Best Radiotherapy podcasts we could find (Updated May 2019)
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The Lancet Oncology is a monthly journal, renowned for the publication of high-quality peer reviewed research, reviews and analysis in cancer from around the world. In the monthly podcasts, editors of the journal discuss highlights of the current issue.
 
The EndAllDisease Podcast is a series of evidence-based nutrition, cancer and red light therapy presentations by Bestselling author Mark Sloan. The goal of this podcasts is to create a better world by empowering individuals to take their health into their own hands. If you like learning new concepts and practical information that you can immediately apply to your life to better yourself, then you will absolutely love this show. Disclaimer: The information contained in this podcast is not med ...
 
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Podcasts from Australia's best known community radio station
 
Dr. Saif Ahmad our Podcast Editor brings you in-depth interviews with selected authors of papers published in recent editions of Clinical Oncology. The Clinical Oncology Podcasts aim to meet the people behind the science and gain their own unique perspective on the most important clinical and translational research which is impacting on the current treatment of cancer patients. Listen to these interviews on your chosen device at your convenience - commuting to work, at your desk, whilst out ...
 
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Inside Health
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Dr Mark Porter demystifies health issues, separating fact from fiction and bringing clarity to conflicting health advice, with the help of regular contributor GP Margaret McCartney
 
This masters level science course aims to give you an understanding of the application of physics to the techniques of radiotherapy, one of the key weapons in the fight against cancer. It is designed to enable you to develop a broad and balanced appreciation of this area of contemporary medicine, rather than a detailed ‘professional’ knowledge. The course explains the principles of applying basic physics to radiotherapy in dosimetry, external and internal treatment methods, treatment plannin ...
 
Physics World Weekly offers a unique insight into the latest news, breakthroughs and innovations from the global scientific community. Our award-winning journalists reveal what has captured their imaginations about the stories in the news this week, which might span anything from quantum physics and astronomy through to materials science, environmental research and policy, and biomedical science and technology. Find out more about the stories in this podcast by visiting the Physics World web ...
 
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Audio Interviews with Authors of articles in the JAMA Network Specialty Journals
 
New data were presented at the American Society of Clinical Oncology meeting in June 2010 in Chicago regarding the role of axillary management in the treatment of early stage breast cancer. Join Dr. Harold Burstein as he leads a multidisciplinary case discussion that confronts the question of how these new data may alter your practice now or in the future. Joining Dr. Burstein, an oncologist, are Dr. Jennifer Bellon, MD, an interventional radiologist, and Dr. Mehra Golshan, a surgeon. This c ...
 
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ESMO Open is the European Society for Medical Oncology’s online-only, peer-reviewed Open Access journal, dedicated to publishing high-quality medical research and educational content from all disciplines of oncology, with a focus on innovative clinical and translational cancer research. The journal is published by BMJ on behalf of ESMO. http://esmoopen.bmj.com/* The purpose of this podcast is to educate and to inform. The content of this podcast does not constitute medical advice and it is n ...
 
Interviews with authors of articles from JAMA Oncology. JAMA Oncology is the definitive journal for scientists, clinicians, and trainees in the field of oncology worldwide. Our original, innovative, and timely scientific and educational content provides a deeper understanding of cancer pathogenesis and recent treatment advances for our readers. JAMA Oncology aims to effectively convey the findings of important clinical research, major scientific breakthroughs, actionable discoveries, and sta ...
 
Center for Radiological Research at Columbia University Podcast Series
 
Oncology experts summarize current and emerging issues in cancer management for patients and caregivers. Information from the Global Resource for Advancing Cancer Education (GRACE) helps people to become informed partners in their care.
 
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The Lancet News is a weekly podcast brought to you by The Lancet. Our editors, Tim Dehnel and Dara Mohammadi, report on important, interesting, and sometimes quirky health-related happenings from around the world, while providing a rundown of the latest news from The Lancet, The Lancet Infectious Diseases, The Lancet Neurology, and The Lancet Oncology.
 
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Dr. Nick, Ms. Medic, Rainbow Doc and Prudence Steer discussed important but dour topics on this week’s Radiotherapy. The team discussed the government’s stance on tackling school students’ mental health, and he prevalence of alcohol consumption. Dr. Nick himself attended a conference in Victoria outlining the state government’s new assisted dyi ...…
 
We discuss the exciting new technology of MRI radiotherapy and how it may potentially transform clinical radiotherapy.By Various.
 
In this episode of the Physics World Weekly podcast, Anna Demming reports back from an event at the Society for Chemical Industry in London that focused on developing a supply chain in the UK for manufacturing the batteries that will be needed to create fleets of electric vehicles. Tami Freeman talks about her visit to the European Society for ...…
 
Interview with Donald A. Redelmeier, MD, FRCPC, MSHSR, FACP, author of Association Between Statin Use and Risk of Dementia After a Concussion
 
Dr Linden and Dr Lauren join Dr Shane in the studio. Earth’s moon could be tectonically active, peacock spiders, dangerous infections being caused by biofilms. Three guests who are speaking at the Pint of Science (bringing science to the public - in the pub) event. 1. Dr Georgia Atkin-Smith, Cell Biologist at the La Trobe Institute for Molecula ...…
 
Today we spoke to Annam's Jerry Mai about her new book Street Food Vietnam, chatted to super-chef Donovan Cooke about his upcoming collaboration with the Gin Palace, and we discussed home made raspberry wine with Diego Capalani.
 
Dr. Nick, Ms. Medic, Rainbow Doc and Prudence Steer discussed important but dour topics on this week’s Radiotherapy. The team discussed the government’s stance on tackling school students’ mental health, and he prevalence of alcohol consumption. Dr. Nick himself attended a conference in Victoria outlining the state government’s new assisted dyi ...…
 
Dr. Nick, Ms. Medic, Rainbow Doc and Prudence Steer discussed important but dour topics on this week’s Radiotherapy. The team discussed the government’s stance on tackling school students’ mental health, and he prevalence of alcohol consumption. Dr. Nick himself attended a conference in Victoria outlining the state government’s new assisted dyi ...…
 
Rex Hunter runs through the recent finding of the Iron Throne (oops Iron Crown) and the circumstances surrounding torpedoing. We’ll catch up with Jacqui Younger from Dive2U about the results of the ‘Oyster Watch’, a citizen science project looking at what has been growing on settlement plates at Blairgowrie Marina, in partnership with the VNPA. ...…
 
This week on Breakfasters, Daniel Burt officially joins Sarah Smith and Geraldine Hickey to create a new power trio. To get to know the new addition, Geraldine quizzes Daniel to find out which Powerpuff Girl he is. We also learn that Daniel once applied for a work experience with RRR's Breakfasters. Dr Jen joins the trio for this week’s Weird S ...…
 
In this week’s episode of the Physics World Weekly podcast, Hamish Johnston discusses the future prospects for particle physics. Hamish reports back from the April Meeting of the American Physical Society in Denver, Colorado, where he spoke to Fermilab’s Vladimir Shiltsev about the process of selecting the next big European collider that could ...…
 
Interview with Michael X. Repka, MD, MBA, author of Visual Acuity and Ophthalmic Outcomes in the Year After Cataract Surgery Among Children Younger Than 13 Years
 
This week Richard is first joined by Nicole Beyer for an interesting chat about the arts policy election. Followed by David Finningan, discussing his show You’re Safe Til 2024 as part of the ART+CLIMATE=CHANGE Festival. Wrapping up the show with dancer and choreographer Sue Healey, talking about her upcoming show Body, and her experience workin ...…
 
Kee Yuan Ngiam (National University Hospital Singapore, Singapore) discusses a duo of papers exploring big data and machine-learning algorithms for healthcare delivery and pathology in oncology.By The Lancet.
 
Interview with Todd Rosengart, MD, author of Transition Planning for the Senior Surgeon: Guidance and Recommendations From the Society of Surgical Chairs
 
Interview with Katy J.L. Bell, PhD, author of Patients’ Views About Skin Self-examination After Treatment for Localized Melanoma
 
David Walker, Emeritus Professor at Deakin University, joined Amy in the studio to discuss his new book, Stranded Nation: White Australia in an Asian Region (UWA Press). It provides a nuanced history of Australia's relationship with and perception of Asia in the late 19th century and early-mid 20th century. David and Amy discuss Australia's rel ...…
 
David Walker, Emeritus Professor at Deakin University, joined Amy in the studio to discuss his new book, Stranded Nation: White Australia in an Asian Region (UWA Press). It provides a nuanced history of Australia's relationship with and perception of Asia in the late 19th century and early-mid 20th century. David and Amy discuss Australia's rel ...…
 
The Night Eats the World, Spider Baby (1967) and Ága were discussed. With Paul Anthony Nelson, Emma Westwood and Sally Christie.
 
Interview with George F. Sawaya, MD, author of Estimated Quality of Life and Economic Outcomes Associated With 12 Cervical Cancer Screening Strategies: A Cost-effectiveness Analysis, and Sarah Feldman, M.D. M.P.H., author of Screening Options for Preventing Cervical Cancer
 
Title: Peak Pikachu Podcast Title: BAAHUBALI PODDY PODDY BOOM BOOM!! Science Fiction, Fantasy and Historical Radio with Rob Jan & Megan McKeough. We go hunting for Pokemon with Detective Pikachu, and checkout the Indian epic Baahubali! For playlists, show notes, and news see the 3RRR website at: http://www.rrr.org.au/program/zero-g/playlists Fo ...…
 
Einstein A Go Go - Sunday 12th May 2019 Dr Euan, Dr Jen, Dr Chris KP and Dr Shane. Science news items: New research into box jellyfish treatment, climate change concern results, cat scent-marking, the remains of gravitational waves, First Guest: Emily Edwards, PhD Research Fellow B Cell Differentiation Laboratory Department of Immunology and Pa ...…
 
This week, Dylan speaks with Mark Willacy from the ABC about the prevalence of youth being locked up with adults in Australian jails. Then, author and journalist, Richard Cooke comes on the show to talk about his new book Tired of Winning: A Chronicle of American Decline, that deals with the contemporary issues facing the United States.…
 
Today we caught up with John at the Vic Market, food writer and Melbourne Food & Wine Festival's Pat Nourse, and chef at The Atlantic Nick Mahlook.
 
Mel-Practice, Nurse Epi-Pen and Doctor G-spot ran the ship of this week’s pre-Winter vessel on Radiotherapy. Nurse Sonya Ellia visited the Radiotherapy team today to delve into her expertise in the world of vaccinations. Working at the Royal Children’s Hospital she impart all of her vaccination and virus wisdom. Professor Peter Mitchell also vi ...…
 
Mel-Practice, Nurse Epi-Pen and Doctor G-spot ran the ship of this week’s pre-Winter vessel on Radiotherapy. Nurse Sonya Ellia visited the Radiotherapy team today to delve into her expertise in the world of vaccinations. Working at the Royal Children’s Hospital she impart all of her vaccination and virus wisdom. Professor Peter Mitchell also vi ...…
 
Mel-Practice, Nurse Epi-Pen and Doctor G-spot ran the ship of this week’s pre-Winter vessel on Radiotherapy. Nurse Sonya Ellia visited the Radiotherapy team today to delve into her expertise in the world of vaccinations. Working at the Royal Children’s Hospital she impart all of her vaccination and virus wisdom. Professor Peter Mitchell also vi ...…
 
Neil Blake brings us the latest of marine citizen science around Port Phillip Bay, including some observations about those pesky Northern Pacific Seastars (yep they’re still around!), and Neil’s thoughts on their current and potential future management. Then we speak with David Cazzulino from the Australian Marine Conservation Society about nex ...…
 
In this presentation, you’re going to learn how hearing works, the root cause of hearing loss and how hearing loss can be prevented and maybe even reversed. Be sure to stick around until the end and I’ll tell you about some of the most important nutrients for hearing as well as the specific foods most rich in these nutrients. That way you can e ...…
 
It is Jeff’s last time on Breakfasters, and this week has been filled with quality interviews, great stories and heart-warming chats. Sarah shares a story from her surf adventure and the characters she encountered. Joel Bray came to the studio to talk about his show Daddy, a solo dance cabaret that combines humour and tenderness. Producer Eliza ...…
 
Interview with Jeanne Tie, author of Prognostic Potential of Circulating Tumor DNA Measurement in Postoperative Surveillance of Nonmetastatic Colorectal Cancer
 
Interview with Jeanne Tie, author of Prognostic Potential of Circulating Tumor DNA Measurement in Postoperative Surveillance of Nonmetastatic Colorectal Cancer
 
On this episode of Backstory, Mel Cranenburgh chats to writer Melanie Cheng about her debut novel, Room for a Stranger [https://www.textpublishing.com.au/books/room-for-a-stranger] Melanie is best known for her award winning collection of short stories, Australia Day. Then Julie Ganner and Sarah Runcie drop in to talk about the launch of Inclus ...…
 
Renowned philosopher Peter Singer, Professor in Bioethics at Princeton University, joined Amy to discuss utilitarianism and effective altruism, as well as his philosophical arguments on how we should treat animals. We also discussed his seminal work, Animal Liberation, first published in 1975. Peter Singer is appearing as part of Law Week for L ...…
 
Renowned philosopher Peter Singer, Professor in Bioethics at Princeton University, joined Amy to discuss utilitarianism and effective altruism, as well as his philosophical arguments on how we should treat animals. We also discussed his seminal work, Animal Liberation, first published in 1975. Peter Singer is appearing as part of Law Week for L ...…
 
3 Faces, The Killing (1956) and Top End Wedding were discussed. With Paul Anthony Nelson, Cerise Howard and Sally Christie.
 
Title: Salem's Lol Podcast Title: A Pod By Any Other Name Science Fiction, Fantasy and Historical Radio with Rob Jan & Megan McKeough. A review of All is True, a Shakespeare biopic, a bit of a look at the rise of Endgame in the box office, and we get cosy with The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, season 2. For playlists, show notes, and news see ...…
 
Today we spoke to Burch & Purchese's Darren Purchese about his new book "Chefs Eat Breakfast Too", Smith & Daughters chef Shannon Martinez chatted about how to cook a decent quality meal for $4 per head, and we quizzed mushroom guru Cameron Russell about the current state of the mycelium.
 
Panel Beater, and Dr. Scharma tackled the important topic of gut-health this week on Radiotherapy. The team’s first guest was gastroenterologist Dr. Chamara Basnayake who delved into what gastroenterology entails as well as the importance of diet. From Dr. Basnayake, the team called up Bobbie Riley, who was diagnosed with Ulcerative Colitis at ...…
 
Panel Beater, and Dr. Scharma tackled the important topic of gut-health this week on Radiotherapy. The team’s first guest was gastroenterologist Dr. Chamara Basnayake who delved into what gastroenterology entails as well as the importance of diet. From Dr. Basnayake, the team called up Bobbie Riley, who was diagnosed with Ulcerative Colitis at ...…
 
Panel Beater, and Dr. Scharma tackled the important topic of gut-health this week on Radiotherapy. The team’s first guest was gastroenterologist Dr. Chamara Basnayake who delved into what gastroenterology entails as well as the importance of diet. From Dr. Basnayake, the team called up Bobbie Riley, who was diagnosed with Ulcerative Colitis at ...…
 
Dr Shane, Dr Linden, Dr Laura and Dr Ray bring you this week’s hottest science news: windspeeds over the ocean have increased, cellular functions persisting after brain death in pigs, and contaminants, including cocaine, found in runoff water. The team chat with Kate Ferris from March for Science Australia. They also interview Dr Jason Paxman, ...…
 
As we transition into the month of May, Jeff has a big announcement to make on Breakfasters this week. Mish Grigor is joins the crew in the studio to talk about "The Temple", the new comedy theatre running at Malthouse this May. ART+CLIMATE=CHANGE 2019 Festival is happening, and American artist and activist Beka Economopoulos has been in Melbou ...…
 
In this episode of the Physics World Weekly podcast, Matin Durrani reports from CERN where he learns all about the ongoing major upgrade to the large hadron collider (LHC). Researchers and engineers explain what the High-Luminosity LHC – due to switch on in 2021 – will mean for the various experiments, including ATLAS, CMS and LHCb. Also in the ...…
 
On this episode of Backstory, host Mel Cranenburgh chats about two new novels: one from Andrea Goldsmith titled Invented Lives [https://andreagoldsmith.com.au/] and another from the one and only Melina Marchetta, The Place on Dalhousie [https://www.penguin.com.au/books/the-place-on-dalhousie-9780143793533]…
 
Australia’s first music thanatologist Peter Roberts plays the harp for the sick and dying. Farshid Akhlaghi has made a film about Peter and the special impact he’s had on the lives of many, especially in Geelong. Farshid and Peter joined Amy in the studio to discuss the Australian Premiere of From Music into Silence - screening at Cinema Nova i ...…
 
Australia’s first music thanatologist Peter Roberts plays the harp for the sick and dying. Farshid Akhlaghi has made a film about Peter and the special impact he’s had on the lives of many, especially in Geelong. Farshid and Peter joined Amy in the studio to discuss the Australian Premiere of From Music into Silence - screening at Cinema Nova i ...…
 
Seconds (1966), Gloria Bell and Celeste were discussed. With Paul Anthony Nelson, Cerise Howard and Emma Westwood.
 
Get 3 FREE books for signing up to our newsletter: https://endalldisease.com/subscribe In this video you’re going to learn what people did to clean themselves before the invention of toilet paper, what some toilet paperless cultures of today use to clean themselves, and 10 reasons why you should ditch the toilet paper and begin using one of the ...…
 
Interview with J. Donald Easton, jdeaston, author of Risk for Major Hemorrhages in Patients Receiving Clopidogrel and Aspirin Compared With Aspirin Alone After Transient Ischemic Attack or Minor Ischemic Stroke: A Secondary Analysis of the POINT Randomized Clinical Trial
 
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