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M.D. describes  Lance Armstrong effect,  heat kills cancer
 
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ABC News medical interview with Dr. Donald Trump about how cancer is sensitive to heat. Hyperthermia therapy is a treatment used in battling cancer by heating tumors. The Heating is about as warm as a hot tub. Research has shown that heat can damage or kill cancer cells in some tumors while also making radiation and chemotherapy more effective. While it has been known for hundreds of years that fevers can kill cancer, only recently has technology been developed that can control and focus heat specifically on tumors. Local hyperthermia treatment (heat applied to a very small area, such as a tumor) is a well-established cancer treatment. Primary malignant tumors have a bad blood circulation, which make them more sensitive to changes in temperature. "Our own clinical experience and the results of numerous published studies are highly encouraging in that increased use of hyperthermia will improve the quality of life for cancer patients and improve control of cancer recurrences." Dr. Gerald Sokol, New Hope Cancer Center, Hudson, FL. "Hyperthermia is offering our patients new hope. We are often seeing faster responses, better cancer control, and fewer side effects." Dr. Leland Rogers, GammaWest, Salt Lake City, Utah "Hyperthermia gives us a method to treat people when there are few other alternatives. It's an additional form of treatment that can be done in difficult cases, usually without serious side effects or complications." Dr. Steven Stroup, Centennial Hospital, Nashville, Tenn. "When the tumor is of larger size, it is unresectable surgically. Also, radiation has less effect on the center part of the tumor, which is deprived of the oxygen blood supply and the nutrients. By increasing the temperature of the tissues from 42-44 degrees centigrade, (hyperthermia) increases the circulation, increases the oxygenation, so that the radiation is more effective." Nasir Syed, Long Beach Memorial Center, Long Beach, CA
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Lance Armstrong's Secrets Revealed!
 
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How the mighty have fallen. Alex Jones comments on the Lance Armstrong doping scandal. infowars.com prisonplanet.cm
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Lance Armstrong defiant in face of doping allegations
 
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A defiant Lance Armstrong on Wednesday rebutted the US Anti-Doping Agency's claims that he is a drug cheat, telling throngs of supporters at a Montreal cancer conference: "I won the Tour de France seven times."Duration: 00:56
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Commentary: The case against Lance Armstrong
 
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Read the full story here: http://lat.ms/TgNsNM Times reporter Lance Pugmire and columnist Helene Elliott will discuss Lance Armstrong.
How to Do Testicular Cancer Self Exams : How to Test for Testicular Cancer
 
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Tests performed to discover testicular cancer in this free men's health video. Expert: Dr. Susan Jewell Bio: Dr. Susan Jewell is a British born educated bilingual Asian with a British accent and can speak Cantonese. Filmmaker: Susan Jewell
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My cancer therapy - Cycling, a form of stress relief
 
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I'v been fighting cancer since Sept.2012 ,I use alternative methods .Faith that Jesus can heal faithful followers is the # 1 part of my therapy , and the second part is my diet - consisting of mostly raw veges (some cooked) , and my exercise program which is mostly on one of my bikes . I do both off road riding and on road riding . In this video I'm on a go cart track. I usually ride for 1.5 to 2 hours several times a week . On rainy days or when its below 40 im on my indoor trainer racing against Lance Armstrong on video . I'd like to thank the Livestrong foundation for putting together a great web site loaded with cancer fighting strategies and tips .
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'14 years he put egg on my face'
 
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Guest Rick Reilly joins Bill Weir to discuss that status of his relationship with disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong
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Lance Armstrong's may have to payback millions
 
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The insurance company that underwrote Armstrong's bonuses have made a demand for the return of bonus money paid to him. For more CNN videos, check out our YouTube channel at http://www.youtube.com/cnn Or visit our site at http://www.cnn.com/video/
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Lance Headstrong, a parody of Lance Armstrong. #5
 
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Lance Headstrong, a parody of Lance Armstrong. I did a version of Lance Headstrong on David Litterman, a parody. A color Flash drawn animation, using my cut and paste method of animation. I was going to do whole series of these short cartoon segments, I had many different story ideas, and whichever proved popular, I would do more on that one. This whole project came about because my black and white silhouette movie, LOST ISLAND turned out to unsuccessful, I spent hundreds of hours, over a full year on 52 minutes of that film, went into debt on bank loans and credit cards to live the 14 months I was working full time on the silhouette movie. And I made zero in return, I was wondering if the fact that it was only a simple B&W film kept people from seeing any value in it. So I decided to use color in my method of Flash animation. That is why I made a bunch of cartoon animations. I also added sexy situations in my updates of popular animated cartoons thinking that maybe sex sells, maybe I could post the 1st 3 episodes of sexy cartoons for free and get guys to pay something for the other episodes to complete the story. I worked another whole year animating a couple of hours of various cartoons and hosting them on an adult site I bought. One whole year of animating, and only one guy paid $1 for another episode. Now I was $30,000 in debt, and had an income of $1 total. Not a good deal! So eventually I closed down adult sites I had, and spent a few months converting the cartoons to more acceptable general public versions. Then I added a bunch of how to videos. None of the marketing by video methods I read about seemed to work, so the color cartoon idea was abandoned, but you can see how I do fairly simple animation, and get so much more fairly OK animation quickly. I can do 3 minutes of finished animation a week, a whole movie in a year with my simplified Flash motor-mouth method. But I guess people prefer a more "finished" look. Now I am in the process of changing the whole silhouette movie LOST ISLAND into a full length CG movie using 3D animated models I have created myself, check it out at lostislandmovie.com .
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Lance Armstrong settles $100M whistleblower lawsuit with US government
 
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Lance Armstrong settles $100M whistleblower lawsuit with US government Lance Armstrong has reached a $5 million settlement with the federal government in a whistleblower lawsuit that could have sought $100 million in damages from the cyclist who was stripped of his record seven Tour de France victories after admitting he used performance-enhancing drugs throughout much of his career. The deal announced Thursday came as the two sides prepared for a trial that was scheduled to start May 7 in Washington. Armstrong's former U.S. Postal Service teammate Floyd Landis filed the original lawsuit in 2010 and is eligible for up to 25 percent of the settlement. Seeking millions spent sponsoring Armstrong's powerhouse teams, the government joined the lawsuit against Armstrong in 2013 after his televised confession to using steroids and other performance-enhancing drugs and methods. Armstrong had already retired, but the confession shattered the legacy of one of the most popular sports figures in the world. In a statement to The Associated Press, Armstrong said he's happy to have "made peace with the Postal Service." "While I believe that their lawsuit against me was meritless and unfair, and while I am spending a lot of money to resolve it, I have since 2013 tried to take full responsibility for my mistakes and inappropriate conduct, and make amends wherever possible," he said. "I rode my heart out for the Postal cycling team, and was always especially proud to wear the red, white and blue eagle on my chest when competing in the Tour de France. Those memories are very real and mean a lot to me." The settlement clears the 46-year-old Armstrong of the most damaging legal issues still facing the cyclist since his downfall. He had already taken huge hits financially, losing all his major sponsors and being forced to pay more than $20 million in damages and settlements in a series of lawsuits. The government's lawsuit would have been the biggest by far. Armstrong is still believed to be worth millions based on a vast investment portfolio and homes in Austin, Texas, and Aspen, Colorado. He also owns a pair of bicycle shops in Austin and WeDu, an endurance events company. He also hosts a regular podcast in which he interviews other sports figures and celebrities and has provided running commentary on the Tour de France. Armstrong had built a world-wide following during his career winning races and fighting cancer. His personal story of recovering from testicular cancer that had spread to his brain, while forcefully denying persistent rumors of doping, had built his Lance Armstrong Foundation cancer charity into a $500 million global brand and turned him into a celebrity. The foundation, which removed him from its board and renamed itself Livestrong, has seen donations and revenue plummet since Armstrong's confession. Armstrong's team was already under the Postal Service sponsorship when he won his first Tour de France in 1999. The media frenzy that followed pushed the agency to sign the team for another five years. Armstrong and his teams dominated cycling's marquee event, winning every year from 1999-2005. Armstrong's cheating was finally uncovered in 2012 when the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency, armed with sworn testimony from Landis and other former teammates, moved to strip Armstrong of his titles. Landis, himself a former doping cheat who was stripped of his 2006 Tour de France title, sued Armstrong under the federal False Claims Act, alleging Armstrong and his team committed fraud against the government when they cheated while riding under the Postal Service banner. According to court records, the contract paid the team, which was operated by Tailwind Sports Corp., about $32 million from 2000 to 2004. Armstrong got nearly $13.5 million. Under the lawsuit, the government could have pursued "treble" damages, which could have reached the $100 million range. As the person who filed the original lawsuit, Landis is eligible for up to 25 percent of the settlement, which will include an additional $1.65 million paid to Landis' attorneys. Armstrong had claimed he didn't owe the Postal Service anything because the agency made far more off the sponsorship than it paid; Armstrong's lawyers introduced internal studies for the agency that calculated benefits in media exposure topping $100 million. The government countered that Armstrong had been "unjustly enriched" through the sponsorship and that the negative fallout from the doping scandal tainted the agency's reputation. Armstrong had been the target of a federal criminal grand jury, but that case was closed without charges in February 2012. Armstrong had previously tried to settle the Landis whistleblower lawsuit, but those talks broke down before the government announced its intention to join the case.
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Team Training at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute
 
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Watch how Dana-Farber Cancer Institute coordinates patient care through Team Training, an interdisciplinary approach to delivering safe, high quality, patient-centered care. Learn more about how we care for our patients at www.dana-farber.org.
Nikola Tesla | Transformation From 10 To 86 Years Old
 
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Famous As: Father Of Radio Nationality: American Birth Date: July 10, 1856 Died At Age: 86 Sun Sign: Cancer Born In: Smiljan, Austrian Empire (Modern-Day Croatia) Father: Milutin Tesla Mother: Duka Tesla Siblings: Angelina, Dane, Marica, Milka Died On: January 7, 1943 Place Of Death: New York City, New York, USA Diseases & Disabilities: Dyslexia ---------------------------- Nikola Tesla was a Serbian-American inventor, best known for his development of alternating current electrical systems. He also made extraordinary contributions to the fields of electromagnetism and wireless radio communications. He was a child prodigy and possessed an eidetic memory with a futuristic vision for the mankind which is evident from most of his discoveries and researches. He was a trained electrical and mechanical engineer whose discoveries and inventions included the modern electric motor, wireless transmission of energy, basic laser and radar technology, the first neon and fluorescent illumination and the Tesla coil (widely used in radio, television sets, and other electronic equipment).Despite being a great inventor, his life was mostly shadowed by poverty because he was a terrible businessman. He was impractical with his money and had nobody to pass on his legacy to since he never got involved in a relationship with anyone. Although he was regarded as a generous and polite person by his friends, he had very limited social interaction with them because of his firm daily routine. He was a loner all his life and died penniless without the accolades that he would ultimately earn after his death. He was undoubtedly one of the most influential inventors of the 20th century whose discoveries in the field of electricity were way ahead of his time and continue to influence technology even today. ------------------------- Childhood & Early Life He was born on July 10, 1856 in the village of Smiljan, Austrian Empire, to Milutin Tesla, an orthodox priest and his wife, Djuka Mandic, an inventive homemaker who, in her spare time, created household appliances. He was the fourth of five children in his family. He had an eidetic memory with a knack for electrical inventions. He always credited his mother’s genetic influence for his creative abilities. He received his early education of German, arithmetic, and religion from the primary school in Smiljan. In 1870, he was enrolled at the Higher Real Gymnasium in Karlovac and graduated the four year course within three years in 1873 with the help of his extraordinary intelligence In 1875, he attended the Austrian Polytechnic in Graz, Austria, on a Military Frontier scholarship. He was a brilliant student in his first year but got addicted to gambling in his second year at the college which ruined his graduation and he was not able to obtain a degree. ------------------- Career In 1881, he worked as a draftsman in the Central Telegraph Office in Budapest. Later he became the chief electrician in the Budapest Telephone Exchange and made significant improvements to the Central Station equipment. In 1882, he was employed by the Continental Edison Company in France as a designer of electrical equipment. After two years, he was shifted to New York to work for Thomas Edison, helping him to redesign the direct current generators. His idea of improving Edison’s inefficient motors and generators through the polyphase alternating current system prompted Edison to promise him a prize money of fifty thousand dollars if he did it successfully. He completed his task and demanded the prize money to which Edison replied that his challenge was just a form of American humor. Tesla immediately resigned from his job. In 1888, he was hired by the industrialist George Westinghouse, who was impressed by his idea for the polyphase system, to develop the alternating current electric supply system. Ultimately, he won the war of currents with Edison’s DC system by demonstrating the marvels of electric appliances via alternating current. Soon he established his own laboratory and invested his time and energy on numerous experiments including the ‘Tesla Coil’, carbon button lamp, on the power of electrical resonance, and on various types of lighting. In 1899, he moved to Colorado Springs where he established his laboratory for creating a wireless global energy transmission system. He experimented on man-made lightning for sharing information and providing free electricity throughout the world wirelessly. In 1900, he began his work on establishing the trans-Atlantic wireless telecommunications facility in Wardenclyffe, near Shoreham, Long Island. He performed many experiments in the facility but due to shortage of funds, he was forced to sell it around the time of World War I. Later in life, he announced a method of transmitting mechanical energy with minimal loss over any terrestrial distance and a method of accurately determining the location of underground mineral deposits.
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Planet Cancer Book
 
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Planet Cancer Book
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I support Lance Armstrong
 
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Since the announcement from Lance that he would no longer fight the USADA, the Facebook page "I support Lance Armstrong" was created to show him we still support and believe in him. These are some of the words from this facebook page in support from his fans. While listening to one of the greatest sprint finishes ever in Tour de France history. Thanks Lance for all that you do!
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Report Depicts Lance Armstrong as Ring Leader of Doping Ring
 
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In a report by the USADA, cyclist Lance Armstrong is characterized as leader of a sophisticated team doping operation. The first established paper trail documenting allegations and evidence against him includes testimony of teammates and big payments made by wire. Ray Suarez talks to Bill Strickland of Bicycling magazine.
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My Final Day of Testicular Cancer Chemotherapy
 
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A vlog of my last testicular cancer chemo day - one step closer to being cancer free! There are over 9,000 new cases of testicular cancer every year, averaging one new diagnosis every hour of every day. One in 250 men will be diagnosed with testicular cancer at some point in their life, with 50% of these cases occurring in men ages 15-35. About 6% of cases occur in children and teens, and about 8% occur in men over the age of 55. 90% of the time, testicular cancer presents as a lump in the testicle. A lump in the testicle can be detected early through regular self-exams. Best done during or after a shower when the scrotum is relaxed, place your index and middle fingers under the testicle with your thumb on top. Firmly but gently, roll each testicle between your fingers. Any weird lumps or bumps should be checked out by a doctor ASAP. According to a 2018 study done by CACTI, more than 1 in 3 of all men polled have never been told about the importance of a monthly testicular self- exam. Nearly half of those surveyed do not perform testicular self-exams. 42% of men don’t even know how to perform one, according to the Testicular Cancer Society. Despite all of these facts and figures, testicular cancer is not talked about enough in society. My hopes are that sharing my story from beginning to end with an open attitude will stimulate more open discussion and bring a larger focus to men’s health in general. Knowing someone who is going through testicular cancer can help make it more real to men who might not otherwise be concerned about their own health. I put my face where their balls are (which is a somewhat awkward turn of phrase). The title, A Ballsy Sense of Tumor, is purposefully chosen to convey this mission is all about testicular cancer and that I talk about it in as positively and with as much humor as you can use when discussing cancer. While cancer is no laughing matter, my method is to approach it with humor, awareness, and positivity. A Ballsy Sense of Tumor was founded by Justin Birckbichler, a men’s health activist, testicular cancer survivor, and fourth grade teacher. From being diagnosed in November 2016 at the age of 25, to finishing chemo in January 2017, to being cleared in remission in March, he has been passionate about sharing his story to spread awareness and promote open conversation about men's health. Carpe Scrotiem! Visit the website: http://www.aballsysenseoftumor.com/ Follow on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/aballsysenseoftumor/ Follow on Twitter: https://twitter.com/absotTC Follow on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aballsysenseoftumor
The Program - Official Main Trailer - Lance Armstrong Movie
 
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Directed by: Stephen Frears Starring: Ben Foster, Chris O'Dowd, Guillaume Canet Release Date: 16th October 2015 Run Time: 103mins Certificate: TBC From Academy Award nominated director Stephen Frears (The Queen, Philomena) and producers Working Title Films (The Theory Of Everything, Everest, Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy), comes the true story of the meteoric rise and fall of one of the most celebrated and controversial men in recent history; Lance Armstrong, the world-renowned Tour de France champion. The world needs heroes and Lance Armstrong was the ultimate sporting hero. Following a gruelling battle with cancer, Lance returned to his cycling career in 1999 more determined than ever and with his sights set firmly on winning the Tour de France. With the help of the infamous Italian physician Michele Ferrari and team director Johan Bruyneel, he developed the most sophisticated doping program in the history of the sport. This program allowed Lance and his American teammates to dominate the world of cycling, winning the Tour an unprecedented seven times. However not everyone believed the fairytale...Sunday Times journalist, David Walsh, at first charmed by Lance's charisma and talent, soon began to question whether the 'world's greatest athlete' was 'clean'. Walsh sought to unveil the truth, his ensuing battle with Armstrong risked his own career, ostracised him from the cycling community and cost his paper, The Sunday Times, hundreds of thousands in legal costs. But the indefatigable Walsh eventually uncovered the truth when a select few prepared to talk came forward, exposing one of the greatest deceptions of our time. Inspired by the award winning book 'Seven Deadly Sins' by David Walsh, and featuring a stellar cast including Ben Foster (Lone Survivor), Chris O'Dowd (Calvary), Guillaume Canet (Tell No One) and Jesse Plemons (Breaking Bad), THE PROGRAM is a tense and suspenseful thriller.
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Why Does God Allow Suffering?
 
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Joe Kirby was Street preaching in Liverpool with Young Life North West. His theme for his talk was "How can loving God Allow suffering?" When a sweet old lady heckled and asked some big questions as well as the hardest question you can ask to Christian/theist... Why does God allow children to get cancer? Other questions why does Demi Lovato have bullimia, anorexia and depression? Why did Richard prior have multiple scherosis, why did Christina Aguilera suffer from domestic abuse and negkect, why was Rhianna allowed to be beaten by Chris Brown? Why did Amanda holden lose her baby, why did Lance Armstrong suffer from lkeuimia and cancer? A more Detailed explanation of objective morality: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IttvBDKnY1o
Anti-doping ad comes back to haunt SHAMED Lance Armstrong
 
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A 2001 advert of the shamed cycling legend has gone viral after it showed him complaining about accusations of doping. A now deeply ironic advert made in 2001 with the shamed cyclist has suddenly gone viral.
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Lance Armstrong: Just Don't Do It
 
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Lance Armstrong: Just Don't Do It -- Lie, Cheat or Steal https://youtu.be/YFNGOe-pdgs https://youtu.be/7uQJGPTqf3Y https://youtu.be/zqtT4jDeNvY https://youtu.be/XdxPluob18A https://youtu.be/FLqzSdGKHmk https://youtu.be/nVma-GnYVq4 https://youtu.be/SgaUeY0LFa8 https://youtu.be/lyy5Tk4v72U https://youtu.be/4qSjzJo_IH0 https://youtu.be/rxoGjfxJBZg https://youtu.be/ZBopQU-BgUw https://youtu.be/Z_zxSa4gY8k https://youtu.be/PATwxvzz0uU
Daniel: Testicular Fortitude.
 
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From the November 5, 2011 episode of The Medical Conspiracy show on Orion Talk Radio; Dr. Carpenter talks with former patient Daniel about his testicular cancer that she treated with LIESH laser Therapy. Daniel is an avid bike rider like Lance Armstrong. Like Armstrong, he had testicular cancer. Unlike Armstrong, he still has both testicles and his cancer is gone. Vegas effects courtesy of SentientMind Productions.
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USADA: Armstrong Doping Scheme Largest in History
 
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The U.S. Anti-Doping Agency issued a blistering report accusing seven-time Tour de France champion Lance Armstrong of being at the center of "a massive team doping scheme, more extensive than any previously revealed in professional sports history." Photo: Joel Sagat/AFP/Getty Images.
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Armstrong's masseuse gives damning evidence
 
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Emma O'Reilly, who worked as a masseuse for Lance Armstrong, has come forward to provide damning evidence against the cyclist.
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Lance Armstrong: I don't deserve a life ban
 
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American cyclist Lance Armstrong says he should be allowed to compete at the top level again, despite admitting taking performance-enhancing drugs during all seven of his Tour de France victories. The self-confessed drugs cheat told chat show host Oprah Winfrey he deserved to be punished, but "I'm not sure that I deserve a death penalty". In the second part of the interview Mr Armstrong, 41, spoke of how his sponsors began deserting him in droves following the publication of a US Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) investigation last year, which he estimated cost him $ 75 million. But he said the hardest moment was when Livestrong, the charity he founded in the mid-1990s after his battle with testicular cancer, asked him to step aside. He said: "The foundation is like my sixth child and to make that decision, and to step aside, was big... It was the best thing for our organisation, but it hurt like hell. That was the lowest (moment)." Mr Armstrong also spoke of the impact the allegations and revelations had on his family, saying his mother had been left "a wreck". He fought back tears as he described a conversation he had with his 13-year-old son Luke when he discovered he had been defending him at school. Mr Armstrong said: "That's when I knew I had to tell him. He'd never asked me. He'd never said, 'Dad, is this true?'. He trusted me. He heard about it in the hallways. "I said, 'Don't defend me anymore'. I said, 'If anyone says anything to you, do not defend me. Just say my dad said he was sorry'. "He said, 'Look, I love you, you're my dad, this won't change that'." Mr Armstrong yesterday admitted for the first time that he had used a variety of methods to cheat during his career, including taking the blood-boosting agent EPO, human growth hormone and oxygen-boosting blood transfusions. The Texan was stripped of all his Tour de France titles and was banned from sport for life by USADA after it found him to be a central figure in "the most sophisticated, professionalised and successful doping programme that sport has ever seen". But Mr Armstrong questioned whether he deserved the lifetime ban from all sports handed to him last year, while former team-mates received six-month suspensions for providing evidence against him. And he spoke of his desperate desire to compete again, saying he would love to take part in the Chicago marathon when he is 50. Mr Armstrong said: "I can't lie to you. I'd love the opportunity to be able to compete, but that isn't the reason I'm doing this (the interview). "Frankly, this might not be the most popular answer, but I think I deserve it (to be able to compete again). "I deserve to be punished. I'm not sure that I deserve a death penalty." He added: "If you look at the situation, if you look at that culture, you look at the sport, you see the punishments. I could go back to that time... you're trading my story for a six-month suspension. That's what people got. What everybody got. "I got a death penalty. I'm not saying that that's unfair, necessarily, but I'm saying it's different." Mr Armstrong again apologised to his supporters for deceiving them, saying he felt disgraced. "Of course, but I also feel humbled," he said. "I feel ashamed. This is ugly stuff. It's a process. And I think we're at the beginning of the process." And he said he owed apologies to many of the people he admitted he had bullied and lied to, saying "I will spend as long as I have to to make amends." Mr Armstrong also denied claims made by USADA that he offered the body a substantial donation while he was under investigation by the organisation. USADA's inquiry led to Armstrong's downfall and its chief executive Travis Tygart told 60 Minutes Sports last week that the Texan made the offer last year. But Mr Armstrong told Oprah Winfrey: "I had no knowledge of that, but I've asked around. I think the claim was 250,000 dollars. That's a lot of money. I would know. That is not true." A USADA spokesman told Press Association Sport: "We stand by the facts both in the reasoned decision and in the 60 Minutes interview." Michele Verroken, former director of ethics at UK Sport, told BBC Breakfast she believes a life ban is an "absolutely appropriate" punishment for Armstrong.
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Research finds answer to cancer treatment through fermentation
 
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발효에서 항암 치료 아이디어 얻는다 In health news... Cancer cells get their energy to multiply through fermentation. In an attempt to prevent them doing that, a team of Korean researchers are developing new cancer treatment methods that restrain the fermentation process. Park Se-young has the story. Beer is made of wheat or barley, and yeast converts the glucose in the wort to alcohol. This fermentation process is carried out in the absence of oxygen. Cancer cells use the same process to produce energy. Without using oxygen, cancer cells convert sugar into lactic acid. Healthy human cells produce energy using oxygen through respiration. Oxygen-based metabolism produces more energy, but the cost to produce molecules for respiration are twice those needed to ferment glucose. Also, the by-products from the fermentation process can be used to form cancer cells during research, …making the method even more cost-effective. This study could even have implications in identifying potential targets in treating cancer. ″If we block the metabolism of cancer cells in collaboration with existing anti-cancer drugs, it will boost their effectiveness. Fermentation does not only occur in foods and drinks such as Kimchi and beer, it may even provide a new strategy to treat cancer. Park Se-young, Arirang News. Visit ‘Arirang News’ Official Pages Facebook(NEWS): http://www.facebook.com/newsarirang Homepage: http://www.arirang.com Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/arirangtv Twitter: http://twitter.com/arirangworld Instagram: http://instagram.com/arirangworld
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USADA Releases Report on Lance Armstrong Doping
 
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The U-S Anti-Doping Agency says the investigation into cycling legend Lance Armstrong reveals "the most sophisticated, professionalized and successful doping program that sport has ever seen."
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Lance Armstrong Confesses To Oprah, But Doping Is Not The Issue! Is Lance A Gangster?
 
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(www.nunewsportz.tv) Victor Allen's "Nu New Sportz" is a Feature Segment on "Morning Coffee With Mario" -- American icon cyclist and seven time Tour de France winner Lance Armstrong does a one on one interview with Oprah Winfrey confessing using performance enhancing drugs. But the real story behind the abuse was Lance's bullying tactics, strong arm methods, and how he apparently went after other riders, associates or anyone who was a threat. Lance became rich from sponsors financially supporting his success despite coming from a cycling culture known for heavy PED abuse. Why would corporate sponsors invest into a abusive cycling culture? Co-host DeVeaux and Lady Tech Jhezrel join our social sports segment for fun and debate. We apply one or more categories, (BALLIN*UPSET*LETDOWN*WHATEVER*BIG PIMPIN*FOR THE LADIES, AARP and new category 'Spanked That Ass'), if applicable. Let's do sportz! (01-15-13)
Engineering Antibodies for Cancer Immunotherapy
 
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The immune system and its underlying connections play an important role in many diseases such as cancer, fibrosis and heart failure. In cancer, researchers are investigating immunotherapies that activate the body's immune system to fight and destroy tumors. Bryan (Bo) C. Barnhart, senior director, Immuno-Oncology, explains why scientists are targeting immune system pathways to treat cancer, how antibodies can be engineered to act most effectively and where immunotherapy may be headed in the future as more treatment targets emerge.
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Lance Armstrong banned for life stripped of 7 Tour wins
 
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The U.S. Anti-Doping Agency has banned Lance Armstrong for life and stripped him of all seven Tour de France victories that helped make him an American hero. The agency's action came one day after Lance Armstrong decided not to fight the doping charges, saying "enough is enough" and refusing to recognize USADA's authority to sanction him. In a release, USADA said his decision to skip arbitration prompted the immediate sanctions. Lance Armstrong also must forfeit all results from Aug. 1, 1998, through today, which include the seven conseuctive Tour titles won from 1999 through 2005. The agency said Lance Armstrong received a lifetime ban because of "his numerous anti-doping rule violations, including his involvement in trafficking and administering doping products to others." "Nobody wins when an athlete decides to cheat with dangerous performance enhancing drugs, but clean athletes at every level expect those of us here on their behalf, to pursue the truth to ensure the win-at-all-cost culture does not permanently overtake fair, honest competition" USADA CEO Travis Tygart said in the release. "Any time we have overwhelming proof of doping, our mandate is to initiate the case through the process and see it to conclusion as was done in this case." The sanctions against Lance Armstrong mark the end of a long sporting saga that once captivated the world. A native of Austin, Texas, Lance Armstrong successful fight against cancer and remarkable career inspired millions of other survivors and gave rise to Livestrong and its iconic yellow bracelets. USADA said the doping evidence against Lance Armstrong came from statements by more than a dozen witnesses. The anti-doping agency accused Lance Armstrong of using EPO, blood transfusions, testosterone, cortisone and HGH during his career, and that "scientific data" showed he manipulated his blood with EPO or blood transfusions during his comeback to cycling in the 2009 Tour. It also said that witnesses alleged that Lance Armstrong "encouraged them to use and administered doping products or methods, including EPO, blood transfusions, testosterone and cortisone during the period from 1999 through 2005." On Thursday, Lance Armstrong said his decision did not mean he would accept USADA's sanctions. His lawyers threatened a lawsuit if USADA proceeded, arguing the agency must first resolve a dispute with the International Cycling Union (UCI) over whether the case should be pursued. "You are on notice," Armstrong attorney Tim Herman said in a letter, "that if USADA makes any public statement claiming, without jurisdiction, to sanction Mr. Armstrong, or to falsely characterize Mr. Armstrong's reasons for not requesting an arbitration as anything other than a recognition of (International Cycling Union) jurisdiction and authority, USADA and anyone involved in the making of the statement will be liable." That didn't stop USADA, which quickly imposed the ban about 14 hours alter. The Amaury Sport Organization, which runs the Tour, told The Associated Press that it would not comment until it had heard more from the International Cycling Union and USADA. In walking away, the 40-year-old Lance Armstrong cited a familiar defense: he has never tested positive for performance-enhancing drugs. "I know who won those seven Tours," Armstrong said in his statement. "The toughest event in the world where the strongest man wins. Nobody can ever change that. Especially Travis Tygart." Lance Armstrong previously was the subject of a federal investigation into whether he committed fraud while on the U.S. Postal Service team, not whether he doped. That investigation was stopped earlier this year with no charges filed. USADA then brought its own non-criminal case against Armstrong, citing its authority to protect the integrity of sports as authorized by Congress. Thanks for watching. Leave your comments down below. If you liked the content please subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=durianreider My channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/durianreider/featured
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The NEW James & Pelotonia
 
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There is good news in the fight against cancer. The new Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center – James Cancer Hospital and Solove Research Institute, opened this past December, is providing the most advanced level of care based on science and research. CMC’s forum on Wednesday, January 21 will feature the director of the “James,” Michael A. Caligiuri and the new president and CEO of Pelotonia, Doug Ulman, interviewed by Ann Fisher, host of WOSU Public Media’s All Sides. The Columbus-originated Pelotonia is the largest single-event cycling fundraiser in the United States, raising money for cancer research at The Ohio State University and The James. Ulman came to Pelotonia after his experience leading and growing the LIVESTRONG Foundation (started by Lance Armstrong). In accepting this position, last fall Ulman commented that “This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to play multiple roles in the fight against cancer and collaborate with the academic and business communities in the great city of Columbus.” Last year, with its “One Goal, End Cancer” focus, Pelotonia raised over $21 million, besting the previous year’s record. All funds raised by the riders go directly to cancer-related research at OSU. Examples of recent studies funded by Pelotonia include how changing a drug’s delivery method could change leukemia treatment. Another grant funded investigating whether a plant could stimulate the activity of natural killer cells. For the prevention of cervical cancer, one study found it ways to offer self-testing which would be particularly valuable to women in medically underserved communities, such as Appalachia. Overall, the ongoing hope and success of research is to find ways to combat specific types of cancer and then tailor treatment to each patient’s illness, providing better care and better outcomes. Caligiuri says that Pelotonia has enabled OSU and the James to “fund the new big ideas in cancer research that will help us better understand the molecules and markers fueling each person’s unique cancer.”
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PhRMA takes credit for Antineoplaston Brain Cancer Cure - Jodi Fenton
 
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SUPPORT THIS PROJECT, BUY THE DVD (only $6.99 with coupon code: "burz51" ): http://estore.burzynskimovie.com From Burzynski, the Movie http://www.burzynskimovie.com Jodi Fenton was cured of a Grade 3 Anaplastic Astrocytoma after being treated only with Antineoplastons. She received a biopsy verifying her diagnosis. She was cancer-free in 30 days of treatment. Being an avid cyclist she entered the Bristol Myers Squibb Tour Of Hope bike race—Bristol Myers never asked her where she was treated. See her medical records and full story here: http://www.burzynskimovie.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=58&Itemid=37
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Bodybuilding Cancer Inspiration Motivation Competition
 
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I met this guy while standing in line for registration at the Mr. California, he was nice enough to share his story with us. He did not mention but he was in Chemotherapy less than 8 hours before this interview in the middle of the night. He slept a couple hours and stood on stage - a goal accomplished ! ! Please support and subscribe by clicking the 'subscribe' button. Share if you like it as well. Thanks. =) Please leave your comments. Stay connected with me via: https://www.facebook.com/David.Kimmerle.Official?fref=ts https://store.kimmerleplan.com/ https://www.facebook.com/kimmerledavid https://twitter.com/Davidkimmerle http://instagram.com/davidkimmerle http://www.pinterest.com/davidkimmerle Subscribe to my website for daily inspiration, printable workouts, recipes, hundreds of videos, heart rate training and more: http://www.kimmerleplan.com http://www.davidkimmerle.com David KImmerle
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Dr. Joe Schwarcz: Cancer-cure 'magicians' prey on the desperate
 
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Giant Breasted Murderer, Armstrong Comes Clean On Oprah
 
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'Lance did what he needed to win'
 
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A day after the United States Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) submitted its detailed report to the International Cycling Union, comes another admission, this time from Lance Armstrong's former masseuse Emma O'Reilly claiming the seven time Tour de France winner was the ringleader. O'Reilly, said, "Lance is the alpha male in any group. So Lance, wherever he would be, was going to be the ringleader in anything. So Lance was to any extent the ringleader." Download the Times Now India's Election HQ app and get all the election info at one go. Click here: http://bit.ly/1iwcRBr Social Media Links :- Facebook - http://goo.gl/CC7rGc G+ - http://goo.gl/O1iEp5 Twitter - http://goo.gl/uHYsqP Also visit our website - http://goo.gl/XPUXe8 ​​​ To Stay Updated Download the Times Now App :- Android Google Play : https://goo.gl/zJhWjC Apple App Store : https://goo.gl/d7QBQZ
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The World According to Lance
 
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The World According to Lance - The real story of Lance Armstrong's doping shame Also available on iTunes: https://geo.itunes.apple.com/us/movie/the-world-according-to-lance/id578699263?mt=6 Available on Google Play: https://play.google.com/store/movies/details/The_World_According_to_Lance?id=STE-ua_-Skk Watch now on JMAN.tv: https://jman.tv/film/4928/The+World+According+to+Lance Subscribe to journeyman for daily uploads: http://www.youtube.com/journeymanpict... For downloads and more information visit: http://www.journeyman.tv/?lid=69408 Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/journeymanpi... Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/JourneymanVOD https://twitter.com/JourneymanNews Follow us on Instagram: https://instagram.com/journeymanpictures "Like a dead body in the basement," the truth about Lance Armstrong's cheating is out. In this explosive documentary, those who broke the "code of silence" to expose the seven times Tour de France Winner reveal why they put their own lives and liberty on the line for cycling. They paint a portrait of Armstrong as a ruthless serial cheat - who not only used drugs but blood transfusions - and expected his team-mates to do the same. Revelations come thick and fast in this forensic analysis of the biggest sporting fraud ever. When insurers due to pay millions in bonus prize-money began to suspect Armstrong, they questioned him on camera under oath. Throughout his testimony Armstrong vows he has "never taken performance enhancing drugs". Lawyer Jeffrey Tillotson draws a different conclusion: "We think now the evidence clearly shows that Lance Armstrong was using performance enhancing drugs dating back to the beginning of his career. So those races were fixed." Former team-mate Frankie Andreu testifies to being at Armstrong's side when he was in hospital for testicular cancer, as he admitted to doctors he had used "EPO, testosterone, growth hormone and cortisone." It was a moment of candour Armstrong no doubt regretted. Two days after it was revealed he gave $1.5 million to the hospital. Armstrong testifies "I'm funding a chair for somebody who saved my life." But to his doubters it was the first step in a pattern of buying silence. Former team-mate Tyler Hamilton describes the "white lunch bags" containing the drug EPO, that doctors from the US Postal Service Team gave riders to boost their red blood cells. He says he and Armstrong injected after each stage of the Tour de France in the team van just metres away from fans. "You quickly just stuck it in, got rid of it. Give it to a team doctor to dispose." He says he and Armstrong re-infused their own blood to avoid detection in doping tests. "We were in this small hotel. There was a blood bag taped up on the wall." He says Armstrong lay on a bed in an adjoining room, with an open door between them. "I saw this bag of blood and saw it in his arm." Armstrong coolly denies the blood transfusions: "That would be banned." Hamilton says Armstrong used a courier on motorbike nicknamed "Motoman" to deliver his drugs en route when the issue of doping became too high profile. When Armstrong tested positive for cortisone during one Tour his masseuse Emma O'Reilly heard his team discuss concocting a prescription for cortisone cream to treat saddle-sores: "a backdated prescription to help explain his elevated cortisone level." In the year 2000 scientists researching a test for EPO found the drug in Armstrong's urine samples. Under oath, Armstrong claims a mix-up or even that his sample was spiked. "When I pissed in the bottle there was not EPO in that piss." Since 1998 one third of the top ten Tour de France riders have been linked to doping. Yet time and again the UCI, the body tasked with investigating doping, has not acted to investigate Armstrong. He has donated more than $100,000 to the UCI. Without a trace of irony he explains "I'm doing it to fund the fight against doping." Lance Armstrong won his first Tour de France within three years of being diagnosed with cancer. "It's not about money for me. It's about the faith of all the cancer survivors around the world," he intones. Sadly for him, the world no longer believes in miracles. ABC Australia - Ref. 5660 Every week Journeyman offers a brand new documentary, fresh out of the cutting room. They're award winning documentaries, some destined for the festival circuit and some for broadcast. The one thing you can know is that here you get to see them when they're fresh, often before they appear anywhere else. To watch them in full go to our VOD platform at http://jman.tv
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Ancient Methods - Handmade Blend Mix ssgs special
 
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Tracklist: Cloaks - Desolate Turves 1st [3by3] Keith Fullerton Whitman - Bewusstseinserweiternd Tonaufnahme [Kranky Ltd.] Tropic Of Cancer (Richard H. Kirk Remix) [Downwards] Traversable Wormhole Vol. 1 Claude Young - I Am Nothing [Djax Up] Renato Cohen - Power [Sino] + The Caretaker - Poor Enunciation [History Always Favours The Winner] Lance Samuel - The Hold [Resounds] Audio Injection - Operation (Speedy J Remix) [Electric Deluxe] + Aphex Twin - Tassels [Warp] Friend & Friend - Origin [Dinner] Morbeck - Untitled [Vault Series] + Bad Sector - Spontaneous Reduction [Tantric Harmonies] Jeroen Liebgrets - Donau [Audio Assault] + Monolake - Force [Ml / I] Andreas Kremer vs Grimes - Untitled [Mind Your Head] + Death In June & Boyd Rice - Are You Out There? (Dornier 17 Mix) [New European] Casual Violence - Machine We Are [Aftertaste Ltd.] Mika Vainio - Barbarians [Raster Noton] + Deathprod - Treetop Drive Pt. 3 [Rune Grammofon] Björn Svin - Eat Like Hawks [RSB] Cristian Vogel - Sarcastically Tempered Powers [Tresor] Wishmountain - Radio [Evolution] + Gustaf Hildebrand - Ruins Of A Failed Utopia [Cyclic Law] Speedy J - Armstrong [CLR] + Ophir - Bleibt Der Erde True Pt. II [Greyland] Supagrupa - San Francisco [Infecta 02] Regis - Speak To Me [Downwards] + IRM - Oedipus Dethroned [Cold Meat Industry] DJ Slip - Broken Cake [Missile] Abe Duque - Chocolate Delight [Radical Ambient] + Biosphere - City Wakes Up [Touch] Go Hiyama - Servant [Zwart] + Oren Ambarchi - A Final Kiss On Poisoned Cheeks Pt. I [Table Of The Elements] The Modernist - Dali Bop Horizon [Auftrieb Mix] Tektrax - One Way St. [Subvert 01] Makaton - Animal Worship [Rodz-Konez] DKF - Lärmpegel Minimum [Steinklang Industries] Amon Tobin - Rhino Jockey [Ninja Tune] + Jeff Mills - Cycle 2 [Axis] Oren Ambarchi - A Final Kiss On Poisoned Cheeks Pt. II [Table Of The Elements]
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Lance Armstrong
 
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Lance Edward Armstrong is an American former professional road racing cyclist. Armstrong had won the Tour de France a record seven consecutive times between 1999 and 2005 before he was disqualified from all those races and banned from competitive cycling for life, for doping offenses by the Union Cycliste Internationale in 2012, after the United States Anti-Doping Agency presented it the evidence. A cancer survivor, he is the founder of the Livestrong Foundation, originally called the Lance Armstrong Foundation, which provides support for cancer patients. This video targeted to blind users. Attribution: Article text available under CC-BY-SA Creative Commons image source in video
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Lance Armstrong: I don't deserve a life ban
 
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American cyclist Lance Armstrong says he should be allowed to compete at the top level again, despite admitting taking performance-enhancing drugs during all seven of his Tour de France victories. The self-confessed drugs cheat told chat show host Oprah Winfrey he deserved to be punished, but "I'm not sure that I deserve a death penalty". In the second part of the interview Mr Armstrong, 41, spoke of how his sponsors began deserting him in droves following the publication of a US Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) investigation last year, which he estimated cost him $ 75 million. But he said the hardest moment was when Livestrong, the charity he founded in the mid-1990s after his battle with testicular cancer, asked him to step aside. He said: "The foundation is like my sixth child and to make that decision, and to step aside, was big... It was the best thing for our organisation, but it hurt like hell. That was the lowest (moment)." Mr Armstrong also spoke of the impact the allegations and revelations had on his family, saying his mother had been left "a wreck". He fought back tears as he described a conversation he had with his 13-year-old son Luke when he discovered he had been defending him at school. Mr Armstrong said: "That's when I knew I had to tell him. He'd never asked me. He'd never said, 'Dad, is this true?'. He trusted me. He heard about it in the hallways. "I said, 'Don't defend me anymore'. I said, 'If anyone says anything to you, do not defend me. Just say my dad said he was sorry'. "He said, 'Look, I love you, you're my dad, this won't change that'." Mr Armstrong yesterday admitted for the first time that he had used a variety of methods to cheat during his career, including taking the blood-boosting agent EPO, human growth hormone and oxygen-boosting blood transfusions. The Texan was stripped of all his Tour de France titles and was banned from sport for life by USADA after it found him to be a central figure in "the most sophisticated, professionalised and successful doping programme that sport has ever seen". But Mr Armstrong questioned whether he deserved the lifetime ban from all sports handed to him last year, while former team-mates received six-month suspensions for providing evidence against him. And he spoke of his desperate desire to compete again, saying he would love to take part in the Chicago marathon when he is 50. Mr Armstrong said: "I can't lie to you. I'd love the opportunity to be able to compete, but that isn't the reason I'm doing this (the interview). "Frankly, this might not be the most popular answer, but I think I deserve it (to be able to compete again). "I deserve to be punished. I'm not sure that I deserve a death penalty." He added: "If you look at the situation, if you look at that culture, you look at the sport, you see the punishments. I could go back to that time... you're trading my story for a six-month suspension. That's what people got. What everybody got. "I got a death penalty. I'm not saying that that's unfair, necessarily, but I'm saying it's different." Mr Armstrong again apologised to his supporters for deceiving them, saying he felt disgraced. "Of course, but I also feel humbled," he said. "I feel ashamed. This is ugly stuff. It's a process. And I think we're at the beginning of the process." And he said he owed apologies to many of the people he admitted he had bullied and lied to, saying "I will spend as long as I have to to make amends." Mr Armstrong also denied claims made by USADA that he offered the body a substantial donation while he was under investigation by the organisation. USADA's inquiry led to Armstrong's downfall and its chief executive Travis Tygart told 60 Minutes Sports last week that the Texan made the offer last year. But Mr Armstrong told Oprah Winfrey: "I had no knowledge of that, but I've asked around. I think the claim was 250,000 dollars. That's a lot of money. I would know. That is not true." A USADA spokesman told Press Association Sport: "We stand by the facts both in the reasoned decision and in the 60 Minutes interview." Michele Verroken, former director of ethics at UK Sport, told BBC Breakfast she believes a life ban is an "absolutely appropriate" punishment for Armstrong. Read more : http://patrynworldlatestnews.blogspot.com/ Facebook : http://www.facebook.com/patryn.worldlatestnews
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Project Cancer Education
 
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PROJECT CANCER EDUCATION ENLIGHTENS STATE POLICYMAKERS AND STAFFS Elected officials and their staffs, along with representatives from the governors office and the Ohio Department of Health, visited The James on Oct. 7 to participate in Project Cancer Education (PCE), an interactive program that educates state opinion leaders on important matters regarding cancer care. Participants in PCE came to The James with the understanding that they would be entering as a staff physician, but they later assumed the role of a cancer patient, says Jennifer Carlson, assistant vice president for government relations at The James. Their assigned diagnosis enabled them to experience a cancer journey similar to those of actual patients. Common problems regarding health insurance were presented to give participants a sense of the challenges that our patients regularly face. Carlson says policymakers and their staffs gained a greater understanding of translational research and the relationship between research and patient care, along with the need for additional state funding for cancer research. All of the their experiences in PCE were designed to aid them in making important healthcare decisions, Carlson explains. Participant Adam Rosen, assistant to Ohio Rep. Kathleen Chandler, describes PCE as an insightful, rewarding and very educational experience. Anyone who is given the opportunity to participate in PCE should do so.
James Feijo Pleads Guilty to Selling Unapproved Cancer Drugs
 
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James Feijo Pleads Guilty to Selling Unapproved Cancer Drugs
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Blood Culture Trailer
 
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Techno thriller told online, in audio and through your phone. Launches 20th April 2017 www.blood-culture.com
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David Walsh | Conversation With | Channel NewsAsia
 
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David Walsh is the sports journalist that spent more than a decade trying to uncover the truth behind a biking hero that everybody admired. Walsh was sued, insulted and jeered at but in the end he was proved right. Lance Armstrong turned out to be a cheat who had taken illegal, performance-enhancing drugs for years. So who is David Walsh? About The Show: Conversation With features an eccentric mix of personalities who will not only allow us to get an insight about themselves but also the issues that will impact this region in the coming decades. Thursdays, 8.30pm, Channel NewsAsia.
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Broadway Riff-Off w/ Neil Patrick Harris
 
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Neil Patrick Harris interrupts James during the show challenging him to a riff-off to settle a dispute and figure out who is truly more Broadway. Featuring The Filharmonic on backing vocals. "Subscribe To ""The Late Late Show"" Channel HERE: http://bit.ly/CordenYouTube Watch Full Episodes of ""The Late Late Show"" HERE: http://bit.ly/1ENyPw4 Like ""The Late Late Show"" on Facebook HERE: http://on.fb.me/19PIHLC Follow ""The Late Late Show"" on Twitter HERE: http://bit.ly/1Iv0q6k Follow ""The Late Late Show"" on Google+ HERE: http://bit.ly/1N8a4OU Watch The Late Late Show with James Corden weeknights at 12:35 AM ET/11:35 PM CT. Only on CBS. Get the CBS app for iPhone & iPad! Click HERE: http://bit.ly/12rLxge Get new episodes of shows you love across devices the next day, stream live TV, and watch full seasons of CBS fan favorites anytime, anywhere with CBS All Access. Try it free! http://bit.ly/1OQA29B --- Each week night, THE LATE LATE SHOW with JAMES CORDEN throws the ultimate late night after party with a mix of celebrity guests, edgy musical acts, games and sketches. Corden differentiates his show by offering viewers a peek behind-the-scenes into the green room, bringing all of his guests out at once and lending his musical and acting talents to various sketches. Additionally, bandleader Reggie Watts and the house band provide original, improvised music throughout the show. Since Corden took the reigns as host in March 2015, he has quickly become known for generating buzzworthy viral videos, such as Carpool Karaoke."
News Feature: Hyperthermia Treatment Recurrent Breast Cancer
 
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Hyperthermia therapy is a treatment used in battling cancer by heating tumors. The Heating is about as warm as a hot tub. Research has shown that heat can damage or kill cancer cells in some tumors while also making radiation and chemotherapy more effective. While it has been known for hundreds of years that fevers can kill cancer, only recently has technology been developed that can control and focus heat specifically on tumors. Local hyperthermia treatment (heat applied to a very small area, such as a tumor) is a well-established cancer treatment. Primary malignant tumors have a bad blood circulation, which make them more sensitive to changes in temperature. "Our own clinical experience and the results of numerous published studies are highly encouraging in that increased use of hyperthermia will improve the quality of life for cancer patients and improve control of cancer recurrences." Dr. Gerald Sokol, New Hope Cancer Center, Hudson, FL. "Hyperthermia is offering our patients new hope. We are often seeing faster responses, better cancer control, and fewer side effects." Dr. Leland Rogers, GammaWest, Salt Lake City, Utah "Hyperthermia gives us a method to treat people when there are few other alternatives. It's an additional form of treatment that can be done in difficult cases, usually without serious side effects or complications." Dr. Steven Stroup, Centennial Hospital, Nashville, Tenn. "When the tumor is of larger size, it is unresectable surgically. Also, radiation has less effect on the center part of the tumor, which is deprived of the oxygen blood supply and the nutrients. By increasing the temperature of the tissues from 42-44 degrees centigrade, (hyperthermia) increases the circulation, increases the oxygenation, so that the radiation is more effective." Nasir Syed, Long Beach Memorial Center, Long Beach, CA
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Lance Armstrong smoking
 
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THE FALL OF LANCE ARMSTRONG IS LIKE WHAT WE EXPECT 2 OCCUR 2 BLOOMBERG
 
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ERIC T. SCHNIEDERMAN U R COMING TO COURTS IN QUEENS & NASSAU 4 SENATOR HUNTLEY ON 10/30/12? BUT YOU CAN'T DO THAT. SO SYOU ARE COMING TO COURT FOR MISCONDUCT AND I'M TAKING YOU TOT HE DISCIPLIANRY COMMITTEE BECAUSE GOV ANDREW CUOMO TRIED THE SAME THING WITHMY EVIDENCE, DISMISS ME. HOW R U GONNA GET IN DA WHITE HOUSE WITH THIS ALBATROSS AROUND YOUR NECK LIKE MY MAN MIKE BLOOMBERG & company WHO are due to be in court August 7th , 2012 in Queens County, NYS SUPREME COURT, ROOM 43, BEFORE NYS SUPREME COURT "PHYLLIS ORLIKOFF FLUG" @ 9:30 A.M & I GOTTA SAY I LOVE YOU SO MUCH FOR MAKING ME SO FAMOUS mike Bloomberg & you idiot Black elected officials of S E Queens, N.Y & IT'S MAYOR MIKE BLOOMBERG, THE FATEHR OF THE KING OF HOMELESSNESS & MESSIAH OF HE HOMLESS TALKING ABOUT THERE'S EVIDENCE OF A SUSPICIOUS DEATH OF MY WITNESS ROBERT HUNTLEY WHO IS THE SON OF NEW YORK STATE SENATOR SHIRLEY L. HUNTLEY & IT WAS COVERED UP & WE WANNA KNOW WHY? MAYOR WAS IT A MURDER COVER-UP OR WHAT/ JUST LIKE Mrs. PHRONIE GREE OF THE NAZI-COPY-CAT CRIME COVER-UP @ YOUTUBE.COM/PHILDRICE1 & LOOK FOR THE THOUSANDS OF VIDEOS ON YOUTUBE.COM/PHILDRICE in The Matter of: SUPREME COURT OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK COUNTY OF QUEENS __________________________________ PHILIPPE EDOUARD DRICE Index No. 28741-2011 Plaintiff, VERIFIED COMPLAINT -against- MAYOR MICHAEL R. BLOOMBERG, Queens District Attorney RICHARD A. BROWN, NYPD, BERNIE PORTER NEW YORK CITY HOUSING AUTHORITY, JOHN B. RHEA, MICHAEL P. KELLY NYCHA TENANT ASSOCIATION, HOLSIA MITCHEL, NEW YORK CITY HUMAN RESOURCES ADMINISTRATION, NEW YORK CITY ADULT PROTECTIVE SERVICES, CREEDMOOR PSYCHIATRIC LEGAL SERVICES, JAMIE BUTCHIN, GREGORY W. MEEKS, IDA M.SMITH, KIM FULLER, SHIRLEY L. HUNTLEY, LESTER MUSE, MALCOLM A. SMITH, VIVIAN E. COOK, LEROY COMRIE & RANCE HUFF, BILL THOMPSON, DONNA FUREY ARE THE Defendant(s) I SAID EVERY ONE WHO HAD A HAND IN THE HONEY DEW BUCKET OF THE DESTRUCTION OF MY LIFE SHALL BE MADE OT ANSWER; SO HELP ME GOD! I BELIEVE AT THE END OF THE PROCESS OF WHY TO HOW WE CAN COME TO A REASONABLE CONCLUSION OF THE INITIAL ALLEGATIONS THAT NYCHA, HRA & APS ARE CONDUCTING A FORM OF REDLINING WHICH IS A FINGER POINTING LOUDLY AT MAYOR BLOOMBERG MISUSING HIS COMMISSIONERS TO CIRCUMVENT FEDERAL LAWS BY GETTING THESE MINORITY COMMISSIONERS TO HAVE CAREER POLICY PERSONNEL WRITE STUFF THE POOR COLOREDS CAN'T FIGHT IN ANY SHAPE OR FORM WHETHER IT BE INTELLECTUALLY OR FINANCIALLY WHICH ARE THE ONLY METHODS ACCEPTABLE IN NYS SUPREME COURT TO DO IT YOURSELF LIKE I DID FOR ME AND FOR ROSINA LOR OR PAY A LAWYER MORE MONEY THAN YOU NEED TO BUY A HOUSE IN TODAY'S MARKET. THAT IS HUMAN RIGHTS VIOLATIONS & A WAR AGAINST THE POOR AND LESS EDUCATED A WAR OF THE INTELLECTUALS AGAINST THE POOR & LESS EDUCATED. THAT'S MY STORY AND I AM GOING TO SELL IT RIGHT AFTER I GET THESE AFOREMENTIONED IN A LEGAL MATTER THEY CAN'T GET OUT OF BEFORE NOVEMBER 2012 & THAT IS ESPECIALLY FOR BILL THOMPSON FOR HIS MAYORAL RUN IN 2012 TO TAKE CITY HALL IN JANUARY 20, 2013. IT MAY NOT OCCUR WHEN EVERYONE FINDS OUT HOW CROOKED THE DEMOCRATS WERE IN 2009 AND I DID IT FOR THEM AND I AM SNITCHING! SO FUCK OFF IF YOU DON'T LIKE IT. THIS IS AN 9 MILLION DOLLAR LAWSUIT AGAINST THE QUEENS D A - APPROVED BY NYC COMPTROLLER 1 MILLION NYPD - APPROVED BY NYC COMPTROLLER 1 MIL THE CONGRESSMAN, THE 2 NYS SENATORS, THE ASSEMBLY WOMAN, THE COUNCILMAN, THE NYS SUPREME COURT, INCAPACITATED HEARING COURT EVALUATOR THE SHARK Ms. DONNA FUREY, THE QUEENS, COUNTY, N.Y L & T COURT JUDGE IS THE MARIA RESSOS, BILL THOMPSON $ 75,000, S E QUEENS PRESS & REPORTER WHO HELPED SHIRLEY HUNTLEY COMMIT ELECTION FRAUD SHE GET A LAWYER NOW BECAUSE THE NYS A G BETRAYED HER & HAS A CASE AGAINST THE NYS SENATOR IN NASSAU COUNTY CRIMINAL COURT. NEVA HARPER HAS BEEN ACCUSED OF FLEEING BACK DOWN SOUTH NEAR THE PLANTATION WHERE HER ANCESTORS WERE SLAVES & WE HAVE A JUDGEMENT & ORDER DUE IN ANY DOWN NOW BY JUSTICE FLUG BUT ON TUESDAY MORNING BEFORE I LOOK FOR ANYTHING I'M IN SUPREME COURT WITH AN ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE TO HAVE THE NYS ATTORNEY GENERAL REMOVED WITH PREJUDICE & A BENCH CRIMINAL REFERRAL ORDERED & SENT TOT HE U.S ATTORNEY WITH THE RESOURCES OF RTHE FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION TO LOOK INTO ALL THE MATTERS THAT ALSO INVOLVE NYCHA, THE CITY AGENCIES IN THE ALLEGATIONS OF REDLINING ON FEDERAL LAND INT HE WRONGFUL EVICTION THE EVIDENCE ATTACHED SAYS MIKE BLOOMBERG HAS 5 JUDGES THAT MAKE THE REDLINING LEGAL. SEE THE "SUR REPLY DEBACLE" OF JUDGE MARIA RESSOS)
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