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Responding to psychosocial distress in patients with prostate cancer
 
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Presentation by Kat Broad made on June 13 2012 at "Prostate disease: An update for General Practice" organised by Cancer Council WA.
Prostate cancer chicks just arent that into you
 
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http://bit.ly/1qF2cD This Movember, the money raised in the U.S. will be split between the Prostate Cancer Foundation and the Lance Armstrong Foundation. The Prostate Cancer Foundation will use the money raised by Movember to fund research to find better treatments and a cure for prostate cancer. The Lance Armstrong Foundation will use the money raised by Movember to fund: • the LIVESTRONG Young Adult Alliance program which has the goal of improving survival rates and quality of life for young adults with cancer between the ages of 15 and 40. • research initiatives to further understand the biology of adolescent and young adult cancers. To date, Movember has raised $47 million globally making it the worlds largest charity event for men. Significantly, awareness of mens health issues has improved with Movember helping to spread important health messages directly to millions of Mo Bros & Sistas around the world. We challenge you to join us in changing the face of men's health. For further information, visit The Movember Foundation.
Views: 1759 Joshua Opinion
2013 Tour de Blue: Cycling for Prostate Cancer Awareness -- Public Service Announcement
 
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Public Service Announcement about the 2013 Tour de Blue to be held in Birmingham, Alabama on April 27, 2013. The Tour de Blue supports the Urology Health Foundation and its prostate cancer awareness and screening efforts across Alabama. To learn more about the Tour de Blue, visit www.tourdeblue.com and www.UrologyHealthFoundation.org.
Views: 123 TourdeBlue
Simple Things - A Prostate Cancer Awareness Film
 
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Simple Things is a short film that raise awareness of how prostate cancer can affect the whole family. It follows a man called Tony who is diagnosed with prostate cancer, which has a devastating effect on him and his family. All copyright belongs to The Prostate Cancer Charity. For more information visit: http://www.prostate-cancer.org.uk
Views: 901 Phil Fisher
Father moving in
 
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My father is in stage 4 prostate cancer. He is moving from Quebec to Alberta.
Views: 87 TangiblyObsure
PCCNC- PSA#4 Our problem
 
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Prostate Cancer Coalition of NC. Public Service Announcement. For more information, visit pccnc.org/ By working together the citizens of North Carolina will see a day when prostate cancer is no longer a threat to the families of our state. Awareness, early detection, and "best practices" care are the pillars for reducing prostate cancer death and impact on quality of life. Produced by BeeryMedia.com
Views: 284 Nic Beery
The Prostate Cancer Charity Marketing Industry Triathlon 2010
 
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July 2nd 2010 could be 'just another day'. We'd like you to make it much more than that for not just you but colleagues and possibly friends too. The way to do this is to enter the second Marketing Industry Triathlon. Last year's event was an outstanding success http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B5wHUvG5D98 and with your participation in 2010 we know that this year will be bigger and better. The 2010 Marketing Industry Triathlon is being sponsored by The Prostate Cancer Charity. One man dies in the UK every hour of prostate cancer, and the charity's objective is to raise its profile dramatically to encourage early diagnosis. Your participation and any fund-raising you can do individually, as a team, or corporately will help us achieve this objective. So, July 2nd 2010 could be 'just another day' -- or quite simply an 'amazing day' out at a great Olympic venue near Windsor -- it's your choice -- go on, make it one to remember! Sign up at www.marketingtraithlon.co.uk
Views: 291 Leila Williams
CINJ 15th Anniversary
 
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Dr. Roger Strair, MD, PhD, medical oncologist and director of CINJ's Hematologic Malignancies program and Jacqueline Manago, RN, BSN, OCN, Bone Marrow Transplant Coordinator at CINJ, are featured in the Health Watch segment focusing on 15 years of patient care at CINJ. Also featured are CINJs first bone-marrow transplant patient and a stage four, non-Hodgkins lymphoma patient who has created an annual bike ride that raises thousands of dollars for research done in the Strair lab. (www.NJN.net)
Views: 728 CancerInstNJ
2018-04-16 Question Period
 
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Question Period: April 16, 2018
Views: 319 OntarioLegislature
2018-04-16 Période des questions
 
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Période des questions : 16 avril 2018