EMCC

Prof. Hans-Joachim Schmoll, MD: What a Colorectal Cancer Patient in Europe Needs to Know
Oct
18
2011

Prof. Hans-Joachim Schmoll, MD, PhD discusses things a patient needs to know when diagnosed with colorectal cancer, specifically in Europe. Questions for your doctor, age, risk factors, family history, diet and when to start screening are all covered. The Group Room at the 2011 European Multidisciplinary Cancer Conference was made possible, in part, by:   […]

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Hope Rugo, MD: Breast Cancer Data Highlights from EMCC 2011
Oct
17
2011

Hope Rugo, MD discusses the highlights in breast cancer research and treatments at the 2011 European Multidisciplinary Cancer Congress in Stockholm. The Group Room at the 2011 European Multidisciplinary Cancer Conference was made possible, in part, by:   VIDEO TRANSCRIPT Selma Schimmel, Founder & CEO, Vital Options International: This is Selma Schimmel at the Multidisciplinary […]

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Radiotherapy Between or During Chemotherapy Cycles Reduces the Risk of Breast Cancer
Oct
16
2011

Prof. Indrajit (Indy) Fernando discusses his EMCC 2011 talk on how radiotherapy between or during chemotherapy cycles reduces risk of breast cancer recurrence. The Group Room at the 2011 European Multidisciplinary Cancer Conference was made possible, in part, by:   VIDEO TRANSCRIPT Selma Schimmel, Founder & CEO, Vital Options International: This is Selma Schimmel at […]

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Prof. Frederic Amant, MD: Chemotherapy and Pregnancy
Oct
15
2011

Professor Amant discusses the findings of his research involving cancer and pregnancy. Prof Amant and his team found that chemotherapy during pregnancy does not seem to cause developmental problems in children. The Group Room at the 2011 European Multidisciplinary Cancer Conference was made possible, in part, by:   VIDEO TRANSCRIPT Selma Schimmel, Founder & CEO, […]

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Prof. Riccardo Audisio, MD: Breast Cancer and the Elderly
Oct
14
2011

Professor Audisio discusses his research involving breast cancer and the elderly. Prof Audisio is the president of the International Society of Geriatric Oncology and he was presented on Sept. 25 with the 2011 ESSO Award for his achievements in geriatric oncology. The Group Room at the 2011 European Multidisciplinary Cancer Conference was made possible, in […]

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Eileen Furlong, PhD: How a Maternal Cancer Diagnosis Affects the Children
Oct
13
2011

Eileen Furlong, RGN, RCN, PhD, the European Oncology Nursing Society Distinguished Merit Award Winner in 2011, discusses her research on how a maternal cancer diagnosis affects children ages 7-11. The Group Room at the 2011 European Multidisciplinary Cancer Conference was made possible, in part, by:   VIDEO TRANSCRIPT Selma Schimmel, Founder & CEO, Vital Options […]

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Prof. Nathan I. Cherny, MD: The Evolving Role of Palliative Care in Cancer
Oct
12
2011

Prof. Nathan I. Cherny sits down with The Group Room at EMCC 2011. Dr. Cherny discusses the role of palliative care in cancer treatment.  He also talks about how he got into palliative care and surviving testicular cancer as a first year medical student. The Group Room at the 2011 European Multidisciplinary Cancer Conference was […]

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Prof. Nathan I. Cherny, MD: Medical Care vs. Medical Research
Oct
11
2011

Prof. Nathan I. Cherny sits down with The Group Room at EMCC 2011. In this segment, Dr. Cherny discusses medical care vs. medical research and how sometimes the individual patient needs are lost at the expense of the research. The Group Room at the 2011 European Multidisciplinary Cancer Conference was made possible, in part, by: […]

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Thomas Wahlgren, MD: The Swedish Study Offers Hope for Kidney Cancer Patients
Oct
10
2011

Dr. Thomas Wahlgren presented a poster session at EMCC 2011 in Stockholm. His presentation showed the evolution of overall survival in renal cell carcinoma (2000–2008). It was a Swedish population based study. In this video he talks with The Group Room about his findings and hope for the future. The Group Room at the 2011 […]

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