Dr Bill Nelson speaks with Annie Applegarth, Volunteer Event Chair from Swim Across America - Baltimore, about her cancer diagnosis, the hurdles she overcame on the journey to recovery and how she sees the world differently as a survivor. They also preview Swim Across America's Open Water Swim coming up in September.
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Pictured: Nanoparticles releasing microRNAs inside a brain cancer cell. Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center brain cancer researchers announced that they successfully delivered ultra-tiny nano-size packets of genetic code, called microRNAs, in animal models of human brain cancer. This multi-specialty study was led by John Laterra, M.D., Ph.D., co-director of the Kimmel Cancer Center Brain Cancer(...)
Dr Ben Levy talks to Dr Channing Paller, medical oncologist at Sibley Memorial Hospital and an assistant professor of oncology at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, about her research into prostate cancer treatments and care.
The Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center Pediatric Oncology Program ranked #10 in U.S. News and World Report’s Best Hospitals for Pediatric Cancer list. It is the only pediatric cancer center or program in Maryland that received a top ranking. Cancer specialists surveyed in 2016, 2017 and 2018 continue to name Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center(...)
Dr Ben Levy talks to Dr Matt Ladra, Director of Pediatric Radiation Oncology for Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center at Sibley Memorial Hospital, about treating childhood cancer with radiation and the new proton therapy center that will be coming online at Sibley in the Fall of 2019.
Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center Director Dr. Bill Nelson talks to Dr. Elana Fertig about how she is using genomic research, mathematical modeling, chaos theory and her past experience in weather prediction to develop treatments for cancer in our latest podcast.
Dr Bill Nelson and biologist Andrew Ewald discuss the new ways that scientists are confronting the cancer on the cellular level and using physics to study how cancer cells spread to new areas. Dr Ewald was recently featured in a piece from The Hub at JHU. You can read that here.