Karmanos Podcasts

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  • WJR Joseph Uberti, M.D., Ph.D , interim president and CEO of the Barbara Ann Karmanos Cancer Institute, medical oncologist and co-leader of the Bone Marrow & Stem Cell Transplant Multidisciplinary Team , discusses the recent data from the American Cancer Society that shows a decrease in the cancer death rate. The rate has declined by a third over the past 30 years. Hear more from The Guy Gordon Show.

  • WebMD Karmanos multiple myeloma survivor Robert Brooks and Craig Cole, M.D. , join WebMD's Health Discovered podcast to talk about the following topics surrounding health equity in multiple myeloma care: The importance of patients being their own health advocate Seeing a doctor for any pains, as they could be a sign of multiple myeloma Why people, especially African Americans, should be screened for monoclonal gammopathy of undetermined significance (MGUS – a precursor disease that puts people at a high...

  • What does implicit racial bias look like in oncology care? Lauren Hamel, Ph.D., co-program leader of the Population Studies and Disparities Research Program at the Barbara Ann Karmanos Cancer Institute and associate professor at Wayne State University School of Medicine, joins the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) Education podcast to discuss the impact implicit racial bias has on oncology patient outcomes.

  • Craig Cole, M.D., hematologist and oncologist, member of the Hematology Oncology and Multiple Myeloma and Amyloidosis Multidisciplinary Teams at Karmanos, joins Joseph Mikhael, M.D., chief medical officer of the International Myeloma Foundation, for a discussion on reducing disparities in myeloma by delivering culturally relevant care and more. Hear more of this discussion by watching the podcast, where the two doctors discuss the roots of health disparities in multiple myeloma, barriers in the diagnosi...

  • Abhinav Deol, M.D., medical oncologist and member of the Bone Marrow & Stem Cell Transplant, Hematology Oncology and Multiple Myeloma and Amyloidosis Multidisciplinary Teams, joins OncLive on Air to talk about Karmanos' fellowship program. He details how the program assists fellows in finding their first jobs, how they help fellows deal with grief and what he wants his trainees to take away from the program.

  • Ashley Richardson, D.O., breast surgical oncologist at Karmanos Cancer Institute at McLaren Clarkston and McLaren Flint, encourages women to get their annual mammogram, discusses breast cancer treatment options and tells listeners about Karmanos' 12th Annual All Cancer Symposium, happening on Saturday, October 15. Registration is free for the 12th Annual Cancer Symposium in Flint, Detroit, Lansing and for those who attend virtually.

  • WJR Natasha Robinette, M.D., radiologist and clinical service chief of imaging Karmanos Cancer Center, speaks with WJR's Lloyd Jackson about the latest screening tool for breast cancer screening, SoftVue(TM). Dr. Robinette explains how SoftVue(TM), when used with a screening mammogram, benefits women with dense breast tissue. Learn more about SoftVue . Hear more of The Guy Gordon Show .

  • Lauren Lawrence, vice president of the Karmanos Cancer Network, joins CANdid Connection to talk about celebrating cancer survivors and how Karmanos is expanding cancer services throughout Michigan and into Ohio.

  • Lung cancer survivor encourages others to quit smoking and advocates for cancer screenings WDET - Susie Lawrence, Ph.D. says joining the Lung Cancer Screening Program at Karmanos led to her survival. During National Cancer Survivor’s Month in June, Susie Lawrence, Ph.D. shared how she found out she had lung cancer with WDET. As a decades-long smoker whose father died of lung cancer, Dr. Lawrence thought her cough was normal until a health care specialist asked her about her personal and family health hi...

  • During Multiple Myeloma Awareness Month in March, Karmanos joined the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society – Michigan Chapter, for their radio special on The Detroit Praise Network discussing multiple myeloma. Multiple myeloma is cancer of the plasma cells - a type of white blood cell in bone marrow. This disease is diagnosed in more African Americans than any other race in the United States. Karmanos’ Office of Cancer Health Equity and Community Engagement’s (OCHECE) Shoma Pal, manager, strategic planning, ...