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Skin Cancer

Stage IV Cancer VLOG – GOOD NEWS! #melanoma #cancer #radiation [Video]

#Cancer #StageIV #Melanoma #GoFundMe #radiation Finally some good news! Radiation Therapy for Pain Management is about to start. Looking forward to some hopeful pain relief. POG Dad has started a Go Fund Me to support POG MomDonation OpportunitiesGo Fund Me: https://gofund.me/7c1fe60aVenmo: @Sarah-McGloghlonStreamlabs: https://streamlabs.com/pogfamily/tipDonate Via Mail:POG FamilyPO BOX 1650Estacada, OR 97023Join this channel to get access to perks:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCg9motobq3oP6qshJIdWxNw/join

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Brain Cancer

Boy Shaves Head For Stepdad With Cancer [Video]

💙 Subscribe to Happily for more feel-good videos: https://bit.ly/2yLeLS1🔔 Turn on all notifications so you don’t miss an uploadA family has shared a powerful video of their six-year-old son battling through tears to shave his head in solidarity with his stepdad’s brain cancer fight. In the emotional footage, Maxwell Payne can be seen fighting back tears as his mother, Amber Jackson, from Mesa, Arizona, starts shaving his hair. Maxwell asked his mom to do so because he wanted to be like his stepfather, Tim Jackson, 44, who is currently undergoing treatment for glioblastoma. Tim was diagnosed with the aggressive form of brain cancer in February 2021, after he had a seizure at work. Currently, Tim is receiving chemo five days out of the month and wears an optune device, which requires Amber, 32, to shave his head every few days. Having seen his stepfather having to go through this, Maxwell kept saying, ‘If dad shaves his head then I want to shave mine, too.’ Eventually mom Amber succumbed to her son’s requests, and on December 28, while visiting family in South Carolina for Christmas, Amber opted to shave Maxwell’s head, too. 📰 Read the full story here: https://happilynews.com/six-year-old-son-battles-tears-to-shave-head-in-solidarity-with-stepdads-brain-cancer-fight/—-Happily is home to feel good news guaranteed to put a smile on your face. Happily is owned and operated by T&T Creative Media, a UGC video licensing agency.Subscribe for more videos like this: https://bit.ly/2yLeLS1Website: https://www.happilynews.comFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/HappilyOfficialInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/happilyvids—-VideoID: TT-5117To license any of Happily’s exclusive video stories visit T&T Creative Media here: https://licensing.tt-creative.com/

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Pediatric Cancer

Teen With Cancer Has Match Reveal Party To Discover Bone Marrow Donor [Video]

💙 Subscribe to Happily for more feel-good videos: https://bit.ly/2yLeLS1🔔 Turn on all notifications so you don’t miss an uploadThere was not a dry eye in the house when a teen battling an ultra-rare form of childhood cancer opened a package to reveal that her siblings were a perfect bone marrow transplant match. Megan Mejia’s unique “Bone Marrow Match Reveal” was born out of extreme unlikelihood, but her family viewed it just like any viral gender reveal party: a celebration of new life and hope. Thirteen-year-old Megan was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia, a common form of childhood cancer, in August 2021 – but her family later learned that Megan actually had a rare subtype that is resistant to all chemotherapy and is found in just one percent of all children with leukemia. As a result, Megan is currently undergoing a fairly new and groundbreaking treatment for hard-to-treat cancer, known as CAR-T immunotherapy, after which she will undergo a bone marrow transplant to stop the cancer from returning. On December 12 at Megan’s Bone Marrow Match Reveal Party, the teenager opened the package at her grandparents’ house in Ontario, California. 📰 Read the full story here: https://happilynews.com/leukemia-battling-teen-has-emotional-bone-marrow-donor-reveal-party-to-let-family-members-know-who-is-a-successful-match-to-help-with-her-treatment/—-Happily is home to feel good news guaranteed to put a smile on your face. Happily is owned and operated by T&T Creative Media, a UGC video licensing agency.Subscribe for more videos like this: https://bit.ly/2yLeLS1Website: https://www.happilynews.comFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/HappilyOfficialInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/happilyvids—-VideoID: TT-5112To license any of Happily’s exclusive video stories visit T&T Creative Media here: https://licensing.tt-creative.com/

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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