Podcasts


Ep. 10: Blood and bone marrow transplant care at Sanford

39 min  ⋅ February 2nd
Providing a second chance by using the patient's own stem cells for treatment
Dr. Amy Sanford poses for a photo during recording of podcast

Ep. 9: Sanford offers the I-SPY 2 clinical trial

12 min  ⋅ October 19th
Sanford offers the I-SPY 2 clinical trial, a novel treatment study for breast cancer

Ep. 8: Food and nutrition tips after cancer diagnosis

34 min  ⋅ October 14th
Keep a balanced approach to help your body work through cancer, chemotherapy

Ep. 5: Supporting the caregiver beyond cancer diagnosis

25 min  ⋅ May 17th
Reminding all caregivers they are not alone

Ep. 2: How to manage stress after cancer diagnosis

25 min  ⋅ April 26th
Integrative Essentials before cancer treatment offers relaxation, stress management tools

Ep. 1: Fertility navigation program for cancer patients

35 min  ⋅ April 14th
Allowing patients to consider fertility options before, after cancer treatment
Verna Rasmussen records a podcast on the breast cancer mentor program at Sanford Health in Fargo.

Ep. 7: Encouraging women, positivity with mentor program

28 min  ⋅ October 28th
Volunteers find joy guiding others through life-changing cancer journey
Sandy Dunn talks into a microphone during a podcast with Sanford Health News

Ep. 6: Women supporting women through diagnosis, treatment

31 min  ⋅ October 20th
Cancer mentorship program provides support for newly diagnosed patients
IORT is a type of radiation therapy used to treat breast cancer at Sanford Health

Ep. 5: IORT, radiation therapy treatment for breast cancer

16 min  ⋅ October 8th
Machine applies direct radiation to target area while sparing surrounding tissue
Doctor Jesse Dirksen sits in an upright posture, smiling during an interview

Ep. 4: Why a tumor board is critical to breast cancer care

26 min  ⋅ October 2nd
Physicians meet weekly to review all cancer cases and plan treatment
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Male breast cancer: Pink stands for men, too

“I was speechless. How can a male have breast cancer? How could this happen to me?"
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“There we were, two in our class (of 21) with breast cancer."
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Infusion center expands at Sanford Roger Maris Cancer Center

Relocation is part of expansion and renovation of the cancer center to help more patients
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Revive: Survivors gather at breast cancer retreat

"This retreat is a great way for me to connect with people that know exactly what I am going through"
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Breast reconstruction during mastectomy surgery

'I went to sleep with breast cancer and woke up with new breasts and no cancer.'
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Using every tool at his disposal to beat bladder cancer

'For me, that was my faith, my family and the support I received from my care team.'
Ashley Schwab 5 min read
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Sanford Joe Lueken Cancer Center opening soon

It has 20 infusion suites, 15 exam rooms, on-site infusion pharmacy and lab services, boutique, bistro, garden and other patient-centered amenities
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Cancer diet: Don’t just survive cancer; thrive at the table

Cancer may change the way you can taste and eat food, but you can still enjoy eating.
SHN Staff 21 min read
woman receiving chemotherapy

Ways to help recover from chemo and how long it takes

Plan on about two months of recovery time for every one month of treatment, says oncologist
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