Host, Dr. Timothy Cripe from Nationwide Children’s Hospital, along with his co-hosts – Dr. Ryan Roberts, Dr. Nilay Shah, Dr. Keri Streby, and Dr. Mark Ranalli, interview Dr. Peter Adamson from Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. Dr. Adamson was previously interviewed back in 2011, in Podcast #9, and they discuss the progress that has been made since…

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Hosts, Dr. Timothy Cripe, Dr. Keri Steby, Dr. Ryan Roberts, and Dr. Jonathan Finlay from Nationwide Children`s Hospital are joined by Dr. Eugene Hwang, who is a pediatric hematologist-oncologist at the Children`s National Medical Center in Washington D.C

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December 21, 2017 – Host, Dr. Timothy Cripe, from Nationwide Children`s Hospital in Columbus, Ohio had the honor of interviewing Nancy Goodman, Founder and Executive Director of Kids v. Cancer in Washington DC.

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What began as a proposal for a four center US-based clinical trial of a promising combination therapy for children battling brain tumors, has expanded into a large-scale clinical trial at 58 centers in 13 countries, that brings new hope to children across the globe, who have run out of treatment options.

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November 16, 2017 – DURHAM, NC: A Phase 1 clinical trial leveraging the re-engineered polio virus is now open for enrollment to children 12 years and older at the Preston Robert Tisch Brain Tumor Center, Duke University Medical Center. After years of following the progress of this promising therapy against adult glioblastoma and working with…

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Oct. 8, 2017 – Hosts Dr. Timothy Cripe and Dr. Nilay Shah, from Nationwide Children`s Hospital in Columbus, Ohio, are joined by Dr. Dean Lee to discuss their experience with T-cell CARs (Chimeric Antigen Receptors).

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September 29, 2017 Hosts Dr. Nilay Shah, Dr. Ryan Roberts, and Dr. Keri Streby from Nationwide Children’s Hospital in Columbus, Ohio, sit down with Dr. Mitchell Cairo to discuss his experiences within the pediatric cancer research sector.

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In this podcast, Dr. Brenda Weigel, University of Minnesota, shares her background and why she became involved in childhood cancer research.  She discusses the current challenges and where she sees research going in the future.

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