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University of Cincinnati Women's Cancer Center
 
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University of Cincinnati Women's Cancer Center
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Ride Cincinnati
 
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Ride Cincinnati , annual bike ride to raise money for Breast Cancer Research at the UC Barrett Cancer Center.
Rooms That Rock 4 Chemo
 
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CINCINNATI (Sheila Gray) -- Local cancer patients are getting some new support in the fight against the disease. Volunteers are pitching in to improve the surroundings at UC's Barrett Cancer Center. Karen Sacksteder, a breast cancer survivor, said, "I think once you've been touched by cancer, it's very important if you can give back. It heals me if I can help you." Karen Sacksteder and both of her sisters fought breast cancer and beat it with help from UC's Barrett Cancer Center. Now the interior designer is paying it forward by helping an important project there: transforming the chemotherapy center. It's the first Cincinnati project by Rooms That Rock-4-Chemo. Photos give you an idea of just how beautiful and tranquil these rooms can look. And doctors say improving the physical environment can affect a patient's healing process in a positive way. Dr. Kevin Redmond of the UC Health Center said, "These treatments, while they're necessary, can be very difficult for the patient. So anything you can do to make the patient feel better, to look more forward to coming in to complete treatment, is monumentally helpful." All aspects of the design work to transform these rooms will be done by volunteers, but donations are needed for things like the flooring, furniture, infusion pumps, and infusion chairs for the chemotherapy. Karen can't wait to see her design work helping other cancer patients fighting to survive. She tells us, "I want them to feel that you're going to be taken care of, that people care, and just inspire them to get better." While the beautiful rooms won't cure cancer, they are sure to make the treatment experience more peaceful for the patients who have to use them. Follow Sheila Gray on Twitter @SheilaGrayTV and LIKE her on Facebook
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4K Video of the 2018 Ride Cincinnati Event
 
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4K Video of the 2018 Ride Cincinnati Event A community of riders, virtual riders and volunteers each making a commitment to defeat cancer. Ride Cincinnati is more than just a bike ride – it’s a place of hope, optimism, determination and change. 100% of every rider-raised dollar goes directly toward life-saving cancer research at the University of Cincinnati’s Barrett Cancer Center. Our objective is to become the leading grassroots organization funding cancer research in Greater Cincinnati. The Barrett Cancer Center and like-minded partners are cultivating a collaborative environment focused on the causes, prevention, treatment, outcomes and survivorship of cancer. Together we aim to make Cincinnati the smartest city in the world for cancer research, education and care. A critical means to that end is a cancer care center designated by the National Cancer Institute (NCI). The game-changing NCI designation will transform our efforts and give our loved ones world-class cancer care right here at home. Ride Cincinnati is a unique experience with the purpose of funding cancer research. Ride Cincinnati dollars support clinical trials, provide seed funding for novel ideas, and enable large studies that can track and understand the health of Cincinnatians.
2011 Ride Cincinnati
 
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Here is a quick video overview from the 2011 Ride Cincinnati, a cycling event that raises money for breast cancer research at the Barrett Cancer Center in Cincinnati.
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Cyclists raise money for breast cancer research at annual Ride Cincinnati event
 
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Since 2007, Ride Cincinnati has raised $2 million to support breast cancer research at the Barrett Cancer Center. This year, 2,000 cyclist rode through the Tri-State to raise more than $300,000. Subscribe to WLWT on YouTube now for more: http://bit.ly/1ipUX3c Get more Cincinnati news: http://www.wlwt.com/ Like us: http://www.facebook.com/wlwt5 Follow us: http://twitter.com/WLWT Google+: http://plus.google.com/+wlwt
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2018 Ride Cincinnati in 4K
 
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2018 Ride Cincinnati in 4K A community of riders, virtual riders and volunteers each making a commitment to defeat cancer. Ride Cincinnati is more than just a bike ride – it’s a place of hope, optimism, determination and change. 100% of every rider-raised dollar goes directly toward life-saving cancer research at the University of Cincinnati’s Barrett Cancer Center. Our objective is to become the leading grassroots organization funding cancer research in Greater Cincinnati. The Barrett Cancer Center and like-minded partners are cultivating a collaborative environment focused on the causes, prevention, treatment, outcomes and survivorship of cancer. Together we aim to make Cincinnati the smartest city in the world for cancer research, education and care. A critical means to that end is a cancer care center designated by the National Cancer Institute (NCI). The game-changing NCI designation will transform our efforts and give our loved ones world-class cancer care right here at home. Ride Cincinnati is a unique experience with the purpose of funding cancer research. Ride Cincinnati dollars support clinical trials, provide seed funding for novel ideas, and enable large studies that can track and understand the health of Cincinnatians.
Person of interest identified in Katelyn Markham homicide
 
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22-year-old art student disappeared from her Fairfield home in August 2011 Subscribe to WLWT on YouTube now for more: http://bit.ly/1ipUX3c Get more Cincinnati news: http://wlwt.com Like us: http://facebook.com/wlwt5 Follow us: http://twitter.com/WLWT Google+: https://plus.google.com/+wlwt
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Ride Cincinnati expands mission, adds 100-mile event
 
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Ride Cincinnati, now in its 11th year, is a fundraiser supporting cancer research at the Barrett Cancer Center at the University of Cincinnati. This year, the event is expanding beyond breast cancer to raise funds for all cancer research at the Barrett Center. Also new this year is a 100-mile ride. Since it began, Ride Cincinnati has raised $2.5 million to help fund more than 34 research grants.
University of Cincinnati Academic Health Center
 
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The University of Cincinnati Academic Health Center is a healthcare center in Cincinnati, Ohio, and a major source of education, medical care, and research in Greater Cincinnati training health care professionals and providing research and patient care. The Academic Health Center consists of multiple University of Cincinnati colleges that are listed below, Hoxworth Blood Center, UC Barrett Cancer Institute, and the programs and institutes at the Reading Campus. The AHC also has strong ties to UC Health, which includes the University of Cincinnati Medical Center, West Chester Hospital, and University of Cincinnati Physicians. The academic health center concept originated with physician Daniel Drake, who founded the Medical College of Ohio, the precursor to the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, in 1819. This video is targeted to blind users. Attribution: Article text available under CC-BY-SA Creative Commons image source in video
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UC Cancer Institute creating welcoming environment for patients
 
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The UC Cancer Institute wants to create a more welcoming environment for cancer care, and make Cincinnati the "go-to" facility for patients to receive treatment. The institute will collaborate with "Rooms that Rock" to create treatment rooms that ar
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7th annual Ride Cincinnati event kicked off Saturday
 
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More than 2,000 participants biked to raise money in support of cancer research. Subscribe to WLWT on YouTube now for more: http://bit.ly/1ipUX3c Get more Cincinnati news: http://www.wlwt.com/ Like us: http://www.facebook.com/wlwt5 Follow us: http://twitter.com/WLWT Google+: http://plus.google.com/+wlwt
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Pelvic Organ Prolapse - Juan Reina, MD
 
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Dr. Juan Reina, OB/Gyn at West Chester Hospital, discusses Pelvic Organ Prolapse at a free community seminar held at the hospital.
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Hundreds ride at Bike Cincinnati for breast cancer research
 
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Rides and walk have raised more than $9 since inception. Subscribe to WLWT on YouTube now for more: http://bit.ly/1ipUX3c Get more Cincinnati news: http://www.wlwt.com/ Like us: http://www.facebook.com/wlwt5 Follow us: http://twitter.com/WLWT Google+: http://plus.google.com/+wlwt
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Medical Edge: UC Health offering free head and neck screenings
 
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CINCINNATI (Liz Bonis) -- Surgeons at UC Health are offering free screenings in April for head and neck cancer. One person supporting them is the University of Cincinnati Associate Band Director. He says if you have concerns about this cancer it may be time to face the music so to speak.He always did sort of march to the beat of his own drum, you might say, but this year Jody Besse says timing, or maybe the time it takes to teach, direct and lead this college band, has taken on new meaning.You learn to appreciate all the time that you have and use the time wisely, said Besse.That lesson got reinforced this year after he was diagnosed with Stage 4 head and neck cancer. Treatment worked, but he knows he is one of the lucky ones. He found a lump which got him in to the doctors office just in time.After radiation and chemotherapy, tests now show no signs of cancer anymore.One of the main concerns about head and neck cancer is that, often prior to a lump, there are no symptoms.Besse says what people don't realize is that there are certain habits throughout life that can influence or that can raise your risk for this cancer, and if they have been part of your life, it might be recommended that you get early screening. Those may include drinking, smoking and especially if you used chewing tobacco.When you see someone who's been chewing tobacco, their cancers just keep coming, said head and neck Surgeon Dr. Keith Wilson. You cut em out and they keep coming back.Dr. Keith Wilson says in addition to these common causes however, there are new concerns over the growing number of head and neck cancers not connected to these traditional risks.The cause of those cancers is the human papilloma virus or HPV, said Dr. Wilson.So here's what this team wants you to know, we all might benefit from a trip to the doctor to ask about early head and neck cancer detection and for Jody Besse we all might benefit from what he's learned too.[It] might be more important to work with my daughter and her piano lessons and my son with his drum lessons and things like that, said Besse. Just appreciating life more.You can attend these free screenings next Thursday, April 16. They are free at the Barrett Center, but you do need to pre-register. For details call 513-475-8400. The screenings run 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.Follow Liz Bonis on Twitter @lbonis1, and LIKE her on Facebook.Follow us on Twitter @Local12 and LIKE us on Facebook for updates!
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KrogerEventTV7PromoFeb10.wmv
 
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Celebrating Black History Month at Kroger Super Store, Englewood, OH, noted children's book author and teacher, Marcella Barrett, Book reading and Book Signing Event, Feb. 15, 2010. "And The Tree Cried Out" only available at www.BarrettBooksDayton.com
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College referee wins battle against cancer
 
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CINCINNATI (Larry Davis) -- He never smoked a day in his life, but a long-time college football referee found himself battling throat cancer. Bobby Ables lost his voice, but he now has it back thanks to doctors at UC Health and the Barret Cancer Center. This ref and the doctors teamed up to toss a flag and throw cancer out of the game.Over the years, Bobby Ables has officiated some big college football games. The 2008 Ohio State/LSU National Championship game and last fall's big Ole Miss upset of Alabama are among them. He's discussed penalties with big name coaches like Alabama's Nick Saban. But on Monday, Ables, his wife and granddaughter returned to the UC Medical Center to say thanks to the doctors who gave him a voice in the fight against cancer."I live every day, wake up and feel blessed, said Ables.Diagnosed with throat cancer four years ago, the Arkansas resident elected to come to Cincinnati and UC Health for treatment."It was life or death, said Ables. I either go to a good place, have that done I cant speak highly enough of them.Bobby Ables has officiated some 500 football games in his career. He's spent the past 15 years as a division one field judge. Despite cancer, he has his voice back, thanks to local doctors.Since radiation did not work on his stage one cancer, doctors performed a laryngectomy, removing his voice box.All the structures are removed in their entirety, said Dr. Yash Patil. Then you take the trachea, and that is sewn to the skin, and so he is breathing only through his trachea.Ear, nose and throat doctor Yash Patil says that resulted in Ables being fitted with a voice prosthesis, allowing him to speak."He wears what's called a hands-free prosthesis, said Dr. Patil. It automatically senses when he is trying to speak and it shuts off that one-way valve and lets him speak."Most of the guys I work with, a lot of them dont even know that I breathe out of my neck, said Ables. They think everything is okay.Bobby Ables says a lot of people think he's just hoarse. Little do they know the battle he's waged to win the battle against cancer."I did not want this cancer to define who I am, said Ables. That in itself was my motivation" Bobby Ables never missed a game during his cancer fight. In addition, he even shot a hole-in-one three weeks after the operation.Follow Larry Davis on Twitter @larrydaviswkrc, and LIKE him on Facebook.Follow us on Twitter @Local12 and LIKE us on Facebook for updates!
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Ride Cincinnati benefits breast cancer research
 
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Ride is Sunday, June 12. More info here. Subscribe to WLWT on YouTube now for more: http://bit.ly/1ipUX3c Get more Cincinnati news: http://www.wlwt.com/ Like us: http://www.facebook.com/wlwt5 Follow us: http://twitter.com/WLWT Google+: http://plus.google.com/+wlwt
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What skin protection factor should you wear?
 
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Is factor 15 sunscreen enough? Is factor 50 too much? Dr. Brett Coldiron of the Skin Cancer Center in Cincinnati, Ohio shares a quick tip on what factor sunscreen to use. ABOUT Dr. Brett Coldiron and his team of board-certified physicians at the Skin Cancer Center have treated over 50,000 skin cancers since the Center opened in 1992. The Skin Cancer Center is the only Joint Commission accredited Mohs Micrographic Surgery facility in Ohio. Voted “Top Doctors in Cincinnati” for 16 years in a row, the experts at the Skin Cancer Center guide patients through each stage of their treatment and help take the fight out of skin cancer so you can get back to being you! Visit us at www.skincancercenter.net.
2012 Ride Cincinnati
 
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The sixth annual Ride Cincinnati was held on Sunday, June 10 with some 2,000 cyclists participating to raise more than $240,000 for breast cancer research at The Barrett Center.
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Unexpected Journey depicts cancer battle through music
 
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A group of musicians will perform an original jazz composition to raise money for the Barrett Cancer Center at the UC Medical Center. "Unexpected Journey" will be performed at four Sunday afternoon at the Redmoor on Mt. Lookout Square. Subscribe to WLWT on YouTube now for more: http://bit.ly/1ipUX3c Get more Cincinnati news: http://www.wlwt.com/ Like us: http://www.facebook.com/wlwt5 Follow us: http://twitter.com/WLWT Google+: http://plus.google.com/+wlwt
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2016 Western & Southern Open Player Field Announcement
 
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ESPN's Chris Fowler hosted the 2016 Western & Southern Open Player Field Announcement at the Anderson Pavilion at Smale Riverfront Park. The Western & Southern Open will be held August 13-21, 2016, at the Lindner Family Tennis Center, 20 miles north of Cincinnati in Mason, Ohio. The tournament is one of the prestigious ATP Masters 1000 events on the men's tour and a Premier 5 event for the Women's Tennis Association (WTA), making it one of only five events in the world outside of the grand slams with events of that caliber occurring during the same week at the same venue. More than 67 million people watch the event worldwide. The tournament is also one of the last stops on the Emirates Airline US Open Series before the US Open in New York. Since 1974, the tournament has contributed more than $9 million directly to its beneficiaries: Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, the Barrett Cancer Center and Tennis for City Youth.
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House of Hope feeds the hungry with Thanksgiving meal
 
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CINCINNATI (WKRC) -- A church does its part to feed the hungry this Thanksgiving. House of Hope held its Thanksgiving meal in Winton Hills on Saturday. The fellowship church fed more than 300 people on Saturday afternoon. This was the third year for the event. "It gets bigger and bigger every year,‚ said Pastor Nick Burnett. ‚“This is just awesome because what we're doing‚ we just witnessing the love of God to the people of God." House of Hope will begin its annual Thanksgiving Fest in the West End at its church on Linn Street on Sunday. A holiday meal will be served from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. following church services. Follow us on Twitter @Local12 and LIKE us on Facebook for updates!
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Head and Neck Cancer: Local education and support group open to patients & family
 
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CINCINNATI (WKRC) - A local man who spends time between Ohio and DC said he was staying in Ohio during the busy week in Washington. But that didn't mean he didn't have an important message to share. He had quite a story of cancer survival. Every month a special group meets at the Barrett Cancer Center at UC Health to share support for those living with a kind of cancer that can impact everything from how people talk to how they look. Recently the group got a new member who might have otherwise been in Washington DC. His story, and others who were with him, will inspire people to not take for granted anything people want to say. For eight months Chris Colwell was fighting to raise awareness of a kind of cancer he said many people heard very little about, "When I told people I had head and neck cancer, the responses I got were, 'I didn't know you could have oral cancer.'" Now, along with this team of survivors, social workers, physicians and caregivers, Chris wants to take the battle not just to Capitol Hill, but to any hill that will listen. The money would help raise awareness of the cancer and help learn new ways to prevent it. Dr. Yash Patil, head and neck cancer surgeon, said, "There are actually some cancers of the head and neck that are on the increase. And we don't know why that is, the human papillomavirus is very related to these cancers and we hope that the vaccination policy in this country will have a change in this rise." The next group will happen Thursday evening, January 19, at 6 p.m. if people would like to attend.
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Endometrical Cancer - Heather Pulaski, MD
 
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Presentation from a health seminar at West Chester Hospital
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Ohio State's Tuf Borland visits James Cancer Hospital - ELEVENWARRIORS.COM
 
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Redshirt freshman linebacker Tuf Borland was one of six Ohio State players to visit the James Cancer Hospital on Monday. More Ohio State coverage: https://www.elevenwarriors.com
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National Gospel Conference kicks off with a concert
 
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CINCINNATI (WKRC) - The sound of gospel music will take over Cincinnati during the National Gospel Conference this weekend. The annual conference kicks off with the Tasha Cobbs and Friends gospel concert. One of those friends Morris Mingo shared details of the event and sang a song.
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Cancer Support Community Greater Cincinnati-Northern Kentucky - Take on Cancer Together
 
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If you or someone you know is living with a cancer diagnosis, Cancer Support Community Greater Cincinnati-Northern Kentucky is here to empower you with strength and knowledge and to ease concerns you may have. We offer a compassionate community of support with a personal approach, grounded in decades of research—and free of charge. Treating cancer is about more than getting the best medical treatment. It is about getting support for you and any of your loved ones impacted by cancer. Let's Take on Cancer Together.
Cancer Support Community Greater Cincinnati-Northern KY (formerly The Wellness Community)
 
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Welcome to Cancer Support Community Greater Cincinnati-Northern Kentucky -- a non-profit organization providing professionally-facilitated programs of SUPPORT, EDUCATION, and HOPE to people with cancer, their families and loved ones, and cancer survivors... all completely FREE of charge.
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Thousands get on bikes to raise money for breast cancer research
 
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Ride Cincinnati is at Yeatman's Cove on Sunday. Subscribe to WLWT on YouTube now for more: http://bit.ly/1ipUX3c Get more Cincinnati news: http://www.wlwt.com/ Like us: http://www.facebook.com/wlwt5 Follow us: http://twitter.com/WLWT Google+: http://plus.google.com/+wlwt
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Ask the Expert: What's a duel chemo dose?
 
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CINCINNATI (Liz Bonis) -- A new report said many women with ovarian cancer weren't getting the best treatment to up the odds of survival. When Local 12 News first reported on Debbie Walter, an ovarian cancer survivor, she was back to playing tennis and back to her mission of sharing her journey with other women. I just want to get out there and share that awareness of ovarian cancer, said Debbie. Debbie initially had surgery and the right kind of chemotherapy to give her the best odds of survival, I started chemo as soon as I was healed from my surgery. But a new report released by the Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center found many women don't. Doctor Jim Pavelka, a gynecological oncologist, said the report referred to what was called dual dose chemotherapy. As part of the dual dose approach patients got one dose through an IV and the second was given into the abdomen, or the peritoneal cavity. While this does have some serious side effects researchers also found it upped the odds of survival. The three year survival rate was 81 percent, a10 point jump compared to some other therapies. But they also found in six major medical centers that only four out of 10, 41 percent, actually got it. Dr. Pavelka said, There were some of the medical centers represented, where three percent got it, up to 67 percent; so even when there are places that treat cancer exclusively, theres significant disagreement as to what the best way is. When asked why that was Dr. Pavelka said, I think the reluctance on many peoples part is that it requires special equipment, special training and a real will to face some of the greater side effects, to get the better outcomes. Pavelka brought up the point that Debbie got the right treatment by getting to the right care team, Frankly, most people who get treated for ovarian cancer don't even see a gynecological oncologist and we are really the only ones that do this kind of treatment. Debbie is part of the Ovarian Cancer Alliance in the Tri-State. They have a walk and several events coming up in September 2015, to raise money for this kind of research. CLICK HERE to submit health questions to TriHealth. Follow Liz Bonis on Twitter @lbonis1, and LIKE her on Facebook. Follow us on Twitter @Local12 and LIKE us on Facebook for updates!
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Zac Greenberg Quintet - "Treatment" (from "Unexpected Journey")
 
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"Treatment" is one of four movements in Zac Greenberg's cancer-inspired album "Unexpected Journey" (Almost Holden Records), now available on CD Baby at http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/zacgreenberg. Produced in association with Musicians for Health (www.MusiciansForHealth.net), this jazz-rock fusion concerto tells the story of one cancer patient's journey through "Life," "Diagnosis," "Treatment" and "Beyond." A portion of proceeds from digital downloads will benefit cancer-related charities (Susan G. Komen during October, Breast Cancer Awareness Month). Recorded in front of a live audience at The Redmoor in Cincinnati, Ohio, on April 26, 2015. Composed by Zac Greenberrg David Engelhard - Tenor Sax Amos Rose - Guitar Kevin Wunderlich - Guitar Zac Greenberg - Bass Bennett Eiferman - Drums Jason Greenberg - Recording Engineer Copyright 2015 by Almost Holden Records and Musicians for Health. All rights reserved.
Troy Smith OVI arrest in Westerville
 
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An edited down version of the Westerville police department dash cam footage of Troy Smith's OVI arrest.
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Urban Meyer, Buckeyes Toss First Pitch at Re
 
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CINCINNATI -- Members of Ohio State's 2014 national championship football team were honored Wednesday evening as part of the Cincinnati Reds' opening night festivities at Great American Ball Park. The Reds were hosting the Pittsburgh Pirates in their second game of the season. It didn't matter that proceedings were delayed nearly two hours by a rain delay. The Buckeyes, and the fans sitting out the rain delay, had a really good time. Coach Urban Meyer, who has an extensive family history in the city and who is a 1986 graduate of the University of Cincinnati, assistant coach and longtime Cincinnati Colerain head football coach Kerry Combs, and Cincinnati Buckeyes Adolphus Washington (Taft High School) and Joe Burger (LaSalle) threw out ceremonial first pitches. All 40 members of the team who were in attendance, including quarterbacks Braxton Miller and J.T. Barrett, senior tight end Nick Vannett and returning starters Joshua Perry, Tyvis Powell and Pat Elflein, had field duty during the playing of the National Anthem as they were in charge of holding the giant American flag of America in centerfield. A loud and raucous group of fans cheered and celebrated the Buckeyes as each player walked the Reds' Carpet before the game. And the Reds presented Meyer with an oversized check in the amount of $3,000, a total that will be donated to the Urban and Shelley Meyer Fund for Cancer Research at the Ohio State University Medical Center. The team didn't get to see any baseball, and it was a school night, so the players and staff loaded up the busses for the trip back to Columbus about 9:20 p.m. TVs were turned on and tuned into the game. It was about to start.
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Meet UVA Gastroenterologist, Dr. Andrew Wang
 
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Andrew Wang, MD, is a gastroenterologist at UVA Medical Center. Dr. Wang specializes in procedures of the bile duct and pancreas. For more information visit https://uvahealth.com/findadoctor/profile/andrew-y-wang
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Meet Dr. Darwin Conwell - Director, Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition
 
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Darwin Conwell, MD, MS, shares his approach to patient care—“We treat others as ourselves.” This includes understanding the impact of disease on the patient’s quality of life, answering any questions, and following up with the referring physician. Dr. Conwell is a gastroenterologist, specializing in pancreatic disorders. He is Director of Ohio State’s Division of Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition as well as Co-Director of Wexner Medical Center’s Digestive Disease Center. To learn more or to schedule an appointment, visit https://internalmedicine.osu.edu/digestivediseases/ or call (614) 293-6255.
Ride Cincinnati 2015
 
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Ride Cincinnati 2015 was a record breaking year. Check out all the excitement from the 2015 Ride Cincinnati. See more photos from Hyde Park Blast at http://www.CincyPhotography.com
NFL Draft Profile: Carl Lawson
 
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AL.com's Lauren Sisler and former Auburn center Cole Cubelic discuss Carl Lawson's stock in the upcoming NFL Draft.
Ride Cincinnati's 10th ride takes place Sunday at Yeatman's Cove
 
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Annual bicycle rides and fun walk benefits breast cancer research. Subscribe to WLWT on YouTube now for more: http://bit.ly/1ipUX3c Get more Cincinnati news: http://www.wlwt.com/ Like us: http://www.facebook.com/wlwt5 Follow us: http://twitter.com/WLWT Google+: http://plus.google.com/+wlwt
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Ohio State Sr. WR Devin Smith 11/1/2014
 
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Buckeyes WR Devin Smith after OSU's 55-14 win over Illinois
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Tuf Borland on USC prep - ELEVENWARRIORS.COM
 
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Linebacker Tuf Borland discusses his team's preparation for the Cotton Bowl vs USC. More Ohio State coverage: https://www.elevenwarriors.com
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Milwaukee mayor fights police cuts
 
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Bridget Shanahan reports
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Ohio State Fr. QB JT Barrett 11/1/2014
 
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Buckeye QB J.T. Barrett after OSU's 55-14 win over Illinois
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Ohio State football team's inspiration visits Hilton Head Island
 
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As big a fan as Jacob "Jake" Jarvis is of the Ohio State Buckeyes football team, the Buckeyes themselves are every bit as fond of Jake. Jarvis, 16, of Columbus, Ohio, is battling Duchenne muscular dystrophy, which affects one in 1,500 children, and which is one of 40 forms of MD, Jake's mom, Tracy Studebaker, said. Jarvis' road to becoming a true Ohio State football insider began when he met its superstar coach, Urban Meyer, at a community event in 2013. They've been friends ever since. We caught up with Jake and his family in Sea Pines on Hilton Head Island, where they were on vacation courtesy of Hilton Head Heroes. http://www.islandpacket.com/opinion/opn-columns-blogs/david-lauderdale/article88200612.html
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LeBron and the Cavs in Columbus
 
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The crowd came to see King James at the Cavs preseason game against the Bulls at Value City Arena in Columbus. Video by Carrie Wise | Columbus Dispatch
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WHIO-TV Coverage on 10-Year Anniversary of Murder of Officer Kevin Brame
 
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Dayton affiliate WHIO-TV and reporter Natasha Williams broadcast on the 10-year anniversary of the murder of Dayton Police Officer Kevin Brame. Brame was shot and killed in front of his home on Nov. 1, 1999 while off-duty. Interviews and excerpts from Brame's family and friends.
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