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The Latest in Cancer Research, This Week on Sound Medicine


Cancer research news. Kathy Miller, M.D., will join Barbara Lewis to talk about the exciting research findings reported at the American Society of Clinical Oncology, including one on the drug Aromasin, which can significantly cut risks for breast cancer in post-menopausal women.

Mood disorders during pregnancy. Reproductive psychiatrist Shari Lusskin, M.D., will explain the importance of diagnosing mood disorders in pregnant and breast-feeding women. Dr. Lusskin is clinical associate professor of psychiatry and gynecology at the Landone Medical Center at New York University.

Become a morning person. Psychiatrist and psychotherapist Tracey Marks, M.D., will chat with Sound Medicine’s Steve Bogdewic, Ph.D., about the importance of sleep. She’ll provide tips on learning to be a morning person instead of a night-owl.

Don’t Cross Your Eyes… They’ll Get Stuck That Way!  Barbara Lewis will sit down with Indiana University School of Medicine pediatricians Aaron Carroll, M.D., and Rachel Vreeman, M.D., who will discuss their new book on common medical myths.

Twittercue: #soundmed July 17:  cancer research from #ASCO, #traceymarks, depression in pregnancy, and @rachelvreeman & @aaronecarroll on #medicalmyths

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