Highlighting Innovative Medical Discovery

The Voice of Pancreatic Cancer Podcast

Announcing Our Pancreatic Cancer Podcast

Brought to you by the Seena Magowitz Foundation and the Medical College of Wisconsin.

Podcasts will be held on the first day of each month. Each episode will bring the most innovative minds in pancreatic cancer research together to share the latest news about early detection and advances in pancreatic cancer treatments. Our goal is to supercharge the learning experience and widen awareness about this dreadful disease. Our panels will include world-renowned research oncologists, pancreatic cancer surgeons, clinical trial lead investigators, and pancreas cancer patients that share their informative stories.

The mission is moving the latest discoveries about pancreatic cancer forward to save lives, extend patient life, enlighten the public on how to minimize the chances of getting pancreatic cancer, and ways to strengthen patient and doctor communication that will help lead to earlier detection. Our focus is on high-value content to the benefit of patients, potential patients, general practitioners, nurse practitioners, medical students, and the general public.

Podcast Access, Schedule, and Topics

All podcast episodes are archived at the following locations. Current or previous podcasts can be accessed at any time.

> Audio Only Episodes
> Video Only Episodes
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Your Podcast Host

Miranda Wainberg
Director of Marketing and Communications
miranda@seenamagowitzfoundation.org
Phone: 936-615-0753

 

MAY 1, 2021 PODCAST

Clinical Trial: PuriST Classification-Guided Adaptive Neoadjuvant Chemotherapy by RNA Expression Profiling of EUS Aspiration Samples (PANCREAS) (NCT04683315)
The Seena Magowitz Foundation helped sponsor this clinical trial.

Dr. Susan Tsai, MD, MHS. FACS
Associate Professor
LaBahn Pancreatic Cancer Program
Surgical Oncology
Medical College of Wisconsin

 

Dr. Jen Jen Yeh, MD
Vice Chair of Research
Department of Surgery-
Division of Oncology
UNC School of Medicine-Surgery

 
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