In this podcast, Drs. Lidia Schapira and Daniel Mulrooney discuss a study about mental health outcomes for adolescent and young adult cancer survivors and how the cancer community can better support survivors’ mental health needs.
In this Your Stories podcast from Conquer Cancer, the ASCO Foundation, breast cancer survivor Kimberly Irvine discusses talking with her children about her diagnosis and how her family used the experience as an opportunity for empowerment.
In this podcast, Dr. Norah Lynn Henry describes new research and updates presented at the 2020 San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium (SABCS) for people with hormone receptor-positive breast cancer, including for cancer that is also HER2-negative and has spread to the lymph nodes.
In this podcast, Dr. Michael Williams discusses studies and a report on the treatment of leukemia and lymphoma presented at last month’s ASH Annual Meeting.
In this “Your Stories” podcast from Conquer Cancer, the ASCO Foundation, Dr. Mark Applebaum discusses what it’s like to provide care for children with cancer and how research can help kids live more comfortably through the cancer experience.
In the latest podcast in the “Clinical Trials in Genitourinary Cancers” series, experts discuss 3 clinical trials testing new treatments for prostate, bladder, and kidney cancers.
In this “Your Stories” podcast from Conquer Cancer, the ASCO Foundation, Dr. Judith Kaur and her husband, Alan Kaur, discuss how their commitment to each other as a married couple has translated into another partnership to advance cancer research.
In this “Your Stories” podcast from Conquer Cancer, the ASCO Foundation, Brittany Sullivan describes how having her husband, John, by her side throughout multiple cancer diagnoses, including during pregnancy, kept her hopeful.
In this podcast, Dr. Petros Grivas and Dr. Edith Mitchell discuss what health care disparities are, how they affect people with cancer, and why involvement of minority populations in cancer clinical trials is so important.
Dr. William Dale discusses 5 key studies presented at the SIOG 2020 Annual Meeting Online that involve improvements in evaluating, caring for, and treating people with cancer who are 60 or older.