1. Miracle Crusade Against Cancer - Jesus is Coming - Face to Face! Miracles, Signs, Wonders, & Cures!!

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    Joshua Media Ministries, Int'l PO BOX 1270 Florissant, MO 63031 visit www.joshuamediaministries.org For prayer request, donations, products, or times and dates to the next Miracle Crusades, call 1(877) THE GLORY Thank you for your continued support

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    • Steven Hoog's Final Message to his Family & Friends

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      On December 16, 2013 I conducted an interview with Steven Hoog in the garage of his home in Tulsa Oklahoma. With two cameras, audio and lighting, a couple of chairs, a guitar, bible, Corvette and automotive themed background we started the effort that Steve put into motion. To start off with Steve chose to give a detailed summary of his life's journey in a timeline format. This is just a part of what Steve and I captured that day... the important part that he wanted to communicate. I count it an honor to have been a part of this project that was Steven's idea to do and I'm sure it will be cherished by all those who knew him. Please feel free to download this video for your own archives. Vimeo provides options for different file formats and it is an easy process, just be sure to put it somewhere safe where you can find it later. ;)

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      • HERACLES and Other Colorectal Cancer Findings

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        Eric Van Cutsem, MD, PhD, of University Hospitals Gasthuisberg/Leuven and Axel Grothey, MD, of the Mayo Clinic discuss the Italian-led study on trastuzumab and lapatinib in HER2-amplified metastatic colorectal as well as other colorectal cancer findings discussed at ASCO. (Abstract 3508)

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        • Young People May Need Colonoscopy

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          Only a fraction of people who should get a colonoscopy actually do- if it’s a hard sell for people at the recommended age of fifty- it’s a long-shot for a younger generation. But in many cases, their life could depend on it. “A lot of times I’ll see patients in the office who’ll say ‘I’m 45 I really don’t need a colonoscopy and I don’t really know why I’m here Dr. Moenning’ and I say ‘well you’re here because you have symptoms.’” Dr. Moenning is a colorectal surgeon with Lee Memorial Health System. Beginning at age 50, both men and women of average risk should undergo a screening to look for polyps that lead to colorectal cancer. The exception is people who fall into a high-risk category. “You have a strong family history of colon cancer - who is defined as someone who may be a parent or a first degree relative. In addition high risk groups would be defined as somebody who they themselves have a history of colon polyp, they may have a history of ulcerative colitis, or Crohn’s colitis,” says Dr. Moenning. Even two decades ago it was rare to find patients in their 20s, 30s or 40s with colorectal cancer. Now it is less surprising. The number of young-to-middle aged people is steadily climbing and studies predict that to continue. Experts believe young people should be proactive when it comes to any symptoms. “Just because you have abdominal pain does not mean you have colon cancer. But if you look at all those symptoms and in aggregate you say ‘is this normal for somebody’s whose 35 years old to have GI bleeding, is it normal to have this degree of abdominal pain?’ If we educate them, it gives them an opportunity to take control of their own health,” says Dr. Moenning. The later cancer is picked up the poorer the prognosis. So acting aggressive with any unusual bowel activity is the smart move. 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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          • Michelle's story

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            Be aware, and help raise awareness!

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            • The Increasing Role of Genomics in Colorectal Cancer

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              Medical oncologist and Assistant Professor at the University of Washington School of Medicine, Dr. Stacey Shiovitz, specializes in genetics and colorectal cancer. She discusses a new approach to research that is helping with treatment selections for patients. In addition to looking at the tumor size and growth, doctors are now looking at the DNA within the tumor. The progress has been made in moving away from just looking at the stage of the cancer and focusing more on the genes. Dr. Shiovitz encourages patients to speak with their health care team about specific characteristics of their tumors, because it can assist with treatment eligibility and maximize their potential of acquiring the best treatment options.

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              • Solving a Colon Cancer Mystery

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                For links to all the cited sources, a written transcript, commentary from Dr. Greger, as well as discussion and Q&A about this video, go to: http://nutritionfacts.org/video/solving-a-colon-cancer-mystery

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                • Comfortable Local Care: Brookings Health System, Brookings SD

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                  Learn more about colonoscopies at http://www.brookingshealth.org/SaraL. Watch Sara Larson of Elkton talk about her colonoscopy and the results.

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                  • Majid Ali MD, Surgery for Colon Cancer - A Video of Surgery for Cancer

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                    It is a serious mistake to unduly delay surgery for removing colon cancer in its early stages. I explain my reasons. Please consider the video entitled “Introduction to Surgery for Cancer Series.”

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                    • Alternative Treatments for Prostate Cancer

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                      Dr. Gil Lederman discusses about the possible alternative treatments for patients with prostate cancer. Click on this video to learn more.

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