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Overview What better way to end this tremendously informative module on defining survivorship than with Dr. Charles Shapiro professor of medicine Mount Sinai medical center; one of the pioneers of cancer survivor advocacy and a legacy level clinician in breast cancer...
On today’s Episode we have Dr. Paramjeet Singh in the studio to discuss Colon & Rectal Cancer and he’ll help us demystify the surveillance process (i.e. the Colonoscopy).
We are taking a break from the Defining Survivorship module, and will with this episode launch our Surveillance module.
Today we welcome on today’s Episode Ep6 – Defining Survivorship Module 5 – Roadmaps Allison Whalen MS, RN, AGACNP-BC Specialties: Oncology, Hematology Board Certified: Adult-Gerontology Acute Care Nurse Practitioner
For the last three Modules we have talked about Defining Survivorship. Today we are so honored to welcome Katie Deming, MD Radiation Oncologist and Dr. Leonard Berry who were the two main authors of the article called “Is it time to reconsider the…
Today The CROC Podcast will continue on with Defining Survivorship Module 3 Lost in transition Ep 4
Today The CROC Podcast will continue on with part 2 of last weeks episode called
Defining Survivorship Module 1 Ep 2. Today we talk about Defining Survivorship Seasons of Survival Module 2 Ep 3.
We referenced article from the New England Journal of…
Defining Survivorship Module 1 Ep 2
Today we will introduce you to Dr. Fitzhugh Mullan who was an American physician, writer, educator, and social activist. He participated in the founding of the Student Health Organization, the National Coalition…
EP1 The Waiting Room: How many times does your doctor enter the waiting area? You know why doctors don’t go to the waiting room…Check out today’s first episode of the CROC Podcast.
Together we turned tragedy into triumph.
Welcome to the CROC…
Introducing The CROC Podcast.
I want you to forget everything about your cancer! I want you to start with a blank slate.
CROC is a not so much a thing but rather a movement for survivors to gather, to learn, to be nourished and to connect and for…