Lung Cancer Screening, Prevention and Counselling Episode 6
Lung Cancer Treatment
Lung Cancer Awareness [Video]
November Is Lung Cancer Awareness Month.The purpose is to educate the public about the potential causes and risk factors of the disease.Check out the information shared by Dr. Ashish Jakhetiya…#lungcancer #cancer #lungcancerawareness #cancerawareness #health #oncology #thyroidcancer #immunotherapy #throatcancer #lungs #smoking #geetanjalihospital #gmch #Udaipur
In today’s segment of Your Body and You, Natalee Legore delves into the topic of Lung Cancer with Medical Practitioner and Lung Cancer Survivor, Dr. Ivan Daniel and Lung Cancer Nurse, Christine Ramlal.
Horizon Conference Management organized a webinar “Management of Lung Cancer – Today & Tomorrow” under the aegis of “Cancer Research And Statistic Foundation”.Date: 25 November 2021Time: 06:00 PM ISTSession: Management of Lung CancerView and Download Agenda:https://drive.google.com/file/d/1GewTA1PDlKeNpmJwiQQOp6-xacPjUtid/view?usp=sharingSupported By:Cancer Research And Statistic FoundationScientific Partners:BMSAstraZenecaNovartisEvent Managed By:Horizon Conference ManagementFor more event updates, connect with us on:https://www.facebook.com/HorizonConferenceManagementhttps://www.linkedin.com/company/hcmpl/https://www.instagram.com/horizonconferencehttps://www.twitter.com/event_hcmplContact Us:Phone: +91 9820961667E-mail: email@example.comWebsite: www.hcmpl.comCopyright © 2021Horizon Conference Management Pvt. Ltd.All rights reserved.
Journey towards lung cancer recovery and what to expect is aimed to educate the public on the many misconceptions about the disease. In Malaysia, many are diagnosed at late stages reducing chances of survival and this episode of ‘Talking Life with Mei Sze’ will also introduce Malaysia’s first ever digital lung cancer patient guide by The Lung Cancer Network Malaysia(LCNM) and National Cancer Society of Malaysia(NCSM) supported by Pfizer. Find out more about journey towards lung cancer recovery and what to expect by our two experts, Dr.Yap, & Dr.Hilmi.Q& A session of journey towards lung cancer recovery and what to expect on Facebook!#lungcancerawareness #cancerawareness #cancertreatment
LUNG CANCER [Video]
Your lungs are 2 sponge-like organs in your chest. Your right lung has 3 sections, called lobes. Your left lung has 2 lobes. The left lung is smaller because the heart takes up more room on that side of the body.
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Dr. Lauren Groner, an Assistant Professor and Attending Radiologist specializing in Cardiothoracic Radiology at Weill Cornell Medicine at the NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital-Weill Cornell Campus, answers the Rad Health Equity poll:Which group has the highest risk for Lung Cancer Death?
By Jennifer MorejonVALDOSTA, Ga. (WALB) – It’s National Lung Cancer Awareness Month and South Georgia Medical Center wants to remind you of how important it is to get screened.That’s especially for those that are long-time smokers.The best way to screen is using low-dose CT scans.The best way to screen is using low-dose CT scans.(WALB)A doctor at South Georgia Medical Center’s (SGMC) Pearlman Cancer Center said they’re now seeing an increase of patients in the community diagnosed with lung cancer since before the pandemic.With fears of hospitals during the height of COVID-19, screenings were delayed.An influx of patients now come in with symptoms and a late diagnosis in an advanced stage.Medical Director at Pearlman Cancer Center Dr. Samuel Ofori said it has a higher death rate than breast cancer, prostate cancer and colon combined.Ofori said it’s important to create awareness in the community to help diagnose sooner, treat and prev“The most effective way to decrease lung cancer mortality is to avoid it and the only way you can avoid lung cancer is by not smoking tobacco. If you are around people who smoke a lot, even though you don’t smoke, your risk of developing lung cancer also goes up, so you should avoid using it and avoid being around people who smoke,” said Ofori.The survival rate of lung cancer is about 25% but if diagnosed early, chances go up to about 60%.Ofori said there’s no specific symptom. It can be minor like chest pains, coughs and shortness of breath. That’s why it’s hard to catch at an early stage. He said the best way to screen is using low-dose CT scans.Patients who have been smoking for years are at higher risk and annual scans are recommended.Ofori said the survival rate of lung cancer is about 25% but if diagnosed early, chances go up to about 60%.Some of the main treatments are surgery, chemotherapy and immunotherapy.Copyright 2021 WALB. All rights reserved.
Anne LaPorte spent decades as a nurse, following in her own mother’s footsteps, drawn to tending to other people. In 2008, she went from professional to personal caregiver when her dad was diagnosed with stage 4 lung cancer. In a matter of just 8 weeks, he passed away. That’s when she thrust herself into lung cancer advocacy, fundraising and striving to raise lung cancer awareness. But in 2017, her world was shaken by cancer, again. This time, her daughter was diagnosed with stage 4 Hodgkin lymphoma. Thankfully, she successfully underwent treatment. But as her daughter recovered, Anne was diagnosed with stage 4 lung cancer, herself! Nurse → personal caregiver (twice) → stage 4 cancer patient in just 12 years.Watch Anne’s incredible story, and her powerful message of why patient self-advocacy is critical, more now than ever. In this Series: The White Ribbon Project is a grassroots organization powered by lung cancer patients, caregivers, healthcare providers, researchers – anyone who wants to help raise lung cancer awareness. The group creates and distributes wooden white ribbons as a symbol of its powerful movement to shift the narrative on lung cancer and break stigmas.The Patient Story is proud to share stories of some of these incredible people. From stage 1 to stage 4, those with and without histories of smoking, to caregivers and doctors, their mission is clear: Let’s lead with love and change the lung cancer story.Full story → https://www.thepatientstory.com/cancers/lung-cancer/the-white-ribbon-project/anne-laporteSeries: https://www.thepatientstory.com/cancers/lung/the-white-ribbon-project-stories/The interview has only been edited for clarity.Join Our Community:Website : https://www.thepatientstory.com/Facebook: @ThePatientStoryInstagram: @ThePatientStoryTwitter: @patient_story______________________________#thewhiteribbonproject #thepatientstory #lungcancer #lungcancerawareness #LCAM #LCSM#stage4 #cancerawareness #americanlungasociation #lungevity #go2foundation
Lung Cancer is one of the most common and deadly forms of cancer, but recent advances in detection and treatment have made having the disease much more manageable. During this webinar, Dr. Christopher Halpin, Pulmonology and Critical Care specialist discusses the causes and types of lung cancer, common symptoms, who should be screened, and detection and treatment options.