Has anyone seen NED the Movie?

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AWK
AWK Member Posts: 364 Member

I heard about it from a Chemosabe and purchased it via Vimeo.  Interesting and uplifting stories about six doctors who form a band and some of their patients.  I was surprised at some of the statistics they shared about under the belt cancers.  We need to get the word out.

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  • It happened to Me
    It happened to Me Member Posts: 206 Member
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    Anne, I have not.

    I have never even heard of it until it was mentioned on this board.  Hopefully, I will have the ability to view this.   Is there a reason this movie was made?  Awareness, fund raising?

    Thanks.

  • AWK
    AWK Member Posts: 364 Member
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    Anne, I have not.

    I have never even heard of it until it was mentioned on this board.  Hopefully, I will have the ability to view this.   Is there a reason this movie was made?  Awareness, fund raising?

    Thanks.

    To create awareness about all under the belt cancers

    And also, I got a different perspective on their parts in my journey.  Fascinating information was shared.  Did you know that there are less than 750 Gynocological oncologists practicing in the US?  Amazing.  

  • nempark
    nempark Member Posts: 681
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    My Doctor

    Hi Guys! Dr. Nimish Nagarsheth (drummer) is my Doctor at Englewood Medical Center, New Jersey. I had many treats from the band they would sell tickets at a reduced price to suit your budgets.  Excellent Doctors. The last concert I attended was a tribute to the Beatles called "Come together".  Hope you are all continuing to progress in your journey.

  • NoTimeForCancer
    NoTimeForCancer Member Posts: 3,385 Member
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    The doctors of N.E.D. have

    The doctors of N.E.D. have participated in the Foundation for Women's Cancers, all below the belt cancers, events.  The one woman is from Alaska - that has to make getting together to practicing difficult!!  The doctors are all gynecological oncologists.  It is very cool