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Stand Up To Cancer: The Podcast

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Stand Up To Cancer: The Podcast is a ten-part series hosted by Kirstie Allsopp and Dr Sam Godfrey, featuring industry leading scientists, pioneering doctors and cancer patients.

Latest Episodes

Is A World Where Everyone Beats Cancer Possible?

In the final episode of the series, our professors and doctors talk candidly about their hope for the future of cancer treatment. We also discuss how close we are to reaching the goal of three in four patients surviving cancer.

8 MIN2016 DEC 8
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Is A World Where Everyone Beats Cancer Possible?

What Is Stand Up To Cancer?

In this penultimate episode, Stand Up To Cancer Director Claire Rowney is in the studio to discuss the main aims of the campaign and to talk about why donations are so important. We also hear from a number of researchers as they discuss how Stand Up To Cancer funding has made a difference to their work.

14 MIN2016 DEC 2
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What Is Stand Up To Cancer?

Addressing The Unmet Need

Our resident host, Dr Sam Godfrey, tells us the story of his remarkable grandfather, who was coding computers at 80, but deteriorated at heart-breaking speed after being diagnosed with brain cancer. While Dr Colin Watts talks us through his incredible work around glow-in-the-dark brain surgery

16 MIN2016 NOV 24
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Addressing The Unmet Need

Bowel Cancer

In this episode, we hear from Tim Maughan, a professor who is carrying out the world’s most advanced bowel cancer trial. And Stuart, who has incurable colon cancer, tells us how he’s standing up to the disease. Contributors: Prof Tim Maughan, Stuart Riddell

13 MIN2016 NOV 16
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Bowel Cancer

Taboo Cancer

In this episode, we’re tackling the subject of taboo cancers. Dr Steve Nicholson talks us through his work on treating penis cancer and Professor David Sebag-Montefiore discusses his research into anal cancer. We also hear from a patient who has overcome penis cancer. Contributors: Dr Steve Nicholson, Prof David Sebag-Montefiore, penis cancer survivor

26 MIN2016 NOV 9
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Taboo Cancer

Pancreatic Cancer

Pancreatic cancer is incredibly tough to detect in its early stages and this means that it’s often diagnosed too late. In this episode, we talk to the relative of a pancreatic cancer patient whose diagnosis came too late to save them. We’re also joined by leading pancreatic scientist, Professor Gerard Evan who discusses his Cancer Research UK funded trial.

17 MIN2016 NOV 2
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Pancreatic Cancer

Kirstie Allsopp's Cancer Story

Kirstie Allsopp talks in depth about her family’s personal experience with cancer and explains her decision not to undergo the double mastectomy that her sister opted for. During a one-to-one with Dr Sam Godfrey, the pair discuss some of the more difficult questions surrounding the science of breast cancer.

20 MIN2016 OCT 27
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Kirstie Allsopp's Cancer Story

Jade & Alfie: Behind The Hollyoaks Storyline

In this episode, actors from the Hollyoaks Stand Up To Cancer storyline discuss how the plot impacted them and how it affected their understanding of cancer. We also hear from a patient who survived Hodgkin Lymphoma and Professor Graham Anderson discusses his research into stem cell transplants. Contributors: Kassius Nelson, Richard Linnell, Prof Graham Anderson

17 MIN2016 OCT 25
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Jade & Alfie: Behind The Hollyoaks Storyline

The History of Cancer

Cancer has existed for almost as long as human life itself. In the first episode of this series, Kirstie and Sam take a look at cases of cancer dating back nearly 2 million years. We also hear from a child cancer patient who was diagnosed at just 2 years old. Contributors: Natural History Museum/Patrick Randolph-Quinney (University of Central Lancashire), Prof Tim Maughan, a child cancer patient.

16 MIN2016 OCT 12
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The History of Cancer

Amazing Science

In this episode, we take a look at the amazing research and science that’s being funded by Stand Up To Cancer. We also explore how bubbles might be the answer to the future of chemotherapy treatment and a patient who has undergone chemotherapy shares her story with us. Contributors: Prof Eleanor Stride

17 MIN2016 OCT 12
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Amazing Science
the END

Latest Episodes

Is A World Where Everyone Beats Cancer Possible?

In the final episode of the series, our professors and doctors talk candidly about their hope for the future of cancer treatment. We also discuss how close we are to reaching the goal of three in four patients surviving cancer.

8 MIN2016 DEC 8
Comments
Is A World Where Everyone Beats Cancer Possible?

What Is Stand Up To Cancer?

In this penultimate episode, Stand Up To Cancer Director Claire Rowney is in the studio to discuss the main aims of the campaign and to talk about why donations are so important. We also hear from a number of researchers as they discuss how Stand Up To Cancer funding has made a difference to their work.

14 MIN2016 DEC 2
Comments
What Is Stand Up To Cancer?

Addressing The Unmet Need

Our resident host, Dr Sam Godfrey, tells us the story of his remarkable grandfather, who was coding computers at 80, but deteriorated at heart-breaking speed after being diagnosed with brain cancer. While Dr Colin Watts talks us through his incredible work around glow-in-the-dark brain surgery

16 MIN2016 NOV 24
Comments
Addressing The Unmet Need

Bowel Cancer

In this episode, we hear from Tim Maughan, a professor who is carrying out the world’s most advanced bowel cancer trial. And Stuart, who has incurable colon cancer, tells us how he’s standing up to the disease. Contributors: Prof Tim Maughan, Stuart Riddell

13 MIN2016 NOV 16
Comments
Bowel Cancer

Taboo Cancer

In this episode, we’re tackling the subject of taboo cancers. Dr Steve Nicholson talks us through his work on treating penis cancer and Professor David Sebag-Montefiore discusses his research into anal cancer. We also hear from a patient who has overcome penis cancer. Contributors: Dr Steve Nicholson, Prof David Sebag-Montefiore, penis cancer survivor

26 MIN2016 NOV 9
Comments
Taboo Cancer

Pancreatic Cancer

Pancreatic cancer is incredibly tough to detect in its early stages and this means that it’s often diagnosed too late. In this episode, we talk to the relative of a pancreatic cancer patient whose diagnosis came too late to save them. We’re also joined by leading pancreatic scientist, Professor Gerard Evan who discusses his Cancer Research UK funded trial.

17 MIN2016 NOV 2
Comments
Pancreatic Cancer

Kirstie Allsopp's Cancer Story

Kirstie Allsopp talks in depth about her family’s personal experience with cancer and explains her decision not to undergo the double mastectomy that her sister opted for. During a one-to-one with Dr Sam Godfrey, the pair discuss some of the more difficult questions surrounding the science of breast cancer.

20 MIN2016 OCT 27
Comments
Kirstie Allsopp's Cancer Story

Jade & Alfie: Behind The Hollyoaks Storyline

In this episode, actors from the Hollyoaks Stand Up To Cancer storyline discuss how the plot impacted them and how it affected their understanding of cancer. We also hear from a patient who survived Hodgkin Lymphoma and Professor Graham Anderson discusses his research into stem cell transplants. Contributors: Kassius Nelson, Richard Linnell, Prof Graham Anderson

17 MIN2016 OCT 25
Comments
Jade & Alfie: Behind The Hollyoaks Storyline

The History of Cancer

Cancer has existed for almost as long as human life itself. In the first episode of this series, Kirstie and Sam take a look at cases of cancer dating back nearly 2 million years. We also hear from a child cancer patient who was diagnosed at just 2 years old. Contributors: Natural History Museum/Patrick Randolph-Quinney (University of Central Lancashire), Prof Tim Maughan, a child cancer patient.

16 MIN2016 OCT 12
Comments
The History of Cancer

Amazing Science

In this episode, we take a look at the amazing research and science that’s being funded by Stand Up To Cancer. We also explore how bubbles might be the answer to the future of chemotherapy treatment and a patient who has undergone chemotherapy shares her story with us. Contributors: Prof Eleanor Stride

17 MIN2016 OCT 12
Comments
Amazing Science
the END
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