20 episodes

But You Don’t Look Sick is a comment I heard so many times while going through breast cancer treatment. The thing is, I was sick! Even when the chemo is over, and your​ hair grows back, there are more treatments! So let's talk about what living after a breast cancer diagnosis looks like!

But You Don’t Look Sick Kelsey Bucci

    • Health
    • 5.0, 27 Ratings

But You Don’t Look Sick is a comment I heard so many times while going through breast cancer treatment. The thing is, I was sick! Even when the chemo is over, and your​ hair grows back, there are more treatments! So let's talk about what living after a breast cancer diagnosis looks like!

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
27 Ratings

27 Ratings

fratersol ,

Great Podcast

I am a medical student and I can highly recommend this podcast for all those struggling with breast cancer, cancer in general, those interested in breast cancer, and students and clinicians who would like to better understand the feelings, perspectives, and stories of the people they serve. Give it a listen!!

Kait Hanson ,

SO WELL DONE!

I listened to Kelsey's podcast for the first time today so I had to catch up on the intro and first two episodes, but I'm so glad I took the time to do it! I'm not a parent or a breast cancer survivor, but I'm a friend of Kelsey's and wanted to support her work. I did not expect myself to be moved to absolute tears (I had to go take a shower and wash my face after episode 2) and find myself nodding and being able to feel the emotion coming through my computer speakers in a way that simply spoke to my heart as a human being. Not only is this podcast a must-listen for anyone who might be in the trenches with her, but it's a great listen for anyone for the simple fact that someone is finally being freaking REAL in a podcast without worrying about what others might think. It’s raw, it’s emotional and so well done!

Kait Hanson ,

SO WELL DONE!

I listened to Kelsey's podcast for the first time today so I had to catch up on the intro and first two episodes, but I'm so glad I took the time to do it! I'm not a parent or a breast cancer survivor, but I'm a friend of Kelsey's and wanted to support her work. I did not expect myself to be moved to absolute tears (I had to go take a shower and wash my face after episode 2) and find myself nodding and being able to feel the emotion coming through my computer speakersin a way that simply spoke to my heart. Not only is this podcast a must-listen for anyone who might be in the trenches with her, but it's a great listen for someone finally being freaking REAL!

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