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CureTalks features leading medical experts in conversation with a panel of patients/advocates about latest research and treatments under development.

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A lot of research is being done in immunotherapy for myeloma that is leading to new treatment options for patients. Dr. Ivan Borrello of John Hopkins is working on a completely, novel approach. This involves enhancing white blood cells to... more

After more than 10 years of clinical trials, the Food and Drug Administration on October 9 approved the first high-intensity focused ultrasound (HIFU) device for ablation of prostate tissue. HIFU has already been approved for use in prostate... more

Psychotherapist Helen Adrienne is back on CureTalks to discuss how mind-body therapies can help heal and overcome the emotional trauma usually associated with infertility. In the previous episode, the panel discussed how... more

The role of allogeneic stem cell transplantation is evolving in the paradigm of myeloma treatment. Despite its therapeutic potential of a myeloma cure, the use of donor stem cell transplantation or allogeneic transplantation is... more

Myeloma presents itself with different features in each patient. In order to understand your disease and monitor it, you need to know which are the tests available and how often you have to get the tests done. No single test or study... more

September is Prostate Cancer Awareness month and we are talking to patient advocates to get a better insight into their roles in major clinical trial groups. Mike Scott is talking to Tony Crispino, patient advocate to the Genitourinary Cancer... more

Is high risk disease progress, the key to a cure for all myeloma patients? And what can researchers do to get new therapies to work for more than 30% of relapsed patients? Multiple myeloma has many different treatment options and... more

We are what we eat. But what do we eat? Should we be eating meat? Or is a plant based diet a healthier way of eating? To provide some clarity on the subject we have Dr. Colin Campbell, the author of The China Study again with us on... more

It's been called ?the second brain,? but our stomachs get nowhere near the respect they deserve. Only now are we beginning to realize the vast implications of a healthy gut. The latest research shows that the composition of... more

For men, the consequences of prostate cancer are often less to do with life and death and more to do with an altered way of looking at certain aspects of their lives and coming to terms with that. There are ramifications of prostate cancer... more
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