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Cancer in the Developing World
# Episode Title Description People Date
1 Cervical Cancer in Africa This podcast features interviews with three of the delegates at the conference on cervical cancer in Africa. They share their views about the problem of cervical cancer in Africa and discuss what the international community can do to help. Princess Nikky Onyeri, Rengaswamy Sankaranarayan, Julian Lob-Levyt 12 Feb 2010
2 Cancer Research in India Part 2 Dr Vinod Raina, co-founder of the INDOX Cancer Research Network, discusses the key achievements of INDOX and the challenges involved in doing clinical trials in India. Vinod Raina, Vanita Sharma 17 Dec 2009
3 Pathology in Africa Dr Kenneth Fleming discusses the work that Oxford University is doing to help improve pathology services in Africa. Kenneth Fleming 13 Aug 2009
4 Childhood Cancer in the Developing World Professor Tim Eden talks about the challenges faced in curing childhood cancer in the developing world. Tim Eden, Vanita Sharma 16 Jun 2009
5 Alan Milburn on Cancer in Africa In this podcast, Alan Milburn, MP for Darlington and former Secretary of State for Health, explains the importance of international support to help improve cancer care in Africa, and talks about the challenges that must to be overcome. Alan Milburn, Vanita Sharma 27 Apr 2009
6 Cancer Research in India Dr. Raghib Ali discusses cancer in India, why Oxford University became interested in this problem and how IndOx has helped to improve the standard of clinical trials in India. Raghib Ali, Vanita Sharma 05 Feb 2009
7 Cancer in Africa Professor David Kerr discusses the cancer burden in Africa, why he became interested in this problem, and how AfrOx is helping to improve the level of cancer care in Africa. David Kerr, Vanita Sharma 05 Feb 2009
8 David Kerr on Cancer Research Professor David Kerr discusses his work on colorectal cancer, the process of how new treatments are developed, the changes in the NHS that he has witnessed over his career, and how cancer care differs in developing countries. David Kerr, Vanita Sharma 05 Feb 2009