Nation | News | Think Out LoudOPB | Sept. 22, 2017 noon
We listen back to a conversation with Teva Harrison about her graphic memoir "In-Between Days" and her experience living with breast cancer. Also, our news roundtable takes up the week's headlines.
Health | local | Arts | Think Out LoudOPB | Sept. 7, 2017 3:23 p.m. | Portland
Portland tattooer Mary Jane Haake specializes in tattooing nipples and areolas onto breast cancer patients who've had mastectomies.
Portland Commissioner Nick Fish announced Thursday he has stomach cancer. He has not decided whether to seek another term next year.
Oregon and Washington is at risk for earthquakes smaller than "the Big One." Also, we continue our series on what Portland should look for in a new police chief. And author Teva Harrison tells us what it's like to live with cancer.
In 2012, Oregon crafted a sweeping, five-year master plan to tackle a growing chronic disease crisis. That plan expires in June and has missed nearly every goal.
Nation | News | Think Out LoudOPB | Oct. 14, 2016 noon
We discuss some of the biggest stories of the week. Then, we hear about overcrowding at Oregon's only women's prison, and we hear about how depression affects the mortality rate of lung cancer patients.
Scientists at the Knight Cancer Institute are looking for 10,000-15,000 older women from Oregon and Southwest Washington for a study on heart disease and blood cancer.
We talk to Bud Pierce, a Salem oncologist who was the first to jump into the GOP primary race for Oregon governor. And we talk to Shawn Vestal about his debut novel, "Daredevils."
Oregon Health & Science University has reached its $500 million fundraising goal for the school's cancer research campaign.
A new study out today suggests that some commonly found chemicals could become carcinogenic in the human body even in low doses if combined.
The three-part PBS film "The Emperor of All Maladies" includes discussion of the cancer breakthrough drug Gleevec, developed by OHSU's Brian Druker.
When photographer Jock Bradley’s sister died from ovarian cancer last year, his grief and experience dealing with her illness led to the birth of a new art project.
Family | Sports | Entertainment | Arts | Oregon Art BeatOPB | Feb. 9, 2015 10 p.m.
Jock Bradley has spent his career taking photographs that sell - but his new project is very close to his heart. It's called "Portraits of Cancer" and it's a tribute to his sister, who passed away of cancer in the summer of 2014.
MONDAY: Twenty-nine-year-old Brittany Maynard ended her life Saturday. She was terminally ill and moved to Oregon to use the state's Death with Dignity Law.
MONDAY: In her new memoir, The End of Eve, Ariel Gore chronicles the experience of caring for her dying mother with both honesty and humor.