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Whether it's education and politics or arts and culture, nothing is off limits on KRCU's Going Public.

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When it comes to cancer treatment, one size does not fit all. KRCU's To Your Health host Brooke Hildebrand Clubbs recently sat down with Dr. Ryan Fields, Associate Professor of Surgical Oncology at Washington University School of Medicine and the Siteman Cancer Center to discuss individualized cancer treatments, like the one that recently worked so well for President Jimmy Carter.

INTERVIEW HIGHLIGHTS

 

Tells us more about how each person's DNA can be taken into account when determining the best cancer treatment

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Sep 1, 2017

 

On this week’s episode of KRCU’s Going Public, Dr. Ryan Fields, associate professor of Surgical Oncology at Washington University School of Medicine and the Siteman Cancer Center joins us  to talk about individualized cancer treatments, like the one that worked so well for President Jimmy Carter. And later on in the show, we’re taking a look at the new exhibition “Reconstructed/Reconceptualized,” which examines the link between the banjo and African string instruments with, Najjar Abdul-Musawwir, an associate professor of fine arts at Southern Illinois University.

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Aug 25, 2017

On this week’s episode of KRCU’s Going Public, earlier this summer, a Missouri woman died after being bit by a tick. It appears to be a case of Bourbon virus, discovered just 3 years ago and which scientists still know almost nothing about. Then, a Springfield, MO couple is working to raise awareness and funding after their four-year-old son was diagnosed with a rare disorder. And later on in the show we’re sharing some of the latest stories from a community project “Dear Heartland”.

 

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Aug 20, 2017

On this week’s episode of KRCU’s Going Public, Eric Cunningham, the City Attorney for Cape Girardeau, joins us to talk about his experience as an eclipse chaser. We’ll hear about the very first time he saw an eclipse in Bolivia, why planning is key, and the time he took his family along on one of his adventures. Then we’ll learn about what exactly is happening to the moon during the moments leading up to the eclipse.

 

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Aug 11, 2017

On this week’s episode of KRCU’s Going Public, after years without one, Missouri finally has a prescription drug monitoring program. But some say it might not do what’s needed. Then six months ago, 97 of Missouri’s 114 counties only had one insurance provider.

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