Dr. Stephanie Gregory, Professor of Medicine and Director of the Section of Hematology at Rush University Medical Center, joins Charlene and Scott on this episode of “Battling And Beating Cancer.” The world renown hematologist/oncologist discusses myeloma signs, symptoms, and treatments; explores traditional, contemporary and future treatments; and tackles some “big picture” cancer issues, including: clinical trials, assessment of treatment options, and the impact of research developments on the lives of patients. This show tops of the list of “Must See Cancer TV.”
Chicago Blood Cancer Foundation’s “Battling And Beating Cancer” Show is a dynamic show providing information and covering topics of interest to people impacted by cancer. Many episodes are focused on blood cancer (lymphoma, leukemia, and myeloma). Hosts Scott Seaman and Charlene McMann Seaman interview doctors, advocates and others and take viewers calls on air. This site also features videos relating to Chicago Blood Cancer Foundation. Visit Chicago Blood Cancer Foundation at www.chicagobloodcancer.org Battling and Beating Cancer airs originally on CAN TV in Chicago (Channel 21 on Comcast, RCN, and WOW cable systems) on Wednesday evenings at 7:30 p.m. Central Time. The show is produced by Chicago Blood Cancer Foundation. Please listen on demand to Chicago Blood Cancer Foundation’s companion “Battling And Beating Cancer" Radio Show on Blog Talk Radio. The radio show addresses issues of interest for people impacted by various forms of cancer. http://www.blogtalkradio.com/battling-and-beating-cancer. The information provided on “Battling And Beating Cancer” is for general informational purposes only and is not intended to constitute medical advice to any specific individual. Patients should discuss their medical conditions and treatments with their own physicians and health care providers. The information provided is for informational purposes. Patients should consult with their physicians and other professional advisors regarding their own condition.