The Big Screen: How COVID-19 Disrupted and Reshaped Cancer Prevention is a limited educational series about the past, present, and future of cancer detection and its role in improving treatment and health outcomes. Each episode dives deep into the history and value of screening technology, inequities in who gets screened, the role of the pandemic in disrupting early detection, and how improved access and technological advancements in screening will save more lives.

Episodes

November 08, 2021 - 33 MIN

The Fight Against Enemy X

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Mammograms, colonoscopies, and Pap Smears are some of the tests that detect cancer at an early stage when it’s most treatable. But then Covid-19 hit and disrupted healthcare and screening as we know it. The CDC now estimates that t.. Read More
Mammograms, colonoscopies, and Pap Smears are some of the tests that detect cancer at an early stage when it’s most treatable. But then Covid-19 hit and disrupted healthcare and screening as we know it. The CDC now estimates that there will be tens of thousands of additional cancer deaths in the United States because of delayed screenings during the pandemic. THE BIG SCREEN is a documentary podcast about the past, present, and future of cancer detection, its role in improving health outcomes, and what happens without it. In this episode, we put early detection under the microscope and uncover the fascinating history behind the technology that made cancer survivorship possible. The Big Screen is a product of OffScripHealth.
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September 24, 2021 - 4 MIN

Introducing: The Big Screen!

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The Big Screen: How COVID-19 Disrupted and Reshaped Cancer Prevention is an educational and documentary podcast about the past, present, and future of cancer detection and its role in improving treatment and health outcomes. The thr.. Read More
The Big Screen: How COVID-19 Disrupted and Reshaped Cancer Prevention is an educational and documentary podcast about the past, present, and future of cancer detection and its role in improving treatment and health outcomes. The three-part series takes a close look at the history and value of screening technology, inequities in who gets screened, the role of the pandemic in disrupting early detection, and how improved access and technological advancements in screening will save more lives. 
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Hosted By:

Matthew Zachary

Betsy Shepherd

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