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PODCAST SERIES

We know how hard it is to keep up

The CGA-IGC Education Committee is excited to announce a podcast series about the expert approach to hereditary gastrointestinal cancers.  In the series, multi-disciplinary experts discuss cancer risks and risk reduction strategies for a variety of hereditary GI syndromes. 

 

The podcasts are FREE and available on Podomatic, iTunes, Spotify and more.  To access the series, click here or google “CGA IGC podcasts”.

 

The first season of the podcast focuses on management of cancer risks in Lynch syndrome.

 

Episode 1 Part I: Cancer Risks in Lynch
How to counsel patients about cancer risks in Lynch Syndrome.
Dr. Sonia Kupfer (Gastroenterologist, University of Chicago)

 

Episode 2 Part II: Cancer Risks in Lynch 
How to counsel patients about cancer risks in Lynch Syndrome.

 

Episode 3: Gynecologic Risks in Lynch 
How to counsel patients about gynecologic cancer risks and family planning option in Lynch Syndrome
Dr. Leslie Garrett (Gynecologic Oncologist, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center)

 

Episode 4: Urologic Risks in Lynch
How to counsel patients about urologic cancer risks
Dr. Jodi Maranchie (Urologist, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center)

 

Episode 5: Breast Cancer and Lynch
How to counsel patients about the link between Breast Cancer and Lynch Syndrome
Dr. Nadine Tung (Breast Oncologist, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center)

 

The second season of the CGA-IGC podcast series focuses on extra-colonic management in FAP. 

 

Episode 1: Gastric Polyps and Cancer in FAP

Drs. Carol Burke and Gautam Mankaney (Gastroenterologists at Cleveland Clinic)

 

Episode 2: Gastric Adenocarcinoma and Proximal Polyposis of the Stomach (GAPPS)

Dr. Daniel Worthley (Gastroenterologist and digestive cancer scientist, South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute & Brisbane Colonoscopy and Colorectal SA)

 

Episode 3: Management of Duodenal Neoplasia in FAP

Dr. Jewel Samadder, Gastroenterologist and Advanced Endoscopist at the Mayo Clinic in Phoenix, Arizona.

 

Episode 4: Desmoid disease in FAP

Dr. James Church (Colorectal Surgeon, Cleveland Clinic), Dr. Dale Shepard (Medical Oncologist, Cleveland Clinic)

 

Episode 5: Thyroid disease in FAP

Jennifer Sipos, MD, an endocrinologist at the Ohio State University.

Episode 6: Transitioning from Pediatric to Adult Care for Patients with FAP
Kristin Zajo (Genetic Counselor, Nationwide Children’s Hospital)

 

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