Podcasts

Sanborn and Gaffar Share Clinical and Economic Treatment Insights in NSCLC

February 1st 2021

In our exclusive interview, Dr. Sanborn and Dr. Gaffar share insight into the clincal and economic considerations for treatment in advanced NSCLC.

Markman Talks Vilified Vaccines, Taboos, and Treatment for Cervical Cancer

January 28th 2021

Dr. Markman discusses the clinical milestone of the HPV vaccine as a means to prevent cervical cancer, the debate on HPV-negative disease, and what efforts can be done on a global scale to reduce the incidence and mortality of cervical cancer.

FDA Approval Insights: Nivolumab/Cabozantinib in Advanced RCC

January 25th 2021

In our exclusive interview, Toni K. Choueiri, MD, provides perspective on the FDA approval of nivolumab and cabozantinib in advanced renal cell carcinoma.

Forecasting Future Advances Across Oncology

January 21st 2021

Expert discuss their expectations for research and drug development in oncology in the new year.

Capitalizing on Cellular Therapies in Lymphoma and Myeloma

January 18th 2021

In our exclusive interview, Dr. Kansagra, Dr. D’Souza, and Dr. Dholaria provided an in-depth look into the current state of cellular therapy in hematologic malignancies, the benefits and drawbacks of approved and investigational products, and new constructs for CAR T in multiple myeloma and lymphoma.

Pursuing New Paradigms in Prostate Cancer

January 14th 2021

In today’s episode, we had the pleasure of speaking with the faculty of a recent Institutional Perspectives in Cancer webinar on prostate cancer hosted by Yale Cancer Center.

Powles and Rini Put ctDNA Into Perspective in Urothelial Cancer

January 11th 2021

In our exclusive interview, Dr. Powles and Dr. Rini provide insight into an analysis of the phase 3 IMvigor010 study and its implications for circulating tumor DNA as a biomarker in urothelial cancer and beyond.

Braunstein and Richter Talk Transplant and Therapy Options in Newly Diagnosed Myeloma

January 7th 2021

In our exclusive interview, Dr. Braunstein and Dr. Richter discuss navigating treatment selection for patients with the newly diagnosed multiple myeloma and the evolving role of minimal residual disease testing.

Spotlighting Management Strategies Across Sarcoma Subtypes

January 4th 2021

Faculty of a recent Institutional Perspectives in Cancer webinar on sarcoma, hosted by Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center, share updates in the management of gastrointestinal stromal tumor, epithelioid and synovial sarcoma, and tenosynovial giant cell tumor.

Lindau on Leading Successful Surgical Fellowships

December 31st 2020

In our exclusive interview, Robert Lindau, III, MD, discusses his journey into the head and neck surgery space, tips for a successful fellowship, and the importance of creating a family-like environment within the fellowship program he directs.

Gaining Insight Into the Management of Gastrointestinal Malignancies

December 28th 2020

Faculty from a recent Institutional Perspectives in Cancer webinar on gastrointestinal cancer hosted by the University of Kentucky discuss the current paradigms in hepatocellular carcinoma, colorectal cancer, and pancreatic cancer.

Druker Details a Career of Determination, Patient Impact, and Family Success

December 24th 2020

In our exclusive interview, Brian Druker, MD, discusses his journey into the field of oncology, the research that led to the initial approval of imatinib, why awards don’t impact his view on cancer care, and how becoming a family man has made him a better physician and scientist.

Multimodality Therapy Makes Waves in Bladder Cancer

December 21st 2020

Faculty from a recent Institutional Perspectives in Cancer webinar on bladder cancer hosted by Cleveland Clinic share updates in the management of metastatic urothelial carcinoma, as well as robotic cystectomy and bladder preservation approaches in muscle-invasive bladder cancer.

Borghaei and Gunuganti Break Down the Elements of Treatment Selection in NSCLC

December 17th 2020

In our exclusive interview, Dr. Borghaei and Dr. Gunuganti discuss patient selection for frontline immunotherapy, combination immunotherapy, and chemoimmunotherapy in NSCLC, the importance of PD-L1 expression, and emerging agents that are coming down the pike.

Learning to Tailor Targeted and Immune Therapy in Lung Cancer

December 14th 2020

Faculty of the MedStar Georgetown University Hospital-hosted Institutional Perspectives in Cancer webinar on lung cancer spotlight key advances made with targeted therapies in lung cancer, the ways in which immunotherapy has complicated treatment decisions, and more!

Bardia Brings to Light Complex Breast Cancer Cases

December 10th 2020

In our exclusive interview, Aditya Bardia, MD, MPH, sheds light on the considerations that should be made leading up to treatment selection in common clinical scenarios in breast cancer.

Robert Recaps a Career of Clinical Research in Melanoma

December 7th 2020

In our exclusive interview, Caroline Robert, MD, PhD, discusses her groundbreaking work on clinical trials evaluating anti–CTLA-4 and anti–PD-1 antibodies in advanced melanoma, her experiences as a researcher in France and the United States, her love of traveling, and next steps for the field.

Huntsman Homes in on the Integration of Precision Medicine in Oncology

December 3rd 2020

In our exclusive interview, Dr. Huntsman discusses the elements of precision medicine that have contributed to its growth in the field of oncology, some of the setbacks regarding its integration, and areas of research that have the potential to propel precision medicine to the next tier of scientific discovery and application.

Marvels in Medicine: Dr. Karlan on Creating Continuous Quality Improvement in Gynecologic Oncology

November 30th 2020

In our exclusive interview, Dr. Karlan discusses pivotal moments in her career as a gynecologic oncologist, the challenges of forging a name for herself, and future directions for the field.

Loaiza-Bonilla on Applications, Actionability, and Affordability of AI in Oncology

November 26th 2020

In our exclusive interview, Dr. Loaiza-Bonilla explains how AI can be used to optimize patient care, provides insight into the research that has been done to develop potential applications for AI in oncology, and sheds light on some of the barriers that have to be overcome in order to effectively implement AI in oncology.