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Blood Cancer

Cancer Patient Story: Doctors Dismissed Me Over & Over Again (Medical Gaslighting) | Nadia K. [Video]

Nadia shares how she was dismissed by multiple doctors many different times as she was trying to get diagnosed. Eventually, she would get diagnosed with a rare blood cancer called small lymphocytic lymphoma (SLL), also known as CLL. Full story & transcript → https://www.thepatientstory.com/cancers/non-hodgkin-lymphoma/small-lymphocytic-lymphoma-chronic-lymphocytic-leukemia-sll-cll/nadia-k/The 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 – Intro02:20 – What happened at the doctor’s appointment?05:50 – When a doctor listens and doesn’t07:22 – The encounter with the 3rd doctor12:34 – How did it feel finally getting that diagnosis?13:37 – What happened at the needle biopsy?27:05 – Guidance to people how to get through the waiting period____________________________#sll #smalllymphocyticlymphomia #leukemia #bloodcancer #LLS #thepatientstory #patientstories #cancerstories #cancerpatient #cancersurvivor

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Brain Cancer

Grade 3 BRAIN TUMOUR – Update on Life, 4wding, Range Rover & Massive THANK YOU! [Video]

G’day This time around I’m here to fill you in with how life has been for the last few months. I’ve been MIA for about 7 weeks due to the ongoing Brain Cancer treatment. It’s definitely a much more intense treatment, and it’s taken it’s toll on me.Sit back and say g’day as I talk you through the next few months and sling a thumbs up!Don’t forget to Subscribe if you’re new here, and head over to the socials to catch more of the stuff in between these videos. @chillingwithkeithy on Facebook.#brain #cancer #tumour #survivor #keithy #4×4 Enjoy the vid!CheersKeithy

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Brain Cancer

NATO use of depleted uranium during 1999 bombing of Yugoslavia leaves Serbia 97,000 cancer patients [Video]

People’s Daily: Today marks the 23rd anniversary of the end of NATO’s bombing of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia. After an international legal team filed lawsuits against NATO on behalf of 3,000 victims over the horrific consequences of up to 15 tons of depleted uranium bombs NATO dropped in 1999, NATO responded by saying it has immunity from prosecution. Do you have any comment?Zhao Lijian: Twenty-three years ago, US-led NATO blatantly bombarded the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia for 78 days without the approval of the UN Security Council. In total, NATO dropped nearly 420,000 bombs weighing 22,000 tons, including 15 tons of depleted uranium bombs. Over 2,500 people including 79 children were killed and more than one million people became refugees as a direct result of the bombings. What is more heart-wrenching is that death and agony brought by the war lingered for generations till this day. As noted by experts, exposure to radiation emitted by depleted uranium bombs can show no symptom for years and depleted uranium bombs have long-term impact on the environment and human food-chain. In the 10 years after the bombing, about 30,000 people in Serbia developed cancer, among whom 10,000 died. According to the Institute of Public Health of Belgrade, by the end of 2019, the number of registered cancer patients in Serbia was as high as 97,000. A study of the Serbian emergency center shows that among children born in Serbia after 1999, many aged between one and five suffered from ectodermal tumors, many aged between five and nine contracted hematological malignancies, and there is a clear uptick in the morbidity rate of brain cancer among those aged between nine and 18. Besides, by May 2019, 366 Italian military personnel who participated in the NATO military operations have died of cancer, and 7,500 have fallen sick. However, till this day, the US — the country that sent military aircraft to drop depleted uranium bombs over Serbia and the inventor of this type of bombs as well as the only country that has ever used them — continues to deny that depleted uranium bombs can directly cause Gulf War syndrome and Kosovo syndrome. During the Gulf War, the US dropped far more depleted uranium bombs over Iraq. NATO is also trying to get away with it by claiming immunity from prosecution. Such moves by the US-led NATO are shocking. Neither the Serbian people, nor people elsewhere in the world seeking justice, will ever agree to this. The US-led NATO should earnestly reflect on its war crimes, and provide a reasonable explanation and compensations to the victims of depleted uranium bombs as soon as possible. NATO must also seriously learn the lesson and stop creating new turmoil and division across the world. __________________Powered by Shanghai Media Group, ShanghaiEye focuses on producing top-quality content for Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Youtube.Nobody knows Shanghai better than us.Please subscribe to us ☻☻☻__________________For more stories, please click ■ What’s up today in Shanghai, the most updated news of the cityhttps://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLeyl7CQ2A5MNjpE4hspSVry8dR555getN■ Amazing Shanghai, exploring the unknown corners of the city, learning the people, food and stories behind themhttps://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLeyl7CQ2A5MMVTWr-zIXjsS4hhSQPmyes■ What Chinese people’s lives are like during the post COVID-19 periodhttps://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLeyl7CQ2A5MPrPTmIirpfgETu6VKVESXe■ Views of foreign scholars on China and its affairshttps://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLeyl7CQ2A5MO9ua_nSK6slRPdUl-ovjRe■ Foreign faces in Shanghai, people living in this city sharing their true feelingshttps://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLeyl7CQ2A5MP0vJDSw23_1MCPJhAfGbiG■ Mini-docs showing why China is the country it is today https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLeyl7CQ2A5MOreRu2AbZ3ziIUyCcdBLwX__________________☎Leave us messages if you have any suggestions or questions!Thank you!

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Blood Cancer

Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia (CLL) Developments For Patients & Caregivers (Ft. Dr. Nicole Lamanna) [Video]

Top CLL specialist Nicole Lamanna, MD, of Columbia University discusses – in human terms – some of the more recent developments in treating chronic lymphocytic leukemia or CLL. She talks about new combinations of BTK & BCL2 inhibitors, understanding undetectable minimal residual disease or uMRD, the newer drug pirtobrutinib, CAR T-cell therapy, and much more.The interview has only been edited for clarity.Join Our Community:Website: http://ThePatientStory.comYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/ThePatientStoryInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/thepatientstoryFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/thepatientstory/Twitter: https://twitter.com/patient_storyLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/thepatientstory/______________________________Contents of this video:00:00 – intro04:02 – New combinations of BTK + BCL2 inhibitors06:15 – Minimal residual disease (MRD)07:36 – Understanding the different CLL detection tests16:!2 – Would drugs like pirtobrutinib be indefinite treatment?17:42 – Progress of CAR T-Cell therapy in CLL23:19 – CLL treatment side effects26:12 – BTK inhibitor common side effects30:23- Comparing side effects of drugs in same class (earlier vs. newer)33:29 – Who should go onto CAR T-cell therapy?36:37 – New research studying BTK inhibitors + CAR T______________________________#ThePatientStory #chroniclymphocyticleukemia #CLL #cancerexperts #CLLTreatments #cllsm #leukemia #clinicaltrials #clinicalresearch btkinhibitors #ibrutinib #acalabrutinib #zanubrutinib #pirtobrutinib #venetoclax #ASH2021Note: This is not medical advice and never a substitute for your own medical team. Please consult medical professionals for treatment information.

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Colon Cancer

BioStock Life Science Spring Summit 2022 | WntResearch [Video]

Pernilla Sandwall, CEO of WntResearch, presents the company at BioStock Life Science Spring Summit 20220:00 Welcome0:14 Introduction to WntResearch2:00 Colon cancer and Foxy-53:18 WNT5A and Foxy-56:00 Safety profile and administration7:09 NeoFox study9:11 Positioning Foxy-510:25 Possible label expansions for Foxy-511:23 Patent strategy12:20 Prioritised company targets14:01 Management team14:57 Shareholders15:32 Q&ASubscribe and follow BioStock on:YouTube https://bit.ly/BiostockLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/biostockFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/biostock.seTwitter: https://twitter.com/BioStock_SWEhttps://www.biostock.se/#biostock #lifescience #WntResearchAbout BioStockBioStock is Scandinavia’s leading digital news and analysis service with an exclusive focus on the Life Science sector. Our primary editorial office is found at Medicon Village in Lund, one of Sweden’s foremost innovation clusters for life science companies, while our second editorial office is located in central Stockholm with proximity to both life science companies and financial players. We have TV studios on both sites.

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Lung Cancer

New Cancer treatment with 100% Success | Cancer Treatment latest update | Dostarlimab| Rectal cancer [Video]

New Cancer treatment with 100% Success | Cancer Treatment latest update | Dostarlimab| Rectal cancer | Cancer drug trial |’Tumors just vanished’: Cancer patients now in remission after drug trialA recent drug tested for colorectal cancer has shown 100% success rate in clinical trials.According to a recent article published on NEJM (New England Journal of Medicine) a monoclonal antibody drug Dostarlimab has successfully cured 12 patients with rectal adenocarcinoma.The medication given, called dostarlimab is sold under the brand name Jemperli, is an immunotherapy drug used in the treatment of endometrial cancer, but this was the first clinical investigation of whether it was also effective against rectal cancer tumors.The recent study was conducted on a special variant of rectal cancer with genetic mutations called mismatched repair deficiency.Patients with such tumors tend to be less responsive to chemotherapy and radiation treatments, which increases the need for surgical removal of their tumors.Generally, patients with these kinds of rectal tumors are expect to undergo chemotherapy and radiation therapy prior to surgical removal of the cancer. Unfortunately, for many patients this gamut of treatments comes with long-lasting consequences that can last for the rest of their life.Surprisingly all 12 patients have completed treatment with dostarlimab and have undergone at least 6 months of follow-up. All 12 patients had a clinical complete response, with no evidence of tumor on MRI, PET scan, endoscopic evaluation, digital rectal examination, or biopsy.This was just a phase 2 trial of this drug which was conducted on a very small group of patients. A Longer follow-up is needed to assess the duration of response and the ultimate success rate.Birmingham doctor optimistic about new trial that clears cancer cellsMassive Breakthrough As Cancer Vanishes For All Patients In Drug Trial#cancertreatment #cancer #dostarlimab

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Pediatric Cancer

A FACT A DAY FOR THE MONTH OF MAY // BRAIN TUMOR AWARENESS [Video]

Tumorwarrior (Zach Round) goes over fact 27 of his series of a fact a day for the month of May.Zach is a brain tumor survivor that defies all odds. He does most sport activities and thrives at them. Mostly he does football, which is his college sport, and for fun he mountain bikes. The channel started out as a place for Zach where he can post just RAW mountain biking film. Ever since the brain tumor he has had a change of heart in what he wants to do in life. He went from wanting to be an engineer to wanting to be a voice for childhood cancer patients and survivors. Since the change of heart, he has started to post back on this very channel. Zach posts mainly college football and mountain biking, but he is not straying away from all sports. Sports content and video creating is fun for Zach and he hopes to post more and expand his audience and help raise awareness for childhood cancer. If you want to follow Zach along on his continual journey, click subscribe or follow his socials down below. Instagram https://www.instagram.com/tumorwarrior67/?hl=enTwitter https://twitter.com/tumorwarrior67Facebook https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100009043135300I also have a website that documents my journey as a brain tumor survivor:http://tumorwarrior67.comSponsored By:ODI Grips: https://www.odigrips.com/GoPro: https://www.odigrips.com/#tumorwarrior67 #braintumorawarenessmonth #gogreyinmay #shorts

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Pediatric Cancer

A FACT A DAY FOR THE MONTH OF MAY // BRAIN TUMOR AWARENESS [Video]

Tumorwarrior (Zach Round) goes over fact 30 of his series of a fact a day for the month of May.Zach is a brain tumor survivor that defies all odds. He does most sport activities and thrives at them. Mostly he does football, which is his college sport, and for fun he mountain bikes. The channel started out as a place for Zach where he can post just RAW mountain biking film. Ever since the brain tumor he has had a change of heart in what he wants to do in life. He went from wanting to be an engineer to wanting to be a voice for childhood cancer patients and survivors. Since the change of heart, he has started to post back on this very channel. Zach posts mainly college football and mountain biking, but he is not straying away from all sports. Sports content and video creating is fun for Zach and he hopes to post more and expand his audience and help raise awareness for childhood cancer. If you want to follow Zach along on his continual journey, click subscribe or follow his socials down below. Instagram https://www.instagram.com/tumorwarrior67/?hl=enTwitter https://twitter.com/tumorwarrior67Facebook https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100009043135300I also have a website that documents my journey as a brain tumor survivor:http://tumorwarrior67.comSponsored By:ODI Grips: https://www.odigrips.com/GoPro: https://www.odigrips.com/#tumorwarrior67 #braintumorawarenessmonth #gogreyinmay #shorts

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Blood Cancer

Living with Multiple Myeloma & Maintenance Therapy | Ray’s Story (3 of 3) [Video]

Thanks to Ray, who’s shared his in-depth multiple myeloma story from first symptoms through 1st line treatment, stem cell transplant, and recovery. In this segment, Ray talks about living life with multiple myeloma, undergoing maintenance therapy (Revlimid + Velcade).Videos:1) My 1st Symptoms, Tests & Diagnosis: https://youtu.be/mJU1xJdZylY2) 1st Line Treatment : https://youtu.be/w_zjrJ7iB_s3) Living with Multiple Myeloma (& Maintenance Therapy): This VideoFull story & transcript → Updated Soon at www.ThePatientStory.comThe interview has only been edited for clarity.Join Our Community:Website : https://www.thepatientstory.com/Facebook: @ThePatientStoryInstagram: @ThePatientStoryTwitter: @patient_story____________________________Contents of the Video:00:00 – Intro00:54 – Maintenance therapy regimen 03:14 – Adjusting life with a chronic illness07:25 – Last message message to people looking for guidance09:41 – Getting help and support from the people around you____________________________#thepatientstory #Multiplemyeloma #maintainancetherapy #Bloodcancer #patientstories #cancerstories #cancerpatient #cancersurvivor #cancer symptoms #cancerdiagnosis #stemcelltransplant #cancerhairloss #mmsm

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Pediatric Cancer

A FACT A DAY FOR THE MONTH OF MAY // BRAIN TUMOR AWARENESS [Video]

Tumorwarrior (Zach Round) goes over fact 28 in his series of a fact a day for the month of May.Zach is a brain tumor survivor that defies all odds. He does most sport activities and thrives at them. Mostly he does football, which is his college sport, and for fun he mountain bikes. The channel started out as a place for Zach where he can post just RAW mountain biking film. Ever since the brain tumor he has had a change of heart in what he wants to do in life. He went from wanting to be an engineer to wanting to be a voice for childhood cancer patients and survivors. Since the change of heart, he has started to post back on this very channel. Zach posts mainly college football and mountain biking, but he is not straying away from all sports. Sports content and video creating is fun for Zach and he hopes to post more and expand his audience and help raise awareness for childhood cancer. If you want to follow Zach along on his continual journey, click subscribe or follow his socials down below. Instagram https://www.instagram.com/tumorwarrior67/?hl=enTwitter https://twitter.com/tumorwarrior67Facebook https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100009043135300I also have a website that documents my journey as a brain tumor survivor:http://tumorwarrior67.comSponsored By:ODI Grips: https://www.odigrips.com/GoPro: https://www.odigrips.com/#tumorwarrior67 #braintumorawarenessmonth #gogreyinmay #shorts

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Pediatric Cancer

A FACT A DAY FOR THE MONTH OF MAY // BRAIN TUMOR AWARENESS [Video]

Tumorwarrior (Zach Round) goes over the final fact in his series of a fact a day for the month of May. Zach is a brain tumor survivor that defies all odds. He does most sport activities and thrives at them. Mostly he does football, which is his college sport, and for fun he mountain bikes. The channel started out as a place for Zach where he can post just RAW mountain biking film. Ever since the brain tumor he has had a change of heart in what he wants to do in life. He went from wanting to be an engineer to wanting to be a voice for childhood cancer patients and survivors. Since the change of heart, he has started to post back on this very channel. Zach posts mainly college football and mountain biking, but he is not straying away from all sports. Sports content and video creating is fun for Zach and he hopes to post more and expand his audience and help raise awareness for childhood cancer. If you want to follow Zach along on his continual journey, click subscribe or follow his socials down below. Instagram https://www.instagram.com/tumorwarrior67/?hl=enTwitter https://twitter.com/tumorwarrior67Facebook https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100009043135300I also have a website that documents my journey as a brain tumor survivor:http://tumorwarrior67.comSponsored By:ODI Grips: https://www.odigrips.com/GoPro: https://www.odigrips.com/#tumorwarrior67 #braintumorawarenessmonth #gogreyinmay #shorts

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Brain Cancer

How the Wim Hof Method affects cancer treatment [Video]

When Alice heard the news that her two kids, Jace and Jane, had brain cancer, she was utterly devastated. Living just three minutes away from Wim Hof, she decided to come by and ask for his help. Wim welcomed Alice and her kids with open arms, and they started practicing The Wim Hof Method together. After two weeks of practice, the kids’ white blood cell count saw a remarkable 500% increase.=====Want to discover & learn more about the Wim Hof Method?JOIN THE FREE MINI CLASS:https://www.wimhofmethod.com/free-mini-classDOWNLOAD THE FREE MOBILE APP:https://www.wimhofmethod.com/wim-hof-method-mobile-appVISIT THE WEBSITE:https://www.wimhofmethod.com/LISTEN TO THE WIM HOF PODCAST:https://www.wimhofmethod.com/mediaCONNECT WITH WIM:YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=wimhof1Facebook: https://facebook.com/icemanwimhof/Instagram: https://instagram.com/iceman_hofTwitter: https://twitter.com/iceman_hofWIM HOF METHOD ONLINE COURSES:https://www.wimhofmethod.com/elearningFOR WORKSHOPS/SEMINARS/TRAVELS:https://www.wimhofmethod.com/activitiesQUESTION(S) ABOUT THE WIM HOF METHOD?https://wimhofmethod.com/faq=====ABOUT WIM HOF=====“The Iceman” Wim Hof is a Dutch athlete and multiple Guinness World Record holder known for his ability to withstand extreme cold and his extraordinary achievements.Wim believes that EVERYONE is capable of doing the same exceptional things his body allows him to do. That’s why he developed the Wim Hof Method – a combination of breathing exercises, cold therapy and commitment – to give YOU the tools to take control over your body.He’s on a mission to share the potential health benefits of his method, working with scientists around the world to prove that his techniques work.Discover more at wimhofmethod.com