New York, NY, July 11, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- Radiation Oncologist, Janna Andrews, MD debuts series on The Doctor’s Channel on Cancer and the many aspects of the disease. In the series, Dr. Andrews discusses the indications for chemotherapy in castrate resistant prostate cancer, novel radiation technologies in the treatment of prostate cancer, indications for nodal radiation therapy, controversies in PSA screening, and indications for radiation after prostatectomy.
On why Janna Andrews, MD was a good fit for The Doctor’s Channel, "We like to bring in the best and the brightest in medicine, and Janna seems to be a rising star. She has great command of the data and is an eloquent presenter," stated Michael Banks, President of The Doctor’s Channel.
“It was a great experience working with Michael and David, I found them to be such an innovative duo,” says Dr. Andrews. “I was so impressed with the vision and implementation of The Doctor’s Channel. I think it is great when physicians think out of the box and that’s exactly what David and Michael have done. They have established a platform that is contemporary and feeds to today’s social media, they are inspiring!”
Please check out one of the first in the series here: http://www.thedoctorschannel.com/view/beyond-palliative-care-for-metastatic-castrate-resistant-prostate-cancer/
About The Doctor's Channel
Founded by Drs David Best and Michael Banks, The Doctor's Channel has been hailed as "The educational YouTube for doctors" by CNBC's Power Lunch. In an age of "media snacking," where people get their information in fragments throughout the day, The Doctor's Channel delivers free expert medical information condensed into 1-2 minute streaming videos that get right to the point.
The Doctor’s Channel has a state-of-the-art video editing and production studio in New York City and has shot on location throughout the United States, Europe, and Asia. The Reuters Health – The Doctor’s Channel Daily Newscast is syndicated internationally, and we also feature KOL videos, CME, Doc Humor for laughs and a Doc Life section that contains videos about art, style, food and travel for when the doctor is not on call.
The Doctor’s Channel was recently named one of the top healthcare sites by Manhattan Research and won the Web Health Award’s Gold Award for Best Medical Education site. www.thedoctorschannel.com
About Dr. Janna Andrews
Dr. Janna Andrews serves an Assistant Clinical Professor in Radiation Oncology at SUNY Stony Brook and works at Winthrop University Hospital, where she has been working with the different community outreach programs focusing on breast cancer in Nassau and Suffolk County. She’s in the works of bringing the Witness project to Winthrop to establish a connection with the community before the diagnosis of cancer. Dr. Andrews also conducts avid research on the latest treatments and has recently had a paper accepted for publication by Acta Oncologica, Correlation of Radiation Treatment Parameters to Dose Volume for Lung and Heart in Breast Cancer.
She also serves on the Congressional subcommittee for Radiation Oncologists under the American Society of Therapeutic Radiation Oncologist, as well as the Healthcare Access Training Subcommittee that focuses on recruiting and retaining minorities into Radiation Oncology for ASTRO. In addition, last month, Dr. Andrews was honored by The Network Journal Magazine as one of their 2012 Forty Under 40.
For the latest updates follow Janna Andrews, MD on twitter and Facebook.
Twitter: @JannaAndrewsMD | Facebook: Janna Andrews, MD