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Tony Granato Discusses Impact of Cancer Awareness Post-Game
Wisconsin Hockey emcee Andi Brooks talks with Head Coach Tony Granato after their shootout victory vs. Penn State on January 27, 2018. Their Face-Off Against Cancer game aimed to raise awareness in local cancer research and treatment at the University of Wisconsin.
Views: 160 Wisconsin Badgers
Nicolle Anderson - Hockey Fights Cancer Ambassador
New this season, Nicholle Anderson – wife of Ottawa Senators goaltender Craig Anderson – has been named an official Hockey Fights Cancer ambassador. As a Hockey Fights Cancer ambassador, Anderson will be sharing inspirational stories of those impacted by various forms of cancer who are currently undergoing treatment at American Cancer Society Hope lodges. Learn More here: https://www.cancer.org/our-partners/hockey-fights-cancer.html
Face Off With Cancer - Get Involved!
Face Off With Cancer's mission is to raise funds and awareness for various cancer support organizations while honoring and supporting members of the Southern California hockey community who have been affected by cancer. We accomplish this goal through hockey related tournaments, events and campaigns organized by a dedicated staff of volunteers. For more information, please visit www.faceoffwithcancer.org Video Credit: Miez Producions
Greg Gard Visits Wisconsin Hockey Game
Wisconsin Hockey emcee Andi Brooks talks with Head Coach Greg Gard during the Face-Off Against Cancer game on January 27, 2018.
Views: 353 Wisconsin Badgers
One child with cancer is one too many
Significant progress has been made in the fight against pediatric cancers, but as long as families continue to face a childhood cancer diagnosis, there is still work to be done. In this short film, you will meet Sean and his family. They share what they've gone through, how they've persevered, and how when you give a gift of money to the Canadian Cancer Society you give a gift of hope. Give courageously. Donate generously. Thank you for joining our fight for life. .
NHS Field Hockey Plays for the Cure
Watch more and discuss: http://norwalk.itsrelevant.com/content/20597/nhs-field-hockey-plays-for-a-cure Tuesday nights Norwalk High School Varsity Field Hockey game against the Greenwich Cardinals was a little different. The Lady Bears were playing for a cure. "They take it and run with it. It is for young women to understand the issues surrounding breast cancer. Personally I have been touched by it in my family and just having them be aware of the issue and aware what they need to do and how they can help [is important]." said Head Coach Kyle Seaburg. Senior Captain Samantha Bartush said, "Yesterday [Monday, October 6] and today we went around in the cafeteria with a pink pumpkin jar and we collected money and we actually raised a decent amount which was surprising." All the proceeds from ticket sales, the concession stand and the sale of cancer awareness items benefitted the Whittingham Cancer Foundation at Norwalk Hospital. "I think once you become older and start to understand more about the disease, that's when it because really touching. You start to hear personally stories like our coach was affected by it, my grandma was affected by it so it becomes more relevant and you just become more aware of it as a teenager," said Senior Captain Allison Hall, another Senior Captian on the Varsity Team. Senior Captain Nicole Bonanni said, "It does effect so many people. Before our game, we have a moment where we put everyone out on the line and we ask the team and the audience, 'step forward if you have been affected [by breast cancer] and for the fans stand up if you have been affected' and everyone stands up and steps forward." The Lady Bears say wearing pink and playing a game to raise awareness go hand in hand. "The kids just give it their all for a cause and they do. They don't just talk about awareness, they are actually raising money and doing something for it," said Coach Seaburg. "Even just playing this game, no matter what the outcome is, I think is really important to help raise awareness," added Hall. Produced By: Kwegyirba Croffie
Views: 204 It's Relevant TV
Honouring a Young Warrior
Taten Hammerberg tragically passed away in February 2016 after losing a long battle with cancer, but his love of hockey continues to live on in Sault Ste. Marie Ont., with thousands of young players wearing a small sticker that made a huge impact.
Views: 305 Hockey Canada
FIVE 'DISABLED' ATHLETES - Their amazing stories!
Disabled. It's just a word. These athletes, and ALL "disabled" athletes, don't buy into the word's definition. Five amazing disabled athletes. Don’t forget to use my code SCORE5 on the Fanduel App today: https://www.fanduel.com/android-download https://www.fanduel.com/iphone Sports covered in this video: NFL, NBA, Wrestling, Surfing, Olympics, Hockey Baseball Can we get 10000000 likes? Twitter: https://twitter.com/FivePointsVids Don't forget to like my page on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/fivepointsgaming/ I would very much like it if you subscribed for my somewhat funny sports videos. -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "Baseball's Mission Impossible: You have to hear about the night Jason Grimsley went COVERT OPS" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DPhEDLKdBbU -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
Views: 8180 FivePoints Vids
Paul Chryst Visits Wisconsin Hockey Game
Wisconsin Hockey emcee Andi Brooks talks with Head Coach Paul Chryst during the Face-Off Against Cancer game on January 27, 2018.
Views: 512 Wisconsin Badgers
Charity hockey game benefits autism organization
The Las Vegas Knights Police hockey team played the Charlotte Mecklenburg Police hockey team on Saturday. The hockey game benefits FEAT – Families for Effective Autism Treatment.
Hockey Fights Cancer
Views: 308 TheNM64603
Pink the Rink Men's Club Hockey at SUNY Oswego Brittany Hoffmann
The Oswego State Men's Club Hockey Team supports Breast Cancer Awareness. They devote two games to the cause on October 19th and 21st. Brittany Hoffmann reports.
Views: 597 Brittany Hoffmann
Hockey Fights Cancer
Views: 185 Meg McManimon
Pink the Rink --Breast Cancer Awareness
Providence Comprehensive Breast Center teamed up with the Everett Silvertips Hockey club to put on the second annual Pink the Rink night at the Comcast Arena at Everett. They asked Flowmotion Media to produce this breast cancer awareness video. We were able to turn it around quickly without sacrificing any quality, technically or emotionally. The Pink the Rink event was a great success! All the greenscreen shooting was done with a Reflecmedia Chromaflex system and an HVX-200. The footage was cut together in Final Cut Pro, then exported to After Effects for compositing. Keylight was used for the color keying and Sapphire_Gradient for the background. Sapphire_EdgeFlash was utilized to achieve a more natural looking composite between the people and the background. Finally, Sapphire_HueSatBright was applied to refine the color.
Views: 343 Jason Jenkins
The Ride 2018 Scholar Recipient Presentation
Individuals are presented cancer research grants from The Ride at the Badger Hockey game vs. Penn State on January 27, 2018. The game was promoted as Face-Off Against Cancer as the Badgers centered around raising awareness for local cancer research and treatment at the University of Wisconsin.
Views: 171 Wisconsin Badgers
Which First Line Breast Cancer Therapy Is Right for Me
Which First-Line Breast Cancer Therapy Is Right for Me. Knowing where to turn next with your breast cancer treatment can be a tough decision. But understanding the different types of therapies can help ensure you know what’s best for you. Hormone and targeted therapies. The first-line treatment for advanced hormone receptor-positive (estrogen receptor-positive or progesterone receptor-positive) breast cancer is usually hormone therapy. Tamoxifen is generally the first option for premenopausal women. If you’re post-menopausal, you’ll likely try letrozole (Femara) or fulvestrant (Faslodex) first. Side effects of hormone therapy vary with each drug, but can include: *hot flashes and night sweats. *vaginal dryness. *loss of sex drive. *mood swings. Hormone therapies can also increase your risk of blood clots, stroke, and bone loss. Two targeted therapies for postmenopausal women with advanced hormone receptor-positive/HER2-negative breast cancer are: *Palbociclib (Ibrance), which is used in combination with an aromatase inhibitor. Side effects may include nausea, mouth sores, hair loss, fatigue, and diarrhea. This medication may raise your risk for infection. *Everolimus (Afinitor), which is used in combination with exemestane (Aromasin). It’s generally reserved for use after letrozole or anastrozole (Arimidex) have failed to control the cancer. Side effects can include shortness of breath, cough, and weakness. This medication can increase the risks of infection, high blood lipids, and high blood sugar. Careful monitoring of the blood is necessary. Targeted therapies for HER2-positive breast cancer include: *trastuzumab (Herceptin). *pertuzumab (Perjeta). *ado-trastuzumab emtansine (Kadcyla). *lapatinib (Tykerb). Some of these may be more effective when used in combination with chemotherapy. Most hormonal and targeted therapies are available in pill form. If side effects get overwhelming, or your cancer continues to progress while taking hormonal or targeted therapy, changing drugs is a good strategy. If you’ve already done that and cancer is still progressing, you may have to switch to chemotherapy alone. Chemotherapy. Chemotherapy drugs are designed to kill fast-growing cells, which is why they’re so effective in destroying cancer. But there are other fast-growing cells in your body that can be damaged in the process, including: *hair follicles. *cells in your bone marrow that help form blood. *cells in your mouth, digestive tract, and reproductive system. All Photos Licensed Under CC Source : www.pexels.com www.pixabay.com www.commons.wikimedia.org
Views: 5849 Best Natural Cures
Steppin in Pink-You Tube.mov
The Coulee Region Chill of the NAHL will be steppin on the rink for Steppin Out in Pink for breast cancer awareness.
Views: 328 Rik Franke
Breast Cancer Awareness - in memory of Katrin Kohler
All of the images shown are taken from Google search and the video clip played is taken from a livestrong commercial; no copyright infringement intended. I made this video in memory of my mother, Katrin Kohler, who recently passed away, as a result of breast cancer, and in memory of any other person fighting or has fought any type of cancer. Although she is no longer with me, I wanted to celebrate her birthday by creating an awareness about breast cancer and starting a fundraiser for our local Cancer Center. I am selling "I love boobies" bracelets for $3.00 each, starting February 21-24th. All of the proceeds will be donated to the Cancer Center. All over the world, thousands of people suffer of this horrible disease, I hope to raise as much money as possible to help those in Corner Brook. Everyone has lost someone or knows someone fighting cancer and this is the time to make a difference. I hope you all like my video and help support a great cause:)
Views: 1060 maikevn
Cushing Academy - Pink the Rink: Varsity Girls Hockey vs. Pomfret School
Home Senior game from Iorio Arena Pink the Rink Cancer Awareness Fundraising Event Saturday, February 18, 2017 Final Score: Cushing 3, Pomfret 1
Views: 173 Cushing Academy
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http://hyannisnews.com/ HOCKEY NIGHT IN HYTOWN: Stampfl Strong! HYANNIS – Lieutenant David Cameron piped them onto the ice, as the Barnstable County Sheriff's Office and Barnstable Police Department limbered up for an evening of ice hockey... Dennis Stampfl, a member of the Barnstable Police Department, formally a member of the Barnstable Countly Sheriff's Department, took center stage as he announced his ongoing battle with cancer. Members of both departments struggled to hold back tears as their beloved brother stepped up to microphone and publicly announced his ongoing battle with cancer. This time it's his second bout with cancer, the first he had already conquered. Stampfl is no stranger to HN and HyTown's efforts to fight crime. Dennis Stampfl transferred to the BPD in recent years because he wanted to make difference in the lives of the people of Barnstable. HN can attest that Stampfl has exceeded all expectations in his role as a patrolman for the Town of Barnstable. Dennis Stampfl is not only a personal friend of Hyannis News, he's a credit to law enforcement in the region and world wide. HN has personally observed Stampfl, one of Barnstable's finest, save lives and take a tremendous stand in our ongoing battle against narcotics in this region. We simply have a hero on our hands who needs our prayers as he conquers his battle with cancer once again for the second time. Stampfl has a loving young wife and two daughters who need our support and prayers... Tonight's hockey game was to raise funds and awareness for the Stampfl family. It was a wonderful loving gesture put on by both the Barnstable County Sheriff's Office and Barnstable Police Department. As you will see in the following video, Dennis is devoted cop who loves his town and family. Please do all within your power to support this brave son of HyTown and Barnstable as he battles his way back from cancer. Tonight's spirited hockey game between the Barnstable County Sheriff's Office and Barnstable Police Department illustrates the love and commitment of law enforcement efforts in our region. The following video highlights a wonderful night for local law enforcement and our region's finest. HN presents the following footage for all to enjoy. Please remember Officer Stampfl and his family in your prayers. We are HyTown. We are Barnstable's city by the sea. We stand together Stampfl strong!
Views: 1079 HyannisNews.com
Mighty Fine Moment of the Week - Movember
Throughout the month of November the Texas Stars will grow mustaches for Movember, a month-long event aimed at raising funds and awareness about cancers that affect men. The entire Stars team has taken it upon themselves to help change the face of men's health by growing mustaches for the entire month of November and encourage fans to do the same. Updates on the team's progress will be posted
Views: 310 Texas Stars Hockey
Breast Cancer Awareness Stories - October 2017
October is Breast Cancer Awareness month and from October 1–31, 2017, Stella & Dot will donate all net proceeds on eligible customer purchases to Bright Pink, an organization focused on prevention and early detection of breast and ovarian cancer in young women. For more info, visit stelladot.com/about/foundation. Shop it here: http://bit.ly/BCAShopForaCause
Views: 1396 Stella & Dot
Live, Learn, Love: Breast Cancer Awareness Month
Live, Learn, LOVE: sponsored by Subaru Jacksonville
Views: 16 First Coast News
Phone video Vlog snippet of Saturday nights game Pink In The Rink Cancer Awareness .... Another fun filled day with the Admirals 2nd home game with the hits crew, Dash, JC, Chantel, Source & Dennis Dave Clarke & Dave Smalls. The Admirals met the Stingrays again for round 2..... #youcandoanything #teamfitness @source94 #source94 @dennynorm #dennynorm #Sope #ihfitness #fitcameraman #fitness #fitlife #fitlifestyle #teamfitness #inspiration #inspire #motivation #vabeach #individualhealthfitness #indieheat #norfolkva #videographer #igfitness #ihvideo #cameraman #indieheat #hitstv #hits #videographer #videowork #videolife #hockey #vegan #jchits1 #ovgranby Https://sope.le-vel.com Http://YouTube.com/sope11 Sope Watson
Views: 7 Sope Watson
Utica College Hockey's Whipping Childhood Cancer Challenge
Eight year old Utica College Pioneer Brendan Krol, of New Hartford, NY, and his UC men’s hockey teammates have accepted the Whipping Childhood Cancer Challenge! Brendan challenges Julia Rose (WUTR), Head Coach Gary Heenan, Assistant Coach Eddie Olczyk, Director of Hockey Operations Thomas Maxam, Athletic Director Dave Fontaine, Zac Lazzaro, and the UC field hockey team. You have 46 hours to complete the challenge or donate $46 to Pediatric Cancer Research & Awareness. #WhippingChildhoodCancer www.whippingchildhoodcancer.com
Views: 958 UCPioneers
TSN Original: The Butterfly Child
14-year-old Jonathan Pitre is an avid hockey fan who suffers from Epidermolysis Bullosa, one of the most painful conditions known to modern medicine. But his courage and determination to live is unlike anything in sports. To learn more, or to donate to families affected by EB, go to http://debracanada.org/ Jonathan suffers from Epidermolysis Bullosa (EB), a rare genetic skin condition commonly referred to as "the worst condition you've never heard of". Jonathan was born with EB, and has spent his entire life in intense pain. Despite his daily challenges, Jonathan's strength, character and courage - qualities we worship in our athletes - is unlike anything we see in the sports world. Jonathan is an ambassador for DEBRA Canada, a non-profit organization and charity dedicated to providing support for families affected by Epidermolysis Bullosa, and heightening Canadians’ awareness of the condition. TSN's James Duthie tells Jonathan's painful, and inspiring story. Viewer discretion is advised.
Views: 11827972 TSN
Carol Battled Lung Cancer with Valley Health System
Carol was focused on finally fulfilling her dream of opening a women’s boutique. But instead of feeling energized, she became unusually tired. She was 43 years old and never smoked a day in her life. Carol and her doctors fought back and beat cancer. Learn more about innovative cancer treatments at MyStory.Valleyhealth.com/Carol
Views: 20650 ValleyHospital
Cat Lake Cancer Awareness Walk July 2015
THUNDER BAY - "Cancer knows no race, and when a person is diagnosed in the remote communities - we need to ensure that supports and treatment are in place," stated Joyce Wesley of Cat Lake First Nation. "In our community we have seen children, men, women, and Elders impacted by cancer. Wesley is part of a team of four Cat Lake First Nation members who are begining their journey from Thunder Bay to Vancouver to raise awareness on the impacts of cancer in the people, families and friends in remote First Nations. The team of Joyce Wesley, Wilfred Wesley Jr., Seth Peters, and Christopher Oshag will be walking and running a relay in their 3,025 kilometre journey.
Views: 473 NetNewsLedger
Elgin's Story
Thanks to Dagwood of SensNetwork.com for capping this video. ***A paypal account has been set up to accept donations towards Elgin and Rogers House. Full details to come, just waiting on approval.*** From the Ottawa Citizen: Three-year-old succumbed to cancer two hours after his favourite team won Senators' Mike Fisher promised Elgin they'd win the Stanley Cup Katie Lewis with files from Ken Warren, Ottawa Citizen Three-year-old Elgin-Alexander Fraser died Saturday night, within hours of watching the Ottawa Senators reach the Stanley Cup finals. The little boy spent his last hours at home, nestled between family and friends on a mattress on the floor in front of the television, doing what he loved - watching the Senators play hockey. That night, he saw them win. Two hours later, as his mother and father tightly held his hands and told him they loved him, he softly closed his eyes. Elgin died of a rare form of childhood cancer called neuroblastoma, and had captured the emotions of thousands who raised funds to fight cancer at charity events for him. "He went peacefully," said his father Hamish Fraser, adding that his son loved hockey "more than anything," and was the Senator's biggest fan. Two days earlier, Senators centre Mike Fisher visited Elgin at home, and watched a movie and played cars with him, because he was too weak to play hockey that day. His father said he talked to Elgin on the phone Thursday afternoon when Mr. Fisher was there and asked Elgin to ask Mr. Fisher if the Senators were going to win the Stanley Cup. "Okay, Dad, hold on," said Elgin over the phone. "Mike," said Elgin, "You're going to win the Stanley Cup, right?" "We sure are buddy," said Mr. Fisher. "Dad, he said yes," said Elgin excitedly, recalls Mr. Fraser. On Sunday, Mr. Fisher said he was thinking about Elgin before the hockey game on Saturday night. "The impact he had on me was incredible. With the things he went through and how well he handled them," said Mr. Fisher. "I was blessed to spend some time with him. He's in a better place, for sure." Elgin was diagnosed with neuroblastoma, a cancer of the nervous system, when he was nine months old. He went through a flurry of treatments, radiation, chemotherapy and a stem cell transplant and went into remission. But in January, the cancer came back, and growing tumours took over his stomach and vertebrae. On Wednesday, Elgin attended the hockey game with his father and mother, Victoria and eight-month-old sister Alysston. Decked out in his red Senators jersey, a sawed-off hockey stick clenched tight in his hand, he watched the game. "He didn't take his eyes off the game," said Mr. Fraser. Afterwards, Elgin met with some of the Senators players, including Mike Fisher, Ray Emery and Chris Phillips. Elgin's funeral will be held Thursday at 4 p.m. at the Carleton Place Arena. "If Elgin has touched anybody's lives, they are more than welcome to be there," said Mr. Fraser. "We would be honoured."
Views: 23836 NHL Prospects
Ottawa Senators Hockey Fights Cancer 2014
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Working Out For A Cure- Breast Cancer Awareness Month
Hank at Mike Boyle's Strength & Conditioning in Woburn. 105.7 WROR.
Views: 346 Loren Wally
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month
All Hands Update October 16, 2014 #2 October is breast cancer awareness month.
Views: 410 U.S. Navy
Aboriginal Title and Provincial Regulation: The Impact of Tsilhqot'in Nation v BC
In partnership with the Centre for Global Studies and the POLIS Project on Ecological Governance, UVic Law presents this two-hour panel discussion and Continuing Legal Education (CLE) course on this case of national significance. Panelists include: Jay Nelson (General Counsel to the Tsilhqot'in Nation, Associate Counsel at Woodward & Company), Krista Robertson (Lawyer at JFK Law Corporation with expertise in Aboriginal Rights Law) and Dr. John Borrows (Canada Research Chair in Indigenous Law at the University of Victoria).
Views: 6291 UVic Law
Paesum Thalaimai - Dr. V Shanta of Adyar Cancer Institute in Chennai | 22-04-2015
Born in a family of two noble laureates, Dr V Shanta has dedicated her life for the cause of cancer patients. Having started from a cottage with just 12 beds, she built the Cancer Institute, a major comprehensive cancer centre of national and international stature. Find out about the life lessons, this noble and relentless crusader has to say. NEWS 7 TAMIL http://www.NS7.tv facebook: http://fb.com/News7Tamil twitter: http://twitter.com/News7Tamil
Views: 9691 News7 Tamil
Jimmy Howard - The Theory Of Competition
A compilation of goaltender Jimmy Howard's best saves throughout his NHL career leading up to the 2014-15 season. All video footage property of the National Hockey League. Editing Software - Adobe After Effects CS6 Speech - John Madden Song - First Breath After Coma Artist - Explosions In The Sky
Views: 8138 Corner Productions
Boston Bruins players visit patients for Movember | Dana-Farber Cancer Institute
Patrice Bergeron and Benoit Pouliot of the World Champion Boston Bruins hockey team visited adult patients in the Yawkey Center for Cancer Care at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute on November 28. Sporting mustaches, Bergeron and Pouliot signed autographs and posed for pictures with patients getting cancer treatment at Dana-Farber. The players have been growing moustaches to celebrate "Movember," which takes place during November to create awareness and raise money for men's health, specifically prostate cancer and other cancers that affect men. The funds raised by Movember go to several Prostate Cancer research foundations, including LIVESTRONG.
Heidi Klum PSA #BeTheEnd Breast Cancer Research Foundaton
Heidi Klum from Project Runway #BeTheEnd The Breast Cancer Research Foundation's mission is to advance the workd's most promising research to eradicate breast cancer in our lifetime. http://www.beachhouseswim.com/collections/be-pink.html
Views: 1458 Beach House Swimwear
Jackals Participate in Movember
Jean Bourbeau, Mike Ratchuk, and eight other Elmira Jackals players are growing mustaches in support of Movember, the push to generate awareness for prostate cancer. Donate to Movember on the Jackals' behalf at MoBro.Co/ElmiraJackals
Views: 653 Jackals Hockey
Cancer Prevention & Cancer Statistics Policy Report
Professor Sir Michael Marmot speaks about the joint World Cancer Research Fund / American Institute for Cancer Research policy report Policy and Action for Cancer Prevention. Professor Marmot summarises the reports recommendations and explains how if implemented, the changes can help reduce cancer statistics at all levels of society. Professor Marmot talks candidly about future estimates of cancer cases which could be prevented through healthy diet, physical activity and weight management
Lift Strong: 2013 College of the Holy Cross' Benching for Breast Cancer
The sixth annual Benching for Breast Cancer took place on December 6, 2013 at the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester Massachusetts. More than 500 students converged to lend their support for Breast Cancer Awareness. All proceeds from the event supported Pink Revolution. An interview with event co-chairs Andrew McAward and Michelle McGahan Produced by: On the Leesh Productions, Inc. Directed and Edited by: Alicia Arinella Shot by: Christopher Zecco Music by: Buick Audra What You Can Do Logo by: SCG Creative Group Special Thanks: Andrew McAward, Michelle McGahan, Ann Zelesky, Jessica Liebner and everyone at the 2013 Bench Off, Nikki Burns, Hannah Levin and Everyone at The Greater Good, Ruth Ann Elias and Dennis Arinella For more information on What You Can Do, please visit: Facebook - www.Facebook.com/whatyoucando Twitter - www.Twitter.com/whatyoucando Website - www.whatyoucando.com Blog - www.whatyoucandoseries.blogspot.com Vlog - www.youtube.com/unstoppableminute.com Pinterest - www.pinterest.com/1minette For more information on On the Leesh Productions, please visit: Website - http://www.ontheleesh.com Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/ontheleesh Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/ontheleesh Blog - http://www.ontheleesh.blogspot.com For more information on The Breast Cancer Site, please visit: Website - www.thebreastcancersite.com Facebook - www.facebook.com/thebreastcancersite.com Twitter - www.twitter.com/TheBreastCancerSite For more information on The Greater Good, please visit: Website - www.greatergood.org Facebook - www.facebook.com/www.greatergood.org For more information Buick Audra, please visit: Website - www.buickaudra.com Facebook - www.facebook.com/buickaudramusic Twitter - www.twitter.com/buickaudra Instagram - www.instagram.com/buickaudra
Views: 48352 What You Can Do
WJF Supports Breast Cancer Awareness
WJF Supports Breast Cancer Awareness
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Team looks to inspiration before taking on 11 Day Power Play
Team looks to inspiration before taking on 11 Day Power Play
Views: 166 WIVBTV
Walleye Players Grow Mustaches for Movember (2011)
A number of Toledo Walleye players are growing mustaches this month as part of the "Movember" movement. The players are helping to raise funds and awareness for men's health, specifically prostate cancer and other cancers that affect men.
Views: 707 Toledo Walleye
Parents Name Baby After Penguins' Phil Kessel
He's the newest and smallest Penguins fans and his parents have given him a name to prove it; KDKA's Dave Crawley reports.
Views: 103 CBS Pittsburgh
David Spence - My Prostate Cancer Forecast
CTV News Calgary Meteorologist David Spence gives a personal account of his journey with prostate cancer. He discusses how he was first diagnosed, how he decided to hide the news, how he chose brachytherapy and the side effects, outcomes and opportunities prostate cancer brought to him with hopefully clear skies ahead! A spirited Q&A session follows.
Views: 794 PCCN Calgary
Movember is Making an Impact - Prostate Cancer Canada Outcomes pt1
This video explains how the funds raised by Movember's Canadian Mo Bros and Mo Sistas in 2009 are being put to work. Movember is making an impact- join the global movement to change the face of men's health- one moustache at time. www.movember.com. Learn more at https://www.movember.com
Views: 11003 Movember Foundation