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UH Seidman Cancer Center
 
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UH Seidman Cancer Center is the only freestanding cancer hospital in Northeast Ohio. http://www.UHseidman.org
Views: 2419 University Hospitals
"Whistleblower": Doctor gave chemotherapy to patients who didn't have cancer
 
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A Michigan office manager risked his career to expose a doctor who gave chemotherapy to patients who did not have cancer. “Whistleblower”, host Alex Ferrer talks to the former office manager who stepped forward to expose the man responsible. "Whistleblower" airs Friday night at 8/7 on CBS. Subscribe to the "CBS This Morning" Channel HERE: http://bit.ly/1Q0v2hE Watch "CBS This Morning" HERE: http://bit.ly/1T88yAR Watch the latest installment of "Note to Self," only on "CBS This Morning," HERE: http://cbsn.ws/1Sh8XlB Follow "CBS This Morning" on Instagram HERE: http://bit.ly/1Q7NGnY Like "CBS This Morning" on Facebook HERE: http://on.fb.me/1LhtdvI Follow "CBS This Morning" on Twitter HERE: http://bit.ly/1Xj5W3p Follow "CBS This Morning" on Google+ HERE: http://bit.ly/1SIM4I8 Get the latest news and best in original reporting from CBS News delivered to your inbox. Subscribe to newsletters HERE: http://cbsn.ws/1RqHw7T Get your news on the go! Download CBS News mobile apps HERE: http://cbsn.ws/1Xb1WC8 Get new episodes of shows you love across devices the next day, stream local news live, and watch full seasons of CBS fan favorites anytime, anywhere with CBS All Access. Try it free! http://bit.ly/1OQA29B Delivered by Norah O’Donnell and Gayle King, "CBS This Morning" offers a thoughtful, substantive and insightful source of news and information to a daily audience of 3 million viewers. The Emmy Award-winning broadcast presents a mix of daily news, coverage of developing stories of national and global significance, and interviews with leading figures in politics, business and entertainment. Check local listings for "CBS This Morning" broadcast times.
Views: 12509 CBS This Morning
University Hospitals Case Medical Center New Cancer Hospital
 
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UH Ireland Cancer Center, part of the National Cancer Institute-designated Case Comprehensive Cancer Center, one of only 40 such centers in the US, is dedicated to innovative therapies and promising research in the fight against cancer.
Views: 653 CWRU Medicine
Top 10 Best Cancer Hospitals in the World
 
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St James Hospital (Ireland Day 5)
 
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Starring: Tyrconnell 7 & Physio friends Date: 7 May 2015 Video by: ClementLiew
Views: 5948 Clement Liew Qiu Bo
Oncologic Surgery
 
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Julian Kim, MD, Chief, Oncologic Surgery, UH Seidman Cancer Center. http://www.UHseidman.org 1-866-UH4-CARE
Information on Breast Cancer - Irish Cancer Society
 
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A short video outlining the signs and symptoms of, and treatment for breast cancer. For more information on any aspects of this video please call a cancer information service nurse in confidence on 1800 200 700 or visit www.cancer.ie
Views: 1981 Irish Cancer Society
Irish Cancer Society Daffodil Centres
 
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The Irish Cancer Society Daffodil Centres offer support and information to cancer patients and their loved ones. Daffodil Centres are open in Galway University Hospital and Beaumont Hospital and further Centres will open from 2011 on in other hospitals around Ireland.
Empathy: The Human Connection to Patient Care
 
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Patient care is more than just healing -- it's building a connection that encompasses mind, body and soul. If you could stand in someone else's shoes . . . hear what they hear. See what they see. Feel what they feel. Would you treat them differently? CEO Toby Cosgrove, MD, shared this video, titled "Empathy," with the Cleveland Clinic staff during his 2012 State of the Clinic address on Feb. 27, 2013. ➨ Visit Cleveland Clinic: http://bit.ly/XlxDfr ➨ Visit Health Hub from Cleveland Clinic: http://bit.ly/VBQ3nW ➨ Subscribe to our YouTube Channel: http://bit.ly/W0bJ0y ➨ Like Cleveland Clinic on Facebook: http://on.fb.me/WMFkul ➨ Follow Cleveland Clinic on Twitter: http://bit.ly/Uua1Gs ➨ Follow Cleveland Clinic on Google+: http://bit.ly/136vcTe ➨ Follow Cleveland Clinic on Instagram: http://bit.ly/12gMABx ➨ Connect with Cleveland Clinic on LinkedIn: http://linkd.in/120XfNs ➨ Follow Cleveland Clinic on Pinterest: http://bit.ly/11QqS3A
Views: 4105622 Cleveland Clinic
Introduction to the Operating Theatre For Medical Students
 
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MMUH is a major surgical teaching and training hospital in Dublin as well as being one of Ireland's leading surgical centres in the fields of complex elective surgery, trauma and emergency surgery and adult cancer surgery. This video gives an overview of the role and etiquette for medical students attending in the operating theatre during their medical rotations at the Mater. The video is available in smaller segments also on this channel and is as well associated with a separate information piece by Dr Dominic Natin of the hospital's occupational health department. Click subscribe for further content notifications!
University Hospitals Cancer Hospital
 
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Curing Cancer Every Day with University Hospitals Ireland Cancer Center
Views: 100 CWRU Medicine
Irish Breast Cancer patients to benefit from vidscrips
 
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Vidscrip is an American patient engagement startup with offices in Minneapolis and Boston. Their digital health platform is widely deployed in the USA and also in use in the Netherlands, Australia and Ireland. Vidscrip offers a solution to the problem that patients forget 86% of the information they discuss with clinicians at point of care. Watch our video interview with John Brownlee, CEO of Vidscrip.com to learn more. Vidscrip's technology is used to engage patients in their own care by giving their doctors the opportunity to quickly and efficiently create short videos describing prescriptions, conditions, and therapies using the Vidscrip iPhone and iPad apps. These 'vidscrip' videos can be be watched on any mobile devices whenever and wherever patients wish. Oncology treatment regimens can be very complex. A lot of important information communicated between patients and healthcare providers, during such a stressful time for patients and with a limited timeframe for consultants, can be misunderstood or forgotton. The Vidscrip platform can help the patients to understand the complex information and easily share what they have been told by their doctors with their caregivers. Studies have shown that patients will have better health outcomes and care experiences if they are more engaged in their own care. Vidscrip, in conjunction with the All Ireland Cooperative Oncology Research Group (ICORG), The Digital Hub and the Health Innovation Hub has launched a pilot project on breast cancer sponsored by Roche Ireland. This project will see Irish experts in Dublin and Galway provide patients with vidscrips to educate them on their conditions. Vidscrip sees this collaboration as an opportunity for a reference site in Europe with the goal to open an office at The Digital Hub. For more information on Vidscrip please visit their website at: http://www.vidscrip.com and watch the above video interview with John Brownlee, CEO of Vidscrip.com - http://www.thedigitalhub.com
Views: 234 THEDIGITALHUB
The Patient Journey - Part 1
 
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This DVD is intended for patients and their families who have received a diagnosis of osophageal cancer. It is intended to inform them of the key elements in their treatment path. © 2009 Medical Illustration Unit, St. James Hospital, Dublin, Ireland.
Views: 3972 lollipopdayireland
President Clinton Tours Butaro Cancer Center in Rwanda
 
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The Butaro Cancer Center of Excellence - the first comprehensive cancer referral facility in rural East Africa -- is the result of a CGI commitment by the Jeff Gordon Children's Foundation and Partners in Health. Joined by Chelsea Clinton, Paul Farmer, Jeff Gordon, and Dr. Agnes Binagwaho, the Rwandan Minister of Health, President Clinton toured the new Center in Rwanda and met with patients and hospital staff.
Views: 2573 Clinton Foundation
Behind the Scenes: Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center's Molecular Pathology Lab
 
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Building on our rich history of innovation, genome scientists, bioinformaticians and molecular pathologists at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center have developed a targeted tumor sequencing test, MSK-IMPACT™ (Integrated Mutation Profiling of Actionable Cancer Targets), to detect gene mutations and other critical genetic aberrations in both rare and common cancers. The ultimate goal of the MSK-IMPACT™ test is to use clinical molecular laboratory testing to improve oncologists’ ability to treat people with solid cancers by giving them a better understanding of the genetic underpinnings of each patient’s illness.
Clinical Trials - a patient's experience
 
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Clinical Trails - a blood cancer patient's perspective on clinical trials and an overview of early clinical trials from the Director of Blood Cancer Network Ireland, Prof MichaelO'Dwyer
Ireland Cancer Center Benefit, Night 2; Part 32
 
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Mike Trivisonno Presents the Ireland Cancer Benefit for The Linda Trivisonno Endowment Fund. April 10th, 2010 at the Hilton Garden Inn in Twinsburg.
Views: 188 Newsradio WTAM
Irish Cancer Society announces funding for major new cancer research scholarships
 
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Researchers go ‘back to school’ in race to stop cancer As students begin a new school term this week, the Irish Cancer Society has today announced funding for two new major cancer research scholarships, all made possible through the public’s generous support. Researchers Dr Conor Murphy and John Daly have been awarded grants for their projects which will look at ways to treat cancer and survive and thrive after diagnosis. Based in NUI Galway, John’s research will search for a new, better way to treat multiple myeloma, a form of blood cancer. Each year in Ireland approximately 250 people are diagnosed with multiple myeloma and 170 people die from the disease. For a cancer patient, doctors use the patient’s Natural Killer (NK) cells to often destroy cancerous cells in the body, aiding recovery. However, for Multiple Myeloma patients, the cancerous cells are a lot harder to spot. This means that it’s a lot harder for NK cells to kill cancerous cells. John’s research aims to make the NK cells more powerful and effective in killing these multiple myeloma cells. He’ll aim to do this by changing the way in which these NK cells detect multiple myeloma cells, and making them more effective at killing these cancerous cells. The results of John’s project will give researchers more knowledge of how multiple myeloma cells interact with our immune systems, and has the potential to lead to clinical trials with patients. Based between UCD and St James’s Hospital, Dublin, Conor’s research will pioneer a personalised approach to dealing with the harsh effects of treatment which an oesophageal cancer patient can go through. Each year in Ireland almost 400 people are diagnosed with cancer of the oesophagus (gullet). Approximately 1,000 people in Ireland are currently living with, or have survived, this cancer. For many oesophageal cancer patients, their treatment will involve the removal of all or part of their oesophagus. Such surgery can have a huge impact on a survivor’s quality of life long after the cancer has gone. In particular, digestive problems can lead to unwanted weight loss. Conor plans to set up a research clinic in St James's to aid people living with and beyond oesophageal cancer. He anticipates that the clinic will have important benefits for those involved, both physically and emotionally, and can establish a structure for survivorship care that in future can be applied to care post-treatment for a range of cancers where similar problems can arise. John was born and raised in Limerick for 12 years before moving to Broadford, Co Clare, where he now resides. He completed his Leaving Certificate at St. Munchin's College, Limerick, and studied Biotechnology at NUI Galway, followed by a masters in research at the Apoptosis Research Centre at NUI Galway. Conor is a native of Galway, and a graduate of Coláiste Iognáid secondary school. He studied medicine in NUI Galway before moving to Dublin, spending one year as a medical intern in St. Vincent’s University Hospital, followed by a year as a Surgical SHO in St James’s Hospital. John and Conor were awarded their research grants from the Irish Cancer Society after a competitive and thorough application process, with proposals strenuously vetted and reviewed by an international, external panel of research professionals to ensure the very best research gets funded. The Irish Cancer Society will continue to monitor Conor and John’s progress throughout their four-year research projects, ensuring their research is carried out to world-class standards.
Ireland Cancer Center Benefit, Night 2; Part 2
 
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Mike Trivisonno Presents the Ireland Cancer Benefit for The Linda Trivisonno Endowment Fund. April 10th, 2010 at the Hilton Garden Inn in Twinsburg.
Views: 1564 Newsradio WTAM
Ireland Cancer Center Benefit, Night 2; Part 31
 
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Mike Trivisonno Presents the Ireland Cancer Benefit for The Linda Trivisonno Endowment Fund. April 10th, 2010 at the Hilton Garden Inn in Twinsburg.
Views: 193 Newsradio WTAM
UL Research leads to better outcomes for patients with bowel cancer - Prof Calvin Coffey
 
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Researchers at University of Limerick and University Hospital Limerick have identified several new genetic biomarkers which better predict outcomes for patients with bowel/colorectal cancer. The research team identified genes that are predictors of cancer recurrence and can also help to identify a patients’ suitability to specific types of chemotherapy. Professor J. Calvin Coffey Graduate Entry Medical School, UL and Colorectal Surgeon, University Hospital Limerick explains: “One of the key early events in the spread of cancer is its spread to involve the lymph glands that drain the colon. The identification of tumours that will spread to the glands is a key challenge for clinicians as these are the patients most likely to benefit from chemotherapy. The ability to avoid harmful chemotherapeutic side-effects is a clinical need that has yet to be met by the diagnostic tools available to clinicians. In Ireland colorectal cancer is the 3rd most common cancer with 2435 new cases diagnosed each year. This diagnostic instrument that we have developed, and this research in general, will impact on patients globally as we can now pin-point precisely patients who will develop spread to glands, and thus benefit from chemotherapy.” Find out more www.ul.ie/researchimpact
2017 Barbara Ireland Walk and Run for Breast Cancer
 
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This incredible experience is more than an investment in your personal health - you will also be supporting breast cancer programs in our local community. The facts are daunting and require action - a woman has a 1 in 8 chance of developing breast cancer during her lifetime. Approximately 2.8 million women in the United States have battled breast cancer and survived thanks to funding for research and supportive care programs. Join Barbara Ireland, her husband, John, and daughters on Saturday, March 11th for the 17th anniversary of the Barbara Ireland Walk and Run for Breast Cancer. Stay tuned for registration information! Follow us on Facebook for updates: @CancerCenterofSantaBarbara Sign up for our newsletter for email updates: http://www.ccsb.org/join-our-mailing-list
The Divison of Hematology & Oncology
 
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UH Ireland Cancer Center, part of the National Cancer Institute-designated Case Comprehensive Cancer Center, one of only 40 such centers in the U.S., is dedicated to innovative therapies and promising research in the fight against cancer. Learn more at CWRUmedicine.org
Views: 111 CWRU Medicine
KPMG Fundraising Initiative for the Irish Cancer Society Daffodil Centre
 
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KPMG wants to make a big difference to cancer patients and their loved ones by raising money to open a new Daffodil Centre at the Mater Hospital in Dublin. Irish Cancer Society Daffodil Centres provide support for all affected by cancer, and we hope you will help us raise our €125,000 target. Please share this video through your Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin or other social media profiles. Every time you share this video, you help us to raise awareness and vital funds for the new Daffodil Centre at the Mater Hospital, Dublin! Find out how you can make a difference: http://www.kpmg.ie/daffodilcentre Subscribe to KPMG in Ireland's YouTube channel at http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=KPMGinIreland
Views: 1260 KPMG Ireland
KPMG Fundraising Initiative for the Irish Cancer Society Daffodil Centre (75 Second Advert)
 
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KPMG wants to make a big difference to cancer patients and their loved ones by raising money to open a new Daffodil Centre at the Mater Hospital in Dublin. Irish Cancer Society Daffodil Centres provide support for all affected by cancer, and we hope you will help us raise our €125,000 target. Please share this video through your Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin or other social media profiles. Every time you share this video, you help us to raise awareness and vital funds for the new Daffodil Centre at the Mater Hospital, Dublin! Find out how you can make a difference: http://www.kpmg.ie/daffodilcentre
Views: 2112 KPMG Ireland
Ireland Cancer Center Benefit, Night 2: Part 1
 
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Mike Trivisonno Presents the Ireland Cancer Benefit for The Linda Trivisonno Endowment Fund. April 10th, 2010 at the Hilton Garden Inn in Twinsburg.
Views: 2021 Newsradio WTAM
Clare Butler - Irish Cancer Society Research Scholarship 2013
 
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Name: Clare Butler Grant Award: Irish Cancer Society Research Scholarship Location: Conway Institute, UCD, Dublin Mentor: Dr Breandán Kennedy Cancer type: Colorectal Cancer Scholarship Title: Development of Novel Isoquinolone Drugs for the Treatment of Colorectal Cancer. 'The opportunity to pursue a cancer research PhD would enable me to direct my education towards the development of therapeutics, a branch of oncology in which I am most interested'
Oncofocus at PAT KENNY SHOW Ireland "a revolutionary cancer test"
 
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Dublin 27 March 2017 Newstalk 106 - 108fm http://www.oncologica.com/oncofocus/ Talking about Oncofocus Test and target therapies at Pat Kenny Show. "a Revolutionary test can tailor the best therapy for cancer patients" Dr David Fennelly Oncologist at St Vincent’s Hospital and Blackrock clinic DUBLIN Prof Gareth H Williams MEDICAL DIRECTOR ONCOLOGICA
Views: 2312 Oncologica Lab
The Patient Journey - Part 2
 
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This DVD is intended for patients and their families who have received a diagnosis of osophageal cancer. It is intended to inform them of the key elements in their treatment path. © 2009 Medical Illustration Unit, St. James Hospital, Dublin, Ireland.
Views: 1811 lollipopdayireland
What childhood cancer treatment looks like: Vara's story
 
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A cure is always the goal. But the journey to remission, the treatment itself is unthinkably hard for families touched by childhood cancer. We need better cures, safer cures - and we can't get there soon enough for kids like Vara. Join the search for cures: http://www.blockoutcancer.org. Learn more about the nationally ranked cancer program at C.S. Mott Children's Hospital: http://www.mottchildren.org/cancer
Views: 5371 Michigan Medicine
Look Good... Feel Better
 
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Look Good... Feel Better helps patients deal with the appearance-related side effects of their cancer treatment and is available in 12 hospitals in Ireland. It is is run by the Irish Cancer Society in partnership with the cosmetics industry in Ireland. They hold free skincare and make-up workshops for women in each of the 12 hospitals. The workshops are given by fully qualified beauty consultants who volunteer their time. At the beginning of each workshop, every attendee is given a gift pack filled with 20 different products donated by major companies in the cosmetics industry. The beauty consultants take everyone through a specially designed step by step skincare and make-up regime. At the end of two hours of learning, fun and laughter ladies say they leave feeling relaxed, refreshed and with a renewed sense of confidence in their appearance. These free-of-charge workshops are non-medical, brand-neutral and do not interfere with the patients' treatment.
Views: 2944 EYVIreland
Irish Music by Blaggards for Cancer Patient at MD Anderson
 
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The University of Texas M. D. Anderson Cancer Center patients and caregivers received an early Saint Patricks Day treat with Houstons own Blaggards performance at the Rotary House March 2. Blaggards describe themselves as Stout Irish Rock meaning a mix of Celtic, rock, and rockabilly. M. D. Anderson Cancer Center regularly provides free entertainment for its patients and caregivers. To learn more, please visit: http://www.mdanderson.org/About_MDA/Events. More on Blaggards: http://blaggards.com/ Video by: Deborah E. Thomas
UPMC Whitfield 10th Anniversary Commemoration
 
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UPMC Whitfield Cancer Centre brings cutting-edge radiation therapy to residents of the Southeast region of Ireland. Patients and staff share their sentiments on the Cancer Centre's achievements and the clinical impact the facility has had on the community, patients, and employees.
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A Cancer Center Tribute to Our Local Oncology Nurses
 
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Local Santa Barbara Oncology nurses share what it is like to work with cancer patients. In these touching interviews of nurses from the Cancer Center of Santa Barbara and Cottage Hospital we get a glimpse into the world of oncology care and the very special people who devote their lives to caring for patients.
The Revolution in cancer treatment has begun. Targeted therapies and the Oncofocus DNA Cancer Test
 
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http://www.oncologica.com/oncofocus/ Oncofocus Cancer Test and targeted therapies: an interesting discussion with Dr David Fennelly (Oncologist), Dr Joe Gilvarry (General Practitioner), Prof Gareth H Williams (Oncologica® Ltd Medical Director), Dr Marco Loddo (Oncologica® Ltd Scientific Director) and Kitty Williams (Oncologica® Ltd Senior Commercial Manager). Chemotherapy is no longer the only option against cancer, there are now more than 600 targeted therapies available to treat solid tumours. Targeted therapies are the cornerstone of personalized medicine, a form of medicine that uses information about a person’s DNA profile to treat cancer. The Oncofocus test can identify new treatment options in 85% of patients who have supposedly exhausted standard treatments protocols.
Views: 13834 Oncologica Lab
I had cancer while pregnant and was fully treated in Ireland. No-one in my situation needs abortion
 
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"I had cancer while pregnant in 2013. I received all the treatment I needed in Ireland including radiotherapy and chemotherapy without any hesitation from my doctors. Amnesty International are incorrect when they falsely claim that women with cancer in pregnancy are being denied treatment here, and are forced to travel because of Ireland's ban on abortion. This is simply not true." Irish women receive all treatment necessary for cancer, whether they are pregnant or not, and have always done so. Audrey McElligott is one such woman who received world-class cancer treatment in Ireland during her pregnancy. Doctors knew that Ireland’s abortion ban did not restrict them in treating Audrey and in also caring for her baby. Abortion is not needed to treat cancer or any other condition arising in pregnancy. Abortion campaigners, including Amnesty International, are telling women that they can’t access medical treatment for cancer because of Ireland’s abortion laws. This is untrue. As confirmed in recent official Parliamentary hearings*, pregnant women with cancer or other life-threatening conditions are never denied life-saving treatment in Ireland because of our pro-life constitutional clause. * References 1. Recent Oireachtas Committee hearing heard from leading experts stated that that a) They were not aware of any woman who had been denied life-saving treatment because of Ireland’s ban on abortion and b) They were not aware of any instance where a woman had been denied a termination of pregnancy in order to save her life (where the baby is delivered to save the mother’s life and the doctor also tries to save the baby). Ob/Gyns also confirmed at later hearings that cancer can be treated in the pregnant patient without recourse to abortion. http://www.oireachtas.ie/parliament/media/committees/healthandchildren/Volume1.pdf http://www.the42.ie/live-video-oireachtas-committee-hearings-abortion-744979-Jan2013/?r_dir_d=1 who 2. A recent International Symposium on Maternal Healthcare held in Dublin heard that pregnant women who develop cancer do not have to abort their baby, delay their own treatment or give birth prematurely as chemotherapy does not harm the child. http://www.symposiummaternalhealth.com/speaker/frederic-amant-md-phd/ 3. An All-Party Oireachtas Committee report issued in 2000 found that: "In Ireland there is no medical evidence to suggest that clinicians do not treat women with cancer or other illnesses on the grounds that the treatment would damage the unborn child". http://www.constitution.ie/reports/5th-Report-Abortion.pdf 4. The Ethical Guidelines of the Medical Council state that ‘should a child in utero suffer or lose its life as a side effect of standard medical treatment of the mother, then this is not unethical.’ These guidelines also state that ‘refusal by a doctor to treat a woman with a serious illness because she is pregnant would be grounds for complaint and could be considered to be professional misconduct This video is part of our project "Abortion is not Healthcare. Real Healthcare saves Lives" and more information is available on our website here: http://www.thelifeinstitute.net/current-projects/abortion-is-not-healthcare/
Views: 58175 LifeInstitute
Intro to Yoga for Cancer Patients | Roswell Park Patient Education
 
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Learn relaxation techniques and how yoga can be beneficial for cancer patients, straight from a cancer survivor. Presented by Roswell Park’s Patient Education Department.
2011 Linda Trivisonno Benefit P1
 
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Night One of the 2011 Linda Trivisonno Benefit Concert for the University Hospitals Ireland Cancer Center at the Hilton Garden Inn in Twinsburg.
Views: 3626 Newsradio WTAM
The Patient Journey - Part 3
 
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This DVD is intended for patients and their families who have received a diagnosis of osophageal cancer. It is intended to inform them of the key elements in their treatment path. © 2009 Medical Illustration Unit, St. James Hospital, Dublin, Ireland.
Views: 1219 lollipopdayireland
Clinical history taking (with patient example)
 
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Senior Lecturer Gemma Hurley uses a mock patient to take you through the principles of obtaining a clinical history for www.NurseLedClinics.com.
Views: 340143 Nurseledclinics
Ireland Cancer Center Benefit, Night 2; Part 24
 
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Mike Trivisonno Presents the Ireland Cancer Benefit for The Linda Trivisonno Endowment Fund. April 10th, 2010 at the Hilton Garden Inn in Twinsburg.
Views: 153 Newsradio WTAM
Vicky Phelan on finding out her cancer was terminal | The Ray D'Arcy Show | RTÉ One
 
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The incredibly brave Vicky Phelan tells Ray about the moment she found out her cancer was terminal. Watch The Ray D’Arcy Show live and on-demand from anywhere in the world at http://www.rte.ie/player The Ray D’Arcy Show | Saturday | RTÉ One, After the Main Evening News
Thoughtfulness: Senator and Professor John Crown at TEDxUCD
 
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Senator and Professor John Crown is a Professor and consultant medical oncologist at St. Vincent's University Hospital, Dublin and is a Senator in Seanad Éireann (Irish Senate). In his TEDxUCD talk John talks about the need to encourage Thoughtfulness and critical faculties in society. In his TEDxUCD talks he outlines why it is so important to encourage people to develop the skill set which enables them to totally suspend those prejudices which have come to them by virtue of tribe, by virtue of religion, by way of national identity etc. Part of this process he believes is understanding that science is not just something that scientists do, any more than arithmetic is something mathematicians do. John believes that all people need to understand science. They need to learn how to use science, and how to apply the scientific method to non-classical scientific problems. If people can learn this everyday of their educational lives, they may be able to apply these skills over their entire lives. Speaker Profile Professor John Crown received his medical training at University College Dublin and the State University of New York, and undertook his postdoctoral training on both sides of the Atlantic. Professor Crown founded the Clinical Trials Unit at St. Vincent's University Hospital which has developed an international leadership role in oncology trials. In 1996, John helped found the Irish Clinical Oncology Research Group (ICORG), a not-for-profit registered charity. Today ICORG includes 95% of cancer-treating professionals in Ireland and has allowed access to research treatments for more than 7,500 Irish cancer patients. In June 2009, Professor Crown was awarded €5.6 million funding from the Irish Government, through Science Foundation Ireland, for the establishment of a new Strategic Research Cluster entitled Molecular Therapeutics for Cancer Ireland (MTCI). MTCI is a multi-institutional, translationally-focused, cancer research group that will significantly benefit cancer patients in Ireland. In April 2011, John was successfully elected as an Independent Senator to Seanad Éireann. In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations)
Views: 2321 TEDx Talks
2011 Linda Trivisonno Benefit P2
 
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Night One of the 2011 Linda Trivisonno Benefit Concert for the University Hospitals Ireland Cancer Center at the Hilton Garden Inn in Twinsburg.
Views: 1853 Newsradio WTAM
Working Together For Patients: Dina’s Patient Story | Bristol-Myers Squibb
 
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At Bristol-Myers Squibb, patients are at the center of everything we do. When employees are asked what motivates them, the answer is always the same: we work together for patients. When Dina was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer, she didn’t go into fight mode right away. Then her doctor recommended a Bristol-Myers Squibb clinical trial. Her appreciation for those who supported her along her journey is matched only by her appreciation for every one of life’s milestones.
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Why We Care - Cancer Center of Santa Barbara
 
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Caring for our patients is a privilege. At the Cancer Center of Santa Barbara our first step is to develop the best care plan for patients. Patients like Emilee Garfield are given a wide range of support services in addition to top level oncology care, integrating a wide spectrum of support for patients to fight their illness on multiple fronts. The Cancer Center is founded on the belief that a holistic approach to treating illness benefits patients. Its programs are designed to address all the social, psychological, financial and emotional issues that often overwhelm those with dealing with cancer. To learn more visit ccsb.org.
What Happens When You Donate Your Hair?
 
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We followed a hair donation through the Wigs For Kids process to find out. Wigs for Kids is an organization that has been building self-esteem in children for over 35 years by providing handmade hairpieces at no cost to the children’s families. They rely on the hair donations and financial support of people like you. To learn more or get involved, please visit http://www.wigsforkids.org Check out BuzzFeed's new Cute or Not app: http://get.buzzfeed.com/cuteornot/ Check out more awesome BuzzFeedYellow videos! http://bit.ly/YTbuzzfeedyellow MUSIC She Sees Me Big Sky Licensed via Warner Chappell Production Music Inc. STARRING Hannah, Bridget, and the Wigs For Kids team Manufacturing Film Footage courtesy of Wigs For Kids. Used with Permission GET MORE BUZZFEED: www.buzzfeed.com www.buzzfeed.com/video www.youtube.com/buzzfeed www.youtube.com/buzzfeedvideo www.youtube.com/buzzfeedyellow www.youtube.com/buzzfeedblue www.youtube.com/buzzfeedpop www.youtube.com/cnnbuzzfeed BUZZFEED YELLOW Tasty short, fun, inspiring, funny, interesting videos from BuzzFeed. From hilarious social segments to amazing how-to's and DIYs, BuzzFeed Yellow will entertain, educate, spark conversation about all the little things that matter in life. Just like BuzzFeedVideo, but more yellow.
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Ireland Cancer Center Benefit, Night 2; Part 19
 
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Mike Trivisonno Presents the Ireland Cancer Benefit for The Linda Trivisonno Endowment Fund. April 10th, 2010 at the Hilton Garden Inn in Twinsburg.
Views: 151 Newsradio WTAM
Lab companies Quest and CPL face lawsuits in Ireland over missed cervical cancer diagnoses
 
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Two American lab companies, Quest Diagnostics and Clinical Pathology Laboratories, have processed cervical cancer screenings for women in Ireland. But a government review in 2014 found the labs mistakenly cleared more than 200 women there who were later diagnosed with cervical cancer. CBS News' Roxana Saberi spoke with two women who received settlements. Subscribe to the "CBS Evening News" Channel HERE: http://bit.ly/1S7Dhik Watch Full Episodes of the "CBS Evening News" HERE: http://cbsn.ws/23XekKA Watch the latest installment of "On the Road," only on the "CBS Evening News," HERE: http://cbsn.ws/23XwqMH Follow "CBS Evening News" on Instagram: http://bit.ly/1T8icTO Like "CBS Evening News" on Facebook HERE: http://on.fb.me/1KxYobb Follow the "CBS Evening News" on Twitter HERE: http://bit.ly/1O3dTTe Follow the "CBS Evening News" on Google+ HERE: http://bit.ly/1Qs0aam Get your news on the go! Download CBS News mobile apps HERE: http://cbsn.ws/1Xb1WC8 Get new episodes of shows you love across devices the next day, stream local news live, and watch full seasons of CBS fan favorites anytime, anywhere with CBS All Access. Try it free! http://bit.ly/1OQA29B --- The "CBS Evening News" premiered as a half-hour broadcast on Sept. 2, 1963. Check local listings for CBS Evening News broadcast times.
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