9 episodes

Join two experienced GPs as they share their clinical knowledge and practical tips to support earlier cancer detection in primary care.
Dr Rebecca Leon and Dr Sarah Taylor bring their warmth, wit, and passion for earlier and faster cancer diagnosis. They discuss assessment, clinical decision making and the referral pathways they choose to get the best diagnosis and treatment. Rebecca and Sarah are regularly joined by special guests who are experts in particular cancer areas.
GPs Talk Cancer is brought to you by GatewayC, a national NHS-funded resource, dedicated to supporting primary care clinicians to improve early cancer detection.
Whilst this podcast may be of interest to everyone, it is aimed at primary care clinicians. Although all patient cases are based on real stories from clinical practice, they are fully anonymised with no identifiable patient data.
GPs Talk Cancer is released fortnightly on Tuesdays. Visit https://www.gatewayc.org.uk/ to learn more about GatewayC.


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GPs Talk Cancer GatewayC, The Christie NHS Foundation Trust

    • Health & Fitness
    • 4.9 • 9 Ratings

Join two experienced GPs as they share their clinical knowledge and practical tips to support earlier cancer detection in primary care.
Dr Rebecca Leon and Dr Sarah Taylor bring their warmth, wit, and passion for earlier and faster cancer diagnosis. They discuss assessment, clinical decision making and the referral pathways they choose to get the best diagnosis and treatment. Rebecca and Sarah are regularly joined by special guests who are experts in particular cancer areas.
GPs Talk Cancer is brought to you by GatewayC, a national NHS-funded resource, dedicated to supporting primary care clinicians to improve early cancer detection.
Whilst this podcast may be of interest to everyone, it is aimed at primary care clinicians. Although all patient cases are based on real stories from clinical practice, they are fully anonymised with no identifiable patient data.
GPs Talk Cancer is released fortnightly on Tuesdays. Visit https://www.gatewayc.org.uk/ to learn more about GatewayC.


Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

    Pancreatic Cancer - “Weight loss should be a warning…”

    Pancreatic Cancer - “Weight loss should be a warning…”

    In this episode, our GP hosts cover pancreatic cancer and share their clinical experiences to support better, faster, and more confident cancer diagnosis in primary care. 
    Hosts Dr Rebecca Leon and Dr Sarah Taylor are both practicing GPs and GP Leads for GatewayC. Dr Ellen Macpherson, a junior doctor, also joins our hosts.
    This episode covers: 

    StatisticsPatient cases Symptoms Investigations New-onset diabetes Risk factorsReferral NICE guidelines 
    If you loved it, you know what to do – leave us a review, a rating (hopefully 5 stars) and share. 
     
    GPs Talk Cancer is the podcast series from GatewayC. GatewayC is the free early cancer diagnosis resource funded by the NHS and is part of The Christie NHS Foundation Trust. Visit https://www.gatewayc.org.uk/ to learn more.
    View the full show notes for this episode at https://www.gatewayc.org.uk/podcast/
     
    DISCLAIMER: We know this podcast might be of interest to anybody, however it is aimed at primary care health professionals. All patient cases are based on real stories from our clinical practice as GPs. They are fully anonymised with no identifiable patient data.

    Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

    • 19 min
    Cervical Cancer - “I always say it looks like a doughnut…”

    Cervical Cancer - “I always say it looks like a doughnut…”

    In this episode, our GP hosts cover cervical cancer and share their clinical experiences to support better, faster, and more confident cancer diagnosis in primary care. 
    Hosts Dr Rebecca Leon and Dr Sarah Taylor are both practicing GPs and GP Leads for GatewayC. Dr Ellen Macpherson, a junior doctor, also joins our hosts.
    This episode covers: 

    Statistics Patient cases Symptoms InvestigationsScreeningRisk factors HPVReferralNICE Guidelines 
    If you loved it, you know what to do – leave us a review, a rating (hopefully 5 stars) and share. 
     
    GPs Talk Cancer is the podcast series from GatewayC. GatewayC is the free early cancer diagnosis resource funded by the NHS and is part of The Christie NHS Foundation Trust. Visit https://www.gatewayc.org.uk/ to learn more.
    View the full show notes for this episode at https://www.gatewayc.org.uk/podcast/
     
    DISCLAIMER: We know this podcast might be of interest to anybody, however it is aimed at primary care health professionals. All patient cases are based on real stories from our clinical practice as GPs. They are fully anonymised with no identifiable patient data.

    Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

    • 27 min
    Prostate Cancer - “It worries me that I couldn’t feel the prostate properly...”

    Prostate Cancer - “It worries me that I couldn’t feel the prostate properly...”

    In this episode, our GP hosts cover prostate cancer and share their clinical experiences to support better, faster, and more confident cancer diagnosis in primary care. 
    Hosts Dr Rebecca Leon and Dr Sarah Taylor are both practicing GPs and GP Leads for GatewayC. Dr Ellen Macpherson, a junior doctor, also joins our hosts.
    This episode covers:

    StatisticsPatient cases Symptoms Pitfalls of PSA testing InvestigationsRisk factorsFamily history Safety nettingNICE Guidelines 
    If you loved it, you know what to do – leave us a review, a rating (hopefully 5 stars) and share. 
     
    GPs Talk Cancer is the podcast series from GatewayC. GatewayC is the free early cancer diagnosis resource funded by the NHS and is part of The Christie NHS Foundation Trust. Visit https://www.gatewayc.org.uk/ to learn more.
    View the full show notes for this episode at https://www.gatewayc.org.uk/podcast/
     
    DISCLAIMER: We know this podcast might be of interest to anybody, however it is aimed at primary care health professionals. All patient cases are based on real stories from our clinical practice as GPs. They are fully anonymised with no identifiable patient data.

    Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

    • 29 min
    Breast Cancer & Cancer in Pregnancy - “It is safer to have chemotherapy than a glass of wine from the second trimester onwards”

    Breast Cancer & Cancer in Pregnancy - “It is safer to have chemotherapy than a glass of wine from the second trimester onwards”

    In this episode, our GP hosts cover breast cancer and share their clinical experiences to support better, faster, and more confident cancer diagnosis in primary care. 
    Hosts Dr Rebecca Leon and Dr Sarah Taylor are both practicing GPs and GP Leads for GatewayC. Dr Ellen Macpherson, a junior doctor, also joins our hosts. 
    This week, we welcome our first guest to the podcast - Pete Wallroth, Founder and CEO of the charity Mummy’s Star. 
    This episode covers: 

    StatisticsPatient cases Cancer and pregnancy Symptoms InvestigationsFamily history Recurrence Safety netting NICE Guidelines Referral 
    References:

    Mummy’s Star charity ABCDiagnosis Ductal Breast Cancer Infographic ABCDiagnosis Lobular Breast Cancer Infographic 
    If you loved it, you know what to do – leave us a review, a rating (hopefully 5 stars) and share. 
    GPs Talk Cancer is the podcast series from GatewayC. GatewayC is the free early cancer diagnosis resource funded by the NHS and is part of The Christie NHS Foundation Trust. Visit https://www.gatewayc.org.uk/ to learn more.
    View the full show notes for this episode at https://www.gatewayc.org.uk/podcast/
     
    DISCLAIMER: We know this podcast might be of interest to anybody, however it is aimed at primary care health professionals. All patient cases are based on real stories from our clinical practice as GPs. They are fully anonymised with no identifiable patient data.

    Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

    • 35 min
    Non-Specific Symptoms - "We’re referring thinking this patient has a 5% chance of cancer...”

    Non-Specific Symptoms - "We’re referring thinking this patient has a 5% chance of cancer...”

    In this episode, our GP hosts cover non-specific symptoms (NSS) and share their clinical experiences to support better, faster, and more confident cancer diagnosis in primary care. 
    Hosts Dr Rebecca Leon and Dr Sarah Taylor are both practicing GPs and GP Leads for GatewayC. Dr Ellen Macpherson, a junior doctor, also joins our hosts. 
    This episode covers: 
     
    Patient cases Symptoms Investigations History takingGP gut instinct NICE guidelinesSafety netting Referral 
    If you loved it, you know what to do – leave us a review, a rating (hopefully 5 stars) and share. 
    GPs Talk Cancer is the podcast series from GatewayC. GatewayC is the free early cancer diagnosis resource funded by the NHS and is part of The Christie NHS Foundation Trust. Visit https://www.gatewayc.org.uk/ to learn more.
    View the full show notes for this episode at https://www.gatewayc.org.uk/podcast/
    DISCLAIMER: We know this podcast might be of interest to anybody, however it is aimed at primary care health professionals. All patient cases are based on real stories from our clinical practice as GPs. They are fully anonymised with no identifiable patient data.

    Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

    • 26 min
    Lower GI Cancer - "Are you passing more or less than a teaspoonful?"

    Lower GI Cancer - "Are you passing more or less than a teaspoonful?"

    In this episode, our GP hosts cover lower gastrointestinal cancer and share their clinical experiences to support better, faster, and more confident cancer diagnosis in primary care. 
    Hosts Dr Rebecca Leon and Dr Sarah Taylor are both practicing GPs and GP Leads for GatewayC. Dr Ellen Macpherson, a junior doctor, also joins our hosts. 
    This episode covers: 
     
    Statistics Patient cases Safety nettingFIT and differences between screening and symptomatic tests Bowel cancer in younger patients Family historyNICE guidelinesReferral 
    If you loved it, you know what to do – leave us a review, a rating (hopefully 5 stars) and share. 
    GPs Talk Cancer is the podcast series from GatewayC. GatewayC is the free early cancer diagnosis resource funded by the NHS and is part of The Christie NHS Foundation Trust. Visit https://www.gatewayc.org.uk/ to learn more.
    View the full show notes for this episode at https://www.gatewayc.org.uk/podcast/
    DISCLAIMER: We know this podcast might be of interest to anybody, however it is aimed at primary care health professionals. All patient cases are based on real stories from our clinical practice as GPs. They are fully anonymised with no identifiable patient data.

    Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

    • 37 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
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9 Ratings

000Octavia ,

Excellent

Very informative. An excellent listen.

BennyH2593 ,

5 *

Brilliant listen

Univadis user ,

Excellent

Very useful information presented clearly and relevant to primary care
Please explain how does EMIS calculate this PPV score of 3% ?

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