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Parumala Cancer Centre Blessing ceremony Public Meeting
Parumala Cancer Centre Blessing ceremony Public Meeting
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Cancer Center Blessing Slide Show 1-27-2010
Slideshow of photographs taken from the blessing of the Sacred Heart Cancer Center in Pensacola, Florida. The blessing was held on January 27, 2010
Munster Cancer Center Blessing and Dedication
Join us as we bless the new Franciscan Health Munster Cancer Center in a ceremony that took place on Monday, July 23rd, 2018. Most Reverend Donald J. Hying, Bishop of the Diocese of Gary, Indiana presided over the blessing and President and CEO, Patrick Maloney, talks about the new services available at the facility. Take a brief virtual tour of all that this center has to offer.
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Operation Christmas Blessing 2015: PGH Cancer Institute
We celebrated the season of giving with the high-spirited children from the PGH Cancer Institute for the third year in a row. It was an afternoon filled with fun, games, and gifts, which reminded everyone of what Christmas is truly about.
Views: 124 Nyxsys Philippines
Maxillofacial Reconstructive Surgery: Blessing’s Story
Blessing’s face was destroyed in a horrific accident that took place in Zimbabwe Africa when he was 9 years old. Under the care of Dr. Joel Berger and a team of surgeons at Sharp Memorial Hospital, Blessing will undergo reconstructive surgery that will truly change his life. To learn more about Sharp HealthCare in San Diego, visit https://www.sharp.com/. Watch the entire award-winning documentary, featuring Blessing and his caregivers, by visiting https://youtu.be/e6Ch6dupp94. To search for a Sharp-affiliated doctors, go to https://www.sharp.com/san-diego-doctors. Subscribe or See More Videos: https://www.youtube.com/sharphealthcare Visit Sharp HealthCare's Web Site: https://www.sharp.com Like Sharp HealthCare: https://www.facebook.com/sharphealthcare Follow Sharp HealthCare: https://twitter.com/sharphealthcare
Views: 10587 Sharp HealthCare
Cancer Can Be A Gift
Ali Banat, a young Australian Muslim man who considers getting cancer as a gift from God! Courtesy of Cancer Centre, Living Muslim and One Path.
Views: 18645 Peaceful Progression
Surviving the cancer cure | Scott Hamilton | TEDxKC
Olympic gold medalist, cancer survivor and patient advocate Scott Hamilton makes a compelling case for a safer and more effective cancer treatment many insurance companies don’t want you to know about. The most recognized male figure skating star in the world, Scott Hamilton has won 70 titles, awards and honors including an Emmy Award nomination, induction into the United States OlympicHall of Fame and a privileged member of the World Figure Skating Hall of Fame. In 1984, he captured the attention of the world with his Olympic Gold medal performances in Saravejo and since has shared his love and enthusiasmfor the sport as a commentator, performer, producer and best-selling author (Landing It & The Great Eight). He further inspires others as a speaker, philanthropist and cancer and pituitary brain tumor survivor. Scott is actively involved in his Scott Hamilton C.A.R.E.S. Foundation (Cancer Alliance for Research, Education & Survivorship), Chemocare.com and RadCare.org & patient mentoring program. He serves on the Board of Directors for Special Olympics International, Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt and Provision Center for Proton Therapy. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
Views: 12742 TEDx Talks
Northside Hospital Cancer Institute - Built to Beat Cancer
Learn why Northside Hospital Cancer Institute is Built to Beat Cancer at http://builttobeatcancer.com.
Views: 1112 Northside Hospital
Finding The Right Mexican Cancer Clinic Clinic With Jim and Peggy
Jim and Peggy Sue Roberts (9-year stage 4 cancer survivor) share with you how they found the right Mexican Cancer Clinic. We trust the information will be a blessing to you and your family
Views: 4669 Peggy Sue Roberts
Episode 16: Where Angels Walk the Halls -- The MD Anderson Cancer Center
Sam describes what it was like roaming the halls at the MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, Texas. The sprawling facility is amazing, and Sam talks about the kindness and loving service provided by all the caregivers and the strong culture that runs thgoughout the organization. Sam notes that MD Anderson is a faith-based institution and gives examples of how faith is a critical element in the battle against cancer. Sam also discusses his experiences in talking with other cancer warriors and their family members, and how they strengthen each other.
Views: 459 Cancer Cure Bus
Million Strands of Hope for cancer patients.wmv
Reagan Reis and Gretchen Rosson are going to shave their heads to raise money for the Blessing Cancer Center. The event will take place on June 3 from 1-5 pm at Instant Replay 2739 Chestnut in Quincy, IL. Head shaving will begin at 4 pm. Visit www.blessing-foundation.org, select donate online tab, for fund select "other" and enter "Million Strands of Hope." Visit facebook.com/amillionstrandsofhope to keep up-to-date.
Blessing Hospital breaks ground for $70 million addition x264
Blessing Hospital broke ground on Monday, August 20, for a $70 million, five-story patient room addition to its 11th Street campus. This video highlights some of the changes that have happened and some that are going to happen over the course of the two-year construction project.
General Surgeon, Emmanuel Bessay, MD, PhD- Blessing Health System
General surgery provides the base on which many surgical specialties are built, and the general surgeon continues to play a pivotal role in patient care. In this modern era, healthcare is a right, not a privilege; I enjoy my privileged role in helping patients get better and happily return to their activities of daily living. In my practice, listening to my patients and responding to them with care, respect and compassion is of utmost importance. Developing a wonderful doctor-patient relationship is necessary for optimum care. By devoting time to develop this relationship with each of my patients, I am able to learn their individual health goals and educate them about their health conditions without prejudice. I strive to do the right thing for every patient every time using evidence-based medicine, delivered with the greatest care and compassion.
Blessing Hospital announces building addition.wmv
Blessing Hospital will break ground later this summer for a $70 million addition to its 11th Street campus. The four-story addition will achieve two major goals: Relocation of the three inpatient Blessing Behavioral Center units from the 14th Street campus to 11th Street, consolidating all inpatient care in one building; and creation of 104 private patient rooms.
Building for a Better Experience - Angel Cancer Center - Franklin, North Carolina
Michele Hubbs, a cancer patient at Angel Medical Center in Franklin, NC, discusses the benefits of the hospital's chemotherapy infusion center and the new Angel Cancer Center opening in May 2014.
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A Look Inside Little Company of Mary's State-of-the-Art Cancer Center
A Look Inside Little Company of Mary's State-of-the-Art Cancer Center
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Blessing Sleep Center patient hooked up for sleep study
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San Joaquin Community Hospital Announces Cancer Center
On May 17, 2011, San Joaquin Community Hospital announced plans for a 60,000 square foot medical office building on the east side of Chester Avenue in downtown Bakersfield. The four-story facility will house radiation oncology, medical oncology and an outpatient surgery center -- all under one roof. The estimated cost to build and equip The Cancer Center is $36.2 million. We expect it to be up and running in 12-15 months!
Steven L. DeCesare, MD - Cancer Specialist / Oncologist - Sacred Heart Cancer Center
Dr. Steven L DeCesare received his medical degree from the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey and completed his residency in obstetrics and gynecology at the University of South Florida Medical Center. He completed an additional three years of training in gynecologic oncology at the Moffitt Cancer Center. Dr. DeCesare is board certified in gynecologic oncology, specializing in the detection and treatment of tumors originating in a woman's reproductive organs. For more information, please visit: http://www.sacred-heart.org/CancerCenter
How Cancer Trials Work
Doctors and patients talk about how clinical trials for cancer can help advance new treatments.
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SJCH Inter-faith Blessing Ceremony
On May 5, 2011, San Joaquin Community Hospital held an Inter-faith blessing ceremony for the land previously occupied by The Wildcat Adult Bookstore. It was later announced that the land would be used for a full-service cancer center.
Blessing Hospital
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Southern Philippines Medical Center Cancer Institute Thanksgiving and Open House
Bajada, Davao City August 10, 2017 President Rodrigo Roa Duterte graced the thanksgiving and open house of the Southern Philippines Medical Center (SPMC) Cancer Institute at the SPMC Compound, Davao City. The construction of the Cancer Center started on September 2014 and was completed on November 2016. The budget amounting to PhP 86,880,998 was through the General Appropriations Act Fiscal Year (FY) 2014 and an additional budget of PhP 8,688,099.80 came from the hospital income. The SPMC Children’s Institute started as a room with four beds at the SPMC General Ward in 2014. By 2006, patients can be accommodated in a bigger room with ten beds. In 2010, a 25-bed Pediatric Oncology Unit was created at the Children’s Cancer and Blood Diseases Unit located at the inner half of the General Ward on the third floor of the hospital’s main building. The East Wing of the Cancer Institute is the Children’s Cancer Center while the West Wing is the Adult Oncology Center and Radiotherapy Center. Among the SPMC services available for children with cancer include basic therapeutics and diagnostics, as well as a wide range of care from promotive, curative, rehabilitative to palliative. The hospital also provides radiotherapy, brachytherapy and outpatient chemotherapy. In the past, the Cancer Center had to spend between PhP 14,000 – PhP 16,000 once or twice a week to conduct tests for patients diagnosed with leukemia and lymphoma cases, and referred these to the National Kidney and Transplant Institute in Quezon City. At present, the tests could be done onsite and charged to PhilHealth. With medical assistance from the Department of Health, Lingap, and the Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office (PCSO), the SPMC is now able to provide funds for chemotherapy and diagnostics. In his message, President Duterte expressed his gratitude to the personnel behind the realization of the Cancer Institute in SPMC. “I made it to be able to really make the regular visits I used to, hanggang Presidente ako and I’m very proud of the administration… kay doktora, kay doctor…” he said. He also distributed gifts such as toys, milk, vitamins, and cash assistance to the cancer patients present in the thanksgiving event. Likewise, the President took time to personally talk to the cancer patients and gave them words of courage as they continue their treatment in the institute. Department of Health (DOH) Undersecretary Herminigildo Valle, SPMC Medical Center Chief Dr. Leopoldo Vega and Cancer Institute Head Dr. Mae Concepcion Dolendo were present during the thanksgiving. * * * Connect with RTVM Website: http://rtvm.gov.ph Facebook: www.facebook.com/presidentialcom and www.facebook.com/rtvmalacanang Twitter: @RTVMalacanang Google+: google.com/+RTVMalacanang
Views: 876 RTVMalacanang
Blessing Health System Breast Cancer Interview on KHQA This Morning
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SPMC ONCO, IWNH & Hyperbaric Chamber - Blessing and Inauguration
Radioation Oncology Section - Ribbon Cutting & Blessing Institute for Women and Newborn Health - Ribbon Cutting, Blessing & Unveiling Hyperbaric Chamber - Opening & Blessing
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Leslie's Healing Garden - Fred & Pamela Buffett Cancer Center
Omaha, Neb – The University of Nebraska Medical Center and Nebraska Medicine announced today that the Fred & Pamela Buffett Cancer Center will include an outdoor healing garden—Leslie’s Healing Garden—as part of its Healing Arts Program. Leslie’s Healing Garden will be created with support from Marshall and Mona Faith, longtime supporters of the Omaha community, with an undisclosed amount through the University of Nebraska Foundation. The healing garden is named after one of their daughters who lost her battle with pediatric cancer at age two and a half approximately 60 years ago. “She is behind all our thoughts,” said Marshall Faith. “It fits us as a way to put her name, in a small way, into the future.” The healing garden will serve as a place where patients and their families can visit to escape the realities of cancer and spend time outside enjoying the flowers, pine trees and heated walkways. “Flowers were Leslie’s favorite thing, along with singing songs. I think of all the moms that this space will benefit and what a blessing it will be,” said Mona Faith. Jeffrey P. Gold, M.D., UNMC chancellor and chairman of the Nebraska Medicine Advisory Board, said that the Faiths’ gift will be an integral part of the Healing Arts Program, which is being developed using evidence-based research to aid in the healing of patients. “Our patients will truly benefit from Leslie’s Healing Garden and the entire Healing Arts Program,” Dr. Gold said. “We could not be more grateful to the Faiths for their generous gift.” From reduced pain perception, anxiety, stress, loneliness and depression to providing new insight and clarify feelings about a cancer diagnosis and treatment, the Healing Arts Program will include the most motivating and meaningful works of art to help heal the human spirit. “Healing requires more than just treating the patient medically. Studies have shown that creating an atmosphere of hope and resilience through artwork goes beyond curing a disease and leads to improved patient outcomes. Patients, visitors and staff will all benefit from this enhanced environment.” said Kenneth Cowan, MD, PhD, director of the Fred & Pamela Buffett Cancer Center. “The Fred & Pamela Buffett Cancer Center is creating a place of continued innovation, holistic healing and an environment that serves patients beyond their expectations,” said Gail Yanney, MD, Healing Arts Program committee member. “Leslie’s Healing Garden is the first of many exciting announcements about the Healing Arts Program. There is a vision to present a prestigious and diverse healing art collection and the University of Nebraska Foundation is working to raise the needed funds to create a program like no other.” For instance, the Healing Arts Program could feature more than 200 pieces of original works of art that would reflect a diversity of cultures and perspectives; create an oasis of calm that provides pleasant distractions from the anxiety of visits and treatments; and provide patients, staff and visitors opportunities for introspection that will motivate, rejuvenate and build endurance to fight against cancer on all fronts. Three additional spaces at the Fred & Pamela Buffett Cancer Center, and in conjunction with the 1% for Arts legislation, will also support the mission of the Healing Arts Program. The three spaces were identified based on the opportunity to touch approximately 5,000 people each day. The artists whose work will fill the three spaces will be chosen within the next month. To learn more about Leslie’s Healing Garden or the Healing Arts Program at the Fred & Pamela Buffett Cancer Center visit BuffettCancerCenter.com.
Views: 1396 Nebraska Medicine
Sacred Heart Cancer Center
Sacred Heart Cancer Center in Pensacola, Florida
Blessing Foundation: Cancer Fund
Hear from patients and staff of the Blessing Cancer Center and Foundaiton about the impact of donation to the Cancer Center Fund at the Blessing Foundation.
Cancer Care Centre Cork
The Mercy University Hospital Cork will be building a new Cancer CARE Centre next to the Mercy Hospital that will provide a quiet safe place for patients and their families. The Cancer CARE Centre will be close to the hospital and the new Outpatients Department and will provide the following benefits to cancer patients and their families: A safe haven for patients at the time of their initial diagnosis. Drop-In Centre for cancer awareness and support and the potential, in time, for a Community Awareness Outreach Programme Survivorship programmes and psycho-oncology services Facilities for one-to-one counselling, patient support groups and bereavement counselling Relaxed atmosphere where patient-centred and patient-directed care is its goal. For more information click here - https://www.mercyfundraising.ie/our-work/the-mercy-cancer-care-centre Like us on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/MercyHospitalFoundationCork/?ref=bookmarks Follow us on Twitter - https://twitter.com/mercyfoundcork
Princess Teagan Grace - Brain Cancer Survivor
From her site http://princessteagan.com/ Our sweet little princess Teagan Grace Haniszewski came bursting into the world August 4, 2005 with a head full of curly dark hair and hazel eyes. She has been a continual joy and blessing to mom and dad, Carly & Bryant. She loves ballet and gymnastics (she calls it nastics) and playing outside at her water table. Teagan is a very happy girl who loves to laugh, and always answers with a please or thank you. In May of 2007, Teagan began having some intermittent vomiting and had trouble walking and standing up. We took her to the pediatrician on Friday June 1st for an 11:45 appointment. After hearing Teags symptoms the doctor sent us to Good Shepherd Hospital for a CT scan at 2:30 that revealed a large brain tumor in the back of her head. The doctor sent us immediately to Childrens Memorial Hospital in Chicago where we were admitted through the Emergency Room. After we arrived, the battery of tests and the reality of a world turned upside down began. A few hours later, Teagan was taken to the third floor of the hospital where they began to monitor her and prepare her for further testing. In the next 2 days, the neurosurgeons checked the CT scans and the MRI and planned to perform brain surgery on Monday. Prayers were answered as the MRI on the spine showed no evidence of tumor growth there. At about 2pm on Monday, June 4th, Teagan went into surgery and came out at about 10pm. After the surgery, Teagans neurosurgeon, Dr. Alden, told us that he removed all of the tumor, and thought the only part that might be left was less than a cc (basically on a cellular level). He also told us that the preliminary tests performed on the tumor showed it as Medulloblastoma, a cancerous form of brain tumor commonly found in children. Follow-up MRI confirmed that all the tumor had been removed. After surgery, Teagan was brought to the Pediatric ICU of the hospital due to the length of the surgery. In the next few days, it appeared that Teagan had an issue with her right lung, and to this day, we really dont know what caused it. As the days progressed, we met with Teagans oncologist who confirmed the cancer was classic malignant Medulloblastoma. He said that he would do further testing to decide on a treatment plan for chemotherapy which could take 8-12 months. As we prepared for what Teagan had to battle, it seemed that her lung issue was not improving, even though on some days she would be breathing on her own with room air. The x-rays that were done showed cloudiness in the lung and we were waiting to see if that would clear up. The Sunday morning following surgery at about 3:30 am, Teagans right lung collapsed and had several micro holes which let air out into her body. The doctors then placed the breathing tube back into Teagan and then the left side of the lung also collapsed. The doctors then inserted chest tubes on the both sides of her chest to alleviate the air buildup in her body. Teagan was placed on an oscillator breathing machine to help her and given more medicines than I can count. At one point there were 20+ IV sets hanging at her bedside! With Gods help, Teagan fought through the pneumonia like the strong girl she is, as we prayed for the lungs to heal. After almost 2 weeks she was able to get off the oscillator onto a standard ventilator. She subsequently contracted a severe infection in her brain that was finally cleared up with much more prayer and intensive antibiotic therapy. She has had other set-backs and infections, but finally as of August 7th, she was able to breathe without the help of a respirator! And on August 14th, after 10 weeks (count em, 71 days!) in Pediatric Intensive Care Unit, Teagan Grace was moved to 3-West, the brain tumor ward. On October 29th, Teagan was transferred to the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago for six weeks of intesive therapy. After 7 months in the hospital, Teagan Grace came home on Dec. 14th, 2007 to spend Christmas with her family. What a Christmas miracle that was!!! Teagan's chemo treatment concluded in March 2009 (about 19 months). She also had Proton Radiation at MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, Texas (6 weeks). Teagan continues her physical, occupational and speech therapy. She has a long road ahead but with many prayers we hope that she will be able to walk on her own and talk again very soon. Teagan is getting back to what she loves, playing with her friends, saying her colors, and having fun at school. Some of her favorite times are playing outside at her water table and watching airplanes fly over her. We pray for the restoration of our precious Teagan, a happy girl who loves to laugh. We will be updating frequently so please check back to hear the latest.
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Blessing of the Pedestrian Bridge
On May 10, 2018, Creighton President the Rev. Daniel S. Hendrickson, SJ, blessed the nearly completed pedestrian bridge between the Creighton campus and The Atlas Omaha, an apartment complex under construction on the grounds of the former Creighton University Medical Center. Creighton board members, city leaders, and members of the University’s President’s Council toured the 700-foot span, which rises 50 feet over Omaha’s North Freeway.
Cancer Patients Plight
Kenyatta National Hospital says over 3,500 new cancer patients seek treatment at the facility every year, adding to the long list of patients being treated using machines which have served for more than 20 years now. Dr. Catherine Nyangweso, an oncologist at the hospital says cancer treatment facilities need to be expanded to other regions in the country, where thousands of people die due to inability to access treatment services. And as the Kenyans prepare to join the rest in marking the world cancer day on Thursday, Sylvia Chebet met patients at the hospital who have travelled from far and wide for that cancer treatment that can guarantee them a longer life.
Views: 621 Kenya CitizenTV
End Cancer: The Charles family's breast cancer story
Being diagnosed with cancer is always scary, but imagine being a single parent to a teenager at the time. Over 12 years ago, Constance Charles was diagnosed with stage 2 breast cancer in October, Breast Cancer Awareness Month. This was a blessing in disguise because she and her 15-year-old daughter read stories about survivors, which gave them hope and reassured her daughter that she would be okay. Constance always tells single parents, or anyone facing cancer, that the three things that helped her through were faith, family and friends. Above all, Constance wants everyone facing cancer to know this journey is actually a new beginning. “It’s not time to give up,” she says. “It’s time to fight.” Today, Constance is fighting cancer in a new way. She’s the latest cancer survivor featured in Jason's Deli's Strike Through Cancer campaign, which raises money to support cancer research at MD Anderson. Throughout the year, Jason's Deli will donate 10 cents to cancer research at MD Anderson from every specially marked water bottle it sells. For more information about Jason's Deli's support of MD Anderson cancer research, visit jasonsdeli.com/strike-through-cancer. Request an appointment at MD Anderson: https://www4.mdanderson.org/contact/selfreferral/index.cfm #endcancer
Breast Cancer Care | 9 News Perth
There's a push for a new approach in the fight against breast cancer - a so-called "one stop shop" for patient care. Doctors say it would reduce patient stress and speed up treatment, the only hurdle - it'll cost nearly six million dollars to build and the project's yet to receive financial backing.
Views: 822 9 News Perth
Samantha Cohen, MD
Dr. Samantha Cohen is a board certified Gynecologic Oncologist at the Mount Sinai Hospital. She is a graduate of the Albert Einstein College of Medicine and completed both her OB/GYN residency and gynecologic oncology fellowship at Mount Sinai Hospital. As a gynecologic oncologist, Dr. Cohen specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of gynecologic malignancies, such as uterine, ovarian, and cervical cancer. Dr. Cohen also specializes in minimally invasive surgical techniques, including laparoscopic and robotic surgery, treatment of cervical dysplasia, and management of complex non-malignant gynecological conditions. Dr. Cohen began seeing patients in Brooklyn in 2011 and has since then become an important part of cancer care for women in Brooklyn and the neighboring communities. In addition to being the recipient of multiple awards for excellence in medicine, Dr. Cohen has recently been honored by the Brooklyn community for her work in establishing important resources for patients. In addition, Dr. Cohen was featured in both the November 2013 and September 2014 special section of the New York Times Magazine, under New York Rising Stars. Dr. Cohen’s research activities include being a founding member of the Ovarian Cancer Translational Research Program that began at Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, and now is a multicenter consortium. The focus of this research has been developing a personalized approach to ovarian cancer detection and treatment, with a particular interest in next-generation sequencing to discover novel genetic changes in ovarian cancer. Her research efforts have been nationally recognized, including recent publications in the peer-reviewed journals, Gynecologic Oncology and Journal of Ovarian Research. Her research participation in the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai is ongoing. She is an active member of the Society of Gynecologic Oncology, American Society of Clinical Oncology, and the American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists.
Introduction to Cedars-Sinai
At Cedars-Sinai, we are driven to be more than just a hospital. We strive to provide hope והיה ברכה (and be a blessing). Connect with us: https://twitter.com/CedarsSinai https://www.facebook.com/CedarsSinai https://www.instagram.com/cedarssinai/ Cedars-Sinai is a leader in providing high-quality healthcare encompassing primary care, specialized medicine and research. Since 1902, Cedars-Sinai has evolved to meet the needs of one of the most diverse regions in the nation, setting standards in quality and innovative patient care, research, teaching and community service. Today, Cedars- Sinai is known for its national leadership in transforming healthcare for the benefit of patients. Cedars-Sinai impacts the future of healthcare by developing new approaches to treatment and educating tomorrow’s health professionals. Additionally, Cedars-Sinai demonstrates a commitment to the community through programs that improve the health of its most vulnerable residents.
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Florida Hospital DeLand Cancer Institute Expansion
News clips from Channel 9 and Channel 13 in Orlando, covering Florida Hospital DeLand's Cancer Institute expansion. Florida Hospital DeLand Cancer Institute celebrated the completion of its $5.2 million expansion today, Sunday, August 21, 2011. As part of the expansion, the facility's size was increased by more than 25 percent and is now more than 7,800 square feet. Additionally, both the interior and exterior of the existing building was renovated to mirror the hospital's current façade. In addition to the construction, the Florida Hospital DeLand Cancer Institute upgraded the tecnology available to fight cancer by adding the latest tools in radiation oncology, including Image Guided Radiation Therapy (IGRT) and Positron Emission Tomography and Computed Tomography (PET-CT). Tissues, organs, and many tumors are not rigidly fixed in one position. They can move several centimeters inside the body due to natural physiological processes, such as breathing. Because of this, IGRT Respiratory Gating is essential to tracking and targeting tumors with radiation. This feature provides more precise tumor targeting, which means radiation beam dosage levels can be increased, allowing tumors to receive a higher dose of radiation while nearby healthy tissues receive very little. With Florida Hospital DeLand's new GE Discovery PET-CT 600, doctors can better determine whether a mass is malignant (cancerous) or benign (not cancerous). This equipment has highly-advanced capabilities, which include: the highest image-sensitivity in the industry; improved image quality of scans in areas prone to motion, such as in the lungs; and a comfortable bed for patients up to 500 pounds, limiting the effects of claustrophobia.
The Gynecologic Oncology Center at Mercy
The Gynecologic Oncology Center at Mercy is one of the top Gynecologic Cancer Centers in Baltimore and throughout Maryland. Our doctors provide advanced treatment options for ovarian, cervical and uterine cancers. The Gynecologic Oncology Center at Mercy has long remained a leader as one of the first women's centers in the area to bring together top rated doctors, high quality services and programs, award-winning facilities and leading edge research. Learn more at https://mdmercy.com or call 1-800-MD-Mercy to make an appointment.
The Blessing of Hands tradition
Rev. Linda Stetter (right) and Father Konaku Kuusegmeh talk about the blessing of the hands held at St. Mary-Corwin Medical Center on May 10, 2016. (Chieftain video by Jon Pompia)
Aapki News: This initiative helps people to detect cancer online | कैंसर का इलाज 'ऑनलाइन'
Cancer is a deadly disease and it remains mostly unnoticed till it reaches its destructive stage. However, Tata Memorial Hospital of Mumbai has started an online service which can help in detecting cancer while sitting at home. Watch to know more. About Channel: Zee News is a Hindi news channel with 24 hour coverage. Zee News covers breaking news, latest news, politics, entertainment and sports from India & World. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Subscribe to our other network channels: Zee Business: https://goo.gl/fulFdi Dr. Subhash Chandra Show: https://goo.gl/fCugXC Daily News and Analysis: https://goo.gl/B8eVsD ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- You can also visit us at: http://zeenews.india.com/ Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ZeeNews Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/ZeeNews Follow us on G+: https://plus.google.com/+Zeenews
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Sending Healing to Loved Ones - Guided Meditation
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3rd and 5th shloka for eye sight improvement
Mataji blessing Bahubali hospital where Bhaktamar research foundation centre for healing was established at Shravanbelgola. HASSAN DISTRICT KARNATAKA
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Public invited to UH Cancer Center grand opening
The University of Hawaii Cancer Center celebrates the grand opening of its new facility in Kakaako on February 23, 2013. The public is invited to the blessing and family-friendly science fair. Read the full story on the University of Hawaii news site at http://www.hawaii.edu/news/2013/02/19/public-invited-to-uh-cancer-center-grand-opening/
Fighting For Children With Cancer in Vietnam - Sky Pham
The memories of all my little friends. May the blessings of light be upon you. May God bless your souls! The Ho Chi Minh City Ung Buou Cancer Centre is the only hospital of its kind in the south of Vietnam. It treats cancer in all its forms in children and adults. The children's ward has 130 in patients in seven rooms each containing 4 beds. There are also 200 outpatients. The children are very ill and many are fighting infections as well as cancer. The doctors and nurses are doing the best they can to treat them with limited resources. As a result of this, cases with a high chance of being cured are given priority. There are 6 doctors and 16 nurses to care for all the children staying there. As there are few nurses to care for the children their families stay with them as well. This makes the rooms vastly overcrowded. Children can often be found receiving treatment on the floor or under beds. Many children have infections due to the conditions. The hospital estimates 75% of the children currently being treated will not live beyond the next five years.
Baby With Incurable Cancer Gets World’s First Miracle Cure From Groundbreaking Therapy
At the tender age of 14-weeks-old, little Layla Richards was diagnosed with an aggressive form of deadly cancer – acute lymphoblastic leukemia. After a bout with what her parents, Ashleigh Richards and Lisa Foley, believed to be the stomach flu, a simple blood test revealed that little Layla’s blood cells were failing to fight the disease. Her tiny life was on the line. The protocol treatment following her diagnosis would be a bone marrow transplant coupled with chemotherapy. But when Layla’s health took a steep decline afterwards, her parents were told there was little else that could be done to save their precious daughter’s life. She would die within months. Her parents refused to give up and instead asked if there were any alternative treatments to help their daughter. Doctors at Great Ormond Street Hospital suggested a radical new gene therapy that hadn’t yet been tested on humans before. Cellectis, had developed a new “designer immune cell therapy” that uses the healthy cells of a cancer-free person and infuses them into a cancer patient to help attack the cancer. Within several weeks, Layla started showing noticeable signs of improvement, something her parents believe to be an absolute miracle! Eleven months later, Layla is thriving and after having another bone marrow transplant, she has been given a clean bill of health! Doctors who treated Layla say her recovery is a blessing and is hopeful news for cancer patients everywhere! ****************************************************** Kindly follow us: https://www.facebook.com/Videoinspirational-1910126949220655/ https://www.instagram.com/videoinspirationalvi/ https://twitter.com/videoinspiratio
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Treating Prostate Cancer With Cyberknife — Pastor Billy Richards’ Story
Pastor Billy Richards shares the story of his Cyberknife prostate cancer treatment at Winthrop-University Hospital
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2010 Palmyra High School softball team honored Dec. 17, 2010.MOV
The 2010 Palmyra High School softball team is honored during halftiime of the boys basketball game Dec. 17, 2010. The team's 2nd Place State banner was hung in the gym and the team made a donation to the Blessing Hospital Breast Cancer Center.
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