1. Rosh Jodesh Cancer Fundacion Kabbalah

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    celebración de Luna Nueva de Cancer en Fundación kabbalah

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    • 6ème édition - Courir POUR ELLES 2015

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      Réalisation/Montage : Boulevard 132 Production

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      • Studies Support Nipple-Sparing Mastectomy

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        Treating cancer while preserving the breast. A breast surgery option more women are giving a second look is the nipple-sparing mastectomy. “Nipple-sparing mastectomy is a surgical technique where the entire breast is removed underneath the skin surface. Traditionally the nipple areola complex would be removed even when you were doing a skin-sparing mastectomy,” says Dr. Lea Blackwell, who is a surgical breast oncologist on medical staff of Lee Memorial Health System. A recent review of more than 19 different studies, including more than 5,000 patients found similar survival and recurrence rates compared to women who underwent a full mastectomy. “There is some breast tissue that is left there at the nipple and previously it was felt that caused problems with possible recurrence however even when you do a mastectomy about 2% of breast tissue is left,” says Dr. Blackwell. Putting caution before cosmesis, this research supports the nipple-sparing technique as a safe alternative. That doesn’t mean every woman is cut out for it. “The nipple sparing mastectomy typically is for women with smaller breasts and if the tumor is not close to the nipple. It needs to be approximately 2cm away from the nipple,” says Dr. Blackwell. Less than 5% of US doctors offer this procedure, but it is available in Southwest Florida. Dr. Lea Blackwell finds it gives her breast cancer patients a boost. “There’s a higher degree of patient satisfaction and body self-image when you leave the nipple intact,” says Dr. Blackwell. While there is no sensation left, the preserving surgery leaves women feeling more natural. View More Health Matters video segments at leememorial.org/healthmatters/ Lee Memorial Health System in Fort Myers, FL is the largest network of medical care facilities in Southwest Florida and is highly respected for its expertise, innovation and quality of care. For nearly a century, we’ve been providing our community with everything from primary care treatment to highly specialized care services and robotic assisted surgeries. Visit leememorial.org

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        • Good Thoughts: Talking with a Friend who has Cancer

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          You’re not alone if you don’t know what to say when someone has cancer. Rebecca Rand is clinical social worker and psychotherapist. She counsels patients at the Regional Cancer Center. “I handle the emotional aspects of getting the cancer diagnosis,” says Rand. As much as family members, friends, neighbors and co-workers want to express support, she cautions not to lose sight. This disease is not about you, it’s about them. And most new cancer patients are in a state of shock. “When they initially get the diagnosis sometimes it’s overwhelming to have too many people involved in the process because it’s very private,” says Rand. So tread lightly and chose your words carefully. If you are not family or a close friend, start with someone who is. “Respect the privacy of each individual as they go through the process and say through the family member is there anything I can do?” says Rand. A cancer diagnosis is followed by a whirlwind of activity. Most people quickly engage in treatment. While they adjust to what might be a lengthy process, they try to get on with life and generally want you to let them. “What I hear mostly from the patients themselves is that they don’t want to be treated differently. They don’t want to have people respond in a way that they feel sorry for them,” says Rand. Good options to show support are things like:’ I’m here if you feel like talking’ or ‘I care about you’. Instead of: ‘I know just how you feel or don’t worry’. Finally, follow their lead. “Some people cry, some people close down. Some people are very talkative or chatty. You have to really individualize how you respond to that person,” says Rand. And don’t avoid a sick friend or stop calling out of fear. Sometimes just saying ‘I don’t know what to say’ is better nothing at all. View More Health Matters video segments at leememorial.org/healthmatters/ Lee Memorial Health System in Fort Myers, FL is the largest network of medical care facilities in Southwest Florida and is highly respected for its expertise, innovation and quality of care. For nearly a century, we’ve been providing our community with everything from primary care treatment to highly specialized care services and robotic assisted surgeries. Visit leememorial.org

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          • I Won't Go Quiet Campaign, Short version

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            The Loss Foundation launches their campaign, I Won't Go Quiet, which encourages the family, friends, colleagues, and acquaintances of those bereaved by cancer to say something rather than nothing. We know how hard it can be to know the “right” thing to say when someone you know has lost a loved one. Feeling ill equipped to deal with sadness is a normal fear but avoiding the subject can leave your friend feeling isolated and alone in their grief, which ultimately makes their bereavement more difficult. Pledge with us #IWontGoQuiet www.thelossfoundation.org

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            • Patrick Pollard: Cancer Metabolism

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              Cancer cells produce energy predominately through a high rate of glycolysis; it has been suggested that this change in metabolism is the fundamental cause of cancer. Dr Patrick Pollard aims to elucidate the alternative metabolic strategies used by cancer cells with high concentrations of glucose to proliferate, even under conditions of stress. These mechanisms could then become targets for more effective cancer therapies.

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              • Raghib Ali: INDOX Cancer Research Network

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                The INDOX Cancer Research Network is a collaboration between Oxford and twelve leading cancer centres in India. As Director of this Network, Dr Raghib Ali aims to improve early detection of cancer and to develop effective and affordable cancer treatments for low and middle-income countries. Dr Ali's main interest is in colorectal (bowel) cancer and other chronic, non-communicable diseases. Incidence of colorectal cancer in India has been relatively low historically; understanding why may help us establish risk factors and also lead to new treatments.

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                • Vincenzo Cerundolo: Cancer immunology

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                  Immunotherapy stimulates the body's immune system, and can be a powerful treatment for cancer. The most efficient prophylactic cancer vaccine today is the vaccine against papilloma virus, whereas the development of therapeutic vaccines is more challenging. With the aim of developing better treatment strategies for cancer patients, Professor Vincenzo Cerundolo is working to gain a better understanding of the cell-to-cell interplay required for optimal expansion and activation of tumour-specific T cell populations.

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                  • David Jackson: The Lymphatic System in Immunity and Cancer

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                    The lymphatic system is a network of vessels collecting the fluids leaked from the blood vasculature. Its filtering function makes it an ideal compartment for the immune system. It is also a pipeline for metastasizing tumour cells to spread to distant tissues. Professor David Jackson studies how leukocytes and tumour cells enter the lymphatic vessels from the surrounding tissues. Professor Jackson’s research has the potential to help us better control the spread of tumours, block unwanted immune responses in autoimmune diseases, block tissue rejection and make vaccines more effective.

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                    • oxigenate-pasalo-prevencion-cancer

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                      Hace 80 años Otto Heinrich Warburg premio Nobel 1931, descubrió que es la falta de oxigeno en las células la causa del cancer. ¿Cúal es la razón por la que se niega esta información a la sociedad desde los estamentos competentes? INFORMATE. Es tu salud, Es tuvida. ¡PÁSALO! Enlaces de interés: http://venciendo-la-soledad.mozello.es/noticias/ informativo http://chynotaw.blogspot.com.es/ Campaña prevención contra el cáncer http://www.coral-club.es/alcalinizar-o-morir-muy-importante-para-nuestra-salud ¿Sabias que…? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6EfRZ6Yx9Hw&feature=player_embedded Video que “enfermos de poder” subió hace 3 años https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sIGIEWhAUj4 Video “cáncer, el secreto mejor guardado” Jacinto de Jesús http://www.dsalud.com/index.php?pagina=articulo&c=713 Sobre el agua https://causaycausalidad.wordpress.com/2012/10/24/268/ Blog-Carmen Ortega http://www.taringa.net/posts/salud-bienestar/11004530/Re-Edit-Cancer-lo-que-no-quieren-que-el-mundo-sepa.html Articulo - denuncia http://www.innatia.com/s/c-dietas-equilibradas/a-teoria-de-dr-robert-young.html Fundamentos del “Estilo de vida alcalino” http://cancerintegral.com/las-causas-del-cancer-el-efecto-warburg-i-el-metabolismo-tumoral/#sthash.VsOGkq6k.dpbs Alfonso Fernández http://www.isciii.es/ISCIII/es/contenidos/fd-el-instituto/fd-comunicacion/fd-noticias/16-enero-2014-Hipoxia-Ciberner.shtml Instituto de Salud Carlos III http://periodismo-alternativo.com/2014/10/01/la-causa-principal-del-cancer-la-acidez-organica/ Denuncia

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