Best Oncology podcasts we could find (Updated March 2019)
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Yale Cancer Center Answers
 
The official podcast of the Rehabilitation Oncology journal for the Oncology Section of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA). Visit the journal website at www.rehabonc.com
 
CancerCare's free Connect Education Workshops are a way for people to learn about cancer-related issues from the convenience of their home or office. Leading experts in oncology provide the most up-to-date information in these workshops to help you and your loved ones better understand and cope with your cancer diagnosis, treatment options, quality-of-life concerns, treatment side effects, pain management, doctor-patient communication and other important topics.
 
Transformational Pediatrics is a free podcast series for health care professionals featuring the specialists from Children’s Mercy covering topics in that are changing pediatric medicine. In each 10-minute podcast we cover important and timely topics in pediatrics including heart care and cardiology, critical care, oncology, neurology, neonatology, infectious disease, gastroenterology and nephrology among a host of others. We will discuss research, ethics, new solutions to health care our pr ...
 
Tips on reducing swelling after lymphedema or orthopedic, oncology and plastic surgery in San Diego and balancing our immune system with Board Certified Massage Therapist and Certified Lymphedema Therapist Kathleen Lisson. #plasticsurgery #lymphedema #sandiego
 
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PharmaTalkRadio
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Guest hosts interview industry insiders on strategies, business models, leadership, technologies & innovations in advancing drug development for the benefit of patients. More specifically: clinical trials, patient-centricity, mobile/digital in R&D, drug delivery, emerging biotechs and Immuno-Oncology. PharmaTalkRadio is a non-profit program to provide easy and free access of helpful information for professionals in life sciences as well as patient advocates. It is organized and supported by ...
 
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Cancer Docs Talk
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Cancer Docs Talk is produced by Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center at University of Miami Miller School of Medicine. This podcast is hosted by renowned lung cancer oncologist Gilberto Lopes, M.D., who is associate director of Global Oncology at Sylvester. Guests include top oncologists and researchers who will be talking about the latest cancer news, research findings and new therapies in progress.
 
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This Week in Oncology
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This Week In Oncology (TWiO) is a broadcast series on Wednesdays at 2PM Pacific/5PM Eastern. Board Certified in Hematology, Oncology and Internal Medicine, Richard Just, MD, aka @chemosabe1 on Twitter, and Gregg Masters, MPH, aka @2healthguru, co-host the weekly broadcasts. The show focuses on health, wellness, social media, patient empowerment, health reform, clinical trials, and promise of evidence based medicine in the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of cancer.
 
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Ologies
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Volcanoes. Trees. Drunk butterflies. Mars missions. Slug sex. Death. Beauty standards. Anxiety busters. Beer science. Bee drama. Take away a pocket full of science knowledge and charming, bizarre stories about what fuels these professional -ologists' obsessions. Humorist and science correspondent Alie Ward asks smart people stupid questions and the answers might change your life.
 
SBS Radio - Fitness that takes itself (not so) seriously. We interview awesome people, geek out over science, and tackle real-world fitness issues with our... "unique" sense of humour. Warning - please do not listen whilst operating heavy machinery or if you have anything electronic in front of you that could be damaged by you laugh-snorting your protein shake over it.
 
The Video Journal of Oncology
 
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Newsbeat
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Newsbeat reads out fresh news articles for you, hand-picked from the web everyday. Download our App at http://www.newsbeat.me
 
Get knowledge and inspiration to apply artificial intelligence to drug development. Discover startups applying machine learning to biomedical research. Hear how biotech and pharma companies use AI to speed discovery and cut costs. Learn from academic researchers pushing boundaries in applying computation to biology. We interview leaders transforming drug development with data and algorithms. Subscribe now and never miss an episode!
 
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Managed Care Cast
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Podcast by Managed Care Cast
 
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Every week, The American Journal of Managed Care® recaps the top managed care news of the week, and you can now listen to it on our podcast, Managed Care Cast.This week, the top managed care news included new primary prevention guidelines that could increase the use of some diabetes drugs; the FDA expanded criteria for which patients can take p ...…
 
The health-care proposal likely to loom largest over the 2020 presidential election was released last week—and it didn’t come from a Democrat.In the 2020 federal budget that President Donald Trump unveiled, he renewed his commitment to repealing the Affordable Care Act and replacing it with a block-grant system that would likely strip coverage ...…
 
Midway through the first episode of The Act, a group of neighbors are chatting on a front porch when Casey Anthony’s name comes up. The scene is set in 2008, smack in the middle of the Nancy Grace–fueled wave of “tot mom” national hysteria that peaked when Anthony was arrested (and then acquitted) for killing her daughter. “Do you believe that ...…
 
The AtlanticAt 8:07 a.m. on January 13, 2018, every smartphone screen in Hawaii lit up with a single message, in all caps: “BALLISTIC MISSILE THREAT INBOUND TO HAWAII. SEEK IMMEDIATE SHELTER. THIS IS NOT A DRILL.” In fact, it was a false alarm triggered by a Hawaii Emergency Management Agency worker who mistook instructions he had received duri ...…
 
The ConversationThe recent massacre of 50 Muslim worshippers at two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand is the latest confirmation that white supremacy is a danger to democratic societies across the globe.Despite President Donald Trump’s suggestion that white nationalist terrorism is not a major problem, recent data from the United Nations, Un ...…
 
The New York Times“Everything the light touches is our kingdom.”It’s a line from Disney’s “The Lion King,” spoken by Mufasa to young Simba as they sit atop Pride Rock. And on Wednesday morning, just after midnight on the East Coast, it seemed to describe the Walt Disney Company itself, as the conglomerate closed its $71.3 billion acquisition of ...…
 
BloombergAs the Lion Air crew fought to control their diving Boeing Co. 737 Max 8, they got help from an unexpected source: an off-duty pilot who happened to be riding in the cockpit.That extra pilot, who was seated in the cockpit jumpseat, correctly diagnosed the problem and told the crew how to disable a malfunctioning flight-control system a ...…
 
NPR"Khosh amadee!" Omaid Sharifi, co-founder of ArtLords, an art collective, says as he invites us into his house in a manner that reflects true Afghan hospitality—with grace, a smile and open arms.The phrase is in the local language of Dari. Used to mean "welcome," it literally translates to "come with happiness" – which is a bit ironic becaus ...…
 
The AtlanticIn 1886, clark bell, the editor of the journal of the Medico-Legal Society of New York, relayed to a physician named Pliny Earle a query bound to be of interest to his journal’s readers: Exactly what mental illnesses can be said to exist? In his 50-year career as a psychiatrist, Earle had developed curricula to teach medical student ...…
 
The VergeApple’s focus is shifting. In recent years, iPhone sales have begun to plateau, and now Apple’s services business — which encompasses everything from the App Store to licensing deals — is being positioned as its next big frontier for revenue growth. More than ever, Apple wants to sell people constant, ongoing subscriptions for things t ...…
 
Washington PostSurprise: Apple quietly introduced new AirPods, iPads and iMacs this week, just days ahead of a splashy launch event at its headquarters on March 25.Translation: You can probably hold onto your wallet.Apple sometimes puts out smaller updates without a big to-do, but usually not for three days in a row before a big scheduled event ...…
 
MorningstarNarratives have been used to lure investors for centuries. Simple, compelling stories tap into our emotions, hijack our ability to think rationally, and persuade us to pursue investments that are unlikely to perform well. Persuasive narratives are prevalent with thematic exchange-traded funds. These funds attempt to capitalize on the ...…
 
WAMUThe solar panels would be spread across 10 square miles, 1.8 million of them, soaking up the sun’s rays, transforming them into electricity and pumping that power into nearby transmission lines. It would be the largest solar farm east of the Rocky Mountains — and the fifth largest in the nation.Depending on who you ask, it’s either a danger ...…
 
The Next WebThere’s an obvious gender imbalance in technology and voice assistants. Whether it’s Siri, Cortana, Alexa, or another female voice telling you when to turn right on Google Maps, it’s most commonly an AI ‘woman’ who takes our commands. With so much female servitude in our smart devices, along with the rapid deployment of AI, it shoul ...…
 
QuartzSince 2013, Making Caring Common, an initiative from the Harvard Graduate School of Education, has tried to make the college admissions process saner. It has encouraged admissions officers to prioritize not the quantity of students’ achievements but rather the quality of their ethical and academic engagement to make the admissions process ...…
 
For most of Facebook’s existence, a prospective advertiser listing a job or a home or a loan could have kept the ad from reaching women or people over 55 or those with an “ethnic affinity” for African Americans.When ProPublica documented this in late 2016, housing rights advocates were shocked. After all, it was exactly this kind of exclusionar ...…
 
When viewers first met Sharon Morris and Rob Norris, the protagonists of Amazon Prime’s Catastrophe, the two had just embarked on a dizzying, if also unorthodox, romance. After a six-night stand with Sharon during a business trip to London, the Boston-based advertising executive learns a month later that “Sharon London Sex”—as the Irish woman i ...…
 
Harvard Business ReviewFive years ago I read Daniel Markovitz’s argument for migrating to-do lists into calendars. Since then, my productivity has at least doubled.That momentous (at least for me) article describes five problems with the to-do list. First, they overwhelm us with too many choices. Second, we are naturally drawn to simpler tasks ...…
 
I’m a journalist deep in my bones. Like a lot of people in newsrooms, I came to the profession young (at 15, in my case), and have spent more than 45 years at it now—as a reporter, as an editor, as the press critic at the Los Angeles Times, writing books about media, and even running two think tanks that studied the field. One of the books I co ...…
 
OM MALIKEarlier this morning, while drinking my morning tea and sifting through my morning reads (on Feedbin, if you want to know), I came across a brilliant piece of journalism from Jennings Brown, a writer for Gizmodo. He unmasked a fabulist and fake doctor who passed himself off as a scientist and an expert psychiatrist on sexual issues. It ...…
 
Washington PostBefore Beto O’Rourke became the darling of liberal online donors, his top financial backers hailed from a different set entirely — wealthy businessmen who have sought political influence by collectively donating millions of dollars to Republicans.Several of El Paso’s richest business moguls donated to and raised money for O’Rourk ...…
 
BloombergThe U.S. college-admissions scandal — in which rich people paid bribes to get their kids accepted — strikes at the heart of cherished American ideals of fairness and meritocracy. But it also reflects a deeper problem: the blocked transition to a new, more diverse elite.Although the alleged bribery happened at some of the world’s most p ...…
 
Fast CompanyMeritocracy has become a leading social ideal. Politicians across the ideological spectrum continually return to the theme that the rewards of life–money, power, jobs, university admission–should be distributed according to skill and effort. The most common metaphor is the “even playing field” upon which players can rise to the posi ...…
 
The first product I ever bought directly from an internet ad was a pair Nike Vapormax sneakers, which cost $200 and were a rosy shade often referred to as “millennial pink.” The shoes appeared while I was tapping through my friends’ Instagram Stories, and it was a sales pitch so perfect for me, a millennial sneaker fanatic, that I felt concerne ...…
 
In the opening sequence of Us, Jordan Peele gives the audience what it might be expecting after months of hype for his follow-up to Get Out: a perfectly taut piece of virtuoso horror filmmaking. A little girl (played by Madison Curry) frolics with her family at a seaside fun fair, then wanders off as her dad plays a carnival game, eventually wi ...…
 
WiredLAST OCTOBER, GOOGLE gave away one of the biggest videogames of the year, Assassin's Creed: Odyssey. You didn't have to specify which game console you wanted to play it on, or even whether you preferred PC to console. Format didn't matter at all, because the game you were playing was stored on Google's massive cloud-server infrastructure. ...…
 
QuartzIt’s hard to keep up with the message on eggs. Are they good for you or not? In the 1960s, people were told: “Go to work on an egg.” But in the 1970s the public was advised to avoid eggs because they were linked to high blood cholesterol. The negative press on eggs continued in the 1980s when raw eggs were linked to salmonella poisoning. ...…
 
The New York TimesLate Saturday night, Facebook shared some dizzying statistics that begin to illustrate the scale of the online impact of the New Zealand massacre as the gunman’s video spread across social media.According to the social network, the graphic, high-definition video of the attack was uploaded by users 1.5 million times in the firs ...…
 
Several weeks ago, John Boyd’s combine broke down. The machine is an absolute necessity for Boyd—he, like most commodity farmers, uses it to harvest the soybeans, corn, and wheat he grows each year in Baskerville, Virginia. What he really needs is a whole new combine, which would allow him to harvest his crops more efficiently, and would last h ...…
 
Dear Listeners, After reading great news articles from the web and print everyday for more than five years, it's time for us to say good bye. Newsbeat will provide its last service on March 31. On behalf of Newsbeat, we would like to thank all the subscribers, sponsors, publishers and all the listeners for being with us in this long journey. As ...…
 
Ensuring Access to Generic Medications by Managed Care Cast
 
The AtlanticIn April 2016, Venus Lockett was about to give a speech at an event she’d volunteered for near her home in Atlanta. She was already stressed. The previous night, she had stayed up late making her presentation, and then deleted it by mistake. As she stepped up to the podium to give her remarks, she noticed that her words were slurrin ...…
 
The New YorkerEven more than its predecessors, the massacre in New Zealand feels like the confluence of strands of our times: on March 15th, a gunman with an AR-15 killed forty-nine people during Friday prayers at two mosques in Christchurch, the worst massacre in New Zealand’s history. It was a poisonously global moment: the attacker broadcast ...…
 
NPRCan't we just leave our fruit alone?Last year, apple farmers were soaking their fruit in grape flavor to make them more attractive to kids. Now, plant breeders in California have created a grape that tastes like — well, spun sugar and air.That's right, Salties. Say hello to the Cotton Candy grape."When it pops in your mouth, the first impres ...…
 
PoliticoSince announcing her 2020 run, Elizabeth Warren has dispensed three major policy proposals, held 30 campaign events and visited nearly a dozen states.Since announcing his 2020 run, Beto O’Rourke has made one visit to Iowa, where he vaguely outlined his positions, including from atop a cafe counter.Guess who’s getting the star treatment. ...…
 
* Definition of a Caregiver* Talking with Each Other about Shared Expectations* What Research Tells Us About: Caregiving for an Older Adult & Caregiving for a Younger Adult* The Role of the Caregiver in Communicating with the Health Care Team* Care Coordination, Challenges & Tips* Stresses on Family, Partners, Friends & Loved Ones* Coping with ...…
 
The AtlanticWhen the kids in Skyler’s school want to tell a friend something in class, they don’t scrawl a note down on a tiny piece of paper and toss it across the room. They use Google Docs.“We don’t really pass physical notes anymore,” said Skyler, 15, who, like all the other students in this story, is identified by a pseudonym.As more and m ...…
 
OzyNew York artist Jennifer May Reiland’s phone rings all the time. While that gives the impression that she’s a very popular lady, the constant calls she gets aren’t from real people: They’re robocalls or telemarketing algorithms trying to sell her something. While this is a daily annoyance for many, Jennifer’s relationship with robocallers go ...…
 
“Thank you so much! I appreciate it,” says Ellen DeGeneres, bobbing and bowing and volleying her gaze into the screaming tiers of her studio audience. “Thank you! I feel the same way about you!” Up and down, left and right, that take-no-prisoners soul-seeking stare, that ice-glare of empathy. “I feel like you’re not satisfied unless I look at e ...…
 
The HillPresidential hopeful Sen. Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) laid out an explosive proposal as a prelude to her appearance at South by Southwest last week, calling for the breakup of the largest technology companies in America on the grounds of anti-competitive behavior.Her proposal contained some detail and some ambiguity, but the mess ...…
 
BloombergHell hath no fury like an economist provoked by Modern Monetary Theory. Paul Krugman, Ken Rogoff, Larry Summers, and many others have attacked MMT, calling it “fallacious,” “nonsense,” and for good measure, “wrong.” Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell has slammed “the idea that deficits don’t matter for countries that can borrow in ...…
 
ALIENS! EXTRATERRESTRIALS! MARTIANS! Let's. Get. Into. It. The phenomenal Dr. Kevin Peter Hand of NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory dishes on the oceans of distant moons, methane rivers, E.T., ice crusts, what might be out there, the timeline of possibly finding them, ghosts, aliens, dark matter, if we should fear making contact with intergalact ...…
 
Financial TimesPut yourself in the shoes of the average metropolitan millennial. You’re moving ahead in your career, getting closer to the day you’ll finally own your own home and perhaps considering whether to start a pension or investment Isa.You might think you’ve got to the stage where you need the services of an independent financial advis ...…
 
The Wall Street JournalFor most people, the 16 hours spent awake each day are hardly enough time to get critical tasks done, let alone acquire knowledge. Yet a growing number of neuroscientists believe that sleep not only helps cement memories, but is actually a time to learn something new—even a foreign language.Sanam Hafeez, a clinical neurop ...…
 
The AtlanticBy the time the news of mass shootings at two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand, spread around the world, the effort to remove materials left behind by a suspect in the terror attack online was already well under way.Social-media sites including Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube said they were removing footage of the attack, which w ...…
 
The Washington PostHe lambasted and lampooned his rivals. He exaggerated and ballyhooed his record. He riddled his remarks with contradictions, shoddy statistics and falsehoods. And he embroidered it all with a fake Southern accent, curse words and bouts of extravagant pantomime.For two hours and five minutes last weekend, President Trump dazzl ...…
 
The AtlanticIt’s too bad that Felicity Huffman has been indicted. That probably so poisons her acting career that she can’t be cast as Paul Manafort’s wife, Kathleen, in the inevitable biopic of the lobbyist’s life. But Huffman and Manafort are spiritually connected, and the fact they are packed together above the fold today is more than an acc ...…
 
Washington PostLeisa Moten has a stable job as a church administrative assistant in West Virginia, but like some others in her town of Pipestem, which has a population of 846, she is living below the poverty line, earning $15,800 a year.Where she lives in southern West Virginia, the poverty rate reaches as high as 28 percent in certain areas, a ...…
 
CNNEstimating inflation is a tricky and complex task. In the United States, the government's Bureau of Labor Statistics sends testers to stores to record the price of everything from cheese to tires, and surveys consumers over the phone about what they spent on gas and funeral services.Amazon thinks it could do it better.With help from outside ...…
 
BloombergLook at much of what is written about the oil market and it may be tempting to conclude that crude oil is a homogenous commodity, the same the world over and seamlessly interchangeable. It’s not. Once you appreciate that all crudes are not created equal, you can see how important it is that long-held expectations for a glut of the heav ...…
 
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