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With a young son to raise and marriage on the horizon, Liz is shocked by a diagnosis of ductal carcinoma in situ (DCIS). With a team of highly skilled caregivers, Liz undergoes a mastectomy and reconstructive surgery. Learn more about cancer care at Sharp HealthCare in San Diego: 🤍 Visit our website: 🤍 Find a doctor at Sharp: 🤍 Subscribe or see more videos from Sharp HealthCare: 🤍 Like Sharp HealthCare on Facebook: 🤍 Follow Sharp HealthCare on Instagram: 🤍 Follow Sharp HealthCare on Twitter: 🤍 Call us at 1-800-82-SHARP
A young man with a young family and big dreams. But at twenty-nine-years old, Matt received the news no one wants to hear — a diagnosis of medullary thyroid cancer. With his wife and newborn by his side, Matt has kept a “top notch attitude” through the ups and downs of his cancer journey. You can read Matt's story and stories of other cancer journeys at 🤍 - The Ottawa Hospital is one of Canada’s largest learning and research hospitals, with more than 1,100 beds and approximately 12,000 staff members. Our focus on learning and research helps us develop new and innovative ways to treat patients and improve care. As a multi-campus hospital affiliated with the University of Ottawa, we deliver specialized care to the Eastern Ontario region, but our techniques and research discoveries are adopted around the world. We engage the community at all levels to support our vision for better patient care. From the compassion of our people to the relentless pursuit of new discoveries, The Ottawa Hospital never stops seeking solutions to the most complex healthcare challenges. Find The Ottawa Hospital on: Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 LinkedIn: 🤍 Our website: 🤍 Discover the innovation taking place at The Ottawa Hospital Research Institute: 🤍 Support The Ottawa Hospital: 🤍
When Kaylee T. was just 9-years-old, she was diagnosed with stage 3 ovarian cancer – a 10 centimeter germ cell tumor (about the size of a softball) that had spread to the abdominal wall. With help from surgery and four intense rounds of chemotherapy at Texas Children’s Cancer Center®, Kaylee was later declared cancer-free. Kaylee is now a spunky 4th grader who loves ice skating, Girl Scouts and tracking the weather. To learn more about Texas Children’s Cancer Center, visit texaschildrens.org/cancer.
Andy was diagnosed with ALK-positive lung cancer in August 2017, having experienced symptoms of a tumour that had spread to his brain. Thanks to dramatic improvements in the diagnosis and treatment of lung cancer, Andy has been able to go back to work and continue planning for the future. Here he tells his story. Subscribe to our YouTube channel now: 🤍 Get in touch with us: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 Roche has been committed to improving lives since the company was founded in 1896 in Basel, Switzerland. Today, Roche creates innovative medicines and diagnostic tests that help millions of patients globally. Roche is a leader in research-focused healthcare with combined strengths in pharmaceuticals and diagnostics. Roche is the world’s largest biotech company, with truly differentiated medicines in oncology, immunology, infectious diseases, ophthalmology and neuroscience. For more information and insights visit: 🤍
Dana-Farber's Dr. Nadine McCleary and Amy Ennis, a young mother diagnosed with colon cancer, discuss the many challenges patients face beyond diagnosis and treatment. Dr. McCleary started RESOURCE to help meet socio-economic needs and reduce unplanned interruptions to cancer care.
Kristi Blair lost her mom to breast cancer. Then she was diagnosed with it. Now cancer free, she's partnering with Dr. Nora Disis, whose research aims to develop a cancer vaccine. Blair was just 35 with five children when she learned she had breast cancer. She sought out care from those working at the forefront of breast cancer research and treatment, including Dr. Nora Disis, director of the UW Medicine Cancer Vaccine Institute. Disis and the Cancer Vaccine Institute are focused on developing cancer vaccines as a potential treatment to prevent cancers — breast, colon, ovarian, prostate, pancreatic and lung cancers — and to prevent cancer relapse. Blair enrolled in one of Disis’ clinical trials and started her own nonprofit to raise money for breast cancer research. She’s motivated to increase breast cancer awareness and help researchers learn as much as they can about cancer genetics because she knows that without funding cancer research — you can’t count on any cures. Learn more about Kristi's story and the innovative cancer vaccine research at the : 🤍 Help the Cancer Vaccine Institute advance cancer vaccine research: 🤍 Learn more about Dr. Nora Disis and the Cancer Vaccine Institute at UW Medicine: 🤍
This is the story of my journey fighting stage 4 neuroblastoma. "You have no choice but to be STRONG, but you can choose to be HAPPY and POSITIVE!" I am determined to make a difference in the fight against pediatric cancer! Please join me – I believe we CAN make a difference! Thank you! -Cookie :-) 🤍CookiesCrumblers.org
At the first sign that something might be wrong, Kevin thought he would just wait to see what happens — maybe his one-time symptom would go away. But in the middle of the night, he felt compelled to call to his doctor and leave a message. Tests revealed Kevin had mucosal melanoma — a rare form of skin cancer found inside the body. Today, he encourages others to take action when it comes to their own health. You can read Kevin's story and stories of other cancer journeys at 🤍 - The Ottawa Hospital is one of Canada’s largest learning and research hospitals, with more than 1,100 beds and approximately 12,000 staff members. Our focus on learning and research helps us develop new and innovative ways to treat patients and improve care. As a multi-campus hospital affiliated with the University of Ottawa, we deliver specialized care to the Eastern Ontario region, but our techniques and research discoveries are adopted around the world. We engage the community at all levels to support our vision for better patient care. From the compassion of our people to the relentless pursuit of new discoveries, The Ottawa Hospital never stops seeking solutions to the most complex healthcare challenges. Find The Ottawa Hospital on: Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 LinkedIn: 🤍 Our website: 🤍 Discover the innovation taking place at The Ottawa Hospital Research Institute: 🤍 Support The Ottawa Hospital: 🤍
In 2019, Jennifer received an unexpected breast cancer diagnosis. It was overwhelming at the time, but she and her family were in it together. Her journey would include chemotherapy treatment, and surgery. While she knows nobody wants to join this club, Jennifer wants others facing a cancer diagnosis to know, they’re not alone. You can read Jennifer's story and stories of other cancer journeys at 🤍 - The Ottawa Hospital is one of Canada’s largest learning and research hospitals, with more than 1,100 beds and approximately 12,000 staff members. Our focus on learning and research helps us develop new and innovative ways to treat patients and improve care. As a multi-campus hospital affiliated with the University of Ottawa, we deliver specialized care to the Eastern Ontario region, but our techniques and research discoveries are adopted around the world. We engage the community at all levels to support our vision for better patient care. From the compassion of our people to the relentless pursuit of new discoveries, The Ottawa Hospital never stops seeking solutions to the most complex healthcare challenges. Find The Ottawa Hospital on: Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 LinkedIn: 🤍 Our website: 🤍 Discover the innovation taking place at The Ottawa Hospital Research Institute: 🤍 Support The Ottawa Hospital: 🤍
Shannen Doherty is opening up about her breast cancer journey. On Thursday, the 50-year-old actress — who revealed last year that her cancer had returned as stage 4 after previously entering remission in 2017 — gave her fans a raw look into her life by sharing images of what she called "my own personal journey from my first diagnosis to my second" in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Subscribe to People ►► 🤍 #ShannenDoherty #PEOPLE Catch up on the latest celebrity news, top stories and more: 🤍 PEOPLE goes behind-the-scenes with our cover stars for exclusive stories and in-depth interviews: 🤍 PEOPLE goes in-depth with your favorite stars and celebrities to bring you exclusive stories and features: 🤍 Go inside the homes of your favorite celebrities with exclusive house tours: 🤍 Get exclusive access into the biggest celebrity weddings. From the dresses and rings to dances and surprises, PEOPLE covers it all: 🤍 Watch as your favorite couples reveal the secrets to love and happiness in celebrity love stories: 🤍 Stay up to date with The Royal Family: 🤍 Watch kids interview your favorite celebrities with the most adorable questions you'll ever hear: 🤍 ABOUT PEOPLE PEOPLE remains the trusted authority at the center of pop culture. The PEOPLE brand features a unique mix of breaking entertainment news, exclusive photos, video, unparalleled access to the red carpet, celebrities, and in-depth reporting on the most compelling newsmakers of our time. CONNECT WITH PEOPLE Web: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Shannen Doherty Shares 'Truthful' Photos of Her Cancer Journey | PEOPLE 🤍
(5 Oct 2018) TV chef Sandra Lee is sharing her personal experience with breast cancer in a new HBO documentary. Her goal is to lead to early cancer detection with others. (Oct. 5) Subscribe for more Breaking News: 🤍 Website: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Google+: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 You can license this story through AP Archive: 🤍
Stunned when an annual mammogram delivered a diagnosis of breast cancer, Emmy-winning TV host and lifestyle expert Sandra Lee embarked on a challenging voyage through treatment and recovery, capturing the most intimate moments of her story. #HBO #HBODocs #RxEarlyDetection Subscribe to the HBO YouTube Channel: 🤍 Don’t have HBO? Order Now: 🤍 Learn more about Rx: Early Detection, A Cancer Journey with Sandra Lee: 🤍 Get More HBO: Get HBO GO: 🤍 Like on Facebook: 🤍 Follow on Twitter: 🤍 Like on Instagram: 🤍 Subscribe on Tumblr: 🤍 Official Site: 🤍
Homemaker Sheron Sng shared how her experience coping with her mother’s pancreatic cancer helped prepare her for her own fight – and how she overcame it in a year thanks to her family’s support. Subscribe to our channel here: 🤍 Subscribe to our news service on Telegram: 🤍 Follow us: CNA: 🤍 CNA Lifestyle: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍
Breast cancer survivor, Alison Berger, shares her breast cancer journey and the surprise her husband planned for her to celebrate her final cancer treatment. To learn more about breast cancer treatment at UH Seidman Cancer Center: 🤍
“The Home Edit" star Clea Shearer speaks with TODAY's Savannah Guthrie to share an update on her breast cancer treatment and announce The Clea Shearer Breast Cancer Research Fund, an initiative she hopes will save lives. “My scars feel like strength,” Shearer says. » Subscribe to TODAY: 🤍 » Watch the latest from TODAY: 🤍 About: TODAY brings you the latest headlines and expert tips on money, health and parenting. We wake up every morning to give you and your family all you need to start your day. If it matters to you, it matters to us. We are in the people business. Subscribe to our channel for exclusive TODAY archival footage & our original web series. Connect with TODAY Online! Visit TODAY's Website: 🤍 Find TODAY on Facebook: 🤍 Follow TODAY on Twitter: 🤍 Follow TODAY on Instagram: 🤍 #Cancer #HomeEdit #CleaShearer
Cara, age 30, discusses how her family history of breast cancer and Ashkenazi Jewish heritage inspired her proactive approach to her breast health, allowing her to find her breast cancer early when she was diagnosed at age 25. Comments on this video are allowed in accordance with our comment policy: 🤍 This video can also be viewed at 🤍
After four years of treatment for acute lymphoblastic leukemia, including a stem cell transplant, young Charlie is happy and healthy. Here, his parents and brothers reflect on how Charlie's cancer treatment affected the family. Read the rest of Charlie's story: 🤍 When Charlie began receiving care for acute lymphoblastic leukemia at Dana-Farber/Children's Hospital Cancer Center at age 4, his mother, Caroline, sent email updates to her family and friends. After a brief remission, Charlie's cancer came back, and he returned for more treatment, including a stem cell transplant. Caroline's reflections grew into a touching chronicle of four years in the life of a child with cancer.
Margarita Figueroa came to UVA for a second opinion on her breast cancer diagnosis. Her ability to advocate for her self and ask questions changed the course of her treatment. Not only did she discover new channels of support while at UVA, she found a new way to support others. MARGARITA MARTINEZ FIGUEROA: I went to get my first mammogram at the urging of my gynecologist. She was very insistent that I had a baseline mammogram and that's how I discovered other things after that. MAYA FIGUEROA: She had done a test and it had come up that she has breast cancer. It was the first stage breast cancer. NATHAN SWAMI: We were told that she may need to do surgery and so I next thought it would be more of a lumpectomy. But the doctor at that time gave us a lot of mixed signals. PATRICK DILLON: Margarita is a patient who chose to have a second opinion at the University of Virginia. ANNEKE SCHROEN: In Margarita's case, I believe the second opinion really changed the course of her treatment and how that was approached. In her case, based on what was happening in the breast, the best choice was a mastectomy. This was then combined with one of our plastic surgeons who performed an immediate flap reconstruction using some of her own tissue. When she went to the operating room, we were already able to perform a surgery directed at treating breast cancer as opposed to a surgery that could only help diagnose a breast cancer. MARGARITA MARTINEZ FIGUEROA: I had a mastectomy and reconstruction on the same day. PATRICK DILLON: So I think Margarita has a great attribute of being willing to ask questions. She's not afraid to ask what's going on and why are you recommending this treatment? And she was also willing to share some of her struggles, and so being willing to share what's going on both with your treatment and with your personal life I think improves the chances that we're going to be able to help you through a cancer journey. MARGARITA MARTINEZ FIGUEROA: Physically, the lowest point was when I came back from surgery and I couldn't do very much. But mentally, the lowest point was in the middle of radiation. Everything seemed to be just piling up, so it just felt too much. My body was already so tired and then all these things just kept piling up. MAYA FIGUEROA: So we would try to spend time with her, but at the same time we were also really worried about what would happen. J. KIM PENBERTHY: When I was working with Margarita, it became clear that she had a lot of anxiety about her symptoms and what might happen in the future. So we worked on strategies to help her reduce her anxiety. MARGARITA MARTINEZ FIGUEROA: Having techniques for when things are becoming too much, being overwhelmed, having ways to cope with that and not feeling down by everything that's happening. When I was first diagnosed, I looked for answers and support also from other friends who are survivors of breast cancer or other types of cancer just to have ideas on what things were going to be. And when I saw the opportunity on one of my appointments to Dr. Dillon to become a peer partner, I jumped into that right away because it felt like a natural way of volunteering. NATHAN SWAMI: I'm very proud of her doing this work, talking to cancer patients and having an opportunity to in some ways be the listener, be a counselor. The two things we always wanted to do and especially her, we all want to have an impact. And two, we always want to learn. She's learning through the experience of others. MAYA FIGUEROA: After the whole thing that happened with my mom, I've started to love her even more and really feel closer to her than ever. MARGARITA MARTINEZ FIGUEROA: Having cancer changes the way you see everything.
A breast cancer survivor says the transition from nurse to patient made her better at what she does
For years, cancer patients in the Intermountain West, have had to travel far distances, robbing them of the rest they desperately need during treatment. And for those that stay in hotels for weeks, their financial resources. But in 2015, patients and caregivers whose best whose best hope for effective treatment at one of Salt Lake City’s premier cancer treatment centers, will have a free place to stay. The American Cancer Society Hope Lodge in Salt Lake City will service the entire Intermountain West, offering cancer patients and their caregivers a free place to stay while undergoing critical cancer treatment. With 41 suites, this Hope Lodge location will help nearly 800 patients annually focus on getting well and beating cancer instead of worrying about where to stay or how to pay for lodging. #GIVEHOPEAHOME
While most people her age was schooling or working, Summer Ng was diagnosed with cervical cancer at 24 years old. Watch this video to find out how Summer's cancer journey was like before and after her diagnosis, and most importantly, how she found hope and support in her fight against cancer. We'd like to thank Summer for sharing her story and we'll continue to send her lots of love as she continues her cancer treatment. Find out more at 🤍 Subscribe to our e-newsletter to receive health tips in your mailbox: 🤍 Follow Farrer Park Hospital for more health and medical news: 👉 Website: 🤍farrerpark.com 👉 Facebook: 🤍 👉 Instagram: 🤍 👉 LinkedIn: 🤍 #farrerparkhospitalcancercare #cervicalcancer #cervicalcancertreatment
In 2007, Sandy Borrelli was diagnosed with Stage IV metastatic melanoma and was given only a six percent chance of living for five years. With help from UH Seidman Cancer Center, Sandy is beating the odds. For more on melanoma, visit 🤍
When Robert Wright was diagnosed with ductal prostate cancer, his doctors in his hometown nicknamed him “Mr. Ductal” because they had never seen this type of rare cancer. He decided to seek prostate cancer treatment at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, where his doctors were used to treating rare cancer types. Learn about MD Anderson’s Prostate Cancer Moon Shot: 🤍 Schedule an appointment at MD Anderson: 🤍 #endcancer
Dawn Mussallem was in medical school when she was diagnosed with stage 4 cancer. Treatment was successful but eventually, Dr. Mussallem, who works at Mayo Clinic in Florida, began experiencing heart failure. She had a defibrillator implanted and went through myriad procedures as she navigated her medical career. As her heart worsened, she was listed for a heart transplant. On Feb. 5, 2021, “the ultimate exchange” occurred – when Dr. Mussallem received a new heart. She shares her journey as a physician, mother, wife, daughter and 20 year cancer survivor turned heart transplant recipient.
Have you ever been in a doctor’s office and had them say, “Hmm, that is weird”? Or, “That is not a normal side effect of this medication, something else must be causing that problem”. Or, worse, “You are healthy, there is nothing wrong with you”, yet you know there is. In The Unspoken Truths of a Cancer Journey, Jennifer Cochran talks about this and other unspoken truths that patients and caregivers face when dealing with serious illness like cancer. After over a decade working with cancer survivors Jennifer became one herself. She was in the best shape of her life; she had this little problem of cancer. Coming to the conversation with a good foundation regarding current breast cancer treatments and surgical options, she felt prepared to take on her cancer. She was not prepared for the end of treatment not being the end of this journey. Surviving is just the beginning. Jennifer C. Cochran, LMT, CLT is the owner of Fitness Design Solutions, LLC where she works with cancer survivors to keep them moving during cancer treatment or help them get moving again when treatment is over. Getting curious about our new normal, what works and what does not is key to moving forward with confidence. Knowing when we face challenges, we can always try something different. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at 🤍
Melissa shares her breast cancer journey in an effort to promote breast cancer awareness for October.
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In her early 30s and with “a wonderful child, wonderful husband and a great career,” the last thing Dawn DeCook-Gibson expected was a breast cancer diagnosis. Following the initial shock of the news, Dawn sought out doctors at Mayo Clinic and was guided through her treatment and recovery by Donald Northfelt, M.D., her oncologist and Barbara Pockaj, M.D., her surgeon. In the following video, Dawn, of Chandler, Ariz., shares the story of her double mastectomy and her follow up care. Learn more about breast cancer care at Mayo Clinic: 🤍
Epithelioid sarcoma is a rare, slow-growing type of soft tissue cancer. Most cases begin under the skin of a finger, hand, forearm, lower leg or foot, though it can start in other areas of the body. Experts from Mayo Clinic Health System in Eau Claire, Wisconsin and the world-renowned Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, provided seamless, integrated care to epithelioid sarcoma patient Nick Saleum, who was only 26 years-old when diagnosed. Learn more about Nick’s cancer journey, his medical care team of oncologists, radiation oncologists and others – along with his passion for sharing his story to increase awareness of the disease. July is national Sarcoma Awareness Month. Learn more about Mayo Clinic and Epithelioid Sarcoma at: 🤍 SUBSCRIBE & HIT THE 🔔 🤍 Mayo Clinic Health System offers outstanding care close to home. Part of Mayo Clinic, we meet most of your health care needs locally. #cancercare #mayoclinichealthsystem #EauClaire Follow Mayo Clinic Health System on Facebook: 🤍 On Instagram at: 🤍 And also on Twitter: 🤍
Ovarian cancer is a type of cancer that begins in the ovaries and often goes undetected until it has spread within the pelvis and abdomen. Ovarian cancer can be difficult to treat and is, unfortunately, frequently fatal. However, there also are many stories of hope, survivorship and sisterhood. Experts from Mayo Clinic Health System and the world-renowned Mayo Clinic provided seamless, integrated care to stage 4 ovarian cancer patient Michelle Messer. Learn more about her cancer journey, her team of oncologists and an extra special “Graduation Day.” September is national Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month. #SistersInTeal Learn more about Mayo Clinic and Ovarian Cancer at: 🤍
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Every month, teenager Emma Johnson gets chemotherapy treatment at Infusion Services at Renown Children’s Hospital. In this BestMedicine video, Emma talks about when she found out she had cancer, goes through the routine of what her treatment entails, and the care she’s receiving from what she calls her “family” of nurses. Mary Jeppson, RN, also talks about her own journey in cancer nursing, and also confirms what’s apparent from Emma’s story: “She’s a rock star.”
Zachary K. Vaslow, MD, discusses brain cancer with a patient who shares their personal cancer story.
Although breast cancer is more likely in women over 40, special considerations in treatment are given to younger women diagnosed with the disease. Yvonne L. Ottaviano, MD, chief of medical oncology and director of breast oncology at MedStar Franklin Square Medical Center, discusses unique treatments for young women, such as fertility preservation. Learn more about Dr. Ottaviano: 🤍
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