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How Can You Prove a Diagnosis of Cancer Qualifies You for Disability Benefits?
 
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http://www.disabilitydenials.com/cancer-disability.html In this video Marc Whitehead, a Board Certified Disability Attorney, explains how you can qualify for disability benefits with a diagnosis of cancer. Social Security Disability Cancer Claims: The Social Security Administration views Cancer as a long term disability, when it's expected to last 12 months or longer or has been found to be inoperable and terminal. When cancer responds to treatment a patient may be considered able to go back to work within 12 months. The Social Security Listings of Impairments, also referred to as The Blue Book, lists their medical requirements for cancer under listing 13.0. All Cancers are further divided into 27 different sections, each with a specific and technical description of the SSA's threshold of disability for that particular type of cancer. Cancer also results in serious secondary conditions, such as: - Fatigue - Depression Many cancers are listed on the SSA list of Compassionate Allowances conditions. This allowance allows claims to be fast tracked for benefits for claimants whose medical conditions are so sever that it is evident that their illness meets the disability standard. How can Social Security deny claims for Cancer Disability? Although Cancer is recognized as a sever impairment, we've seen many initial claims for cancer benefits denied. If the cancer is discovered at an early stage the SSA may inaccurately decide that treatment will lead to remission, side effects of treatment may not have been considered. Many first claims are incomplete, without sufficient objective evidence for the SSA to justify an award of benefits. A critical part of Cancer disability claims is to show the SSA that you are in fact unable to work at your past job or at any other job according to their vocational guidelines. Don't give up on your claim. For the best chance of winning benefits under the Social Security Disability Program keep appealing and get an experienced attorney on your side. Veterans Disability Cancer Claims: Under the Veterans Disability system the VA decision maker will look to the VA rating schedule to asses the level of your service connected disability. Cancer disability is rated according to the loss of function it has caused and the effect on your ability to work. Veterans may have been exposed to substances such as Agent Orange and Radiation that are known to cause cancer. Many of these Veterans were exposed to these agents several decades ago and are now at an age where cancer may develop. If a Vietnam veteran suffers from a list of impairments the VA will presume that the Cancer disability was caused by exposure to Agent Orange. In addition, Veterans exposed to Radiation from atomic weapons, fall-out and nuclear reactors have presumptive conditions. There are 21 different types of Cancers related to exposure to radiation. Long Term Disability Insurance Cancer Claims: Long Term Disability Insurance is offered by employers as benefits packages to employees or sold by insurance companies to individuals. Although insurance providers say they'll pay Long Term Disability Benefits if you are unable to work, many will deny valid claims, minimize payments, or find ways to delay payments hoping you will give up and abandon your claim. Reasons in support of Long Term Disability Cancers claims include: - Cancer Treatment - Side-Effects from Medication - Invasive Chemotherapy and Radiation treatments All of which can leave the patient seriously fatigued and sick. As well as the effect of their cognitive function such as memory, focus and inability to absorb and analyze information. Insurance Companies will challenge this saying that the patient is exaggerating or not giving their maximum effort. If your insurer has denied your Cancer disability claim don't give up. A court of law may view the insurance companies denial much differently when all of the facts are raised and properly presented. An experienced disability insurance lawyer representing your claim can make a huge difference when fighting against a large insurance company. For more on how to prove your diagnosis of Cancer qualifies you for disability benefits please feel free to download one or all of our three free eBooks: The Social Security Puzzle Disability Policies: How to Unravel the Mystery Veterans Disability Claims: Strategies for a Winning Campaign Visit www.disabilitydenials.com for a free downloadable copy Or contact our office to discuss your particular disability issues at: 5300 Memorial Dr. Ste 725 Houston, Texas 77007 1-800-562-9830
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Top 10 Corrupt Charities
 
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→Subscribe for new videos every day! http://bit.ly/toptenzsubscribe →10 Reasons Bruce Lee was a Superhuman: http://bit.ly/1Hl4mVu Entertaining and educational top 10 lists from TopTenzNet! Brand new videos 7 days a week! Videos are published at 6pm EST every day! Subscribe to our Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TopTenz/ Other TopTenz Videos: Top 10 Insane Things Governments Have Wasted Money On http://bit.ly/1RMEkBH Top 10 Craziest Bets http://bit.ly/1L7eoBx When we think of non-profits most of us think of organizations like the Red Cross, Save the Children or Meals on Wheels. Their status as a non-profit isn’t solely based on the intricacies of our tax system, but the result of the positive work they do in American communities and around the world. However, some organizations have used their status as a non-profit to procure not only favorable tax standing but to also secure massive profits for executives and board members of the organization. Many non-profits do very little to benefit their respective causes while using raised funds for unscrupulous purposes. In light of this, here are some charities that aren’t quite so charitable after all. Text version: http://www.toptenz.net/10-non-profit-organizations-that-are-secretly-corrupt.php?utm_source=TopTenz+Top+10+List&utm_campaign=1f055eb2cf-TT_RSS_EMAIL_CAMPAIGN&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_1c23b3e5f0-1f055eb2cf-67587685 Coming up: 10. American Association of State Troopers 9. Cancer Fund of America 8. Children’s Wish Foundation International 7. Breast Cancer Relief Foundation 6. Firefighters Charitable Foundation 5. Children’s Cancer Fund of America 4. Project Cure in Brandenton, Florida 3. Woman to Woman Breast Cancer Foundation 2. National Veterans Service Fund 1. Kids Wish Network Source/Further reading: http://www.tampabay.com/americas-worst-charities/#american-association-of-state-troopers http://www.tampabay.com/americas-worst-charities/#cancer-fund-of-america http://www.tampabay.com/americas-worst-charities/#childrens-wish-foundation-international-inc http://www.tampabay.com/americas-worst-charities/#breast-cancer-relief-foundation http://www.tampabay.com/americas-worst-charities/#firefighters-charitable-foundation http://www.tampabay.com/americas-worst-charities/#childrens-cancer-fund-of-america-inc http://www.tampabay.com/americas-worst-charities/charities/project-cure-inc http://vitaminw.co/news/breast-cancer-scams-worst-charities-include-5-pink-types http://www.tampabay.com/americas-worst-charities/charities/national-veterans-service-fund-inc http://www.tampabay.com/americas-worst-charities/charities/kids-wish-network-inc
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Zoraida Sambolin Discusses Military and Veteran Services
 
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http://www.easterseals.com/ntl_military_veterans CNN's Zoraida Sambolin shares a story about visiting the Statue of Liberty with a Vietnam Veteran and what military and veteran services mean to her.
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Veterans Day Celebration at Moffitt Cancer Center - 2018
 
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Floyd Cook spent 20 years traveling the world working reconnaissance missions in the United States Air Force. But the biggest battle of his life was fought at Moffitt Cancer Center. Five years ago, Cook started feeling extremely exhausted. When the fatigue forced him to stop playing basketball, he went to the doctor and was eventually diagnosed with non-Hodgkin lymphoma. He spent years undergoing chemotherapy and radiation treatments, but it was CAR T therapy, or chimeric antigen receptor therapy, that sent him into remission in the summer of 2018. Yet, something still didn’t feel quite right and shortly thereafter, doctors diagnosed him with lung cancer. Just weeks after undergoing surgery, Cook is Moffitt’s guest of honor at the cancer center’s third annual Veterans Day celebration. “It’s an honor to be given this opportunity to celebrate my military career and my journey with cancer,” Cook says. Jessica Schwarzkopf, breast cancer survivor and daughter of the late Gen. Norman Schwarzkopf, will present Cook with a plaque recognizing him for his service to our country. Like his daughter, Gen. Schwarzkopf beat cancer and was an advocate for early screening. Cook says receiving the honor from Schwarzkopf means a lot because he served under the general at U.S. Central Command and admired him. As for Cook, he is now in remission for the lung cancer. He will return to Moffitt every six months for the next two years for follow up visits and routine screenings. In addition to honoring Cook, the tribute includes a special patriotic performance by the Moffitt chorale. Gaither High School’s Junior ROTC Color Guard will also present the colors and raise the flag.
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Section 8 (military)
 
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The term Section 8 refers to a former category of discharge from the United States military, that of a member judged mentally unfit for service. It also came to mean any service member given such a discharge or behaving as if deserving such a discharge, as in the expression, "he's a Section 8". The term comes from Section VIII of the World War II-era United States Army Regulation 615-360, which provided for the discharge of those deemed unfit for military service. Discharge under Section 8 is no longer practiced, as medical discharges for psychological/psychiatric reasons are now covered by a number of regulations. In the Army, such discharges are handled under the provisions of Army Regulation 635-200, Active Duty Enlisted Administrative Separations. Chapter 5, paragraph 13 governs the separation of personnel medically diagnosed with a personality disorder. This video is targeted to blind users. Attribution: Article text available under CC-BY-SA Creative Commons image source in video
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Women Veterans' Stories of Service: Amy Otzel
 
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VA is building a library that documents women in the United States Armed Forces, from their significant contributions to national safety and security to the ongoing challenges faced during their service and after returning to civilian life. Click to watch the story of Amy Otzel, a mental health professional who talks frankly about her own readjustment after deployment and "relearning how to experience the world."
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"Direct Order" Documentary (Full) - Soldiers Ordered To Take Anthrax Vaccine & Got Brain Damaged
 
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"Direct Order": An Award-Winning Documentary Tells the Story of Members of the Military who were Ordered Against their Will to Take the Controversial Anthrax Vaccine. "I'd rather have caught a bullet from an AK 47 than gotten injected with this stuff. At least I would have known what my fate would have been." Federal regulators approved a plan by biotechnology company, VaxGen to test its experimental anthrax vaccine on about 100 people. The human volunteers were injected with the experimental vaccine to see if it's safe and produces the desired immune response. VaxGen was awarded a $13.6 million federal contract to begin work on the anthrax vaccine. The company is applied for two more anthrax vaccine contracts. The contracts were awarded for advanced testing and manufacturing of 25 million doses. In the last few years, a number of published studies have linked anthrax vaccination to the development of Gulf War Syndrome, among them a study in the British medical journal the Lancet. Hundreds of soldiers have refused the shots after evidence emerged that the vaccinations are connected to a variety of illnesses. But then the Bush administration went on the offensive. The Pentagon funded an Institute of Medicine study which concluded in March 2002 the anthrax vaccine is safe and effective against all anthrax strains and routes of infection. Its conclusions were based on unpublished research--also funded by the Pentagon. The story doesn't stop there. Bioport, the nation's sole, licensed anthrax vaccine lab has repeatedly failed FDA inspections which found among other things, contamination. The FDA cleared BioPort's manufacturing plant to begin producing the vaccine again in January 2002--months after the letters containing anthrax were sent to Congress and news organizations. Bioport was also allowed to distribute the 500,000 doses of the vaccine already in stock. The vaccine was offered to some postal workers and others who were exposed. But most refused to take it. The anthrax vaccine is mandatory for all military service members assigned to "high-risk" areas. At least part of the six-shot series, which takes a year and a half to administer, has been given to about 700,000 service members. It will be eventually administered to all 2.5 million service members. Since 1998, when the vaccinations began, nearly 500 active-duty service-members have refused the vaccine, and more than 100 have been court-martialed. According to government figures, approximately 500 to 1,000 pilots and flight crew members have quit, resigned or transferred from the Air National Guard or reserves rather than take the vaccine. Award-winning documentary "Direct Order" tells the story of members of the military who were ordered against their will to receive the controversial anthrax vaccine. "Direct Order"--award-winning documentary directed by Scott Miller and narrated by Michael Douglas. Courtesy of Scott Miller and democracynow.org 2003.
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It Takes An Army - AnneMarie's Story
 
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It will take an Army of Women to stop breast cancer! Join the Army of Women at http://www.armyofwomen.org Support the Dr. Susan Love Research Foundation at http://tinyurl.com/DrSusanLove The "It Takes an Army" Project is a collection of videos and stories from YOU, an Army of Women volunteer. We want to highlight your real life stories of being touched by breast cancer and to unveil two distinct moments of realization for each: When was the moment you knew breast cancer had changed your life? And when was the moment you knew your life could change breast cancer? We encourage ALL of you to share your stories with us. With each story, you are helping us build a stronger and more powerful voice. Learn more and submit your video at: http://www.armyofwomen.org/It_Takes_an_Army_Project
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Service Dog Helps a Military Hero
 
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This is the incredible story of two soldiers, Derek and Jake, and a service dog named Gabriel that will tie them together forever. While serving for the U.S. army in Afghanistan, Derek helped save Jake's life during an deployment which ended up injuring both soldiers. Derek passed away in 2013 but in a twist of fate, Jake was granted Derek's service dog through a nonprofit called 4Paws for Ability (http://4pawsforability.org/). Watch as Jake meets Gabriel for the first time! Visit us at http://www.hooplaha.com Like us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/hooplaha Follow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/hooplaha
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Destination Kia Supports | To Life! | Breast Cancer Charity | Cancer Support Services | 12866 12054
 
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The entire Morrell Family and the Destination Kia Family supports To Life! serving 10 counties in and around the Capital Region. To Life!, with locations in Saratoga Springs & Delmar, NY, offers Breast Cancer Support and Community Services for breast cancer patients, breast cancer survivors, and their families. Destination Kia recently donated over $16,000 to this charitable organization. Contact To Life! at http://www.tolife.org or call their Delmar Office: 518-439-5975; or their Saratoga Springs Office: 518-587-3820 for more information about their breast cancer support services. Click on "Show More" (below) for the full video transcript: Full Video Transcript: On behalf of Destination Kia and our family, we're so happy to present this check for $16,500 dollars to To Life! local Breast Cancer Charity for all the great things they do. Congratulations and Thank You Very Much To Life! And, Thank You Very Much To Destination Kia and the Morrell Family for supporting To Life! which will continue our breast cancer free of charge education and support programs. Thank YOU!
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Fort Hood's "hug lady" loses battle with breast cancer
 
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Troops in Fort Hood, Texas, are mourning the loss of Elizabeth Laird. She made it her mission to embrace soldiers before they were sent to war or when they came home to the U.S. Jim Axelrod has a report on the life and legacy of the woman who gave more than 500,000 hugs to soldiers at the Texas military base.
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Medically Retired From The Military Mylee Cardenas's Breast Cancer Story
 
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Mylee Cardenas's Breast Cancer Story Part 5 Every Way Woman Talk Show: A talk show that transcends everyday women by celebrating them. We are women just like you. The Real Conversations Start Here! http://www.everywaywoman.com Topic: Guests: Highlights: Topics: Hashtags: FANPAGE: http://www.facebook.com/everywaywomantalkshow INSTAGRAM: http://instagram.com/everywaywomantalk PINTEREST: http://www.pinterest.com/everywaywoman TWITTER: https://twitter.com/#!/everywaywoman YOUTUBE: http://www.youtube.com/user/everywaywoman Linkedin www.linkedin.com/in/inavizionmedia DIRECTORS: Lauren Klixbull and Yolando Mitchell Brown PRODUCERS: Donald Brown, Yolando Mitchell Brown Executive Producer: Yolando Mitchell Brown Television Production Company: Yolando Mitchell Brown Productions, LLC Studio: Inavizion Media www.inavizionmedia.com Network: www.talkshowland.com Locations: Los Angeles, California, #everywaywoman #talkshow
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Citizen Soldier: Change and Challenges - Women in Today's Military
 
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Sponsored by Easter Seals, Inc with additional support from Chicago Foundation for Women. Moderated by Stacey Baca of ABC 7 News, this distinguished panel discusses the important issues facing female veterans in today's military. As the number of women serving in the military continues to grow, their roles are also evolving, as is the way that the military and Veterans Administration address their service. The panel discusses some of the issues facing female veterans, including their roles in today's combat operations, military sexual trauma, and the transition into civilian society. Erica Borggren was appointed Director of the Illinois Department of Veterans' Affairs by Governor Pat Quinn on August 5, 2011. As the Director of the Illinois Department of Veterans' Affairs (IDVA), she is creating a new Women Veterans Program to help address the issue that women veterans often do not self-identify as veterans and do not take advantage of veterans' benefits to the same extent as their male peers. An Illinois native and Army Veteran, Borggren previously served as a senior staff member for Army Gen. David H. Petraeus. Borggren was awarded the Defense Meritorious Service Medal and the Bronze Star as well as the Joint Service Achievement and Iraq Campaign Medals. Following her graduation as valedictorian from the United States Military Academy in West Point, New York, she was designated as a Rhodes Scholar and the recipient of a Truman Scholarship. She later earned a master's degree in comparative social policy from Oxford University. Dr. Rebecca J. Hannagan joined the faculty of Political Science at Northern Illinois University in 2006 and became an Associate of Women's Studies and an Associate of the Center for the Study of Family Violence and Sexual Assault in 2010. She specializes in the biological underpinnings of political attitudes and behavior with particular focus on gender differences. Dr. Hannagan's research includes a 2011 study with Holly Arrow, Ph.D: "Reengineering Gender Relations in Modern Militaries: An Evolutionary Perspective." She is currently a Visiting Associate Professor at Portland (OR) State University where she is gathering data from service women regarding their experiences, as well as organizing campus events around the issue of Military Sexual Assault. Her research has been published in Political Behavior, Perspectives on Politics, PS: Political Science and Politics, and other journals and edited volumes. At NIU she teaches courses in Political Psychology, Biopolitics, and American Government. Kimberly Mitchell serves as the Deputy Director of the Dixon Center. Her 17 years of service in the U.S. Navy included a commission as a Surface Warfare Officer, service aboard several surface Navy combatant warships, and multiple shore tours in Washington, D.C. Her last active duty assignment, which began in 2010, was Deputy Director for the Office of Warrior and Family Support in the Office of the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. Dixon Center is a clearinghouse for collaboration, communication, sharing lessons learned, and innovative solutions delivered locally for all who serve and have served in our military. It serves as coordinating agent for the myriad of entities and individuals supporting active military and veterans, and their families, and families of our fallen during transition and reintegration.
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Breast Cancer Awareness Month
 
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October is breast cancer awareness month, and Luke Air Force Base's diagnostic imaging office stresses the importance of getting your yearly sonogram. Early detection saves lives.
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High School Students Plan Funeral for Homeless Army Vet Who Had no Family
 
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More from Inside Edition: https://www.youtube.com/user/cbstvdinsideedition?sub_confirmation=1 When a veteran with no family died, a group of high school students in Massachusetts were there to honor him and say farewell. The teens from Catholic Memorial High School worked with a local funeral home and ministry to organize a funeral for the Army veteran. They draped his coffin in an American flag and carried it into the church for a service. InsideEdition.com's Mara Montalbano (https://twitter.com/MaraMontalbano) has more.
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'America's Next Top Model' Alum Jael Strauss Dies at 34
 
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Former "America's Next Top Model" contestant Jael Strauss has died after a two-month battle with breast cancer. Jael appeared on season eight of the popular reality show. According to a GoFundMe page made for the model, Jael was diagnosed with stage four breast cancer at the end of September. An update to her GoFundMe page confirmed Jael's death, saying, "Today we lost our earth angel." She was 34 years old. InsideEdition.com's Keleigh Nealon (http://twitter.com/KeleighNealon) has more.
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Breast Cancer Boot Camp
 
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Nat sound piece on women recovering from breast cancer through a military style exercise called breast cancer boot camp.
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Removing Breast Cancer | Dr. Rajesh Padmanabhan | Top10MD
 
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Dallas General Surgeon Dr. Rajesh Padmanabhan discusses the steps to removing breast cancer. https://top10md.com/general-surgeons/dallas-general-surgeons/rajesh-padmanabhan-md/ Is your doctor a Top10MD? Find out: http://www.Top10MD.com Dr. Rajesh Padmanabhan is a Dallas-Fort Worth General Surgeon with offices in both cities. His attention to detail is what is patients love about him along with a charming personality. Dr. Padmanabhan joined the United States Air Force in 1991 as a reservist and stayed in this capacity until 2000. Dr. Padmanabhan spent one year at Incirlik Air Base in Turkey in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom in 2003. During his time on active duty, Dr. Padmanabhan received several military honors including the Meritorious Service Medal and the Garcia Award for patient care excellence. After returning from Turkey, Dr. Padmanabhan moved to Texas to open his practice in Arlington and Dallas. He operates at several facilities in the Arlington and Dallas areas. Dr. Raj Padmanabhan specializes in all types of general surgery from: Appendix Surgery Bowel Surgery Breast Surgery Colon Surgery Colonoscopy Colorectal Surgery Endoscopy Esophagogastroduodenoscopy Gallbladder Surgery Hemorrhoid Surgery Hernia Repair Laparoscopic Appendectomy Lipoma Surgery Mediport Placement Parathyroid Surgery Pilonidal Cyst Robotic Surgery Splenectomy Thyroid Surgery Call Dr. Padmanabhan today if you are suffering and need immediate attention. Visit our Top10MD page for more information or to schedule your appointment! -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Follow us on social media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Top10MD/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Top10MD Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/top10md/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/top10md/ -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Follow us on our healthy living blog: https://www.top10md.com/blog
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At least 15 men who were at Ground Zero after 9/11 report breast cancer
 
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FBN's Gerri Willis on a number of men who were at Ground Zero after 9/11 reporting breast cancer and the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure.
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Breast Cancer Survivor - Pam's Story
 
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Meet Pam, a breast cancer survivor and a soldier of the Pink Army. For more information about the Pink Army, visit JoinThePinkArmy.com
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The Healing Touch
 
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They are ill or injured, in pain and afraid. In VA hospitals throughout the country, veterans go for treatment of health problems whether service related or simply the result of aging. For men and women with military service as part of their history, it helps to have the healing touch of another veteran.
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22 A Day, No Way! | Mia Gifford | TEDxYouth@UrsulineAcademy
 
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Over 8,000 American veterans commit suicide every year. That's 22 veteran suicides A DAY! In this emotional and informative talk, Mia Gifford shares the personal connection she has with veterans in her life and why this unacceptable epidemic is so rampant. What can you do to help the suffering veterans in your life? Mia Gifford is a member of the graduating class of 2020 at Ursuline Academy in Wilmington, DE. She is a member of the Ursuline mock-trial team, and the Ursuline lacrosse team, but also plays for the Greene Turtle club team in DE. Mia was involved in many service projects such as the Ursuline Red and White lacrosse camp as a coach to middle schoolers, Tyler’s camp as a coach (a summer collaborative program to teach children from inner-city Wilmington how to play lacrosse), the Susan G. Komen – Lax for the cure tournament to help raise and donate money for breast cancer research, and an assistant coach during Wilmington Wings lacrosse practices. As a passion, Mia fights against veteran suicide. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx
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Breast Cancer Ride Across Maryland US Navy Chiefs and Friends Team "Results, Not Excuses"
 
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Click the Facebook page below for more details on the team. https://www.facebook.com/ChiefsandFriendsTeam Team is comprised of active/retired U.S. Navy Chief Petty Officers and friends. With team participation and donations from sponsors we have raised hundreds of thousand dollars towards the fight against breast cancer. Our friends are from the public, public service, and other military services that join us as we ride to find a cure for this monster of a disease. Please forward to any other riders you know in the DC Metro, VA, MD, PA, DE area.
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Start with Healthy: Ladies 1st - The Truth About Breast Cancer Screenings | Humana
 
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Dr. Rae Godsey with Humana resolves some of the common breast cancer screening myths to make sure you know the truth about mammograms. Your health is our priority at Humana. Getting routine preventive screenings such as mammograms may help find problems early when they may be easier to treat. Take charge of your health and put yourself first. We want you to be around for the people you love and keep doing the things that make you happy and give you purpose. Subscribe to the Humana YouTube Channel http://bit.ly/Humana_YouTube For 50 years, Humana, headquartered in Louisville, Kentucky, has been an innovator with a commitment to service, health and wellness. Our focus on people, choice, engagement and innovation guides our business practices and decision-making. In addition to group health plans, Humana's diverse lines of business position us to serve millions of people with a wide range of needs, including seniors, military members and self-employed individuals. Website: https://www.humana.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/humana Twitter: https://twitter.com/humana Google+: https://plus.google.com/+humana
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Special $0 Down Kia Lease Deals | We Donate $100 ToLife! - Breast Cancer | Destination Kia | 12206
 
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Fighting cancer by use of a modern Trojan Horse | Giorgos (Γιώργος) Kordas (Κόρδας) | TEDxLesvos
 
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Giorgos Kordas is a Nuclear Physics and Nanotechnology researcher. In TEDxLesvos he described how a personal health problem led him to seek for cancer treatment alternatives. He referred to “Odyssey” and he decided to us a modern “Trojan horse”: Nanotechnology. Ο Γιώργος Κόρδας είναι ερευνητής Πυρηνικής Φυσικής και Νανοθεραπείας. Στο TEDxLesvos μίλησε για το πως μια προσωπική περιπέτεια υγείας τον οδήγησε να σκεφτεί εναλλακτικούς τρόπους για την αντιμετώπιση του καρκίνου. Ανέτρεξε στην Οδύσσεια και σκέφτηκε να χρησιμοποιήσει έναν σύγχρονο Δούρειο Ίππο: την νανοτεχνολογία. George Kordas was born in Nikaia, Piraeus. He studied Physics and in particular Nuclear Physics, at the University of Erlangen in Germany. He completed his Ph.D. at the Department of Materials Science and Engineering of the same University, specializing in Glass and Ceramics Technology. After completing military service, he was appointed at Vanderbilt University in the USA. He has also served as Associate Professor at the University the University of Illinois at Urbana/Champaign. In 1990 he was appointed Research Director at the National Center of Scientific Research “Demokritos”. In 2015 he founded the company nano4chem, for the application of technologies developed at Demokritos. He is the main coordinator of a project funded by the European Research Council, entitled “Nano-container drug carriers for targeted treatment of prostate and breast cancer”, for extremely localized cancer chemotherapy. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
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Is the military giving employees cancer? LIVE!
 
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Veteran With PTSD Surprised With Service Dog
 
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SUBSCRIBE NOW: http://bit.ly/2uwI2ZJ A U.S. Army veteran who suffers from severe PTSD was brought to tears after reading an emotional letter from his family surprising him with a service dog. Rudy Pena, from Amarillo, Texas, is a 10-year Army Combat Medic but after two deployments in Iraq began suffering PTSD, night terrors and depression. He has always wanted a service dog to help but it can cost $20,000-$30,000 and sometimes even more depending on the breed, training, insurance and other costs. Rudy’s wife, Samantha, was able to track down a local woman who offered her an affordable price so she immediately began planning the heart-warming surprise. Samantha, along with the couple’s children Aubrie and Trever and Rudy’s stepson Adrian Rojas, gave Rudy a letter to read on Father’s Day, before taking him to meet his new dog. As Rudy reads the moving letter out loud, he realizes the gift his family have given him, fighting back the tears to finish reading the rest of the note. VideoID: TT-4142 Rights Cleared & Verified: 08/03/2018 ---- T&T Creative Media is a user generated video licensing company. We unearth, verify, package and deliver newsworthy clips to major news organizations and brands worldwide. To license this video clip for media or brand usage, contact licensing@tt-creative.com
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Fight for disability benefits (VRAB)
 
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Fight for disability benefits The National March 2, 2011 Canadian Forces veteran Steven Dornan, battling cancer he says is linked to his military service, questions the Veterans Review Board ruling denying his disability claims Copyright Canadian Broadcast Corporation, used under fair use.
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Atlas of Procedures in Breast Cancer Surgery
 
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Brain Cancer Survivor Joins Army & Police Force, then Gets Yankee Stadium Surprise
 
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After overcoming a brain tumor, Ricky Bruno pursued a lifelong dream to join the Army and then became a police officer. He deserved a day he would never forget and Steiner Sports gave it to him at Yankee Stadium.
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VOA Special English 2018 10 25 Google:  AI Found Breast Cancer with 99 Percent Accuracy
 
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VOA Special English 2018 10 25 Google: AI Found Breast Cancer with 99 Percent Accuracy. Education Plus channel is to free share materials about English learning. It's very pleasure to welcome you all to visit and study. If you satisfy and gain a little from these videos, pls support me to subscribe via this link (http://bit.ly/2mfvNBo), like and share to more and more people know. Many thanks and Regards,
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After Breast Cancer | Dr. Rajesh Padmanabhan | Top10MD
 
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Dallas General Surgeon Dr. Rajesh Padmanabhan discusses life after breast cancer surgery and beginning a new life with breast reconstruction. https://top10md.com/general-surgeons/dallas-general-surgeons/rajesh-padmanabhan-md/ Is your doctor a Top10MD? Find out: http://www.Top10MD.com Dr. Rajesh Padmanabhan is a Dallas-Fort Worth General Surgeon with offices in both cities. His attention to detail is what is patients love about him along with a charming personality. Dr. Padmanabhan joined the United States Air Force in 1991 as a reservist and stayed in this capacity until 2000. Dr. Padmanabhan spent one year at Incirlik Air Base in Turkey in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom in 2003. During his time on active duty, Dr. Padmanabhan received several military honors including the Meritorious Service Medal and the Garcia Award for patient care excellence. After returning from Turkey, Dr. Padmanabhan moved to Texas to open his practice in Arlington and Dallas. He operates at several facilities in the Arlington and Dallas areas. Dr. Raj Padmanabhan specializes in all types of general surgery from: Appendix Surgery Bowel Surgery Breast Surgery Colon Surgery Colonoscopy Colorectal Surgery Endoscopy Esophagogastroduodenoscopy Gallbladder Surgery Hemorrhoid Surgery Hernia Repair Laparoscopic Appendectomy Lipoma Surgery Mediport Placement Parathyroid Surgery Pilonidal Cyst Robotic Surgery Splenectomy Thyroid Surgery Call Dr. Padmanabhan today if you are suffering and need immediate attention. Visit our Top10MD page for more information or to schedule your appointment! -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Follow us on social media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Top10MD/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Top10MD Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/top10md/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/top10md/ -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Follow us on our healthy living blog: https://www.top10md.com/blog
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SGT Tiffany Hunter
 
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SGT Tiffany Hunter Automated Logistics Specialist Duty Station: Schofield Barracks, Hawaii Hometown: Alexandria, Minnesota Soldier Show Performer SGT Tiffany Hunter saw the U.S. Army Soldier Show seven years ago at her first duty station, Camp Humphreys, South Korea -- a long way from her home in Alexandria, Minn. She since deployed to Iraq, won a battle with breast cancer, and now has a 3- year-old son, Malachi, who is "like my world." Hunter hopes to find her "inner person" while touring with the 2013 U.S. Army Soldier Show. "I've wanted this for a long time, and my life was not going in the direction I wanted it to go," she said. "I've finally got my stuff together and it feels good. I'm proud of myself. That's why I love this year's theme, because you can totally come back from anything."
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Q24 Lesbians and Breast Cancer (1993)
 
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While AIDS among gay men got more attention, higher-than-average rates of breast cancer among lesbians was also a major concern in the 1990's. In this story we talk with survivors, family members, supporters and professionals as they dealt with this other epidemic. Featuring survivor Denne Doucher; Beverly Combs, who lost her partner to the disease; Julie Carroll of the Feminist Women's Health Center; Chad Kramer, founder of the Genesis Project; and sex educator and grief counselor Mary McArthur. From Network Q Out Across America Episode 24 October 1993. Watch the rest of the episode at http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLdga93I4JxjqXDhh7HUjVnk309LYs0n2V Produced and directed by David Surber; associate producer Carol Morgan; Atlanta crew Evan Lieberman, Lisa Merrill, Louis Rodriguez, Raul Canovas, Chris Otwell; edited by Clark Morris, Greg Kiernan, Darryl Frank, David Surber, Mitch Kenison, Michael Turri; graphics by Kelly Lujan; post production :30 Second St., Ltd.; incidental music from the YouTube audio library. Originally distributed via subscription on VHS tape; aired on public television in the US in 1995.
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Chickenfoot - Three and a Half Letters
 
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Song - Three and a Half Letters Album - Chickenfoot III Year - 2011 Artist - Chickenfoot Guitar - Joe Satriani Keyboards - Joe Satriani Drums - Chad Smith Bass - Michael Anthony Vocals - Sammy Hagar Lyrics I'm 37 years old Married to my childhood sweetheart Two beautiful girls, two and a half and four Worked nine years at the plant where my father worked And his father before him I have a B.A. but laid off seven months ago It's been hard tough so many others But I still believe Can you help, brother? Can you help? I need a job I need a job I'm willing to work But I need a job I stand in the street With a sign in my hand But I need the work I need a job, yeah I just returned from Afghanistan Spent four years in the military service I'm 24, strong and I can't find work in my hometown I'm married with one beautiful son Seven months old today Never had a chance to buy a home Can't afford the apartment we've been living in Moving in with Debbie's parents, whose home is now in foreclosure Can you help? I need a job I need a job I'm willing to work But I need a job I stand in the street With a sign in my hand I'm willing to work But I need a job I'm sorry this letter is hand-written but I don't have a computer I don't have access to one I'm 51 years old I lost my wife to breast cancer three years ago Lost my job of 26 years one year later I'm homeless with no one to turn to I've been through a lot, bother I heard you like to help people Well, I need help I need a job I need a job I'm willing to work But I need a job I stand in the street With a sign in my hand I'm willing to work But I need a job Got nothin' left Lost it all Can I get back to zero Zero, zero, zero, zero, zero I need a job Yeah, I need a job I need a job And the last letter said: I'm nine years old and homeless. Fuck!
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What is AWARENESS RIBBON? What does AWARENESS RIBBON mean? AWARENESS RIBBON meaning & explanation
 
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What is AWARENESS RIBBON? What does AWARENESS RIBBON mean? AWARENESS RIBBON meaning - AWARENESS RIBBON definition - AWARENESS RIBBON explanation. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. SUBSCRIBE to our Google Earth flights channel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6UuCPh7GrXznZi0Hz2YQnQ Awareness ribbons are symbols meant to show support or raise consciousness for a cause. Different colours and patterns are associated with different issues. Yellow ribbons, in the United States, are used to show that a close family member is abroad in military service. In Russia, Belarus and other countries of the former Soviet Union, gold and black striped ribbons are used to celebrate the Allies' victory in World War II (9 May), or in modern times, to signal loyalty to Putin and the Kremlin. Of the uses of ribbons to draw awareness to health issues, perhaps the best-known is the pink ribbon for support of those with breast cancer. Other health and social concerns which have adopted coloured ribbons include Alzheimer's disease (purple), HIV/AIDS (red), bipolar disorder (green), and brain disorder or disability (silver). Political use of ribbons include red ribbons worn to commemorate the October Revolution (7 November) in the former Soviet Union, and orange ribbons in the Orange Revolution in Ukraine. Other ornaments, including flowers (of specific kinds), bracelets and badges may serve essentially the same purpose of drawing attention to a cause. These include poppies, rosettes and wristbands. The first ribbons that were represented as meaningful objects in history were the tokens given to knights during the Middle Ages in Europe. The yellow ribbon came from the Puritan Army during the English Civil War. From there, it spread to the Americas, where the Army of the United States became associated with it. A yellow ribbon was mentioned in a marching song, sung by the military in the United States. In the year 1917 George A. Norton copyrighted the song for the first time. The title of the song was "Round Her Neck She Wears a Yeller Ribbon". In the 1940s the song was rewritten by several musicians. In the early 1970s, the song "Tie a Yellow Ribbon Round the Ole Oak Tree" was released, and based on this song, a wife of a hostage in Iran, Penney Laingen, was the first who used the ribbon as an awareness symbol. She tied yellow ribbons around trees, to illustrate desire for her husband coming home. Her friends and family members followed the trend. As many individuals were able to see this message, the "ribbon became a medium". In May 1986, the AIDS Faith Alliance, later to be known as Christian Action on AIDS, held an open conference on AIDS at Notting Hill Gate in London, supported by the Archbishop of Canterbury and other United Kingdom Christian church leaders. Rainbow Ribbons were given to everybody attending. The purpose of Christian Action on AIDS, an official Church of England charity whose founder/chairman was Barnaby Miln, was to get the worldwide Christian churches involved in the crisis that was AIDS. The Christian Action on AIDS to fold in 1991. In 1991, the red ribbon was created by the Visual AIDS Artists Caucus, a New York-based group of artists and AIDS activist. They wished to create a visual symbol to demonstrate compassion for people living with AIDS and their caregivers. The color red was chosen for its, "connection to blood and the idea of passion"—both anger and love. During the 1991 Tony Awards, actor Jeremy Irons, wore the bright red ribbon pinned on his chest. Though the symbolism of the ribbon was not allowed to be discussed on air, the media and public noticed the eye catching ribbon, and its popularity grew overnight. The red ribbon was purposefully not copyrighted in the United States, to allow it to be worn and used widely as a symbol in the fight against AIDS. The year 1992 was declared by The New York Times as "The year of the Ribbon". Upon its popularity, fashion designer, Isaac Mizrahi once stated "I love the red ribbon. It ruins whatever you're wearing, it does not work compositionally, it's the wrong color, it throws your hair off, and who cares, because you have human feelings and you are showing them." Today the red ribbon is an internationally recognized symbol of AIDS Awareness and a design icon. It has led the way for many other color ribbons and awareness projects.
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Breast Cancer Awareness Month
 
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Troops flock to bedside of sick 'Hug Lady'
 
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Elizabeth Laird made it her mission to hug every Fort Hood soldier headed off to war... or coming home. Now, military personnel are returning the favor as she battles a serious illness. ************************************************************ Want even more heartwarming stories?! Subscribe to Humankind's YouTube channel: http://bit.ly/1IrNzUN Like Humankind on Facebook: http://bit.ly/fbhkvids ************************************************************ KILLEEN, Tx. — Retired Army Staff Sgt. Edmond Clark entered the hospital room and stood over 83-year-old Elizabeth Laird. He took her hand. “You mind if I hug and kiss you?” he asked. “Please do,” she replied. He bent down and hugged her neck. “I love you so much,” he whispered. His eyes reddened. “I just had to come and see you.” Edmond Clark went to war three times. Each time, Elizabeth Laird was there to hug him when he left... and when he came home. She figures she’s hugged about a half-million departing or returning Fort Hood soldiers since the start of the Iraq war in 2003... spending hours as lines of men and women stooped to embrace her. Soldiers simply call her the “hug lady.” Now they want to help her fight. “I’ve had breast cancer since 2005,” Laird explained Wednesday in a soft voice. “It has metastasized to my bones and my lungs.” Laird is now too sick to be where she wanted to be Wednesday: The Veterans Dayparade in Killeen. Everyone in the crowd of vets and soldiers seemed to know her. “The hug lady was very inspirational in my first deployment to Afghanistan; she touched my heart,” said retired Army Capt. Caren Adkins. “One American impacting so many lives.” Staff Sgt. Kenneth Fiaoni said soldiers would talk about their encounter with Laird on the plane home. “Every time coming back, we knew: 'Going to see the hug lady,'" he said, knowing that Laird would be there, no matter the day or time. Now she can’t be. So they come to her at Metroplex Hospital in Killeen. Young Spc. Kindra Rimes brought her flowers. “Support the troops with yellow,” Laird told her. “I’ll bring yellow bows tomorrow,” Rimes replied. Elizabeth Laird said she started hugging military personnel because a deploying soldier hugged her first. She said she has a simple reason for seeing them face-to-face. “I want them to know God will take care of them. But they have to ask Him,” she explained. And for those who didn’t return? She sighs. “For several years, whenever they had a memorial service, I’d go out and hug their families,” Laird said. She understands loss. Laird's husband and daughter died suddenly in the same week in 2008. Still, she came to the soldiers. Now they’re hugging back, helping to raise more than $50,000 for her long-term care through a GoFundMe account set up by her son. Elizabeth Laird has refused chemotherapy and radiation treatments; she prefers to battle her illness using prayer and purpose. She tells Edmond Clark she hopes to be out in a few days, although she looks too frail to move. “Got flights coming up,” she tells him. “Got to get out and hug you.” “Yes ma'am,” the soldier replied. “You have always been there. Always will be.” For more of the story, click here: http://usat.ly/1RZzJLF
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10 Heartbreaking Goodbyes Between Pets And Their Owners
 
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#1 Wagner Figueiredo de Lima and his horse, Seren. https://goo.gl/OlQRmG #2 Lynn Bakker and her pet dog, Jaden. https://goo.gl/rC7WTk #3 Mario and the giraffe. https://goo.gl/nWCrai #4 Young boy's farewell to pet goldfish. https://goo.gl/TQQONg #5 Dog says goodbye to her dying owner. https://goo.gl/vK53pD #6 Police dog bids touching farewell to fallen human partner https://goo.gl/yrgVF2 #7 Woman's Final goodbye to her dog. https://goo.gl/LXSWqM #8 Woman's Final Goodbye To Her Favorite Horse https://goo.gl/0yC6fD #9 Heartbroken Cat Lives By Owners Grave For A Year https://goo.gl/cFsJuR #10 Horse Taken To Hospital To Visit Dying Owner One Last Time https://goo.gl/PJhlSr *************************************** Thank you very much for all the love and Support .❤️ Follow me : FACEBOOK ► https://www.facebook.com/nollygrionews INSTAGRAM ► https://www.instagram.com/nollygriomedia TWITTER ► https://twitter.com/Nollygriomedia WEBSITE ► http://www.nollygriomedia.com/ ***************************************
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Sec. Carter announces end of ban on transgender troops in military
 
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Secretary of Defense Ash Carter on Thursday announced that the U.S. military would end the ban on transgender individuals from serving.
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Military Surgeon Returns to North Shore Practice after Second Tour in Afghanistan
 
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October 1, 2012 started out like any another day at the office for orthopedic surgeon Doug Peterson, D.O. The North Shore native was seeing patients at his practice in Salem when he received a phone call that would change the course of his life for much of the year to follow. A member of the Navy Reserves with 15 years of active duty under his belt, Dr. Peterson was being called up to lead a medical unit for the Combined Joint Special Operations Task Force that was heading to Afghanistan. Having been deployed abroad several times prior—including a lengthy tour in Afghanistan three years ago—Dr. Peterson understood immediately what this call meant for his family. "The military is my passion, but the sacrifice my wife and kids make when I'm gone is hard on us all," says Dr. Peterson, the father of three children. "Leaving my wife to play the role of both mom and dad is always difficult, but it is truly an honor to put on the uniform and serve my country in any way that I can." Within several months, Dr. Peterson found himself stationed at a military base in Asadabad, located in a mountainous region of northeastern Afghanistan, two miles from the border of Pakistan. There he was in charge of a 17-person medical team comprised of general surgeons, anesthesiologists, critical care nurses and physicians and medics. All came from different military backgrounds, but all shared the common goal to save lives. "Our mission was to provide medical support to military units that were operating in the region, trying to stabilize the border and prevent the Taliban from transporting weapons and drugs through the mountain passes of Pakistan," says Dr. Peterson. Working in a small medical facility on the base, Dr. Peterson and his team were focused on stabilizing combat-injured and critically wounded soldiers—of which there was a steady flow—and transferring them to hospitals with more advanced clinical capabilities. "It is a scary thing, being thrown into a situation where people are critically wounded and dying," says Dr. Peterson. "I kept my team centered by having them focus on one procedure at a time rather than looking at the larger impact. This approach helped them handle what was in front of them since many had never been part of anything like this before." In addition to working with wounded soldiers, Dr. Peterson's team also cared for critically injured Afghans, tending to some of the more severe cases that were beyond the scope of the local health resources. The team also held an orthopedic clinic for the locals, caring for ankle and lower back injuries common to residents of the mountainous region. "It is extremely rewarding to use my training and expertise to help people who have so little," explains Dr. Peterson. "Missions like this are why I fell in love with the military and being an orthopedic surgeon." Born and raised in Beverly, Dr. Peterson knew he wanted to draw upon his experience playing high school sports and become an orthopedist with a focus in sports medicine. After medical school, he completed a fellowship at Massachusetts General Hospital, which gave him the opportunity to take care of a wide variety of patients and conditions. Among those he treated were numerous Boston area athletes, including members of the Patriots, Red Sox and Bruins. Having returned from his deployment in November 2013, Dr. Peterson is happy to be back on his home turf and seeing patients at North Shore Center for Orthopedic Surgery in Salem. His wife, Stacy, is also glad to have him back home. "We are so proud of the work he did in Afghanistan, but we are definitely excited he's back. We are starting to get back into our normal routine and spending lots of time with our family and friends."
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Broken Records Radio - Breast Cancer Awareness Public Service Announcement
 
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Ladies, let us introduce you to the buddy system!
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Syrian Army Secures Borderline with Jordan, Israeli Occupied Golan Heights
 
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The Syrian flag is again fluttering on the ground zero, a triangle of Syrian territory slicing between Jordan and the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights with the Syrian army taking full control of the Yarmouk Basin in southwestern Syria after routing Islamic State (IS) militants. This triangle is located in the far western countryside of Syria's southern province of Daraa, the birthplace of the Syrian war, which was recently recaptured by the Syrian army. More on: http://www.cctvplus.com/news/20180809/8087530.shtml#!language=1 Welcome to subscribe us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NewsContent.CCTVPLUS Twitter: https://twitter.com/CCTV_Plus LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/cctv-news-content Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cctvnewscontent/ Video on Demand: www.cctvplus.com If you are in demand of this video footage, please contact with our business development team via email: service@cctvplus.com
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Brides Against Breast Cancer will be at the Four Points Sheraton
 
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Hello Bakersfield friends. Our next dress show is fast approaching. Please mark your calendars! Friday, October 19th 5pm -- 8pm *Enjoy Blushing Bride Cocktails & delicious appetizers with great music and live models showcasing our couture gown collection! Saturday, October 20th 10am -- 6pm Four Points By Sheraton Bakersfield 5101 California Avenue Bakersfield, CA 93309 Hundreds of designer, couture, new and gently-used gowns available ranging from $99 to $4,000, all styles in sizes 0-30. We have a gown to match any wedding theme or budget. Layaway is available with up to 12 month payment terms. We gladly accept cash, personal check, Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express and debit cards. 20% discount for active military and reserves (proof of service required)
Digital Mammographer: computer detects breast cancer
 
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Living Discoveries is a diagnostic company which blends advanced artificial intelligence with medical diagnosis. Witness our first product prototype, Digital Mammographer, diagnosing breast cancer without the aid of a human! The video was recorded at high resolution; full view in HD for best quality. Read more at http://www.livingdiscoveries.com
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Teens born after 9/11 honor victims through service
 
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Hundreds of volunteers gathered in Boston to memorialize September 11th victims through an act of service for active and retired military. Nearly one-fifth of them were too young to have witnessed the attacks, but that didn’t keep them from honoring the memory of lives lost. (Herald video by Meghan Ottolini)
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Philanthropy Makes Life-Saving Military Training Program Possible
 
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The Military Partnership Program at HonorHealth provides life-saving training to military medical personnel and first responders. Service members receive hands-on learning, including clinical rotations and realistic training at the Military Partnership's simulation lab, where they practice critical medical skills on advanced human patient simulations with life-like functions. This program is made possible through the generous support from donors in our community. To donate visit give.honorhealth.com.
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Stem cells - Dr Jekyll or Mr Hyde: Hans Clevers at TEDxAmsterdam
 
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Produced by: http://www.fellermedia.com Camera & Crew: http://www.hoens.tv Stem cells are the foundation of all mammalian life, including that of man. Every organ in our body harbors its own dedicated 'adult' stem cells. These adult stem cells replace tissue that is lost due to wear and tear, or after trauma and disease. Adult stem cells are highly specialized and can only produce the tissue in which they reside. Examples are bone marrow stem cells (that make all blood cells), skin stem cells and gut stem cells. Even the brain harbors its specialized stem cells. Adult stem cells are easily 'harvested' from donors and can be transplanted. The great danger of stem cells rests in the fact that they not only fuel tissue (re)generation, but also are the cells that most easily transform into cancer cells. State-of-the-art and future perspectives of stem cell research are discussed with a focus on gut stem cells and colon cancer. Hans Clevers is the President of the Royal Dutch Academy of Arts and Sciences (KNAW) and a world-renowned researcher into stem cells. From 1991-2002 Hans Clevers was Professor in Immunology at the University Utrecht and, since 2002, Professor in Molecular Genetics. From 2002-2012 he was director of the Hubrecht Institute in Utrecht. He was the first scientist to identify intestinal stem cells and remains one of the leading researchers in this field. His discoveries have had significant impact in cancer as well as in regenerative therapy with stem cells and in vitro organ culture. Hans Clevers is the recipient of several awards, including the Dutch Spinoza Award in 2001. He obtained an ERC Advanced Investigator grant in 2008. He is Chevalier de la Legion d'Honneur since 2005 and Knight in the Order of the Netherlands Lion since 2012.
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