1. World Cancer Day


    from Media Haus PNG, Stephen Rae Added

    Partners in the fight against Cancer in PNG come together in a Panel discussion and information dissemination afternoon. Involves US Embassy, WHO, Department of Health and the Cancer Foundation. aired in the News Review Program on TV Wan Stephen was producer for the story

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    • Eli Lilly: Fight for Your Life, No Matter Where You Live


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      Fight for Your Life, No Matter Where You Live Today’s guest blog, on World Cancer Day, comes from Lilly’s senior vice president and president of Lilly Oncology, Sue Mahony, Ph.D. Imagine you’re a young woman who has just been diagnosed with cancer. Your mind rushes to the impact on your children, your husband. For them, you know you will fight to survive. You will request a second opinion. You will ask friends and co-workers for recommendations for the best oncologist. You will research online to find a premier cancer treatment facility. You will demand the best medicines available. Read the release: http://bit.ly/1xjxmHn © 2015 | 3BL Media/Eli Lilly Co | All Rights Reserved

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      • United Against Cervical Cancer


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        AIESEC in Pakistan is playing its part in fighting cervical cancer, by spreading awareness and organizing vaccination camps. Are you with us?

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        • in solitude (short film trailer)


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          Let me steal your time for 6 minutes Come and sit with me at this vacant park bench … Let me introduce you to my brother Yoodi Djimar and his Park bench. He wrote about anything that made him moved or react or just plain expression. He passed away in 18 May 2013 after struggling with cancer. Who is he? He is a quirky slightly crappy lazy writer. A brand storyteller who prefers to sit on a park bench and sell flowers. He often find what is inside his mind are much more interesting than all things in the world such as pondering why flowers, beautiful and precious as they are is perishable?. Also by coincidence or not, the onomatopoeia or the sound of word that best describe him happens to sounds exactly like his name. 雨滴 in Chinese is pronounced Yu Di which means raindrop. Why park bench ? because it represents an urban icon that will stay relevant through out history. A silent witness of everything that passed by it as well as a place to just sit and watch as everything unfolds around it. Many of these writings are constructed metaphorically with subtle analogies as hopefully metaphors could influence thinking, ignite some thoughts, discoveries and inspirations. It’s vacant, so come and sit. Make it your universe, share it with someone and be inspired. Or not. … This short films is a compilation of his parʞbenɔh™ short stories – metaphors – discoveries. Dedicated to Yoodi Djimar and all brothers and sisters who had cancer and still survive until now. Enjoy the trailer. Takk Fyrir (Thank you) my friend, Olafur Arnalds for the beautiful music “Himininn er að hrynja, en stjörnu”. I am borrowing your music to suit my feelings

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          • Cancer Day - 4th Feb 2015


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            World Cancer Day - Calling on the Nation to unite against the fight for Cancer.

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            • World Cancer Day film - The Loss Foundation


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              Today on World Cancer Day, 4th February 2015, we are thinking of all those with cancer, and all those who lost their lives to it. The Loss Foundation is a registered charity specialising in providing support for all those who lose their loved ones to cancer. Love lives on Text 'LOSS12 £3' to 70070 to donate £3 to The Loss Foundation and support those left behind.

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              • New Tool Scores Cancer Innovation


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                On the eve of World Cancer Day 2015, amidst the ongoing cost-of-cancer-care debate, PACE (Patient Access to Cancer care Excellence), a Lilly Oncology initiative, is launching the PACE Continuous Innovation Indicators™ (CII). CII is the first evidence-based, customizable online tool to review progress against cancer over time—initially covering 12 cancer types. The purpose of the tool is to inform public policy reforms and other efforts to accelerate continuous innovation against cancer. “We have seen tremendous progress in cancer treatment and care during the past decades, and continuous innovation, with one discovery building on another, is responsible for most of it,” said John C. Lechleiter, Ph.D., Chairman, President, and Chief Executive Officer of Eli Lilly and Company (NYSE:LLY). “To keep the momentum going, we need policies that support continuous innovation, but first we need a deeper understanding of the innovations that have occurred, and where we need to be.” To view the Multimedia News Release, go to http://www.multivu.com/players/English/7419451-eli-lilly-oncology-pace/

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                • World Cancer Day


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                  This video is about preventing cancer, and doing all we can to live healthier as people and a palnet.

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                  • World Cancer Day 2014 - ID


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                    Stop motion animated ID based on the Tagline "Debunk the Myths" for World Cancer Day 2014. We aim to raise Cancer awareness, improve general knowledge and erase misconceptions about the disease. Credits: Concept Ali Fatani and Zahra Zahid Photography Ali Fatani Animation Zahra Zahid Graphics Mahesh Bhagwant Content Trudy Franklin Assistant Shumaila Ali Producer Haya Salim Executive Producer Akbar Allana A GrayScale Production

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                    • Are You Myth-Informed?


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                      For Cancer Prevention Month we took to the streets of Washington, DC to see if people knew what they could do to reduce their cancer risk.

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