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Brain Cancer

Brain Cancer Survivor | Todd Angelucci | ZenOnco.io-Integrative Oncology [Video]

Todd Angelucci, 50 years old, is a Registered ICU nurse, transformational Life and Health Coach working in the United States. He is a Brain Cancer Survivor. He did not have many symptoms. One day while he was with his patient, he developed visual trouble. It was ruled out as Ocular Migraine when he consulted the eye doctor. He never had headaches before and left-hand heaviness, so they did some tests on him, and it was diagnosed as Poly Cystic Astrocytoma Stage 1. He underwent Brain Surgery two weeks after the diagnosis of Brain Cancer. He did not go through chemotherapy or radiotherapy. Todd Says It is ok to be Overwhelmed at the beginning of the journey, but your goal should be to appreciate life and not take things for granted. We at Zenonco.io helps in making quality integrative oncology cancer care accessible to all. Visit our Official website at: https://zenonco.io/ If you or your loved one has been diagnosed with cancer recently, and need guidance on treatment or have any doubts or queries, call ZenOnco.io on +91 99 30 70 90 00.Engage with Us at:LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/zenonco-ioFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/ZenOnco.ioOfficialInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/zenoncoio Twitter: https://twitter.com/zenoncoio YouTube: http://bit.ly/SubscribetoZenOncoio

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Colon Cancer

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

Colorectal Cancer Survivor | Earl Redmond | ZenOnco.io-Integrative Oncology [Video]

The fantastic factor is that Earl Redmond never showed any symptoms of Colorectal Cancer. His blood works were 100% perfect, and during a routine colonoscopy, they found something wrong with him and directly took him for the surgery, where they discovered Stage 2 Colorectal Cancer. He underwent Robotic Sigmoidectomy surgery. The surgery was so smooth that he did not have to undergo any chemotherapy or radiotherapy treatments. Earl was determined to fight back. He fought back and is a successful TV host, C.E.O. at Port City Media Group LLC. Executive Producer, Actor, Writer, and a content creator.We at Zenonco.io helps in making quality integrative oncology cancer care accessible to all. Visit our Official website at: https://zenonco.io/ If you or your loved one has been diagnosed with cancer recently, and need guidance on treatment or have any doubts or queries, call ZenOnco.io on +91 99 30 70 90 00.Engage with Us at:LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/zenonco-ioFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/ZenOnco.ioOfficialInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/zenoncoio Twitter: https://twitter.com/zenoncoio YouTube: http://bit.ly/SubscribetoZenOncoio

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Blood Cancer

Positive Long-Term Data of Ibrutinib + Venetoclax as First-Line CLL Treatment [Video]

Paolo Ghia, MD, PhD, Professor at the Università Vita-Salute San Raffaele, Milan, Italy, discusses the updated, long-term data from the phase 2 CAPTIVATE study. This study evaluated ibrutinib plus venetoclax as a first-line treatment for chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL); data from this trial was recently presented at the American Society of Hematology Meeting & Exposition (ASH 2021). CLL is a rare blood cancer resulting in a build-up of lymphocytes in bone marrow, lymph nodes, and blood. The disease is treatable, but relapse is very common.As Dr. Ghia explains, the CAPTIVATE study is a multicenter, double-blind, phase 2 study with previously untreated CLL patients under the age of 70 years. Patients were given 3 cycles of ibrutinib and an additional 12 cycles of ibrutinib plus venetoclax. Patients who had confirmed rates of undetectable minimal residual disease (uMRD) were then randomized to receive ibrutinib or placebo. Patients who did not meet the definition of undetectable MRD were randomized to receive ibrutinib alone or continued combination therapy. The endpoints presented on at ASH 2021 included: 2-year disease-free survival rate (defined as survival without progression or MRD relapse post-randomization) in patients with confirmed uMRD randomized to placebo vs ibrutinib, rates of uMRD (by 8-color flow cytometry), investigator-assessed best response per iwCLL, investigator-assessed PFS, and adverse events (AEs).Dr. Ghia goes on to discuss the long-term data. No new MRD relapses, progressions, or deaths in patients with confirmed uMRD occured since data from the CAPTIVATE trial were presented last year. The 2-year disease free survival (DFS) rate in the MRD-guided placebo arm remained high at 95% while 3-year progressive free survival (PFS) rates were greater than 95% across all randomized treatment arms. The results in patients with confirmed uMRD support the potential for treatment-free remission with fixed-duration treatment, including in patients with high-risk features. High rates of uMRD were achieved; the safety profile of ibrutinib plus venetoclax was consistent with the known safety profiles of each agent. The most frequent grade 3/4 AEs were neutropenia, hypertension, thrombocytopenia, and diarrhea.

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Colon Cancer

Colorectal Cancer Survivor | Prakhar Modi | ZenOnco.io-Integrative Oncology [Video]

Prakhar Modi is a Colorectal Cancer survivor. He developed constipation and took some home remedies, but there was no relief. When he and his wife consulted the doctor, they diagnosed it as piles, but the pain did not resolve. They again consulted the doctor, and he was asked to go for a colonoscopy, but he dropped the plan and went for a proctoscopy instead. He was diagnosed with Colorectal Cancer. Prakhar was shocked as he was not a smoker or an alcoholic. He is a pure vegetarian as well. He underwent chemotherapy and radiotherapy as a part of the treatment. Chemo even made him suicidal. He then underwent surgery and was given a colostomy bag. He is grateful to have a great family and colleagues who supported him throughout the treatment.We at Zenonco.io helps in making quality integrative oncology cancer care accessible to all. Visit our Official website at: https://zenonco.io/ If you or your loved one has been diagnosed with cancer recently, and need guidance on treatment or have any doubts or queries, call ZenOnco.io on +91 99 30 70 90 00.Engage with Us at:LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/zenonco-ioFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/ZenOnco.ioOfficialInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/zenoncoio Twitter: https://twitter.com/zenoncoio YouTube: http://bit.ly/SubscribetoZenOncoio

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Colon Cancer

Cancer healing Circle Talks with Anil Patil | Colorectal Cancer Survivor | ZenOnco.io [Video]

Anil Patil is a Colorectal Cancer survivor. His symptoms started with blood in the stool. When he consulted the doctor for the same, it was initially diagnosed as a Fissure. The doctor gave him medicines for 15 days, but as there was no change in the condition, he came to Nashik, where another doctor did a colonoscopy, and a tumor was detected. He got married in just three years, and his kid was just two months old. He underwent Colorectal Cancer surgery and was provided with a colostomy bag. Everything was new for him, but he got adjusted soon. Ostomy Association of India also provided him with all the necessities and helped him change quickly. Anil Says a Colostomy bag is not a big deal. There might be some changes in your physical appearance, but it will not change who you are. After all, You are who you are.We at Zenonco.io helps in making quality integrative oncology cancer care accessible to all. Visit our Official website at: https://zenonco.io/ If you or your loved one has been diagnosed with cancer recently, and need guidance on treatment or have any doubts or queries, call ZenOnco.io on +91 99 30 70 90 00.Engage with Us at:LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/zenonco-ioFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/ZenOnco.ioOfficialInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/zenoncoio Twitter: https://twitter.com/zenoncoio YouTube: http://bit.ly/SubscribetoZenOncoio

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Blood Cancer

My Cancer Relapse, Newest Treatments & Clinical Trials: Multiple Myeloma | Connie’s Story (2 of 3) [Video]

Connie first noticed small bumps on her arms, light purple in color, but they were explained away by her doctors. Finally, they were growing fast enough for her to push for more examination. That’s when she learned the multiple myeloma had relapsed. In video 2 of our 3-part series, Connie shares all the treatments she tried, combinations including Velcade, Revlimid (lenalidomide), Cytoxan, dexamethasone, Pomalyst, CAR T-cell therapy, and Blenrep. She recalls the most impactful side effects and shares tips on getting through them.In this Series: Our 3-part series with Connie covers her entire multiple myeloma story, from how she got diagnosed and first-line treatment, to her relapse and continuing different kinds and combinations of therapies, through to quality of life issues and how she lives life with multiple myeloma now. Thank you for sharing your story, Connie!Videos:(1 of 3) How I Got Diagnosed with Cancer (Again): https://youtu.be/gr-YZdZrw4g(2 of 3) My Cancer Relapse, Newest Treatments & Clinical Trials: This VideoFull story & transcript → https://www.thepatientstory.com/multiple-myeloma-relapse-connie-hThe interview has only been edited for clarity.Join Our Community:Website : https://www.thepatientstory.com/Facebook: @ThePatientStoryInstagram: @ThePatientStoryTwitter: @patient_story______________________________Contents of this video:00:00 – Intro00:32 – The 1st signs cancer was back01:49 – Treatment decision-making discussion with the doctor03:43 – Considering long-term side effects04:19 – Dealing with neuropathy06:31 – Experience with POMALYST07:37 – The dexamethasone (steroid) experience08:57 – Dealing with new tumors09:52 – Dealing with each relapse12:45 – The Darzalex and Pomalyst experience16:32 – CAR T-cell therapy clinical trials18:48 – The 2nd Clinical Trial at National Institutes of Health (NIH)20:55 -Starting BLENREP treatment22:17 – BLENREP side effects26:13 – Next steps in treatment27:58 – Tips for dealing with insurance30:51 – Waiting for the clinical trial to start______________________________#thepatientstory #multiplemyeloma #patientstories #cancerstories #cancerpatient #cancersurvivor #multiplemyeloma #myeloma #RRMM #MMSM #CARTcelltherapy #CART #bloodcancer #clinicaltrials

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Skin Cancer

How to Access Clinical Trials in Canada [Video]

How to Access Clinical Trials in Canada presented by Stephen Sundquist – Executive Director, 3CTN, Clinical Trial NavigatorRecorded LIVE- Skin Cancer & Melanoma Information Session Webinar For more information on our webinar series visit https://www.melanomanetwork.ca/patienteducation/About Clinical Trials https://www.melanomanetwork.ca/clinical-trials/Melanoma TreatmentsImmunotherapies https://www.melanomanetwork.ca/immunotherapies/Targeted therapies https://www.melanomanetwork.ca/targeted-therapy/”Melanoma What you need to Know” patient booklethttps://www.melanomanetwork.ca/mncpub/Melanoma Support https://www.melanomanetwork.ca/support/If you are looking for support, reach us today. We are here to support you through your journey. Contact: Mary Zawadzki B.A, SSW, RSSW 1.877.560.8035 x 108 mzawadzki@melanomanetwork.caBIOStephen Sundquist, Executive Director, 3CTNStephen has over 25 years of experience in clinical research and health programs’ leadership. His clinical research expertise in CRO and pharma sponsor settings centers on the conduct of Phase 1-3b drug, biologic and device trials for a wide range of therapeutic areas. In his role as Executive Director for the Canadian Cancer Clinical Trials Network (3CTN), Stephen has been responsible for leading Network initiatives designed to optimize the capacity of participating Cancer Centres towards improving equitable access to academic cancer clinical trials for patients across the country. Thank you to our National Sponsors Bristol-Myers Squibb Canada: https://www.bms.com/ca/enInnovative Medicines: http://innovativemedicines.ca/Merck Canada: https://www.merck.ca/en/home/Novartis: https://www.novartis.ca/en Pfizer: https://www.pfizer.ca/ Sanofi: https://www.sanofi.ca/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/melanomanetworkInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/melanomanetworkTwitter: https://twitter.com/MelanomaNetwork https://www.melanomanetwork.ca/

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Skin Cancer

Melanoma Treatment Updates 2021 [Video]

Dr. Xinni Song MD FRCPCOncologist presentingMelanoma What You Need to Know – Treatment Updates (see bio below) Recorded LIVE- Skin Cancer & Melanoma Information Session Webinar For more information on our webinar series visit https://www.melanomanetwork.ca/patienteducation/Melanoma Treatment InformationImmunotherapies https://www.melanomanetwork.ca/immunotherapies/Targeted therapies https://www.melanomanetwork.ca/targeted-therapy/About Clinical Trials https://www.melanomanetwork.ca/clinical-trials/Melanoma What you need to Know Paitent bookethttps://www.melanomanetwork.ca/mncpub/Melanoma Support https://www.melanomanetwork.ca/support/If you are looking for support, reach us today. We are here to support you through your journey. Contact: Mary Zawadzki B.A, SSW, RSSW 1.877.560.8035 x 108 mzawadzki@melanomanetwork.ca BIOAbout Dr. Xinni SongDr. Song did her postgraduate medical training in internal medicine/medical oncology at University of Ottawa. She completed a CBCF clinical fellowship in breast cancer. She is a member of both the American Society of Clinical Oncology and the Canadian Association of Medical Oncologists.Dr. Song is currently a medical oncologist and chair of the melanoma disease site at The Ottawa Hospital Cancer Centre. Her research interests include clinical trials of new cancer therapeutics, cancer survivorship, and medical education in relation to professional learning and assessment. She is the author of numerous oncology-related abstracts and articles, as well as a dedicated speaker and educator.Thank you to our National Sponsors Bristol-Myers Squibb Canada: https://www.bms.com/ca/enInnovative Medicines: http://innovativemedicines.ca/Merck Canada: https://www.merck.ca/en/home/Novartis: https://www.novartis.ca/en Pfizer: https://www.pfizer.ca/ Sanofi: https://www.sanofi.ca/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/melanomanetworkInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/melanomanet…Twitter: https://twitter.com/MelanomaNetwork https://www.melanomanetwork.ca/

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Blood Cancer

Living with Multiple Myeloma: How I Got Diagnosed with Cancer | Connie’s Story (1 of 3) [Video]

Connie calls herself a “Wyoming cowgirl,” who enjoys spending quality time with her three kids and husband of nearing 40 years. It was a shock when she was diagnosed with multiple myeloma, a fairly rare cancer of plasma cells that is very treatable but still not curable. It was the second cancer she’d been diagnosed with, after going through treatment for thyroid cancer in 2001. In this segment, Connie describes how she was diagnosed with multiple myeloma, how she processed the diagnosis, describes the stem cell transplant, and her first remission.In this Series: Our 3-part series with Connie covers her entire multiple myeloma story, from how she got diagnosed and first-line treatment, to her relapse and continuing different kinds and combinations of therapies, through to quality of life issues and how she lives life with multiple myeloma now. Thank you for sharing your story, Connie!Full story & transcript → https://www.thepatientstory.com/multiple-myeloma-diagnosis-connie-h/Join Our Community:Website : https://www.thepatientstory.com/Facebook: @ThePatientStoryInstagram: @ThePatientStoryTwitter: @patient_story______________________________Contents of this video:The interview has only been edited for clarity.00:00 – Intro00:51 – Connie’s Introduction02:40 – What were the 1st symptoms?04:28 – Remembering the moment of diagnosis05:21 – Processing a cancer diagnosis a 2nd time06:25 – What to do when you get a cancer diagnosis08:00 – The stem cell transplant10:21 – Staying in the hospital11:39 – Fighting bacterial infection (H. Pylori)13:58 – Understanding remission in multiple myeloma15:25 – Dealing with anxiety______________________________#thepatientstory #multiplemyeloma #patientstories #cancerstories #cancerpatient #cancersurvivor #multiplemyeloma #myeloma #RRMM #MMSM #CARTcelltherapy #CART #bloodcancer #clinicaltrials

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Blood Cancer

Outdoor blood donation camp for children cure| Gurupurab Langar for 2500+ visitors | Community food [Video]

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