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Life On Pause is a podcast for and by young adults living with cancer. Each month, young adult cancer patients from Penn State Health share honestly about their cancer diagnosis, treatment and life afterwards. As cancer causes the group to reflect on issues both large and small, surprisingly relatable stories and themes emerge. From relationships to body functions, nothing is off the table.
 
This podcast series - Don't Give Up on Testicular Cancer - launches with the story of Max Mallory who died at age 22 of testicular cancer. His dad, Chuck Mallory, talks with podcast host Joyce Lofstrom, Max's mom, about Max, the Max Mallory Foundation and why this podcast series will help listeners understand more about this rare but prevalent form of cancer that targets boys and men most often from their teenage years through their 40s and older.
 
The Stupid Cancer Show is an award-winning international podcast that, across 11 years and more than 400 episodes, has given voice to the young adult cancer movement. Each broadcast tackles hard-hitting, real-world issues ranging from politics, health care, legislative advocacy, civil liberties and the environment to social media, entertainment, cancer research and medical education.
 
New scientific developments are transforming the future of cancer treatment and care. Hosted by world-renowned hematologist and medical oncologist Dr. John Leonard, CancerCast is your window into research breakthroughs, innovative therapies and honest accounts of living with and beyond cancer. Questions or suggestions? Email us at cancercast@med.cornell.edu.
 
The 3Ps of Cancer podcast highlights prevention, preparedness and progress in cancer treatments and research. Each episode tackles one of these areas of focus with topics presented by University of Michigan Rogel Cancer Center physicians, staff or patients. You can continue to explore the 3ps of Cancer at www.rogelcancercenter.org. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Ever felt like a stranger in your own life? Artist Samantha Paige, the creator of Last Cut, did for far too long. It wasn't until she began deep, vulnerable self-inquiry and actively listened to the answers that her life began to change. A young adult cancer survivor and BRCA previvor, who suffered from PTSD and debilitating panic attacks, she finally started making the significant decisions, or last cuts, that made her feel as if her life were her own again. With this new way of being, she ...
 
Have you ever wanted to pick the brain of a thriving entrepreneur or investor but didn’t know how? Maybe you wanted to ask them about their successes, failures, systems, motivation, or experiences they’ve had? Perhaps you wanted to invite them out for a coffee or beer, but couldn’t find the time? Don’t worry, The Weekly Juice has you covered every Wednesday. Co-hosted by Ryan Bevilacqua and Cory Jacobson, this podcast provides actionable advice from investors, entrepreneurs, real estate prof ...
 
Host Deidra Hughey invites you to listen in on the best free book podcasts right here in her Avid Reader Nation network where you get the most engaging conversations in literary without all the mindless chatter. Hear author guests reading, laughing, and giving useful insights on The Bonafide Literary Show, OutSkirts Science Fiction Theatre, or The Book Tea. It's always something fresh and special here in the Avid Reader Nation for you to crave. Subscribe for free and get your read on!
 
An eleven year old who remains eleven for more than half a century! As a literary creation, Richmal Crompton's scalawag schoolboy has few peers. Along with his notorious gang of Outlaws, William Brown wreaks havoc not just on his family but also across the entire village. His long suffering family, the local shopkeepers and a host of unforgettable characters make the William series of 21 books a delightful and most amusing read. More William is the second in the long series written by Richma ...
 
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This week the group discusses what parts of their lives were put on pause when they received their cancer diagnoses. From friendships, to college and careers, to the stepping stones of life, the group reflects on how they faced these rising obstacles and found a positive spin to life on pause. The group breaks down how they navigated having cancer …
 
Arvi Carkanji (@arvi.carkanji) and Dave Arlaud (@dave.arlaud) make an appearance on the Weekly Juice to tell the Bad Boys of FI about their multi-faceted approach to real estate investing and financial independence. They share their strategies for wholesaling, buy and hold, and more, and talk about generating $500k in annual revenue in their mid-20…
 
Funded by you, for you If you'd like to support the running of the podcast (please do!) follow the links below: Click here to become a Patron of the podcast and to donate a monthly amount to support its future. Click here to make a one-time donation. This is a story about loss and self-love. After losing his Mum to suicide in July 2014 while he was…
 
Diego Corzo (@realdiegocorzo) tells the Bad Boys of FI about his inspirational journey from being an undocumented immigrant, to a DACA recipient, to learning how to put yourself into position to succeed. Diego never takes no for an answer, but finds a way to have a positive attitude in the face of any challenge. Quite possibly his biggest strength,…
 
John-Mark Mallory lost his only brother, Max, to testicular cancer. He shares experiences during Max's illness, his grief process, career path, and, now, plans for the Max Mallory Foundation as its executive director. Listen to John-Mark on how to survive the loss of a sibling to testicular cancer.By The Max Mallory Foundation - Joyce Lofstrom host
 
Funded by you, for you If you'd like to support the running of the podcast (please do!) follow the links below: Click here to become a Patron of the podcast and to donate a monthly amount to support its future. Click here to make a one-time donation. While living with her Dad’s alcohol addiction and balancing life as as a student, Natalie’s Mum was…
 
Jeffrey Holst (@jeffreyholst) joins the Weekly Juice to tell the guys about how he turned his life around in pursuit of financial freedom. Jeff’s story starts as a lawyer in debt, and has many ups and downs including a battle with a cancer diagnosis, bankruptcy, climbing mountains, and mastering the real estate world.…
 
Funded by you, for you If you'd like to support the running of the podcast (please do!) follow the links below: Click here to become a Patron of the podcast and to donate a monthly amount to support its future. Click here to make a one-time donation. I’ve been so excited to share this episode that we recorded before Christmas because I am just obse…
 
Ashley Wilson (@badashinvestor) joins The Weekly Juice to discuss building, growing, and managing a very large real estate portfolio with her significant other. Ashley talks about everything the first few deals, to the buying, rehabbing, managing, and selling she does on a daily basis today. Ashley touches on market trends, future outlook, and her …
 
MERRY SHITMAS TO ONE AND ALL. This year has been more difficult than most. And Christmas is fast approaching like a dark, thick cloud up ahead. And I know a lot of us are really struggling right now. However, throughout the year, a lot of us have also experienced some beautiful moments too. From buying your first homes, to graduating, getting marri…
 
David Toupin (@realestatejedi, @obsidiancapital, @therealestatelab) joins The Weekly Juice to tell the boys about how he went from being a young, eager real estate investor dabbling in small multifamily properties to quickly making the jump to large complexes with hundreds of units. He discusses his decision making process, mindset, deal analyzing,…
 
Life On Pause is a podcast for and by young adults living with cancer. Each month, young adult cancer patients from Penn State Health share honestly about their cancer diagnosis, treatment and life afterwards. As cancer causes the group to reflect on issues both large and small, surprisingly relatable stories and themes emerge. From relationships t…
 
Listen to Mike Craycraft, testicular cancer survivor and registered pharmacist, who understands why men hesitate to go to the doctor when they suspect this type of cancer diagnosis. He tells you why he waited, how he survived, why pharmacists are integral to the medical team, and how he established the Testicular Cancer Society. Join us on Don't Gi…
 
From the bench to the bedside -- how translational research and multidisciplinary care impact treatment for people with cancer. Guest: Manuel Hidalgo, MD, PhD, Chief of Hematology and Medical Oncology at Weill Cornell Medicine and NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital. Host: John Leonard, MD, world-renowned hematologist and medical oncologist at Weill Corn…
 
Lauren and Kyle Clugston (@rentalstowealth) join the podcast to discuss their very well planned and executed journey to financial freedom via real estate. Lauren and Kyle are a married couple who have built their portfolio together, relying heavily on the BRRRR method, and have goals to retire fairly early with passive income lasting as long as pos…
 
Funded by you, for you If you'd like to support the running of the podcast (please do!) follow the links below: Click here to become a Patron of the podcast and to donate a monthly amount to support its future. Click here to make a one-time donation. Welcome to this week's episode of the Dead Parent Club podcast! This week I welcomed James Matthews…
 
An avid marathon runner, before and after testicular cancer, Nate Gautier learned the power and strength of vulnerability during his cancer treatment. Learn what he means and how he managed the challenges of this unexpected diagnosis.By The Max Mallory Foundation - Joyce Lofstrom host
 
Andrés Bustamante (@andresbustatx) joins the Weekly Juice to tell the story of his unique entry into real estate. Andrés started young as a real estate agent and reached out to industry leaders offering to provide value to them in return for mentorship and guidance. In the episode, Andrés discusses how in a short period of time, he found success in…
 
Host Tim Cripe welcomes his new Co-Host, Dr. Brenda Weigel, to reflect on her career, leadership, and focus areas since her last interview on TWiPO in 2017. Dr. Weigel is the Director of the Division of Pediatric Hematology/Oncology at the University of Minnesota's Cancer Center, Chair of Developmental Therapeutics in the COG, and Chair of the Pedi…
 
Funded by you, for you If you'd like to support the running of the podcast (please do!) follow the links below: Click here to become a Patron of the podcast and to donate a monthly amount to support its future. Click here to make a one-time donation. Welcome to this week's episode of the Dead Parent Club podcast! On Saturday 5th December Christie a…
 
Jason Greenspan decided to set a world record for men coming together in one place to check their testicles for testicular cancer. Hear his survival story and the event he held during his senior year in college - all to raise awareness of testicular cancer.By The Max Mallory Foundation - Joyce Lofstrom host
 
Scott Carson (@1scottcarson , @noteclosers) joins the Weekly Juice to give listeners an introduction to real estate mortgage notes, how to get started investing in notes, and his journey to financial independence via note investing. Scott is a former Note Educator of the Year, a current podcaster, and an avid investor.…
 
Funded by you, for you If you'd like to support the running of the podcast (please do!) follow the links below: Click here to become a Patron of the podcast and to donate a monthly amount to support its future. Click here to make a one-time donation. Hey Guys, welcome to this week’s episode with Finty Hunter! Her Dad, Doug, died during a pivotal ti…
 
Craig Curelop (@thefiguy) joins The Weekly Juice to discuss his motivation and his incredibly quick financial independence journey. Craig works in real estate and is the author of "The House Hacking Strategy".By Cory Jacobson, Ryan Bevilacqua
 
Funded by you, for you If you'd like to support the running of the podcast (please do!) follow the links below: Click here to become a Patron of the podcast and to donate a monthly amount to support its future. Click here to make a one-time donation. This week, my guest is spiritual healing coach Dana. Dana is a fountain of knowledge on all things …
 
Ashley M. Fox (@_ashleymfox) joins The Weekly Juice to discuss her journey to financial freedom via multiple avenues of investing. Ashley has experienced many aspects of the financial world and is now focused on educating younger generations about building wealth and managing money.By Cory Jacobson, Ryan Bevilacqua
 
Welcome to another episode of the Dead Parent Club podcast! Here in the DPC, we're more than aware that dead parent grief doesn't always stem from the death of a biological parent. You may have been brought up by grandparents, step parents or grandparents, cousins, aunties, siblings, adopted parents etc. And it's important to know that your grief i…
 
Travis Zappia (@theyoungretireeat33) joins The Weekly Juice to discuss his unorthodox 80% savings rate, and how he used that money to start a rapidly growing Airbnb business that brings in over $100k per year. Travis touches on getting started on Airbnb, systems to make yourself efficient, and how to position yourself for success.…
 
This week I thought I'd do something a little different, and I set up a live Q&A on Instagram while also recording this episode at the same time! So it's all totally raw and unedited. I asked you guys to submit your questions and there were SO many! From asking about my Mum and my own loss, to how my relationships and friendships have changed, how …
 
Paula Pant joins the Weekly Juice Podcast to discuss her unique journey to financial freedom. She tells the juice boys about how travel inspired her to focus on working for herself, developing her own path, and investing in things that would pay the best returns.By Ryan Jacobson, Cory Jacobson
 
Click here to become a Patron of the podcast and to donate a monthly amount to support its future. Click here to make a one-time donation. This week I had a DPC podcast first - I interviewed twins Hubert and Lucia about the loss of their Dad and how it’s impacted their lives since. We discussed how they both reacted very differently after their Dad…
 
This week was International Brain Tumor Awareness Week & we're closing out the week with this engaging discussion. TWIPO Host, Dr. Timothy Cripe, met with Dr. Michael Taylor, from SickKids in Toronto, Canada, and Dr. Nabil Ahmed, from Texas Children's Hospital, to discuss their recently published paper on a novel immunotherapy approach for children…
 
Dr. Joseph Asamoah joins The Weekly Juice Podcast to discuss his successes and failures in the real estate investing game. Dr. Asamoah focuses his investing in the Washington D.C. area and his portfolio features a lot of houses that are eligible for Section 8 tenants, lowering his risk all while being in an upscale neighborhood that demands high re…
 
Click here to become a Patron of the podcast and to donate a monthly amount to support its future. Click here to make a one-time donation. Siobhan’s Dad died when she was 30 after being diagnosed with Alzheimer's when Siobhan was just 17. She described her Dad’s passing as going through lots of different stages of loss. We talked about the effect t…
 
Click here to become a Patron of the podcast and to donate a monthly amount to support its future. Click here to provide a one-time donation. Patricia from the Instagram out Neshama’s Journey joined me recently to tell her own grief story since losing her Mum from pancreatic cancer in November 2019. We talk about how difficult the first few weeks a…
 
Seth Berger, a founder of AND1, Managing Director of the Philadelphia 76ers Innovation Lab, a venture capitalist and entrepreneur, joins the podcast. Seth talks with Ryan and Cory about his life's work, coaching basketball as a passion, playing poker, and finding time for what's important.By Cory jacobson, Ryan Bevilacqua
 
Click here to help me support the future of the podcast. Patrick is from Phoenix of Arizona and he had lost both of his parents by the age of 23. His Mum died suddenly while they were on a night dive together, and his Dad passed shortly after being diagnosed with lung cancer. In this week’s episode we hear about the circumstances leading toward his…
 
Click here to become a Patron and to help me support the future of the podcast Shenin joined me on the episode recently to tell her own grief story and how working as a Cancer Genetic Counsellor has played a huge part in her journey so far. Her Mum was diagnosed with ovarian cancer in June 2016, and passed away at the beginning of this year just as…
 
This Week in Pediatric Oncology (TWIPO) - our host, Timothy Cripe, MD, meets with the new Chair of the Children's Oncology Group (COG), Douglas Hawkins, MD, to discuss the future of the pediatric cancer research landscape. Have any thoughts? Questions? Ideas for future topics? Email us at TWIPO@solvingkidscancer.org. Subscribe to TWIPO to get notif…
 
Click here to become a Patron and to support the future of the podcast Kenisha came onto the podcast to tell her own grief story and how becoming an orphan at 24, and feeling as if no one understood her pain, led to her attempted suicide. However, this was the catalyst for a huge and positive change in her life. In this episode Kenisha takes us thr…
 
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