Our Editors and the journal’s authors explore their research and its impact on people’s health, health care, and health policy in this regular podcast.
Verna Vanderpuye and Isabelle Soerjomataram on International Women's Day and cancer
On this International Women's Day, Lancet editors and the co-chairs of the Women and Cancer Commission discuss the burden of women’s cancer on society and reflect on the questions the Commission is trying to answer.
Nick James on the STAMPEDE trial
Nick James discusses the key messages of the recent report from the STAMPEDE trial platform and the success of this platform in advancing the treatment of prostate cancer
Jie Qiao (in Chinese) on reproductive health in China
Jie Qiao (in English) on reproductive health in China
Helena Wang discusses The Lancet Commission on women's reproductive, maternal, newborn, child and adolescent health (RMNCAH) in China with author Professor Jie Qiao.
Siobhan Quenby & Arri Coomarasamy on miscarriage
Siobhan Quenby & Arri Coomarasamy discuss the key findings from The Lancet's new Series on miscarriage.
On the 50th anniversary of the Inverse Care Law, Professor Sir Muir Gray joins Gavin Cleaver to discuss the continuing importance of the ICL, and notions of value and quality in health care.