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Join Host Pattie Walden Wednesday, April 19 at 6:00 p.m. on Jazz 91.9 WCLK for Your Health Connection. This month you can  participate in a Round Table discussion featuring Radiation Oncologist Dr. Erich Graham Randolph and Medical Oncologist Dr. Rajni Sinha.   The doctors will be taking listeners calls live at (404) 880 - 9255.

Join Host Pattie Walden for Your Health Connection on 91.9 WCLK, Wednesday, March 15 at 6:00 PM.    The March 15 edition of Your Health Connection will focus on brain cancer.  Brain cancer is rare, but it is often fatal. Do wireless devices or lifestyle choices increase your chances of getting brain cancer? We’ll talk about it with guest experts: Dr. Soma Sengupta, MD, Ph.D and Dr. Erin Dunbar, MD; as well as brain cancer survivor, Beth Jordan. We’ll also take your questions, live at (404) 880 - 9255.

Your Health Connection on WCLK is Community Engagement from The Center For Cancer Research and Therapeutic Development at Clark Atlanta University.  Find out more about their good work by clicking here.

Join Host Pattie Walden for Your Health Connection on Jazz 91.9 WCLK, Wednesday, February 15 at 6:00 p.m. as we talk about cancer and families.  Family members can be your support system and your advocate, but families are never under more stress than when a loved one is fighting the disease. We’ll talk about it with Shavonn Richardson from Blue Flowers, Annie McRae, and Latoya Brown - three women who fight this battle each day. We’ll take your calls and questions live on the air at (404) 880 - 9255.

Join us Wednesday, January 18 at 6:00 p.m. for Your Health Connection on  Jazz 91.9 WCLK as we discuss issues surrounding pancreatic cancer.  Pattie Walden is your host, and we’ll talk about advances in treatment and offer you advice in the event you or a loved one is diagnosed with this disease. We’ll be joined by:  Dr. David A.

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Join Host Pattie Walden Wednesday, November 15 at 6:00 p.m. for the November edition of Your Health Connection as we discuss genetics and cancer. Where you came from genetically can help predict and pre-empt cancer. New genetic therapies are making a critical difference to some people who are fighting cancer. And the Center for Cancer Research and Therapeutic Development at Clark Atlanta University is at the forefront of this science.

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