1. "Canswer"

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    "I don't know if you believe me, but cancer is the best thing that happened to me" At age 46, Ethel Maiello, a mother of a seven year old was diagnosed with stage three breast cancer. Four months after, without chemotherapy, she was announced cancer free. This is her inspiring story. a Studio Inspiro Production Film and Media Arts International Academy Directed and Edited: Hanz Florentino DOP: Pantit Pablo PD: Jess Boquiren Sound: Daven Montes

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    • Learning About Love for 25 Years

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      For 25 years, Joseph's House has been caring for homeless men and women with AIDS and cancer in Washington, DC. Please join with us for Do More 24 on Thursday, June 4, and pledge your support to sustaining our mission in the year ahead. www.josephshouse.org

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      • I Am Ysaye: From Here to There

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        We take a glimpse into the life, music, relationships and illness of Ysaye Barnwell, a former member of the singing group Sweet Honey in the Rock.

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        • ASCO 2015 : les enjeux du Big Data en cancérologie

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          L'analyse des signatures génomiques des tumeurs est un élément essentiel de la médecine personnalisée, permettant notamment de corréler les anomalies génétiques aux réponses aux traitements. Les explications du Dr Charles Ferté, de Gustave Roussy.

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          • ASCO 2015: early trial of immunotherapy in ovarian cancer

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            Dr. Andrea Varga, MD at Gustave Roussy, presents a clinical study with monoclonal antibody pembrolizumab on ovarian cancer.

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            • ASCO 2015 : vers les combinaisons thérapeutiques

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              Les combinaisons thérapeutiques associant des thérapies ciblées entre elles ou avec des immunothérapies sont une tendance forte de l'ASCO 2015. L'objectif consiste à construire une prise en charge séquentielle et évolutive des tumeurs. Les médecins-chercheurs de Gustave Roussy commentent cette évolution.

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              • ASCO 2015 : double thérapie ciblée et immunothérapie dans le cancer du poumon

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                Le Dr David Planchard de Gustave Roussy, présente 2 études sur les traitements du cancer du poumon non à petites cellules : l'association de deux thérapies ciblées (anti BRAF et anti MEK), offrant de bons résultats, et une étude sur deux immunothérapies (anti PD-L1 et anti CTLA4), utilisées seules ou en association.

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                • FFF Beam - Yashoda Hospitals

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                  Triple F Radio surgery -- A Breakthrough in Cancer Care to open up Limitless possibilities. Yashoda Cancer Institute, takes pride in presenting the Flattening Filter Free (FFF) beam. It is a significant step as it will make the breakthrough technology more accessible and affordable to people across India.

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                  • Rob's Ride for Kids With Cancer

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                    He's taking part in the #GreatCycleChallenge.

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