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CANCER BUZZ Podcast

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The CANCER BUZZ podcast features fresh perspectives on hot topics in oncology care delivery. CANCER BUZZ is where stakeholders from the front lines of care to the C-suite, from research to the registry, from chairside to benchside, talk about top-of-mind questions and real-world impact.

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Hear how to educate patients and their caregivers about the risks and benefits to oral therapies for breast cancer.
Hear how malnutrition affects people with cancer in different ways, even impacting cancer treatment plans.
Hear how one Iowa-based program is addressing the sexual health gap in cancer care by supporting oncology professionals in having these conversations and referring patients to allied professionals as needed.
Hear how malnutrition affects people with cancer in different ways, even impacting cancer treatment plans.
Allowing APPs (e.g., nurse practitioners and physician assistants) the privilege to sign anti-cancer treatment orders not only improves access to high-quality cancer care, it can also free up physician time to see more new patients and streamline clinic workflow.
At the height of the pandemic, many people were actively avoiding hospitals. The concern: during this extended period of time, there could be delays in cancer detection and treatment rates. The James Cancer Hospital opened a new set of front doors to its facility, The James Cancer Diagnostic Center, where patients can be evaluated, diagnosed, and treated all under one roof.
Baptist Health South Florida, Miami Cancer Institute in Florida turned to technology to provide high-quality cancer care without having to dip deeper into its operating budget.
Since implementation, Chemotherapy Care Companion has decreased patients’ healthcare costs by preventing emergency department (ED) visits and hospitalizations and improved their overall satisfaction.
Hear how malnutrition affects people with cancer in different ways, even impacting cancer treatment plans.
Hear about a treatment plan collaboration between the oncology care team and PCP from one of our 2022 ACCC Innovator Award winners—ChristianaCare's Helen F. Graham Cancer Center & Research Institute.
With the emergence of oral cancer therapies, it is a very exciting time in cancer care. But these treatments can come with adverse events.
While patients with cancer face many physical and psychological challenges associated with their disease and/or treatment, their social, emotional, and legal needs can lead to ongoing health disparities and reduced quality of life if left unaddressed.
To help older patients become digitally literate, the Patient Empowerment Network offers a free program that teaches older adults with cancer valuable technology skills.
The demand for medical cannabis education from both providers and patients is increasing dramatically as stigma on its use decreases. Learn how the Cannabis and Cancer Research and Education Clinic (CanCaRE) is helping meet this growing need.
Allen Beck and Rivka Shakow Beck were newlyweds when Allen was diagnosed with myelodysplastic syndrome. Allen and Rivka were thrust into a stressful situation, but financial advocate, Angie Santiago, CRCS, was ready to help.
Listen to ACCC's Matt Devino and President of the Empire State Hematology & Oncology Society, Rahul Seth, DO, discuss why every voice is critical in grassroots advocacy efforts on both the federal and state level, and how cancer professionals who moonlight as patient advocates can help improve access to care and reduce financial toxicity for people living with cancer.
Clinical trials are the best instrument to advance treatment for blood cancers, but numerous challenges exist around trial identification, enrollment, and participation. We’ll hear perspectives from a community provider and patient advocacy organization on immediate—and forward-thinking—solutions to help this population better access clinical trials, including a tool from the Leukemia and Lymphoma …
Hear how Vanderbilt University Medical Center created a model for integrating advanced practitioners into a radiation oncology satellite clinic to provide long-term follow-up care and survivorship services.
Stephen Quake, PhD, spoke to CANCER BUZZ about the application of liquid biopsies across multiple cancer stages and their potential to improve patient outcomes, minimize financial toxicity, and create health equity through greater testing access and lower cost.
Meeting the needs of cancer program staff to ultimately improve patient outcomes is at the heart of the presidential themes of ACCC’s current and immediate past presidents. CANCER BUZZ spoke to Krista Nelson, who advocated for the professional well-being of cancer program staff and Dr. David Penberthy, who aims to leverage technology to transform cancer care delivery and the patient experience. Hear …
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