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The In My Words podcast series shares the stories of real patients, combined with clinical perspectives from health care professionals, to explain a condition, treatment pathway, or clinical trial… in their own words. It’s time we make health care a little less confusing, and empower patients and their care circle to make informed decisions and own their health.

In My Words Jumo Health

    • Health & Fitness
    • 5.0 • 14 Ratings

The In My Words podcast series shares the stories of real patients, combined with clinical perspectives from health care professionals, to explain a condition, treatment pathway, or clinical trial… in their own words. It’s time we make health care a little less confusing, and empower patients and their care circle to make informed decisions and own their health.

    Episode 3: Living with lung cancer—Struggles, mental health, and coping

    Episode 3: Living with lung cancer—Struggles, mental health, and coping

    Terri Byrne shares the struggles she has faced living in a region in Australia with limited access to medical treatments and support, her mental health, and what helps her cope. We are also joined by Nicole Parkinson from Lung Foundation Australia, who talked with us about common struggles for people living with lung cancer and what people can do to help them cope. This episode is part of a 4-part miniseries talking about lung cancer treatment; side effects; struggles and mental health; and relationships and support networks. We also talk about support resources that are available to people living with lung cancer. This episode was created using excerpts from our interviews with Terri Byrne and Lung Foundation Support Nurse Nicole Parkinson. This episode has been kindly supported by Lung Foundation Australia and sponsored by Bristol Myers Squibb. 

    • 19 min
    Episode 1: Understanding lung cancer treatment—Immunotherapy and chemotherapy

    Episode 1: Understanding lung cancer treatment—Immunotherapy and chemotherapy

    Valerie Davis shares her experience with lung cancer and treatment and we talk about immunotherapy and chemotherapy with Dr Clay, an expert on cancer and its treatment. This episode is part of a 4-part miniseries talking about lung cancer treatment; side effects; struggles and mental health; and relationships and support networks. We also talk about support resources that are available to people living with lung cancer. This episode was created using excerpts from our interviews with Valerie Davis and Dr Timothy Clay. This episode has been kindly supported by Lung Foundation Australia and sponsored by Bristol Myers Squibb.
    ©2021 Bristol-Myers Squibb. Bristol-Myers Squibb Australia Pty Ltd, ABN 33 004 333 322, 4 Nexus Court, Mulgrave, VIC 3170.
    ONC-AU-2100089. Date of preparation: April 2021

    • 20 min
    Episode 4: Living with lung cancer—Relationships and support networks

    Episode 4: Living with lung cancer—Relationships and support networks

    Michel Itel shares his experience living with lung cancer and relationships and support networks. We are also joined by Nicole Parkinson from Lung Foundation Australia, who provides insights and tips on how people living with lung cancer can manage their relationships. This episode is part of a 4-part miniseries talking about lung cancer treatment; side effects; struggles and mental health; and relationships and support networks. We also talk about support resources that are available to people living with lung cancer. This episode was created using excerpts from our interviews with Michel Itel and Lung Foundation Support Nurse Nicole Parkinson. This episode has been kindly supported by Lung Foundation Australia and sponsored by Bristol Myers Squibb.

    • 19 min
    Episode 2: Understanding lung cancer treatment—Immunotherapy side effects

    Episode 2: Understanding lung cancer treatment—Immunotherapy side effects

    Valerie Davis shares her experience with immunotherapy side effects and Dr Clay talks about what immunotherapy is and how it helps restore the immune system so the body can better fight lung cancer. This episode is part of a 4-part miniseries talking about lung cancer treatment; side effects; struggles and mental health; and relationships and support networks. We also talk about support resources that are available to people living with lung cancer. This episode was created using excerpts from our interviews with Valerie Davis and Dr Timothy Clay. This episode has been kindly supported by Lung Foundation Australia and sponsored by Bristol Myers Squibb.
    ©2021 Bristol-Myers Squibb. Bristol-Myers Squibb Australia Pty Ltd, ABN 33 004 333 322, 4 Nexus Court, Mulgrave, VIC 3170.

    ONC-AU-2100090. Date of preparation: April 2021

    • 18 min
    Trudy’s Story, Managing Your Diabetes Part 2—Challenges, Sick Days, and Travel

    Trudy’s Story, Managing Your Diabetes Part 2—Challenges, Sick Days, and Travel

    Type 2 Diabetes: Managing Your Diabetes, part 2
    Trudy shares the challenges she faced controlling sugar levels.

    This episode is part of a 3-part series focusing on a different aspects of managing life with type 2 diabetes and is kindly supported by Diabetes New Zealand and sponsored by Sanofi New Zealand.

    MAT-NZ-2100010. Date of preparation March 2021. TAPS PP7426.

    • 16 min
    Trudy’s Story, Managing Your Diabetes Part 1—Insulin

    Trudy’s Story, Managing Your Diabetes Part 1—Insulin

    Type 2 Diabetes: Managing Your Diabetes, part 1
    Trudy shares how she managed her type 2 diabetes with medication, focusing on insulin.

    This episode is part of a 3-part series focusing on a different aspects of managing life with type 2 diabetes and is kindly supported by Diabetes New Zealand and sponsored by Sanofi New Zealand.

    MAT-NZ-2100010. Date of preparation March 2021. TAPS PP7426.

    • 14 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
14 Ratings

14 Ratings

Diana Kwacz ,

School Psychologist

I am currently a licensed school psychologist in PA, NJ, and DE. I am employed full time in a DE school district where I complete psychoeducation evaluations and administer evidence based counseling with an emphasis on cognitive behavioral techniques to students identified with a disability.

This podcast offers a much need perspective from a student who shares her story and how members of her social circle reacted to her battle with mental health. The podcast offers helpful suggestions from a qualified mental health professional who reviews what is typical and atypical in regards to the pathology of anxiety and depression. This is a powerful tool to help change mental health sigma in not only schools, but society. I shared the podcast with my assistant principal to potentially share with colleagues at our next professional development.

Dr. P M ,

Jumo T 1 D

Outstanding concise and very timely. I am sure that many college age students with T1D and their families will benefit from this informative podcast. Great idea and I am looking forward to the next ones. I will certainly recommend JUMO to my patients.

Hilliard0703 ,

What a great podcast

What a great and informative Podcast. Glad to know more about T1D and it's effects on college students. Really looking forward to the next ones! Thank you!

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