The CureTalk Round Up

Conversations about new treatments and cures

Hello readers,

We are into February, the month for Cancer Prevention and Valentine's Day. February would see us follow prostate cancer, schizophrenia, and heart health in addition to latest in multiple myeloma, and breakthrough research news. Do take a look at whats abuzz on Curetalk.

Cure Panel Talk Show

We had a brilliant discussion on 'New Promising Treatments for Multiple Myeloma' on the January Cure Panel Talk Show with Dr. Shaji K. Kumar from Mayo Rochester and Dr. Edward A Faber from University of Nebraska Medical Center.


Read panel summary and blogs:

Listen to Panel broadcast and read the live blog.

Summarizing the expert presentations.


Cure Talk Interviews

Dan Zenka

We reached out to Dan Zenka, prostate cancer survivor and VP Communications, Prostate Cancer Foundation. Read Dan Zenka's interview with CureTalk here.



Dr. Bikul Das

We connected with Dr. Bikul Das and asked him about his recent study where he and his team at the Stanford University have discovered TB bacteria hiding in mesenchymal stem cells. Read Dr. Bikul Das' interview with CureTalk here.

Dr. Nilanjan Chatterjee

Dr. Nilanjan Chatterjee is the Chief and a Senior Investigator of the Biostatistics Branch of the Division of Cancer Epidemiology and Genetics (DECG), National Cancer Institute (NCI). In his interview with CureTalk Dr. Chatterjee discusses the importance of mathematics in medicine, his research and more. Read Dr. Nilanjan Chatterjee;s interview with Cure Talk here.

Cure Talk buzzz...

Jennifer Myers wrote in about the Treating Psychosis . Read Jennifer's blogs here.
Gary Petersen wrote about the January Cure Panel Talk show. Read it here.
Pat Killingsworth updates us with myeloma news and writes in about Financial Aid and more. Read Pat's blogs here.

February will see us hosting another Myeloma Cure Panel Talk Show with Pat Killingsworth. Please mail priya@trialx.com for more details on the panel.


We will continue to bring in cutting edge medical research.


Until then, stay healthy.

CureTalk Team