18 min

The Cancer Mavericks Series Finale: If History Teaches Us Anything Out of Patients with Matthew Zachary

    • Health & Fitness

Welcome to the series finale of The Cancer Mavericks. In this final episode, we reflect on the first seven episodes through the lens of history and progress with a series of insightful conversations featuring some of healthcare's most influential and visionary voices across the past four decades. If history is a teacher, we have learned that change can happen, albeit slowly. But it is only when the people stand up, organize and activate their voices demanding change, that the culture will shift, the institutions will pivot, and the very system itself will be forced by the will of the citizens to bend towards the arc of justice. Thank you for joining us for this groundbreaking series. If you like this series, please leave a review and a rating on your favorite podcast app. To learn more about The Cancer Mavericks, visit https://CancerMavericks.com. To learn more about OffScrip Health, visit https://OffScrip.com.




FEATURED VOICES




Gil Bashe

Chair Global Health and Purpose, FINN Partners




John D. Carpten, Ph.D.

President's Cancer Panel (Emeritus)

Director, Institute of Translational Genomics

Keck School of Medicine at USC




Deanna Darlington

President at Links2Equity




Kenny Kane

Young Adult Cancer Advocacy Pioneer

Co-Founder/CEO, Stupid Cancer (Former)




Margaret Laws

President and CEO, Hope Lab




Lisa C. Richardson, MD, MPH

Division Director, Cancer Prevention and Control at The CDC




Catharine Young, Ph.D.

Assistant Director of Cancer Moonshot Engagement and Policy

The White House

See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Welcome to the series finale of The Cancer Mavericks. In this final episode, we reflect on the first seven episodes through the lens of history and progress with a series of insightful conversations featuring some of healthcare's most influential and visionary voices across the past four decades. If history is a teacher, we have learned that change can happen, albeit slowly. But it is only when the people stand up, organize and activate their voices demanding change, that the culture will shift, the institutions will pivot, and the very system itself will be forced by the will of the citizens to bend towards the arc of justice. Thank you for joining us for this groundbreaking series. If you like this series, please leave a review and a rating on your favorite podcast app. To learn more about The Cancer Mavericks, visit https://CancerMavericks.com. To learn more about OffScrip Health, visit https://OffScrip.com.




FEATURED VOICES




Gil Bashe

Chair Global Health and Purpose, FINN Partners




John D. Carpten, Ph.D.

President's Cancer Panel (Emeritus)

Director, Institute of Translational Genomics

Keck School of Medicine at USC




Deanna Darlington

President at Links2Equity




Kenny Kane

Young Adult Cancer Advocacy Pioneer

Co-Founder/CEO, Stupid Cancer (Former)




Margaret Laws

President and CEO, Hope Lab




Lisa C. Richardson, MD, MPH

Division Director, Cancer Prevention and Control at The CDC




Catharine Young, Ph.D.

Assistant Director of Cancer Moonshot Engagement and Policy

The White House

See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

18 min

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