SELECTED MEDIA: Cancer and Oncology

VIDEO 1: What Is Cancer?

Run time: 00:01:07

Source: YouTube

Description:

A 3D medical animation defining cancer and

illustrating how it forms and spreads.   Released

April 2010.  Authorship: BioDigital / Vital Insight.

VIDEO 2: Cancer Biology 101

Run time: 00:59:34

Source: YouTube

Description:

In "Winning the War on Cancer in the 21st Century:

Cancer Biology 101," Professor Thea T. Tlsty,

PhD, presents an hour-long Mini-Medical School

lecture on the basics of cancer pathology.  Viewer

discretion advised.  Released 2012. Authorship:

UCTV (University of California Television);

University of California, San Francisco / Osher

Center for Integrative Medicine.

VIDEO 3: A Lesson In Dying:

A Nurse With Cancer Offers Herself as

Instruction in Caring

Run time: 00:21:03

Source: New York Times Video

Description:

Kelly Keane, R.N. shares the final days of palliative

care nurse Martha Keochareon, R.N in hospice

until she succumbed to pancreatic cancer on

December 29, 2012 .  Release January 2013.

Authorship:  Ilana Panach-Linsmen/The New York

Times; Prod. by Poh Si Teng/The New York Times.

VIDEO 4: Cancer Treatment: Chemotherapy

Run time: 00:05:32

Source: YouTube

Description:

An animated introduction to the most common

cancer treatment, explained plainly for audiences

with no medical background. Released 2012.

Authorship:  Nucleus Medical Media

VIDEO 5: Life Interrupted: Facing Cancer in

Your 20s

Run time: 00:07:11

Source: New York Times Video

Description:

A short New York Times promo for a weekly

column chronicling the experiences of writer and

college grad Suleika Jaouad as a young adult with

cancer. Released 2012.  Authorship:  Suleika

Jaouad, Seamus McKiernan, and Anne Francey /

The New York Times;  Column available at

well.blogs.nytimes.com

VIDEO 6: The Ethics of Intervention in Gene-

Based Cancer Risk, Part 1

Run time: 00:33:53 (Part 1 of 2)

Source: YouTube

Description:

Daniel Notterman, Professor of Pediatrics at the

Cancer Institute of New Jersey (Robert Wood

Johnson Medical School) moderates a panel

discussion with Paul Steven Miller (University of

Washington) and Lee M. Silver (Princeton

University) about genomics and the ethical

problems encountered in Cancer Prevention.

Recorded June 6, 2007 at the Governor's

Conference On Effective Partnering in Cancer

Research, Princeton, NJ.  Authorship: Rutgers

Cancer Institute of New Jersey.

VIDEO 7: The Ethics of Intervention in Gene-

Based Cancer Risk, Part 2

Run time: 00:44:43 (Part 2 of 2)

Source: YouTube

Description:

The conclusion to a Genomics discussion,

moderated by Daniel Notterman of the Robert

Wood Johnson Medical School.  Recorded June 6,

2007 at the Governor's Conference On Effective

Partnering in Cancer Research, Princeton, NJ.

Authorship: Cancer Institute of New Jersey.

VIDEO 8: Cancer: The Forbidden Cures

Run time: 01:32:47

Source:  Vimeo

Description:

In the last 100 years, dozens of doctors, scientists

and researchers have come up with the most

diverse, apparently effective solutions against

cancer, but none of these was ever taken into

serious consideration by official medicine. . . . At

the same time more than 20,000 people die of

cancer every day, without official medicine being

able to offer a true sense of hope to those affected

by it. Why?  Released June 20, 2010. Authorship:

Jason Greenwood, Massimo Mazuzucco Films.