1. Living Room 4-17-12


    from Peninsula TV / Added

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    Welcome to the Bonnie J Addario Lung Cancer Foundation Lung Cancer Living Room support group. Here you will find people who care about your diagnosis, the most up-to-date information about treatment options from the foremost experts in the world of lung cancer. We are bringing hope home to your living room. www.lungcancerfoundation.org Disclaimer: The information included on this site/video/livestream is for educational pursuit and topical purposes only. It is not intended nor implied to be a substitute for professional medical advice. The viewer should always consult his or her healthcare provider to determine the appropriateness of the information for their own situation or if they have any questions regarding a medical condition or treatment plan. Nothing from the Bonnie J. Addario Lung Cancer Foundation, the Lung Cancer Living Room or the Addario Lung Cancer Medical Institute should be construed as an attempt to offer or render a medical opinion or otherwise engage in the practice of medicine.

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    • St. Baldrick's Event 4-15-12


      from CDG Films - Marc A. Reynolds / Added

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      My son decided to have his head shaved as part of a St. Baldrick's event. He made us proud and I decided to video tape it.

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      • My Story - Karen Hornsby


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        We all have difficulties in this life, but it seems there are some that seem to face darker nights than we could ever imagine. This is one such story. Watch this powerful video to discover how the Hornsby family has encountered incredible odds and yet... somehow... are still able to find a greater purpose within the storm.

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        • Hope Is Home -- Cancer Center


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          ©2012 Devin Miller

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          • How Soclal Voice and Mobile Are Changing Philanthropy


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            Keynote presentation at Innogive (innovation, technology, and non-profits) by Scott Dunlap, VP, Emerging Opportunities @ PayPal on 4/2/12. He talks about behavioral engineering, and how social and mobile are creating phenomenon more powerful than direct donations. Ever wonder why it feels good to post to Facebook? Scott digs into the biological drivers through a funny example showing different personality types and why they flourish in social context. Audio direct from microphone, slides only. Please note that this presentation does have some PG-13 language.

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            • NTU Alumni Cancer Video


              from Elisha Nyameba / Added

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              This was a university simulated client project. We had to create something for the Nottingham Trent University Alumni Association. TopDollar Productions

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              • Présentation de l'association Tribu Cancer


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                • From Brighton To St. Thomas


                  from Justin Poirier / Added

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                  When a family friend was diagnosed with terminal cancer, I went down to see her one last time. Because she didn't know that my camera could record video, I was able to capture some really amazing candid moments. It was a trip that I'll never forget.

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                  • Cancer VNR for CGHR.org in Hindi


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                    A new study has found that nearly 600 000 Indians die every year from cancer, with 70% of those deaths occurring between the ages of 30-69 years. The study, led by the Centre for Global Health Research, and in close collaboration with Tata Memorial Hospital, is the first to provide a reliable total number of cancer deaths in rural and urban India. Previous estimates have relied on data from cancer registries, which are mainly located in urban areas, and are not representative of the 70% of Indians who live in rural areas. The most common cancer in men was oral cancer, followed by stomach and lung cancers. In women, the leading cancers were cervical, breast, and stomach. The burden from cancers caused by tobacco use was alarmingly high, contributing to almost 120,000 deaths in 2010, and was responsible for over 40% of male, and nearly 20% of female cancers. Cancer is an important cause of mortality in India, and equally affects both rural and urban areas. Cancer is also a significant burden in poor and uneducated, as illiterate adults had twice the risk of dying from cancer as the most educated ones. Large differences in cancer mortality rates between states, as well as large numbers of deaths from tobacco and infection-related cancers, indicate that the majority of cancer deaths can be avoided.

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