone during her time at the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital in Glasgow, and had to be helped by nurses to move around.She praised the dedicated medics who supported her during her treatment.”Although they were also clearly short staffed, I never felt like it impacted my care at all,” she said.Nichola was finally discharged in August, and a month later she was given the welcome news that her cancer is in remission.Still suffering from chronic fatigue and struggling to walk long distances, Nichole is hoping to be able to return to work in the New Year.”I’m much better but I’m still being quite slow, I’m still struggling a lot with a lot of pain. I’m getting there, I still have a lot of fatigue, but I’m really eager to get back to work, I will hopefully start looking for something after Christmas.”In the meantime Nichola is determined to do something to support Blood Cancer UK, a charity who she said has been a huge help during her illness.Over the course of November she has been walking every day in a 26.2 mile challenge, and her fundraising page has already raised more than £2,500.”While it is unlikely to be anything serious, it’s so important to get checked out.”Un newsClimate change newsHuman rights newsUnited Nations twitter

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Pediatric Cancer

Childhood cancer diagnoses not delayed in 2020: study [Video]

A new study has found no significant change in the number of new cancer diagnoses in Canadian children during the first nine months of the COVID-19 pandemic, suggesting health-care restrictions imposed at that time did not lead to delayed diagnoses.

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Breast Cancer

COVID-19-delayed diagnoses too late for some [Video]

Several Canadians who reached out to CTVNews.ca say their diagnoses of cancers, autoimmune disorders and incurable conditions could have been caught sooner and possibly prevented from advancing to late stages had the COVID-19 pandemic not delayed their annual screenings and checkups.

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Breast Cancer

Women diagnosed with a certain type of breast cancer face a vastly different outlook than others… [Video]

with the disease.While the five-year survival rate for breast cancer has reached 90-percent in recent years, for women with metastatic breast cancer — where the cancer has spread to other parts of the body — that rate is only 28-percent. And when COVID-19 caused delays in routine mammograms, doctors saw a jump in these advanced cases. Here now to talk about the latest developments and why breast cancer awareness needs to happen year-round, is Dr. Ramaswamy (RAH-muh-swah-mee) from The Ohio State University Medical Center…for more info, go to https://goodnewsplanet.com/women-diagnosed-with-a-certain-type-of-breast-cancer-face-a-vastly-different-outlook-than-others-with-the-disease/#breast #cancer #disease #metastatic #covid #mammograms #doctors #ramaswarmy #treating #diagnosed #mbc #treatment #screening #community #support #bhuvana #oncologist #drug #scientist #seagen