Cancer Podcasts

You can listen to these audio files on your computer now, or download them and listen to them later. Please also see our podcasts about breast, colorectal, gynecologic, HPV-associated, and skin cancers.

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Dr. Ingrid Hall, an epidemiologist with CDC’s Division of Cancer Prevention and Control, talks about research on the prevalence and trends in use of recommended screening tests for breast, cervical, colorectal, and prostate cancers.

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Christine Thompson, Community Programs Manager at the Nevada Cancer Coalition, answers questions about her research and what impact her what impact the program had on children’s skin health.

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Obesity is a leading cancer risk factor. Unfortunately, two out of three U.S. adults weigh more than recommended.

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Obesity is a leading cancer risk factor. Unfortunately, two out of three U.S. adults weigh more than recommended.

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Senior medical epidemiologist Dr. Loria Pollack talks about the importance of cancer registry data to understanding how cancer affects the United States, now and in the future.

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Health economist Dr. Florence Tangka talks about a new tool for estimating how much it costs to run cancer registries in developing countries.

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Tobacco use, the leading preventable cause of cancer and cancer deaths, is linked to many kinds of cancer.

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A lung cancer survivor shares her story about diagnosis, treatment, and community support.

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Two women talk about how cancer screening affects their lives.

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

Page last reviewed: February 8, 2019