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Radio Rare is a podcast were we share the stories of those in and around the rare and less common cancer community.

Being diagnosed with a rare cancer doesn't mean you're alone. Radio Rare will dive into the human stories of the rare cancer experience, the innovation and the advocacy.

Addressing the feeling of isolation experienced by so many, we look to create a close community of those affected by rare and less common cancers.

Produced by Rare Cancers Australia

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Radio Rare is a podcast were we share the stories of those in and around the rare and less common cancer community.

Being diagnosed with a rare cancer doesn't mean you're alone. Radio Rare will dive into the human stories of the rare cancer experience, the innovation and the advocacy.

Addressing the feeling of isolation experienced by so many, we look to create a close community of those affected by rare and less common cancers.

Produced by Rare Cancers Australia

    Episode 9: Genomics Group Leader, Dr Richard Tothill

    Episode 9: Genomics Group Leader, Dr Richard Tothill

    Dr Richard Tothill from the University of Melbourne gives us a glimpse into the future of cancer treatments, particularly in CUP and NETS. His research in genomics is bringing cutting edge concepts to reality and we are on the cusp of a seismic shift. For this Genomics Group leader, its just another day in the lab.

    • 39 min
    Episode 8: Carer and Patient, Christine Cockburn

    Episode 8: Carer and Patient, Christine Cockburn

    Christine Cockburn, Patient Support Manager here at Rare Cancers Australia shares the emotional story of caring for her mum during her cancer journey along with the roller coaster that was her own cancer journey. Christine provides insight from not only a carers perspective but a patient perspective as well.

    • 36 min
    Episode 7: Adam Lynch, President of BEAT Bladder Cancer Australia

    Episode 7: Adam Lynch, President of BEAT Bladder Cancer Australia

    Adam Lynch, father of two children and founder of BEAT Bladder Cancer Australia shares the the journey of his late wife Anna as she tried to overcome Bladder Cancer. Adam dives into the inspiration of founding BEAT Bladder Cancer Australia.

    • 45 min
    Episode 6: Carer, Dr Rebecca Kelly

    Episode 6: Carer, Dr Rebecca Kelly

    Scientist, advocate, mum and caregiver Dr Rebecca Kelly sits down with us to talk about the highs and lows of caring for her to 8-year-old son Ryan who was diagnosed with leukemia. Dr Kelly dives into the hurdles of a new diagnosis and being able to advocate for a sick child and keep everything else moving along.

    • 30 min
    Episode 5: Psychologist, Bruce Schubert

    Episode 5: Psychologist, Bruce Schubert

    Clinical psychologist of more then 30 years Bruce Schubert shares his observations and thoughts around the current state of physical distancing and how some are more suited to it than others. Bruce and Emily chat about what cancer patients have known for some time, that life doesn't always go the way you expected it to.

    • 38 min
    Episode 4: Carer, Simone Cloake

    Episode 4: Carer, Simone Cloake

    Often the glue that holds it all together when someone is diagnosed, is the carer. They don't sign up for the role and like the loved ones they care for - they don't expect it. Simone Cloake tells her story of caring for her Dad after being cancer free for 21 years and diagnosed with a rare cancer called Cholangiocarcinoma.

    • 24 min

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