48 min

Episode 7 - Leukemia All In Against Cancer

    • Medicine

Leukemia is one of the most common cancers with over 60,000 new patients receiving this diagnosis each year in the United States.  While leukemia refers to a malignancy of white blood cells, it is an umbrella term for a number of subtypes that carry their own prognoses and treatments.


In this episode of the All In Against Cancer podcast powered by the Ochsner Cancer Institute, host Dr. Jonathan Mizrahi talks with Ochsner hematologic oncologists, Dr. Carter Davis and Dr. Laura Finn about leukemia.


Tune in to hear more about the signs and symptoms and our approach to the diagnosis and  treatment of this cancer.

Leukemia is one of the most common cancers with over 60,000 new patients receiving this diagnosis each year in the United States.  While leukemia refers to a malignancy of white blood cells, it is an umbrella term for a number of subtypes that carry their own prognoses and treatments.


In this episode of the All In Against Cancer podcast powered by the Ochsner Cancer Institute, host Dr. Jonathan Mizrahi talks with Ochsner hematologic oncologists, Dr. Carter Davis and Dr. Laura Finn about leukemia.


Tune in to hear more about the signs and symptoms and our approach to the diagnosis and  treatment of this cancer.

48 min