The Colon Cancer Podcast
By Lee Silverstein interviews colon cancer survivors, caregivers and medical professionals who share information and provide hope and inspiration to those touched by colon cancer.
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A one-on-one interview with survivors and others affected by this all-too-common, yet not as "famous" form of cancer. Join us for each episode as a new guest shares their story and shines some light on the darkness of colorectal cancer.
||CleanHer Attitude and Spiritualness Helped Get Her Through Rectal Cancer||Happy New Year! There is much to look forward to in 2018. In March, I celebrate my 7th “cancerversary.” This is probably why, being Stage IV, my oncologist called me an “outlier.” I’ll take that! Next month The Colon Cancer Podcast will celebr||1/16/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanHer Colorectal Cancer Symptoms Were Dismissed and She’s Happy To Be Alive||I learned of Sasha’s story through a Faces of Blue profile from The Colon Cancer Coalition. Here’s the article: 18 months, 78 weeks, 546 days, 13104 hours, 786240 minutes. I heard him, but I didn’t really hear him.||12/26/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanA Conversation About a Terminal Colon Cancer Diagnosis and More, With Matthew Dons||Matthew Dons, originally from the U.K. and now living in Japan was diagnosed with terminal colon cancer in 2016. I was introduced to Matthew by Dr. Andrew Albert who was a previous guest on the podcast. During our conversation Matthew talked extensivel.||12/12/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanColorectal Cancer, Thyroid Cancer, Ewing’s Sarcoma – Ed Yakacki III Is a Fighter||Ed Yakacki III first appeared on The Colon Cancer Podcast in April, 2015 – http://thecoloncancerpodcast.com/010. During that interview Ed talked about his his experience with colorectal cancer; a disease that his doctors have now said he’s beaten.||11/28/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanI Am Alive and Kickin; An Interview With Lynch Syndrome and Colon Cancer Survivor David Dubin||Dave Dubin is a 2-time colon cancer survivor and the third generation in his family with Lynch Syndrome. He founded Aliveandkickn.org with the mission “To improve the lives of individuals and families affected by Lynch Syndrome and associated cancers||11/14/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean2017 Tomorrow Can’t Wait – Interview With Joy Freedman||2 1/2 year survivor, Joy Freedman shared her thoughts on the 2017 Tomorrow Can’t Wait Colorectal Cancer Alliance conference.||11/12/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanA Nation of Allies; the New Colorectal Cancer Alliance||On November 1st, 2017 CEO, Michael Sapienza, made an exciting announcement about the rebranding of The Colon Cancer Alliance to the new Colorectal Cancer Alliance. Listen to this announcement followed by an interview with Michael about this new initiat.||11/6/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanA Blood Test to Screen For Colorectal Cancer? Epigenomics Has It||Noel Doheny, CEO of Epigenomics, spoke with me during Tomorrow Can’t Wait, the 2017 Colorectal Cancer Alliance conference. Epigenomics has developed the first FDA and PMA approved liquid biopsy test to screen for colorectal cancer.||11/5/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanThrough The Window – A Photographic Tale of Cancer Recovery||When photographer, Scott Wilson, was diagnosed with Stage IV Colon Cancer and was told chemotherapy meant avoiding direct sunlight, placing serious constraints on his landscape photography career, he set about creating a new Colorado wildlife portfolio.||11/4/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanHow One Doctor Is Working to Increase Colorectal Cancer Screenings||Dr. Andrew Albert is a Board Certified Gastroenterologist and serves patients in Chicago at his practice, Chicago Gastro. After losing a patient to colon cancer he was at his wit’s end. “Colon Cancer is 95% preventable if people would only get scree||10/31/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
The Colon Cancer Podcast
This is really an incredible podcast! The topic of cancer is so emotional and Lee Silverstein presents himself in a very personal manner which makes it very engaging as well as informative. Lee creates an immediate connection, with the listener, and begins by telling his own story in a vulnerable way. I can imagine that he will be a very thoughtful interviewer with future podcasts and i very much look forward to hearing them.
Great job Lee Silverstein!
As the wife of a colorectal cancer survivor, I can't tell you how grateful I am to have such an informative podcast for survivors as well as caregivers. Listening to Lee's story, it made me want to cry laugh shout all at the same time.... I can't wait for the next one!
The Colon Cancer Podcast Anita's story
Thank you Lee you did a great job in putting together my story. Very pleased ! I will be sure and share with all my connections.