18 episodes

Their is nothing pretty in pink! I felt like I was jumped into a gang who colors happen to be "PINK". I don't consider myself a survivor because managing the ebbs and flows after a breast cancer diagnosis is never ending. I'm now standing in my GLOW willing to share my moments. My moments are real and my truth is sometimes funny. The Glow doesn't define me. I define the Glow.

Chemo Glow Regina Jones

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.9 • 7 Ratings

Their is nothing pretty in pink! I felt like I was jumped into a gang who colors happen to be "PINK". I don't consider myself a survivor because managing the ebbs and flows after a breast cancer diagnosis is never ending. I'm now standing in my GLOW willing to share my moments. My moments are real and my truth is sometimes funny. The Glow doesn't define me. I define the Glow.

    Episode 18: Why Am I Still Here?

    Episode 18: Why Am I Still Here?

    Janine Jones was a competitive CrossFit Athlete in the best shape of her life. She had a promising career and family life. As a registered Pediatric Nurse, she was not expecting a sudden diagnosis of Diffuse Large B Cell Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma. Janine was the most positive cancer patient and later had to find the answer to the question, "Why am I still here?" Janine gives back to the hospital that saved her life by volunteering with the Patient Family Advisory Council at the UNC Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center.

    • 50 min
    Episode 17: Healing Without Boundaries

    Episode 17: Healing Without Boundaries

    Katerina Gmitter is a young breast cancer survivor. She was diagnosed at 32, a young mother with two children, ages 2½ and 4 months. She knows firsthand the value of a respite, having a break from cancer, and family obligations to focus on self-care.

    Her mother passed away from metastatic breast cancer when Katerina was 20. Her mission is to help women on their own healing journey through respites, nature, connection, and self-care. 

    • 55 min
    Episode 16: Impeccable Strength

    Episode 16: Impeccable Strength

    Four years ago, Africa Moore was at Chapel Hill looking in a doctor's face trying to breathe after the doctor said: "I'm sorry... you are stage 4, and you're incurable." Today, she is breathing cancer-free and trying to express how grateful she is for His grace and mercy!

    #ChemoGlow #mestastastic #bless #breastcancer #graceandmercy #RobinRoberts

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    • 58 min
    Episode 15: It Takes a Village

    Episode 15: It Takes a Village

    Terri Robinson was happy, raising a teenager and making her way through life when she was diagnosed with Triple Negative Breast Cancer. She relied on her faith, family, and friends to build her village and support her during her journey. 

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    • 1 hr
    Episode 14: Trust HIS Plan

    Episode 14: Trust HIS Plan

    Jill Berry is an Army veteran, mentor, thriver and volunteer. She is a touchstone in the community and around the country to assist women in navigating breast cancer. God allowed her to live to help others through this disease. Joined us for a candid discussion with Jill and her husband Rev. Dr. Anthony Berry.

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    Hot Coffee by Ghostrifter Official
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    • 1 hr 10 min
    Episode 13: Before the Battle

    Episode 13: Before the Battle

    Pastor Rick Barber understands from his military experiences what it means to be in battle. However, in the war that is Prostate Cancer, he learned to face his diagnosis by putting God in front.  

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    • 1 hr 5 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
7 Ratings

7 Ratings

Mikeylito ,

Plesantly surprised, considering the topic

To be honest, I approached this podcast with dread because cancer and chemotherapy are not topics one considers willingly. To my surprise, however, host Regina Jones makes the topic compelling because she's not dwelling on cancer and chemo but rather relating it to her life and how it affected her and the people around her.

For anyone who has lived life, you'll find the things Regina discusses don't necessarily result because of cancer but rather because of living. Many of the things discussed you'll relate to because her discussions are life-affirming.

Rather than approaching the podcast with dread, give it a listen. I think you'll be pleasantly surprised and enthralled, just as I was. Regina Jones is a natural interviewer. Tune in.

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