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Episode 10: Unveiling Ovarian Toxicity: Beyond Fertility in Cancer Care

Join Medical Oncologist Professor Bogda Koczwara AM and Dr. Wanda Cui as they dive deep into the often overlooked complexities of ovarian toxicity in cancer care. Bogda and Wanda go beyond the usual discussions of fertility to explore the vital importance of a woman’s overall ovarian health after cancer treatment.

The Oncology Journal Club

The Oncology Journal Club Podcast 4: New Zealand vs Australia, Optimising Breast Cancer Treatment, ChatGPT Insights, ASCO Guidelines, Hand-Foot Syndrome and More!

Welcome to Episode 4 of the second series of The Oncology Journal Club! Our Host Craig Underhill is joined by Dr Kate Clarke and Professor Christopher Jackson. Tune into The Oncology Journal Club Podcast for an informative and entertaining journey through the world of oncology research and practice.

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Episode 9: Understanding and Managing Chemotherapy-Induced Peripheral Neuropathy

Welcome to the ninth episode of Supportive Care Matters, a podcast Hosted by Medical Oncologist Professor Bogda Koczwara AM from Adelaide, Australia.
Navigating the silent struggle that many cancer survivors face, this episode promises insights into the lesser-known yet impactful world of chemotherapy-induced peripheral neuropathy (CIPN). With the expertise of Professor David Goldstein and Associate Professor Susanna Park, this episode sheds light on how CIPN disrupts daily life in ways that go unnoticed by the medical community.

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Episode 8: Words That Matter

Welcome to the eighth episode of Supportive Care Matters, a podcast Hosted by Medical Oncologist Professor Bogda Koczwara AM from Adelaide, Australia.

Bogda is joined by Professor Tom J. Smith to discuss the meaning of “supportive” versus “palliative” care and how to use these terms to overcome fear and stigma, and put patient’s needs first. Tom is Director of Palliative Medicine for Johns Hopkins Medicine, a cancer survivor and proponent of Scrambler Therapy.

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