1. Please help us save Wayne.

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    from Em Added 4 0 0

    (Background information for video..) Wayne Kilbourne who is only aged 47 and is a loving husband and father of four, was diagnosed with terminal bowel cancer and was told he has six months to live (3 months ago). We did some research and came into contact a doctor in Europe who believes he can give Wayne a second chance at life through a new treatment called GcMAF, It is currently being used on other patients under similar circumstances and the results have been absolutely amazing. Unfortunately despite our very best efforts we do not have enough time to come up with the money on our own to pay for this crucial treatment which is why we would like to ask you for your help in any possible way- big or small. Thank-you from the bottom of our hearts for taking the time to read this, Go fund me- http://www.gofundme.com/w53px4m

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    • Happy Days

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      from Luke Marshall's Brain Added 997 0 0

      A love story where two people from different corners of the globe got together and never left each others side to battle an aggressive cancer. This movie is a small peek at the good times and an even smaller peek and the harder times that unfolded since Jenni and Luke met in January 2013 up until their marriage in April 2015. It's not every day that you get to marry your hero ;)

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      • In Memoriam: Kyle Lesley

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        from Peter Menchini Added 1,629 2 1

        Cancer has taken Kyle from us at the inexcusably young age of 34. Using my video archives from 2011 to the present, plus photos taken by myself and many of Kyle's friends and family, I made this to honor our fallen comrade. The soundtrack is one of Kyle's favorites, "Everybody's Got to Learn Sometime" by Beck. I don't own the rights to this song; it's not for profit.

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        • Sarantos Surgery Lyric Video - New Top Rock 2015 song

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          https://www.melogia.com/ https://itun Sarantos Releases A New Rock Song About A Subject Rarely Discussed In Popular Hit Songs On The Radio - Surgery. Has there ever been a hit song on the radio about having surgery? Sarantos listens to all types of music and honestly cannot recall one. Staying true to a necessary rock theme for a song as powerful as this topic needs was critically important for Sarantos. It had to be a rock genre as pop just wouldn't fit the mood. The song "Surgery" is now released and although it is doubtful that hospitals and doctors offices will be playing this in their waiting rooms and preoperative areas, Sarantos is sure that any patient undergoing surgery will find a sense of serenity and peace in listening to this song sometime before their surgery in the privacy of their own mind. Unfortunately, in one's lifetime the odds are almost 100% that surgery will become a necessary reality for all of us. It can be called a procedure or deemed outpatient or minimally invasive but the undeniable reality exists - surgery is surgery. There is some inherent uncertainty. For people not in the medical field, there is a fear that is real and not imagined. Surgery does not ever come with guaranteed results. Even a world renown surgeon will readily admit this. It does not matter if it is open heart surgery or the birth of a child or cancer surgery or cosmetic surgery. Ultimately, all one can do is put their lives in the hands of an experienced anesthesiologist and surgeon and hope & pray for the best! Having undergone surgery himself, Sarantos recently got the chance to spend time as a patient. There was a fear inside that cannot be denied although almost everyone indeed tries to deny it. Anyone who has ever had surgery can relate to this defense mechanism though it is not commonly discussed openly. Regardless of how easy the surgery is touted and despite being 99.9% sure that the result will be favorable, in the depths of our minds, there is a palpable sense of doubt and anxiety. This song was born after Sarantos underwent an upper endoscopy which found an esophageal stricture and chronic eosinophilic esophagitis (allergic reaction). The opening had closed down to about the size of a straw! No wonder Sarantos was having difficulty for the last four years with eating and intense pain. Thankfully, all is better now and despite needing a few more procedures, Sarantos has been pain free for almost 6 months now. Of course, Sarantos is enjoying eating large portions of cookies and ice cream and all kinds of desserts again without any limitations. Vocal experts everywhere claim this daily dairy intake is also helping his voice out (This is completely the opposite of what they say but as his social media fans can confirm, Sarantos loves dessert and so he eats it anyway). Lyrics: Surgery Verse 1 My doctor just told me That I need surgery And I've got no choice The sickness won't wait To him I trust my fate Down the hallway Daylight fading away Will I see the sun again? Chorus 1 Inside my mind I am scared Of what’s on the other side And truth be told I am terrified Verse 2 They put a mask over my face I try to hold my breath to stop that cold embrace But I've got no choice I breathe it in Everything fades to black as my nightmare begins My family is waiting Outside praying As my life slips away Chorus 2 Inside my mind I am scared Of what’s on the other side And truth be told I am terrified Inside my mind I am scared Will I make it through alive? Truth be told I am terrified, to die! Guitar solo Chorus 3 Inside my mind I am scared Of what’s on the other side And truth be told I am terrified Inside my mind I am scared Will I make it through alive? Truth be told I am terrified, to die! End I feel a warm embrace Bright lights on my face Is this heaven? Or did I make it through? Did I make it back to you?? https://www.facebook.com/Sarantosmelogia http://www.twitter.com/sarantosmelogia Sarantos' iTunes & Apple Connect: http://bit.ly/SarantosAppleStore

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          • DULCES IDEAS - DULCE VERANO

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            from Carlos P. Llop Added 2 0 0

            Spot para Dulces Ideas sobre "Dulce Verano", una campaña realizada en Nules en favor de la asociación Kimo-kap.

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            • CANSurvive Retreat Promo 2015

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              from Hayden Crawford Added 8 0 0

              A 5 minute promo showcasing the CANsurvive Retreats at Alchemy Body and Soul in Yallingup.

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              • Barb's Story

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                from Pure Image Productions Added

                Barb's story of survival and her continued battle with Breast Cancer. A Pure Image Production, Directed by John Scoular. We shot Barb's story on Keewaydin Island with Canon C100, 5D Mark ll, Go Pro. Barb went through all of her painful photos during the past couple years to create this story of struggle, hope and giving back. She is a warrior.

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                • St. Jude Walk Run to End Childhood Cancer!

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                  This year, parents of nearly 16,000 children in the U.S. will hear the words: “Your child has cancer.” One in five of those children won’t survive. September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, and as a leader in the way the world understands, treats and defeats childhood cancer and other life-threatening diseases, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital® will focus on raising awareness and funds for this very important issue. Despite significant progress made by St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, which has helped push the overall childhood cancer survival rates from 20 to more than 80 percent since the hospital opened in 1962, cancer remains the leading cause of death by disease for children over the age of 1. Each year about 175,000 children are diagnosed with cancer worldwide, and 60 percent of these kids don’t have access to modern treatment. For those who win their battles against childhood cancer, victory often comes at a cost as survivors face a much higher risk of experiencing unique long-term health effects later in life. To view the multimedia release go to: http://www.multivu.com/players/English/7390851-st-jude-hospital-childhood-cancer-awareness/

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                  • Reflected Legacy Video Diary | 27 August

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                    Week 6 of the project. "In our world that has so much fear in it, if a few more people could hear the kinds of stories that people are telling at the end of their lives, the end of this consciousness, I think it would effect the way that they behave and the decisions they make in their lives. It's funny that during the end of life experience is when we can understand the most about (our) lives yet that is when we have so little opportunity to make new decisions or to do new things. There is a lot of value to be found in storytelling around the end of life and the sharing of those stories." Something shifted for me at the hospital yesterday. I felt the love, grief and beauty of the project at another level, following a particular Session I held. I cried and broke open afterwards. I am feeling a deep experience of peace, reflection, awakening and connection during this project. I am learning some very important things about life. Hopefully it will make for a good book - I need to share some of what I get to hear during these experiences with all of you. Something useful is happening here. x The Reflected Legacy book will feature the key insights gained from this program and offer ways of considering all of our lives from a deeper, more connected perspective. Due for release later this year.

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                    • Latest Technology Analyzes Disease Progression

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                      Melanoma expert Dr. Mark Gimbel from Banner MD Anderson Cancer Center and Dr. Michael Wong from University of Southern California, Norris Comprehensive Cancer Center highlight state-of-the-art imaging, which obtains analysis of disease progression.

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