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Cancer Answers: Understanding Your Pathology Report May 26, 2019

July 25, 2019
  • 00:00Support for Yale Cancer Center Answers comes from AstraZeneca, a global science-led biopharmaceutical business committed to bringing to market innovative oncology medicines that address unmet needs for people living with cancer. More at astrazeneca-us.com.
  • 00:14Welcome to Yale Cancer Answers with doctors Anees Chagpar and Steven Gore. I am Bruce Barber. Yale Cancer Answers features the latest information on cancer care by welcoming oncologists and specialists who are on the forefront of the battle to fight cancer. This week, it is a conversation about understanding your pathology report with Dr. Angelique Levi. Dr. Levi is an Associate Professor and the Director of Outreach in the Department of Pathology at the Yale University School of Medicine. Dr. Gore is a Professor of Internal Medicine and Hematology at Yale and Director of Hematologic Malignancies at Smilow Cancer Hospital. 00:53.900 --> 01:06.100
  • 14:19Medical Minute
  • 14:39This is a medical minute about survivorship. Completing treatment for cancer is a very exciting milestone, but cancer and its treatment can be a life-changing experience. For cancer survivors, the return to normal activities and relationship can be difficult and some survivors face long-term side effects resulting from their treatment including heart problems, osteoporosis, fertility issues, and an increased risk of second cancers. Resources are available to help keep cancer survivors well and focused on healthy living. More information is available at YaleCancerCenter.org. You are listening to Connecticut Public Radio. 15:9.800 --> 16:13.300