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In this podcast, Cancer.Net Associate Editor Dr. Norah Lynn Henry discusses several studies presented at the 2019 San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium, held December tenth through fourteenth in San Antonio, Texas.
In this podcast, oncology social worker and 2-time breast cancer survivor Hester Hill Schnipper discusses ways to cope with the fear of recurrence.
In today’s podcast, Dr. Ryan Nipp and Dr. Electra Paskett will discuss their article “Overcoming Barriers to Clinical Trial Enrollment,” from the 2019 ASCO Educational Book. They discuss why it is important for people with cancer to participate in clinical trials and some of the reasons people may not be able to participate in clinical trials. They also discuss finding financial resources, the informed consent process, and the role of patient navigators.
The European Society for Medical Oncology 2019 Congress was held in Barcelona, Spain, from September 27 to October 1. In this podcast, Dr. Ricardo Cubedo shares highlights from the meeting, including treatment advances in ovarian and lung cancer. He also discusses a new type of clinical trial known as “basket trials” and the ways they are changing the shape of cancer research.
Today, we're going to be talking about some research highlights from the upcoming Supportive Care in Oncology Symposium.
The 2019 World Conference on Lung Cancer was held September 7 to 10 in Barcelona, Spain. In this podcast, Dr. Vamsidhar Velcheti will discuss a study presented at this meeting that looked at the effects of a new drug targeting a specific genetic change, or mutation, in some people with non-small cell lung cancer.
In this episode, we're going to discuss 2 studies on patient experiences with clinical trials that will be presented at ASCO's 2019 Quality Care Symposium. This annual meeting brings together health care experts to share strategies for cancer care issues and integrate these methods into patient care.
In this podcast, registered dietitians Julie Lanford and Debra Benfield will discuss food anxiety before, during, and after cancer treatment, including potential causes and healthy ways to address food anxiety at any stage of treatment.
The 2019 ASCO Annual Meeting, held May 31 to June 4, brought together physicians, researchers, patient advocates, and other health care professionals from around the world to present and discuss the latest research in cancer treatment and patient care. In the annual Research Round Up podcast series, Cancer.Net Associate Editors share their thoughts on the most exciting scientific research to come out of this year’s ASCO Annual Meeting and what it means for patients.
El verano es una época en que las personas suelen hacer comidas, parrilladas y pícnics al aire libre. En este pódcast, las integrantes del personal del Departamento de Agricultura de los Estadios Unidos, Janice López‑Muñoz y Clara Yuvienco, explican por qué la seguridad de los alimentos es particularmente importante para las personas diagnosticadas con cáncer y comparten consejos para evitar enfermedades transmitidas por los alimentos cuando se come al aire libre.