Cancer Conversations Podcast – Episode #6: Cervical Cancer Research, Treatment and Prevention

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Larissa Lee, MD, (left) and Alexi Wright, MD, MPH, discuss the latest in cervical cancer research and treatment.

Larissa Lee, MD, (left) and Alexi Wright, MD, MPH, discuss the latest in cervical cancer research and treatment.

Although cervical cancer incidence and death rates have decreased thanks to regular screenings, thousands of women in the U.S. are still affected by the disease every year.

In this Cancer Conversations podcast episode, Ursula Matulonis, MD, medical director of the Gynecologic Oncology Program in the Susan F. Smith Center for Women’s Cancers at Dana-Farber, joins medical oncologist Alexi Wright, MD, MPH, and radiation oncologist Larissa Lee, MD, to discuss the latest treatments, research and prevention for cervical cancer.

Listen to the podcast episode below or click “download” to listen later. Subscribe options are also available via iTunes, Google Play and RSS.

The Cancer Conversations series features Q&A-style conversations with Dana-Farber physicians, clinicians, and researchers. Topics include breast cancer research, precision cancer medicine, integrative therapies, cancer genetics, and more. Visit the Cancer Conversations page for more episodes and the Dana-Farber podcast page for more cancer podcast series.

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