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Stupid Cancer Show

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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.

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The Affordable Care Act is one of the most transformational pieces of health legislation in our nation's history. Join us as we welcome cancer rights attorney Monica Fawzy to dispel the myths and focus on the facts for what you need to... more

Join us as we welcome rock star singer/songwriter and leukemia survivor Andrew McMahon to the show. The frontman for bands Something Corporate and Jack's Mannequin will share his story, some new music and where he's headed with... more

Cancer is so prevalent in the everyday news cycle. Do we grow immune? How has the media helped to shape the cancer narrative and what role does industry, journalists and the every day survivor play in being a voice for change? Join us... more

"Science for the Benefit of Humanity" is the charter of Tomorrow Lab, an exciting new program of the Weizmann Institute of Science. Join Blair Cobb (Senior Director, Cause Marketing & Community Relations, AOL), Susan Schulz... more

It's time to open our phone banks for the first time and host the inaugural "Open Mic Night" for The Stupid Cancer Show. Yes, it's true, we will be taking your calls all night and hopefully answering any and all questions you might have about... more

Selma Schimmel is often hailed as the "original" young adult survivor advocate, originally diagnosed with breast cancer at age 28 in 1983. The founder of Vital Options, a not-for-profit cancer communications organization with a mission to... more

Of the 80,000 known man-made chemicals in our food, air, water, cars, homes and everything else, only a handful are regulated for human safety. This is not OK. Join us as we welcome survivor/journalist Emily Cousins... more

As the world goes mobile and advances in cancer rely more and more on high tech solutions, living with and managing cancer means new solutions for survivors and caregivers. Join us as we discuss this issue with Alex Fair (Co-Founder &... more

Decoding Annie Parker is a breakthrough film about the discovery of the BRCA1 gene responsible for many breast and ovacial cancers. Join us a we welcome writer/director Steven Bernstein and Annie Parker herself, along with Susan... more

Yes, Canadians get cancer and it sucks just as much for their young adults, despite a different healthcare system. Join us as we welcome four young adult fighters and survivors from our neighbor to the north—Jean Lamantia,... more

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