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About Panorama Part 1: Kelly's Story

By BBC Radio 5 live
Kelly Smith, known on social media as Kickass Kell, talks to Deborah, Lauren and Steve about her cancer treatment during the coronavirus pandemic. We also hear from Kelly's mum Mandy who was caring for her. Ten days after recording, Kelly sadly died. Parts of this podcast were filmed for a special Panorama documentary called 'Britain's Cancer Crisis', where Deborah investigates fears that the coronavirus pandemic could cause a crisis in cancer care in the UK, how the NHS has managed cancer care during lockdown and she meets more fellow patients to discover what the pandemic has meant for them.

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  • July 6th 2020 at 18:50

Gamechangers: Leanne Pero

By BBC Radio 5 live
Before lockdown, we'd started to record a new series speaking to gamechangers in the cancer community. Our first recording was with Leanne Pero and Charlotte Crowl, but due to Covid-19 everything was put on hold. In this episode we catch up with Leanne. You'll hear the original recording from back in early March, alongside her thoughts of what's happened and changed since. Leanne and Charlotte do a new podcast called 'Black Women Rising: The Untold Cancer Stories' where you can find out more about their amazing work - it's available in all the usual podcast places. We aim to return to the cancer gamechangers series in the next few episodes, so if there's someone making a difference in your cancer community please tell us all about them by using #youmebigc across all forms of social media. This episode is dedicated to our dear friend (and previous guest on the pod) Saima Thompson.

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  • June 30th 2020 at 04:00

About the Mental Heath Impacts of Lockdown

By BBC Radio 5 live
Leyla Hussein OBE, a psychotherapist and social activist joins Lauren, Deborah and Steve to talk about the impact of the coronavirus lockdown on cancer patients’ mental health and shares some helpful advice. Don't forget, you can get in touch by using the #YouMeBigC across all forms of social media - spread the word and share the positive support.

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  • June 23rd 2020 at 04:30

About the Impact of Coronavirus on Cancer

By BBC Radio 5 live
Michelle Mitchell the CEO of Cancer Research UK and Lucy Gossage, a consultant oncologist working in Nottingham University Hospitals join Lauren, Deborah and Steve to talk about the impact of Covid-19 on cancer diagnosis and treatment in the UK during lockdown. We'd like to dedicate this podcast to Kelly Smith, Alex Jackson and those who have lost their lives during this global pandemic.

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  • June 16th 2020 at 04:30

About the World Cancer Day Takeover

By BBC Radio 5 live
Deborah, Lauren and Steve do a #youmebigc takeover of Sarah Brett’s late night 5 Live radio show on World Cancer Day. They catch up with the person in charge of Deborah’s cancer treatment, Professor Cunningham. Hear some great news from the 5 Live Breakfast sports reader Chris Latcham on his leukemia, plus a catch up with Errol McKellar on his prostate campaigning and speak to a few people who called into the show.

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  • February 5th 2020 at 15:52

About The Best Friends

By BBC Radio 5 live
Lauren, Steve and Deborah speak one to one with their best friends, Lereese, David and Sarah, about how they approach supporting them through the impact of cancer. Don't forget, you can get in touch by using the #youmebigc across all forms of social media - spread the word and share the positive support.

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  • January 6th 2020 at 05:00

About The Year

By BBC Radio 5 live
Deborah, Lauren and Steve take a look back at 2019 and catch up with some good friends of the podcast.

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  • December 30th 2019 at 06:00

About The Legacy

By BBC Radio 5 live
Jess Mills, daughter of Baroness Tessa Jowell and Grant, father of #YouMeBigC friend Jack Morgan, join Deborah James, Lauren Mahon and Steve Bland. We discuss the things they’ve all done in memory of their love ones.

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  • December 16th 2019 at 05:00

Quick update from #YouMeBigC

By BBC Radio 5 live
Steve, Debs and Lauren sending you a short message to let you know they're all OK and they'll be back soon!

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  • December 9th 2019 at 16:32

About The Proton Beam

By BBC Radio 5 live
The #YouMeBigC team visit the Christie in Manchester to find about the UK’s first ever NHS Proton Beam centre. John Archer, the centre’s clinical manager, takes us on an all access tour of the facility. Deborah, Lauren and Steve speak to Dr Ed Smith, the proton beam clinical lead, to find out how the treatment works. They also chat to Angela Mulholland whose 5-year-old son, Aidan, has Ewing’s Sarcoma and is currently undergoing proton treatment for a tumour in his spine. Produced by Mike Holt and Alex Entwistle.

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  • November 25th 2019 at 05:00

About Male Specific Cancers

By BBC Radio 5 live
Newcastle Falcons' Johnny Williams, who was recently diagnosed with testicular cancer, and specialist prostate nurse Meg Burgess from Prostate Cancer UK, join Steve Bland and Lauren Mahon to talk about two of the biggest male specific cancers. You can get in touch by using the #youmebigc across all forms of social media.

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  • November 11th 2019 at 05:00

About The Technology

By BBC Radio 5 live
Matthew Gould the Chief Executive Officer for NHSX, a new body set up to ensure that staff and patients have the technology they need, and Paul Landau, founder and CEO of Careology, who saw a need for a better use of app-based technology when he was supporting his wife through cancer, both join Deborah James, Lauren Mahon and Steve Bland to discuss the use of technology in cancer care. You can get in touch by using the #youmebigc across all forms of social media.

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  • November 4th 2019 at 05:00

About The Gynaecological Cancers

By BBC Radio 5 live
CEO of The Eve Appeal Athena Lamnisos, author of The Gynae Geek Dr Anita Mitra, cancer information officer and comedian Karen Hobbs discuss all things gynae cancer with the team. Please get in touch with us by using the #youmebigc across all forms of social media. Deborah, Lauren and Steve x

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  • October 28th 2019 at 05:00

About Cancer on Coronation Street

By BBC Radio 5 live
The #youmebigc team look at the way cancer storylines are told in soaps and take a trip to television's most famous cobbles – Coronation Street. Debs, Lauren and Steve speak to the two actors involved in one of the biggest soap stories of the year – Katie McGlynn and Rob Mallard, who play Sinead and Daniel Osbourne. We speak to Corrie legend Sally Dynevor, who plays Sally Metcalfe, formerly Webster and Seddon and tells us how she was diagnosed with breast cancer in real-life, just days after her character was diagnosed in the soap. Plus, we're joined by Corrie story producer Lindsay Williams and Pete Wallroth from Mummy's Star, a charity dedicated to women and their families affected by cancer during pregnancy, who worked as an adviser on Sinead and Daniel's storyline.

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  • October 21st 2019 at 04:00

About The Second Opinion

By BBC Radio 5 live
Alex Jackson, who was diagnosed with sarcoma, a rare form of cancer, shares her experience and frustrations of looking for more treatment options. Richard Johnson, a oncoplastic breast surgeon, who Rachael went to see for a second opinion, gives us his views. And Dr Rebecca Leon is back to provide a GP's perspective on the subject. They all join Deborah James, Lauren Mahon and Steve Bland as they discuss the process and fears around asking for a second medical opinion. Please get in touch with us by using the #youmebigc across all forms of social media.

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  • October 14th 2019 at 05:00

About The Primary Care

By BBC Radio 5 live
Rebecca Leon, a cancer education lead, works with the Christie in Manchester and is a practicing GP in the North West of England. Dr Rebecca joins Deborah James, Lauren Mahon and Steve Bland to discuss primary care. Everyone’s cancer journey is different but we all start in same place... at the primary care stage. Please get in touch with us by using the #youmebigc across all forms of social media.

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  • October 7th 2019 at 05:00

About Dating and Relationships

By BBC Radio 5 live
Deborah, Lauren and Steve are back for a new series. They start by talking about dating with cancer and the impact it can have on relationships. They speak to listeners of #youmebigc to find out what their experiences of dating with cancer have been - good, bad and life-changing. This episode is dedicated to our special friends (and previous guests on the pod) Jack Morgan and Tierney Kinsella.

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  • September 30th 2019 at 05:00

About Remembering Rachael One Year On

By BBC Radio 5 live
To mark a year on from Rachael Bland’s death her husband Steve Bland introduces a collection of moments from the pod, some previously unheard clips and one of her final ever appearances on BBC 5 live with Deborah James and Lauren Mahon. Please get in touch with us by using the #youmebigc across all forms of social media.

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  • September 5th 2019 at 04:00

About The Rare Cancers

By BBC Radio 5 live
BBC newsreader Kate Williams and Jack Morgan join Deborah James, Lauren Mahon and Steve Bland to talk about the challenges they’ve both faced after being diagnosed with rare cancers. Plus Dr Paul Huang, a team leader in molecular and systems oncology from the Institute of Cancer Research, answers their questions and explains some of the difficulties when researching into uncommon cancers. You can get in touch by using #YouMeBigC across all forms of social media.

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  • July 4th 2019 at 17:22

About Your Questions – Part 2

By BBC Radio 5 live
Lauren, Deborah and Steve answer more of your questions on cancer (and anything else you wanted to ask them) in the second of this special two part podcast. Thank you to everyone who posted a question using #YouMeBigC across all forms of social media.

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  • June 27th 2019 at 09:45
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