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Video Of Nurse Singing To Cancer Patient Goes Viral
 
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An emotional video of a Vanderbilt University Medical Center nurse singing to a terminal cancer patient has gone viral.
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Nurse Serenades Patient with Special Song || ViralHog
 
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Occurred on October 25, 2017 / Nashville, Tennessee, USA "My best friend Margaret was in the hospital at Vanderbilt Hospital. She was being tested to see if she was strong enough to get a liver transplant due to cancer in her liver. She was having a test ran and I couldn’t be there because my 5-year-old daughter was having surgery at Vanderbilt children’s. Margaret had a reaction to her rest, so Olivia, her nurse, stayed with her while I was taking care of my daughter. When I returned to Vanderbilt to be with Margaret, she told me about an angel that was taking care of her. That angel was Ms. Olivia and she sang the song to Margaret over and over. She learned it just for Ms. Margaret. I videoed Ms. Olivia singing it to Margaret. I was crying the whole time she was singing it. Ms. Margaret found out she was too sick to get the transplant. The doctors then gave Ms. Margaret just days to live. She passed 9 days later. It was a beautiful moment when I videoed Ms. Olivia singing that to Ms.Margaret. It was just so touching and a beautiful thing to witness a nurse taking care of her patients in that manner. I was friends with Ms. Margaret for 17 years." WATCH VIRALHOG VIDEOS EVERY DAY: Subscribe to us on YouTube: https://goo.gl/A0gBKk Like us on Facebook: https://goo.gl/XQWqJt Follow us on Instagram: https://goo.gl/NMq8dl Follow us on Twitter: https://goo.gl/pF8Xop Submit your own great video and make money: https://goo.gl/yejGkm Contact licensing@viralhog.com to license this or any ViralHog video.
Views: 58765 ViralHog
Equine Therapy at The Ranch Treatment Center
 
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A documentary shows how equine therapy is an effective treatment modality at The Ranch near Nashville, TN, a treatment program focusing on alcohol and drug abuse, eating disorders, and trauma treatment.
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La Grange, Kentucky USA - Virtual Railfan LIVE
 
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Started streaming on July 11, 2017 Welcome to Virtual Railfan, please read this important info. This is a live stream of La Grange, Kentucky USA, for people who enjoy watching trains. You are welcome to join our family friendly chat, but keep in mind that there’s a community with rules already established. Please check them out below. North Cam: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8OE1aS91yvQ South Cam: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8qRj7Hnz8UA Audio feed for the CSX LCL Sub: https://www.broadcastify.com/listen/feed/28024/web. Thank you, Ken! A HUGE thanks to Andy Work @ Laser Technologies for hosting these cams. We would also like to thank the City of La Grange for their assistance in this location, with a special thanks to Mayor Joe Davenport and Tom Haus. Visit their website: http://www.lagrangemainstreet.org/ Duplication or distribution of our videos is strictly prohibited without permission. CHAT RULES: • Be polite and respectful • Use English, we need a single language to be able to understand each other. If you’re not fluent, please use a translator such as Google Translate: https://translate.google.com • Don’t post in ALL CAPS or use excessive emojis, letters or characters. • Don’t discuss politics, religion, race, sex, violence, disturbing details about train or vehicle accidents, or anything like that. We try to be mindful of any children who may be watching. • Don't use the terms "foamer" or "foaming" in your comments or your username. Many railfans find them derogatory and offensive. • The conversation here is trains, and please remember that it needs to come first. Off topic conversation such as music, sports, jokes, etc. is fine, but it must be kept in balance with on topic. • Please keep conversations of personal issues (medical, domestic, legal, etc.) out of the chat; take it to messaging or email. Remember, you are sharing information with hundreds of people, not just those directly involved in the chat. • Don’t ask to become a moderator. It’s earned. If we’re interested in your assistance, we will contact you. • Just be nice, it’s amazing what happens when we’re all nice to each other. THINGS THAT WILL GET YOU BANNED: • Inappropriate usernames • Profanity • Asking for subscriptions (subs) • Being intentionally disruptive, creating arguments or any other jerk-like behavior • Not following the moderators’ instructions ABOUT THIS FEED: The town of La Grange, Kentucky, in Eastern Kentucky, is located on the CSX LCL Subdivision, at milepost 26.8. The LCL Sub is the former Louisville & Nashville Railroad (L&N) "Short Line", originally the Louisville, Cincinnati & Lexington Railroad. On the (default) north camera can be seen the signal at the south end of La Grange siding, at milepost 27.0, and the siding is 8,330 feet in length (the north end of the siding is at milepost 28.8). In regards to that signal and approaching northbound trains, if the train is lined into the siding the signal with have a red-over-lunar (white) aspect, and if it's lined through on the main track the signal with display either a green-over-red or yellow (amber)-over-red aspect. The town gets 20-25+ CSX freight trains daily. It’s a designated quiet zone, but the crew can use the horns at their discretion. The speed limit for trains as they enter the street-running portion is 10 miles per hour (MPH), until the engines have cleared said street-running, at which point they are allowed to increase their speed to 20 MPH. There is no Amtrak service here. The last regularly scheduled passenger train on this line was the L&N's "Pan-American" in 1971. There is an ATCS layout available, but there is no server (data) coverage available, as CSX has transitioned away from radio code line (RCL) for switch-and-signal control, to satellite for switch-and-signal, with cellular/telephony backups. RCL is essential for ATCS data availability. There are 2 cameras available. The default camera faces north, and the other camera faces south. Desktop users can use the suitcase icon at the bottom of the video to toggle between the cams. For other devices, you can access the South cam here: https://youtu.be/8qRj7Hnz8UA When’s the next train? Yeah, we get this a lot. There’s no schedule for freight, but some of our more knowledgeable members will provide real-time information when it’s available. Please refrain from asking. ABOUT VIRTUAL RAILFAN: Virtual Railfan currently has 33 cams from 3 countries. Visit our website for memberships, more free cams, and our own live chat. Thanks for stopping by, we’re glad you’re here! Website: http://virtualrailfan.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/virtualrailfan/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/virtual_railfan Know a good location for a camera? We’d love to hear! Please email us at sales@virtualrailfan.com. If you have any contacts in the area, please let us know.
Views: 5225676 Virtual Railfan
Center for Cancer Care & Research: A Patient's Story - Chemotherapy
 
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Dr. Shalini Mulaparthi, an oncologist-hematologist with the Center for Cancer Care & Research in Lakeland, FL, discusses the chemotherapy process to one of her patients. The Center for Cancer Care & Research (CCCR) in Lakeland, Florida is operated by two of the areas most respected medical practices -- Watson Clinic LLP and Clark & Daughtrey Medical Group P.A. -- as well as some of the areas finest independent physicians. As the area's only affiliate of the world renowned H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center & Research Institute, CCCR provides the latest technologies, cutting-edge research, and an expert team of cancer specialists. The Center for Cancer Care & Research is one of only two freestanding cancer centers in the entire country to receive a commendation and three-year accreditation from the American College of Surgeons Commission on Cancer. A second CCCR facility is conveniently located in Bartow. Visit us online at: http://www.LakelandCancerTreatment.com or call 863-680-7780 for more information.
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Precision medicine is the future of cancer treatment
 
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Precision, or personalized, medicine has often been regarded as the future of cancer treatment. In this interview, Howard Burris, MD, FACP, FASCO, of the Sarah Cannon Research Institute, Nashville, TN, outlines the many benefits and uses of precision medicine, ranging from dissecting the biology of metastatic tumors to accumulating information for clinical trials. Dr Burris explains why he advocates for methods such as next-generation sequencing rather than PET scans and other less informative tests, and mentions some of the types of cancers that are already being investigated using this new precision medicine approach. This interview was recorded at the American Society of Oncology (ASCO) 2018 Annual Meeting, held in Chicago, IL.
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Cancer Inspiration
 
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First Human Being to ever recieve the Smart Bomb Cancer treatment in Nashville TN.
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Lymphoma Clinical Trials NY | Cancer Treatment | Cancer Center | Weill Cornell Lymphoma Program
 
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http://cornell-lymphoma.com/ Some of the most advanced Lymphoma Cancer Clinical Trials in New York are offered by the Meyer Cancer Center at Weill Cornell Medical College and New York Presbyterian Hospital. Weill Cornell offers the latest in lymphoma treatments, often optimized to enhance efficacy and reduce side-effects, while also offering one of the largest portfolios of lymphoma clinical trial options in the world. The Center offers comprehensive lymphoma treatment with compassionate and personalized care. Many treatment regimens allow patients to avoid chemotherapy altogether, and the team makes every effort to provide new treatment options for those patients in situations where standard therapies are not effective. Weill Cornell has a strong collaboration between the patient care team, lymphoma clinical trial staff and laboratory scientists in order to bring the latest insights in lymphoma to patients. The affiliation with New York Presbyterian Hospital, one of the best hospitals in the U.S., provides Weill Cornell patients with access to the same high quality care in other medical specialties (such as cardiology, neurology and gastroenterology) should complications arise during treatment. Between their cutting-edge, innovative lymphoma therapies, a vast array of lymphoma clinical trials, and strong connection to New York Presbyterian Hospital, Weill Cornell represents an unparalleled option for those seeking lymphoma cancer treatment not only in New York, but for those from elsewhere in the country and the world. For more information on the Weill Cornell Medical College and their Lymphoma unit, click the link below http://youtu.be/8nonh_l8uzI What do you say to somebody who saved your life, that gave me my life back? Weill Cornell has a very broad portfolio of clinical trials. Really, we are working with collaborators across the country, across the world, and really understanding and knowing and moving the field forward and bringing to our patients the best treatments, the newest drugs that are out there, different options, in some cases, less toxic treatment. I was on borrowed time. I was really on borrowed time. I met Dr. Furman and he said to me, "You are a candidate for one of the trials. It's worked with a lot of other patients that I have." He said, "So I don't see why it's not going to work with you." He says, "If it does, you'll be dancing in five weeks." What I think is really so important for CLL is not to cure patients, but to make the CLL go into remission and stay in remission, and be easily controlled with something as simple as a pill a day that's well tolerated, really, truly making CLL a chronic disease. Getting from the time that he gave me the trial to being, I'd say, about 90% back to normal took maybe another two months. But it was completely different. At least, my life was given back to me. Otherwise, it would have been over. Weill Cornell is such a large research center which focuses on everything from the bench to the bedside really affords us an opportunity to treat patients with drugs and trials and ideas that are really quite novel. When you look at the past 15 years, virtually every single lymphoma drug that's been approved by the FDA for treatment of patients with lymphoma has been developed in part at Cornell, and that means that our patients here have had access to these drugs, in general, often years before they've become widely available. One of the benefits of being treated at Weill Cornell and New York Presbyterian is that we are part of really one of the best hospitals in the world. When people are diagnosed with cancer, they often need care not only from their oncologist, but they might need a cardiologist or another specialist. When making the decision to go to Weill Cornell, knowing that a general hospital was attached to it, that was, by far, a priority because through chemo, there are so many other things that can happen to you. The lymphoma group works as a team, and I think one of its strengths is that we work individually, but also collectively. Lymphoma Cancer Treatment New York Lymphoma Clinical Trials New York Lymphoma Cancer Center New York Lymphoma Symptoms NY Lymphoma Cancer NY CLL Treatment Symptoms Of Lymphoma Hodgkins Lymphoma Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma Treatment Lymphoma Treatment Options Lymphoma Prognosis What is Lymphoma Alternative Lymphoma Cancer Treatment Advanced Blood Cancer Treatment Lymphoma Cancer Research Lymphoma Clinical Trials Results Video production, video search engine optimization and video marketing provided by Video SEO Pro, Inc. Generate more leads, more traffic to your website and more sales using video marketing. To learn more give us a call at (914) 368-9600 or click the link below. http://www.myvideoseopro.com/lp001
Latest live video: Nurse singing dying patient’s favourite song touches millions
 
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Nurse singing dying patient’s favourite song touches millions. Tear-jerking video of a Nashville nurse giving comfort to a dying patient A Nashville nurse is being called ‘an angel’ after a video of her comforting a cancer patient went viral. The video taken at Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville, shows nurse Olivia Neufelder comforting Margaret Smith by singing her favourite song, Dancing in the Sky by Dani and Lizzy. The 63-year-old patient had been battling liver cancer for a year and just learned that she was too weak to survive a transplant. Neufelder decided to sing to Smith to cheer her up. At one point, the nurse is seen wiping her own tears as both of them become visibly emotional, and tells Smith to smile and sing along to the chorus. The video was posted on Oct. 23 by Smith’s best friend, Crystal Hamilton Roberts, and has since reached over 13 million views. In a Facebook post she wrote, “she would sing this to Margaret whenever Margaret asked her. Never would Olivia ever say give me a minute, I would but I don’t have time.” Smith passed away two days later. Her wish was to play that song at her funeral. A GoFundMe account has been set up to help with funeral expenses.
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Nashville actors, musicians and athletes gather to raise money for cancer research
 
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(28 Feb 2017) NASHVILLE ACTORS, MUSICIANS AND ATHLETES GATHER TO RAISE MONEY FOR CANCER RESEARCH Some of Nashville's biggest celebrities have been touched by cancer or know someone who has, which is why they are helping to raise money for cancer research. Multi-platinum singers from George Strait and Brad Paisley to Grammy nominee Kelsea Ballerini joined together with TV stars from the show "Nashville" and more on Monday (27 FEB. 2017) at the Nashville Honors Gala benefiting the T.J. Martell Foundation. Proceeds benefited leukemia, cancer and AIDS research. People could donate on hundreds of items and watch performances by musicians. Country Music Hall of Famer Charlie Daniels said he is a cancer survivor, thanks to his doctor, Dr. Joseph Smith, who was also receiving an award that night. "About 15 years ago, I think that he - Dr. Smith - treated me for cancer and I have been cancer-free that whole time, so yes it's very special to me. Very special," said the 80-year-old. Kelsea Ballerini, who is nominated for two awards at the upcoming Academy of Country Music Awards in April, said she met a teenage cancer patient who was very inspiring to her. "I went to St. Jude for the first time a couple of years ago and I met a girl named Ali, who was 16 at the time and was battling cancer and just fell in love with her story and the way that she was just so positive and I don't know, I just... I fell in love with her, and so I think she's probably the closest person to me that has been through that," Ballerini said. "And so kind of everything that I do now that involves that, I kind of think of her and that's what makes me do it." Olympic gold medal skater Scott Hamilton has battled cancer a few times over his life, including brain tumors and testicular cancer. His foundation is opening a new proton therapy treatment center in Tennessee for cancer patients. "So our platform at the Scott Hamilton Cares Foundation is we really want to advance treatment options that treat the cancer and spare the patient," Hamilton said. "So proton therapy is huge and immuno-therapies and targeted therapies are fantastic. So that's what we're all about." Actor Charles Esten was the host of the event, but many of fans of the TV show "Nashville" were recently surprised by the sudden death of character Rayna James, portrayed by actress Connie Britton. Esten said Britton's departure from the show was a difficult episode for him. "We all get that it's a fictional character, but sometimes fictional characters for all of us find their way into your hearts and their way into your lives. Rayna James was one of those, so for a lot of people it's been very difficult, and we get that," said Esten. "As difficult as it was for any of them, or was for them, believe me it was the same way for us. Shooting this last episode - that was the most difficult episode I have ever done, most difficult scenes I have done of anything ever." Esten's daughter is also a survivor of leukemia and he said he believes that these fundraisers are key to saving lives. "My wife and I have a daughter who when she was 2 and half was diagnosed with leukemia - Addie. And Addie is extremely happy, healthy, very strong girl right now; in her junior year of high school; incredible soccer player. We know that came, yes from prayer, but also people before us that had done research and that research was sponsored by people that did events like this, that raised money. Any way I can be a part of that, I am always happy to. And that doesn't even begin to touch on the type of nights these are with the incredible people that are here to honor the people that we are honoring." You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/7a6f23199bcd2abd3737948887cd1f43 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Middle Tennessee Medical Center | Nashville Tennessee
 
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Middle Tennessee Medical Center (MTMC), in Nashville, Tennessee, is a Christian-based hospital that is fully-designed with your total wellness in mind. A part of Ascension Health and St. Thomas Health Services, this full-service hospital offers standard medical care, as well as a maternity ward and an emergency unit. This new facility is clean and well-appointed with lots of light and bright, cheery faces ready to serve your healthcare needs. Visit us http://www.yellowpages.com/info-455462843/Middle-Tennessee-Medical-Center?from=youtb
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News Story About Treating Breast Cancer With Hyperthermia
 
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Channel 4 News in Nashville Tennessee reporting on hyperthermia in the treatment of recurrent breast cancer. Hyperthermia therapy is a treatment used in battling cancer by heating tumors. The Heating is about as warm as a hot tub. Research has shown that heat can damage or kill cancer cells in some tumors while also making radiation and chemotherapy more effective. While it has been known for hundreds of years that fevers can kill cancer, only recently has technology been developed that can control and focus heat specifically on tumors. Local hyperthermia treatment (heat applied to a very small area, such as a tumor) is a well-established cancer treatment. Primary malignant tumors have a bad blood circulation, which make them more sensitive to changes in temperature. "Our own clinical experience and the results of numerous published studies are highly encouraging in that increased use of hyperthermia will improve the quality of life for cancer patients and improve control of cancer recurrences." Dr. Gerald Sokol, New Hope Cancer Center, Hudson, FL. "Hyperthermia is offering our patients new hope. We are often seeing faster responses, better cancer control, and fewer side effects." Dr. Leland Rogers, GammaWest, Salt Lake City, Utah "Hyperthermia gives us a method to treat people when there are few other alternatives. It's an additional form of treatment that can be done in difficult cases, usually without serious side effects or complications." Dr. Steven Stroup, Centennial Hospital, Nashville, Tenn. "When the tumor is of larger size, it is unresectable surgically. Also, radiation has less effect on the center part of the tumor, which is deprived of the oxygen blood supply and the nutrients. By increasing the temperature of the tissues from 42-44 degrees centigrade, (hyperthermia) increases the circulation, increases the oxygenation, so that the radiation is more effective." Nasir Syed, Long Beach Memorial Center, Long Beach, CA
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Nashville, TN - Trip to Vanderbilt Hospital
 
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Sadly youtube capture recorded these wrong and combined all three videos...But enjoy Children's Hospital Angel3, Metro Police, and Vandy Police.
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Local couple carjacked at cancer center
 
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NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRC) -- A carjacker targeted a husband and wife from the Tri-State visiting Tennessee for cancer treatments. John and Evelyn Hufford live in Hamilton. They were traveling every week to stay at the Hope Lodge in Nashville while John got chemotherapy. After driving there Tuesday night, May 12, a masked man with a gun stole their Dodge Durango and their money. They were not hurt. Police found their SUV a short time later but they're still looking for the suspect. Follow us on Twitter @Local12 and LIKE us on Facebook for updates!
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Dr. Murphy talks about head and neck cancer
 
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Dr. Barbara Murphy, Medical Director of Head and Neck Oncology at Vanderbilt-Ingram Cancer Center in Nashville talks plainly about head and neck cancer and the effects of eradication treatment. To learn more go to www.courageunmaskedtn.org
Advocacy In Action:  Who Should Have Molecular Testing When Diagnosed With Lung Cancer?
 
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Vital Options International presents, Advocacy In Action®, bringing together cancer advocacy leadership to address: Lung Cancer Treatment Guidelines & Molecular Testing. This segment asks the question: Why are only EFR and ALK are tested for and who should be tested? Joining Selma Schimmel as co-moderators are: David R. Spigel, MD - Director, Lung Cancer Research Program at Sarah Cannon Research Institute and a Medical Oncologist at Tennessee Oncology, PLLC, Nashville, TN Ming S. Tsao, MD, FRCPC - Princess Margaret Cancer Centre, Toronto, Canada Susan Mantel - VP Programs & Marketing, LUNGevity Kim Norris - Founder/President, Lung Cancer Foundation of America Regina Vidaver, PhD - Executive Director, National Lung Cancer Partnership
American Cancer Society: Hope Lodge in Nashville, TN
 
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Cancer patients talk about how the Hope Lodge and the community within Hope Lodge has impacted them.
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Nashville CureSearch Walk for Children's Cancer research! Why do I want to do this?
 
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Please watch & help to find a cure for Children's Cancer! Thank you & God Bless! Walking For ABC's! Nashville, TN CureSearch Walk on November 11,2012! http://blba.us/i.asp?id=1022358-363362296-1
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Dr. Raoul Concepcion on Bladder Cancer Treatment and Costs
 
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Raoul Concepcion, MD, editor-in-chief, Urologists in Cancer Care, Director of Clinical Research, Urologic Surgeon, Urology Associates, PC, Nashville, TN, discusses the costs and novel treatments on the horizon for patients with bladder cancer. To read more, visit http://www.onclive.com/onclive-tv/Dr-Concepcion-on-Bladder-Cancer-Treatment-and-Costs
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I HAD CANCER | (HIGHLY REQUESTED) #LOVEMONTH
 
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Inside "Centennial Medical Center"
 
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This is the Atrium inside Centennial Medical Center in Nashville Tennessee.
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This sweet Nurse sings dying patient's favorite song in this heartbreaking moment
 
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This sweet Nurse sings dying patient's favorite song in this heartbreaking moment
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Greater Nashville 'Race For The Cure' raises thousands
 
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The Susan G. Komen "Race for the Cure" raised thousands of dollars for breast cancer screening, treatment programs and education in Greater Nashville.
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GOODworks: American Cancer Society Memorial Foundation Hope Lodge Nashville
 
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Since 2004, the American Cancer Society's Memorial Foundation Hope Lodge in Nashville, Tennessee has offered a solution to cancer patients who must undergo treatment far from home. The Hope Lodge provides housing free of charge on a first-come, first served basis to cancer patients and a caregiver during their course of treatment. The Lodge not only reduces the financial burden, but also provides a much needed supportive environment. The American Cancer Society has programs and services to help patients manage cancer treatment and recovery and find the emotional support they need. Learn more: https://www.cancer.org/about-us/local/tennessee.html
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Saint Thomas Hospital: Nashville, TN (Jeff Fisher)
 
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Students Defying Stereotypes by Helping Cancer Patients -- Saint Thomas Health
 
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Maplewood High School in Nashville, Tennessee is notorious for making headlines in the news. One example from the local ABC affiliate: “134 arrests made at Maplewood H.S. since August”. The administration and teachers work hard every day to change the negative reputation of the school and its students. A handful of students in Mr. Dale Rehn’s class are fed up with the stereotypes too. So, they’re doing something about it. A group of sophomore girls want to shout it from the roof tops that it’s not all gloom and doom at Maplewood. There are many good, hard-working students trying to make a difference in the world. Keirstin Smith, Kateriah Knox, Jahkaya Foxx, Janeisha Powell, and Deja Moore, along with their teacher Dale Rehn, came up with the idea of knitting hats for cancer patients at Saint Thomas Health, a part of Ascension Tennessee. As part of the school’s community benefit partnership, the students are given tours of the hospitals to visit patients. During one of the tours, Kateriah saw a stack of knitted hats at the hospital’s volunteer office and asked about them. When the Director of Volunteer Services Ashley Harold told Kateriah the hats are for the cancer patients, she asked Mr. Rehn if they, the students, can learn how to knit. Without hesitation, Mr. Rehn said yes! Watch how these dedicated students are making a difference learning to knit hats and then hand delivering them to the patients at Saint Thomas West Hospital. Nothing Shall Be Impossible.
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Carolyn’s Ovarian Cancer Story | Dana-Farber Cancer Institute
 
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Carolyn was diagnosed with recurrent ovarian cancer. She describes her care and recovery at Dana-Farber, and how that experience has inspired her to become an oncology nurse. Learn more about how the Susan F. Smith Center for Women’s Cancers at Dana-Farber treats patients like Carolyn who have ovarian cancer or other gynecologic cancers: http://www.dana-farber.org/Adult-Care/Treatment-and-Support/Treatment-Centers-and-Clinical-Services/Gynecological-Cancer-Treatment-Center.aspx Transcription: Carolyn: My name is Carolyn. I grew up in Boston all my life, and I am a huge Red Sox fan and Patriots fan. In January of 2012, I began nursing school in Nashville, Tennessee. Text: Something didn’t feel right. Carolyn: I began experiencing symptoms of what I thought were a urinary tract infection and was told I needed to go for a CT scan. I came back and received a call from my primary telling me that neither she nor the radiologist were really… They were unsure of what they were looking at. There were masses throughout my abdomen. A couple of days later, after a biopsy, I was told that I had stage 4 ovarian cancer. I met my team from Dana-Farber who ultimately performed the surgery, and then I went on to have six rounds of chemotherapy. I spent the next year or so really recovering from chemotherapy and really just tried to put my life back together and go on living normally. I was getting ready to start school in September 2014 when I started experiencing symptoms that just didn’t feel right. I found there was, in fact, a mass on my colon. It was really discouraging to find out that my cancer was back, but I was also really confident in the care that I was receiving. My doctors had always been up front with me that a recurrence was a possibility. Text: Carolyn was offered a clinical trial for women with recurrent ovarian cancer. Carolyn: I was able to take part in using this ACE-inhibitor, which is traditionally for breast cancer patients, but they had found a link between this working for breast cancer and ovarian cancer. So, I am benefitting from the very research that Dana-Farber does here. Dana-Farber is really like a second home to me. It’s weird to say that I look forward to coming here, but I really do. I can’t say enough about the doctors and the nurses that have cared for me. They’re just wonderful people, and I consider them sort of family now. When I was in nursing school, I used to think I knew what kind of nurse I wanted to be, and after being here at Dana-Farber and seeing the care that I’ve received, I really know what a good nurse is now. My hope is to become an oncology nurse. I would really like to work in the field that I’ve been so immersed in for the last three years.
City of Hope Celebrity Softball Game
 
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For the past 23 years, Country's hottest stars have stepped up to the plate to help City of Hope strike out cancer. An official part of the CMA Music Festival, this year's game will be played on June 7th, 2014 at Greer Stadium in Nashville, TN. 100% of event net profits benefit City of Hope's cancer research and treatment programs. Join us! Tickets are on sale NOW: http://bit.ly/1dLSnRh ################ CONNECT WITH US WEBSITE: http://www.cityofhope.org FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/cityofhope TWITTER: http://www.twitter.com/cityofhope YOUTUBE: http://www.youtube.com/cityofhopeonline FLICKR: http://www.flickr.com/cityofhope BLOG: http://breakthroughs.cityofhope.org and MORE: http://www.cityofhope.org/getsocial ################ ABOUT CITY OF HOPE City of Hope is a leading research and treatment center for cancer, diabetes and other life-threatening diseases. Designated as a comprehensive cancer center, the highest recognition bestowed by the National Cancer Institute, City of Hope is also a founding member of the National Comprehensive Cancer Network, with research and treatment protocols that advance care throughout the nation. City of Hope's main hospital is located in Duarte, Calif., just northeast of Los Angeles, with clinics in Antelope Valley and South Pasadena. It is ranked as one of "America's Best Hospitals" in cancer by U.S.News & World Report. Founded in 1913, City of Hope is a pioneer in the fields of bone marrow transplantation and genetics. For more information, visit http://www.cityofhope.org
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A Grandmother Cancer Story - Momentum Dance Company Nashville TN - Regina Spektor's Chemo Limo
 
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Choreography Julianne Mcgee Videography Brian Johnson of Fusion Video Productions Chemo Limo by Regina Spektor
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Webinar: The Role of the Social Determinants of Health in Promoting Health Equity
 
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Presented by the National Health Care for the Homeless Council and the National Center for Medical Education, Development and Research, this webinar was held on Monday, August 20, 2018. The impact of factors such as housing, socioeconomic status, education, social support, and safety have been well documented as key influencers of a patient’s health and response to treatment. In fact, they may have more influence over health outcomes than access to medical services alone. This webinar will provide an overview of the Social Determinants of Health (SDOH) and describe how these determinants promote health equity. The relationship between SDOH and implicit bias will be explored. Participants will also learn how cultural humility may be used to address unconscious biases. Speakers: · Darlene M. Jenkins, DrPH, CHES, Senior Director of Programs, National Health Care for the Homeless Council, Nashville, TN · Katherine Y. Brown, EdD, Director, Communities of Practice, National Center for Medical Education, Development and Research, Dept of Family and Community Medicine, Meharry Medical College, Nashville, TN · Aramandla Ramesh, PhD, Associate Professor, Biochemistry and Cancer Biology, School of Medicine, Meharry Medical College, Nashville, TN · Barbara DiPietro, PhD, Senior Director of Policy, National Health Care for the Homeless Council, Baltimore, MD
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Harold L. Moses, M.D.
 
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Harold L. Moses, M.D. Vanderbilt-Ingram Cancer Center, Nashville, TN
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GRACEcastUC086_Lung_Dr. Spigel on Repeat Biopsy Molecular Testing
 
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http://cancerGRACE.org/ Dr. David Spigel from Sarah Cannon Cancer Center in Nashville, TN expresses his practice pattern for patients with advanced non-small cell lung cancer who would need a repeat biopsy to obtain sufficient tissue to perform molecular marker testing.
Cancer Progress Report 2014: Dr. Carlos Arteaga
 
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"I am supremely confident that we will continue to make rapid progress in the future," says Carlos L. Arteaga, MD, AACR president and professor of medicine and cancer biology at Vanderbilt-Ingram Cancer Center, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tennessee. www.CancerProgressReport.org
The CyberKnife
 
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The CyberKnife being used to treat my prostate cancer at the Sarah Cannon "Minnie Pearl" Cancer Center located at Centennial Hospital in Nashville, Tennessee. Five sessions about 50 minutes long were administered over the course of five days.
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Dr. Eric H. Liu, Neuroendocrine Cancer Presentation, Part 2
 
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With deepest appreciation to the Carcinoid Cancer Texas Survivors Support Group for sponsoring, videotaping , and giving permission to the Carcinoid Cancer Foundation to share this special presentation featuring carcinoid/NET specialist Eric H. Liu, MD, Director of the Neuroendocrine Center at Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville, Tennessee. "Neuroendocrine Cancer: Making Sense of the Disease" was held on June 8, 2013 at Baylor Hospital in Dallas, Texas. Dr. Liu's talk is shared here in 3 parts, with the last part being Questions and Answers.
Dr. Eric H. Liu, Neuroendocrine Cancer Presentation, Part 1
 
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With deepest appreciation to the Carcinoid Cancer Texas Survivors Support Group for sponsoring, videotaping , and giving permission to the Carcinoid Cancer Foundation to share this special presentation featuring carcinoid/NET specialist Eric H. Liu, MD, Director of the Neuroendocrine Center at Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville, Tennessee. "Neuroendocrine Cancer: Making Sense of the Disease" was held on June 8, 2013 at Baylor Hospital in Dallas, Texas. Dr. Liu's talk is shared here in 3 parts, with the last part being Questions and Answers.
Nashville IV Therapy at IRevive Health & Wellness
 
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IRevive Health & Wellness Board Certified Nurse Practitioners are committed to making your IV hydration therapy a medically safe, enjoyable, and affordable experience. Now for the first time in Nashville, IV hydration treatments start at just $49! IRevive Health & Wellness is just steps from down town located at 1913 Church Street in Midtown. We utilize IV therapy to treat symptoms commonly associated with dehydration, sports fatigue, illness recovery, vitamin deficiency, jet-lag, migraines, and alcohol indulgence (hangovers). We offer specialty multivitamin, electrolyte, and super antioxidant infusions. We also have non-narcotic IV pain and IV nausea medications. Visit IReviveNashville.com or call us at 615.401.9380 to book your IV infusion! IV Therapy Info - http://irevivenashville.com/nashville-hydration-therapy/ IV Therapy Pricing - http://irevivenashville.com/iv-hydration-therapy-pricing/ Book your Infusion - http://www.genbook.com/bookings/slot/reservation/30279703?bookingSourceId=1000 For after hours please call or text 305.290.4881. IRevive Health & Wellness 1913 Church St Nashville, TN 37203 (615) 401-9380 IReviveNashville.com IRevive Health & Wellness is overseen by Dr Bruce Goodman, MD.
Dr. Eric Liu Gives Neuroendocrine Tumor (NET) Patient His Life Back
 
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In 2011, Charles Sykes was diagnosed with carcinoid tumors of the small intestines, a slow-growing cancer that often affects the digestive tract. His medical case was presented for review at tumor board in Nashville, TN and Dr. Eric Liu - a surgical oncologist specializing in neuroendocrine tumors - knew he could help. After performing Charles' surgery, Dr. Liu moved to Presbyterian/St. Luke's Medical Center in Denver, CO. So, when Charles' cancer returned in 2017, he "...knew right then that Dr. Liu was the man I wanted to see." He made the trip to Denver and Dr. Liu performed a second surgery to remove the new tumors. Over the past 25 years, Charles has been hospitalized more than 10 times and says the staff and care he received at Presbyterian/St. Luke's was "top notch." He credits Dr. Liu for giving him his life back and highly recommends him to anyone suffering from neuroendocrine tumors. To learn more about Dr. Eric Liu, visit: https://pslmc.secure.ehc.com/physicians/profile/Eric-H-Liu-MD
City of Hope Celebrity Softball Game
 
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The stars are aligning for the 25th Annual City of Hope Celebrity Softball Game, a fan favorite event and longstanding tradition of CMA Music Festival! Suiting up to play in this year’s game are country traditionalist and Billboard albums chart topper Aaron Watson; “Nashville” star and singer/songwriter Charles Esten; “Stealing Cinderella” singer and national radio morning show co-host Chuck Wicks; rising country star and “American Idol” finalist Lauren Alaina; guitar slayer and country music vocalist Lindsay Ell; reigning ACM and CMA Vocal Group of the Year Little Big Town; and hitmakers Love and Theft. After a twenty-year run playing in the City of Hope Celebrity Softball Game, country music icon Vince Gill is returning to the field for this special milestone event. 100% of event net profits benefit City of Hope's cancer research and treatment programs. Saturday, June 13, 2015 First Tennessee Park Nashville, TN BUY TICKETS NOW! http://www.cityofhope.org/softball ################ CONNECT WITH US WEBSITE: http://www.cityofhope.org FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/cityofhope TWITTER: http://www.twitter.com/cityofhope YOUTUBE: http://www.youtube.com/cityofhopeonline FLICKR: http://www.flickr.com/cityofhope BLOG: http://breakthroughs.cityofhope.org and MORE: http://www.cityofhope.org/getsocial ################ ABOUT CITY OF HOPE City of Hope is a leading research and treatment center for cancer, diabetes and other life-threatening diseases. Designated as a comprehensive cancer center, the highest recognition bestowed by the National Cancer Institute, City of Hope is also a founding member of the National Comprehensive Cancer Network, with research and treatment protocols that advance care throughout the nation. City of Hope's main hospital is located in Duarte, Calif., just northeast of Los Angeles, with clinics throughout southern California. It is ranked as one of "America's Best Hospitals" in cancer by U.S.News & World Report. Founded in 1913, City of Hope is a pioneer in the fields of bone marrow transplantation and genetics. For more information, visit http://www.cityofhope.org.
Views: 3419 City of Hope
Sarahbeth Taite Visits Vanderbilt Children's Hospital
 
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Sarahbeth Taite at the Monroe Carell Jr Children's Hospital at Vanderbilt. All children in this video were approved for filming. Nashville, TN Video by : Rachel Deeb
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Dr. William C. Anderson Medical Building Dedication
 
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Dr. William C. Anderson Medical Building Dedication held on July 22, 2015 at Cumberland Heights, a nationally recognized alcohol and drug treatment center in Nashville TN
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Justin Balko on JAK2 Amplification in Triple-Negative Breast Cancer
 
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Justin M. Balko, PharmD, PhD, a research faculty member who works in the lab of Carlos Arteaga, MD, at the Vanderbilt-Ingram Cancer Center in Nashville, Tennessee, describes a study that discovered JAK2 alterations in patients with treatment-refractory triple-negative breast cancer (TNBC). For more information on this study, visit http://www.onclive.com/conference-coverage/sabcs-2012/Genetic-Analysis-Identifies-New-Targets-in-Triple-Negative-Breast-Cancer
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Cancer Care: From Diagnosis to Survivorship, Dr. SWolff and BWeatherspoon4
 
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Comments With Dr. James Haney Presents*Cancer Care:From Diagnosis to Survivorship, with Dr. SWolff and BWeatherspoon, two health care professionals from General Hospital @ Meharry Medical College, who talks about some of the successes they have experienced in cancer care at General Hospital, Part 4. I need you to subscribe and support this channel. Send me a donation at www.drjameshaney.com or mail me a few dollars to james haney, P.O. Box 591, Mt. Juliet, Tn, 37121-0591. I appreciate any help you can give, drjhaney
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The impact of TRK inhibitor LOXO-101 (larotrectinib) on patients with TRK fusion cancers
 
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Howard A. Burris, MD, FASCO from the Sarah Cannon Research Institute, Nashville, TN discusses the TRK inhibitor LOXO-101 (larotrectinib) and its impact on patients with TRK fusion cancers (NCT02576431, NCT02122913, NCT02637687). Dr Burris emphasizes that this highlights the importance of looking at the molecular profile of patients. This interview was recorded at the American Society of Oncology (ASCO) 2017 Annual Meeting held in Chicago, IL.
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Laurabinkley
 
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SHARE, IT TAKES TWO SECONDS, AND WILL HELP MORE THEN YOU KNOW! Please take a second out of your day to repost this, to facebook, twitter, tumblr, or any blogs your may have. Share with family and friends, your churches, your work, your local news, or radio stations! Laura also has a page going on facebook: www.facebook.com/SavingLaura This is her donation page even if its just $1.00, it helps this family that needs it most. http://www.gofundme.com/c456g4 Or you can donate through paypal: binkley1991@yahoo.com Our mother, Laura Binkley, is suffering and slowly dying from terminal, Stage 4, metastatic breast cancer. We are seeking financial help so she can continue to receive medical treatments at Vanderbilt Hospital in Nashville, TN. She was first diagnosed with breast cancer 8 years ago, at the age of 44. She has been fighting this disease for so long, that they can no longer afford all the expenses associated with treatment, traveling, and medications. Over the past 8 years, this terrible disease has caused a tremendous drain on the family, both mentally, physically and financially. She may not be able to receive the needed treatments if we don't find a way to raise money for her continued care. My mother has not only had to fight the disease, but also has faced many obstacles along the way because she did not receive the proper medical treatment in the beginning. In 2006, she had a lumpectomy to remove a DCIS & also received 38 rounds of radiation to her left chest area. In 2008/2009, she was diagnosed with invasive breast cancer. She had a double mastectomy & started reconstruction. She received 8 months of different chemotherapy drugs, including Adriomycin, Cytoxan, Taxol, and Taxotere. She was very ill during her treatment, and lost all her hair. In 2009, she had reconstructive surgery. She has also had numerous surgeries in addition to these. She had to have ports put in chest twice. She has had to have 2 lumps removed from the left side of chest. In 2012, she had another reconstructive surgery because an MRI showed there was a rupture in her right implant. The surgeon also found left over breast tissue that had to be removed. During the summer of 2012, the PET scan showed that the cancer had spread to several areas. So my mother went through chemotherapy again. The doctors tried to shrink the tumors before surgery, but the chemo did not help much. This time she was given Gemcitabine and Carboplatin In October of 2012, our mother had surgery to remove lymph nodes under arm. The surgeon said she was full of cancer. It had spread so bad that it was inside and outside all the lymph nodes they removed. The cancer was also in all the flesh, veins, & muscle they removed. The surgeon could not get it all, and left several inoperable tumors around her brachial plexus and 3 lymph nodes in her neck. The surgeon closed her up, and told our family that she was terminal, and there was nothing else they could do. He said he was sorry. So in January and February of 2013, our mother received radiation again. The doctors said you should never radiate the same area twice, but the cancer would do worse than the radiation. If they had to operate on the tumors around her brachial plexus, which is the nerves and artery supplying blood to you arm, that they would most likely have to amputate her arm. And since she was terminal, they did not want to put her through this. Numerous doctors at Vanderbilt have told her that the goal of treatment is Quality of life, not Quantity. My mother was put on a clinical trial last year. In December of 2013, the CT scan showed she had 15 tumors in her liver. It turns out, she was getting the placebo instead of the real drug. So they started the real medication in January. But then she had complications with lungs and had to be taken off of it. She developed pleural effusion, which means fluid builds up in the lining of the lung. They initially drained over 3 pounds of malignant fluid off left lung. After doing this several time, they put a chest tube in so she could drain the fluid out at home every 2 days. They say she is now developing fluid in right lung also. And the last count showed she had 25 tumors in her liver. The doctors had to change her chemo once again, so she has been taking 7 pills a day call Xeloda for months, hoping it would slow the growth of the tumors. Her scans last week showed that the tumors are all growing, and there are more of them. She also has more tumors in liver and lungs, and the others grew since last scan. She has several other tumors throughout her body. Our mother had an appointment to start chemo, but was unable to go due to finances. She needs to go to Vanderbilt to get a new chemotherapy once a week, and they are going to biopsy her liver. She is hoping to be able to go next week, and they are working with her to switch her appointments around.
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First Baptist Nashville | The Memorial Service for Susie Edwards
 
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Barbara Sue "Susie" Edwards, aka "Honey", passed away on March 24, 2015 after a two year battle with cancer. She was born August 14, 1951 in San Antonio, Texas and in a few days, became the adopted daughter of Grady Abner and Barbara Thompson West of Premont, TX. She is survived by her husband, Mark; daughter, Weslee Edwards Hill (Chris) of Martin, TN; son, Nathan Daniel Edwards (Corri) of Hoover, AL; grandchildren, Jonathan Allen Hill, Andrew Christopher Hill, Thomas Wesley Hill, Daniel Tucker Edwards and Ella Anne Edwards; brothers, Grady Abner West, Jr. of Fort Worth, TX and Randolph Thompson West of San Juan Capistrano, CA; sister, Brownie Lynn Curry of Brownwood, TX and numerous nieces and nephews. Susie's greatest delight on earth was in her family, but she was also a 28-year employee of TN Baptist Convention. She was active in the music program at First Baptist Church and worked with preschoolers for thirty years. However her favorite role at the church was being the wife of the music minister; she also loved being a Sunday morning greeter. "Honey" and her family express heartfelt appreciation and gratitude to the medical staff of TN Oncology, St. Thomas Midtown, Vanderbilt-Ingram Cancer Center and Alive Hospice for their excellent attention and care, and to the "Herd" of family and friends who have ministered to them during this journey, especially those at First Baptist Church Nashville. To celebrate Susie's life, Dr. Frank Lewis will conduct a service at 2 p.m. on Friday, March 27th at First Baptist Church Nashville. There will be a time of visitation on Thursday, March 26th from 4 - 7 p.m., and from 1 p.m. until time of the service on Friday, all at the church. Burial at Harpeth Hills Memory Gardens will be private. - See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/tennessean/obituary.aspx?n=susie-edwards&pid=174489497#sthash.XHkXJrql.dpuf
American Cancer Society Harrah's Hope Lodge - Memphis, TN
 
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Getting the right care sometimes means cancer patients must travel away from home, often to a cancer treatment facility in another city. Hope Lodge communities provide a free place for patients and caregivers to stay during treatment so they can focus on what's most important - getting well. Videographer Deon Bates spotlights Harrah's Hope Lodge in Memphis. There are 31 other Hope Lodge locations around the country. For more information, please visit cancer.org.
Vandana Abramson, MD, Addresses Treatment Strategies for Metastatic Breast Cancer
 
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In this video, Vandana Abramson, MD, assistant professor of medicine, Division of Hematology/Oncology, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN, discusses the various strategies utilized in the treatment of metastatic breast cancer. Dr Abramson says that they are looking at new mutations within the subgroups, specifically PI3 kinase mutations, as targets for estrogen receptor positive breast cancer. For HER-2 positive breast cancer there are many new therapies such as, Kadcyla, Pertuzumab, Trastuzumab and more. "That's where I really think breast cancer is headed, said Dr Abramson. "We are figuring out how we can target specific subtypes in a better way." This video was taken on May 2, 2013, at the NAMCP Spring Managed Care Forum in Orlando, FL.
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AACR Annual Meeting 2015 Preview: Dr. Carlos L. Arteaga
 
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AACR President Carlos L. Arteaga, MD, discusses the AACR Annual Meeting 2015, April 18-22, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (http://www.aacr.org/2015AACR). Dr. Arteaga is the Donna S. Hall chair in breast cancer research and director of the Center for Cancer Targeted Therapies at Vanderbilt-Ingram Cancer Center in Nashville, Tennessee.