The bad news is cancer is not uncommon: About half of all men and a third of all women will get a cancer diagnosis in their lifetime, according to the National Cancer Institute. But there's good news, too. Many patients, with the help of new treatment regimens, are beating cancer, or holding it in check and managing it as a chronic condition. Monday on a special Be Well edition of the Sound of Ideas, surviving cancer - or finding a way to live with it medically and emotionally. Join Mike McIntyre.
Ohio's governor won't say he's campaigning for President but it looks that way. John Kasich is just back from the early primary state of New Hampshire and is packing for Iowa. Cleveland plans to double up on pothole patching. And we'll find out which two NCAA teams were sent packing from the Q even as Cleveland basks in the spotlight and cashes in as well. Join Rick Jackson for The Sound of Ideas Friday morning on 90.3
Social workers seek to empower and advocate for the vulnerable and oppressed and generally improve the well-being of society. The profession has matured and continues to evolve, says Professor Ann Buchanan of the University of Oxford, England. She joins us to examine the history and future of the profession and we'll learn about Case Western Reserve University's pioneering place in the training of social workers.
The U.S. Department of Justice has investigated more than five dozen police departments for possible constitutional rights violations since 1994, when Congress gave it authority to do so. Dozens agreed to reforms. Wednesday at 9:00 on The Sound of Ideas, we'll compare the scathing DOJ report on Cleveland police with those in other communities and look at whether federal involvement actually brings reform. Listen, and share your opinion.
It may seem uncomfortable to discuss, but it's important. Colitis, Inflamatory Bowel Disease and Crohn's disease may afflict more than 700,000 Americans and bowel diseases are emerging as a worldwide public health threat. The subject of the documentary, "semicolon" joins us tomorrow morning at 9. It's time to start talking about it.
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