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The dangers of referring to terrorism as a cancer, and listener mail on kids and the climate.
A special 4-track spotlight on the soundtrack from Miss Sharon Jones!, featuring a best of collection from Sharon Jones and The Dap-Kings.
BTRtoday speaks with Bioquark CEO Ira Pastor about ReAnima, a groundbreaking trial which aims to reanimate the brains of the dead.
Now you can get a side of cancer with your fries!
You've just tuned in to The Daily Beat! This week on the Daily Beat: We chat with Thomas Rothstein, a biologist at the Feinstein Institute for Medical Research, to learn about his work with Cuban doctors for the lung cancer vaccine called Racotumomab. Today on the Daily Beat, Firday March 25, 2016: We continue to speak with Thomas Rothstein, a biologist at the Feinstein Institute for Medical Research, has for six years worked with the Center for Molecular Immunology on another vaccine to treat lung cancer called Racotumomab, with an entirely different mechanism. (It messes with a particular lipid found in tumor cell membranes.) “Investigators from around the world are trying to crack the nut of cancer,” Rothstein says in an interview with Wired.com. “The Cubans are thinking in ways that are novel and clever.” 00:00 The Daily Beat Intro 01:15 The Daily Beat pt. 1 - Thomas Rothstein 04:30 The Daily Beat pt. 2 - Global Collaboration 09:00 The Daily Beat pt. 3 - Working across the world for a cure 11:22 The Daily Beat Outro 12:18 Gaunt - Kiasmos 17:32 Finish
We learn what how the Cuban embargo impacts the ability for researchers to collaborate on innovative treatments.
We continue to speak with Thomas Rothstein, a biologist at the Feinstein Institute for Medical Research, working for six years for a revolutionary vaccine to treat lung cancer.
We chat with Thomas Rothstein, a biologist at the Feinstein Institute for Medical Research, about his work with Cuban doctors for the lung cancer vaccine called Racotumomab.
We continue to learn about Dr. Unguru and his colleagues' framework to deal with these shortages in pediatric oncology
We continue to learn that the drug shortages don't end at cancer treatment agents but also for milder diseases and illnesses too.
We continue the conversation with Dr. Yoram Unguru about the bioethical difficulties in treating patients with pediatric cancer during this drug shortage epidemic.
We speak with Dr. Yoram Unguru, a pediatric oncologist at Children's Hospital at Sinai and professor at the Johns Hopkins Berman Institute of Bioethics.
Can you name 5 foods that will give you cancer? Here’s a hint, they’re probably all of your favorites! Chelsea White has the rundown of what to avoid if you want to live a long, healthy life.

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