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Oncology Sound Byte

Oncology Sound Byte is a podcast designed to offer "byte-sized" audible oncology education from one of the top treatment centers in the nation. Medical professionals can tune in to learn from SCCA providers about disease-specific advancements and treatment techniques with the collective goal of improving cancer care regionally and beyond.

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Kidney Cancer Multispecialty Clinic Kidney Cancer Multispecialty Clinic
Kidney Cancer Multispecialty Clinic
In today's episode, Dr. John Gore and Dr. Scott Tykodi discuss metastatic kidney cancer and the Kidney Cancer Multispecialty Clinic, or KCMC, at SCCA.
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Transplant in Older Patients Transplant in Older Patients
Transplant in Older Patients
Dr. Mohammed Sorror discusses Bone Marrow Transplantations (or BMT), particularly for older patients, and its benefits.
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Sarcoma: Targeted Agents and Multi-Modal Approaches are Improving Outcomes and Transforming Care Sarcoma: Targeted Agents and Multi-Modal Approaches are Improving Outcomes and Transforming Care
Sarcoma: Targeted Agents and Multi-Modal Approaches are Improving Outcomes and Transforming Care
The sarcoma treatment landscape is changing quickly and dramatically, with a growing number of FDA-approved drugs and clinical trials offering new hope and improving outcomes for patients whose treatment options were very limited just a few years ago.
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When to Refer for CAR T-Cell Therapy When to Refer for CAR T-Cell Therapy
When to Refer for CAR T-Cell Therapy
In this three-person panel, Dr. David Maloney, Katie Gieseke, and Hannah Alo explain CAR T-cell therapy, why someone would need this, and when someone should be referred to it.
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SCCA offers Appleby Procedure SCCA offers Appleby Procedure
SCCA offers Appleby Procedure
Dr. Jonathan Sham discusses pancreas cancer, the Appleby procedure, and who can benefit from this.
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SCCA is Committed to Bring World-Class Cancer Treatment to Patients in Their Own Communities SCCA is Committed to Bring World-Class Cancer Treatment to Patients in Their Own Communities
SCCA is Committed to Bring World-Class Cancer Treatment to Patients in Their Own Communities
Jennie Crews, MD, MMM, FACP, Jason Lukas, MD, PhD and AnnaLiisa McGlinn, MD discuss how the Seattle Cancer Care Alliance is committed to bringing world-class cancer treatment to patients in their own communities.
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COVID-19 Cancer Consortium and Early Data COVID-19 Cancer Consortium and Early Data
COVID-19 Cancer Consortium and Early Data
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Understanding Treatment Options for Standard- and High-risk CLL Understanding Treatment Options for Standard- and High-risk CLL
Understanding Treatment Options for Standard- and High-risk CLL
Dr. Mazyar Shadman will focus on Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia, or CLL, and the treatment options available for standard-risk and high-risk patients.
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Seeking a Breakthrough in DLBCL Combination Therapies Seeking a Breakthrough in DLBCL Combination Therapies
Seeking a Breakthrough in DLBCL Combination Therapies
Dr. Ryan C. Lynch will focus on Diffuse Large B Cell Lymphoma, or DLBCL, and the latest treatment options available.
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Caring for the Most Vulnerable Amidst the Coronavirus Crisis Caring for the Most Vulnerable Amidst the Coronavirus Crisis
Caring for the Most Vulnerable Amidst the Coronavirus Crisis
Steven A. Pergam, MD, MPH, Medical Director, Infection Prevention at SCCA, and Catherine Liu, MD, Associate Medical Director, Infection Prevention, discuss how the center is addressing vulnerable populations during the COVID-19 crisis. They also explain how they've been able to minimize risk and exposure, as well as some of the key lessons learned after the city was on the forefront of the outbreak.
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