In the latest On Target podcast, Dr Akila Viswanathan and Dr Amol Narang discuss how radiation oncologists at Johns Hopkins are addressing the challenges of treating pancreatic cancer.
Clement Okoh is a cancer survivor, author, entrepreneur….and proud grandfather. Cancer Matters is sharing book excerpts of his personal journey, “OSONDU,", an inspiring story of hope. Photo: Me with RN's Michaella Iacoboni and Manny Bravo. Read part 1 here: PART 1, PART 2 -- OSONDU – Agency, Hope and Survival (part 3) It’s nearly impossible […]
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In this week's Cancer Disparities podcast, Dr Otis Brawley speaks with Dr Michael Carducci about the benefit of clinical trials and his work treating patients with prostate cancer.
Jan 8, 2020 No comments
Patrick Personne was not surprised when his doctor told him he had lung cancer. The 62-year-old had been a smoker for more than 40 years, so when he began feeling ill and developed a nagging cough, lung cancer certainly came to mind. What did surprise him, however, was learning about a new type of treatment […]
Jan 7, 2020 No comments
In this podcast from Sibley Integrative Medicine, Dr Rosanne Sheinberg and Harpreet Gujral talk to Margaret Cohen and Kristen Pruski from the Sibley Memorial Hospital Foundation about the benefits of charitable giving and the differences that donations can make in the health outcomes of others.
Jan 7, 2020 No comments
Clement Okoh is a cancer survivor, author, entrepreneur….and proud grandfather. Cancer Matters is sharing book excerpts of his personal journey, “OSONDU,", an inspiring story of hope. Photo: Me with my oncologist, Dr. Syed Abbas Ali Read part 1 here: OSONDU (PART 1) --- OSONDU – Why Cancer Is Different (part 2) I became a cancer […]
Jan 6, 2020 No comments
Dr Bill Nelson talks with three-time cancer survivor Kristina Baum about the challenges of confronting her disease and successfully running the New York City Marathon in November.
Jan 2, 2020 No comments
New Mathematical Model of Cancer Formation Reveal that Genetic Signs of the Disease Can Start Decades Before DiagnosisPosted by Clinton | Research
A new mathematical model of tumorigenesis—the formation of cancer—developed by scientists at the Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center, Whiting School of Engineering, and Bloomberg School of Public Health, suggests that the accumulation of random genetic mutations that launch a cell into malignancy later in life may get their start as early as the teen years. […]
Dec 27, 2019 No comments
In this Cancer Matters podcast, Dr Bill Nelson talks with Dr Julie Brahmer about the advances made in treating patients with lung cancer, smoking cessation and lung cancer screening.
Dec 26, 2019 No comments
In this week's podcast from Sibley Integrative Medicine, Dr Rosanne Sheinberg and Harpreet Gujral explore the phenomenon of 'Blue Zones,' certain places around the world where people live happier, healthier and longer.
Dec 24, 2019 No comments