7 episodes

This podcast series examines cancer in the developing world, and the research and work being done by Oxford University and spin-out organisations such as AfrOx and IndOx to improve cancer prevention and treatment.

Cancer in the Developing World Oxford University

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This podcast series examines cancer in the developing world, and the research and work being done by Oxford University and spin-out organisations such as AfrOx and IndOx to improve cancer prevention and treatment.

    David Kerr on Cancer Research

    David Kerr on Cancer Research

    Professor David Kerr discusses his work on colorectal cancer, the process of how new treatments are developed, the changes in the NHS that he has witnessed over his career, and how cancer care differs in developing countries.

    • 25 min
    Cancer in Africa

    Cancer in Africa

    Professor David Kerr discusses the cancer burden in Africa, why he became interested in this problem, and how AfrOx is helping to improve the level of cancer care in Africa.

    • 25 min
    Cancer Research in India

    Cancer Research in India

    Dr. Raghib Ali discusses cancer in India, why Oxford University became interested in this problem and how IndOx has helped to improve the standard of clinical trials in India.

    • 17 min
    Alan Milburn on Cancer in Africa

    Alan Milburn on Cancer in Africa

    In this podcast, Alan Milburn, MP for Darlington and former Secretary of State for Health, explains the importance of international support to help improve cancer care in Africa, and talks about the challenges that must to be overcome.

    • 24 min
    Childhood Cancer in the Developing World

    Childhood Cancer in the Developing World

    Professor Tim Eden talks about the challenges faced in curing childhood cancer in the developing world.

    • 37 min
    Pathology in Africa

    Pathology in Africa

    Dr Kenneth Fleming discusses the work that Oxford University is doing to help improve pathology services in Africa.

    • 18 min

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