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How to Treat Prostate Cancer with Androgen Deprivation Therapy|hormone treatment for prostate cancer works by which action Androgen Deprivation Therapy—also known as hormone therapy—is a way of lowering certain hormones (“androgens”) in the male body to treat prostate cancer. (Surgical therapy is also an option.) Studies have shown that prostate cancer may shrink or grow at a slower pace when androgen levels are reduced. Thus, many doctors and prostate cancer patients look to androgen deprivation therapy as an important prostate cancer treatment. By learning about it and consulting your physician, you may find that undergoing androgen deprivation therapy is the right treatment for you. 1 Talk to your doctor. After your initial diagnosis of prostate cancer in previously untreated prostate cancer patients, you’ll likely schedule a series of appointments with an oncological specialist. Your doctor will evaluate your condition and circumstances and make a recommendation about potential treatments. A physician will gather detailed medical history and perform a physical exam, if they have not done so already. Your doctor will explain to you your diagnosis, prognosis, and potential treatments. Based on diagnostics, they will likely talk about your “grade” or level of prostate cancer. Prostate cancer is graded on a scale from 1 through 10, with 5 or above indicating tissue that is extremely abnormal and indicative of cancer. This is called a Gleason Score the higher the Gleason Score the more aggressive the cancer
27 Sep 2017
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how to recognize tanning and skin cancer|skin cancer bumps on face Skin cancer is the most common type of cancer but if you catch it early, it can be easy to treat. Skin cancer actually consists of a group of cancers that look and grow differently. Anyone who spends time in the sun is at risk for skin cancer, regardless of skin color or type. To recognize skin cancer, start by examining your body for any spots, moles, or bumps. Then, look closely at these spots for signs that they may be cancerous. Pay attention to any changes in your skin, and have them evaluated by a healthcare professional. You should speak to your doctor for an official diagnosis. 1 Allow your doctor to examine your body for spots. If you are concerned about certain spots on your body, make an appointment with your doctor. The doctor can then examine the spots more closely. They will look for moles, birthmarks, or spots that could be cancerous.[9] You will need to remove your clothing so the doctor can do the physical exam of your entire body, from head to toe. 2 Let the doctor run tests on any spots, moles, or bumps. The doctor may do a biopsy on any suspicious spots, moles, or bumps. They will take a small sample of the spot and bring it to a lab for testing.[10] The biopsy will allow the doctor to determine if cancerous cells are present, and if so, what type of cancer is present. 3 Get a diagnosis from the doctor. If the doctor confirms you have skin cancer, they will do more tests to determine the stage of the cancer. The doctor will then recommend treatment based on the stage of the cancer.[11] The main form of treatment for skin cancer is surgery to remove the cancerous spot or spots. In some cases where the cancer covers a wide area of your skin, you may also need radiotherapy or chemotherapy
28 Sep 2017
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How to Do a Breast Self Exam|breast physical exam Breast self-exams are an optional screening tool for women to check themselves for early signs of breast cancer. Performing these exams monthly can help you familiarize yourself with the look and feel of your breasts so that you can more easily detect changes.[1] Though breast self-exams were once thought to be essential to screening for breast cancer, they are now considered a helpful, optional tool. 1 Learn why to do them. Some women like to perform regular breast self-exams. Regular examinations allow you to detect changes that you may not have otherwise noticed, which can help you detect any cancer; however, self-exam should never take the place of mammograms, since these are considered a more accurate test. When you do an exam, you are looking for pre-cancerous lesions or early signs of cancer before it has spread. At this stage, you can treat it before it grows to be life-threatening, which lowers your risk of death from breast cancer. In addition to self-exams, professional screening involved a mammogram, which is a kind of x-ray specifically used on breasts that can show masses, calcifications, or other signs of cancer.[2]
15 Sep 2017
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Physical Examination. University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health. Video 05b/19 (Video 05 is divided in 2 parts)
20 Dec 2010
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30 Oct 2011
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This episode introduced some tips on taking a physical exam.
7 Jun 2017
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*******www.oginski-law**** Listen in as Gerry Oginski, an experienced New York negligence, wrongful death, medical malpractice and car accident attorney practicing law in Manhattan, Queens, Brooklyn, Bronx, Staten Island, Nassau & Suffolk explains what a physical examination is. Find out why you have to appear for an "Independent physical examination" if you bring a lawsuit seeking compensation for your injuries. For more information, go to Gerry's educational website, *******www.oginski-law****" or call Gerry personally to answer your legal questions at 516-487-8207. He welcomes your call. The Law Office of Gerald M. Oginski, LLC 25 Great Neck Rd., Ste. 4 Great Neck, NY 11021 516-487-8207
26 Jan 2009
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*******supercoder**** Embrace the Gray Area That Can Lift Service Levels. If you are in the medical coding industry this is a must see video. Presented by Jen Godreau, BA, CPC, CPEDC Part 1 of 3 Distributed by Tubemogul.
30 Mar 2010
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*******supercoder**** Embrace the Gray Area That Can Lift Service Levels. If you are in the medical coding profession then this is a must see video. Presented by Jen Godreau, BA, CPC, CPEDC Part 2 of 3 Distributed by Tubemogul.
30 Mar 2010
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*******supercoder**** Embrace the Gray Area That Can Lift Service Levels. If you are in the medical coding profession then this is a must see video. Presented by Jen Godreau, BA, CPC, CPEDC Part 3 of 3 Distributed by Tubemogul.
30 Mar 2010
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Life insurance made easy to understand covering Life Insurance medical exams, presented by "Orange County Housewife" Vicky Gulvalson. *******www.Efinancial****/
7 Sep 2009
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8 Nov 2008
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11 Nov 2008
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*******MedicalDoctorKailuaHI**** Medical doctor Kailua HI, Dr. Elizabeth Chen Christenson, talks about the healing powers of harp music. Dr. Christenson demonstrates how the harp, an alternative therapeutic medical treatment, benefits the body with its relaxing and strengthening attributes. The power of mind and soul over body is the core goal of the harp music and it has proven to be successful with patients suffering from serious health problems to chronic depression, as well as anxiety and stress related health issues. To learn more about Dr. Elizabeth Chen Christenson's family practice and her unique approach to medicine and the powerful harp music healing technique contact her practice today.For more videos click on the following link: ***********/user/medicaldoctorkailua?feature=mhum Dr. Elizabeth Chen Christenson serves the entire island of Oahu, not limited to these cities: Kailua HI, Waimanalo HI, Kaneohe HI, Honolulu HI, Waipahu HI, Ft. Shafter HI, Mililiani Town HI, Hauula HI, Waialua HI, Makakilo City HI.
28 Oct 2011
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In this edifying sofa discussion, school teacher David Perks tells us why, with a group of passionate teachers, he is setting up a science ‘free school’ in East London. What is key, he argues, is the need to challenge the pervasive low expectations we have for young people’s ability to learn. Comparable with the best public schools in the country, his school promises to offer: specialist teachers with a passion for their subject; the English baccalaureate; intensive mornings and practical afternoons; homework in school and more. With extraordinary ambitions to open the door to young people in the East End based on ‘line of site’ proximity to the school, his school will be a first in giving many young people the chance to win a place at the best universities to study science. The litmus test for success he tells us will be how many of his students make an impact on the world. His compelling case leaves discussants more than a little inspired. WORLDwrite is delighted to announce its support for this unique and aspirational venture.
13 Jun 2012
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25 Jan 2013
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