Men’s Health Line with Dr. Bennett
Do you have health questions? We have answers!
Join Dr. James Bennett the third Wednesday of every month on WCLK 91.9 FM the Jazz of the City. Men’s Health Line with Dr. Bennett will be discussing a new topic each week.
Listeners will have the opportunity to call (404) 880-9255 with their own questions and get answers from Dr. Bennett and his expert panel.
For more information about “Men’s Health Line with Dr. Bennett,” you can contact the Center for Cancer Research and Therapeutic Development at 404-880-6878 or email us at [email protected]
Listen to selected programs by clicking the topics below.
May – Review of Clark Atlanta University Cancer Research and Therapeutic Development Center
April – Targeted Therapy Options for Prostate Cancer
March – Colorectal Cancer
February – Community Involvement in Cancer Health Messaging
January- Childhood Cancer
November – Breast Cancer
October – Oral Cancer
August – Deep Vein Thrombosis
July – Prostate Cancer and Nutrition
May – Skin Cancer
April – Health Issues and Health-care in Young Adults
March – Pancreatic Cancer
February – The Young Face of Cancer
January – Prostate Cancer: What You’ve Always Wanted to Know
December – Cancer 101: Back to the Basics
November – Health Issues in the Community: How Do We Deal With Them?
October – Lung Cancer
September – Prostate Cancer Screening and Early Detection
August – Nutrition, Fitness, and Your Overall Well-Being
July – Colon Cancer
June – How the Environment is Responsible for Health Disparities in Impoverished Communities
May – The Environmental Impact on Cancer
April – Nutrition and its Affect on Your Health
March – Cervical Cancer
February – Diseases of the Heart, with guest Dr. Jeffrey Howard
January – The Treatment of Advanced Disease
December – HIV/AIDS & Cancer: What is the Link?
November – The Impact of Diabetes in the Community
October – Breast Cancer
September – Improving Health Through Community Involvement
August – Wrap Up Show: Topic TBA
July – Repeat Show of ‘How Prostate Cancer Affects Women and the Family
June – Cancer Survivorship
May – Cancer the Political Agenda: The Role of Government in Cancer Research, featuring Dr. David Satcher, the 16th Surgeon General of the United States
April – Prostate Cancer Screening
March – Improving Health Through Community Involvement
February – Prostate Cancer Disparities in African-American Men
January – The Treatment of Prostate Cancer and its Sexual Side Effects
December – The Treatment of Prostate Cancer
November – The Diagnosis of Prostate Cancer
October – Nutrition and Prostate Cancer
September – Prostate Cancer