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12-18-2021 Stage 4 Colon Cancer Vlog ~This Cancer’s not giving up~ Am I ok? 10 Chemos down [Video]

Hi Everyone,Just a little update talking about the current state of affairs with my health. Talked to Colorectal Surgeon, trying to get in with a Liver Surgeon. etc. #stage4cancer #coloncancer #cancervlog

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Colon Cancer

Senior citizen POWERLIFTERS 🏋️‍♀️ Woodinville powerlifters defy stereotypes to break world records [Video]

When 69-year-old Diane Bowers walked into Progressive Performance in Woodinville five years ago, it was under doctor’s orders to get some exercise. She had never lifted weights, so the owner, Jimmy McCurry started her with simple stand-up and sit-down squats. “He said, ‘Now you’re going to hold a 10-pound weight’ and I laughed at him,” Bowers explained. But early last month after five years of training, Bowers set a deadlift record for her age group. “The previous record was 242, so I beat the previous record by 12 pounds and beat the national record by 62 pounds,” Bowers shared. “So it was a pretty exciting day.”Bowers said this moment wouldn’t have been possible without her trainers at progressive performance and her inspiration, fellow powerlifter Deb Williams. Williams started training seven years ago after two bouts of colon cancer. “I have had stage three and four, so when I finished surgeries and treatments, I needed to get healthy. I was so weak and so tired. I just needed to change my life,” Williams said.And that’s exactly what she did. At last month’s Drug Tested World Championship, she set the world record in her age group for squats. That same weekend she set another one for deadlifts, doing 215 pounds.Williams said the experience has changed her life for the better. “I’m so mobile, I can do anything,” Williams remarked. “I have two little grandsons. I can crawl on the floor with them and get down and get up. I don’t even have to think twice about it.”Bowers feels similarly and has noticed another benefit. “It really has enriched my life more than just strength. It has given me friendship, a community, and people that I really enjoy getting to know, that I wouldn’t have met any other way,” she said. “I regret now I didn’t come to this sport or this affinity for exercise much sooner in my life. But I’m glad when I was 64 something finally kicked in.”Both Bowers and Williams relish being strong and they have no plans to stop training anytime soon. They want others to know that you don’t have to powerlift to see the benefits of strength training.—————————————————————————————————–Evening on KING 5 celebrates the Northwest. Watch it LIVE weekdays at 7:30 on KING 5 or streaming on https://www.king5.com. Find more stories like this on our website: king5.com/evening🢒 Follow us! 🢐FACEBOOK 🢒 https://www.facebook.com/KING5Evening/TWITTER 🢒 https://twitter.com/king5eveningINSTAGRAM 🢒 https://www.instagram.com/king5evening/

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Skin Cancer

Melanoma – Science News and Research News [Video]

We create videos of interesting research papers, making research accessible to non- researchers, public and children alike. Today, we look at “Dedifferentiated Melanoma: A Diagnostic Histological Pitfall—Review of the Literature with Case Presentation”Please learn more about this and other topics.https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC43ZBT0-2oufGo81Lk8B2pg?sub_confirmation=1Authors: Gerardo Cazzato, Lucia Lospalluti, Anna Colagrande, Antonietta Cimmino, Paolo Romita, Caterina Foti, Aurora Demarco, Francesca Arezzo, Vera Loizzi, Gennaro Cormio, Sara Sablone, Leonardo Resta, Roberta Rossi and Giuseppe Ingravallohttps://www.mdpi.com/2296-3529/8/4/51Cazzato, G.; Lospalluti, L.; Colagrande, A.; Cimmino, A.; Romita, P.; Foti, C.; Demarco, A.; Arezzo, F.; Loizzi, V.; Cormio, G.; Sablone, S.; Resta, L.; Rossi, R.; Ingravallo, G. Dedifferentiated Melanoma: A Diagnostic Histological Pitfall—Review of the Literature with Case Presentation. Dermatopathology 2021, 8, 494-501. https://doi.org/10.3390/dermatopathology8040051ht tps://do i.org/10.3390/dermatopathology 80400 51This is an Open Access Article. This video is an excerpt – not endorsed by the authors – of the original paper “Dedifferentiated Melanoma: A Diagnostic HistologicalPitfall—Review of the Literature with Case Presentation” by Gerardo Cazzato, Lucia Lospalluti, Anna Colagrande, Antonietta Cimmino, Paolo Romita, Caterina Foti, Aurora Demarco, Francesca Arezzo, Vera Loizzi, Gennaro Cormio, Sara Sablone, Leonardo Resta, Roberta Rossi and Giuseppe Ingravallo and is licensed under CC BY 4.0 https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/. a derivative of the original work https://doi.org/10.3390/dermatopathology8040051. Copyright rests with respective authors and publishers. Thanks to all the authors and publishers for making this research public, thereby advancing science and innovation.