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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.
 
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Life really hit us with a shit stick two days before Christmas when we found out that Shaza has a brain tumour. It has since paralysed half of her face and caused a lot of pain and suffering. But we don't like to dwell. We definitely like to milk the cancer cow though. Join us week by week as we get closer and closer to remission. Hopefully some of our more out there experiences will either bring you peace and comfort, or simply entertain you for about 30 minutes. DISCLAIMER: This is not ful ...
 
Hot & Delicious: Rocks The Planet is a weekly Bondi Beach Radio show and podcast where we interview inspiring people and entrepreneurs across a range of industries (incl. music, film/tv, comedy, fashion, travel and more) about what makes them tick as people and drives their hunger for success. For more visit: www.hotndelicious.com
 
Stories, interviews and discussions about the running world, from the editors of Canadian Running magazine.
 
The Surgical Grand Rounds, hosted by the Nuffield Department of Surgical Sciences, are the key educational meetings for consultants, juniors and medical students. Presentations revolve around clinical cases and are followed by lively, educational discussion. These podcasts are brought to you by the Oxford University Medical Education Fellows.
 
Testimonies of amazing things God does in people’s lives. Signs, wonders and miracles. www.revivalontheairtoday.com
 
Welcome to this award-winning podcast series from the UK Parliament. In the series, writer and comedian Meera Syal guides you through the people and processes of the UK Parliament – what Parliament is, how Parliament scrutinises the work of the Government, and how you can get involved.In this politically impartial series, Meera is joined by staff from the House of Lords and the House of Commons, including Regional Outreach Officers, Clerks, Committee Specialists and Doorkeepers, who talk abo ...
 
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The eLife Podcast, from eLife, the researcher-led, open access digital publication for outstanding research in life science and biomedicine.
 
Do we wear too many hats? Whilst I was deciding if I was wearing too many hats being a hat designer, Author and Charity Instructor, test confirmed that my mother had Alzheimers. I became her Caretaker. So yes my Life is a hat party and sharing this journey helps the journey.
 
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OPTIMAL HEALTH SEEKERS’ RADIO, airing Sundays at 4pm Eastern, is a show that educates inspires and empowers people seeking to find their own personal level of optimal health. Host Trish Robichaud brings a voice of compassion, logic and humour to those who are motivated to take an active, even proactive role in managing their health. A multiple award winning Disability Awareness Coach, Maximum Life & Business Coach, Author, Facilitator, Advocate & Motivational Speaker, Robichaud lives with mu ...
 
Welcome to the Royal Society Publishing video podcast channel.The series will bring you an insight into the research behind some of the articles published by the Society. Each episode features an interview related to one or more of the most exciting articles published in the Royal Society journals.
 
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On tour and in the studio with a professional singer
 
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In 2009, while training for her first half marathon, Lisa Sweetman began noticing unusual and unsettling changes in her body. Her joints ached, her energy plummeted and she began putting on a lot of weight. It would be another several months of self-advocacy before she would receive a definitive, and distressing, diagnosis: a brain tumour. Lisa ...…
 
8 Reasons To Go Booze-Free May-Be On this week’s special edition BOOZE-FREE MAY-BE* episode, I share the Top 8 highlights and Top Tips I’ve experienced thus far on my alcohol-free* month of May around: Journaling. Sleep. Mobile Phones In The Bedroom. Endorphins, Energy and Mindset. Ways To Treat Yourself and Be Kind To Yourself. Saving Money. I ...…
 
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.
 
Kerri Glasscock has been the director and CEO of the Sydney Fringe Festival since 2013. It’s the largest independent arts festival in NSW, Australia. She is also a director of City Recital Hall, and has operated the artist-run Venue 505 in Surry Hills since 2004. Kerri Glasscock is the co-chair of the City of Sydney’s new Nightlife and Creative ...…
 
Welcome to a very special collaboration episode of Hot & Delicious: Rocks The Planet! with special guest Benny Wallington, founder of 101 Tokens, a new community of people taking back control over their alcohol consumption. Creating new drinking habits and a better all-round lifestyle. 5 million Australians drinking three times or more a week w ...…
 
Ms Sarah Kessler discusses and shows clips from ‘The Checklist Effect’, the award-winning documentary inspired by the WHO Surgical Safety Checklist. Professor Shafi Ahmed talks about his passion around innovation, technology, global health and education, and how they marry together.Ms Sarah Kessler is Producer of the feature-length documentary ...…
 
How the brain handles sensations from amputated body parts, evidence that government vaccination campaigns to target measles really work, the heel-prick blood test at birth that can detect prematurity, testing the reproducibility of science at the level of a whole nation, and the multipartite viruses the spread as an infectious swarm: scientist ...…
 
Today’s solocast podcast comes in 3 parts: MARKETING FAIL: "I will give you exposure”. Crediting creative works - photography, videography and artwork. ANZAC Day. Learning about ANZAC Day as an Australian. What you can do. "I will give you exposure”. Epic fail! On today’s show I’m going to dive into one of the phrases I loathe most in the creat ...…
 
This week we are rebroadcasting a episode from last year featuring the Lane 6 program. Lane 6 is a partnership between Canadian Running and Nike. Along with Toronto Community Housing, they created a one-on-one mentorship program, pairing experienced runners from the community with at-risk youth, aged 7-18. The second annual Lane 6 program start ...…
 
Professor Chris Pugh gives a talk on clinical academic training and the role OUCAGS (Oxford University Clinical Academic Graduate School) plays. Professor Chris Pugh is Professor of Renal Medicine, Director of OUCAGS and Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, Health Education England – Thames Valley.By Chris Pugh.
 
New Zealand-born, Spirit-filled Christian, Jason is confronted by extreme chest pain which a month later was diagnosed as a tear in the pericardium heart lining. The pain was severe enough to prevent Jason from working in his building job, and it started placing a financial burden on his wife and son. This episode explores the ups and downs of ...…
 
Thousands of runners will toe the line on Monday for the 123rd running on the Boston Marathon. One of those runners is Newfoundland's Derm Holwell. On Monday, Holwell will run his 29th consecutive Boston Marathon. An athlete with the Mississauga Nomads Running Team and a cancer survivor, Holwell is also part of an exclusive group known as The Q ...…
 
Dr Raman Uberoi talks about interventional radiology and gastrointestinal haemorrhage. Dr Raman Uberoi is a Consultant Radiologist at Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.By Raman Uberoi.
 
The Spring Run Off is Toronto's oldest continuously-held road race. Olympians, world record holders, and masses of Canadian runners turn up for one of the most challenging road races in the country. In this episode we chat with journalist Alex Hutchinson, professional runner Dayna Pidhoresky, and Spring Run Off co-founder Dave Reid.…
 
Canberra represent! This week we kick it with GABS Hottest 100 craft beer killer and BentSpoke Brewery head brewer and co-founder Richard Watkins. Let’s get into it! Connect withBentSpoke Brewing Co online: https://www.instagram.com/BENTSPOKEBEER/ https://www.facebook.com/BentSpokeBeer https://twitter.com/BentSpokeBeer https://www.bentspokebrew ...…
 
Professor Amir Ghaferi discusses the current state of communication in healthcare and in particular surgery. Is there a failure in need of rescue? Professor Amir Ghaferi is Associate Professor of Surgery and Business at the University of Michigan.By Amir Ghaferi.
 
CS Pramesh discusses ten low-value or harmful practises that should be avoided in cancer care in India.By The Lancet.
 
The Boston Marathon is one of the oldest and most prestigious road races in the world. But there’s another race, in Hamilton Ontario, that proudly proclaims its status as the oldest race in North America. Around the Bay celebrates its 125th anniversary this year. This race hasn’t only been around for longer than the Boston Marathon, but it has ...…
 
“Wear A HAT Day” Quip by Jann Timms • Selected Quotes from Passport to Pimlico by Chapeau Claudette spoken and edited by Jann Timms
 
The shellfish that release insulin into the water to catch fish, brain activity patterns that predict future addictions, how to do gene drive experiments safely, and is the first author position gender neutral? Chris Smith talks to leading scientists publishing groundbreaking papers in eLife...By The Naked Scientists.
 
Bondi Beach-based street artist NOT NOT aka Cam Scott captured my attention and imagination last year with 'Digital Realities’ - his thought provoking street art series designed to have us individually to consider the impact of the behaviours and addictions that the major platforms and mobile phone technology are creating, breeding and feeding ...…
 
Is it ever too late? Episode 80 #Brexit #ClimateJustice On the 29th of March 2019 is Wear a HAT DAY in the U.K. planned for years on the last Friday in March. The Brexit Deadline changed at the last minute!! Here is an invitation from me and the question: Is it ever too late?? The Age of Stupid Trailer : https://youtu.be/DZjsJdokC0s…
 
This episode is all about girl power! We start by chatting with the new Canadian marathon record holder Rachel Cliff, who ran 2:26:56 in the Nagoya Women's Marathon 2 weeks ago. Cliff talks about breaking barriers, and the joy of running in a women's only race. Sasha Gollish and Jess O'Connell are athlete ambassadors for Fast and Female, a not- ...…
 
Brain Tumour post-op 2012. Operation #2. 32 staples. Ladies dig scars, right? . Podcast Feature: Life and lessons having lived through 3 brain tumours - going completely deaf on 1 side, facial paralysis and learning how to walk again. . Imagine being 25 years of age, looking at yourself in the mirror, not looking any different, not feeling any ...…
 
This is an episode from the Archives…sort of. I recorded this one back in 2018, but the quality of the recording was so poor that it’s taken a long time to rescue it. It’s worth the wait though. I interview Pr Sammy Mwanzia from Kenya, who was visiting Australia. I have an interesting connection to Pr Sammy – I grew up in a country town in Sout ...…
 
Over the last 2 weeks we saw a Canadian record, a world record, and a USports record each get broken. We bring you results from the NCAA, USports and Canadian Masters indoor track championships. Plus, we bring you juicy news from the roads and the trails. We didn't release an episode of The Shakeout Podcast last week, but a lot has happened rec ...…
 
Miss Renata Greco talks about personalised external aortic root support and in particular the Oxford experience with this technique. Miss Renata Greco is a Senior Aortic Fellow for the Complex Aortic Surgery Team at the Oxford Heart Centre.By Renata Greco.
 
This episode features Danny and Mandi, a married couple who came from such different backgrounds when they met as teenagers. Danny had a fiery temper that was fueled from a violent, alcohol infused upbringing, while Mandi was taught good Christian values from a young age. Many years later they live a happily married life that would not have las ...…
 
Bianca Hoeben discusses the latest guidelines from the SIOPE radiotherapy working group on vertebral radiotherapy dose in paediatric patients.By The Lancet.
 
In the week of International Women’s Day. Listen to my interview with Karen Turner., an inspiring woman, sharing her creative process and the inspiration behind her 3 blooming self-portraits. Karen Turneris an artist and curator of www.cavepimlico.co.uk, a space/gallery in Pimlico, London, that re-absorbs Objects into the Fabric of Life, is hos ...…
 
We are officially inside 50 days until the 2019 Boston Marathon. In this episode we talk with one of Canada's fastest marathoners and coaches about how to make the most of your spring race prep. In 2013, Rob Watson found himself leading the Boston Marathon. Determined to stick to his race plan, he continued to lead the elite field for almost 25 ...…
 
Why one in five published papers that use cultured cells may be wrong, the frog that sings underwater without air, genes that make you live longer, seeing evolution through bats' eyes, and do brainier people have bigger brain cells? Join Chris Smith as he talks to the authors of five hard-hitting new papers published in eLife...…
 
Rad rad rad…. welcome to a very special episode of Hot & Delicious: Rocks The Planet! podcast where this week, I’m podcasting live from Macleay College in Sydney with a lecture on Content Strategy - Platforms, Content Execution and Distribution. I provide you with all the top tips & tools to write a strategy for your business or brand, no matte ...…
 
This week on the show we connect with sports psychology consultant Dr. Penny Werthner to explore the link between running and mental health. We talk about stigma, resources, and the myriad positive effects that running can have on mental health and wellbeing.By Kate Van Buskirk.
 
Professor Giles Toogood talks about his background which combined sport and surgery, and discusses the advances in hepatobiliary. Professor Giles Toogood is a Professor of Hepatobiliary Surgery at Leeds University.By Giles Toogood.
 
This week on The Shakeout we dive into what it's like to be a runner's partner. We bring you the story of five different couples who are in a relationship with each other, but also with running. Today's guests are Osi Nriagu, Alan Bagoo, Maddie Davidson, Jeremy Rae and Will Roumanis. All of these people are in a relationship with a runner. Some ...…
 
This week’s show is with the co-founders of Bondi Bandits, Amy Lynch and Annie Pryor. Bondi Bandits is a company which provides solutions to the worlds plastic pollution. They have developed eco, recyclable products which give back. Bondi Bandits are a social enterprise set-up to create unisex and sustainable surfing apparel for the children's ...…
 
Pr Brian from Mt.Gambier tells of his miraculous healing from Glaucoma that confounded his doctor over 40 years ago, along with his wife Anne’s complete healing from being paralysed from the waist down. He also talks about his travels to Kenya, Rwanda and Uganda, and the many miracles he witnessed there through the power of prayer. It’s a remar ...…
 
Aside from demonstrating her slightly more special qualities, we wanted you all to meet my mum and get a sense of where she is at and how she handles this cancer journey. She really carries the biggest load of this burden, dedicating a lot of her time and energy not only taking care of Shaz, but also making sure that she is up to scratch with w ...…
 
This week on the Shakeout we dive into the dark world of doping. We bring you the story of the Russian drug scandal that rocked the global athletic community. And we discuss the response, or lack thereof, from the organizations tasked with ensuring clean sport. In this episode we dissect the culture of state-sponsored doping. We speak with Paul ...…
 
An INVITATION to an Art Exhibition and a letter of Gratitude to a special family. Inspired by Nelson Mandela Foundation call to action #BETHELEGACY for everyone to do what ever they can, to make this world a better place for those who need a helping hand. http://bit.ly/InviteFeb8th
 
Anna Bibby joins The Lancet Oncology to discuss recent developments in the treament of malignant plural mesothelioma.By The Lancet.
 
This month in the eLife Podcast, how scientists got oestrogen signalling all wrong in breast cancer, fungus-farming ants and their microbial helpers, how smells influence memory, the tension between Pacific mineral riches and deep-sea species, and how oxytocin boosts bravery...By The Naked Scientists.
 
Professor Peter Friend, Dr David Nasralla and Dr Carlo Ceresa discuss liver transplantation and why they are replacing conventional cold storage in an ice box with normothermic automated, transportable liver preservation. Professor Peter Friend is Professor of Transplantation at the Nuffield Department of Surgical Sciences, and Dr David Nasrall ...…
 
Middle distance phenom Gabriela Stafford set 2 indoor Canadian records in the last 3 weeks. The University of Toronto student and Olympian ran 14:57.45 in the 5000m on January 4th, and 4:24.80 in the mile yesterday. Stafford has been busy lately: in addition to her 2 national records, she changed training groups, moved to Scotland, and got marr ...…
 
'Becoming Colleen: Finding the Shoe that Fits' is a documentary about an 85 year old transgender woman, transitioning from male to female in the coastal community of Coffs Harbour on the NSW mid-north coast. Having lived most of her life as Colin – a husband, father, policeman, film-projectionist and self-declared shoe fetishist, Colleen has ha ...…
 
We have Alex and Jos with us on this episode, sharing with you their perspectives on what it's like to wait at hospital, and wait for news in general. We also update you all on the night that Shaza had a seizure. It was no walk in the park folks.By Xanthe & Shaza.
 
Professor Dominic Furniss and Dr Akira Wiberg discuss the tremendous connection we have between the hand and the brain, focusing their talk on Dupuytren's Disease and Carpal Tunnel Syndrome. Professor Dominic Furniss is Associate Professor at the Nuffield Department of Orthopaedics, Rheumatology and Musculoskeletal Sciences (NDORMS) and Dr Akir ...…
 
Pr Chris from our Hungary fellowship, and his wife Monika, tell their story, which started when Chris, as a young Spirit Filled Christian, moved to Hungary and met Monika, who came from a communist background – how was that ever going to work without God’s intervention? Today, many years later, they have been involved in building a great fellow ...…
 
Super inspiring chat with One Wave founder Grant Trebilco about self awareness, mental health and making a positive impact on the lives of others, recorded LIVE in Bondi Beach. OneWave is a global non-profit surf community at 150 beaches in 50 countries, set-up to tackle mental health issues with a simple recipe...saltwater therapy, surfing and ...…
 
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