• 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:…

  • Earlobe Repair after Skin Cancer Removal (Mohs Surgery)
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    Earlobe Repair after Skin Cancer Removal (Mohs Surgery)

    Skin cancer here, basal cell, which is not life threatening but locally destructive here. You’ve had one of these before. “Yes” And we’ve removed it now, it’s all clear, but we’re gonna actually move, it’s called the double advancement flap, where I’m gonna move this tissue a little up and move this tissue down to cover this little baby Tyson bite. …that we have here. Okay… You shouldn’t feel anything other than us touching you. It’s called the double advancement because we’re advancing tissue from both sides here. You’ve got something right here, too. Doing just great! Okay? Nothing’s bothering you, right? No. Good. Got it? Just going to use…

  • 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…

  • How do surgeons treat skin cancer?
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    How do surgeons treat skin cancer?

    – When we see skin cancer patients in our office, we have a number of different treatment options. Again, it depends on what kind of cancer. Some of the less aggressive cancers, you have more treatment options. You can treat ’em topically with a cream or liquid nitrogen treatment. Many times we’ll biopsy it first so we know what we’re dealing with. You can always remove a skin cancer. Some of the more aggressive skin cancers you want to remove and some of them with melanoma you have to remove them very aggressively and with a wider excision and sometimes check lymph nodes which is where skin cancers can spread…

  • 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…

  • Eyelid Skin Cancer
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    Eyelid Skin Cancer

    Hi, I’m Dr. Matheson Harris with Utah Oculoplastic Consultants in Salt Lake City, Utah. Skin cancer of the eyelids is relatively common, especially in the west where lots of us spend time in the sun. The eyelid skin is the thinnest and most sensitive skin on your body. As a result, this is often the first area on your face to show change from sun damage and aging. Unfortunately, solar damage and other environmental toxins cause the skin to age and can cause cancer. The presence of a bump or growth on the eyelid that is enlarging, bleeds or forms a scab should be looked at by a medical doctor…