We have produced a series of? short YouTube samplers which feature some of the amazing people interviewed on our radio show – They include TV Star Fran Descher (the Nanny), Professor Ian Frazer, Professor Seow Choen and many more
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?Video samplers of our highly rated shows
Interview with Professor Mark Smyth from the QIMR Berghofer Medical Research Institute in Brisbane, Australia.
Interview with Professor Rajiv Khanna from the QIMR Berghofer Medical Research Institute in Brisbane, Australia. Click Here
Interview with Jill ODonnell – Tormey and the Cancer Research Institute (CRI)
Listen to how the answer to cancer inside you may be unleashed with new immunotherapy treatments.
Beating Leukemia: Bad to the Bone: the True Story of David Tuccaro, Jr
March 28, 2014 CLICK HERE
CLICK HERE for Regina Cate Interview
CLICK HERE for Prof Ian Frazer Interview
CLICK HERE for Fran Drescher Interview
CLICK HERE for Prof Francis Seow Choen Interview
SEE AT A GLANCE: List of notable guests on the show.
Patients & Doctors have a rare opportunity to meet… the unsung heroes driving modern cancer research and developing new treatments. (to produce a new treatment can take decades) Many will never be famous but whose cancer achievements are astounding – they include – researchers, scientists, practitioners and outstounding patients.
The show also contains information you are unlikely to get in the one place any where else – due to the diversity of interviews.
Show has been running since since Aug 2012
Be Informed – The new culture of cancer survivorship demands increasing levels of cancer health intelligence – enabling patients to understand the new game in personalized cancer treatments and make intelligent choices.
Health intelligence – The show is health intelligence in action. High quality interviews with genuine researchers and authentic patient stories. Recently – H.H. the Dalai Lama explained, that emotions based on reason and analysis, tend to drive meaningful behavior.
We know many traumatised cancer patients make emotionally based decisions which makes them vulnerable to entrepreneurs promising a miracle cure for cancer. Grace’s show gives patients an opportunity to hear from researchers whose work is found in medical papers and nowhere else. Few have a ‘Dr Google’ presence because their time & energy goes into research, developing, clinical application of treatments and not into ‘image building.’
The show is sponsored in order to provide a service to patients via Free Downloads available at the Voice America website and at Itunes.
New Immunotherapy Medicines – the future of cancer medicine – already used in Germany– Dr Horst Lindhoffer August 2 – LISTEN NOW
?Destroying cancer stem cells means fighting cancer at its roots?
says Horst Lindhofer, CEO of TRION Pharma. ?Catumaxomab?s efficacy against this particularly aggressive and resistant population of cancer cells further supports its therapeutic potential for the treatment of EpCAM-positive carcinomas.?
On today?s edition of Navigating the Cancer Maze, I interview Dr Horst Lindhoffer PhD about one of the most innovative and exciting cancer treatment breakthroughs in many years. We know that The human immune system is usually quite effective at identifying and eliminating abnormal cells.
Cancer cells, however, can form tumors and spread throughout the body. Although chaotic in their behavior, cancer cells operate with high level intelligence to escape detection by our immune system?s control mechanisms. Often misunderstood, this is a fundamental principle in understanding how cancer cells behave and how immune recognition can be assisted. The new breakthrough cancer treatments capitalize on that information. It has been a long-standing vision of physicians and scientists to develop a treatment that can put the immune system back on track. TRION has achieved the goal with its trifunctional Triomab? antibodies. CLICK HERE TO LISTEN NOW
Feature interview: Dr Barrie Cassileth
The role of Complementary Therapies in Cancer Care -Grace Gawler in conversation with MSKCC?s Dr Barrie Cassileth
Founder of the Integrative Medicine Service at the Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, (MSKCC) where she remains the chief, and holds the Laurance S. Rockefeller Chair in Integrative Medicine.
Dr Cassileth has been involved with the psychosocial aspects of cancer care for more than 25 years – LISTEN NOW
Dr Cassileth’s ‘About Herbs, Botanicals & Other Products’ at MSKCC is an invaluable resource for patients and doctors wanting to learn ore about herbal medicines, supplements and herb-drug interactions – click for MSKCC About Herbs
Feature interview: Professor Thomas Vogl
Navigating the Cancer Maze with Professor Thomas Vogl discussing innovative German treatments
Today I am in conversation with Prof Thomas Vogl talking about innovative solutions to treating Cancer, including mesothelioma. Professor Vogl is Chairman Department of Radiology University of Frankfurt- Department of Diagnostic and Interventional Radiology Germany.
His institute is in a position to offer a total of ten interventional methods for the therapy of a variety of tumors, metastases and recidivist tumors.
Frankfurt, Germany has become a primary cancer center in Euorope offering outstanding service in interventional conventional oncological therapies like chemotherapy, surgery and radiotherapy, TACE trans arterial chemo-embolisation while transarterial chemoperfusion (TACP), and transpulmonary chemoembolization (TPCE) have become particularly viable methods for the treatment of malignant tumors in the lung. Prof Vogl works in close collaboration with Hallwang Private Oncology Clinic in Germany?s Black Forest, making a powerful team in solutions-focussed cancer medicine.” LISTEN NOW
Feature interview: Dr John Singe
Navigating the Vascular maze in Cancer Medicine ? Clotting Risks for Cancer Patients – What You Can Do
Over the years I have witnessed abnormally high mortality rates from cancer patients travelling overseas for treatments. Many times their fate was not due to their cancer, but DVT, pulmonary embolisms or other vascular events. Events that could have been avoided had they been aware of preventable measures they could take. To explore this issue I wanted to find someone who has worked with vascular issues for decades and who has knowledge of cancer. Introducing Dr John Singe a highly skilled vascular surgeon with more than 30 years experience who will take us on an amazing and educative journey through the convoluted inner landscape of our veins and arteries. Learn about prevention and safe air-travel for cancer patients who are 7 times more prone to blood clotting events than others. Knowledge is power, and this knowledge definitely can save lives. LISTEN NOW
Feature interview: Prof Ray Lowenthal
Navigating the Cancer Maze ? the Evolution of Oncology -What?s Changed?
Grace says, “In this informative episode I focus on the evolution of conventional oncology in my interview with Pioneer Medical Oncologist and Haematologist Prof. Ray Lowenthal AO. His research focuses on leukaemia, lymphoma, bone marrow transplantation and clinical trials of new cancer treatments. An author of over 100 scientific papers; as a pioneer oncologist, Prof Lowenthal undertook postgraduate training 1968-75 in the UK including nearly 3 years at the Medical Research Council?s Leukaemia Unit at Hammersmith Hospital, London. Returning to Australia in 1975 he accepted a position at the University of Tasmania where he remains today. Concerned about misinformation in cancer medicine & being in the position of a pioneer in Oncology; he authored a book for the public; ?Cancer: What to do about it?. Given the rise in popularity of alt medicine treatments for cancer; a new and updated edition is being considered.” LISTEN NOW
Feature interview: Dr Bruce Whelan
Spinning Gold from Straw: How trauma transformed a Doctor?s Life and Practice.
Dr Bruce Whelan is a specialist GP who has been in Practice for 45 years. His passion for his vocation remains high with specialties in pain management, addiction and a broad range of physical and psychological issues including cancer medicine.
Dr Whelan quotes Carl Jung when I ask him about his way of helping patients; he answers ?Only the wounded physician can help to heal.? Defining the difference between healing and curing is important in understanding the complexities of recovery from illness.
Dr Whelan frames this within his own life story when in October 2002 he became personally involved in the aftermath of the Bali bombing that killed 202 people. He describes the impact on his family & resultant PTSD (post traumatic stress disorder) he suffered. However, after his recovery, he returned to medicine with new insights and understanding having been through a ?dark night of the soul? experience. This is an inspiring & timely interview for anyone in recovery from any malady. LISTEN NOW
Feature interview: Prof Suzanne Chambers
Navigating the Prostate Cancer Maze: Facing the Tiger with Prof Suzanne Chambers
Prostate Cancer is now the most common male cancer in the western world with 120,000 Australian men living with a diagnosis while in the US, it is thought that 238,590 new cases of prostate cancer will be diagnosed in 2013.
For each man who has prostate cancer, there will be people close who care about them, and love them who are also deeply affected. Enter Professor Suzanne Chambers, a health psychologist , practitioner and researcher in psychological support for cancer patients for over 20 years.
Her focus has been on trials of interventions that address couple support and the psychological distress in men with prostate cancer. As a result she has recently published Facing the Tiger A Guide for Men with Prostate Cancer and the People who Love Them.
Experts say Suzanne Chambers has written the game plan for coping with Prostate Cancer. This is yet another opportunity to learn about strategies that improve life and wellbeing freeing up more energy to focus on the prostate cancer itself. LISTEN NOW
Feature interview: Debby Franke Ogg, MSW, LCSW
Debby Franke Ogg?s story of unexpected remission from stage 4 nodular lymphoma was the basis for the 1988 feature film a Leap of Faith, also called A Question of Faith starring Anne Archer and Sam Neill. Following a miscarriage, aged 40; Debby was told that she had nodular lymphoma; a poor prognosis & no cure. In 2013; as a 27 year survivor, Debby continues to inspire others. Now a therapist based in New York, Debby helps her clients find their own prescriptions for optimal living and self-expression as a complement to whatever cancer therapy they may be having
Visit her website – http://debbyfrankeogg.com/
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