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The Stupid Cancer Show is a live, multi-award-winning, international talk radio show that has given a voice to millions of underserved children, teens and young adults affected cancer and elevated the cause of "young adult cancer survivorship" to the global spotlight.

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One of the things that make young adult cancer so unique is that you can be diagnosed while pregnant, which is something that doesn't happen when you're 8 or 80. Joining us to discuss the trials and tribulations of facing a... more

Ariella Chivil is a self-described ?patient turned oncology geek.? Ariella joins us to talk about being a champion for patient advocacy, and her work with leading organizations such as the Cancer Research Institute to share her... more

Navigating your HR department can be tricky even when you don't have cancer. Young adult survivor of Hodgkin's Lymphoma, Jennifer Benz (CEO at Benz Communications) joins us to talk about communicating with Human Resources,... more

Mommy has cancer. Daddy has cancer. How do you talk to your kids? Sharing information about what's going on with your health on an age- appropriate level with your young children is incredibly important and can be overwhelmingly... more

Joe Dolce, former editor-in-chief of Details and Star magazines, traveled the world to the new frontier of cannabis, shedding light on everything you didn't know about weed (and didn't even think to ask) for his new book "Brave New Weed".... more

Despite Marloe Esch's professional experience as an oncology nurse, navigating her own breast cancer diagnosis at 29 was mystifying and lonely. Marloe joins us to discuss the transition from nurse to patient, getting treated by... more

When Tricia and Greg Russo were researching their options on becoming parents after Trica's breast cancer diagnosis, they were discouraged not to find any helpful video resources online. So, they picked up a camera, assembled a team,... more

For over thirty years, Breast Cancer Action — a nonprofit organization — has been seeking to achieve health justice for all women at risk of and living with breast cancer while brilliantly disrupting the landscape around... more

"Die Young With Me" is not a cancer story but an account of a teenager's life becoming derailed and the one thing that helped him pull it back together: music. Rob Rufus, author and the one-lunged, cancer surviving drummer of the... more

20% of all industry chemicals are regulated for human safety. Yes, it's true — despite decades of progress, harmful chemicals are still lurking in our food, our personal care products and just about everything else you can think of.... more

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