The Final Episode

Welcome to episode #188, the final episode of the WE Have Cancer podcast.

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David Richman Lost his Sister to Brain Cancer and Continues to Fight in Her Memory

On this episode of WE Have Cancer, motivational speaker and endurance athlete David Richman shares with Lee how cancer first touched his life through his late sister, June. To honor her legacy, David has completed countless races in search of connection, emotion, and perspective. Guest Biography: David Richman is an, author, entrepreneur, speaker, consultant and…

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Diagnosed with Stage IV Ovarian Cancer at Age 30: Morgan Gaynor's Journey & Advocacy

Diagnosed with Stage IV Ovarian Cancer at Age 30: Morgan Gaynor's Journey & Advocacy

On this episode of WE Have Cancer, awareness advocate and ovarian cancer survivor Morgan Gaynor chats with Lee about cancer research, advocacy, and sharing her cancer journey online in a very public way. Guest Biography: After completing her MBA at Monmouth University at age 30, Morgan decided to look into freezing her eggs. That decision…

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Finding Healing and Joy in Baseball, with Hodgkin’s Survivor Katie Russell Newland

On this episode of WE Have Cancer, author and cancer survivor Katie Russell Newland chats with Lee about baseball, family, cancer, and learning to live in the moment. Katie shares how baseball was a special bond between her and her mother growing up. Three years after her mom lost her own battle with Colon Cancer,…

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How to Find Peace and Comfort in the Face of Death, with Dr. Jim deMaine

How to Find Peace and Comfort in the Face of Death, with Dr. Jim deMaine

On this episode of WE Have Cancer, author and veteran physician Jim deMaine chats with Lee about facing death with peace and comfort. Dr. deMaine shares his knowledge on hospice and palliative care and the rights every patient should be informed on in regards to medical care at the end of their life. He also…

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All About Belong.Life: A Free, Anonymous App for the Cancer Community

On this episode of WE Have Cancer, Oncologist Dr. Daniel shares how the free Belong.Life app is changing the lives of cancer patients and caregivers around the world. Belong.Life is both a social and professional network for managing and navigating treatments, with a mission to improve the quality of life and the quality of cancer…

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From Stage 4 Throat Cancer to Cycling Across America, with Marc Julien

On this episode of WE Have Cancer, stage 4 throat cancer survivor Marc Julien shares with Lee the brutal truth of his experience with radiation therapy on his road to remission, and his newfound passion today for spreading awareness and fundraising for pediatric cancer research. He proudly says cancer is the best thing to ever…

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Grief, Gratitude, and Metastatic Breast Cancer with Actress Erin Cronican

Grief, Gratitude, and Metastatic Breast Cancer with Actress Erin Cronican

On this episode of WE Have Cancer, Lee is joined by actress and singer Erin Cronican to chat about her experience battling stage 4 metastatic breast cancer, continuing to perform and produce plays with her theater company, and blogging her entire journey since 1998. Erin speaks candidly about the roles of grief and gratitude in…

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Laughter Heals, with Voice Actor and Throat Cancer Survivor Rob Paulsen

Laughter Heals, with Voice Actor and Throat Cancer Survivor Rob Paulsen

On this episode of WE Have Cancer, seasoned Hollywood voice actor Rob Paulsen shares his unique story battling throat cancer, and the important roles laughter and joy played in his treatment and recovery. Rob brings along some of his most famous characters to put a smile on everyone’s faces during this bright and inspiring episode.…

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Speaking Up to Prevent Women’s Cancers, with Gynecologic Oncologist Dr. Valena Wright

Speaking Up to Prevent Women’s Cancers, with Gynecologic Oncologist Dr. Valena Wright

On this episode of WE Have Cancer, womens’ cancer surgeon Dr. Valena Wright, MD chats with Lee about her decades of experience treating gynecologic cancers, and the many preventative measures women may not know about. From symptoms of ovarian cancer to the power of positivity to the benefits of music therapy, Dr. Wright shares her…

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