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Best Cancer Casually podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Cancer Casually podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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In this ep, Lindsay is visited by the fullest’s Editor-in-Chief, Nikki Bostwick (AKA: her boss-lady), and together they break down the moment Lindsay found out she had cancer three years ago. Lindsay shares how she was initially nervous to tell Nikki about her diagnosis, and, in turn, Nikki describes how she felt unsure about the best way to be the…
 
This week Matt Coulter joins the show to discuss the healing power of giving. Along with Riawna Capri and Nikki Lee, the amazing lady bosses at LA’s Nine Zero One Salon, Matt heads up the BeYOUtiful Foundation. Together they’ve created a community for people of all ages that have defied the odds against cancer. BeYOUtiful’s mission is to make every…
 
This episode is one of our most moving to date. (Full warning: it doesn’t have a happy ending. But it does have a mother that exemplifies resilience, compassion, and the true definition of unconditional love.) Mary Carrillo gave birth to her first child, a son named Calvin in 2006. Just six years later, however, she stood by him as he was diagnosed…
 
Donna McNutt is Instagram's Cancer Fashionista and we are thrilled to have her unique brand of relentless authenticity and diehard optimism on the show. Happily married and a mother to three grown children, Donna was first diagnosed with a rare type of blood cancer called Multiple Myeloma in 2015. With no known cure, she bravely underwent chemother…
 
Most parents reading this can only imagine the devastating anguish that comes with discovering your child has cancer. This week’s guest, Audra DiPadova Wilford, is the powerful mom of Max, a powerful boy who at just 8-years-old was diagnosed with brain cancer. Inspired to make a difference, together the two created MaxLove Project — a testament of …
 
Cancer. Twice. Two different types. And still not through the woods. It’s a reality most of our brains can’t quite compute. But one this week’s guest, artist Megan Krzmarzick, is currently living and breathing. Megan is an abstract artist, writer, wanderer, and 2x cancer fighter. She is a living reminder of the power of owning your struggles, of tr…
 
In this episode, we’re out to normalize boobs in the hopes of creating more conversations around breast cancer awareness. But how exactly do you normalize boobs? For Keep A Breast founder, Shaney jo Darden, you turn them into art, create a self-check app, and bring men into the conversation. This episode is a true exercise in busting taboos, cracki…
 
On this week’s episode, Lindsay brings along her boyfriend, Manny Frausto, to co-host as they chat with Michael Kuech and Kristel DeGroot, the founders of superfood powder brand, Your Super. In an inspiring episode for all men, Michael shares his story of being diagnosed with testicular cancer at the age of 24. It became a life-changing journey tha…
 
This week we welcome Farzaneh Noori, the founder of Pasadena’s Yoga House to the show. Farzaneh is a yogi who found great comfort in her practice after being diagnosed with breast cancer at the age of 52. Since then, Farzaneh has gone on to pay it forward, offering free yoga classes for cancer patients at Pasadena’s Yoga House. This episode truly r…
 
Lindsay welcomes owner and founder of Odacité, Valerie Grandury to the show. You may be fooled by looking at her, but it wasn’t Valerie’s ability to effortlessly blend Cali-cool with French chic that saw her start up her own clean beauty line… it was breast cancer. Valerie’s healing journey exposed her to the toxins in our beauty regimen. Since the…
 
How do you make cancer feel less heavy? The same way you make everything feel less heavy… with kittens. That’s why it comes as no surprise that Cancer, Casually Season 2’s first guest, Gail Landau, opened Orange Country’s first cat cafe, Catmosphere Laguna after her breast cancer journey. On this episode, Gail shares some of her cancer-fighting wis…
 
This week on Cancer, Casually we move from living with cancer to cancer prevention practices including our lifestyle, food, and genetic screening choices. To help guide us, Dr. Kristi Funk joins the show. Dr. Funk has treated thousands of women over her 17-year career (including Angelina Jolie and Sheryl Crow), is the founder of the Pink Lotus Brea…
 
As the name of our podcast suggests, Sara Weinreb has cancer -- a rare form that not many people know about called Mycosis Fungoides. In March of 2017 Sara was diagnosed with this slow growth lymphoma, and, like many of our guests, took it as an opportunity to change things up for the better. She promptly quit her retail job and began The M List, a…
 
This week we sit down with Ericka Hart, a kinky, poly cancer-warrior, as well as an activist, sexuality educator, and performer. But it’s not Ericka’s impressive bio that leaves us inspired -- rather the powerful use of her voice to represent a silenced majority. If you’re interested in hearing a different cancer perspective than that shown in the …
 
Lauren Chiarello is not your average fitspo influencer. Oh no, this woman is a living, breathing inspiration that has kicked cancer’s butt not once, but twice (and in her 20’s no less). Through her personal wellness brand, Chi Chi Life, Lauren combines her direct experience as a cancer survivor with fitness coaching and activism to empower others t…
 
This week we sit down with Paige More, a young woman who proves you can move mountains, even ones beginning with C. Paige is a breast cancer previvor and one of the co-founders of the non-profit, The Breasties. But what is a previvor anyway you ask? A previvor is a person with a predisposition to cancer that hasn’t actually had the disease. In Paig…
 
Sometimes you need to listen to your body, and sometimes you need to speak up for it. Such is the story for this week’s guest, Brooke Arthur. After being repeatedly dismissed by the medical system, Brooke Arthur demanded doctors do more investigative testing. And it turns out, her feeling that something was wrong, was actually right. Brooke was dia…
 
Kara Ladd is the founder of the cult ethical lifestyle brand, Boundless, an illustrious writer who regularly contributes to the New York Observer, Harper’s Bazaar, and Women’s Health, and she also had synovial sarcoma and totally kicked its ass. Kara is the kind of person you want around when you have cancer -- that person that’s walked the path, b…
 
After defeating cancer by transforming her lifestyle, Elissa Goodman became one of LA's premiere Cleanse Experts and Holistic Nutritionists, creating juice cleanses for such health and wellness staples like Erewhon, M Kitchen, and her own delivery service platform. Fiercely following her inner voice, she merged western and eastern practices to heal…
 
Plants are a powerful source of healing and this week, host Lindsay DeLong sits down with a woman who has experienced their benefits both in her personal and professional life. Alison Burgos is the co-founder of SEED Food & Wine festival, a week-long celebration that highlights the benefits of plant-based living, wellness, and wine (for obvious rea…
 
Welcome to the first ever episode of Cancer, Casually! Hosted by none other than our very own Managing Editor and breast cancer survivor, Lindsay DeLong, this is a podcast that’s dedicated to those going through or coming out on the other side of cancer. Lindsay feels she’s at a stage where she can talk about her journey (almost without crying) and…
 
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