Cancer and COVID-19 Podcasts
Coping with Isolation and Cancer during COVID-19
What does social distancing mean for people affected by cancer? How can you stay connected with your support circle? Yvonne King from Cancer Council’s 13 11 20 Information and Support service discusses how you can feel less isolated. Listen to podcast at https://www.cancercouncil.com.au/podcasts/cancer-and-covid-19/.
Telehealth for Cancer
What is telehealth and when is it being used for cancer care? Karen Robinson from Cancer Council’s 13 11 20 Information and Support service explains how you can get the most out of your telehealth appointments. Listen to podcast at https://www.cancercouncil.com.au/podcasts/cancer-and-covid-19/.
Interview with Keith Podcast Series
Keith Conlon interviews Dr Dan Worthley
Dr Dan Worthley from the University of Adelaide and SAHMRI is the recipient of a Cancer Council Beat Cancer Project Translational Research Grant specialising in bowel cancer research and treatment. He is currently leading a world first trial, called APOLLO2, which hopes to provide the clinical fingertips to help guide the selection of the right therapy for the right patient.
He speaks with Keith Conlon about his career to date, his current research project and what he hopes to achieve through funding from Cancer Council SA.
Keith Conlon interviews Dr Jean Winter
Dr Jean Winter from Flinders University is a Cancer Council Beat Cancer Project Early Career Fellow. Specialising in breast cancer research, Dr Winter’s work focuses on a ground breaking new treatment strategy that aims to rehabilitate rather than abolish activity of the estrogen receptor to treat breast cancer.
She speaks with Keith Conlon about her passion for research and why funding from Cancer Council SA is so important.
Keith Conlon interviews Associate Professor Philip Gregory
A/Prof Philip Gregory is the Laboratory Head for the Centre of Cancer Biology at UniSA and is a recipient of a Cancer Council Beat Cancer Project Principal Research Fellowship. His research focuses on breast and prostate cancer, aiming to understand why some forms of the disease spread and others don’t.
He speaks to Keith about his work, what motivates him to make a difference and why support from the community means so much to him.
Keith Conlon interviews Professor Lisa Butler
Professor Lisa Butler from the University of Adelaide and SAHMRI is a Cancer Council Beat Cancer Project Principal Research Fellow. Her research looks at improving the clinical management and treatment outcomes for men with prostate cancer, using cutting edge technologies and clinically relevant models.
She speaks with Keith about her career to date, her passion to make a difference and what she hopes to achieve through Cancer Council SA funding.