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These podcast will provide authentic conversations with thought leaders, corporate executives, and various people in different generations to address the challenges many face in today's workplace. The podcast focuses on three areas: 1) How gene rationally inclusive is your organization 2) What has been the impact of diversity inclusion 3) How to create an inclusive culture I believe in order to have a strong culture, we must embrace the differences in today's workplace.
 
An entertaining and old-timey radio drama about the young men of Company 696 of the Civil Conservation Corps in the 1930s. Stationed in Makanda, Illinois, this company along with others helped to build the breath-taking, historical landmark, Giant City State Park. Camp Giant City shows the endearing and indomitable spirit of rural folk hit hard by the Great Depression and tells the adventures of young men discovering the peaks and valleys of building and becoming part of a community. Produce ...
 
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Miranda was diagnosed with secondary breast cancer in 2019, just five years after her primary diagnosis. She talks about how her diagnosis affects her, particularly with regards to her identity as a member of the LGBTQ+ community. You can follow Miranda on Instagram @mizzilla and on Twitter @mizzieashitey. Also mentioned by Miranda: Live Through Th…
 
For decades researchers used male bodies as the “default”, and this has led to huge research gaps in our understanding of womens’ brains. This lack of knowledge has real, sometimes deadly consequences when it comes to things like medication doses. So, we’re spending this season following one woman’s brain from birth to death and diving into what we…
 
Season 2 of Playing with Marbles is coming Monday June 20th, and this time we’re focusing on the female brain, and what we do and don’t know about it. Scientists have been using male bodies as their “default” research subjects for a long time, so we’re going to take a long look at one woman’s brain, and figure out what we do and don’t know about it…
 
Pride isn’t just sunshine and rainbows! Chris & Gene tackle the ongoing corporate takeover of LGBTQ+ Pride in this week’s episode. Are the corporate allies the result of an increasingly accepting world, or are LGBTQ+ people another excuse for the corporate agenda to capitalize on that queer cash?! Plus, during ‘LGBTQs in the News’ we discuss bannin…
 
Doug and Dave received their breast cancer diagnoses in 2012 and 2015 respectively, and found there was little to no support for men. They speak about how that affected them, and what they've done to change that for men who have been more recently diagnosed. You can find more about The Men's VMU on Twitter @themensvmu For information about breast c…
 
Hi Gay! This week on the show we’re talking all things PRIDE. We’re also reading anonymous responses to a question we asked patrons at last month’s Queer Mercado in Los Angeles: “What is your favorite part about being a part of the LGBTQ+ community?” Click play to listen and Happy Pride Month, queers! Info Discussed: Justice for Julio King Richard …
 
Tops, bottoms, sides, and switches! We’re diving deep into gay sex positions on the episode this week. We’re discussing our preferred positions in the bedroom, our appreciation for bottoms, and being open to trying new things when it comes to sex. Gay sex is great! Find the cure for heterosexuality by listening to this week’s episode! Info Discusse…
 
When Ruth was eight, she sadly lost her mum to breast cancer. She later underwent genetic testing and found that she has an altered BRCA1 gene. Ruth talks about the implications of this, and the impact it has had on her life. You can follow Ruth on Instagram @mymastectomyandme. For information about breast cancer, visit our website at breastcancern…
 
Sides, QAF, white ‘Bros’, death threats, oh my! This week we’re diving deep into LGBTQs in the News and then we celebrate our viral Disney proposal 5 years later with a storytime. Buckle up and get ready for a splash! Info Discussed: Gay birdwatcher threatened in Central Park gets his own TV show The XX’s Oliver Sim Reveals He’s HIV-Positive in Pow…
 
May is Mental Health Awareness Month and we’re doing our part to spread the mental health agenda on this week’s episode. We’re sharing our experiences with mental health and growing up gay, as well as discussing the sad truths around statistics involving LGTBQ+ youth and suicide. Buckle up and get some tissues ready! Info Discussed: Vincent Wang (e…
 
Carly sadly lost her Mum to breast cancer in 2010, and received her own diagnosis in 2019. She talks about how having a family history of breast cancer affected her, and how she manages cancer-related anxiety. You can follow Carly on Instagram @carlymoosah For information about breast cancer, visit our website at breastcancernow.org or phone our fr…
 
Why can’t we have nice things? This week, we’re talking about straight women in gay clubs, specifically bachelorette parties. Should gay men have to share our safe spaces with straight women looking to party it up before walking down the aisle? And how can straight women entering gay spaces do better? Find out this and more as we discuss the infamo…
 
This week, we’re taking a light-hearted approach to the topic and talking about d*ck size! Is too big a thing? Why are we so enamored with big d*cks? And how does penis size in porn shape our desire for big d*cks? We’re asking the important questions and hope you enjoy our discussion! Info Discussed: Lil Nas X Announces Tour Ellen's Final Show Fire…
 
Following a breast cancer diagnosis in 1998, Marcia turned to yoga to aid her recovery. She talks about how this helped her recover. We also get some insight from breast cancer clinical nurse specialist Jackie on some other complementary practices that may aid recovery. You can visit Marcia's website at www.marcie.yoga or follow her on Instagram @Y…
 
Dr Anita Grigoriadis works in breast cancer research at Kings College London. She speaks about her work and how it benefits breast cancer patients, as well as what it's like to be a woman in STEM. You can take part in helping with one of Anita's research projects on your device by visiting the Node Code Breakers page.] For information about breast …
 
This week on the podcast, we're discussing Public Displays of Affection (PDA) and the complexities it brings for LGBTQ people. We're exploring our own experiences as a couple with PDA and how we navigate our comfortability. In addition, we're introducing a new segment on the show. We hope you enjoy this episode! Info Discussed: Meningococcal Diseas…
 
Consistent Queens, Chris & Gene are back-back-back again for another episode. This week we're diving into our gay adolescence and talking about growing up gay. Plus at the top of the show we have a very special announcement for our listeners! Website: InterminglePodcast.com Follow us on: Instagram @InterminglePodcast Contact: InterminglePodcast@Gma…
 
It's estimated there are around 35,000 people currently living with secondary breast cancer. But without knowing how many patients there are, we can't be sure of their needs or identify areas of care that need the most attention. Breast Cancer Now, along with amazing supporters like Claire and Jen, has long been campaigning for improved data collec…
 
The Intermingle Podcast is here and QUEER! Your two newest besties, Chris & Gene kick off the first episode with a conversation on open relationships. Stay tuned for more episodes of The Intermingle Podcast where discussions will focus on the intersectionality of being gay and POC. We're no experts, just sharing our thoughts, experiences, and havin…
 
Elke sadly lost her husband to a heart attack in 2009, and was diagnosed with breast cancer three years later. Elke speaks about how she explained these difficult topics to her young children, and we talk about the books she's written to help other parents in similar situations. Elke's website is elkethompson.com and you can follow her on Instagram…
 
Fiona was undergoing treatment for her mental health when she was then diagnosed with breast cancer. We talk about how co-morbidities can affect breast cancer treatment, and the importance of mental health before and after a breast cancer diagnosis. Fiona's partner Nina is taking part in the Run 100K Virtual Challenge for Breast Cancer Now this Mar…
 
Jane Hill was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2018, taking a step back from work as BBC News journalist and presenter, to recover. We talk about what she learned during that time, and some of the expectations and misunderstandings she experienced around her breast cancer diagnosis. You can follow Jane on Twitter @JaneHillNews For information about …
 
Liz is a former breast cancer surgeon and author who received her own diagnosis of breast cancer in 2015. We talk about how her career affected her experience of being a patient, and vice versa. This episode contains some swearing. All of Liz's links, including her social media pages and podcast Don't Ignore The Elephant, can be found here. For inf…
 
In this episode we share a whole range of fascinating and helpful insights from our guests this season about their breast cancer experiences. They also tell us about what they know now that they wish they'd known before their diagnosis and treatment. We'll be back in 2022 with a new season of the Breast Cancer Now podcast. Thank you so much for lis…
 
Sometimes to really find out how brains work you have to get too close for comfort, so we’re looking for brains that have escaped their warm, cozy skulls and made their way into jars and freezers. We even meet something that is very like a brain, but was never inside a skull in the first place. Not AI, but tissue, grown in a lab, for science. Follo…
 
When something goes wrong with a brain we can’t just get under the hood and poke around. So how do we figure out what’s going wrong? Well sometimes the answer to that question involves watching monkeys watch TV, so we’re taking a trip to a monkey cinema, and along the way learning about the different ways to see inside your head and find faulty wir…
 
Memories are fickle. They’re so important, but so ineffable.. So how do we make memories? And what types of memory are there? We’re finding out what actually happens when we upload something to our squishy storage system, and if there are any ways to hack our memories to be better. We might even be close to implanting new memories, or editing out o…
 
In this episode we speak to Edd, research communications officer, and Holly, policy manager at Breast Cancer Now. They speak about how research into breast cancer treatments and clinical trials work, and how Breast Cancer Now is involved in this work at every stage. To support Breast Cancer Now's #TimeForTrodelvy petition, please visit: breastcance…
 
In this episode we speak to Kayla, who was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2005 at only 20 years old. She experienced a recurrence in 2016, and speaks about how she coped with these diagnoses at such a young age. Kayla also talks about why she's committed to raising awareness of breast cancer. If you want to help raise money and awareness, search '…
 
In this episode we speak to Nadia and Medina. Nadia was diagnosed with breast cancer last year at the age of 23, and she speaks about how important her family's support was at that time. Medina also speaks about her experience supporting her sister during her treatment, and she and Nadia discuss the importance of self-checking at a young age.…
 
In this episode we speak to Jen, who received a de novo diagnosis of secondary breast cancer (no primary diagnosis) in 2017. Jen speaks about her experience of secondary breast cancer, as well as how she's worked with Breast Cancer Now to campaign for better treatment. You can keep up with Jen on Instagram and Facebook @mynewnormal_ and you can lea…
 
In this episode we speak to Lucy, who had a recurrence of breast cancer after completing treatment and being declared No Evidence of Disease. Lucy speaks about how she's dealing with this, and her experience being on a newly approved treatment. You can keep up with Lucy on Instagram @lifeorjustlucyisms…
 
Every day we are learning more about the brain, but the challenges are complex and answers can’t come quickly enough. We are on a global quest to understand the brain and we believe that new ideas, tested through research and leading to innovation and discovery, will reduce the burden on our health care system and help us live happier, healthier li…
 
In this episode we speak to actor Amanda Mealing, who was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2002. She later faced post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) as a result of her diagnosis and treatment. Amanda speaks about how she coped with all this, as well as the importance of taking care of mental health following breast cancer.…
 
In this episode, we speak to Edd, research communications officer here at Breast Cancer Now. He speaks about some studies in the Catalyst Programme focused on cancer prevention, treatment and cure, that have been funded by Breast Cancer Now. You can find out more at breastcancernow.org/researchBy Breast Cancer Now
 
In this episode we speak to Abi, who is living with a secondary breast cancer diagnosis, and has several close family members who have had breast cancer. She speaks about her experiences, her Afternoon Tea fundraising, and how she's working to help others with breast cancer. You can sign up to host your own Afternoon Tea by visiting breastcancernow…
 
In this episode we speak to Rosamund and her husband Jonathan. Rosamund was diagnosed early 2021 and was undergoing treatment at the time of recording. She and her husband have both spoken publicly about their experiences of going through cancer together, and the impact it has had on their family. You can follow Rosamund on Instagram @rosamunddean …
 
In this episode we speak to Tony, who a decade ago found out he was one of around 370 men in the UK each year to be diagnosed with breast cancer. He speaks about some of the unique challenges male breast cancer brings, how the BRCA2 gene has affected his family, and how he now supports others with breast cancer.…
 
In this episode we speak to nurse and mother-of-three Kendra, who was diagnosed with breast cancer last year after attending a routine screening trial. Kendra speaks about difficulties during treatment, including the stigma that still surrounds breast cancer for some people. Follow Kendra on Twitter @schnellerkendra or Instagram @schneke1…
 
In this episode we speak to Nina, who was diagnosed with breast cancer at the age of 36. She experienced a lot of changes to her body image as well as her emotional health during her treatment. Nina speaks about how that affected her, and how she has managed to move forward and participate in our Fashion Targets Breast Cancer campaign.…
 
In this episode, in recognition of International Nurses Day, we speak to Catherine, a clinical nurse specialist here at Breast Cancer Now. She speaks about the nursing side of breast cancer, as well as her personal experience of the role. If you would like to speak to one of our Helpline team about a diagnosis of breast cancer, or any symptoms or w…
 
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