ESMO 2012 Congress Audio Interviews
By European Society for Medical Oncology
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Those individual audio interviews were carried out during the ESMO 2012 Congress in Vienna. You will listen to different prominent doctors discussing different issues in cancer treatment.
||CleanChristophe Zielinski||Journalist Adam Kirtley talks to the official ESMO host in Vienna, Professor Christoph Zielinski, himself a breast cancer specialist at the medical University of Vienna, about the importance of this congress and what it might reveal.||2/4/2013||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanDiana Eccles||Prof Diana Eccles, University of Southampton, UK, talks about the need for specialists to not only treat a new case of cancer of course, but also to look at whether there was any pre-disposition to that cancer for genetic reasons.||2/4/2013||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanDr Derek Power||Dr. Derek Power talks about Educating the public about how a third of cancers are preventable with lifestyle changes seems obvious but more efforts are needed to overcome myths on cancer risk factors.||2/4/2013||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanCristiana Sessa||Cristiana Sessa says that ovarian cancer is one of the more tricky ones. If caught early it is very much easier to treat. However early diagnosis without regular screening is difficult and once the disease advances, it gets much harder to treat.||2/4/2013||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanRamon Luengo-Fernandez||Dr. Ramon Luengo-Fernandez discusses a big study into the economic burden of cancer has been conducted by the University of Oxford.||2/4/2013||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanNathan Cherny||Nathan Cherny talks about how pain is an inevitable, yet a rather forgotten part of cancer. As the disease progresses, better and better palliative care, including effective pain relief, is vital.||2/4/2013||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanJosep Tabanero||Josep Tabernero discusses how personalised medicine is looking not only at the individual type of cancer, but how it is affecting the individual person that has the disease.||2/4/2013||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanFortunato Ciardiello||Fortunato Ciardiello explains that personalised care and how cancer treatment is moving towards selecting patients or specialised treatment for specific types of the disease. J||2/4/2013||Free||View in iTunes|