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Bladder Cancer - 7 - Surgery and Recovery, Part 1 (Hospital)
Radical cystectomy and prostatectomy with neobladder and the week of recovery in the hospital. This is the 7th in a series of videos that document my experience with bladder cancer and its treatment. In the Fall of 2015, at the age of 38, I was diagnosed with Stage 2, aggressive bladder cancer. These videos are a detailed account of my treatment and some of the helpful lessons that I learned along the way. The story is unfiltered; I don't avoid frightening, painful, or embarrassing topics. My treatment consisted of four rounds of MVAC chemotherapy followed by a radical cystectomy and prostatectomy with an orthopedic neobladder urinary diversion. Thanks to many excellent doctors and nurses, countless unseen researchers, two extraordinary surgeons, and the support of my family and friends, Summer of 2017 marks my first year of remission. My treatment spanned 36 weeks and is documented across several videos: Week 01 Video 1 Symptoms Week 03 Video 1 MedCeck consultation Week 05 Video 1 Primary Care Physician consultation Week 06 Video 1 Urologist consultation Week 08 Video 1 CT scan/Cystoscopy Week 09 Video 2 TURB biopsy Week 11 Video 3 Biopsy Results (diagnosis) Week 11 Video 3 Surgical consultation Week 12 Video 3 Oncologist consultation Week 13 Video 3 Chemo prep procedures Week 13 Video 4 TURB resection/debulking and chemo port Week 15 Video 5 Chemotherapy round 1 of 4 Week 17 Video 6 Chemotherapy round 2 of 4 Week 19 Video 6 Chemotherapy round 3 of 4 Week 21 Video 6 Chemotherapy round 4 of 4 Week 25 Video 7 Radical cystectomy and prostatectomy with neobladder Week 27 Video 8 Post-op #1: Removed kidney stent and JP drain Week 29 Video 8 Post-op #2: Removed foley and started urinating Week 31 Video 8 Post-op #3: Removed SPT Week 34 Video 8 Removed ureteral stent and chemo port Week 35 Video 8 Returned to work
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Bladder cancer and its signs and symptoms
Do you have blood in your urine or have an increased need to urinate? Hear Professor Nick James from Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham, UK explains the signs and symptoms of bladder cancer. Every year, almost half a million people worldwide are diagnosed with bladder cancer. Early diagnosis is key to preventing the cancer from spreading, so it is important to recognise the potential early symptoms. The most common symptom of bladder cancer is blood in the urine. Other symptoms include abdominal pain, lower back pain and bladder irritation. If you spot blood in your urine, which includes seeing a red or brown colour, it is recommended that you visit your doctor. To find out more about bladder cancer and the symptoms to take action early visit: www.wecarecampaign.org and sign-up to the We Care pledge. Mehr Videos auf http://www.youtube.com/roche
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Having a cystoscopy | Cancer Research UK
A cystoscopy is a test to look inside your bladder. Find out what happens when you have the test and how you might feel. This is a Cancer Research UK video. Learn more about cancer tests at http://www.cancerresearchuk.org/about-cancer/cancers-in-general/tests/
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Video 1 - Introduction to the Royal Berkshire Hospital Bladder Cancer Cystectomy team
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Radiotherapy treatment for bladder cancer
A short video of the complete procedure for radiotherapy to treat bladder cancer. This is myself receiving the treatment 25th January 2018 at Worcester Oncology Department UK. The treatment is split into 20 sessions over 4 weeks, this is number 5 for me. i asked for permission to record this to help others who are offered radiotherapy as a treatment so they can see what is involved.
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DOCS: Teenage Cancer Ward
SUBSCRIBE to Barcroft TV: http://bit.ly/Oc61Hj A highly poignant and powerful documentary about life at The Queen Elizabeth Hospital’s Young Person’s Unit, featuring honest, intimate stories of the teenagers fighting this deadly disease. Rebecca is an eighteen-year-old student who’s just been diagnosed with bone cancer; twenty-four-year old Adam’s cancer has returned three times in the past nine years, and his internal organs are suffering from the chemotherapy he has endured over the years; sixteen year-old Alex, who thought he had a career as a break-dancer, is facing an operation for his bone cancer which may drastically alter his life forever. All of them are under the care of ward sister Nicky Pettitt, who’s looked after hundreds of teenage patients as they go through some of the best and worst experiences of their lives - from being told they’re going to get better to facing the uncertainty of survival and even death. How do the teenagers and their friends and families cope with their life-threatening conditions? With intimate access to the patients and medical staff, Teenage Cancer Ward tells the poignant, inspirational stories of three young people thrust together at random by their life-threatening conditions. CREDIT: All3Media Barcroft TV: https://www.youtube.com/user/barcroftmedia/featured Barcroft Animals: https://www.youtube.com/barcroftanimals/featured Barcroft Cars: https://www.youtube.com/user/BarcroftCars/featured Bear Grylls Adventure: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCzcUNwS7mypzPhW4gsjO7og/featured For more of the amazing side of life: For the full story, visit BARCROFT.TV: http://www.barcroft.tv/ Like @BarcroftTV on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BarcroftTV Follow @Barcroft_TV on Twitter: https://www.Twitter.com/Barcroft_TV Check out more videos: https://www.youtube.com/user/barcroftmedia/videos
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Cystoscopy (sis-TOS-kuh-pee) is a procedure that allows your doctor to examine the lining of your bladder and the tube that carries urine out of your body (urethra). A hollow tube (cystoscope) equipped with a lens is inserted into your urethra and slowly advanced into your bladder.
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Bladder Cancer's Missing Successful Treatment.
BCG the successful bladder cancer treatment is stopped. BCG Bacillus Calmette-Guerin the inventor, has been withdrawn from many hospitals in the United Kingdom due to an extraordinary shortage. With it's instillation, in many bladder cancer patients, a far better prognosis is promised. Many patients worried that their treatment will end, are put under unbearable anxiety and concern over their future. More unsettling is the fact it may be down to costs. More info... http://www.fightbladdercancer.co.uk .
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Irrfan Khan BREAKS SILENCE on cancer treatment in London | वनइंडिया हिंदी
Irrfan Khan's emotional letter on his cancer is making rounds on social media. Actor poured his heart out in the letter and reveals how badly he is in pain. Everyone is praying for Irrfan Khan's recovery when he left everyone in complete shock that he has been diagnosed with a rare, high-grade neuroendocrine cancer. Soon the actor moved to UK for the treatment and since then has been giving occasional updates about his health. Watch video to know more! -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Subscribe to OneIndia Hindi Channel for latest updates on movies and related videos. You Tube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCOjgc1p2hJ4GZi6pQQoXWYQ Follow us on Twitter : https://twitter.com/oneindiaHindi Like us on Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/oneindiahindi Join our circle in Google Plus : https://plus.google.com/u/0/b/118156146313394866739/+oneindiahindi Download App: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=in.oneindia.android.tamilapp
Bladder cancer my story so far
A little different topic please share and like Video https://youtu.be/c-nhiu1UcwE
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cystoscopy and bladder biopsy
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Bladder Cancer Chemotherapy NY | Weill Cornell Medicine Genitourinary Oncology Program
https://weillcornell.org/gucancer “Because of precision medicine, I’m here today,” said Irene Price, a patient who received bladder cancer chemotherapy treatment at Weill Cornell Medicine’s Genitourinary (GU) Oncology Program. When Irene’s tumor was removed, the biopsy and genetic analyses revealed that her bladder cancer was most likely to respond to a drug typically used to treat breast cancer. This method of treating cancer is called precision medicine and is just one of the many ways the oncologists at Weill Cornell Medicine design unique and cutting-edge cancer treatment regimens. Irene shares that the combination of high science, medical expertise and warmth she experienced with each visit to the Genitourinary (GU) Oncology Program at Weill Cornell Medicine left her feeling like she had been given the best advice and treatments possible. As a result, she has been able to witness the birth of her great grandchildren. Call us now at (646) 962-2072, or click the link below to learn more: https://weillcornell.org/gucancer Bladder Cancer Clinical Trials NYC Bladder Cancer Center NYC Bladder Cancer Chemotherapy NYC Bladder Cancer Treatment Bladder Cancer Options Bladder Cancer Research 525 East 68th Street New York, NY 10065 Related Videos: https://youtu.be/WVJDkxJiL44 https://youtu.be/zqiXeqInvhc https://youtu.be/54S1lyiJH60 I was originally diagnosed with bladder cancer, and I believe that was in 2009. I was looking for a doctor. I started with a doctor in New Jersey that lasted a minute and a half. My family and I did some research, and we decided that Cornell Weill seemed to be on top of bladder cancer. Bladder cancer isn't the most common cancer around, and they seemed to be doing innovative things. I had surgery a year and a half ago, and because of that surgery I was able to take part in precision medicine. And because of precision medicine, I'm here today, because through that they found out that even though I have bladder cancer, the analysis of the tumor that they removed and my bladder that they removed showed that there is an amplification, I guess you would say, to breast cancer. So therefore, even though I have bladder cancer, I am being treated with breast cancer drugs. So the concept of targeting the patient's therapy is what we call precision medicine, which is really another way for saying, we want to be precise about this patient and his tumor. We do that by actually biopsying the tumor, sequencing it, doing DNA and RNA analysis, saying, "Gee, this looks like something that we can target, something that we can treat. We want to do what's right and what's best for the patient.My relationship with the doctors and their staff has been warm, compassionate, and professional. I walk in the hospital, and there isn't one person that I pass that doesn't smile and say hello. There always seemed to be something else that they were willing and could try, and I think I've had the best medical advice that I possibly could. It is a wonderful, wonderful thing, and I'm very, very fortunate that I've had Dr. Nanus to guide me. For more info, click this link: https://youtu.be/zqiXeqInvhc https://www.google.com/?gws_rd=ssl#tbm=vid&q=Bladder+Cancer+Chemotherapy+NY Video production, video search engine optimization and video marketing provided by Video SEO Pro, Inc. To learn more give us a call at (914) 368-9600 or click the link below. http://www.myvideoseopro.com/lp001
Sunrise Hospital bladder cancer detection and treatment FOX5 Vegas KVVU 2
FOX5 Las Vegas interview with Dr. Jay Krishna about Bladder Cancer and Blue Light Cystoscopy with Cysview at Sunrise Hospital and Medical Center (Las Vegas, NV)
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Preventing cystectomy in patients with advanced or complicated bladder cancer
Morgan Roupret, MD, PhD, from the Pitié-Salpétrière Hospital, Paris, France, discusses preventing cystectomy in patients with advanced and complicated bladder cancer at the European Association of Urology (EAU) conference 2017 in London, UK. Currently, treatment for patients with advanced bladder cancer or urothelial inversion is a cystectomy. This has a significant impact on the patient’s quality of life. This can be avoided by removing the tumour, without performing a cystectomy, and treating circulating cells with systemic treatment, which will be available in the near future.
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What is it like having Prostate Radiotherapy treatment?
The Radiotherapy team and a prostate radiotherapy patient take you through having prostate radiotherapy treatment. The video covers the following subjects. 1. Having gold marker seeds (fiducial markers) inserted 2. Getting ready for treatment 3. Bladder and bowel preparation 4. Checking in for treatment 5. Discussing treatment with your radiotherapist 6. Having a pre treatment CT scan 7. Having radiotherapy tattoo dots 8. Getting ready for therapy in the treatment room 9. Having prostate radiotherapy treatment 10. Side effects of prostate radiotherapy treatment 11. Having a treatment review and questionnaire For information about OUH Radiotherapy please visit: http://www.ouh.nhs.uk/cancer/services/radiotherapy For patient information leaflets please visit: http://www.ouh.nhs.uk/cancer/services/radiotherapy/for-patients/leaflets.aspx
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Episode 84: Cannabis Oil in the Treatment of Cancer of the Bladder and Lymph Nodes in the Groin
A year after surgery to remove an aggressive tumour in the urethra, Steve Powell of the United Kingdom was diagnosed with bladder cancer as well as cancer of the lymph nodes in the groin. He opted for chemo but halfway through started taking cannabis oil, which, along with dietary changes, is improving his health. Use next link to contribute to this subtitle www.youtube.com/timedtext_video?ref=share&v=E15pbqqkoHc
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What it's Like to Have a CT Scan - Cancer Research UK
Find out what it's like to have a CT scan. Visit our website: http://www.cancerresearchuk.org/about-cancer/cancer-in-general/tests/ct-scan for more information on CT Scans, cancer staging and diagnosis.
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Life after Bladder Removal - Part I: Anatomy
In Part I of IV, Dr. Alexander Kutikov, Associate Professor of Surgical Oncology at the Fox Chase Cancer Center, breaks down anatomy basics.
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Frank Chinegwudoh speaks about bladder cancer on Sky News
Frank Chinegwudoh speaks about bladder cancer on Sky News, May 2013
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New Bladder Cancer Test Could Greatly Improve Patient Care
UK researchers have developed a basic urine test that could greatly improve a patient's quality of life and has the potential to save the UK National Healthcare system over £100 annually. The study was published in the European Journal of Cancer. To read more... http://www.empowereddoctor.com/new-bladder-cancer-test-could-greatly-improve-patient-care For similar stories... http://www.empowereddoctor.com/bladder-cancer
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Monir Uddin report on 29th November 2014 on Bladder Cancer For the ATN Bangla UK part 1
This is a special report on bladder Cancer in UK by Monir Uddin. This is part 1 of part two which is broadcast on 29th November.
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Endoscopic Bladder Resection for Bladder Cancer
Bladder cancer is any of several types of cancer arising from the epithelial lining (i.e., the urothelium) of the urinary bladder. Rarely the bladder is involved by non-epithelial cancers, such as lymphoma or sarcoma, but these are not ordinarily included in the colloquial term "bladder cancer." It is a disease in which abnormal cells multiply without control in the bladder. The most common type of bladder cancer recapitulates the normal histology of the urothelium and is known as transitional cell carcinoma or more properly urothelial cell carcinoma. Five-year survival rates in the United States are around 77%. Bladder cancer is the 9th leading cause of cancer with 430,000 new cases[3] and 165,000 deaths occurring in 2012. Signs and symptoms: Bladder cancer characteristically causes blood (redness) in the urine. This blood in the urine may be visible to the naked eye (gross/macroscopic hematuria) or detectable only by microscope (microscopic hematuria). Hematuria is the most common symptom in bladder cancer. It occurs in approximately 80-90% of the patients. Other possible symptoms include pain during urination, frequent urination, or feeling the need to urinate without being able to do so. These signs and symptoms are not specific to bladder cancer, and are also caused by non-cancerous conditions, including prostate infections, over-active bladder and cystitis. There are many other causes of hematuria, such as bladder or ureteric stones, infection, kidney disease, kidney cancers and vascular malformations. Patients with advanced disease refer pelvic or bony pain, lower-extremity edema, or flank pain. Rarely a palpable mass can be detected on physical examination. ***John Cudecki, M.D. provides expert commentary while surgical partner, Michael Gomez, M.D., performs a bladder tumor resection on a patient with bladder cancer from Mercy Hospital and Medical Center in Chicago, IL. The expert commentary features solutions for ergonomic positioning of the OR table and imaging monitors in a hybrid OR. Pls Subscriptions and Share : Follow us on: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFFnAEmlw80lqFPtJ4-DRPg sbs15625@gmail.com https://twitter.com/BariSadik https://www.facebook.com/sadikatulbari.sadik https://www.facebook.com/mats.dmf?ref=hl tabersdictionary.blogspot.com
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Spotting mouth cancer signs and symptoms early -- Mike's story -- Cancer Research UK
Mike tells us how he found his mouth cancer early. Learn about possible symptoms of mouth cancer and why it is important to see your doctor as soon as you have symptoms. This is a Cancer Research UK video. Learn more about mouth cancer at www.cancerresearchuk.org/cancer-help/type/mouth-cancer/ Video transcript: Mike: My name is Mike Donahue, I live in County Durham. I’m a professional magician and in 2007 I was diagnosed with mouth cancer. I was getting shaved for an event early evening to go out and perform at an event and I noticed a lump on my neck. At first I just thought it was muscle so for a couple of weeks I didn’t do anything and then I thought there’s maybe something not right here. So I went to the GP and as soon as he looked at it he faxed though to hospital just to get it checked in case it was cancer. And he actually mentioned the word cancer. I remember going to a Blackpool magic convention which I used to go to every year wondering whether I would have cancer or not when I came back. And they said yeah you’ve got cancer. So it was shock and devastation. But thanks the skill of the doctors and the brains of the medical world I’m still here. So very lucky but I put it down to going straight away really to get it seen to. The sooner you go to get it checked out the more chance you’ve got of recovering from whatever you have wrong with you so it makes sense to go early. For me, the fact that I went early, that’s why I’m still here and living a full life now. So I’m doing the best I can to be fit and I’m really happier than I’ve ever been in my life. Really happy.
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Southmead Hospital surgeons use robot to create a new bladder for cancer patients
Surgeons at Southmead Hospital are robotically constructing new bladders for cancer patients in a UK first. The procedure, known as a radical cystectomy and neo-bladder, used to be performed manually in open surgery by surgeons creating a new bladder for cancer patients who had to have the organ removed. Now Southmead Hospital, in Bristol, are making neo-bladders robotically from the patient's own bowel tissue inside their body for the first time. The keyhole surgery is less invasive, has a faster recovery time for patients.
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Watch ROCKY AMSTEL sing "THE CYSTOSCOPY BLUES" which features an "amazing" harmonica solo.....all recorded during my CYSTOSCOPY TREATMENT for my bladder cancer. The urologist and the nursing staff are amazingly professional.I felt very little pain and everything went quite smoothly. I'm not quite sure if they will ever forget the singing/blues harmonica player for quite awhile....TO BE CONTINUED!!!
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Bladder Cancer - Radiation Treatment
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How to change your ostomy bag
My mom is being released from the nursing home in just a few days and I had asked my mom's nurse to show me how to change her ostomy bag.
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Managing side effects in treatment of bladder cancer
Morgan Roupret, MD, PhD, from the Pitié-Salpétrière Hospital, Paris, France, discusses management of side effects in treatment of bladder cancer at the European Association of Urology (EAU) conference 2017 in London, UK. He states that in the near future, medication delivered directly to the bladder will be available to reduce the side effects of BCG and chemotherapy.
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Dreaded cystoscopy! How is it really? A woman's candid perspective.
A patient candidly describes her impressions after an in-office cystoscopy (bladder inspection) by Dr. John C. Lin at Sunrise Urology. Sunrise Urology is located in Gilbert, Arizona, USA http://www.sunriseurology.com (480) 507-9600 #Cystoscopy #Woman
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Clinical experiences in a UK hospital - Dr David Grimes
Dr David Grimes is a consultant Gastroenterologist at Blackburn Hospital in the UK. In his book Vitamin D and cholesterol -- the importance of the sun he writes about treating many immigrants from South Asia to the UK and their children. He shows the relevance of Vitamin D for infections, diabetes, heart disease, liver disease, Crohn's disease and many cancers. You can see more at: www.vitamindandcholesterol.com
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Living life to the full with a stoma
Our Never Too Young campaign raises awareness of bowel cancer in people under the age of 50. In this video, Alex talks about how he felt when he first got his stoma and how he learnt to fit it around his active lifestyle.
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Bladder cancer treatment in India at multispeciality hospitals
Bladder cancer treatment in India is provided at multispeciality hospitals in Mumbai, Delhi, Chennai by the team of expert medical professionals. Not only the Indian doctors are highly qualified but the support staff is also trained in providing high quality medical services. Bladder cancer refers to any of several types of malignant growths of the urinary bladder. It is a disease in which abnormal cells multiply without control in the bladder. Bladder cancer treatment remains a challenge despite significant improvements in preventing disease progression and improving survival. Bladder cancer treatment in India is available at low cost with all the modern facilities and techniques. Different types of treatment are available for patients with bladder cancer. Radiation therapy is a cancer treatment that uses high-energy x-rays or other types of radiation to kill cancer cells or keep them from growing. Chemotherapy is a treatment that uses drugs to stop the growth of cancer cells, either by killing the cells or by stopping them from dividing. Biologic therapy is another treatment for cancer that uses the patients immune system to fight cancer. Substances made by the body or made in a laboratory are used to boost, direct, or restore the bodys natural defenses against cancer. This type of cancer treatment is also called biotherapy or immunotherapy. Bladder cancer treatment in India is considered as best as it is performed using the finest and the modern facilities and latest technology. Medical tourism in India has goal to restore optimal health of patient within state-of-the-art facilities and comfortable and relaxing environment. To get more information on Bladder cancer treatment in India visit http://www.forerunnershealthcare.com or mail at enquiry@forerunnershealthcare.com or call us at +91-9371136499, +91-9860755000, + 1-415-599-2537 (USA) / +44-20-8133-2571 (UK).
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Bladder-sparing treatments: an alternative to bladder removal for bladder cancer patients
Dr Anne Kiltie, from the University of Oxford, Oxford, UK, talks about an alternative type of therapy for bladder cancer patients who are not fit to have their bladder removed. This alternative, known as bladder spearing is when patients are given radiotherapy treatment over a period of 4 to 6 weeks. Generally, this treatment is well tolerated. Patients must be closely followed up with check cystoscopy, to ensure the tumour has not come back. Dr Kiltie explains that this treatment should ideally be given along with chemotherapy. However, not all patients especially older patients, do not deal with the chemotherapy very well. Therefore, new chemotherapy that are less toxic with fewer side effects are hoping to be developed. Recorded at the European Association of Urology (EAU) conference 2017 in London, UK.
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Cystoscopy Female Surgery
Patient Education & Engagement Company Your doctor has recommended that you undergo a Cystoscopy. But what exactly does that mean? The lower urinary tract allows your body to store and release urine. It's made up of two parts, the bladder and the urethra. Your bladder is a hollow organ that expands as it fills with urine. Because it is made of muscular tissue, it can also contract and force urine to pass out of the body, through the urethra. Your urethra carries urine from the bladder to the outside of your body. Your doctor feels that it is necessary to examine the interior of the urethra and bladder, to try to determine the cause of a problem that you may be having. Symptoms that may call for a routine Cystoscopy include: * Persistent infection of the urinary tract * Bladder stones * Bleeding while urinating * Irritation due to polyps, or * Changes to the bladder caused by cancer. Cystoscopy is a simple procedure during which your doctor will insert a well-lubricated, instrument called a cystoscope through your urethra and into your bladder. The cystoscope allows your doctor to visually inspect the interior of your bladder. It also allows your doctor to remove small pieces of tissue for later examination and even to crush small bladder stones, should any be present. Any tissue that your doctor removes from your bladder will be sent immediately to a laboratory for analysis. Your doctor will ask the laboratory to check for any sign of cancer or other abnormality. Your Procedure: On the day of your operation, you will be asked to put on a surgical gown. You may receive a sedative by mouth and an intravenous line may be put in. You will then be transferred to the operating table. Once on the table, your feet and legs will be placed in an elevated position with your knees apart. You'll be asked to urinate so the amount of urine remaining in the bladder can be measured. A nurse will then shave your pubic area and swab the opening of your urethra with an antiseptic solution. A well-lubricated cystoscope is gently inserted into the urethra and slowly guided inward. Once the cystoscope is inside the bladder, your doctor will inject a small amount of water through the cystoscope and into the bladder. The water serves to expand the bladder, helping your doctor to better examine the interior. It also helps by washing away any blood or remaining urine. You may feel a sense of fullness as though you need to urinate. You'll be encouraged to relax and not to try to retain the water in your bladder. As the team completes the inspection, they'll be looking for suspicious tissues. If they find bladder stones, your doctor may try to crush these so that they can pass out of the bladder during normal urination. If the team finds a suspicious growth they will use a special grasping tool to take a sample of tissue in order to send to a laboratory for analysis. When the inspection is complete, your doctor will remove the cystoscope and you'll be asked to empty your bladder. Your doctor will probably ask you to wear a temporary Foley catheter. A Foley catheter is a narrow tube inserted through your urethra and into your bladder. The catheter is connected to a bag that is attached to your leg by a strap. While the Foley catheter is in place, urine will pass from your bladder into the bag. You will not need to urinate into a toilet. The nurse will show you how to change the bag when it is full. An appointment will be made for you to return to the doctor's office in a couple of days to have the catheter removed. As soon as the anesthesia wears off and you feel comfortable, you'll be allowed to leave.
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How can we optimize contemporary bladder cancer care?
Morgan Roupret, MD, PhD, from the Pitié-Salpétrière Hospital, Paris, France, discusses optimization of contemporary bladder cancer care at the European Association of Urology (EAU) conference 2017 in London, UK. He highlights that bladder cancer has been treated with the same tools for over 30 years, and speaks about new therapies which are now available. Prof. Roupret also points out why a multidisciplinary team approach is needed for bladder cancer management.
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Prostate Cancer Treatment Support | Cancer Research UK
To find out more about Prostate Cancer treatment support visit: http://www.cancerresearchuk.org/cancer-help/type/prostate-cancer/ This video describes the extra support that prostate cancer patients under treatment need, including some of the side effects prostate cancer has and how to manage with the physical issues of Prostate Cancer. More videos about prostate cancer are available at the end of this video. Dr. Vincent Gnanapragasm from Cambridge University talks us through common prostate cancer risk factors: A diagnosis of Prostate cancer is never easy to deal with. I’ve come to Cambridge University hospital to meet Dr. Vincent Gnanapragasam to find out how best to cope. Well Vincent what advice do you have? Certainly hearing you’ve got Cancer is devastating news for yourself and for your family. But I do tell my patients there is every reason to be optimistic. Many men will live with their cancers and cures are eminently possible in many cases. But for those who are struggling to cope there are support services in your own hospital or in your GP practice or indeed nationally which they should go to. Now as a result for treatment for prostate cancer I understand there can be some urinary symptoms? Different treatments for prostate cancer can cause some trouble with urinary symptoms. With surgery you might get incontinence or leakage of urine. With radiotherapy you may get irritability of the bladder, making someone want to pee more often. And those kind of things can be managed with treatments and medication. The key thing is to seek help early when that happens. And what about other physical issues that may come up for some people? A lot depends on the kind of treatment, radiotherapy may for instance cause bowl symptoms and diarrhea transiently. And men who get hormone therapy may find that they become very tired, they put on weight and lose their vitality. And understandably one of the things most people want to know about is how prostate cancer effects their sex life? Unfortunately the prostate being where it is has the nerves for erections wrapped around it and there is no doubt that treatments will cause problems with erectile failure or disfunction. But there is things that can be done to help with this. Medication for example, artificial devices and all these things are available to men who need it after treatment. So can men have children after treatment? So if you have surgery the tubes as they were will be disconnected. However you can still retrieve sperm for fertility that was necessary. In radiotherapy in general that doesn’t affect fertility, the hormone therapy can suppress that for some time. Coping with prostate cancer isn’t easy but it’s good to hear that if you are having any problems there is lots of help available. For more information visit the Cancer Research UK website or see the other videos in this series.
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An update on treatments available for Cancer today: Dr. Goyle
Dr Sandeep Goyle is a Consultant Medical Oncologist at Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital and Medical Research Institute, Mumbai. He has completed MRCP (U.K) at Royal College of Physicians of London, CCST Medical Oncology at Joint College of Higher Medical Training, UK and MSc Oncology at University of Manchester,UK. His specialities include Breast Cancer, Head and Neck Cancer – tongue, oral cavity, pharynx, salivary glands, larynx, thyroid, Lung Cancer, Oesophagus, Stomach, Colorectal Cancer, Prostate, Bladder, Kidney, Skin Cancers, Gynaecological Cancers, Cancers of Pancreas, Gall Bladder, Liver, Lymphoma, Myeloma and many other types. Dr. Goyle answered readers’ queries related to the above in an exclusive chat with sify.com.
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Male Cystoscopy Procedure | PreOp®  Patient Education
Male Cystoscopy Procedure | PreOp® Patient Education https://preop.com/preop/cystoscopy-male/ Patient Education Company Your doctor has recommended that you undergo a Cystoscopy. But what does that actually mean? The lower urinary tract allows your body to store and release urine. It's made up of two parts, the bladder and the urethra. Your bladder is a hollow organ that expands as it fills with urine. Because it is made of muscular tissue, it can also contract and force urine to pass out of the body, through the urethra. Your urethra carries urine from the bladder all the way through the opening in the penis. Your doctor feels that it is necessary to examine the interior of the urethra and bladder, to try to determine the cause of a problem that you may be having. Symptoms that may call for a routine Cystoscopy include: * Persistent infection of the urinary tract * Bladder stones * Bleeding while urinating * Irritation due to polyps, or * Changes to the bladder caused by cancer. Cystoscopy is a simple procedure during which your doctor will insert a well-lubricated, instrument called a cystoscope through your urethra and into your bladder. The cystoscope allows your doctor to visually inspect the interior of your bladder. It also allows your doctor to remove small pieces of tissue for later examination and even to crush small bladder stones, should any be present. Any tissue that your doctor removes from your bladder will be sent immediately to a laboratory for analysis. Your doctor will ask the laboratory to check for any sign of cancer or other abnormality. So make sure that you ask your doctor to carefully explain the reasons behind this recommendation. Your Procedure: On the day of your operation, you will be asked to put on a surgical gown. You may receive a sedative by mouth and an intravenous line may be put in. You will then be transferred to the operating table. Once on the table, your feet and legs will be placed in an elevated position with your knees apart. You'll be asked to urinate so the amount of urine remaining in the bladder can be measured. The nurse will swab the penis with an antiseptic solution. Your doctor will then lift your penis upward. A well-lubricated cystoscope is gently inserted into the urethra, the opening at the head of the penis, and slowly guided inward. When the cystoscope reaches the back of the penis, your doctor will pull the penis downward in order to create a straight path into the bladder.
Shubham Gupta, MD - UK HealthCare
For more information or to schedule and appointment, visit http://ukhealthcare.uky.edu/physicians/shubham-gupta Transcription 00:00:05 I'm Shubham Gupta. I'm an assistant professor of Urology in the Department of Urology here at the University of Kentucky. My practice focuses on reconstructive urology and cancer survivorship, which is a mouthful, but the cancer survivorship part of it is patients who have had cancer and treatment for cancer, and they're doing fine from that. 00:00:26 So they've had the cancer removed or radiated, but now they have complications from that treatment itself. 00:00:31 Women with cervical cancer will have issues with their bladder after radiation for that, men with prostate cancer will have leakage of urine 00:00:39 after prostate removal. So we are able to perform the entire breadth and spectrum 00:00:44 of survivorship care to these patients who have had issues with genitourinary 00:00:48 malignancies in the past. So that is one aspect of it. The other aspect of my 00:00:53 practice is reconstructive urology, which is, to put it in very simplistic terms-- 00:01:01 it's like plumbing: if your plumbing is blocked you can remove the bad stuff and 00:01:05 put good things back together and that's really what I do, which is different from 00:01:08 oncology. If you have a diseased portion or diseased organ you remove it; our job 00:01:14 is more to reconstruct it. So within urology, it's a very small 00:01:19 niche, and we are the only center in the entire state that provides these 00:01:24 services. Some of the complicated operations and procedures we do are 00:01:29 things like urethraplasty. A urethraplastcy is an open reconstruction of 00:01:33 the urethra tube that men pee out of. I'm the only person in the entire state that 00:01:37 does it as well as I do with the volumes that we have. I have patients who come in 00:01:43 from Western Kentucky, Northern Tennessee, Southern Ohio, Indiana, West Virginia to 00:01:49 try and get that operation done here. The other thing is that a lot of other 00:01:53 centers, like Cleveland Clinic, that do this operation keep patients for two or 00:01:59 three days after surgery. Our outcomes, we think, are so great that we are able to send patients home the same day with excellent short-term as well as long-term results. 00:02:08 One of the other operations that I do very well, I think, is the treatment of Peyronie's disease, which is abnormal curvature of the penis. 00:02:18 It is something that affects one out of ten men. Men don't really want to talk about it because it can be a little embarrassing, but our center is the only center in the entire state that offers five different treatment options for Peyronie's disease, and we've had excellent outcomes with it, and I think over the last three years we've we've treated upwards of a hundred men, if not more, with Peyronie's disease.
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Best of ASCO GU 2016 prostate cancer data
Prof Clarke (The Christie Hospital, Manchester, UK) chairs a discussion with Dr Payne (University College Hospital, London, UK) and Prof Iversen (Copenhagen Prostate Cancer Center, Copenhagen, Denmark) for ecancertv about the highlights in prostate treatment arising from ASCO GU 2016. They discuss the results and implications of data coming from RTOG 0415, a randomised phase III non-inferiority study which compared two fractionation schedules in patients with low-risk prostate cancer, as well as the CHHiP trial which compared hypofractionated high-dose intensity-modulated radiotherapy schedules. They consider the optimal treatment schedules for salvage patients and touch upon the Early Prostate Cancer (EPC) trial with bicalutamide, noting their observations between the two trials. With regards to the STAMPEDE trial, they discuss and explore different rationales for the surprising overall survival advantage. This programme has been supported by an unrestricted educational grant from Janssen Pharmaceutica (A Johnson & Johnson Company).
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Cancer Treatment and Radiotherapy Planning - Cancer Research UK
Radiotherapy is the use of high energy X-rays to treat cancer. It is a very common treatment for cancer. Learn what happens when you have radiotherapy for brain tumours and head and neck cancers. It is important when treating cancer to have the proper advice and to understand the treatments. This is a Cancer Research UK video. Learn more about radiotherapy at http://www.cancerresearchuk.org/cancer-help/about-cancer/treatment/radiotherapy/
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First Blue Light Hexvix cystoscopy technique carried out in Wales
A new technique which makes bladder cancers fluoresce bright pink - and therefore much easier to spot - is now available for the first time in Wales at the Princess of Wales Hospital in Bridgend. Blue Light Hexvix Cystoscopies are carried out in around 30 centres in the rest of the UK. Earlier this month (Nov 2010) the first procedures in Wales were successfully carried out in Bridgend. The new procedure has many benefits for patients, not least that their chances of needing follow up surgery can be reduced by 20-40 per cent. In addition, the blue light shows up another type of cancer which can be difficult to see, carcinoma in situ, which if missed and untreated can lead to a poorer prognosis. Targeting these bladder cancers early also reduces the cost to the NHS because fewer operations are subsequently needed and patients are less likely to develop more serious, aggressive disease. The procedure works by using a special drug which is instilled into the bladder an hour before surgery and which makes the cancer cells glow pink or red under blue light. In Wales in 2007, 623 patients were diagnosed with bladder cancer. Bladder cancer is the 4th most common malignancy among men and the 8th most common among women.
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Prince William joins nurses in theatre at cancer hospital
Prince William joins nurses in theatre at cancer hospital Prince William has followed in his late mother's footsteps as he joined medical professionals at the Royal Marsden hospital in Chelsea on Wednesday. The prince donned nurses scrubs and a medical mask during his visit emulating the late Princess Diana who acted as patron to the charity from 1989 and paid the hospital in Chelsea regular visits until her de*th in 1997. The Duke of Cambridge, President of the Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust, visited the Trust's facilities where he viewed two pioneering robotic surgeries. William learned how The Royal Marsden, the first hospital in the UK to introduce da Vinci robotic surgery in 2007, is revolutionising the way cancer patients are treated. The 35-year-old royal joined Professor Vinidh Paleri and his team in theatre as they perform minimally invasive robotic surgery on a patient with adenoid cystic carcinoma. Robotic surgery offers patients less invasive and shorter operations when compared to open surgery, with fewer scars, and faster recovery. The Royal Marsden has the largest and most comprehensive programme of robotic surgery for cancer in the UK, treating urological, gynaecological, head and neck, gastrointestinal and colorectal patients. The hospital has a poignant significance for William as it was the place Princess Diana visited on her first solo engagement in 1982. William became President of the Royal Marsden in 2007, taking over the Presidency from his mother who held the role from 1989 until her de*th in 1997. The Royal Marsden is the largest cancer centre in Europe, treating over 50,000 NHS and private patients every year. Today saw the future king, dressed in a blue top, trousers and cap, and wearing a pair of slip-on foam rubber Crocs, taken into the operating theatres of the Royal Marsden Hospital to watch tumours being removed from patients with the help of the machines. The Da Vinci robot allows surgeons to remotely cut away the cancerous growths as they operate two handheld controls connected to a 3D monitor located a few feet away from the patient. Dexterous consultants have been taught the skills needed to handle the robot which allows them to operate without resorting to major invasive procedures and William watched with fascination as Anne White, 67, from Newton Abbott, Devon, had a tumour cut away from her tongue. He peered at the 3D monitor as lead surgeon Professor Vin Paleri talked him through the procedure and then later watched another operation to remove a tumour from the base of 63-year-old Charles Ludlow's oesophagus. William talked about the skills of the surgeon when he met cancer patient Joe Omar, 63, and his wife Lynn, 59, and their daughter Leila, 27. The Duke joked with the 63-year-old comparing the Da Vinci robot to a computer game, saying: 'It's the same as the Playstation gear. 'You can see all the doctors have done Playstation. They let me watch but not to have a go.' Mr Omar, a retired anaesthetist from Sutton, south London, worked at the Royal Marsden in the 1980s where he met his radiographer wife, and was having tests after a tumour was removed from his bladder. William told him: 'It's fascinating watching the robot work, it's so precise, you see it up close and you can really see how the human body is and how it works. 'You're literally going right into the tumour so you see exactly with precision where the tumour is - it's incredible - I was really, really impressed with it.' Today is not the first time that William has entered the operating theatre as he is believed to be the first royal to witness surgery at Marsden during a visit back in 2013. The visit closely matched a 1996 visit by Princess Diana to Harefield Hospital in Middlesex, where she too donned surgical clothing to watching a heart operation on a small boy from Cameroon. The Duke first met with Professor Vinidh Paleri, Consultant Head and Neck Surgeon, and his team as they perform minimally invasive robotic surgery on a patient with adenoid cystic carcinoma. His Royal Highness will later join Mr Asif Chaudry, Consultant Upper GI/Oesophagogastric Surgeon, as he performs a robotic oesophagectomy, a procedure only available at The Royal Marsden. During the visit, The Duke will also learn more about the UK's first ever robotic fellowship programme, funded by the Royal Marsden Cancer Charity, which trains surgeons from other Trusts across the William will later join staff, volunteers, and supporters of 'Campaign Against Living Miserably' (CALM), a charity dedicated to preventing male suicide, to lend his support to their 'Best Man Project'. The father-of-twowill meet with volunteers and staff from CALM at High Road House, Chiswick, before joining a group of men who are taking part in filming 'Best Man Project' videos where they chat about the importance of friendship and issues around mental well-being.
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Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy
Visit us at http://www.surgerysquad.com/ If you have ever had a gallbladder attack, you know how painful it can be! The gallbladder is the small organ the stores bile created by the liver. As the body digests fats, the gallbladder pushes bile through the common bile duct down into the small intestine to aid in digestion. When the bile hardens into pieces known as gallstones that block the bile duct, a patient will likely experience pain, nausea, and/or vomiting. In this interactive procedure, you will about a laparoscopic gallbladder surgery, commonly referred to by doctors as a laparoscopic cholecystectomy, and perform a laparoscopic gallbladder removal of your own. Our patient is ready, so let's scrub in!
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St George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
St George’s University Hospitals offers unique and highly specialised services for bladder and renal cancer to a very wide base of patients across the South East of England and beyond. Key to these services is offering patients choice and options in treatment plans. There is a dedicated urologist for each case and dedicated service for bladder and renal cancer. Every bladder cancer patient is offered robotic surgery and 95% of surgery is minimally invasive. Because of this, the hospital can offer surgery to a wider population including older patients and 20% of patients are over 80 years of age. For kidney cancer the hospital can offer several treatment options including HiFu treatment. The department has strong links with radiologists and can offer embolization for both benign and malignant tumours. Patient can choose to have treatment close to where they live as St George’s University Hospitals provides services at 4 locations: Croydon University Hospital, Epsom Hospital, Queen Mary’s Hospital and St George’s. Patients have a full discussion with a multi-disciplinary team about their treatment. This ensures standardisation of care. Patients are supported by nurse specialists for help with disease management. There is a sense of shared ownership between the patient and surgeon about treatment plans. This a long term relationship and continuity of care is very important. http://www.stgeorges.nhs.uk
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What is it Like to Have a PET Scan?
Find out what it's like to have a PET or PET CT scan.  Visit our website: http://www.cancerresearchuk.org/about-cancer/cancer-in-general/tests/pet-scan for more information on PET Scans, cancer staging and diagnosis. Subscribe now for more from Cancer Research UK. Like us on Facebook: http://po.st/iGQebN Follow us on Twitter: http://po.st/WPULG5 Follow us on Instagram: http://po.st/JAqd1B PET (Positron Emission Tomography) and PET-CT (computerised tomography) scans can show how body tissues are working, as well as what they look like. They can help to diagnose and define cancer stages by spotting the stages of mutation. A PET scan can also show tumors and other cancer signs.
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‘It’s all about checkpoint inhibitors’ – Rob Jones on bladder cancer during ASCO 2017
Rob Jones, MD, University of Glasgow, UK gives us a neat round up of the important bladder cancer data being presented at ASCO 2017 as well as how physicians might use these data to inform their practice going forward. He discusses data from the pembrolizumab KEYNOTE-45 study and a study combining the PD1 checkpoint inhibitor with a novel IDO inhibitor.
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♡ Most Painful Hospital Test! 😭 + Exciting Weekend Away!  (05.10.18) | Amy's Life ♡
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Gregg Braden  - Quantum Healing of Tumour Through the Power of Thought & Feeling
►MORE INFO ABOUT OUR WORKSHOPS: Check all our live events: https://growthevents.org/ ►MORE INFO ABOUT OUR FANPAGE: Get Freebies at ou fanpage: https://growthevents.org/fanpage/ ========================================================= Gregg Braden - Quantum Healing of Tumour Through the Power of Thought & Feeling [Documentary] Gregg Braden explains how the energy field of human emotions can manifest "miracles", throught te divine matrix, whether it is healing or creating peace, when you apply conscious positive focus on what you want. Gregg Braden cancer healing, as an example he talks about a woman who had a 3" diamater bladder cancer who, by western medical standards, had been diagnosed as inoperable. She went, as a last resort, to a medicine-less hospital in Beijing, where they began simply by addressing the life-affirming ways that she could change how she was living her life. They taught her life-affirming ways to breathe and life-affirming ways to nourish her body, gentle movements to stimulate the energy centres in her body. She then underwent a procedure to remove it. Gregg Braden law of attraction, using a split-screen ultrasound monitor, the first showing a freeze-frame of her tumour, and the second showing real-time activity, three practitioners used energy work to facilitate the healing, which showed the tumour disappear within three minutes. Gregg Braden is an American author who gained popularity after writing his theory regarding the 2012 Phenomenon, where a reversal of the Earth’s magnetic polarity will occur, leading to devastating natural disasters through the Divine Matrix. In this short video, gregg braden 2018, show the quantum healing of tumour, discusses the possibility of creating incredible events with the help of the human energy field produced by emotions. He claims that conscious positive focus can be used to cure any disease and promote peace worldwide. To emphasize his theory, Gregg Braden says: Through the Power of Thought & Feeling him relayed the story of a woman who was diagnosed to have a 3-inch diameter tumor in her bladder. It is widely accepted in conventional medicine that this type of case means that the patient can no longer be operated on. In desperation, the woman came to Beijing where she was “treated” in a hospital without the use of medicine. "medicineless hospital". Gregg Braden says: The woman in the medicineless hospital, was taught to embrace life-affirming ways in order to change how she currently lived her life. They trained her to breathe and nourish her body through life-affirming methods and she began using gentle movements to stimulate the energy centers of her body. ►MORE INFO ABOUT OUR WORKSHOPS: Check all our live events: https://growthevents.org/ ►MORE INFO ABOUT OUR FANPAGE: Get Freebies at ou fanpage: https://growthevents.org/fanpage/ Gregg Braden - Quantum Healing of Tumour Through the Power of Thought & Feeling [Documentary] ========================================================= ► AUTHORS BOOKS (Amazon USA): Gregg Braden: https://growthevents.org/gregg-braden-usa Joe dispenza: https://growthevents.org/joe-dispenza-usa Bruce Lipton: https://growthevents.org/bruce-lipton-usa Lynne McTaggart: https://growthevents.org/lynne-mctaggart-usa P.S. Thank you for your support, by getting the books, you are supporting our channel Growth Events to expand and reach out more people in United States. ========================================================= ► AUTHORS BOOKS (Amazon UK): Gregg Braden: https://growthevents.org/gregg-braden-uk Joe dispenza: https://growthevents.org/joe-dispenza-uk Bruce Lipton: https://growthevents.org/bruce-lipton-uk Lynne McTaggart: https://growthevents.org/lynne-mctaggart-uk P.S. Thank you for your support, by getting the books, you are supporting our channel Growth Events to expand and reach out more people in United Kingdom. ========================================================= TAGS: #greggbraden #consciousness #tcche #greggbradeneurope #quantumhealing #greggbradenbooks #greggbradenevents #greggbradendivinematrix #greggbradendeeptruth #greggbradenseminars #joedispenza #joedispenzaeurope #drjoedispenza #drdispenza #joedispenzabooks #joedispenzaworkshops #drjoedispenzaevents #drjoedispenzaseminars #breakingthehabitofbeingyourself #brucelipton #drbrucelipton #bruceliptonseminar #bruceliptonworkshop #drlipton #thebiologyofbeliefbrucelipton #bruceliptonbiologyofbelief ►VÍDEO: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uKNupcT7xxQ ►VÍDEO: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b8R-_nrXIlM ►VÍDEO: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vHoIkAfVifc ►VÍDEO: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PZpRP1FV0lE ►PLAYLIST: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLWXL8oHU8nP_f0DBT5SEQ8nWBd3uTTw5_ ========================================================= CONTACT: ►WebSite: https://growthevents.org/ ►FanPage: https://growthevents.org/fanpage/ ►E-mail: info@growthevents.org
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