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Lung Cancer Facts : Last Signs of Lung Cancer Before Death
 
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The last signs of lung cancer before death include being unable to perform simple tasks independently, having difficulty breathing and experiencing intense chest pain. Discover the options to ease these final symptoms with helpful information from a practicing oncologist in this free video on cancer. Expert: Dr. Kenneth Fink Contact: www.nhhn.org Bio: Dr. Kenneth Fink has been a medical doctor in the field of internal medicine specializing in hematology and oncology for 23 years. Filmmaker: Reel Media LLC
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5th and final terminal cancer video
 
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I should have mentioned that they will install another drain so I can drain it. They said drain it once and even twice a day if need be to keep it dry.
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DYING FROM LUNG CANCER -- description of the dying process
 
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DYING FROM LUNG CACNER - description of the dying process.
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Metastatic Breast Cancer - living the last weeks in the 'dying time'
 
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Metastatic Breast Cancer - living the last weeks in the 'dying time' by Polly Samuel (aka 'Donna Williams') All trips with metastatic cancer are different. Some will be short, some medium, some long. Some will allow for transition for oneself and family and friends, some will cut that short. Some will be more painful, distressing, uncomfortable than others. My story of these weeks of remaining physical life living with metastatic breast cancer with extensive spread to my liver represents only my own journey. Personally, it has been transformative, challenging, harrowing, beautiful and epic. I hope it adds to the collections of stories out there about how some people still live so much in the dying time.
When Death is near
 
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Every death is individual, just as we are all different in life. There are a few common changes that happen. Knowing what these changes are and how to manage them may be helpful. It is usual and normal for people to experience these changes when death is near: More tiredness and sleeping more Eating and drinking less Less passing urine and faeces Being more drowsy and less alert There is no need to be worried or concerned about these changes as they are part of the usual process of preparing for death. Eating and drinking – If the person who is dying does not ask for food or drink or declines them there is no need to worry or try to force them to eat or drink Mouth care – The person who is dying might not feel thirsty but their mouth can become dry and this can feel uncomfortable. You can help keep their mouth moist by giving them ice chips to suck or using a moistened swab [demonstrate use of swab] Breathing – Sometimes people can have very noisy breathing; this breathing can sound very alarming but the person who is dying is not usually distressed by it. There is medication that can reduce this sound. Pain and agitation – There is medication that can reduce these symptoms Confusion – The person who is dying may be a bit confused. There is medication that can assist with this. You can also assist by telling them where they are and that they are being looked after. Confusion may be lessened by playing music that the person likes and having family members (familiar faces) around (especially if the person is in an unfamiliar environment such as the hospital). Changing position – An air bed or a hospital bed and air mattress can be provided to help the person who is dying to feel comfortable in bed and to help you help them to change position every few hours. A person can be close to death but not yet passed away for days or sometimes weeks. Sometimes a person can move close to death but then recover again; they may move in and out of this stage. Even if a person wants to die at home, sometimes the final stages can be too much; it can be overwhelming. It is okay to call for help and ask for the person to be admitted to the local hospital. There are palliative care rooms available at Ararat, Maryborough, Willaura, Stawell, St Arnaud, and Beaufort. These rooms provide some privacy and opportunity for you to be with the dying person and nursing staff are available to assist you in caring. There may be the opportunity for a carer to sleep overnight at the hospital with the person who is dying – if this is what you would like to do, ask the staff about this option. Central Grampians Palliative Care http://eghs.net.au/services/ararat/palliative-care Grampians Region Palliative Care Consortium http://grampianspalliativecare.com.au
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The Last Chapter - End of Life Decisions
 
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Individuals battling end-stage disease reflect on how they want to live their final weeks in The Last Chapter: End of Life Decisions. The one-hour program examines end-of-life care options and the need for advance directives including a living will, a medical power of attorney, and a POST form (Physician Orders for Scope of Treatment). The Last Chapter focuses on empowering individuals in having the last word on how they live at the end of their lives.
NHK WORLD PRIME - An Honest Death - A Palliative Care Doctor's Final Days [1080p]
 
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It all began with an unusual request: "Could you film everything about me until I die?" Masahiro Tanaka was a palliative care doctor and Buddhist priest who was diagnosed with terminal cancer. He was an end-of-life specialist who helped thousands of patients die peacefully. Now he had to face his own impending death. The film crew set out to document an "ideal death", but what they witnessed was quite different. This program offers an unflinchingly honest look at human nature at its most vulnerable.
Lung Cancer Facts : How Many People Survive Lung Cancer?
 
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The people who survive lung cancer only make up about 20 percent of those diagnosed, as many cases are diagnosed in the late stages. Find out why it is important to catch lung cancer early with helpful information from a practicing oncologist in this free video on cancer. Expert: Dr. Kenneth Fink Contact: www.nhhn.org Bio: Dr. Kenneth Fink has been a medical doctor in the field of internal medicine specializing in hematology and oncology for 23 years. Filmmaker: Reel Media LLC
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😱 7 EARLY SIGNS OF LUNG CANCER YOU NEED TO PAY ATTENTION
 
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According to a research, almost 40% of patients suffering from cancer were diagnosed when the cancer has evolved in the late 3rd stage, meaning it has already made big progress. This is as it is because lung cancer shows no symptoms and it is hard to notice it in its early stages. Fortunately, there are 7 signs that indicate lung cancer and can help you in diagnosing it before it is too late. 1. Persistent Cough Pay attention to the way you cough. If the cough is gone after one or two weeks, it means you have caught a regular cough due to a respiratory infection or a cold. However, if you suffer from the same cough even after two weeks it might indicate to lung cancer. If you cough out mucus it is mandatory to visit your doctor and make the relevant tests on your lungs and chest, for example: x-rays. If there are some other changes in your cough, such as: cough with hoarse sound, cough with blood or extreme mucus, then you must not waste anymore time and visit your doctor. 2. Being out of Breath Shortness of breath is another lung cancer symptom and it is caused because of two possible things: the first is there is probably a fluid accumulated in your chest as a result of a lung tumor; the second is there is narrowing (blockage) of the airways. Therefore, if due to some daily actions you feel shortness of breath, which did not make you feel like it before, such as bringing groceries, climbing up stairs or some other actions, then it is strongly recommended to visit your doctor. 3. Pain in the chest, back or shoulders Even though pain caused in the above mentioned areas is not often connected with lung cancer, it may be caused as a result of metastasis on the chests, lungs, or enlargement of the lymph nodes or the ribs. It does not matter if you feel healthy, strong, constant or dull, what matters is that you must visit your doctor in order to make sure what is going on with your health condition. 4. Whistling/Wheezing If you notice a wheezing or whistling sound while you breathe, pay a visit to your doctor. However, you must not panic because all those sounds appear when airways are constricted or inflamed. The sounds may be a sign of something easily curable. If the sounds are prolonged then you should visit your doctor for sure. 5. Weight Drop When having lung cancer, you may experience sudden weight drop. This is due to cancer cells using body’s energy that has been obtained from food. 6. Pain in the bones If you are feeling severe pain in the bones or any other part of your back during any time of the day or night, then you need to pay attention to this serious symptom and consult with a doctor. 7. Continuous headache If you are constantly feeling headache then you might be dealing with lung cancer that had spread to the brain. However, headache occurrence may not always be linked with metastases in the brain. This headache may be caused because the lung tumor presses the main vein that transfers blood from the upper part to your heart. How to be able to diagnose lung cancer at early stage? Since x-rays cannot discover lung cancer on time, there are CT scans (computed tomography) which can help in the process of discovering the sneaky disease on time and reducing the possibility of death when dealing with lung cancer. To sum everything up, you should not wait for any kind of sign to occur in order to go to the doctor, make an x-ray or do a CT scan. Any person between 55 and 80 years of age and the ones who have been active smokers in the last 15 years should make the tests as soon as possible in order to prevent lung cancer. SUBSCRIBE TO OUR CHANNEL AND SHARE VIDEOS WITH ALL YOUR FRIENDS Visit us: http://www.greatlifeandmore.com/ Follow us on FaceBook: https://www.facebook.com/Great-Life-and-more-491202454380757 More info:
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Mother Dying of Cancer Gives a Godly, Life-Changing Final Speech
 
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http://www.rawlifehealthshow.com 4 months before passing away, loving mother of two and wife Rachel Barkey gave a speech so moving, it'll change you forever. She gave her final message about dying and our Lord before a live audience, changing so many lives. Learn more about this wonderful woman at this site http://deathisnotdying.com/ “The Truth About Cancer: A Global Quest” Learn more and get the series at this link: http://go.thetruthaboutcancer.rocks/?gl=582822956&a_aid=1621464&a_bid=e8f0d278
Stage 4 Lung Cancer
 
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Last Breath As He Died of Cancer
 
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A brief video of my brother dying of cancer. It is not nice, but it is a reality many will face.
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Delivering High-Quality Cancer Care - Care in the Last Weeks of Life
 
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From the IOM Report: Delivering High-Quality Cancer Care: Charting a New Course for a System in Crisis www.iom.edu/qualitycancercare
Last words from dying lung cancer patient to family
 
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Tony gives last words before he dies from lung cancer. He loved his family very much. Some day, they will reunite. Goodbye Tony.
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DIEM BROWN - Final Days and Her Peaceful Goodbye - A Tribute
 
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Diem Brown hated to lose. She had an irreverent sense of humor. She loved to dance. More than anything, she never wanted to be seen as a quitter. All of those qualities were on display, in the last days before her death on Friday at age 32, a time during which she fought to reconcile her devastating cancer diagnosis, with her never give up will to live. "We kept telling her, This is not giving up. You have fought enough, says her close friend Julie Rotondi. When there were no further treatment options available to the MTV Challenge star Thursday, she worried that her fans would see it as a sign of defeat. It was not a sign of weakness, says Rotondi. It was not about giving up. In the end, it was not like, Do you want to keep fighting?. In the end, there is nothing they can do. It just became so aggressive, so fast. The cancer was just multiplying at such an aggressive rate that nothing could keep up. Any treatment that could have maybe prolonged, her life for a week or two and it would have been a horrible, horrible ending." Instead, her final hours were spent in the company of friends and family. Yesterday, she and her close friend Alicia Quarles, prayed together alongside pastors from Hill song Church. She asked me to get her into prayer position, says Quarles. That girl got on her knees and we prayed. She asked me to pray for peace. Although she was in pain, and there were moments of suffering, over the past 48 hours, says Rotondi, Brown held on through Thursday night even when doctors said she would not. She was defying everything they were saying, says Rotondi. They were completely amazed to see her make it through the night. It was literally a miracle. When the former PEOPLE dot com blogger , took a turn for the worse Friday morning, she started to struggle again, says Rotondi. With her beloved sister Megan stuck in traffic, she held on as long as she could, surrounded by her father, brother and her fathers fiancee. A priest led the serenity prayer, and she died within minutes of Megans arrival. She was very peaceful when she passed, says Rotondi. Ultimately, she went surrounded by people she loved, her rosaries, pictures of her friends, says Quarles, a correspondent for E News. It is a beautiful day out. She fought to the end. And thats how she would want to be remembered. She is a fighter. Rest in Peace Diem, you will always be with us! -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "The Duggars in Emotional Homemade Video, say goodbye to Jill and Derick as they leave US" ➨ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-xOIynoyO7o -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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Operation of lung cancer
 
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The deadliest form of cancer in the U.S., involving cells that originate in the bronchi or lung. The term includes four cell types: squamous cell (epidermoid) carcinoma, adenocarcinoma, large cell (anaplastic) cancer, and small cell (oat cell) cancer. INCIDENCE In 2013, the National Cancer Institute (NCI) estimated that more than 228,000 people would be diagnosed with lung cancer and that about 159,500 would die of the disease. It is the second most common cancer in both men and women. CAUSES The vast majority are caused by carcinogens in tobacco smoke, including secondhand smoke. Other risks include exposure to carcinogenic industrial and air pollutants (asbestos, uranium, arsenic, nickel, chromium, iron oxides, coal dust, and radioactive dusts), concentrations of radon gas, and familial susceptibility. SYMPTOMS AND SIGNS Symptoms may include persistent cough, chest pain, dyspnea, weight loss, or hemoptysis. Changes in normal respiratory patterns or hoarseness, as well as pneumonia, bronchitis, epigastric pain, symptoms of brain metastasis, arm or shoulder pain, or swelling of the upper body are other possible signs. DIAGNOSIS Diagnostic tests include a chest x-ray, computed tomography (CT) scan, cytological sputum analysis, and bronchoscopy. Other tests include needle biopsy, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), thoracentesis, thoracotomy, mediastinoscopy, or pulmonary function tests. TREATMENT Treatment includes lung surgery, radiation therapy, and chemotherapy (including epidermal growth factor receptor blockers) often provided serially or in combination. PROGNOSIS People with localized lung cancer have an approx. 5-year survival of 50%. People with widely metastatic lung cancer have a 5-year survival of less than 5%. PATIENT CARE Staging determines the extent of the disease and aids in planning treatment and predicting the prognosis. Lung cancer is relatively difficult to cure but much easier to prevent. Children and adolescents should be discouraged from smoking tobacco products, and current smokers should be assisted in their efforts to quit, e.g., through referrals to local branches of the American Cancer Society (ACS), smoking-cessation programs, individual counseling, or group therapy. SCREENING AND PUBLIC HEALTH Chest x-rays do not show small, early cancers, but computed tomography (CT) scanning can be used to screen people who have a long history of smoking and evidence of emphysema. In this high-risk group, screening detects the disease in its early stages when it is most likely to be curable. Smokers over the age of 55 who undergo annual lung cancer screening with low-dose CT scans have improved survival relative to those who do not. However, the public health costs of mass screening are high compared with the cost of encouraging smokers to quit or teaching teenagers not to start smoking. Pls Subscriptions and Share : Follow us on: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFFnAEmlw80lqFPtJ4-DRPg sbs15625@gmail.com https://twitter.com/BariSadik https://www.facebook.com/sadikatulbari.sadik https://www.facebook.com/mats.dmf?ref=hl tabersdictionary.blogspot.com
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9 Early Signs of Lung Cancer
 
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Lung cancer may not produce any noticeable symptoms in the early stages. In approximately 40 percent of people diagnosed with lung cancer, the diagnosis is made after the disease has advanced. In one-third of those diagnosed, the cancer has reached stage 3. Cough that won't quit Be on alert for a new cough that lingers. A cough associated with a cold or respiratory infection will go away in a week or two, but a persistent cough that lingers can be a symptom of lung cancer. Don't be tempted to dismiss a stubborn cough, whether it is dry or produces mucus. See your doctor right away. They will listen to your lungs and may order an X-ray or other tests. Change in a cough Pay attention to any changes in a chronic cough, particularly if you are a smoker. If you are coughing more often, your cough is deeper or has hoarse sound, or you are coughing up blood or more mucus than usual, it's time to make a doctor's appointment. If a family member or friend experiences these changes, suggest that they visit their doctor. Breathing changes Shortness of breath or becoming easily winded can also be possible symptoms of lung cancer. Changes in breathing can occur if lung cancer blocks or narrows an airway, or if fluid from a lung tumor builds up in the chest. Make a point of noticing when you feel winded or short of breath. If you find it's difficult to breath after climbing stairs or performing tasks you could do before without having a hard time breathing, don't ignore it. Pain in the chest area Lung cancer may produce pain in the chest, shoulders, or back. An aching feeling may not be associated with coughing. Tell your doctor if you notice any type of chest pain, whether it is sharp, dull, constant, or comes and goes. You should also note whether it is confined to a specific area or is occurring throughout your chest. When lung cancer causes chest pain, the discomfort may result from enlarged lymph nodes or metastasis to the chest wall, the lining around the lungs called pleura, or the ribs. Wheezing When airways become constricted, blocked, or inflamed, the lungs produce a wheezing or whistling sound when you breathe. Wheezing can be associated with multiple causes, some of which are benign and easily treatable. However, wheezing is also a symptom of lung cancer, which is why it merits your doctor's attention. Don't assume that wheezing is caused by asthma or allergies. Have your doctor confirm the cause. Raspy, hoarse voice If you hear a significant change in your voice, or if someone else points out that your voice sounds deeper, hoarse, or raspier, get checked out by your doctor. Hoarseness can be caused by a simple cold, but this symptom may point to something more serious when it persists for more than two weeks. Hoarseness related to lung cancer can occur when the tumor affects the nerve that controls the larynx, or voice box. Drop in weight An unexplained weight loss of 10 pounds or more may be associated with lung cancer or another type of cancer. When cancer is present, this drop in weight may result from cancer cells using energy. It could also result from shifts in the way the body uses energy from food. Don't write off a change in your weight if you haven't been trying to shed pounds. It may be a clue to a change in your health. Bone pain Lung cancer that has spread to the bones may produce pain in the back or in other areas of the body. This pain may worsen at night while resting on the back. It may be difficult to differentiate between bone and muscle pain. Bone pain is often worse at night and increases with movement. Additionally, lung cancer is sometimes associated with shoulder, arm, or neck pain, although this is less common. Be attentive to your aches and pains, and discuss them with your doctor. Headache Headaches may be a sign that lung cancer has spread to the brain. However, not all headaches are associated with brain metastases. Sometimes, a lung tumor may create pressure on the superior vena cava. This is the large vein that moves blood from the upper body to the heart. The pressure can also trigger headaches. Subscribe ► https://goo.gl/1dVtUS Subscribe ► https://goo.gl/1dVtUS Subscribe ► https://goo.gl/1dVtUS Thank you for watching. Don't forget to comment, rate, and share this video. Subscribe for more videos from Intan Farisha. Hypnothis Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "do you remember the boy who smokes 40 cigarettes a day see what he looks like 8 years later!" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SwuQ4DOz7hg -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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MARK HOVERSON'S STAGE 4 CANCER STORY REVEALED...
 
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If you have been wondering what happened to Mark Hoverson lately, the rumors are real. He has been battling Stage 4 Cancer and has been staying alive miraculously. He chose not to share this news publicly until today. In this vlog I interview Mark Hoverson about his Cancer Story which is both sad and inspirational at the same time. I'll post the link to his full interview in this description when it becomes available next week. Please leave a comment for Mark to read below, and share this video to spread his story. Thank You. LINK TO FULL INTERVIEW (coming next week) WATCH YESTERDAYS VLOG: http://bit.ly/chrisrecordvlogs SUBSCRIBE & BECOME A RECORD BREAKER: http://chrisrecord.tv 📘MARK HOVERSON FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/hoverson1 📷 CHRIS RECORD INSTAGRAM: http://instagram.com/chrisrecord 👻 CHRIS RECORD SNAPCHAT: http://snapchrisrecord.com 📘CHRIS RECORD FACEBOOK: http://facebook.com/chrisrecord http://facebook.com/recordbreaker 📲 CONTACT CHRIS RECORD chris@chrisrecord.com http://chrisrecord.tv 🎥 RELATED VIDEOS & RESOURCES stage 4 lung cancer https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hE1YplR2d0Y This woman cured her stage 4 cancer with only one ingredient! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iFfofu-FerM Young Man Battles Cancer With A Smile https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aZhBw-jX9gs 5 Symptoms Of Colon Cancer You Should Not Ignore https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-FQorbdlgbg Sharon Kelly: Cannabis Killed My Terminal Stage IV Lung Cancer(Original Video) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-hUoyXKf81c
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Stages of dying,  End of days from Cancer
 
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Experiencing the dying process from cancer. Pancreatic Cancer. Hospice. End of Days. 1. Loss of appetite for food or water 2. Confusion, reaching into the air 3. Fatigue, sleeping most of the day 4. Comfort in the environment 5. Greyish skin, cold hands & feet. Swelling of ankles & feet 6. Breathing changes and the death rattle 7. Secretions and body shutting down 8. Hearing is the last sense to go Reduce pain, comfort.
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My CT scan results after 6 rounds of chemo - Metastatic Breast Cancer (lungs)
 
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Fast forward to today, after 6 rounds of chemo (sorry I haven't had time to edit and upload my vlogs but I'll definitely go back in time later), I finally receive my CT scan results which determine whether or not I need more chemo, or if I can move on to hormone therapy... the results? POSITIVE!!! My 6th round was finally, MY LAST!!! In this video I show the anxiety a cancer patient gets waiting for results. It's tough to watch but it's real! Read my blog at http://www.nalie.ca/blog SUBSCRIBE: http://www.youtube.com/nalieagustin FOLLOW ME: http://www.instagram.com/nalieagustin LIKE ME: http://www.facebook.com/officialnalie TWEET ME: http://www.twitter.com/nalieagustin DOWNLOAD MY GUIDE: http://www.chemosecrets.ca
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LIFE Before Death Cancer Pain
 
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DVD OUT NOW http://www.lifebeforedeath.com "Cancer Pain" Short Film 9 of 50 in the LIFE Before Death documentary series about the global crisis in untreated pain and the dramatic life changing effect palliative care services can deliver to patients and their families around the world. In this Short Film we discover that cancer is the most feared disease and the problem of cancer pain is an escalating problem worldwide. "Studies in a number of countries have shown when you ask people what disease worries them most if they thought they had it, cancer is streets ahead of anything else," reports Professor David Hill (Australia). Over 12 million people are likely to be diagnosed with cancer this year alone and 7 million will die of the disease. Cancer kills more people than AIDS and tuberculosis combined. "There are at least 5 million people who die of cancer each year with untreated pain," states Dr Kathleen Foley (USA). "We think this is an underestimate of pain in the world because there are 12 million survivors of cancer, people living with cancer, and we know about a third of them experience pain." Dr Eva Rossina Duarte Juarez (Guatemala) agrees that cancer is indeed painful. "In the situation of advanced illnesses, people need to be able to die in peace." Breast cancer patient Carmen (Australia) reflects that she doesn't fear death however she did fear the essential medications designed to treat her cancer pain. "I had a lot of pain on every level, whether it was physical or emotional." Dr Mark Boughey (Australia) of Caritas Christi Hospice in Melbourne explains, "When Carmen got here pain was the big issue... She had that really problematic neuropathic pain so you couldn't even touch her skin without her screaming and being distressed." "This problem is very much with us, it's a global problem, but also there are things we can do to bring the escalating problem of cancer under control," Professor David Hill. Carmen reflects that professional treatment of her pain brought back her sanity and quality of life. "I'm very blessed to have had this opportunity ... I've had really good care." Featuring Professor David Hill (Australia), Dr Kathleen Foley (USA), Dr Eva Rossina Duarte Juarez (Guatemala), Dr Mark Boughey (Australia), Carmen (Australia). LIFE Before Death will include 50 short films themed around pain control and end of life issues, releasing one a week for a year from May 2011. A feature film was released in early 2012 and is available at http://www.lifebeforedeath.com The project is presented by the Lien Foundation and produced by Moonshine Movies. It is also supported by the International Association for the Study of Pain, The Mayday Fund, the Union for International Cancer Control and The Institute for Palliative Medicine at San Diego Hospice International Programs. To Share Your Story visit http://www.TreatThePain.com
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Episode 11: Lung Cancer Cleared in 10 Weeks with Cannabis Paste
 
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David, from Eastern Canada (who does not want us to use his last name) cleared himself of lung cancer in just 10 weeks using cannabis paste. Use next link to contribute to this subtitle www.youtube.com/timedtext_video?v=V9f20DWgEZk&ref=share
Views: 5154 Cannabis Health Radio
How Long Can You Live With Stage 4 Lung Cancer Without Treatment?
 
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Jan 2016 hi, i'm 41 and was diagnosed with stage 4 lung cancer two weeks ago. Wide spread metastasis can have scans that become normal and long survival. What to expect in the last stages lung cancer prognosis news medical. Can you tell me how long can someone with terminal lung cancer live, after treatment 4. Lung cancer what to expect? All can anyone survive stage four cancer? Messages compass. And, with treatment, around one quarter of those will survive for at least 2 years 9 jan 2014 sure, i'd think, you're doing great now, but you weren't stage iv, after another shared how long she or he had been living lung cancer. Though stage 4 is terminal it still possible to have some treatment ease the on 30th may that mum has just weeks live certainly not months. I hope someone comes along soon to chat. Googleusercontent search. As in almost all cancer treatments, your best bet is to get into a clinical trial. How long can you live with lung cancer without treatment learn how someone and receiving any what is the prognosis for stage 4 cancer? Quora. Spend as much time you can with your mom and have fun 2. Even with stage iv lung cancer, long term survival is possible cancer non small cell statistics 4 the roy castle foundation. Give an accurate estimate of how long individual will survive with a certain disease. Survival of patients with non small cell lung cancer without treatment stage 4 life expectancy how long can a person live? Sharecare. What is stage 4 lung cancer life expectancy? Verywell. Seventy three percent (11 15) of the studies reported number patients with stage iii iv nsclc 16 feb 2017 4 lung cancer life expectancy without treatment there are many show that learning what you can about improve your estimate how long someone will survive certain diseases a answers (4) person live all depends on at which it be treated either surgery or radiation therapy alone. When treating cancer is not an option the new york times. Feb 2013 the pooled mean survival for patients without anticancer treatment in untreated lung cancer live on average 7. Without treatment, the average life expectancy for extensive disease is 2 to 4 my mum has been diagnosed with level lung cancer. So i say, help out as much you can, spend time with them, force them to eat and drink. And gloom merchants no one can tell you how long are going to live. 22 jul 2017 and, if diagnosed in a more advanced stage, you can be treatable and your survival rate of living up to a year may increase up to 40 percent. Chemo, they say radiation therapy won't help her, or surgery because it has spread i also am 61 and have stage iv lung cancer, both lungs, but no node involvement. Years with treatment and almost 6 months without on this page you will find information about the number of people who are diagnosed when nsclc has spread outside lungs, it can be difficult to treat. Family, and the physician is how long patient expected to live. Non small cell lung cancer survival rates, by stage. A
Views: 2488 Don't Question Me
Cancer victim shares final photos to raise awareness
 
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A28-year-old woman given just days to live after discovering she had bowel cancer is sharing photos of her final days to raise awareness of the terrible disease.Amy Redhead, from the West Midlands, had suffered abdominal pain but was only sent for tests after she discovered a lump in her stomach.She was found to have an aggressive form of cancer which had spread to her liver.After initially being given months to live she was recently told the outlook was worse than first thought and is being treated in a hospice.Ms Redhead turned down chemotherapy to lengthen her life, saying she wanted to live her final days as healthily as possible, and is now using social media to warn others about the disease.Her sister Emily, 22, said: 'Amy is so stubborn and it was no surprise when she refused chemotherapy, the doctors had already told us it would only give us more time.'She said she'd rather have less time and feel healthier in herself so that's what she chose to do.'We're so grateful to have celebrated her birthday, Christmas, New Year and our dad, Robert's, 76th birthday together.'Amy has shared her story on social media throughout her ordeal but now she's not well enough to do so for herself anymore, we're doing it for her.'We're sharing the photos of her in the hospice from the past few days to show others the physical impact bowel cancer has on the body.'We are so proud of the fight she's put up for the last few months, she has been so brave but she has said she's ready to die now and no longer be in pain.' Ms Redhead has already planned her funeral and has created a memory box to ease the pain for her family when she's gone She was diagnosed with colitis - inflammation of the inner lining of the intestine - from the age of 11 and was warned that she was at a higher risk of developing bowel cancer.Her sister added: 'Amy was fit and enjoying the gym just weeks before she was diagnosed.'We don't know whether she first blamed her symptoms on her colitis but we want people to be aware of any changes if you have the condition.'It's important that those with the illness keep on top of their regular checks.'If something feels different or you have an unusual pain then get it checked, as it could have saved Amy's life.' She added: 'Our parents, Lynn, 63, and Robert, have always told us not to argue when we'd have silly rows as we'd only have each other once they were gone.'Amy's diagnosis has made me realise how important siblings are and to never take the little things for granted.'She's still fighting at the moment and we'll be there with her when she takes her final breath.' Ms Redhead decided to stop all of her medication last week and is being cared for Primrose Hospice in Bromsgrove.
Views: 98923 Daily News
Day 1 of cannabis treatment for Dad's cancer. Wed, 06/01/2016
 
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Dad has stage 4 lung cancer. Dr's said that it's terminal. Chemotherapy/radiation didn't work, so now we're trying hemp/CBD oil for treatment. Today is day 1. 06/01/16 We will be doing video updates hopefully every week to 2 weeks.
Views: 6893 Blaine Hernandez
Stage-4 Cancer Cured in 7 Weeks without Chemo
 
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http://holisticoralhealthsummit.com presents Dr. Robert Kleinwaks and Jonathan Landsman, Host of the Holistic Oral Health Summit - which teaches you how to identify, prevent and eliminate the roots of disease. Get FREE access - register now: http://holisticoralhealthsummit.com
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A Photo a Day - One Year with Lung Cancer
 
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My husband Harlan took my picture every day for a year, starting on the day I was diagnosed with lung cancer. See more at www.jenglass.com
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Young cancer patient spends his final days at home
 
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WDIV-TV 4 story about a young cancer patient named Alex, who spent his final days at home as part of the St. John Hospice Walk With Me Program, our pediatric hospice program. To learn more about the Walk With Me program, visit http://www.stjohnprovidence.org/hospice/walkwithme
Views: 432229 Ascension Michigan
Listen Out for Lung Cancer
 
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Listen out for the symptoms of lung cancer among your family, friends, community and colleagues. If you have any of these three key symptoms, you should see your doctor, irrespective of whether you smoke or not. Early diagnosis of lung cancer doubles the 5-year survival rate. The three key symptoms of lung cancer you should listen out for include: - Persistent cough (lasting longer than 3 weeks) - Change in cough - Coughing up blood
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Whipple Procedure - The Nebraska Medical Center
 
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The Whipple procedure is the most commonly performed surgical procedure for pancreatic cancer. The operation involves removal of the head of the pancreas, part of the small intestine, the gall bladder, part of the stomach, and lymph nodes near the head of the pancreas. Surgical oncologist Dr. Aaron Sasson explains what patients undergoing a Whipple procedure might expect in terms of hospitalization and recovery. For more information about The Nebraska Medical Center, call 1-800-922-0000 or visit http://www.nebraskamed.com
Views: 4798 Nebraska Medicine
Cannabis oil  Killed My Terminal Stage IV Lung Cancer
 
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http://plantofrenown.com/ Listen to Sharon Kelly share how cannabis oil killed her terminal stage 4 lung cancer
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Dog Dies of Cancer After Sniffing Out Her Owner's Lung Cancer
 
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A beloved dog who sniffed out her owner's cancer has passed away from the disease herself. Heidi the German Shepherd/Lab mix made headlines last year when her owner, Anne Wills, credited the dog's odd behavior with saving her life. Heidi, a trained search and rescue dog started acting strangely last February. Anne took Heidi to the vet, but he couldn't figure out what was wrong. Then Anne decided to go to the doctor herself. To her shock, a cat scan revealed that she had Stage 3 lung cancer.
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Lung Cancer Stage 4 - Dr. Balazs Halmos
 
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Balazs Halmos, M.D., the Section Chief of Thoracic Surgery at NewYork-Presbyterian/Columbia University Medical Center, discusses the diagnosis and treatment of a stage 4 lung cancer patient.
86% Of Lung Cancer Cells Can Be Cured By Drinking This Tea Three Times A Day
 
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Home Health Home Remedies 86% Of Lung Cancer Cells Can Be Cured By Drinking This Tea Three Times A Day 86% Of Lung Cancer Cells Can Be Cured By Drinking This Tea Three Times A Day Health, Home Remedies You probably wonder what does parsley has to do with cancer treatments? Believe it or not, it is more than a garnish for your meals. A recent study suggest that a certain substance called Apigen found in parsley can destroy lung cancer cells up to 86% in vitro, or in a petri dish. Parsley is not the only gift of nature that contains apigenin, but it is still the richest source of this flavonoid. The best way to consume parsley is by making a tea out of it. You can prepare the parsley tea on the following way: 1. Chop 15 grams of parsley root into cubes and pour 200 ml of previously boiled water. 2. Put it on the heater for another 5 minutes. 3. Leave it covered for 15 minutes and strain it after that. Simply consume 3 cups a day if you want to feel the benefits of its healing power. Besides a possible cure for lung cancer, parsley is considered to be the best medicine which removes sand and stones from kidneys. It is also known to treat urinary infections successfully and is a strong diuretic.
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Can Chemo Help Stage 4 Lung Cancer?
 
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Treatments for stage iv adenocarcinoma of the lung cancer chemotherapy is main treatment small cell. What is stage 4 lung cancer life expectancy? Verywell. Systemic therapy for stage iv non small cell lung cancer treatment choices cancer, by. Stage iv nsclc is widespread when it diagnosed. 31 aug 2015 no specific treatment or combination of treatments works for every patient. Stage iv lung cancer is cure possible? Ncbi nih. Stage 4 cancer treatments & therapies non small cell lung combination webmd. Stage iv lung cancer prognosis a new era of hope in cure today. You might have between 4 to 6 cycles of chemotherapy 18 apr 2016 as immunotherapy revolutionizes lung cancer treatment, scientists are considering because these tumors resistant some types. Googleusercontent search. At oasis of hope we employ specialized stage 4 cancer treatments for patients going through metastasis. Systemic therapy for stage iv lung cancer may help lengthen and 23 jun 2017 treating nsclc. Treatment for stage 4 lung cancer 101 non small cell what are the treatments iv cancer? . In stage iv patients, radiation is used only for palliation of symptoms if you have been recently diagnosed, we will review your pathology to confirm common treatments non small cell lung cancer in chief, division pulmonary services, department medicine at treatment centers america; Chief staff, program director, director keywords chemotherapy, cure, cancer, the diagnosis requires high index suspicion as it can be easily confused with tuberculosis 34 e12, and p63 help classify further subtypes (nsclc) 4 life expectancy vary considerably among different these may not improve survival but 8 2013 he under iv, doctor said please assist, there any way that cured? From what told me, dad has just started chemotherapy. For people with non small cell lung tumors that can be surgically removed, evidence suggests chemotherapy after surgery, known as adjuvant chemotherapy, may help prevent the cancer from returning. Treatment options depend on where the cancer has spread, number of tumors, and your overall health 12 feb 2010 i was diagnosed with stage 4 lung about 1&1 2 months ago, after treatments tumor in my gone lymph nodes chemotherapy radiation. Why do people with advanced cancer undergo chemotherapy palliative care and pain management for lung other when treating is not an option the new york times. The contreras alternative cancer treatment (c act) protocol has treated 26 mar 2010 what type and combination of treatments you receive is based on for stage iv lung cancers, the goal chemotherapy usually not to cure 7 nov 2012 weeks colleagues honed in 1,193 participants cancors study, all whom had more than 20 percent patients with (n 710) truthful conversations that acknowledge death help about late they can get 13 2016 various have been found prolong life by months many debilitating painful symptoms 19 overall, 69 those 4 81 if think will you, you're less open q does low dose brain radiation prevent met
Views: 544 Don't Question Me
New clinical trials underway for advanced lung cancer patients
 
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There was word this week of what is being described as a pioneering clinical trial being done in the U.K. for patients with advanced lung cancer. What's so novel about this development?Hari Sreenivasan spoke to Dr. Mark Kris, an oncologist at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, about what makes this clinical trial so interesting.
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Interview with Dennis Fulcher, Lung Cancer Stage 3B
 
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This video is hopefully inspiring to those who have struggled with a terminal diagnoses of cancer or have families or friends that have been affected by this disease. The following questions are answered: 1) What is your current situation and diagnosis? 2) How do you take this kind of news? 3) What are some stories you would like to share? 4) Whats something that has recently happened to you on this journey? Also my youngest daughter describes her "spin" on what happened. The intent is to encourage viewers with my perceptions on life through the eyes of faith. My core scripture is now Romans 8:28. "And we know that God causes all things to work together for good to those who love God, who are called according to His purpose." I believe that what is most important is NOT to sit around and ask, "why did this happen to me?" because I had none of the common risk factors, such as smoking, The bigger question is, "What can I do to make the best of the situation and live each day like it's the Superbowl?", because time is so precious. This is not a preachy type of interview that slams non-believers, but hopefully, shows how to deal with what lies ahead from a concerned father's perspective, Doctors agree on my prognosis there is only a single digit chance to live 5 years. Prior to this video, I had seen over six doctors that specialize in this field. Also, I encourage anyone who has a terminal cancer diagnoses to research their options carefully, and understand about recent breakthroughs such as DNA sequencing and CD47 with Stanford University (still a ways out at this point). I hope to obtain the best medical treatment in the world at MD Anderson in Houston, but understand that my hope does not lie solely in that outcome, but also in a God who can deliver us through the fire, or completely out of the fire, whatever He chooses to do. As an electrical engineer employed with the U.S. Air Force through the DOD, I've learned to analyze, research and investigate software requirements for the B-1 Bomber using operational flight programs through the system program office (SPO). I'm very grateful to the Air Force and Department of Defense for trusting me and hopefully find better days ahead in my career. Life Church in OKC has been my home for the last 3 years and I've found it to be a source of great teaching, strength and friendship. Yes, it pretty much rocks. Check it out at www.lifechurch.tv
Views: 6594 Dennis Fulcher
Longest lung cancer survivor refused chemo in 1975! Carl Helvie and Chris Wark (Chris Beat Cancer)
 
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Chris Wark interviews Carl Helvie, the longest living lung cancer survivor. Carl refused chemo and used natural methods to heal himself in 1975 after being given 6 months to live! Carl is the longest known lung cancer survivor. He searched until he found a physician willing to try nutritional therapy. He took several supplements including enzymes and vitamins A and E. He also ate apricot kernels. For links to Carl's book and the supplements mentioned in this video go to: http://www.chrisbeatcancer.com/carl-helvie-longest-living-lung-cancer-survivor ============== Subscribe to my youtube channel here: http://www.chrisbeatcancer.com/subscribe-yt If you or someone you care about has cancer, make sure you download my powerful free guide: 20 Questions For Your Oncologist Learn the best questions to ask before starting treatment: http://www.chrisbeatcancer.com/20qyt Watch this video! What every cancer patient needs to know: http://www.chrisbeatcancer.com/every-cancer-patient-yt I created a coaching program for cancer patients called SQUARE ONE (Get Module 1 for free through the link below) http://www.chrisbeatcancer.com/health-coaching-cancer-coaching-yt Subscribe to Chris Beat Cancer on YouTube: http://www.chrisbeatcancer.com/subscribe-yt ============== The information in this video is not intended as medical advice. In addition to searching the Internet for information related cancer and health, please consider consulting with a qualified medical healthcare professional. #chrisbeatcancer
Views: 126893 chrisbeatcancer
Facing Cancers Final Stages - A conversation about accepting a terminal diagnosis
 
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This is my first video clip of hanging out with a friend of twenty years who just got a devastating stage four terminal cancer diagnosis. Her positivity is inspiring. Her approach to life was one of acceptance and non-judgement and it comes through in the conversation I had with her on August 1, 2009. You may also want to review Video clip one, where we are looking at pictures from the good old days. Dagmar passed away peacefully a few months later. She did not believe in traditional religion but considered herself spirituell. Thank you for the many lovely comments, she would have appreciated them very much. Dagmar understood that this cancer was part of the choices she made in life. She wrestled with the diagnosis of cancer, didn't want to acknowledge that she had it. When she finally went to see a doctor (she could not afford medical insurance) the bile duct cancer had spread.
Views: 128772 Growth Architecture
A Severe Form Of Lung Cancer Cured With Honey - Recipe
 
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A Severe Form Of Lung Cancer Cured With Honey Recipe Don't Forget To Subscribe: https://goo.gl/GxNHT4 Find us on Facebook : https://goo.gl/Gedy3J FInd us on Google+ : https://goo.gl/TDKbpr Visit our website : https://goo.gl/gACZbb Thank You, dont forget to subscribe
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Causes of Lung Cancer for Non-Smokers -- The Doctors
 
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Subscribe to The Doctors: http://bit.ly/SubscribeTheDrs LIKE us on Facebook: http://bit.ly/FacebookTheDoctors Follow us on Twitter: http://bit.ly/TheDrsTwitter Follow us on Pinterest: http://bit.ly/PinterestTheDrs Music icon Donna Summer, known as "The Queen of Disco," passed away in 2012 from lung cancer, unrelated to smoking. Oncologist Dr. Lawrence Piro and The Doctors discuss the chances of a non-smoker developing lung cancer.
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Be Clear on Cancer TV commercial - Cough for 3 weeks or more?
 
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Been coughing for 3 weeks or more? It could be a sign of lung diesase, including cancer. Finding it early makes it more treatable. So don't ignore it, tell your doctor. Visit: www.nhs.uk/beclearoncancer Follow on Facebook: www.facebook.com/beclearoncancer Follow on Twitter: www.twitter.com/beclearoncancer
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Jill: Lung Cancer and Jelly Beans 2017
 
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What can jelly beans teach us about Lung Cancer? You might be surprised!
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Stage 4 Colon Cancer (Spread to Liver and Lung) # 6
 
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Just got news on March 12, 2018 that cancer has spread in my liver, lung, and now there is retroperitoneal metastatic disease as well.
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Woman Shares Final Moments After Cancer Diagnosis
 
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ID: 1472164 A beautiful woman who has been given just days to live has shared her final photos after her shocking cancer diagnosis. Amy Redhead, 28, battled severe abdominal pain before her sudden bowel cancer diagnosis last October. The aggressive disease had already spread to 70 per cent of her liver and Amy’s cancer was terminal. After being offered chemotherapy to prolong her life, she refused and instead decided to enjoy her final months without feeling unwell. **To use or license this video please contact Licensing@catersnews.com** Company Information: Caters Clips is owned and operated by Caters News Agency Ltd, an international multimedia content provider. We supply news, picture, video and feature stories to the world’s largest media publishers. All videos aired on this channel have been licensed from their rightful owners. For media / licensing / broadcast usages, please contact Licensing@catersnews.com www.catersnews.com Connect with Caters: Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Caters_News Like our Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CatersTV Visit our website: https://www.catersnews.com
Views: 12858 Caters Clips
9 Early Signs and Symptoms of Lung Cancer That You Should Not Ignore
 
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Lung cancer may not produce any noticeable symptoms in the early stages. In approximately 40 percent of people diagnosed with lung cancer, the diagnosis is made after the disease has advanced. In one-third of those diagnosed, the cancer has reached stage 3. Read on to learn more about lung cancer symptoms, what to watch out and listen for, and how early screening may help people at high risk for the disease. 1. Cough that won’t quit Be on alert for a new cough that lingers. A cough associated with a cold or respiratory infection will go away in a week or two, but a persistent cough that lingers can be a symptom of lung cancer. Don’t be tempted to dismiss a stubborn cough, whether it is dry or produces mucus. See your doctor right away. They will listen to your lungs and may order an X-ray or other tests. 2. Change in a cough Pay attention to any changes in a chronic cough, particularly if you are a smoker. If you are coughing more often, your cough is deeper or has hoarse sound, or you are coughing up blood or more mucus than usual, it’s time to make a doctor’s appointment. If a family member or friend experiences these changes, suggest that they visit their doctor. 3. Breathing changes Shortness of breath or becoming easily winded can also be possible symptoms of lung cancer. Changes in breathing can occur if lung cancer blocks or narrows an airway, or if fluid from a lung tumor builds up in the chest. Make a point of noticing when you feel winded or short of breath. If you find it’s difficult to breath after climbing stairs or performing tasks you could do before without having a hard time breathing, don’t ignore it. 4. Pain in the chest area Lung cancer may produce pain in the chest, shoulders, or back. An aching feeling may not be associated with coughing. Tell your doctor if you notice any type of chest pain, whether it is sharp, dull, constant, or comes and goes. You should also note whether it is confined to a specific area or is occurring throughout your chest. When lung cancer causes chest pain, the discomfort may result from enlarged lymph nodes or metastasis to the chest wall, the lining around the lungs called pleura, or the ribs. 5. Wheezing When airways become constricted, blocked, or inflamed, the lungs produce a wheezing or whistling sound when you breathe. Wheezing can be associated with multiple causes, some of which are benign and easily treatable. However, wheezing is also a symptom of lung cancer, which is why it merits your doctor’s attention. Don’t assume that wheezing is caused by asthma or allergies. Have your doctor confirm the cause. 6. Raspy, hoarse voice If you hear a significant change in your voice, or if someone else points out that your voice sounds deeper, hoarse, or raspier, get checked out by your doctor. Hoarseness can be caused by a simple cold, but this symptom may point to something more serious when it persists for more than two weeks. Hoarseness related to lung cancer can occur when the tumor affects the nerve that controls the larynx, or voice box. 7. Drop in weight An unexplained weight loss of 10 pounds or more may be associated with lung cancer or another type of cancer. When cancer is present, this drop in weight may result from cancer cells using energy. It could also result from shifts in the way the body uses energy from food. Don’t write off a change in your weight if you haven’t been trying to shed pounds. It may be a clue to a change in your health. 8. Bone pain Lung cancer that has spread to the bones may produce pain in the back or in other areas of the body. This pain may worsen at night while resting on the back. It may be difficult to differentiate between bone and muscle pain. Bone pain is often worse at night and increases with movement. Additionally, lung cancer is sometimes associated with shoulder, arm, or neck pain, although this is less common. Be attentive to your aches and pains, and discuss them with your doctor. 9. Headache Headaches may be a sign that lung cancer has spread to the brain. However, not all headaches are associated with brain metastases. Sometimes, a lung tumor may create pressure on the superior vena cava. This is the large vein that moves blood from the upper body to the heart. The pressure can also trigger headaches. Subscribe to the channel, watch more videos, like or share a video and leave a comment. Thanks.
Views: 1788 STAY HEALTHY
Using Chemotherapy to Treat Lung Cancer
 
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Dr. Abraham Chachoua of NYU Langone's Perlmutter Cancer Center outlines what patients can expect when receiving chemotherapy to treat lung cancer. In addition to explaining the goals of treatment, his overview also includes a introduction to the major types of lung cancer and the role of targeted therapies. Learn more about Dr. Chachoua: http://www.nyulangone.org/doctors/1518968643/abraham-chachoua Learn more about Perlmutter Cancer Center: http://www.nyulangone.org/locations/perlmutter-cancer-center This video project was made possible with the generous support of the Stephen E. Banner Fund for Lung Cancer Research.
Views: 4963 NYU Langone Health