Dr. Ajay Gopal discusses his optimism at the state of the treatment for Hodgkin Lymphoma, a disease that primarily affects young adults. For the newly diagnosed, he assures us that the standard therapies for the disease have been incredibly successful and most patients will be cured with the first treatment regimen. For those that are not, Dr. Gopal covers the range of options including autologous transplant and the expanding use of allogeneic transplant, made possible by the newly approved brentuximab vedotin (Adcetris).
At ASH 2015, Dr. Charles Herbaux discusses his abstract titled "Nivolumab Is Effective and Reasonably Safe in Relapsed or Refractory Hodgkin's Lymphoma after Allogeneic Hematopoietic Cell Transplantation: A Study from the Lysa and SFGM-TC." For more oncology news, education, and information, please visit http://www.oncology.tv/
This question has been asked by a few youtubers that have been watching my videos, but I also get this question a lot from friends. "What were the symptoms you had before you knew you had Lymphoma, and what prompted you to go to the doctor in the first place?" ... Here is my response to this...
Here is my new e-mail just for you youtubers :)
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Being diagnosed with any kind of cancer takes an emotional toll. While Hodgkin's lymphoma is often seen as a "good" kind of cancer because it is so frequently cured, the emotional blow is still significant. In this video, two patients, Meredith Wooten and Suzanne Hyte, talk about how they processed their initial diagnosis. Also, joining this panel are John Sweetenham, MD and John Sayler, PA who discuss their perspectives on how patients frequently react to diagnosis and treatment. Watch now. Get email alerts | http://www.patientpower.info/ Subscribe on YouTube | http://bit.ly/patientpowerYT Like on Facebook | http://www.fb.com/patientpower.info Follow on Twitter | http://www.twitter.com/patientpower
i forgot to to say the i had really bad shortness of breath too, i couldn't run anymore or even walk up stairs. Everyone told me to make a journal of what i go through during the next 6 months. i figured making videos of it would be more interesting. being so young and having cancer is not fun at all. I watched other peoples videos on youtube and it helped me, so i hope these can help someone else out there. if you have any questions feel free to comment& i will try to help you :)
In loving memory of Karin Diamond, 1982-2013. This is an interview with Karin Diamond to learn more about Hodgkin's Lymphoma and to spread awareness on this disease. By Halle Nelson and Vicky Wrigley. We don't own any music used! The songs are: "Here You Me" by Jimmy Eat World, "Behind Blue Eyes" by The Who, and "I won't give up" by Jason Mraz. Thanks to Karin Diamond! Karin has a blog called "Eyes Peeled Always." Visit it to learn more about her and Hodgkin's Disease. http://eyespeeledalways.blogspot.com/