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Cancer Interviews

Jan 31, 2024

For Pete Hill, a colonoscopy led to a diagnosis of bowel cancer.  His treatment regimen included a temporary stoma bag and chemotherapy, but he achieved survivorship.  Having a stoma bag required some radical changes in his diet and its removal required still more changes, but says his health is “80 percent” of what...

Jan 27, 2024

Rob Capuano woke up one night with a severe pain in his stomach.  He wanted to be seen at an urgent care, but due to COVID, the facility couldn’t admit him.  When he was seen, he had to insist on an MRI, which resulted in his diagnosis of pancreatic cancer.  Between surgery and chemotherapy, Rob achieved survivorship.

Jan 20, 2024

In today’s Cancer Interviews episode, we learn how Cindy Carter of Germiston, South Africa survived cervical cancer with chemotherapy and Radium radiation therapy.


Not only has she survived a diagnosis of cervical cancer, but she tells host Bruce Morton she has gone on to make it her life’s work to help others...

Jan 12, 2024

After years of sunburn as a kid, in his twenties, Steffan Tubbs noticed an unusual-looking mole on his chest.  After two failed attempts to surgically remove it, some thirty years later, he was diagnosed with melanoma.  A third procedure removed the cancer in its entirety.  When he goes outdoors, he takes a series of...