The future of cancer treatment? It’s so personal, it’s hiding in your genes.
Genetic information about cancer cells is helping doctors understand the causes of each individual’s cancer, and it provides clues to how it might respond to treatment.
With us for this episode of My Time, My Voice is Gwyn Bebb. He’s a Calgary oncologist who treats lung cancer. He’ll explain how healthcare providers can connect researchers and patients. Together, they can gather data that will help build the future of oncology.
“One day, I think we will be able to more precisely individualize treatment to the benefit of each patient
— Gwyn Bebb
in this episode
Dr. Bebb is the Medical Lead of the Precision Oncology and Experimental Therapeutics (POET) program, a Professor at the University of Calgary Tom Baker Cancer Centre, and an oncologist with a clinical focus on the treatment of lung malignancies.
Michelle is a TV personality, producer and writer with more than a decade of experience in broadcast and online media covering lifestyle, weather and news content.