In the next Sibley Integrative Podcast, Dr Rosanne Sheinberg and Harpreet Gujral explain the cancer-related risks associated with obesity and how the concept of NEAT (Non-exercise Activity Thermogenesis) plays a crucial role in maintaining a healthy weight.
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Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center Director William Nelson, MD, PhD, spoke with The Cancer Letter about how our cancer center is managing the COVID-19 pandemic. You can read the conversation here: http://bit.ly/clnelson
In the latest Cancer Matters podcast, Dr Bill Nelson talks with Dr Panagis Galiatsatos about the dangers of smoking or vaping and the science behind nicotine addiction.
In this podcast from Sibley Integrative Medicine, Dr Rosanne Sheinberg and Harpreet Gujral discuss the importance of a healing environment as well as some recent additions to Sibley Memorial Hospital that aid patients in their recovery process.
In this Cancer Matters podcast, Dr Bill Nelson talks to Jeanine Pennington, Portfolio Director for Johns Hopkins Technology Ventures, about the assistance they provide to researchers in finding partnerships, managing the legal and regulatory process and, in some cases, helping to start companies to bring the discoveries and innovations found in the lab to patients […]
In the latest Cancer Matters podcast, Dr Bill Nelson and Dr Jonathan Powell discuss how T cells activated from the immune system are being used to fight cancer.
The latest podcast from Sibley Integrative Medicine is now online. Today, Dr Rosanne Sheinberg and Harpreet Gujral explain the benefits of exercise for patients with cancer.
In this Cancer Matters podcast, Dr Bill Nelson and Dr Cynthia Zahnow discuss how her experience as a breast cancer survivor informs her research into examining a potential link between alcohol consumption and breast cancer.
In the latest On Target podcast, Dr Akila Viswanathan is joined by Dr Sara Alcorn to discuss the treatment of sarcoma and explain the use of radiation in palliative care.
In this Cancer Matters podcast, Dr Bill Nelson speaks with thoracic surgeon Dr Stephen Broderick about the latest developments in lung cancer care that have made lung surgery less debilitating and improved patient outcomes.