President Donald Trump: Coronavirus Will Disappear One Day ‘Like A Miracle’ | Deadline | MSNBC

President Donald Trump: Coronavirus Will Disappear One Day ‘Like A Miracle’ | Deadline | MSNBC

Cancer Is a Laughing Matter | Karen Mills | TEDxChattanooga

Cancer Is a Laughing Matter | Karen Mills | TEDxChattanooga

Translator: Theresa Ranft Reviewer: Ellen Maloney Thank you. Yes, for 23 years, it’s been my profession to make people laugh, and I’ve always encouraged others, when faced with adversity, to stay positive and look for the humor. In spring, in 2013, the time came for me to put my money where my mouth was whenRead More Cancer Is a Laughing Matter | Karen Mills | TEDxChattanooga

Chronicling Alex Trebek’s pancreatic cancer battle

Chronicling Alex Trebek’s pancreatic cancer battle

-My hair has started to grow back, but now I have to undergo chemo again. So what little hair I have grown is going to disappear again. My numbers went sky high, much higher than they were when I was first diagnosed. So the doctors have decided that I have to undergo chemo again. AndRead More Chronicling Alex Trebek’s pancreatic cancer battle

Inspirational Vlogger Redefines Beauty

Inspirational Vlogger Redefines Beauty

AIRAM QUIROA: She inspires me, because I love that she’s chasing her dreams. COMM: Makeup artist and Zumba instructor Marimar was born with Cystic Hygroma, a congenital malformation. She uses sign language to communicate. AIRAM QUIROA: It’s not easy having the condition she has. Everybody is looking at you, everybody is staring at you. AndRead More Inspirational Vlogger Redefines Beauty

DOCS: Teenage Cancer Ward

DOCS: Teenage Cancer Ward

DAVID PEAK: David Peak, how do you do? So you know it’s a thing called an osteosarcoma which if you want is a type of cancer that occurs in the bone, and will typically occur in people of your age and it’s typically teenagers and young adults. REBECCA: It probably might not be good forRead More DOCS: Teenage Cancer Ward

What happens when you have a disease doctors can’t diagnose | Jennifer Brea

What happens when you have a disease doctors can’t diagnose | Jennifer Brea

Translator: Joseph Geni Reviewer: Camille Martínez Hi. Thank you. [Jennifer Brea is sound-sensitive. The live audience was asked to applaud ASL-style, in silence.] So, five years ago, this was me. I was a PhD student at Harvard, and I loved to travel. I had just gotten engaged to marry the love of my life. IRead More What happens when you have a disease doctors can’t diagnose | Jennifer Brea

Learn About Alopecia And Hear One Girl’s Journey Of Living With The Condition

Learn About Alopecia And Hear One Girl’s Journey Of Living With The Condition

For most people, their hair is a very important part of their appearance. (audience laughs) Of course, I’ve been bald since I was 12. (audience laughs) So I can’t relate to that at all. But what if you had a disease that caused your hair to fall out? This could be tough on anyone, butRead More Learn About Alopecia And Hear One Girl’s Journey Of Living With The Condition

What It Feels Like To Get Chemotherapy

What It Feels Like To Get Chemotherapy

Hey everyone! It’s Mary and today I’m going to be answering a question that a lot of you probably have but most people are too afraid to ask me and that is, “What is chemotherapy actually like?” What does it feel like? Why is it so bad? I’ve gotten this question a couple times fromRead More What It Feels Like To Get Chemotherapy

I Can’t Taste Anything

I Can’t Taste Anything

– [Adrian] I describe it as having bubble gum, and once it’s lost all its flavor, you have just a piece of rubber that you chew over and over again. That is essentially what food is like for me when I put food into my mouth. My name is Adrian Wellock, and I have lostRead More I Can’t Taste Anything

The Waiting Room – a single parent’s unflinching account of living with breast cancer

The Waiting Room – a single parent’s unflinching account of living with breast cancer

So we’re just going to do a mammogram for them. We do both breasts. Sure? If it gets sharp tell me. You were called back for some further tests, to find exactly what this is. This is a much more detailed picture of the left breast. And now you can see there’s essentially a lump,Read More The Waiting Room – a single parent’s unflinching account of living with breast cancer