In this Cancer Matters podcast, Dr Bill Nelson talks with Mike Armstrong, Dr Julie Brahmer, and breast cancer survivor and advocate Christine Hodgdon to discuss Mike's book, Cancer with Hope, and about the promise of future treatments provided through clinical trials.
In the latest Kimmel in DC podcast, Dr Ashwani Rajput talks with Dr Michael Pishvaian about treating patients with gastrointestinal cancers, specifically colorectal cancer and pancreatic cancer, as well as the importance of clinical trials in developing improved standard practices of care.
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In this Cancer Matters podcast, Dr Bill Nelson talks to Dina Lansey and Dr Otis Brawley about their work using resources from the state of Maryland's Cigarette Restitution Fund to educate patient populations on the benefits of clinical trials and overcome barriers to participation.
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.
In the next podcast from Dr Otis Brawley, he speaks with Assistant Director of Diversity and Inclusion in Clinical Research at the Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center, Dina Lansey, about the impact and importance of clinical trials. In this preview, Dina explains the phases that clinical trials go through before being approved for the general […]
In our first podcast of 2019, Dr Bill Nelson talks with Dr Michael Carducci and Dina Lansey about clinical trials and how they benefit patients. In this preview, Dr Carducci describes the process behind using clinical trials to further cancer research . To listen to the full podcast, click here: http://bit.ly/2QkA8gh
“Every clinical trial is done in a way to try to get a very homogenous group of patients, so we can better draw conclusions about whether the innovation we’re testing is actually working,” says radiation oncologist Russell K. Hales, M.D. of the Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center on the Johns Hopkins Bayview campus. “A patient […]
This blog post was written by Kristina Baum, who has melanoma and is participating in a clinical trial on immunotherapy at the Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center. For more information on Kristina's story, watch her interview with Denise Grady on the New York Times' Facebook page or follow her on Twitter at @kristinabaum. For the post, […]
My mother has recently had a lobectomy. She’s faced with the choice of standard care or a clinical trial. What should she consider before making her choice?
Radiation oncologist Russell K. Hales, M.D. of the Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center on the Johns Hopkins Bayview campus notes that clinical trials are treatments that are usually done at cancer centers with researchers, like Hopkins. “Clinical trials take an existing therapy, and add to it an investigational therapy, or give an investigational therapy altogether,” […]
As part of our series on frequently asked questions about Kimmel Cancer Center clinical trials, this post looks at patient safety during a trial. Dina George Lansey, a nurse and clinical research recruitment specialist for the Kimmel Cancer Center, notes that there are many rules in place to make sure that patients in studies […]