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Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center's videos feature informative discussions about cancer care and cancer-related topics with our physicians and professional staff. These videos can help you increase your knowledge about cancer and make more informed health care decisions.
 
With more than 100 cancer care providers, Minnesota Oncology offers access to the latest evidence-based treatment paths, 12 close-to-home locations in the Twin Cities Metro area, and comprehensive services to support the whole person. In this podcast, experts from Minnesota Oncology and our community of care discuss the latest topics in oncology treatments, research, support, caregiving, and more. Treating cancer takes a community. Welcome to ours. Visit: https://mnoncology.com
 
The Association for Value-Based Cancer Care (AVBCC) is pleased to announce a new podcast series in which our Cancer Care Faculty experts give a deeper dive into the COVID-19 impact on their stakeholder segments. Our topics focus specifically on the relationship between COVID-19’s Impact on Cancer Care and the Road to Recovery.
 
The Association for Value-Based Cancer Care (AVBCC) is pleased to present the Influencer Series podcast. This podcast will feature deep discussions from top industry leaders and influencers across the healthcare continuum who are driving change in their fields. AVBCC is dedicated to creating a multidisciplinary conversation about value-based care.
 
The Association for Value-Based Cancer Care (AVBCC) is pleased to present the Clinical Conversations podcast hosted by Nick Sarlis, MD, PhD, FACP. Clinical Conversations expands on the mission of AVBCC to keep you abreast of the latest trends in cancer care. In addition to a monthly webinar series, article series, and AVBCC Connector portal, the Clinical Conversations podcast will feature the world’s top medical experts to discuss a designated disease state and the newest FDA approvals, prov ...
 
Cancer is not planned. No one is ever ready for it. Often the subject is even complex and confusing. At Central Care Cancer Center, we understand that. So we created Cancer Explained. An educational podcast talking about the risks, signs, symptoms and treat options for specific cancers. Cancer Explained with Central Care.
 
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Cancer has no schedule, so when you hear that you or a loved one has been diagnosed with cancer, it can be quite overwhelming. Immediately, your mind is flooded with questions. Radiation Oncologist Dr. Perez-Tamayo discusses some of the most common questions that come with a cancer diagnosis, along with some common misconceptions of cancer, in this…
 
This is Dr. Murali Subramanian, Best Oncologist in Kalyan Nagar. Welcome back to my podcast channel “ cancer care ” In today's podcast, Dr. Murali Subramanian going to discuss about "Prostate Cancer " Prostate is a small gland and is responsible for the production of the semen. It is located below the bladder. There are several nerves and blood ves…
 
This is Dr. Murali Subramanian, a medical oncologist, practicing in Kalyan Nagar. Welcome back to my podcast channel “ cancer care ” In today's podcast, Dr. Murali Subramanian going to discuss about "Cancer Prevention Tips" Cancer is a disease in which some of the body's cells grow uncontrollably and spread to other parts of the body. To know more …
 
Lung cancer symptoms may not show up right away, and when they do, the cancer has advanced. If you are eligible, screening for lung cancer with annual low-dose CT scans can reduce the lung cancer death rate by up to 20% by detecting tumors at early stages when they are more likely to be curable. Radiation Oncologist Dr. Perez-Tamayo discusses in de…
 
What are the benefits of taking part in a clinical trial? Why are those people who use tobacco more likely to develop cancer. What about using marijuana/CBD products, or holistic cancer treatments? Why are cancer drugs so expensive? Radiation Oncologist Dr. Perez-Tamayo answers some of the most common questions asked, as well as discusses some misc…
 
What is the difference between a PET, CT and MRI? What are tumor markers? Will eating sugar cause cancer cells to multiply and spread? Why is patient’s mouth so dry during treatment? Can surgery cause cancer cells to spread? Radiation Oncologist Dr. Perez-Tamayo answers some of the most common questions asked, as well as discusses some misconceptio…
 
With May being the unofficial start to summer, it means more time in the sun! May is also National Skin Cancer Awareness. In this latest edition of Cancer Explained with Central Care Cancer Center, Radiation Oncologist Dr. Perez-Tamayo discusses the most common skin cancers, as well as what to look for on your body – your whole body! Also, she goes…
 
It may sound obvious, but what all is included in head and neck cancers? Radiation Oncologist Dr. Perez-Tamayo will break it all down, including answering the questions- could you lose one of your senses? What is leukoplakia? What would my quality of life be like with head and neck cancer? And is HPV now a factor? Listen now to Cancer Explained wit…
 
A diagnosis of cancer can affect many areas of a person’s life, causing them to feel overwhelmed.Oncology social workers help patients access various non-medical services throughout their treatment journey. In this episode we explore the role of the oncology social worker and the ways in which they help patients and their families navigate the many…
 
March is National Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month, so let’s talk about your colon! Learn the risk factors and symptoms to colorectal cancer and the importance of getting a colonoscopy. It’s recommended you have one at 45, unless there’s a family history of colon cancer. In the US, colorectal cancer is the 3rd leading cause of cancer-related death…
 
Brain cancer is the topic of the latest edition of Cancer Explained with Central Care Cancer Center. Learn about cancers IN the brain versus OF the brain. That adverb is important as to how our oncologists treat the cancer, and determine the prognosis of the tumor. Plus learn why some of the symptoms for brain cancer are similar to having a stroke,…
 
Cancer survivors can face many challenges including physical, psychological, and social issues related to their cancer treatment. The health needs of cancer survivors are different from those who have never faced a cancer diagnosis. Survivor care focuses on monitoring for side effects of cancer treatments and improving your quality of life. In this…
 
January is Cervical Cancer Awareness Month. Once again, screening is vital when it comes to preventing cervical cancer. Radiation Oncologist Dr. Perez-Tamayo explains the importance of getting a complete pelvic exam and what it all includes, as well as what is a pap test. Also, why you should limit your sex partners, what is HPV and the importance …
 
January is Cervical Cancer Awareness Month. In this episode, we chat with Minnesota Oncology gynecologic oncologist and surgeon Dr. Amy McNally. Dr. McNally explains what cervical cancer is and how it could be prevented. She shares information about HPV (human papillomavirus) and the importance of the HPV vaccine in prevention of cervical cancer. S…
 
Stomach, Esophageal and Pancreatic cancers are all silent killers. These cancers spread early and are typically detected late – meaning, you could have a sizeable cancer before it starts giving you trouble. Hear more from Radiation Oncologist, Dr. Perez-Tamayo, on the risk factors and symptoms for these cancer. Also find out how HPV is the new risk…
 
November is National Lung Cancer Awareness Month. Lung cancer symptoms may not show right away, and when they do, the cancer has advanced. If you are eligible, screening for lung cancer with annual low-dose CT scans can reduce the lung cancer death rate by up to 20 percent by detecting tumors at early stages when they are more likely to be curable.…
 
What are you feeling for when doing a breast self-check? Why is it important to have the breast squeezed during a mammogram? What are estrogen receptors? October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Get the answers to these questions from Radiation Oncologist Dr. Perez-Tamayo, as well as learn about genetic screening, triple-negative breast c…
 
Cancers that affect women are highlighted in the latest edition of Cancer Explained with Central Care Cancer Center. September is Ovarian and Uterine Cancer Awareness Months, so Radiation Oncologist, Dr. Perez-Tamayo discusses ovarian, uterine and cervical cancers. Listen for how she describes what animal a woman’s reproductive system resembles! Le…
 
Men are the focus in this edition of Cancer Explained with Central Care. Radiation Oncologist, Dr. Perez-Tamayo highlights cancers that affect men, such as prostate, bladder and testicular. Other than skin cancer, prostate cancer is the most common cancer in American men. Find out why the bladder is like a ‘hat’ for a man’s prostate. And just like …
 
Why is receiving cancer treatment close to your home important? What type of annual screenings are encouraged for men and for women? What is a genetic screening and am I a candidate for it? Should I get a second opinion on my cancer diagnosis? Radiation Oncologist Dr. Perez-Tamayo has answers to these questions and more, all in the latest edition o…
 
Lung cancer is the 2nd most common cancer in both men AND women (not counting skin cancer). Screening for lung cancer with annual low-dose CT scans among those at high risk can reduce the lung cancer death rate by up to 20 percent by detecting tumors at early stages when they are more likely to be curable. Radiation Oncologist Dr. Perez-Tamayo disc…
 
May is National Skin Cancer Awareness Month. Radiation Oncologist Dr. Perez-Tamayo with Central Care Cancer Center, discusses the most common skin cancers, what to look for on your skin, the ABCDE’s of Melanoma, moles and skin tags. Also find out what slip, slop, slap and slide means! All in the latest edition of Cancer Explained with Central Care …
 
Oncology pharmacists serve an important role on the patient’s care team because much of cancer treatment is achieved with infused and oral medications. In this episode, Minnesota Oncology’s Director of Pharmacy and Admixture Services Paul Forsberg, PharmD, MHA, BCOP, and Pharmacy Manager Brian Meger, Pharm D, discuss the role of the oncology specia…
 
In this edition of Cancer Explained with Central Care Cancer Center, Radiation Oncologist Dr. Perez-Tamayo discusses the risk factors, symptoms and treatment options for stomach and pancreatic cancers. She also explains how the risks of esophageal cancer used to be tobacco, alcohol and reflux, but now it may be more hereditary and involve a new thr…
 
1 in 16 Americans are diagnosed with lung cancer in their lifetime and it can affect anyone, regardless of gender or ethnicity. Screening for lung cancer is key, especially if you are prime candidate. Radiation Oncologist Dr. Perez-Tamayo discusses who qualifies for lung cancer screenings, as well as the stages, treatment options and lung cancer su…
 
October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Radiation Oncologist Dr. Perez-Tamayo discusses symptoms, risk factors and treatment options for the various diagnoses of breast cancer. Also, the importance of breast self-exams and annual mammograms, and how men are at risk too for breast cancer in the latest Cancer Explained with Central Care Ca…
 
Radiation Oncologist Dr. Perez-Tamayo discusses not only bladder, kidney and testicular cancers, but also describes the location and function of the kidneys, the importance of drinking water, how blood in the urine is never ok, and that men should also do regular self-checks for lumps in their testicles - all in the latest edition of Cancer Explain…
 
About 1 in 9 men will be diagnosed with Prostate Cancer during his lifetime. Radiation Oncologist, Dr. Perez-Tamayo discusses further the importance of screening for prostate cancer (PSA and digital rectal exam) as well as symptoms, family history risk factors, and treatment options in Cancer Explained with Central Care Cancer Center.…
 
January is Cervical Cancer Awareness Month. Radiation Oncologist Dr. Perez-Tamayo discusses the importance of getting a complete pelvic exam, cervical cancer risks and treatment options, HPV, and HPV Vaccinations in Cancer Explained with Central Care Cancer Center.โดย LeAnn
 
March is National Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month. In the US, colorectal cancer is the 3rd leading cause of cancer-related deaths in men and women. Radiation Oncologist, Dr. Perez-Tamayo discusses further the importance of early detection, having a colonoscopy, and knowing what the symptoms and treatment options are for colorectal cancer, all in …
 
Head and neck cancers are more common than you think. And, it isn’t just smoking or alcohol that cause most head and neck cancers…it’s HPV as well. Learn more about the signs and symptoms for head and neck cancers, and about leukoplakia from Radiation Oncologist Dr. Perez-Tamayo in this edition of Cancer Explained with Central Care Cancer Center.…
 
April 16 is National Healthcare Decisions Day. In this episode Dr. Emily Schafhauser from Minnesota Oncology and Dr. Bennett Clark from Livio Health share insights on advance care planning. Dr. Emily Schafhauser leads Minnesota Oncology’s Palliative Care program. Dr. Schafhauser is board certified in Hospice and Palliative Care and Internal Medicin…
 
Medical Laboratory Professionals Week is in April. In cancer and hematology care, lab visits can be frequent, and the laboratory staff are a critical part of a patient’s care team. As we recognize lab professionals, Patrice Vandelinde, Laboratory Supervisor at Minnesota Oncology, talks about the various roles in the lab. She shares insights on the …
 
World Cancer Day is February 4th. Learn the 5 things you should do is you're diagnosed with cancer from expert Dr. Yang Liu. She details the best way for newly diagnosed cancer patients to take action and feel empowered. The American Cancer Society estimate that in the US in 2021, almost 1.9 million new cancer cases will be diagnosed, and those num…
 
Burt Zweigenhaft welcomes you to the Association for Value-Based Cancer Care (AVBCC) podcast! AVBCC is dedicated to creating a multidisciplinary conversation about value-based care. This Influencer Series will feature top industry leaders in cancer care. Tune in for a deep discussion from influencers who are driving change in healthcare.…
 
Host Dr Nicholas Sarlis welcomes you to the Association for Value-Based Cancer Care (AVBCC) Clinical Conversations podcast! This series aims to provide oncology practitioners and top thought leaders with informed and unbiased opinions on the latest emerging therapies and treatment. Be sure to tune in and stay informed!…
 
Minnesota Oncology President Dr. John Schwerkoske, MD, and Mayo Clinic Care Network Midwest Region Director Mark Larson, MD, announce that Minnesota Oncology joined the Mayo Clinic Care Network on December 10, 2020. They share what this relationship means and how it benefits cancer patients in the Twin Cities. Learn more at mnoncology.com/mayo. Wit…
 
Fighting cancer takes a huge toll on your body. Up to 90 percent of individuals with cancer experience painful, function-limiting consequences brought on by chemotherapy, radiation and/or surgery. Cancer rehabilitation can help you prepare for treatment and maintain strength throughout your journey so you can get back to the things you care about m…
 
This is Dr. Murali Subramanian, a medical oncologist, practicing in Bengaluru. Welcome back to my podcast channel “ cancer care ” In today's podcast, Dr. Murali Subramanian going to discuss about" Smoking and Lungs Cancer" Cancer has already become evil to our civilization. Apart from several risk factors smoking is the topmost risk factor of lung …
 
November is National Palliative Care Month. Dr. Emily Schafhauser, palliative care physician at Minnesota Oncology, and Dr. Bennett Clark, Chief Medical Officer at Livio Health, explain what palliative care is and how it can benefit people receiving cancer treatment and their loved ones. They discuss who can receive palliative care and what issues …
 
As Lung Cancer Awareness Month continues, we talk to thoracic oncologist and surgeon Dr. Matthew Graczyk about what thoracic surgery entails. Thoracic Surgery, also known as chest surgery, may be used to diagnose or repair lungs affected by cancer, trauma or pulmonary disease. For lung cancer, your surgeon may remove nodules, tumors and lymph nodes…
 
The American Cancer Society estimates that this year over 228,000 new cases of lung cancer will be diagnosed, and approximately 135,000 people will die from it, making it the leading cause of all cancer deaths in the United States. November is Lung Cancer Awareness Month and while it is a very deadly disease, at-risk people have a greater chance of…
 
Many women experience blood problems during pregnancy, including iron deficiency (or anemia). Iron is an essential for anyone, but it is really critical during pregnancy. Iron is a component of hemoglobin, which is a substance in your red blood cells that carries oxygen from your lungs throughout your body. During pregnancy your blood volume increa…
 
Minnesota Oncology’s Dr. Uzma Ali discusses the convergence of the COVID-19 pandemic and “flu season” and what it means for cancer patients. As we approach the holidays, begin to spend more time indoors due to colder weather, what do those diagnosed with cancer and their families and caregivers need to know? Dr. Uzma Ali is a board-certified oncolo…
 
We all want to know about our genetics, but who do we trust? How are tests evaluated? Are at-home genetic tests accurate, and what do they tell me? How important is my family history? You'll get the answers to these questions and a whole lot more from - Genetic Risk Assessment - Master of Science, Anna Leiginger. When it comes to genetics, she know…
 
Breast Cancer Awareness Month continues with breast cancer specialist Dr. Lucia Astrid Garino. As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, Dr. Garino shares her perspective on the effects of the pandemic on breast cancer detection and treatment. With more than 100 cancer care providers, Minnesota Oncology offers access to the latest evidence-based treatmen…
 
As we kick off Breast Cancer Awareness Month, breast cancer expert Dr. Michaela Tsai shares her personal story about genetic breast cancer risk and mastectomy. She also discusses breast cancer screening, prevention, treatments, and what to know when you’re newly diagnosed with breast cancer. Dr. Michaela Tsai has been featured on the front page of …
 
When a person is diagnosed with a non-cancerous blood disorder such as anemia or immune thrombocytopenia (ITP), they may have some anxiety about being referred to a cancer clinic for treatment. But Minnesota Oncology is also the region’s largest treatment center for benign hematology. In this episode, Dr. Rajini Katipamula-Malisetti (Dr. K), oncolo…
 
In this episode, we speak with Kris Newcomer, Executive Director of Firefly Sisterhood. The mission of The Firefly Sisterhood is to foster one-to-one connections between women experiencing breast cancer and inspirational survivors. By matching breast cancer survivors with newly diagnosed women, Firefly Sisterhood helps women navigate their diagnosi…
 
Angel Foundation is a Twin Cities-based 501(c)(3) nonprofit whose mission is to provide support to local adults with cancer and their families. For nearly twenty years, their programs have helped families facing cancer find more everyday moments of joy. Angel Foundation Mission Through an innovative and integrated approach of financial assistance, …
 
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