Cancer Podcasts

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Lisa Richardson, DCPC Director
Cancer Doesn’t Wait

Cancer doesn’t wait and neither should you. Dr. Lisa Richardson, Dr. Robert W. Carlson, and Dr. Laura Makaroff talk about the importance of routine cancer screenings.

Podcast (0:60) media icon[MP3-1MB] | Transcript txt icon[TXT-1.2KB]

Podcast (0:30) media icon[MP3-477KB] | Transcript txt icon[TXT-0.5KB]

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Cancer Patients and COVID-19

Dr. Lisa Richardson, director of CDC’s Division of Cancer Prevention and Control, lists steps cancer patients and survivors can take to stay healthy.

Podcast (0:60) media icon[MP3-2MB] | Transcript txt icon[TXT-1KB]

Should I Get Tested for Prostate Cancer?
Should I Get Tested for Prostate Cancer?

Many men wonder if they should get screened for prostate cancer. Each man must decide for himself. That’s why it’s important for men to talk about screening (testing) with their doctor. This podcast helps men understand their prostate cancer screening options.

Podcast (0:60) media icon[MP3-3.2MB] | Transcript txt icon[TXT-2KB]

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You Can Help Create a World Without Cancer

Break one link in the chain and the odds of getting cancer go down. What will you do to help create a world without cancer?

Podcast media icon[MP3-2.4MB] | Transcript txt icon[TXT-1KB]

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Learn how some states and communities provide support that can help people get to and keep a healthy weight.

Podcast media icon[MP3-1.4MB] | Transcript pdf icon[PDF-156KB]

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Many cancers are linked to tobacco use, the leading preventable cause of cancer and cancer deaths.

Podcast media icon[MP3-2.3MB] | Transcript pdf icon[PDF-84KB]

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Two women talk about how cancer screening affects their lives.

Podcast media icon[MP3-2.3MB] | Transcript pdf icon[PDF-78KB]

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This podcast discusses the main steps people can take to reduce their risk of getting cancer.

Podcast media icon[MP3-1.8MB] | Transcript pdf icon[PDF-48KB]