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Erica Richardson (43) and her mother Julia Davis (71) talk about Julia's memories of growing up, what she is most proud of then and now. They discuss their family history with various members having cancer and Erica's current cancer treatment.
Harriet Thompson (96) speaks with her friend and chaplain, Mollie Mana'o (44) about how they first met when Harriet had come into hospice, her recovery from cancer and their ongoing friendship.
Denise Leak (50) interviews her mother-in-law Neva Bone (69) about Neva's experience battling colon cancer over the past five years.
Lisa Horowitz (50) talks with her brother, David Horowitz (46), about what it was like getting diagnosed with lymphoma and how she felt like a "double agent" getting treated at NIH while also working there as a psychologist.
Wendell Scanterbury (51) interviews Phil Olson (64) about being both a patient and chaplain of Cancer Treatment Centers of America in Philadelphia.
Beverly Knudson (68) talks to her daughter, Tangi Richert (43), about her cancer diagnosis and treatment. The two talk about how Beverly's treatment improved when she came to Cancer Treatment Centers of America (CTCA). Beverly remembers being the first person...
Jordan Gutterman (73) talks with his son Adam Gutterman (35) about his career in medicine, the illnesses in his family that motivated him to seek treatments and cures in a clinical setting and how he continues to be energized by...
Bailey Schreier (23) talks with her mom Cindy Kern (58) about Bailey’s diagnosis of cancer at age 13.
Dr. Kathryn Reilly (68) interviews her husband, Stephen s. Hull, Jr (64), about his childhood in Massachusetts, his career as a university professor, raising livestock, and his recent cancer diagnosis.
Friends and colleagues Stephen Watson (41) and Daniel Horowitz Garcia (49) talk about Stephen's recent cancer diagnosis, course of curative treatment, and prognosis.
Susan Holick-Bade (53) talks with her friend Wendy Rowehl-Miano (56) about caregiving for her mother after she was diagnosed with ovarian cancer, and then transitioning from caregiver to patient when she herself was diagnosed with breast cancer.