Podcasts

S2 Ep40: Raising breast cancer awareness in the South Asian community – Iyna Butt

Breast cancer in the South Asian community is a topic that doesn’t get talked about openly.  My guest on today’s show, Iyna Butt, knows all about this. You see, Iyna is a British South Asian woman, and when she was diagnosed with breast cancer, she soon realised that cancer in general, let alone breast cancer […]

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S2 Ep37: Open Access Follow Up (OAFU) and how it works – Kieva Noble

Life is predictably unpredictable. Things happen randomly, unexpectedly, and out of our control. ​A breast cancer diagnosis for example is such a life event. Similarly, after breast cancer treatment has finished,  you can’t predict how you recover. You may find changes to the breast, or experience certain symptoms that you are not particularly sure of.

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Bob Octovianus

S2 Ep35: Treating breast cancer in a developing country – Dr Bob Octovianus

Today my guest is Dr Bob Octovianus. Bob is a breast surgeon based in Indonesia who is doing incredible work for those affected by breast cancer in his city, Surabaya, the second largest city in Indonesia. For those who may not know, Indonesia is one of the most populated countries in the world, with about

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Anne Bruivels

S2 Ep33: How can a digital health app help patients with breast cancer? – Dr Anne Bruinvels

We live in a digital age and more and more of us are downloading health apps in order to boost and improve our health and wellbeing. But, how can digital health apps help us in our health journeys? Specifically, can an app be useful if you have been diagnosed and undergone treatment for breast cancer?

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Nina Fuller-Shavel

S2 Ep32: How can functional and integrative medicine help me through a cancer diagnosis? – Dr Nina Fuller-Shavel

What is functional and integrative medicine? How can it impact disease prevention and help people beyond a cancer treatment? Today’s podcast guest is Dr Nina Fuller-Shavel who is an expert in functional and integrative medicine. For those who are not familiar with this field, functional medicine is an area where practitioners attempt to identify and

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Danielle Ralic

S2 Ep31: What are clinical trials and how can they be beneficial? – Danielle Ralic

If you have been diagnosed with cancer, you may be eligible to participate in a clinical trial. But, what is a clinical trial? Am I eligible to participate? What are the benefits? What does it involve? Do I have to pay? These are some of the questions we discuss in this week’s episode with Danielle

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