One of the most common complaints we hear from our patients when we first meet them to discuss their cancer diagnosis and treatment plan is that there is a lack of reliable, available information about cancer. Evaluating what is or isn’t a credible source of information on the internet is challenging, even for the most experienced of Googlers. We are seeking to fill that gap by providing the public with understandable, reliable information about cancer.
Join us as we talk to healthcare experts at Ochsner about what you need to know should you or a loved one receive a cancer diagnosis.
All in Against Cancer: Ep 2 - Melanoma
More than 100,000 people in the United States are expected to be diagnosed with melanoma in 2021. Melanoma is a cancer that affects adults both young and old, and its incidence is unfortunately on the rise. In this episode of the All In Against Cancer podcast powered by the Ochsner Cancer Institute, host Dr. Jonathan Mizrahi talks with Ochsner medical oncologist, Dr. Daniel Johnson, and Ochsner dermatologist, Dr. Julie Danna, to learn more about the signs and symptoms of melanoma, what treatment options are available to patients and how to reduce risk for developing this disease.
All In Against Cancer: Ep 1 - Pancreatic Cancer
According to the American Cancer Society, about 60,000 people in the United States will be diagnosed with pancreatic cancer this year. In this episode of the All In Against Cancer podcast powered by the Ochsner Cancer Institute, host Dr. Jonathan Mizrahi talks with Ochsner surgical oncologist, Dr. Nathan Bolton, to learn more about the signs and symptoms of pancreatic cancer, what treatment options are available to patients and how to reduce risk for pancreatic cancer.