A podcast about breast cancer and how to live a healthier life. Join and listen in to Dr Tasha, a consultant breast cancer surgeon, talking to experts in the field of medicine, surgery, as well as those in the health and wellness space. But most importantly, she has conversations with people who have been affected by breast cancer and who have been generous enough to share their stories. The aim of the podcast is to educate, inform and inspire.
S2 Ep32: How can functional and integrative medicine help me through a cancer diagnosis? - Dr Nina Fuller-Shavel
The field of functional and integrative medicine is becoming increasingly recognised by the mainstream. If you haven't come across these areas, then this is the podcast episode for you.Dr Nina Fuller-Shavel is my guest today. She is an integrative...
S2 Ep31: Clinical trials and why they can be beneficial - Danielle Ralic
If you have been diagnosed with cancer, you may be eligible to participate in a clinical trial. But, what is a clinical trial? Am I eligible to participate? What are the benefits? What does it involve? Do I have to pay?These are some of the questions we...
S2 Ep30: Living with secondary breast cancer and being a patient advocate - Jo Taylor
Jo was diagnosed with primary breast cancer at the age of 38 years, 14 years ago. At the time, she had a 5-month daughter, a 2-year-old son, and her life was turned upside down.Since her primary diagnosis, she has been diagnosed with secondary breast...
S2 Ep29: Fibrosis, ADH and microcalcification (Part 2 of 2) - Dr Peter Davis
Hello again and welcome to the second part of a two part series where we talk all things benign.Today's conversation is with Dr Peter Davis, who works as a histopathologist. He and his team are responsible for analysing any tissue that we take either...
S2 Ep28: Cysts, fibroadenomas and fat necrosis (Part 1 of 2) - Dr Peter Davis
When you have a breast abnormality, you may need to have a biopsy. This is where a sample is taken from the breast and sent to the lab for analyses.The majority of biopsies come back as a benign (non-cancerous) diagnosis. Of course this is always a...
S2 Ep27: Breast cancer at the age of 28 years changed the course of my life - Paulina Golozd
What happens when you are diagnosed with breast cancer at the age of 28? You reflect on your life, consider what is important and then you pivot. You pursue a path that you find meaningful and fulfilling.This is what happened to my guest today, Paulina...
I was recently diagnosed with breast cancer and have found this podcast invaluable and very inspiring as I go through my treatment journey. I have so many questions and things I want to do to help myself through this and have found the topics Tasha has covered incredibly useful, thank you.
A must listen
This is a great podcast on matters that are really relevant. The topics are interesting and very informative. Tasha’s very good at explaining things and breaking down information into manageable chunks. She makes hard topics into easy listening. I’ve learnt a lot and always look forward to new episodes. I would definitely recommend.
I love this podcast! It is so informative and helpful. The topics that have been covered are relevant and easy to understand. If you want to learn about breast cancer and breast health, then check this podcast out. I have just subscribed! Nita.