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  • איך לעודד ילדים לרכיבה בטוחה על אופניים?

    רכיבה על אופניים בטוחה ומהנה. בתוכנית הערב יתארח אייל סנטו ויספר לנו כיצד נוכל לעודד את הילדים לרכיבה בטוחה, איך מתאימים קסדה לילדים ואילו עוד אמצעי בטיחות נמצאים כיום בחנויות.

  • התניידות בעיר אורבנית ירוקה - מגמות בעולם ובישראל | אייל סנטו Umo

    אייל סנטו – Umo - ניידות עירונית, מספר לעופר ולייה על המגמות בעולם להתניידות עירונית בריאה ויעילה יותר על שני גלגלים כגון: אופניים חשמליים, תכנון ערים במיוחד להתניידות ירוקה, צמצום העומס בחנייה, איפה ישראל עומדת ביחס לעולם, חוק אופניים חשמליים ועוד. צפייה מהנה! היועצת המשפטית של התוכנית - עו"ד מריון בנדורי. המידע אינו מחליף יעוץ משפטי

  • מנהיגים צעירים לומדים לרכוש ביטחון עצמי - פרק 3

    איך נלמד את הילדים שלנו להיות מנהיגים צעירים תוך כדי שימוש בהבעות פנים שלהם? הצטרפו אליי הערב ב21.00 בדיוק ,לתוכנית השלישית בסדרה כדי לעזור לילדים שלנו לרכוש מיומנויות חברתיות ולהיות מובילים בסביבה החברתית שלהם. מוזמנים לשתף חברים וחברות שהמידע הזה רלוונטי עבורם.

  • Skull Base Neurosurgery

    What is a skull base brain tumor? What are the causes and risk factor for skull base brain tumors? What are the surgical options for removing skull base brain tumors? How effective is minimally invasive endonasal endoscopic surgery for removing skull base brain tumors? These questions answered by: Dr. Gordon Li serves as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Neurosurgery at Stanford University School of Medicine. His clinical practice and research focuses on the treatment of brain tumors.

  • Brain Tumors

    What does the visibility of signs and symptoms of brain tumors mainly depend on? What is regarded as the main diagnostic indicator for malignant gliomas, meningiomas, and brain metastases? What role does imaging play in the diagnosis of brain tumors? What is the primary and most desired course of action described in medical literature for the treatment of brain tumors? These questions answered by: Dr. Gordon Li serves as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Neurosurgery at Stanford University School of Medicine. His clinical practice and research focuses on the treatment of brain tumors.

  • Meningioma

    Many meningiomas are asymptomatic, so how does diagnoses occur? When would surgical resection be a suitable option for meningiomas? Are all meningiomas benign? Are some people more at risk of developing meningiomas than others? These questions answered by: Dr. Gordon Li serves as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Neurosurgery at Stanford University School of Medicine. His clinical practice and research focuses on the treatment of brain tumors.

  • Brain Metastases

    What does symptomatic care for brain metastases consist of? From which form of cancer are you most likely to the develop brain metastases? What are the treatment options for brain metastases? What is the prognosis for brain metastases? These questions answered by: Dr. Gordon Li serves as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Neurosurgery at Stanford University School of Medicine. His clinical practice and research focuses on the treatment of brain tumors.

  • Glioblastoma (GBM)

    What is the most prevalent symptom of glioblastoma? What are the causes of glioblastoma and why does it occur more commonly in men? What is the grading system and the different types of gliomas What is the main treatment option for glioblastoma? These questions answered by: Dr. Gordon Li serves as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Neurosurgery at Stanford University School of Medicine. His clinical practice and research focuses on the treatment of brain tumors.

  • Tumors

    What is the difference between a benign brain tumor and a malignant (cancerous) brain tumor? What does it mean when a brain tumor is in remission? What are recurrent tumors? How are brain tumors identified? These questions answered by: Dr Eric Toloza, PhD has board certification in Thoracic Surgery. He has residency at Texas Heart Institute in Cardiothoracic Surgery and at the University of California, Irvine Medical Center in General Surgery.

  • Treating Lung Cancer

    Why are not all patients with lung tumors candidates for surgery? What are the benefits of proton therapy as opposed to x- ray therapy when treating lung cancer? How does proton therapy deliver less radiation to the spinal cord and heart? What are the side effects of proton therapy when treating patients with lung cancer? These questions answered by: Dr Nancy A.Cersonsky, MD is a Radiation Oncologist at Procure Proton Therapy Center and Integris Cancer Center. Of Oklahoma City Treating cancer patients and people with benign tumors with the most appropriate treatment.

  • Treating Prostate Cancer

    What are the main treatment options for prostate cancer? What are the usual side effects when treating prostate cancer? Does proton therapy reduce the risk of erectile dysfunction? How important is it for a patient with prostate cancer to study the pros and cons of each available treatment? These questions answered by: Dr Nancy A.Cersonsky, MD is a Radiation Oncologist at Procure Proton Therapy Center and Integris Cancer Center. Of Oklahoma City Treating cancer patients and people with benign tumors with the most appropriate treatment.

  • Treating Breast Cancer

    What is the standard therapy for breast cancer? Can proton therapy be used in conjunction with other cancer treatments? Is proton therapy only effective on Stage 1 breast cancer? What are the disadvantages of using proton therapy for breast cancer? These questions answered by: Dr Nancy A.Cersonsky, MD is a Radiation Oncologist at Procure Proton Therapy Center and Integris Cancer Center. Of Oklahoma City Treating cancer patients and people with benign tumors with the most appropriate treatment.

  • Treating Brain Tumors

    Why do benign brain tumors need to be treated? Can benign tumors become malignant? What are the advantages of proton therapy over standard x-ray radiation? What can a patient with a brain tumor expect from treatment? These questions answered by: Dr Nancy A.Cersonsky, MD is a Radiation Oncologist at Procure Proton Therapy Center and Integris Cancer Center. Of Oklahoma City Treating cancer patients and people with benign tumors with the most appropriate treatment.

  • Proton Therapy

    What is proton therapy and how is it used? How do proton beams destroy cancer cells? Who would benefit from proton therapy? What are the potential side effects of proton therapy? How effective is proton therapy? These questions answered by: Dr Nancy A.Cersonsky, MD is a Radiation Oncologist at Procure Proton Therapy Center and Integris Cancer Center. Of Oklahoma City Treating cancer patients and people with benign tumors with the most appropriate treatment.

  • Brain Treatments

    Which therapies are used to treat brain tumors? How is surgery used to treat brain tumors? What is radiation therapy? What is stereotactic radiosurgery? These questions answered by: Ayden Jacob received his AA and BS in biology, neuroscience and philosophy and completed neuroimaging fellowships at the University of Pennsylvania

  • Brain Cancer

    What is a brain tumor? What are the common symptoms of brain tumors? What is the difference between a primary brain tumor and a metastatic brain tumor? What is the difference between a benign brain tumor and a malignant brain tumor? These questions answered by: Ayden Jacob received his AA and BS in biology, neuroscience and philosophy and completed neuroimaging fellowships at the University of Pennsylvania

  • Standup comedy and Autism

    Do people with autism understand humour? There is a new trend of ‘Aspies’ what are they? Are the stereotypes of autism enhanced by the way they are humorously portrayed in the media? These questions answered by: Lynette Louise is an international autism expert who holds two board certifications in Neurofeedback and is working on her PhD in Clinical Psychophysiology

  • Circadian Rhythms in Host Treatment Balance

    What is the meaning of Circadian Rhythm? What effect does Circadian Rhythm have on the effectiveness of chemotherapy? What evidence is there to highlight the effect circadian rhythm on the side-effects of chemotherapy? Can taking circadian rhythm into consideration when treating cancer have an “antitumor effect”? These questions answered by: Dr. William Hrushesky - Medical Oncologist,Chief Scientific Officer & Senior Executive Medical Director Oncology Analytics

  • Surgery of Cancers

    Dr. Sid Schwab - General Surgeon answers these questions: 1.What does cancer look like on a non-microscopic level? 2.Can a surgeon detect a cancer in surgery by site alone or is touch necessary too? Is there ever the chance of mistaking cancer during surgery? 3.Are there any signs during surgery to show that the cancer has spread to other organs? 4.What is the look and feel of a benign growth and is it the same as a malignant tumor?

  • Paediatric Tumors: Teratoma

    Consultant Paediatric Surgeon, Dr Bruce Okoye, talks about Paediatric Tumors: Teratoma: what they are, what causes them, what treatment options are available, the prognosis for recovery and more...

  • Paediatrics: Abdominal Tumors (Neuroblastoma)

    Consultant Paediatric Surgeon, Dr Bruce Okoye, talks about Abdominal Tumors (Neuroblastoma): what they are, what causes them, what treatment options are available, the prognosis for recovery and more...

  • Paediatrics: Kidney Tumors (Nephroblastoma)

    Consultant Paediatric Surgeon, Dr Bruce Okoye, talks about Kidney Tumors (Nephroblastoma): what they are, what causes them, what treatment options are available, the prognosis for recovery and more...

  • The Liver

    In the human body, what is the function of the liver?, The liver is capable of natural regeneration of lost tissue. What does this mean and does it facilitate this growth?, What functions of the liver are affected by a tumour growth or cancer of the organ?, How is cancer of the liver detected? Are there any physical symptoms? All of these questions will be answered by: Dr. Gajendra Singh - General and Liver Transplant surgeon

  • רדיוכירורגיה לעמוד השדרה Spine Radiosurgery

    What is spine radiosurgery?, Who is an ideal candidate for such a therapy?, Is this form of surgery more or less risky than the other forms of surgery available? How?, What measures are taken to ensure that this procedure is minimally invasive?, In your professional opinion, do you believe that this is the future of spinal tumour removal? These questions will be answered by Dr.Ran Harel: Spine Surgeon at Sheba - Tel Ha Shomer Hospital

מומחים

  • Olivia Flaxman

  • Bruce Okoye

  • Brian Kaplan

  • Lara Pearson

  • Gordon Li