Those individual audio interviews were carried out during the ESMO 2012 Congress in Vienna. You will listen to different prominent doctors discussing different issues in cancer treatment.
Vienna sees the ESMO congress look at how cancer treatment is moving forward.
Educating oncologists and patients alike can help better diagnosis and care of cancer, let alone prevention, as discussed at ESMO 2012 within the general remit of "personalised care".
Dr Derek Power
Dr. Derek Power talks to journalist Adam Kirtley about the results of a study being released at ESMO 2012 in Vienna.
Cristiana Sessa, a medical oncologist in Switzerland, speaks to journalist Adam Kirtley at the ESMO 2012 Congress in Vienna about where oncologists are in their quest to find solutions, and told him about some exciting news being revealed in Vienna.
The study looked not only at the direct healthcare costs, such as hospitalisation, drugs etc. but also at the burden of days lost, both by the patients and their carers.
Dr. Ramon Luengo-Fernandez, an economist who worked on the study, talks to journalist Adam Kirtley about what exactly the study consisted of and what lessons might be learnt.
This is something that oncologists at ESMO 2012 have been discussing. Nathan Cherny talks to journalist Adam Kirtley about a worldwide study looking into the problem, and potential solutions.