A Cleveland Clinic podcast for medical professionals exploring the latest innovative research and clinical advances in the field of oncology.
Vital Role of Oncology Rehabilitation
The Cancer Advances podcast is joined by Dr. Eileen Slavin, DO, a physiatrist specializing in oncology rehabilitation, to discuss the important role of oncology rehabilitation services in cancer recovery. Listen as Dr. Slavin explains the significance of prehabilitation, collaboration with physical therapy and palliative care, and how the field is evolving.
Advances in Mantle Cell Lymphoma Treatment
Brian T. Hill, MD, PhD, Co-Director of the Lymphoid Malignancies Program at Cleveland Clinic, joins the Cancer Advances Podcast to discuss advances in mantle cell lymphoma. Listen as Dr. Hill highlights current treatments and how promising strategies like BTK inhibitors and CAR T-cell therapy are being used. He also addresses challenges such as TP-53 mutations, discusses potential advancements, and emphasizes the importance of individualized treatment approaches.
Virtual Anemia Clinic
Mailey Wilks, CNP, APP manager at the Taussig Cancer Center, and Heather Koniarczyk, CNP, Director of Advanced Practice, join the Cancer Advances Podcast to discuss the implementation and success of a Virtual Anemia Clinic. The clinic was developed to address the increased demand for anemia consult requests and aim to reduce average wait times. Listen as they explain how the virtual platform allows for convenient and timely consultations, a 70% retention rate, and the plans for future expansions.
Evolution of Gamma Knife Technology
Associate Director of the Gamma Knife Center at Cleveland Clinic, Samuel Chao, MD, joins the Cancer Advances Podcast to talk about the evolution of gamma knife technology. Listen as Dr. Chao takes us through gamma knife's history, the current advantages and considerations, as well as potential future advances in the field.
Ultra-Hypofractionated Radiotherapy for Soft Tissue Sarcoma
Shauna Campbell, DO, Radiation Oncologist and Co-Director of the Cleveland Clinic Sarcoma Program joins the Cancer Advances podcast to discuss ultra-hypofractionated radiotherapy for soft tissue sarcoma. Listen as Dr. Campbell explains the advancements, outcomes, and considerations of this innovative approach, referencing her meta-analysis that was presented at the American Society of Radiation Oncology (ASTRO) 2023 Annual Meeting.
Easing Access to Lung Cancer Screening: The Potential Impact of Blood Tests
Peter Mazzone, MD, MPH, pulmonologist and Section Leader for Thoracic Oncology at Cleveland Clinic, joins the Cancer Advances podcast to discuss the development of blood tests to screen for lung cancer. Listen as Dr. Mazzone explains the intricacies of DNA analysis within these tests, offering insights into their potential to detect lung cancer and alleviate barriers to screenings.
High caliber content
This is a fantastic podcast that I look forward to each new episode and always learn so much.