7 episodes

Bad Right Breast is the podcast that will talk through the dirty truths about personal experiences of people living with the horrible disease that is cancer. Not just that of people diagnosed with breast cancer, but other cancers. And not just people diagnosed with cancers, but their caregivers, their family members, even their children. Please join us as we talk through issues that you don’t necessarily hear on the news or in the doctor’s office, but are things that anyone who has dealt with cancer lives through each and every day – and by that, I mean, every single person you know and don’t know. Because cancer, well it knows no prejudice and affects everyone. Please join us for Bad Right Breast.

Bad Right Breast Laurie Brown Kindred

    • Medicine
    • 5.0, 16 Ratings

Bad Right Breast is the podcast that will talk through the dirty truths about personal experiences of people living with the horrible disease that is cancer. Not just that of people diagnosed with breast cancer, but other cancers. And not just people diagnosed with cancers, but their caregivers, their family members, even their children. Please join us as we talk through issues that you don’t necessarily hear on the news or in the doctor’s office, but are things that anyone who has dealt with cancer lives through each and every day – and by that, I mean, every single person you know and don’t know. Because cancer, well it knows no prejudice and affects everyone. Please join us for Bad Right Breast.

    MY STORY #6: Telling My Parents

    MY STORY #6: Telling My Parents

    Telling my parents that I had cancer was the hardest conversation I’ve ever had. And after talking with many other women, I wasn’t alone. Listen to some of the women who are at the forefront of the upcoming series, THEIR STORIES, tell how it was for them to tell their parents. The THEIR STORIES series debuts August 11th. Special thanks to Marianne, Kim, Catherine, Katy, Pam, Mary, Sheila, Jen, Tiffany, Caryn, Allyson and my Aunt Kathleen for their contributions to this episode.

    • 18 min
    MY STORY #5: Finding Out I Had Cancer

    MY STORY #5: Finding Out I Had Cancer

    When you give bad news, you have to dig deep, stay calm, cool-headed and just rip off that band-aid. HEARING bad news, well, it just means that you’re left with what’s underneath that band-aid. Something that, in the instant moment in which its last grip is pulled, actually changes your life forever.

    • 21 min
    MY STORY #4: Biopsies...wait, what?

    MY STORY #4: Biopsies...wait, what?

    Over the course of an hour, 22 needles went in and out of my body. Tissue was cut, torn and pulled from my body to be tested and examined, and then probably reexamined, to see if I had cancer. All while life goes on – neighborhood picnics, putting the twins to bed, visiting family – and all the while waiting to know if I have cancer or not.

    • 30 min
    MY STORY #3: Mammograms HURT

    MY STORY #3: Mammograms HURT

    Listen to what ALL of the various medical organizations say about getting a mammogram and when, and tell me if you can figure out when to get yours? And then, listen to what it’s like when you have to get a diagnostic mammogram – the mind game and waiting continues!

    • 27 min
    MY STORY #2: Finding My Lump

    MY STORY #2: Finding My Lump

    I was 36, lying in bed one night, doing a random self-breast exam, and I felt it. I knew it wasn’t normal, that it shouldn’t have been there. But there were so many hoops that I had to go through before I could even get before a doctor to confirm that I wasn’t crazy and that my lump was in fact not normal.

    • 16 min
    MY STORY #1: My Story

    MY STORY #1: My Story

    This is the first episode in the MY STORY series, and is a summary of host, Laurie Brown Kindred’s, journey through stage 3b breast cancer at the age of 36. From finding that first lump & the procedures following, to diagnosis, surgery, treatment, recovery and its return. All the while raising their 3 year old twins, and all that life threw at them in between.

    • 24 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
16 Ratings

16 Ratings

Laura NYC Born ,

Warrior Woman- Force of Nature

Happy to finally listen to this WOMAN speak and teach HER truths❤️

Rimpu K ,

So excited to listen to this podcast!

After hearing the trailer, I subscribed ✅ and am so excited to dig into these important stories about the disease that is breast cancer. Love the host Laurie’s voice and can’t want to dig into her her story. Also 🏆🥇 for the title!!

Puttingonayers ,

Knowledgeable, Informative, Honest

She is not afraid to tell you her 360 truth about her cancer experience.

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