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PODCASTS AND BLOGS
Cancer Actually F***ing Sucks Podcast -
podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/
cancer-actually-f-ing-sucks/id1525217097?uo=4
Get ready to laugh, cry and find comfort in knowing you're
not alone in your cancer journey through Madison and
Paige's interviews with young fighters and survivors.
As 26 and 24-year-old cancer survivors, they will take a
personal deep dive into their guests' experiences with
their diagnoses and how they cope with the trauma
that comes with hearing the C word, while also finding
laughter through this crazy experience. Madison is an
integrative nutrition health coach guiding young survivors
to take control of their health again, while Paige is also
studying to be a holistic nutrition coach!
The Don't Call It a Journey Podcast -
podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-dontcall-it-a-journey-podcast/id1595701117
If
cancer has touched your life in some way, whether
it be your own personal battle, or that of a loved one or
friend, you know that the road of cancer is a long one.
If you are in this club that none of us asked to join, you
probably know that people love to call fighting cancer
a " journey " -but as a member of this club, you also
know the real truth-that this so-called " journey " of
cancer really doesn't end. Our lives are forever changed
in many ways-some negative, but some positive, too.
Join Lisa Orr as she talks about REAL topics around
living with a cancer diagnosis as a young adult. Through
discussions and interviews with inspiring people, let
her help you see the light and beauty in life after a
cancer diagnosis. Follow the podcast on Instagram
@dontcallitajourneypodcast for more information
about upcoming episodes! You can email Lisa at
dontcallitajourneypodcast@gmail.com.
Life on Pause - open.spotify.com/show/
33dLgIsMLHn8ABHidsOIDN?si=L77Aucuo
RMqlxM1pZJ4oYA&nd=1
Life On Pause is a podcast for and by young adults living
with cancer. Each month, young adult cancer patients
from Penn State Health share honestly about their cancer
diagnosis, treatment, and life afterwards. As cancer
causes the group to reflect on issues both large and
small, surprisingly relatable stories and themes emerge.
From relationships to body functions, nothing is off the
table.
Negative Space - thenegativespace.life
Inspired by the art concept of negative space, defined
as the space around and between a subject, Allison
Breininger's site is dedicated to shining light on
caregivers who are often unseen and underappreciated,
but are essential components of the patients' well-being.
At thenegativespace.life she writes honestly and openly
about the realities of caregiving and by doing so creates
a safe community for caregivers to feel seen, heard, and
appreciated.
SELF-ADVOCACY
Abridge - abridge.com
Why leave all the details behind when you leave the
doctor's office, or settle for a printed visit summary
that only tells half the story? With the Abridge app, you
record your health care as it happened, so you can take
your doctor's advice home with you. The app pulls out
medically relevant concepts from the appointments so it's
easy to go back and review the information or share with
your loved ones. We recommend it as a tool everyone
should use to help manage their care.
SUPPORT GROUPS
b-present Foundation - b-present.org/
No young adult should have to face cancer alone. The
b-present Foundation is a 501(c)3 nonprofit founded in
memory of 20-year-old Kirsten, who lost her battle with
leukemia in 2016. b-present is focused on improving the
experience of young adults with cancer by providing the
tools and information that empower the social support
network to be present. Our b-aware program improves
young adult empathy pre-diagnosis, and b-connected
ensures friends have the needed resources to stay
connected during treatment and beyond.
Bright Spot Network -
brightspotnetwork.org/
Bright Spot Network provides young cancer survivors
who are parents of small children with a safe space
for individual and familial healing, recovery, and
reconnection.
Cactus Cancer Society - cactuscancer.org/
The Cactus Cancer Society is the first and only virtual
community built by, and for young adults facing cancer
that provides age-appropriate support programs and
resources focused on coping through creative expression
and connection-all in the pursuit of making survivorship
support available and accessible to those who need it, no
matter who they are or where they are.
Cancer Dudes - cancerdudes.org
Our mission is empowering men to thrive after cancer.
With a scarcity of resources geared specifically to men's
unique needs, Cancer Dudes was created to provide
education and resources in order for men to successfully
move past their cancer experience.
The Cassie Hines Shoes Cancer
Foundation - cassiehinesshoescancer.org/
Our mission at The Cassie Hines Shoes Cancer
Foundation is to guide young adults managing a cancer
diagnosis to social support programs and services that
can help them manage their mental healing as well as
their physical battle.
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http://www.abridge.com http://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/cancer-actually-f-ing-sucks/id1525217097?uo=4 http://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/cancer-actually-f-ing-sucks/id1525217097?uo=4 http://www.b-present.org/ http://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-dont-call-it-a-journey-podcast/id1595701117 http://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-dont-call-it-a-journey-podcast/id1595701117 https://www.brightspotnetwork.org/ http://www.cactuscancer.org/ http://open.spotify.com/show/33dLgIsMLHn8ABHidsOIDN?si=L77AucuoRMqlxM1pZJ4oYA&nd=1 http://open.spotify.com/show/33dLgIsMLHn8ABHidsOIDN?si=L77AucuoRMqlxM1pZJ4oYA&nd=1 http://open.spotify.com/show/33dLgIsMLHn8ABHidsOIDN?si=L77AucuoRMqlxM1pZJ4oYA&nd=1 http://www.cancerdudes.org http://thenegativespace.life http://www.cassiehinesshoescancer.org/ http://www.ELEPHANTSANDTEA.COM

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