Published Mar 21, 2019:
In an article published by SAGE Publishing, investigators from The Nagourney Cancer Institute and The Albert Einstein Israelite Hospital in Sao Paulo, Brazil, announced a new approach to identifying effective treatments for patients with advanced metastatic cancers. A drug commonly used to treat kidney and liver cancer was discovered effective for breast cancer, which may open new drug therapies to patients regardless of tumor type.
The full article can be found here.
February 20, 2019:
Co-hosts Becky Olson, CN-BA and Sharon Henifin, CN-BA interview Dr. Nagourney for an episode on their Breast Friends Cancer Support Radio Network podcast.
Click here for the podcast interview which starts at 02:54. The interview is 51 minutes in length.
A wide range of topics are discussed:
2:54 - Introduction and Bio
9:00 - Programmed Cell Death and Improving Patient Outcomes
11:10 - How Chemotherapy Drugs Were Developed and Designed
13:20 - Selecting Among the Best Drugs for Each Patient
13:50 - Predicting Targeted Agent Responses
21:30 - What is Functional Profiling?
24:14 - Cancer and Genetics
41:00 - Research on Identifying Breast Cancer early (studying metabolites in blood)
50:00 - Future of Cancer Medicine - Immunotherapy, Biochemistry, and Metabolism
51:30 - Dr. Nagourney's book "Outliving Cancer"
December 28, 2018:
Michael A. Smith, MD, of Life Extension magazine interviews Robert A. Nagourney for an episode on their Live FOREVERish podcast.
Topics discussed are:
Functional Profiling, Generalized vs. Personalized Cancer Treatment, Why Don't We Hear More About Personalized Therapy, and the Future of Cancer Treatment.
Click here for the podcast transcript of the interview shown on Life Extension's blog page.
Click here for the Life Foreverish with Dr. Mike podcast page. Scroll down on that page to find the interview with Dr. Nagourney.
Click here to hear the actual 11 minute podcast audio file.
December 2, 2018:
CBS 2 Los Angeles TV showed a 3 minute segment on Dr. Robert Nagourney's work with a 26-yr-old Stage 4 adrenal cancer patient from Brazil.
Her cancer cells tested sensitive to the common diabetes drug Metformin and this helped her make a dramatic recovery. Also seen on KCAL 9 TV in Los Angeles.
Click here to see the three minute video segment.
October 22, 2018:
NBC 7 San Diego TV showed the story of Terry Gallant, 71 who, when he received a Stage 4 Lymphoma cancer diagnosis, had tumors in his body so large that he couldn't sleep on his side.
Using a biopsy of Gallant's tumor from his neck, functional profiling tests performed by the institute allowed Dr. Nagourney to see what medications would work best for his cancer.
Click here to see the 1 1/2 minute video segment.