World Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HbVZpJ6DPC8 Oakland News Now – World Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month – video made by the YouTube channel with the logo in the video’s upper left hand corner. OaklandNewsNow.com is the original blog post for this type of video-blog content. Julie Fleshman with the Pancreatic Cancer Action Networks talks about the signs & symptoms to look Read More
Join MedCircle & the nonprofit FCancer for a LIVE FUNDRAISER to spot & prevent cancer. SAVE YOUR SEAT HERE: https://youtu.be/7_rdervYMdoThe mental health impacts of coping with cancer are difficult—but they often take a backseat to the physical health impacts. In this mental health guide, you will get a comprehensive masterclass on how to cope with cancer.00:00 Intro00:57 1: Cancer early detection & prevention 10117:06 2: How to cope with mental health impacts36:40 3: Strategies to cope with difficult cancer symptoms55:42 4: Coping with grief during & after cancer01:23:41 5: Key communication strategies during difficult times01:44:33 6: Romantic relationships during & after cancer02:22:30 7: Finding support & strength from community02:38:55 8: Overcoming “scanxiety” & cancer’s “new normal”GUESTS: Part 1: Heather Kun, CEO of FCancer and epidemiologist Dr. Kristy Lamb, dual board certified in psychiatry & family medicinePart 2:Dr Judy Ho, triple board certified forensic & neuropsychologistMandi Ingo, MedCircle head of partnershipsPart 3:Dr. Ann Peled, breast cancer surgeon & survivorPart 4:Lauren Tarpley, author & breast cancer survivorDr. Ramani Durvasula, licensed clinical psychologistPart 5:Dr Judith Joseph, double board-certified child & adolescent psychiatristBrenna Crowe, Hodgkin’s Lymphoma survivorPart 6:Leslie Mitchell, breast cancer survivorChris Mitchell, husband & supporterMarisa Sullivan, journalist & breast cancer survivorPart 7:Jonny Imerman, cancer survivor & cofounder of Imerman’s angelsPart 8: Dr. Kristy Lamb, dual board certified in psychiatry & family medicineKyle Hanagami, choreographer & artistic directorLearn more about Imerman Angels HERE: https://imermanangels.org/Learn more about FCancer & how to donate HERE: https://www.letsfcancer.com/#CancerAwareness #MentalHealth #MedCircle
A schoolteacher who had an itch that wouldn’t go away says she was shocked to learn it was pancreatic cancer. Debra Grindall is now encouraging others to look out for the symptoms.
November 18, 2021Presentations by: Drs. Mandar Muzumdar, Jill Lacy, James Farrell, Laura Baum, and Ronald Salem
“If I could save one life – then I’m successful.”
Charles Cha, MD, FACS, Hartford HealthCare’s Cancer Institute at St. Vincent’s Medical Center discusses pancreatic cancer, which is the fourth leading cause of cancer death with a five year survival rate of only about 10 percent.
Sally Severson returned to WISN 12 Thursday morning to promote Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Day. Her grandfather, father and brother all died from the disease.
A Chiefs Hall of Famer took to Twitter on Tuesday to announce his cancer diagnosis.
Marian Faye (Schottel) Gurwell was born May 24, 1932 to Pryor (Sr.) and Bertha (Ladage) Schottel in Cosby, MO. She passed away November 6, 2021 of pancreatic cancer.
On World Pancreatic Cancer Day, the PIX11 Morning News spoke with a 17-year survivor who’s making sure that we know warning signs.
Today is World Pancreatic Cancer Day which highlights the need for greater awareness, funding, and research for pancreatic cancer, one of the world’s deadliest cancers. The average hospital performs 15-20 of these surgeries each year. Jupiter Medical Center performs 60 pancreatic surgeries each year. Today, we honor our patients and all those affected by pancreatic cancer by wearing purple. The Anderson Family Cancer Institute provides comprehensive cancer care and renowned surgical oncologists like Dr. Shanel Bhagwandin. World-class cancer care is right here.Join our Gastrointestinal (GI) Surgical Oncology program at Jupiter Medical Center’s Anderson Family Cancer Institute, and the rest of the JMC team in wearing purple to raise awareness. Early detection saves lives. 💜 https://Jupitermed.com
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