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  1. Stephen Fry has announced that he has prostate cancer with a YouTube video. I added this comment: Brilliantly said, Stephen. You missed coming back about Gleason score, but that's OK - I did a YouTube video on Gleason score - amateurishly imitating your Qi style. It's my best performing prostate cancer video with 24k views. The content is great, but I think the video's popularity is the warm fuzzy feeling that people have about Stephen the Qi quiz master. The video is at: https://youtu.be/XzCCS7PZD4k Cheers, Jim Stephen's video is at:
  2. I noticed a few minutes ago that the JimJimJimJim YouTube Channel has clicked up 50,000 views. That's a lot of help and comfort that men and their partners have found in understanding advanced prostate cancer - their disease, their treatments, and the journey of others. The top topic - Gleason score in advanced prostate cancer Click the picture to view the video. Closed captions Cc for the hard of hearing. The top story - David's story - 7 years with metastatic prostate cancer Click the picture to view the video. Closed captions Cc for the hard of hearing. The top doctor - watch time - Dr Mark Moyad Click the picture to view the video. Closed captions Cc for the hard of hearing. The top doctor - views - Dr Alicia Morgans - Bones and advanced prostate cancer Click the picture to view the video. Closed captions Cc for the hard of hearing. Click the picture to view the video. Closed captions Cc for the hard of hearing. Click the picture to view the video. Closed captions Cc for the hard of hearing. Click the picture to view the video. Closed captions Cc for the hard of hearing. Click the picture to view the video. Closed captions Cc for the hard of hearing. Please continue to Like, Share and Subscribe to our YouTube Channel. It helps others find the videos they need. Jim
  3. Some members may not be aware of PlayLists on YouTube. The TheraP Lutetium-177 trial reminds me that there is a great video on clinical trials starring our own Tony Maxwell on our Advanced Prostate Cancer Stories playlist. You can go to the playlist directly by clicking: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLvCNVWCC5ca9lyb0I9G3ktq7cDsZf_WSy Or you can see all our playlists on our YouTube channel: https://youtube.com/c/JimJimJimJim PS: Although I do almost all the videos on our channel, there are a couple of ring-ins done by professionals. The one with Tony Maxwell is one of these.
  4. Here is my YouTube video number twelve for 2017. If you have missed any of the earlier videos, you can visit the YouTube channel by clicking on https://youtube.com/c/JimJimJimJim, or just searching YouTube for JimJimJimJim. Eleven years ago Butcher Bob's retirement dreams of hotrods, caravans and travel around Australia were hit by prostate cancer, then bowel cancer. Bob tells the story of his journey over those years. Click on the picture above to view the video. (13 minutes)
  5. Men and their partners from around Australia, from around the world, have drawn strength from listening to David's story - 7 years with metastatic prostate cancer. Congratulations, and many thanks, David. Jim
  6. Click here to view an interesting video discussing recent developments in the treatment of advanced prostate cancer.
  7. Click here to view an interesting video discussing recent developments in the treatment of advanced prostate cancer.
  8. The Prostate Cancer Research Institute (PCRI) Annual Patient Conference in Los Angeles, USA is the biggest prostate cancer patient conference in the world. The organisation, the speakers - everything about the three day program at the LA Airport Marriott Hotel is fabulous. In other years I got to talk to a few men and their partners who missed out on key opportunities because they did not understand how a major conference works. In this video I'm going to tell you how a major conference works and how to get the most out of your experience. Did you see member Steve's comment on the yesterday's video? If you are considering going in September 2017, reply to this email and let Jim know. There may be a deal on conference tickets (even better than the $60 earlybird now on offer). Jim
  9. Treatment of metastatic prostate cancer has changed recently. In the past doctors would use hormone therapy (ADT) at first, then wait until the disease was very progressed before giving chemotherapy with Taxotere (Docetaxel). The reason for the change? Professor Christopher Sweeney reported on a trial he led (CHAARTED). In CHAARTED, the researchers (an international team of medical oncologists) showed that starting BOTH chemotherapy and ADT at the beginning of treatment gave men a longer life. Members of your Executive Committee were invited to be the audience for an video interview of Christopher Sweeney and his Australian colleague, Professor Gavin Marx, by Anthony Lowe, PCFA CEO. Tony Maxwell, Alan Barlee and Nev Black and I were able to attend. (Paul Hobson had to miss out because of treatment.) Click on this sentence to see all of our videos on our YouTube channel. Note that most videos are in Playlists and you will have to click on each Playlist name to see the videos. Jim
  10. Some members needed more technological help to find the form and the video. Here 'tis. Cheers. Jim Help get Xtandi (Enzalutamide) on the PBS for use BEFORE chemotherapy Click on this sentence to go straight to the PBAC to fill out the form. Click this sentence if you wish to see a short YouTube video about this. Click on this sentence to read about the drug and the online form. Closing date for comments is Wednesday 8 February 2017
  11. 5 Minutes. Cc. Mal and Alison have some beautiful words from Alison to help them deal with life's problems in this short video. One of life's little problems is that Mal has had prostate cancer for 11 years, the past 5 years metastatic. He has had some problems with another medical condition, but no symptoms from his prostate cancer. Many thanks to Mal and Alison who us a glimpse of their private life in order to help others. Jim's twelve year old grandson Matthew McKewin shot all the location shots in this video. Grandpa is very proud. Our YouTube Channel: youtube.com/c/JimJimJimJim People who subscribe to our YouTube channel get to see our videos a little before others. Almost all our videos have Closed Captions Cc for the hard of hearing.
  12. The Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia has published a video of Professor Michael Hofman of Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre in Melbourne. The video talks about the benefits of using a new type of scan, the PSMA PET Scan, and the new possibilities for treatment that this new scan opens up.
  13. I just noticed that our YouTube video "David's Story" hit 1,000 views today. More than seven and a half years ago David was diagnosed with metastatic prostate cancer. David tells the story of his journey over those years. Many thanks to David for helping so many men and the people who care about them.
  14. Here's a recent video published by the Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia about the benefits of exercise.
  15. The Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia has posted a video on YouTube of the following talk on Advances in Prostate Cancer (Ga68 PSMA PET/CT Scans) given by urologist A/Prof Henry Woo at Sydney Adventist Hospital on 28 September 2015.
  16. PSMA The big thing in Australian prostate cancer research in 2015 was a little wiggly shape that sits on the wall of a prostate cell - PSMA. In normal prostate cells, PSMA is mostly on the inside of the cell wall. In prostate cancer cells, PSMA moves to the outside of the cell wall. So, if you want to find prostate cancer cells - look for PSMA. Researchers have found a key that locks onto PSMA when it finds it. On the free end of this key they can attach lots of things. PSMA scans One type of thing that is attached to the free end of the key is a thing that will show up on scans. Little bits of iron were the first thing that was tried on the free end of the key. It worked very well for the scan - the iron-ended keys gathered on the surface of prostate cancer cells and they stood out well on x-ray. However, other parts of the body were not happy with so much iron, so researchers looked for other things. The most successful thing to be added to the free end of the key for scanning is a radioactive metal - Gallium-68. A PET-CT scan using Gallium-68 at the end of the key can see much smaller prostate cancers than older technology. Several larger Australian hospitals offer these scans, but patients will find themselves a few hundred dollars out of pocket per scan. We can guess this will change in future if radiographers can show the government that the sharper view will extend life. PSMA treatment The free end of the key can have something attached to treat the prostate cancer cells. Radiation Radiation can kill cells, so putting a radioactive metal at the free end of the key has been tried. Gallium-68 is no good for this because it radiates mostly positrons which cause little damage. Another radioactive metal - Lutetium-177 - has mostly damaging beta radiation, and this is being trialled. Drugs Attaching drugs that kill cancer cells to the free end of the key is a promising approach. In this video, Professor Pamela Russell gives us an end of year report on the research she and her colleagues have done at the Australian Prostate Cancer Research Centre. Her team is particularly looking at attaching chemotherapy drugs to the free end of the key. If this works, instead of flooding the whole body with a chemotherapy like Taxotere (docetaxel), the key has the drug on the free end, and the other end attaches directly to the PSMA on the prostate cancer cell. This delivers most of the drug where it is needed, and spares the rest of the body. The video is 40 minutes long. If you can't clearly hear some of the technical terms Professor Russell uses, member Len Wise had kindly provided Cc (closed captions) of every word. (Click on Cc at the bottom of the video to turn them on/off.) See the video here: http://www.jimjimjimjim.com/video---research-report-dec-2015.html Or http://tinyurl.com/ja2rnkw Or Follow the link to our video list on the front page of: http://JimJimJimJim.com
  17. The Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia has posted a video on YouTube of the following talk on Radiation Therapy for Prostate Cancer given by radiation oncologist A/Prof Michael Izard at Sydney Adventist Hospital on 22 June 2015 .
  18. The Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia has posted a video on YouTube of the following talk on Metastatic Prostate Cancer given by medical oncologist A/Prof Gavin Marx at Sydney Adventist Hospital on 25 May 2015.
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