The CRUK Cambridge Centre Podcast began in 2021 and is now in its third series.
It has covered everything from research trials, patients' perspectives on cancer and genetics. Listen below to a selection of episodes or scroll down to discover them all.
Dr Hugo Ford, Elaine Chapman and Professor Jean Abraham talk about the progress of the Cambridge Cancer Research Hospital, what will be integrated into the new building, and how it will impact both the researchers and clinicians who will work there and the patients who will be treated in the new hospital.
Professor Jean Abraham and Catharine Scott talk about integrated cancer medicine within the Personalised Breast Cancer Programme and the PARTNER clinical trial, and how the research has been translated into the clinic to positively affect Catharine’s treatment in real time and what the impact and outcome has been.
Dr Daniel Hodson talks about the DIRECT clinical trial for diffuse large B-cell lymphoma (DLBCL). DIRECT focuses on both stratifying the different sub-types of DLBCL in order to provide personalised treatment for patients and on prioritising patients who do not respond well to current standard of care in order to introduce alternative treatments to their care plan.
Professor Richard Gilbertson talks about the integrated cancer medicine vision both now and in the future with a line of sight into the Cambridge Cancer Research Hospital.