The Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center leads the field in scientific inquiry and sets the pace in the race to cure cancer. Our doctors and researchers are at the vanguard of discovery, implementation and treatment. Our podcast provides a glimpse at the work they do to combat cancer and the leading care that our state-of-the-art facilities provide.
Kimmel in DC with Dr Ashwani Rajput - AI and Digital Health
Dr Ashwani Rajput speaks with Dr Gordon Gao from the Johns Hopkins Carey School of Business about Digital Health, Artificial Intelligence and using technology to improve outcomes for patients.
Kimmel in DC with Dr Ashwani Rajput - Caregiving
Dr Ashwani Rajput speaks with Laurie Singer, a member of the Kimmel Cancer Center's Advisory Board and advocate for patients and their caregivers, about the role of caregiving and the necessities they provide throughout the cancer journey.
On Target with Dr Akila Viswanathan - Neuro-Oncology in Washington DC
Dr Akila Viswanathan speaks with Dr Carmen Kut about the expanded neuro-oncology and central nervous system cancer treatment options available to patients from Johns Hopkins in the Greater Washington DC Area.
On Target with Dr Akila Viswanathan - The History of Brachytherapy
Dr Akila Viswanathan speaks with Dr Jesse Aronowitz, Emeritus Historian of the American Brachytherapy Society, about the history of the use of brachytherapy to treat cancer and the contributions of two early pioneers in the field from Johns Hopkins, Howard Kelly and Hugh Hampton Young.
50th Anniversary of the Kimmel Cancer Center - Lung Cancer
In this podcast looking back at the last 50 years of the Cancer Center at Johns Hopkins, Dr Bill Nelson and Dr Julie Brahmer examine the breakthroughs made by some of our leaders in lung cancer care and research and review the evolution of treatment over decades that is leading to longer and more durable survival in patients.
Cancer Matters with Dr Bill Nelson - The Risk for Pancreatic Cancer
Dr Bill Nelson and Dr Alison Klein discuss her work investigating the gene mutations that create a family history of pancreatic cancer.
This Integrative Medicine push has really tarnished the reputation of Johns Hopkins Medicine.