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Brain Cancer

Olivia Newton-John Funeral Arrangements in Native Australia Revealed [Video]

Olivia Newton-John will receive a state funeral in Australia. While appearing on Australia’s A Current Affair program Monday following the news of the star’s death at age 73, Newton-John’s niece, Tottie Goldsmith, revealed that the Grease star’s family has been formally offered a state funeral by […]

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Brain Cancer

Widow of The Wanted’s Tom Parker Gives Heartbreaking Update About Young Daughter [Video]

Late The Wanted singer Tom Parker’s 2-year-old daughter Aurelia Rose still believes her father might come home someday. During a recent appearance on the British talk show Lorraine, Parker’s widow, Kelsey Parker, opened up about her life since her husband’s passing, revealing the heartbreaking […]

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Pediatric Cancer

Finding Resilience | Rohini Deivasigamani | TEDxRutgers [Video]

Healing comes from acceptance. Rohini Deivasigamani talked about her experiences with childhood cancer and the loss of her father but also the moments of her life that brought her joy and healing– friendships, dance, track, and cooking recipes that she once made with her father. Rohini Deivasigamani is a junior in the School of Arts and Sciences at Rutgers University studying political science and sociology. Rohini grew up with a passion for various cultural arts, training in an Indian classical dance form called Bharatnatyam, as well as carnatic music. After dancing for a significant portion of her life, she noticed a growing bump on her leg. Rohini suddenly struggled with her movements and lost her confidence with something she truly loved. After several doctor appointments, MRIs, and scans, she was diagnosed with Ewing’s Sarcoma, a childhood cancer, at the mere age of 14. However, through her journey, Rohini learned that through vulnerability and weakness comes perseverance. The past six years have taught her the fundamental importance of resilience as she gained a new perspective on life. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx

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Pancreatic Cancer

The Most Painful Ways To Die, According To Science [Video]

Human beings have a natural fear of dying. The end of life is a scary proposition, even if it’s many years into the future. Though most of us hope that we can die peacefully in our sleep, life doesn’t always go so easy. But even in the event that you find yourself reaching the end of your life very conscious of that end, there are some ways to go that are worse than others.Whether it’s by lethal injection, electrocution, radiation poisoning, or a common heart attack, some causes of death can be far more unpleasant than most. Here are the most painful ways to die, according to science.#Humans #Death #FearCrucifixion | 0:00Drowning | 1:11Electrocution | 2:16Burning | 3:20Radiation sickness | 4:25Pancreatic cancer | 5:34Lethal injection | 6:33Heart attack | 7:49Freezing | 8:35Boomslang | 9:41Read full article: https://trello.com/c/7YI30vSN/15378-2577the-most-painful-ways-to-die-according-to-science52