September 29, 2017 Hosts Dr. Nilay Shah, Dr. Ryan Roberts, and Dr. Keri Streby from Nationwide Childrens Hospital in Columbus, Ohio, sit down with Dr. Mitchell Cairo to discuss his experiences within the pediatric cancer research sector.
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.
Lorlatinib may prove effective for the treatment of neuroblastoma. Solving Kids Cancer is leading an international effort of like-minded nonprofits to provide nearly $400,000 of collaborative funding for an innovative clinical trial to bring a potentially life-saving therapy to kids.
Host Dr. Ryan Roberts, from Nationwide Children`s Hospital, interviews Dr. Rani George, Dana Farber/Boston Children`s Center, about progress being made in pediatric cancer research
This September, Solving Kids` Cancer is raising awareness for childhood cancer awareness month by distributing free gold shoelaces as part of their #LaceUpforKids campaign.
Twipo hosts and co-hosts interview Dr. Javier Blanco, SUNY Buffalo, about the toxic, long term effects that various chemotherapy drugs can have on heart tissue.
Dr. Timothy Cripe, along with cohosts Dr. Keri Streby, Dr. Nilay Shah and Dr. Ryan Roberts, interview special guest Dr. Lars Wagner, Chief of Pediatric Hematology/Oncology, University of Kentucky.
TWIPO hosts and cohosts interview Dr. Matthew Breen, NC State Veterinary Medicine, on his research with various dog genomes, and whether or not dogs can “teach us new tricks” when it comes to cancer treatment.
TWiPO hosts and cohosts interview Dr. Uri Tabori, Hospital for Sick Kids, Toronto, about the challenges that are unique to pediatric brain tumors and how preventative treatment and early diagnosis can be largely beneficial.