1. Expert Opinion

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    Why did your institution choose to take up the proton therapy challenge? Dr. Sanjay Chandrasekhar, Sr. Consultant Radiation Oncologist, explains that it's in the interest of many people if the Apollo Specialty Cancer Hospital in Chennai, India, chose to take up the proton therapy challenge.

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    • In Sixty - Surgeon Perspective

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      IN SIXTY is Manitoba’s Cancer Patient Journey Initiative aimed to get patients from suspicion of cancer, through diagnosis, and to their first treatment faster – in sixty days or less – and to do so in a way that also provides a smoother experience for patients. While the 60-day goal will take several years to achieve, cancer journey improvements are underway in areas of primary care, diagnostics, specialty care, IT support, and communication. In Sixty is a partnership of Manitoba Health, CancerCare Manitoba, Diagnostic Services of Manitoba, Manitoba’s regional health authorities, Family Physicians, Specialists and other health care providers, and patients. For more information, visit www.insixty.ca.

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      • L. Tomlinson Keynote Assoc. For Value Based Cancer Care

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        • In Sixty - Patient Perspective

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          IN SIXTY is Manitoba’s Cancer Patient Journey Initiative aimed to get patients from suspicion of cancer, through diagnosis, and to their first treatment faster – in sixty days or less – and to do so in a way that also provides a smoother experience for patients. While the 60-day goal will take several years to achieve, cancer journey improvements are underway in areas of primary care, diagnostics, specialty care, IT support, and communication. In Sixty is a partnership of Manitoba Health, CancerCare Manitoba, Diagnostic Services of Manitoba, Manitoba’s regional health authorities, Family Physicians, Specialists and other health care providers, and patients. For more information, visit www.insixty.ca.

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          • In Sixty - Primary Care Perspective

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            IN SIXTY is Manitoba’s Cancer Patient Journey Initiative aimed to get patients from suspicion of cancer, through diagnosis, and to their first treatment faster – in sixty days or less – and to do so in a way that also provides a smoother experience for patients. While the 60-day goal will take several years to achieve, cancer journey improvements are underway in areas of primary care, diagnostics, specialty care, IT support, and communication. In Sixty is a partnership of Manitoba Health, CancerCare Manitoba, Diagnostic Services of Manitoba, Manitoba’s regional health authorities, Family Physicians, Specialists and other health care providers, and patients. For more information, visit www.insixty.ca.

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            • Finding Your Way Through Cancer Treatment

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              When you envision a pathway, you think of something that helps you get to your destination. That holds true for cancer care too. Managed cancer pathways are meant to guide people through treatment. The head and neck cancer pathway makes stops at a variety of health specialties. “There are certain physicians that send us patients right after diagnosis,” says Stacey Brill. She is a speech therapist with Lee Memorial Health System. “They’re diagnosed in the office that day, the doctor writes the order, faxes it to me the next day and we get them going before they even start chemo-radiation or have surgery. Just to get baselines and give them education.” Oral cancer patient Larry Brundage got engaged with the system about 6 months into treatment. By then his head was swirling. “You get so many doctors involved I think at one time my wife counted 23 doctors at one time,” Brundage says. “At the time I got involved there wasn't a navigator.” The navigator is the point-person. Their role is to cut through the clutter. They meet with patients and determine what resources are available- they also create a roadmap for care. It includes coordinating between professionals and even assisting with setting appointments. “It’s definitely a very important piece as far as providing nutrition education in that whole continuum of care,” says Lee Memorial Health System oncology dietitian Valerie Butram. “In the pathway, all of their needs will be addressed.” Streamlining care takes a tiny bit of sting out of cancer treatment. 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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              • Bay Radio Charity Awards Film 2014

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                The brief story of 19 of the Costa Blanca's hardest working charities and charitable organisations. Directed/Produced by: Dean Shaw Production Manager: Sonia Shaw Co-Produced: Silvia Barnish & Sue Nutbrown

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                • TAO 2013 - Organisation des soins - Supportive vs Palliative Care

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                  • Cancer Care at UT Southwestern Medical Center

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                    UT Southwestern Medical Center. The future of cancer care, today.

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                    • Children and Young People's Service at CancerCare

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                      The impact of cancer can be devastating to any of us; it can be even harder for a child whether they have cancer themselves or if the disease affects a relative or friend. It is for this reason that CancerCare has a dedicated Children and Young Peoples Service (CYPS) team, which offers free support to clients aged from 3 to 18 and whose lives have been affected by cancer. Find out more at http://www.cancercare.org.uk

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