Saturday, January 13, 2007

CNN Radio, Dr. Sanjay Gupta Offer Powerful Special on Cancer Prevention

CNN Pressroom - ‘Saving Your Life,’ Available Thursday, Jan. 11, Features Lance Armstrong, Other Cancer Survivors

In a powerful hour of informative and inspirational conversation for CNN Radio, CNN chief medical correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta discusses one disease that touches everyone in some way: cancer. “Saving Your Life” will be available to affiliates on Thursday, Jan. 11.

A featured guest of the program will be Tour de France champion and cancer survivor Lance Armstrong, who won the premiere cycling race seven times after beating testicular cancer that had spread to his brain and lungs. The program also features cancer treatment experts and other cancer survivors. “Saving Your Life” will be produced by CNN Radio supervising producer Sherri Maksin.

“Sanjay and Lance provide a frank and forthright discussion of one of the most indiscriminate diseases of our time. Cancer truly affects anyone and everyone,” said Jerry DeMink, vice president of CNN News Services. “For this incredible hour, Sanjay provides listeners with practical advice they need to fight cancer.”

“Saving Your Life” also will be available on the podcasting page of which can be found at Additionally, CNN Radio programming, including long-form programs, can be heard streamed for the Web on the home page.

CNN Radio is a full-service network, providing its approximately 2,000 worldwide affiliates with the latest information in news, sports and business. Utilizing CNN's 36 bureaus worldwide, CNN Radio offers an unmatched menu of actualities and reports through satellite feeds and an affiliate-accessible Web site. CNN Radio is based in CNN's world headquarters in Atlanta, with personnel, including radio-only correspondents, located at the CNN bureau in Washington, D.C., Los Angeles and New York. CNN Radio programming is distributed exclusively for radio broadcast in the United States by Westwood One. CNN Radio audio can also be heard via a link on the Web site.


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