• Cured Too A Cancer Story A Film By David Triplett – Skin Cancer, testimonial, subtitle
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    Cured Too A Cancer Story A Film By David Triplett – Skin Cancer, testimonial, subtitle

    Cured Too: A Cancer Story A Film By David Triplett A KuroGroves Production – David Triplett: This is cancer. This is cannabis oil. This is cancer on cannabis oil. [Showing different pictures of skin cancer] Any questions? I’ve had questions too if I was you. My name is David Triplett and I cured my skin cancer using cannabis oil. And so did he. (Michael McShane – Skin Cancer) And he. (Dennis Hill BioChemist – prostate cancer) And she. (Lynnice Wedewer Ph D. – Multiple cancers, Blindness) And she as well. (Australian woman – Skin Cancer) And this guy too. (Joe “Iron Man” Siller, Former US Marine – Skin cancer) “Search:…

  • DermTV – Skin Cancer Statistics [DermTV.com Epi #203]
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    DermTV – Skin Cancer Statistics [DermTV.com Epi #203]

    [music] Hello, I’m Dr. Neal Schultz [pause] and welcome to DermTV. As we approach the end of May, National Skin Cancer Awareness Month, there’s one more very important point I’d like to make about skin cancer. Melanoma is the only preventable cancer for which the mortality rate continues to increase. In the 30-year period, from 1975 to 2005 the death rate for melanoma has increased a dramatic forty-percent. It’s gone from 225 deaths per million Americans to 310 deaths per million Americans. What does that translate to you? Well in the year 2010 with 300 million Americans that means this year 9,000 Americans will die from melanoma or one approximately…

  • Two Dimensions in Targeting HER2
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    Two Dimensions in Targeting HER2

    Two Dimensions in Targeting HER2 HER2 and HER3 receptors and their motive activation through dimerization and activation of PI3k/Akt signaling and binding sites of trastuzumab, pertuzumab, and lapatinib. HER2 is a receptor tyrosine kinase located at the cell membrane with a large extracellular domain (ECD) and an intracellular catalytic kinase domain (KD) and signaling tail. Signal generation by HER2 occurs through heterodimerization with its HER family siblings. The activated HER2 KD then phosphorylates the c-tail of HER3, leading to recruitment of several proteins and initiating a series of parallel signaling cascades that ultimately execute the phenotypic changes in cell behavior. In HER2-driven cancer cells, it also regulates HER3 in a…

  • AI Powered Skin Cancer Screening with Doctor Hazel | AI News | Intel Software
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    AI Powered Skin Cancer Screening with Doctor Hazel | AI News | Intel Software

    Hi, I’m David Shaw. And welcome to the weekly edition of AI News. Today, we’ll learn about Dr. Hazel, a new service for skin cancer screening powered by AI. [MUSIC PLAYING] Skin cancer has reached epidemic proportions in many parts of the world. A simple test to perform initial screening is all that’s needed to encourage individuals to seek treatment. Dr. Hazel is a cancer screening service that operates in real time that was co-developed by Intel software innovator Peter Ma. It relies on an extensive library of images to help distinguish between skin cancer and benign lesions. This makes it easier for people to seek professional medical advice. Peter…

  • Scripps Health: Skin Cancer Types and Treatments
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    Scripps Health: Skin Cancer Types and Treatments

    – Skin cancer is the most common type of cancer in the world that we see today. In this country, we see 3,000,000 cases per year, the most dangerous being melanoma, where we see over 100,000 cases per year. The three main types of skin cancer are basal cell carcinoma, squamous cell carcinoma, and melanoma. The survival rates of skin cancer are actually very good. For a basal cell carcinoma or squamous cell carcinoma, it should be 98 plus percent or even higher. For melanoma, we’re fortunate that it’s at least 90 percent, including the aggressive melanomas. The key to skin cancer is, again, early diagnosis, just like it is…

  • Other Cancers After Skin Cancer
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    Other Cancers After Skin Cancer

    Skin cancer history may be associated with an increased risk of future malignancies. I’m Erin White and this is a dailyRx Minute. White individuals with a history of non-melanoma skin cancer had a somewhat higher risk of developing other cancers. Men who had been diagnosed with basal or squamous cell skin cancer had an 11 percent higher risk of developing new cancers while women survivors had a 20 percent increased risk compared to people who had never had these skin cancers. Ask your doctor how to reduce your cancer risk. For dailyRx TV, I’m Erin White.

  • New technique removes skin cancer more precisely, less painfully
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    New technique removes skin cancer more precisely, less painfully

    1 IN 5 AMERICANS WILL GET SKIN CANCER IN THEIR LIFETIME. REPEATED SUN BURNS INCREASE YOUR CHANCES.THE GOOD NEWS IS – IF YOU CATCH IT EARLY, SKIN CANCERS ARE ALMOST ALWAYS CURABLE. NOW, NEW TECHNIQUES IN AUSTIN ARE REMOVING SKIN CANCER MORE PRECISELY AND LESS PAINFULLY.KXAN’S “AMANDA BRANDEIS” SHOWS US HOW.”I LOVE OUTDOORS.”ON A LAKE, WITH FISHING ROD IN HAND – EUGENE HESTER’S IN HIS HAPPY PLACE. “YOU CATCH FISH EVERY 20 TO 30 PERCENT OF THE TIME YOU GO OUT, THE REST OF THE TIME YOU HAVE TO WORK FOR IT!”BUT IN HIS 74 YEARS – “THE BIG MOUTH BASS IS THE MOST FUN” – SUNSCREEN WAS NEVER AN…

  • SunSmart myth busting: Only women who sunbathe get skin cancer
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    SunSmart myth busting: Only women who sunbathe get skin cancer

    Hi I’m Jennifer Rock, aka The Skin Nerd I’m delighted to be working with Irish Cancer Society today to debunk some serious myths around skin protection, tanning and sunbeds. This is a big fat myth. Figures show that in 2013 almost 6,000 men were diagnosed with skin cancer compared to just under 5,000 women. Skin cancer represents 29% of all cancers in women and 31% of all cancer cases in men. So it’s pretty clear it is not a female-only issue. By 2040 it is estimated that there will be 13,000 females diagnosed and over 20,000 males. So all men out there–you need to look after your skin and make…