Join us on The James Cancer-Free World Podcast as we talk to the top scientists and doctors at the OSUCCC – James. They’ll discuss – in easy-to-understand language – all the cutting-edge cancer research going on at Ohio State and how this is improving patient care and ultimately saving lives.
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Is vaping creating a new generation of smokers and increasing the cancer risk? Ted Wagener, director of The James Center for Tobacco Research, tackles this question and other important issues like why nicotine is so addictive, cessation strategies and the history of vaping.
Join us as we celebrate two years of our podcast and listen to excerpts from some of our favorite conversations with guests like Dr. William Farrar, Pelotonia president Doug Ulman, Dr. Don Benson and more.
Adolescent and young adult (AYA) cancer patients face a unique set of challenges and hurdles during and after their cancer treatment. Samantha Hulett, a James social worker and the navigator of the hospital's growing AYA programs, describes these challenges, including where to be treated, sexual health and fertility issues, depression and more.
Do soy products increase your cancer risk? Should cancer patients eliminate sugar from their diet or go vegan or vegetarian? Candice Schreiber, a James clinical dietician and food educator, walks us through these questions and the many myths and misconceptions connected to food and cancer.
Amyloidosis is a rare and often hard-to-diagnose disease that can fill the heart, kidney and liver with dangerous fibrils (or fibers), cause nerve damage and chronic inflammation. Join us as Dr Yvonne Efebera explains the three types of amyloidosis and the research and treatment advances being made at The James Comprehensive Amyloidosis Clinic.