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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.
 
Colorectal cancer patients are often faced with circumstances related to their disease that aren't often or openly discussed. In Taboo-ty : The Fight Colorectal Cancer Podcast we delve into those topics that are sometimes considered controversial, trending or just plain interesting. Listen in as we talk to experts, patients and caregivers who provide accurate, real and practical information for cancer survivors -- it’s time for us to bring these topics to light! Listen in from anywhere - fro ...
 
For more than 20 years, CRICO has analyzed claims and suits from the Harvard medical community to understand causes of error. We have learned that 67% of claims fall into four high risk areas: Diagnosis, Obstetrics, Surgery and Medication.
 
Experts discuss controversies in coloproctology, from the Editors of Techniques in Coloproctology
 
Independent and targeted hematology/oncology news for cancer patient care team; breaking clinical news; oncology analysis and commentary; professional trends.
 
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This series is sponsored by Hong Kong Medical Specialists Association. It contains 8 stories of cancer patients based on real cases including : Lymophoma, Nasopharyngeal Cancer, HER2 Gastric cancer, Glioblastoma (GBM Brain Tumor), Colorectal Cancer, Lung Cancer, Breast Cancer & Myelofibrosis.
 
A one-on-one interview with survivors, care-givers and others affected by the all-too-common, but not as “famous” cancer. Join us as a new guest shares their story and shines some light on the darkness of colorectal cancer.
 
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Transcript:In this episode of the white for wellness show, you and I will have a look at a study exploring whether highly processed foods can lead to cancer and other serious medical conditions. We'll talk about easy ways to lower your consumption of highly processed foods and why it's important to do exactly that.00:29 This is Stephen Carter f ...…
 
Episode #101- Taped February 28, 2018 March is National Colorectal cancer awareness month- colorectal cancer affects people in all racial and ethnic groups and is most often found in people age 50 and older; the good news? If everyone age 50 and older were screened regularly- 6 out of 10 deaths from colon cancer could be prevented; For childhoo ...…
 
The interplay of gut microbiota, the microbiome, and diet influence GI health and susceptibility to colorectal cancer. Butyrate, a metabolite with tumor-suppressive properties, may provide protection against cancer development. Research scientist Scott Bultman, Ph.D., shares his insights on the effects of the microbiome in epigenetic events and ...…
 
We all know of people that unfortunately have suffered or are currently battling cancer. But how much do we know about the way they are coping? How can we help them and their loved ones? Each case is different and each person is responding differently. I spoke to Gila Clarke who is currently undergoing chemotherapy to combat colon cancer known ...…
 
Tim & Lucas spoke with Karen D. Yacobucci from Henry Ford Allegiance Health about colon cancer, symptoms and solutions. Find out more at https://www.allegiancehealth.org/services/cancer-care
 
About the episode: I am so excited to welcome Diane McAdams to Swift Talk this episode! Diane is a Coach who is all about changing lives! She is a Metastatic Colorectal Cancer survivor and during this episode we talk transparently and bring awareness around symptoms and prevention. This conversation is about the recovery process; spiritual reco ...…
 
Stacy Borho and Tim Johnson of In The Neighborhood sit down with Wendy Lewis and Suzanne Miller to talk about Colorectal Cancer.
 
In this month’s Taboo-ty Podcast episode, Fight CRC interviews Joanna Burgess BSN, RN, CWOCN, about life with an ostomy. Joanna answers some common questions people have about ostomy, including skin preparation, emergency supplies, tips for travel and staying active, and more. Joanna, who has lived with an ostomy since age 3, currently works as ...…
 
In Part 2 of 4, gastroenterologist and hepatologist Datin Dr Wendy Lim Wan Dee of Sunway Medical Centre walks us through a typical colorectal examination. This show is part 2 of a series on colorectal health. Listen to the other shows here: Part 1: Colorectal Health #1: Anatomy Part 3: Colorectal Health #3: Gut Health Part 4: Colorectal Health ...…
 
We'll talk about the importance of screening - using those little home tests - to detect it early, as it is treatable and beatable
 
This week’s show featured Susan Eustice with the Salvation Army promoting the annual DJ’s Hero Awards Luncheon, which awards college scholarships in addition to being a fundraiser for the Army. Then, Paul Shadle talked about his battle with colorectal cancer, culminating in an awareness campaign he’s featured in on the NASDAQ building in Times ...…
 
Dr John Marshall discusses new science in pancreatic and colorectal cancers, presented at the 2018 Gastrointestinal Cancers Symposium.
 
In this episode Chris Wark shares his story on how he beat Stage 3 colorectal cancer.
 
Known only as "Family Doc" on The Tom Roten Morning Show, Dr. Drew Apgar got the bad news 2 months ago that he has Stage 4 ColoRectal Cancer. Listen as he shares his very personal story of regret that he didn't get checked sooner.
 
Full text - http://bit.ly/2yVSSPaOncotarget | Interview with Dr. Jaclyn Hechtman from the Department of Pathology Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, New York, NY, USAtalking about their Cover paper - Volume 7 Issue 32 - Oncotarget -"Recurrent, truncating SOX9 mutations are associated with SOX9 overexpression, KRAS mutation, and TP53 wild t ...…
 
In this month’s Taboo-ty Podcast episode, complex GI nurse, Andrea Lee, talks about the benefits mindfulness practices can have on colorectal cancer patients and their loved ones. She shares some recent research on the subject, explains tips to get started, and inspiresusall to give it a try. This is a podcast not to be missed as it’s filled wi ...…
 
Bowel obstruction is a common surgical presentation and in the presence of ischaemia carries a mortality up to 40%. What makes the diagnosis? How good are the investigations?Gareth talks to Miss Nicola Eardley, Consultant General and Colorectal Surgeon at Chester, about the important steps in the diagnosis and management from history and examin ...…
 
In this month’s Taboo-ty Podcast episode, Kristina Smith reflects on her experience as a caregiver – the ups and the down. Being a loved one of someone with colorectal cancer means there is a shift to a new normal, which is not an easy adjustment. Kristina shares her perspective and gives advice to other caregivers, spouses and loved ones of th ...…
 
Jo appeared on the 2016 Radio-Telethon. Jo was diagnosed in March 2015 with pancreatic cancer that metastasized to her liver and lymph nodes. She was having stomach pains for a couple of months, and when the pain got severe, she went to the doctor and then to the emergency room where they discovered a tumor in her pancreas. Jo came to Dana-Farb ...…
 
Michael was diagnosed with colon cancer in June 2016 after a routine colonoscopy. He is in a clinical trial that has included surgery and chemotherapy and is still in treatment. Michael works for the US Postal Office and enjoys carpentry. Donnamarie was diagnosed with breast cancer in January 2016. Her treatment has included chemotherapy, radia ...…
 
Dr Jennifer Lai discusses her article, "Association between Breast Cancer and the Risk of Colorectal Cancer: Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis" from the September issue.
 
“Being a trumpet player in an orchestra taught me what moves and inspires people.” Michael Sapienza was a world-class orchestra musician traveling and performing around the globe when he discovered that his mom had colon cancer. Not even knowing at first where a colon was located, he dived into research and realized that few resources were avai ...…
 
In this month’s Taboo-ty Podcast episode, Dr. Kristin Kilbourn from the University of Colorado and Fight CRC’s Andi Dwyer discuss some unique challenges that could be associated with having a genetic predisposition to colorectal cancer.
 
Wowednesday for Women! What a great day it is and will be tomorrow, as long as you awaken…Ok so this MILK thing is crazy and I have to get people to STOP drinking this poison!! Read the article and then go straight to the podcast! The Truth about Dairy According to Dr. Willett, who has done many studies and reviewed the research on this topic, ...…
 
According to the American Cancer Society, more than 40,000 adults will be diagnosed with primary liver cancer this year. More commonly, cancer will metastasize to the liver from another part of the body, such as the colon. It's estimated that more than 135,000 people will be diagnosed with colorectal cancer in 2017. Roughly 50 percent of people ...…
 
Colon cancer is one of the leading causes of death in the United States and African Americans are hit even harder than the average. On this episode listen to some of the staggering numbers & effects of colon cancer that can almost be prevented with routine screening. I can tell you that I have always been a strong advocate for my patients but i ...…
 
Medicine Grand RoundsJuly 7 2017Harold C. Sox, MDDirector of Peer Review and Scientific Publication Patient-Centered Outcomes Research InstituteProfessor of Medicine and of The Dartmouth Institute, Active Emeritus The Geisel School of Medicine at DartmouthBy questions@hitchcock.org.
 
"Q-Less" (DS9) - Angelica Bastién, essayist and writer, joins Scott to discuss DS9’s “Q-Less” (S1E7). Topics include how the Klingons have had enough time in the limelight, Ezri Dax (not appearing this in episode), and how terrible Wesley Crusher is (who also doesn’t appear in this episode). Fair warning, this episode of Random Trek features so ...…
 
"The Lights of Zetar" isn't good Star Trek. - Clint Ecker, programmer and snazzy dresser, joins Scott to discuss TOS’s “The Lights of Zetar” (S3E18). Topics include sexism IN SPACE, Scotty’s loneliness, and Shari Lewis. Host Scott McNulty with Clint Ecker.By podcast@theincomparable.com (The Incomparable).
 
From 2016: Kimmie Ng, MD, MPH, director of clinical research for Dana-Farber’s Gastrointestinal Cancer Center, discusses colorectal cancer prevention, including screening, risk factors, and ways to lower risk.
 
* Overview and Definition of Generic Drugs* The Difference Between Generic Drugs and Brand Name Drugs* Are Generic Drugs as Effective as Brand-Name Drugs in Cancer Treatment?* Managing the Costs of Treatment with Generic Drugs* How are Generic Drugs Approved?* The Difference Between Generic Drugs and Biosimilars* The Role of Clinical Trials* Th ...…
 
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