Podcasts


Cancer patient rep has new title: Breast cancer survivor

Cancer patient rep has new title: Breast cancer survivor

10 min  ⋅ December 27th
Podcast: Lynn Roemeling shares her journey from employee to patient at Sanford Health
Mammogram callbacks: Should you be worried?

Mammogram callbacks: Should you be worried?

19 min  ⋅ October 3rd
Podcast: Sanford Health radiologist Chris Johansen, MD, eases anxiety about breast cancer imaging
Colon cancer awareness and the importance of screenings

Colon cancer awareness and the importance of screenings

26 min  ⋅ March 14th
Podcast: Colorectal screenings are vital steps against colon cancer that start at age 45
Importance of getting the HPV vaccine

Importance of getting the HPV vaccine

21 min  ⋅ February 9th
Podcast: Dr. Brooke Jensen discusses HPV vaccine's role in preventing certain cancers
Blood and bone marrow transplant care at Sanford

Blood and bone marrow transplant care at Sanford

39 min  ⋅ February 2nd
Podcast: Providing a second chance by using the patient's own stem cells for treatment
Sanford Health, NCI connect to study, prevent cancer

Sanford Health, NCI connect to study, prevent cancer

22 min  ⋅ January 31st
Podcast: The 'Connect' study will follow participants for 10+ years
Preparing for your first mammogram

Preparing for your first mammogram

23 min  ⋅ October 19th
Podcast: When scheduling your first mammogram, you may have questions. Dr. Christina Tello-Skjerseth shares what to expect
Food and nutrition tips after cancer diagnosis

Food and nutrition tips after cancer diagnosis

34 min  ⋅ October 14th
Podcast: Keep a balanced approach to help your body work through cancer, chemotherapy
Committing to a cure for cancer

Committing to a cure for cancer

16 min  ⋅ May 24th
Podcast: Through CAR T-cells, Dr. Carl June has found a way to fight leukemia
Supporting the caregiver beyond cancer diagnosis

Supporting the caregiver beyond cancer diagnosis

25 min  ⋅ May 17th
Podcast: Reminding all caregivers they are not alone
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Cancer-related fatigue vs. feeling tired

Cancer-related fatigue vs. feeling tired

Everyone has been tired more than a time or two, so when cancer patients talk about fatigue caused from treatment, people might think they can empathize. But this kind of fatigue is unlike anything else. The lethargy I experienced with treatment took me by surprise, despite prior warning. It happened in streaks at first but […]
Tiffany Olsen 9 min read
Cancer-fighting tomato pesto soup

Cancer-fighting tomato pesto soup

Tomatoes are an excellent source… Much of the research being done on diet and cancer has found that a diet high in fruits, vegetables and whole grains may protect against cancer. There are many ways to add plant-based foods to your diet and this soup is one example of an easy way to use more […]
Ellen Grimlie, LRD 3 min read
Nurse navigator: Cancer survivors don’t walk alone

Nurse navigator: Cancer survivors don’t walk alone

I like to walk the roads near my home. I enjoy the beauties of the outdoors and the chance for silence and listening to myself. As I walk, I find myself being careful not to step where others have left their footprint. I wondered why I felt this was important. Mulling this over, I concluded […]
Terri Bentler, BSN, RN, OCN, CN-BN 2 min read
Sugar consumption and cancer: What are the facts?

Sugar consumption and cancer: What are the facts?

Limit, don’t eliminate, sugar on your cancer journey.
Heather Knutson, MS, RD, CSO, LD 10 min read
Do you know all of your rights about breast reconstruction?

Do you know all of your rights about breast reconstruction?

Your first right after a mastectomy is to have coverage for reconstruction. The Women’s Health and Cancer Rights Act of 1998 (WHCRA) ensured this. Under this act, IF your group health plan covers your mastectomy (whether related to cancer or not, i.e. if you are having the mastectomy due to high risk), the plan MUST […]
Heather Karu, MD 4 min read
Helpful web tool: Springboard Beyond Cancer

Helpful web tool: Springboard Beyond Cancer

Take back control over your life from cancer
SHN Staff 1 min read
Are you nurturing your spirit during cancer treatment?

Are you nurturing your spirit during cancer treatment?

Are you spiritual? I am not talking about being religious. Wikipedia defines spirituality as; “Spirituality may refer to almost any kind of activity through which a person seeks meaning, especially a “search for the sacred.” It may also refer to personal growth, blissful experience, or an encounter with one’s own “inner dimension.” Our being consists […]
Terri Bentler, BSN, RN, OCN, CN-BN 2 min read
Stay energized during cancer treatment with super shakes

Stay energized during cancer treatment with super shakes

Calories and protein intake is vital during cancer treatment.  Our Super Shake recipes were designed to help in those times that chewing, swallowing or just eating becomes difficult.  Be sure to use the recipes as a guide and don’t forget you can always add in other ingredients that you may have on hand.   Enjoy! Vanilla […]
Ellen Grimlie, LRD 2 min read
Learn about how to control the waves of emotion

Learn about how to control the waves of emotion

I met with a patient who was tearful and overwhelmed. She was experiencing very usual emotions after a cancer diagnosis. It was difficult for her to understand why she was feeling this way. She was uncomfortable with the waves of emotion she could not control. We all tend to feel we have control of our […]
Terri Bentler, BSN, RN, OCN, CN-BN 3 min read
The impact of a child’s cancer on siblings

The impact of a child’s cancer on siblings

Each year, an average of 15,780 American children are diagnosed with cancer. Breaking this down, approximately 1 in 285 children in the U.S. will be diagnosed by their 20th birthday. That’s 15,780 families affected. Often, we focus on the child with cancer — how is this child impacted by cancer? What treatment does the child […]
SHN Staff 11 min read