Lung Cancer Voices Podcast Listing
1. Advances in Lung Cancer, Acheivements, Hopes and Challenges
On our first podcast, Dr. Paul Wheatley-Price, Medical Oncologist at The Ottawa Hospital and President of Lung Cancer Canada, speaks to Dr. Natasha Leighl, Medical Oncologist at Princess Margaret Hospital and Dr. David Gandara of UC Davis, Sacremento
2. Patient Stories: Mariel Bouris
In this episode, Dr. Paul Wheatley-Price interviews Mariel Bouris, a retired nurse and multi-year small cell lung cancer survivor.
3. Lung Cancer Screening
In this episode, Dr. Paul-Wheatley-Price interviews Dr. Stephen Lam, principal investigator for the pan-Canadian Screening Program
4. Patients, Caregivers, and Clinicians in Partnership
In this episode Dr. Paul Wheatley-Price interviews Dr. Jack West, Thoracic Oncologist at the Swedish Cancer Institute, Seattle, and founder of GRACE - Global Resource for Advancing Cancer Education
5. Benefits of Support: Peer Groups and more..
In this episode, Dr. Paul Wheatley-Price speaks with Diane Manii, Oncology Social Worker, The Ottawa Hospital, about the benefits of support for lung cancer patients
6. Special Edition - News from the IASLC World Lung Conference 2019
In this special edition of the podcast, Dr. Paul Wheatley-Price discusses the most exciting research presented at the IASLC World Lung Cancer Conference 2019 in Barcelona with Dr. Tom John, Medical Oncologist, Olivia Newton-John Cancer Research and Wellness Centre and Dr. Kevin Jao, Medical Oncologist, Hôpital du Sacré-Cœur de Montréal.
7. Patient Stories: Kim MacIntosh
In this episode, Dr. Paul Wheatley-Price speaks to Kim MacIntosh, a 2 year survivor of stage IV, EGFR +ve, non-small cell lung cancer
8. Special Edition: Cannabis and Lung Cancer
In a special episode to commemorate the anniversary of the legalization of recreational cannabis, Dr. Paul Wheatley-Price talks to Dr. Ross Camidge, Director of Thoracic Oncology at the University of Colorado, about the myths and facts surrounding cannabis and the treatment of lung cancer.
9. Patient Stories: Donald Monk and Peter Mitchell
In this episode, Dr. Paul Wheatley-Price speaks to 4 year lung cancer survivor Donald Monk and his partner Peter Mitchell.
10. Radiation Oncology and Navigating Cancer Treatment
In this episode Dr. Paul Wheatley-Price talks to Dr. David Palma about radiotherapy, navigating cancer treatment, and his book, "Taking Charge of Cancer: What You Need to Know to Get the Best Treatment".
11. A look back: Highlights from the IASLC World Lung Conference
In this episode, Dr. Paul Wheatley-Price discusses the highlights of the conference with Drs. Kevin Jao and Tom John
12. The VIOLET STUDY: Is VATS the better choice?
In this episode Dr. Paul Wheatley-Price interviews Dr. Eric Lim, Professor of Thoracic Surgery at Royal Brompton Hospital. Visit Dr. Lim's website at: https://www.drericlim.com
13. Patient Stories: Bonnie Addario
In this episode Dr. Paul Wheatley-Price speaks with Bonnie Addario, Lung Cancer Survivor, Patient Advocate and founder of the Go2Foundation for Lung Cancer.
14. Patient Programs at the IASLC: Get Involved!
In this episode, Dr. Paul Wheatley-Price speaks to Kirstin Ito, Patient Advocacy Manager at the International Association for the Study of Lung Cancer about how patients can get involved in their programs. Note that the programs mentioned in the podcast have an application deadline of Mar 27, 2020. https://www.iaslc.org/
15. Special Edition - COVID-19: Your Questions Answered
In this special episode, Christina Sit, Programs Director at Lung Cancer Canada asks Dr. Paul Wheatley-Price the most common questions about COVID-19 that we have heard from lung cancer patients.
16. The Next 10 Years: What the Near Future Holds For Lung Cancer Treatment
In this episode, Dr. Paul Wheatley-Price, Dr. Stephanie Snow, Medical Oncologist, QEII Hospital and Chair of the LCC Medical Advisory Committee, and Dr. Quincy Chu, Medical Oncologist, Cross Cancer Institute and Member of the LCC Medical Advisory Committee discuss the near future and potential advancements of lung cancer treatment.
17. The Role of Nursing in Lung Cancer
In this episode, Dr. Paul Wheatley-Price speaks to Kelly Zibrik, Nurse Triage Coordinator, BC Cancer, Bonnie Leung, Nurse Practitioner, BC Cancer and Leslie Markin, Clinical Trials Nurse Coordinator, BC Cancer, about their role in providing health care for lung cancer patients.
In this episode, Dr. Paul Wheatley-Price speaks to Dr. Renelle Myers, Interventional Respirologist, BC Cancer, about her study, Breathomics For the Early Detection of Lung Cancer in Never Smokers. Dr. Myers is the inaugural recipient of Lung Cancer Canada's Geoffrey Ogram Memorial Research Grant, made possible by the Ogram Family.
19. Debate: Is Lung Cancer a Chronic Disease?
In this special edition for World Lung Cancer Day, Dr. Paul Wheatley-Price moderates a debate between Dr. Parneet Cheema, Medical Oncologist, William Osler Health, and Dr. Randeep Sangha, Medical Oncologist, Cross Cancer Institute, on whether recent advances in detection and treatment have made lung cancer a chronic disease.
20. Highlights from ASCO and WCLC 2020 - Part 1
In this special podcast, we present part 1 of "Highlights from ASCO and World Lung 2020" , which was originally broadcast as a webinar on August 14, 2020, hosted by Dr. Paul Wheatley-Price and featuring:
The webinar was a 1 hour live round table discussion that shared highlights from the 2020 American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) meeting and the 2020 International Association for the Study of Lung Cancer (IASLC) World Conference Lung Cancer (WCLC) Presidential Symposium.
- Dr Sanjay Popat, BSc, MBBS, FRCP, MD, Medical Oncologist, Royal Marsden Hospital, London
- Dr Jonathan Riess, MD, MS, Medical Oncologist, UC Davis Cancer Centre, Sacramento
- Dr Rosalyn Juergens, MD, PhD, Medical Oncologist, Juravinsky Cancer Centre, Hamilton,
21. Highlights from ASCO and WCLC 2020 - Part 2
Part 2 of our live round table discussion of new research presentations.
22. Patient Stories: Allice Leggat
In this episode, Dr. Paul Wheatley-Price speaks with Allice Legat, a practicing anthropologist in the Northwest Territories, published author and lung cancer survivor.
23. Biomarker Testing
In this special edition for Lung Cancer Awareness Month, Dr. Paul Wheatley-Price talks to Dr. Brandon Sheffield, Pathologist, William Osler Health about how biomarker testing is done and how it can change treatment plans. For more information about testing, treatment and screening in Canada, read our 2020 Faces of Lung Cancer Report here.
24. COVID-19: Tales from the Front Lines
In this episode, Dr Paul Wheatley-Price speaks once again to Dr Kevin Jao, who is a medical oncologist drafted to treat COVID-19 in Montreal. For more information on COVID-19 and lung cancer, read the 2020 Faces of Lung Cancer COVID-19 insert, available here.
25. Screening for Lung Cancer
In this special edition tie in with The 2020 Faces of Lung Cancer Report, Dr. Paul Wheatley-Price speaks with Natalie Fitzgerald, Director, Performance, and Erika Nicholson, Director, Screening & Atlantic Region Lead of the Canadian Partnership Against Cancer (CPAC) about the impact that screening could have on the incidence of lung cancer and some of the initiatives that CPAC has implemented. For more information about screening and lung cancer in Canada, read our 2020 Faces of Lung Cancer Report here.
26. Lung Cancer and Equity
In this episode, Dr. Paul Wheatley-Price speaks with Natalie Fitzgerald, Director, Performance, and Erika Nicholson, Director, Screening & Atlantic Region Lead of the Canadian Partnership Against Cancer (CPAC) about the CPAC report: "Lung cancer and equity: A focus on income and geography" and the findings that influence treatment and outcomes for patients. To read the report, visit: https://www.partnershipagainstcancer.ca/topics/lung-cancer-equity/
27. Quitting Smoking
In this episode, Dr. Paul Wheatley Price speaks to Dr. Matthew Steliga, Thoracic Surgeon, Winthrop P. Rockefeller Cancer Institute, Little Rock, AR about the benefits of quitting smoking and new tools to help patients quit.
28. What's New In: EGFR +ve Lung Cancer
In this special podcast, we present the premiere episode of our webinar series: What's New In:. This episode is a moderated discussion of EGFR positive lung cancer that includes the beginning and evolution of treatment, current treatments, and what’s next.
29. What's New In: ALK +ve Lung Cancer
In this special episode we continue our webinar series, What's New In:, with Dr. Paul Wheatley-Price moderating a discussion of ALK positive lung cancer and treatments. Featuring Dr. Natasha Leighl, BSc, MMSc, MD, Medical Oncologist, Princess Margaret Hospital and Dr. Ross Camidge, MD, PhD, Medical Oncologist, University of Colorado Hospital.
30. What's New In: 2021 and Beyond
The next in our Webinar Series: What's New In, in this episode, Dr. Paul Wheatley-Price discusses upcoming treatments, studies breakthroughs, and the future of lung cancer with Dr. Frances Shepherd, MD, FRCPC, a Medical Oncologist at Princess Margaret Hospital in Toronto.
31. What's New From: The Canadian Lung Cancer Conference
This episode is a discussion of findings presented at the Canadian Lung Cancer Conference held February 9-10, 2021. Moderated by Dr. Paul Wheatley-Price and Featuring Dr. Justin Gainor, MD, Medical Oncologist, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston and Dr. Cheryl Ho, MD, FRCP(C), Medical Oncologist, BC Cancer, Vancouver.
32. Patient Stories: Darin Diehl
In this episode, Dr Paul Wheatley-Price interviews Darin Diehl, content marketing thought leader, journalist, and lung cancer patient diagnosed during COVID-19.
33. Patient Stories: Elya Martinson
In this episode, Paul Wheatley-Price speaks to Elya Martinson, mom of 3, advocate, and lung cancer "thriver", who was diagnosed during COVID-19.
34. Dr. Anne Gonzalez: GOMRG Recipient
In this episode, Dr. Anne Gonzalez, MD, MSc, McGill University Health Centre, winner of the 2020 Lung Cancer Canada Geoffrey Ogram Memorial Research Grant, discussed her research on predicting risk of lung cancer in patients with COPD.
35. What's New In: Immunotherapy
This episode was originally recorded as a webinar in our What's New In: series held on Mar 26, 2021. Dr. Julie Brahmer, MD, Johns Hopkins Medicine and Dr. Rosalyn Juergens, MD, PhD, Juravinski Cancer Centre, discuss the latest advances in immunotherapy for the treatment of lung cancer. Moderated by Dr. Paul Wheatley-Price.